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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Constantine republican. — 10 August 1836

' ' i i " . - From 'v Joseph HeraM. ' - , At a meeting of the citizens of New-IJuf-. fulo, Berrien county, Michigan, convened ' pursuant to public notice, at the. House of - " ltussel Goodrich, on Monday the" 11th of July, Dr. Ilcuben Tierce was called to tho - Chirehd Erastus T. Clark nppointcd sec. . rotary, tho following resolutions were unan. .r "unously adopted. X-" , ' T, V 'S'-Rutlitd, ''rUVwhxm the rapid irrowll. of ' tho village of New-B uffalo and tho aottlement of the surrounding country domand an extension of capital which will be equally beneficial to the , merchant, the fanner and mechanic ; we will rca. .. - pectfully petition the legislature of the State of Michigan at ts next BB88ion or tue establish ment of a Bank to be styled the Bank of New. Buffalo, with a capital of $200,000 ; to bo located in the village of New.Buffalo. , Besolved, That for affecting the purpose of the above resolution Air. F. W. Ames and Wm. ' Hammond be appointed to draw up a potition and th...

Publication Title: Constantine Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Constantine republican. — 10 August 1836

Jt A MERICAN HOTEL A. A AMIt UTA(!M IfOIISK. Hnmnrii constantine. in "1 IIBI Harvey Hunt, would rcimoct. 1 1 1 1 fu,,y "f"r,n 11,0 iuWic th.ut 8 nl'L fitting up the above establishment interior in style and convenience, to none in Michigan. The dimensions of bin Western Michigan house are sixtv-six foot " Water street, and for. ty-four on Washington street, comprising a Dining Room forty f't l,nff ad a Hall Room of the Mine length, which are being finished in the handsomest possible style ; together with a large number of Single rooms. The Dining and Hull rooms will bo ready for the celebration of the Fourth of July. Iliii tublo will bo always furnished with the boat Provision the market will afford. He fuels confident that oil who may favor him with a call will find themsolves perfectly at home, if good accommodations and strict attention will accomplish it. The Stage loavoa here every other day for White Pigeon and Kalamazoo. Constantino, June 29, 1836. ltf TfTI OOKS, just receive...

Publication Title: Constantine Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Constantine republican. — 17 August 1836

CONSTANTINE, ST. JOSEPH CO. MICHIGAN, AUGUST 17, 183G. VOLUME I. NUMBER 7. -' CONSTANTINE REPUBLICAN, PUBLISHED BT DIVNGEU & COWDERY, Every Wednesday Morning, nt the stand formerly oc cupied by Ma). I. J. Lllnian, comer of Canarls and Water atreeta. C1ATTlirn. II. AIXBOTT. SADDLE AND HARNESS MAKER, Conatatine, will aoon lay in a supply of leather and other ma. toriule, in addition to hi presont stock, when he will be prepared to accommodate nis oia inunus and customers in good stylo. Constantino, Juno ssa, ido. " Tbkm Two dollars per annum in advance, two dol- lars ana any cents wumntne year, or three dollars at tneeipirmuon 01 incycur. t Advertising at the usual rates, CARRIAGE MAKING. a-Vh -TifcVJJ I I tii-i "wlri " " I I lias CJTEAiTI BOAT CONSTANTINE. JS Two Shares of Stock in the above Boat can bohadbyapplicntion to fTQv. . nn No. 7, Water st. Constantino. June 29, 1836. llf "SU J TOIIAGE, FOIL liial ?S WARDING & COM. MISSION BUSINESS. Willis T. House Co. bg i r.. i ui ...

Publication Title: Constantine Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Constantine republican. — 17 August 1836

such day succeeding their election, as ia or shall be designated by the law of the Uni ted States, and then and there proceed as in said law directed. 14. If any officer or messenger on whom any duty is enjoined iu this act, shall be guilty of any wilful neglect of such duty, or any corrupt conduct in the execution of the same, and be convicted thereof, ho shall be deemed guilty of a misdemeanor, pun ishable by fine not exceeding five hundred dollars, and imprisonment not exceeding three years. J 15. The messengers employed or ap pointed under this act, shall receive for their compensation twenty-five cents per mile for travelling to the seat of govern ment, to be Audited by the Auditor Gen eral upon the certificate of the Goverr and Secretary of State, and paid by t... Treasurer out of any moneys in tho treasu ry not otherwise appropriated. 10. Tho electors attending and voting as above provided in this act, shall receive twenty cents per mile for travelling to and from tho office ...

