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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Lewisburg chronicle. — 8 May 1850

LEWISBU EG C c LE B. G; HICTOK, Editor, a N. WORDEN, Printer. LEWISBURG, UNION CO., PA., MAY 8, 1850. Volume YIL, Number 6. WMe Number 318. The LewlnbarK Chronicle issued very Wednssdy morning at LewUburg, Union jtfnty, Pennsylvania. Ttaa $1.50 per ymir, fur ct-h actually in advance; $1,75, paid within three month; $2 if paid within the year ; $2,.r0 if not paid before the year eipirea ; aingle number, 5 ceuls. Sub scriptions for aix month or lea to be paid in advance. Discontinuance optional with the Publisher except when the vear is paid op. Advertisement handsomely inserted at 50 ct per square one week, $ 1 for a month, and $5 fur a year ; a reduced price for longer advertisement. Two squares, $7 ; Mercantile advertisement not exceeding one-fourth of a column, quarterly, $10. Casual advertisement and Job work to be paid for when banded in or delivered. All communication by mail .mm come post paid, accompanied bv