Publication Title: Constantine Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Constantine republican. — 17 August 1836

- . ID" A very candid writer in the Tecumseh Democrat, on the admission' question, remarks, " To take up arms against the United States, end forcibly occcpy the country, ms r sound well in history, and suit the gallantry of warriors, whose love of danger is only surpassed by thoir loveto stay at home and guard the women and children, when peril is truly apprehended. Our Bobadils may bluster and talk ; the genuine he roes of Michigan will take a different course to regain her rights. It is one of peace, not of war ; it is one of law, not treasonable it is one that will more surely, produce the restoration of juris, diction, if the immutable laws of the land entitle us to it ; and that is, by complying with the re quisitions of congress, and placing ourselves in that sovereign relation to sister states that will entitle us to enter the supreme court, and demand our rights under the solemn compact of 1787." BT We ask pardon of our fair readers our numerous patrons must have sisters, da...

Publication Title: Constantine Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Constantine republican. — 17 August 1836

CI APS AND STOCKS. Men's Silk J Velvet, Indi i Rubber and Cloth CAPS; JJoy's Cloth and Hair do., just received. Also, an assortcmnt of Silk Velvet and Bom. bazine STOCKS, havo been received, and are of. fared at a moll advance for Cash. A. E. MASSEY &, CO., No. 10, Wuter.st. Constantino, June 29, 1836. ltf JrST RECEIVED and for tale by the subscriber!, 40 Bbls. Old Whiskey, 4 Casks of Rum, 4 Pipes Brandy, 3 Pipes Holland Gin, 4 Casks Port Wine, 4 do. Madeira Wine, 4 do. Sweet do. 16 Boxes Old Sherry in Bottles, 16 do. Old Port do. 16 do. Old Madeira do. 6 do. Stoughton Bitters, 8 do. - Champaigne. W. T. HOUSE & CO. No. 7, Water stroet. Constantino, June 29, 1836. ltf CONSTANTINE fc KALAMAZOO DAILY LINE OF STAGES. HUNT & AUSTIN, would raspoctfully inform tho traveling public, that they are making arrangements and will be riady to com. mmce running thoir LINE OF STAGES DAILY, on or about the 10th of July, instuid of three times a week. They will loave Con. etantins in the ...

Publication Title: Constantine Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Constantine republican. — 24 August 1836

v - - K) WTO V a . 4fo - if. WW Est a VOLUME I. CONSTANTINE, ST. JOSEPH CO. MICHIGAN, AUGUST 24, 183G. NUMBER 8. ' 7 ''If 7 ' 7 f 7 l n "T 7 'ns"5" CONSTANTINE REPUBLICAN, rt'BLMUCD BY IWUNCEIl & cotvdisry, Every Wednesday Morning, at the it and formerly oe eiipied by Ma). I. J. Ulluiaii, corner of Cunaris and Water streets. TttltM Two dollar! er annum In advance, two dol lar and fifty cents within the year, or three dollura at he expiration of the year. Advertising at the usual rates. CARRIAGE MAKING. WIT!. REID & CO. would respectful, ly inform the citizons of Constantino and St. Joseph county, that they still carry on the CARRIAGE and WAGON Making business at their old stand, where they will be happy to at tend to all calls in their line. They have the best of workmen in their employ, and fool as sured that they can and do turn out as good work as any other establishment of tho kind in the western country. STAGE COACHES ropaired on short notice. ' or Repairing dono cheap ...

Publication Title: Constantine Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Constantine republican. — 24 August 1836

" - From the Albtnjr Arf ui. 1 TEXAS. Tho steamboat Novelty came ur last evening in good season, bringing New. York papers of yesterday. They contain later and important intelligence respecting the condition of Mexico, and the prepara. tions making to re-commence the .war a gainst Texas, which it will bo seen is to be waged ou the part of Mexico, in concert with the Indians, with whom a treaty had already been concluded by Gen. Urrea. k - From the New York Journal of Commerce. Letters received as New Orleans from a respectable source dated at Metamoras, Ju. ly 1st, say, that the 'Mexican government have made or are making a treaty with the Cherokee Indians, to engage eight thou, sand to join them in their operations a gainst Texas, and that six of their chiefs are -in closo negotiation with Gen. Urrea, and that letters to that effect havo been forwar ded to Washington, and copies sent to Gen. Gaines. Cxtroct of a letter, dated Metamftrnt, July 1 Dear Sir Through the medium of your p...

Publication Title: Constantine Republican
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Constantine republican. — 24 August 1836

V-f TV; '. ' : FromthsN.Y. Cour. andEnq. Tht Attica and Buffalo Rail Road. This road will form the lost western link in the chain of rail roads from Albany to Buffalo, the firat or eaa. tern link of which toUtica, ia in active operation. The other portions are all chartered. Attica ia near the centre of the eountyof Goncsee, 30 milos directly eaat of Buffalo. The whole elevation from the Tonawanda to the Buffalo summit ia on. Ijr 80 foot; the greatest ascent per mile is 35 feot for two miles only ; the rest is from 30 feet per mile to a levol. The charter is very liberal : poods and freight are to be carried at all seasons without restrictions as to canal duties. . The cost will bo cheap, not over from $C000 to $7000 per mile, including every thing for a singlo traok and neces sary turnouts, which with the rich country and great thoroughfare of the commerce of tlie west in the tract of which it lias, togother with the facts that there are no charters of turnpikes to bo bought out, a...

Publication Title: Constantine Republican
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Constantine republican. — 24 August 1836

CiAVS AND STOCKS. Men'. Silk ' Velvet, India Rubber and Cloth CAPS; Boi's Cloth and Hair do., just received. Also, an assortcmiit of Silk Velvet and Doni. buzine STOCKS, have boon received, and are of. fl-rod at a small advance fur Cash. - A. E. MASSEY Ac CO., No. 10, Wutur-st. Constantine, Juno 29, 1S3G. ltf ut received and for sulo by the subscribers, 40 IMs. Old Whiskey, 4 Casks of Hum, 4 Pipes Brantlj-, v 3 Pipes Holland Gin, 4 Casks Tort Wine, 4 do. Madeira Wino, 4 do. Sweet do. 10 Boxes Old Sherry in Bottles, 10 do. Old Port do. 10 do. Old Madeira do. 0 do. Stoughton Bitters, 8 do. Champaigno. w. t. house & co. ; No. 7, Water street. " Constantino, Juno 29, 183G. ltf CONSTANT INK &. KALAMAZOO DAILY LINE OF STAGES. HUNT fe AUSTIN, would respectfully inform tlio traveling pul)lio, that they ore making Brrangomsnta and will ba rjady to com mcnoo running thoir LINE OF STAGES DAIXY, on or about the 10th of July, instead of throe time a wock. Thoy will loava Con. utantino in...

Publication Title: Constantine Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Constantine republican. — 31 August 1836

:::::: : -. Jg901t -: ; VOLUME I. CONSTANTINE m PUBLICAN, . j . PHBLISUED BY - MlAGEtt Ac COWDEIIY, livery Wednesday Morning, at the it and formerly oe rupiod by MuJ. I. J. Uliiian, corner of Cnuarls and " 'Water streets. ' . ' Term Tw o dollori rr annum in advance, two dol lar! and fifty cents within the year, or three dolluri at the expiration of the year. , Advertising at the usual rates. CARIIIAGG MAKINC. WOT. UriD & CO. would rospcctful. I7 inform the citizens of Constantino and St. Josoph county, that they still carry on tho CARRIAGE und WAGON Making busings at their old stand, whero they will be happy to ut tend to all calls in their line. They havo tho best of workmen in th.ir employ, and f el ns. s 11 red that they can and do turn out ns good work ns any othor establishment of tho kind in tho western country. STAGE COACHES repaired on short notico. ICT Repairing dono chonn fr cash and on short notico. Their shop is No. 52, Mechanics' Jtow, Sooond stroot Constantino. Jun...

Publication Title: Constantine Republican
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Constantine republican. — 31 August 1836

ly put down in ' Catalonia hy Mina ; but there was some rioting at Figueiras, on the 14th ; in the course of which, the Governor Tena, who was suspected of treachery, was Chuidered by the populace. Having killed their victim, the rioters did not offer much resistance to the garrison, and order was restored. ' . Turkey. The Sultan has dismissed his Reis EfTendi, whose treatment of Mr. Chur. chill was made the subject of energetic and, it appears, effectual remonstrance by Lord Ponsonby. Foreigners, generally, residing at Constantinople, will be benefitted by tho rigorous proceedings of the British Embas sador. Liverpool, July 18th. Tho only political news stirring is the ap prehended design of the tories to take a final division when the Irish Church Bill comes back from the House of Lords on the 2d August. It is known that they have issued their circulars with this view. Their object is to make an impression on the King by exhibiting to him a diminished majority on the ministerial s...

Publication Title: Constantine Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Constantine republican. — 31 August 1836

- ' FROM TEXAS. - -Grand Golf, (Miss.) July 21. We lern, generally, that the Mexican, to the bomber of 12 or 15 thousand, are onthoir way to Texas, by land and water. It ia stated, on good authority, that the Mexican aoldiory are sworn to exterminate all Americans, or never return. The Utter we think it most probablo that they will do. Hut this oath speaks very little regard for Santa Anna and his officers in the power of the Toxuns. Wo perceive that Gov. Fulton, of Arktnsos, has called out a thousand militii, for an object of which wo are not yet informed, but, perhaps, contingent. 1 connected with Texan troubles. Wo are informed by a gentleman who left Natchitoches last Saturd it July ICth, that the tide of emigration towards Texas is immense; tho whole country is swarming with men. - Genenl Houston has not yet joined the army ; and M y'or General Lamar remains commander-in-chief. The tug of war is rot to come, and we anxiously await the result. Nat Intel. Marriaoe Extraordinary. ...

Publication Title: Constantine Republican
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Constantine republican. — 31 August 1836

If APS AIM STOCKS. Men's Silk Velvet, Indh Rubber and Cloth CAPS; Boy's Cloth and Hair do., just received. Also, an assortumnt of Silk Velvot and Bom. buzino STOCKS, havo been received, and oro of. foroJ at u Biiiull advance fur Cash. A. E. MASSEY & CO., No. 10, Wator-st Constantino, Juno 29, 1836. ltf TfUST RECEIVED ana JJ for sata by the subscribers, 40 Bbls. Old Whiskey, 4 Casks of Rum, 4 Pipes Brandy, . 3 Pipes Holland Gin, 4 Casks Port Wine, 4 do. Madeira Wine, ' 4 do. Sweet do. ,. 1G Boxes Old Sherry in Bottles, , 10 do. Old Port do. 10 do. Old Madeira do; 0 do. Stoughton Bitters, 8 do. Champaignc. VV. T. HOUSE & CO. No. 7, Water stroet. Constan'in. June 23, 1833. ltf CONSTANT! IV E & 'KALAITIAZOO DAILY LINE OF STAGES. MUtfT A AUSTIN, would respectfully inform tho traveling public, that they ara making arrangements and will bo roadytocom. menco running their LINE OF STAGES DAILY, on or about the 10th of July, inetoad of threo times a week. They will loavo Con. stan...

Publication Title: Constantine Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Constantine republican. — 7 September 1836

? f " " t I , t i VOLUME I. CONSTANTINE REPUBLICAN, MtTtGER d: COWDEItY, Every Wednesday Morning, at the stand former! or cuplei by MtJ. I. J. I'llmun, comer of Cunwit and tvaier s:reeis. TfftMf Two dollar! oer annum In idvnnr. two dol ters and fifty cents within the year, or three dollars at uiccipirtuign oi me year. , Advertising at the usual rates. CACEIAGE MAKING. WOT. REID & CO. would raepectful. ly infjrm tho citizens of Const ntim tnd St. Josoph county, th t th y still c rry on tho CARRIAGE and WAGON M kingbusin ssat their old stand, whrrj thoy will be h ppy to at tend to all c ills in thoir lino. Th? Iiava tho best of workmen in th ir employ, and fiel or. urcd that th y can ind do turn out as good work aa any other establishment of the kind in tho west rn country. STAGE COACHES rpiir -4 on short notice - (7 R pairing dona chiap for cash and on hort notic. Their shop is No. 2, Mechanics Row, Second strsjt Constantino. Juno 29. 1836. ltf BtACKS'IITIII . A. & W. Pen. la...

Publication Title: Constantine Republican
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Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Constantine republican. — 7 September 1836

REPUBLICAN. CONSTAItfTINE : WEDNESDAY MOUNINO, SEPTEMBER 7, 153C. roa rititaiMENT, ItlARTIX VAN IIL'llKIV, of Now.York. POI VICI raiMlDENT, RICHARD III JOHNSON, of Kentucky. TO THE TOLLS !! TO THE POLLS !!! OTNcxt Monday is tho election for Delegates to Ann Arbor, who aro to do cido whether we aro to bo a Stato of the Union or a state of betwecnity: Jialf slate and half territory; whether we aro to have laws to govern us or not whether wo will rceeive into tho Stato Treasury some five or six hundred thousand dollars or reject it and allow ourselves to bo taxed to death to sppport the government. , OCT We say come forward and cast your vote for Doct. Watson Sumneh and Co lcmbia Lancaster for delegates to Ann Arbor, and bo careful tliat tho word "Yes" be recorded on tho back side of the vote, be ing an instruction to them to advocate the admission. OTSit down and read through this paper if you do nothing clso for tho day. ' OHo who says NO on his ticket in voting for Delegates to Ann ...

Publication Title: Constantine Republican
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Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Constantine republican. — 7 September 1836

. Constantino is a new village, just rising on the St. Joseph. Everything which we can see or near relating to it, seems to indicate a rapid, a uermanet prosperity. It haa an able, spirited. and well patronizoJ newspaper i the fucua of some Hall uozeu most unpormni improvtmioiiic in Michigan ia well Blocked with individual enter. Arise haa a young steamboat in embryo, and haa just obtained a charter for a bank. With all its natural and artificial advantages, we cannot see liow it may fail to become an important flourishing interior town. When we get our contemplated rail road in operation or rather, when we get so that we can operate on it we will call in, some afternoon, and take tea with brother Cowdory it would secin like old times.? Manhattan Ad. vertiser. Thank you, thank you, sir Mr. Cowdory lias just stepped out and will bo gone throe or four weeks ; if your rail road should happed to poke along here beforothat timo we will be "on hand, like Day & Martin's blacking," and ...

Publication Title: Constantine Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Constantine republican. — 7 September 1836

Jf iAVn AND STOCKS. Mn'a Sill H- Velvet, Indii Rubber and -Cloth CAPS Boy' Cloth and II ir do., junt r ecoivad. Also, nn rseortrmnt of Silk Vclvot and Bom. bnzir.e STOCKS, have boon received, ondkre oi. fLred at a small advanc for C ah. A. E. MASSEY &. CO., No. 10, Wutor-st Constantino, Juno 29, 183C. ltf JUST RECEIVED am for Hal j !v tho subscribers. lTXJii 40 Bbls. Old Whiskey, 4 Casks of Rum, 4 Pipes Brandy, 3 Pipes Holland Gin, 4 Casks Port Wine, 4 do. Madeira Wine, 4 do. Sweet do. 10 Boxes Old Sherry in Bottles, 10 do. Old Port do. 10 do. 0 do. 8 do. Old Madeira do. Stoi'gh'o'n Bitters, Champaigne. W. T. HOUSE & CO. No. 7, Water street. ConBt-n'un, Jinn 23, 1836. ltf CONSTANTINE &. KALAMAZOO DAILY LINE OF STAGES. "UNT & AUSTIN, would rp-xjtfullj inform t m tr voling p'lMie, th-t they ar in king orringem'ents and will be rmdytocom. m nce running their LINE OF STAGES DAILY, on or uboutthe 10th of July, imtud of threa times a wook. They will loavo Con. Btentino in ...

Publication Title: Constantine Republican
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Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Constantine republican. — 14 September 1836

- , J vj'l 1' I j. j ' . Ill III r iri it t VOLUME I. CONSTANTINE REPUBLICAN, rUBLUUCD BY " MUJVGEIl & COAVDEIIY, livery Wednesday Morning, at the stand formerly oc cupied by MaJ. I. J. Ullinuii, corner of Canaris and Water street. TeaMs Two dollars per annum In advance, two dol lars and fifty cents wltJiin the year, or three dollurs at the expiration of the year. Advert! sing at the usual rates. CARRIAGE ITIAKIIYG. WE ItEII A. CO. would respectful. lv inform the citizona of ConBtmtino and St. JoHeph county, that they still curry on the CARRIAGE and WAGON Making buntnjsB at their old stand, whero they will be nappy to at tend to all calls in their lino. They have the best of workmen in their employ, and fool as sured that they can and do turn out as good work as any other establishment of tho kind in the western country. STAGE COACHES repaired on short notice. O" Repairing done cheap for cash and on fthort notice. Their shop is No. 2, Mechanics' Row, Second street Constantino. J...

Publication Title: Constantine Republican
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Constantine republican. — 14 September 1836

Eccentric Hospitality. During tho late American war, a soldier who had been wounded and honorably discharged, (but perhaps not paid) being destitute, and be nightcd, knocked at the door of an Irish farmer, when tho. following dialogue en sued: ' . - Patrick. And who are you, now ? . ' Soldier. My name is John Wilson. v Pat. And where are you , going from, jonn vvnsonj . . Sold, i From the American army at Erie, sir. . .. PaU And what do you want here? Sold. I want shelter to-night, will you permit me to . spread my blanket on your floor, and sleep to-night. Pat. D 1 take me if I do Jolin Wilson that's flat., ' . Sold. On the kitchen floor, sir. Pat. flat. Sold. Pat. flat. - Not I, by the hill o Howih that's In your stable, then. I will not do that either that's Sold. I am dying with hung-ir- give me but a bone and crust : l ask no more. Pat. I will not that's flat. Sold. Give me some water to quench my thirst, 1 beg of you. Pat. Beg and be hanged, I'll do no such tinng that s flat. ...

Publication Title: Constantine Republican
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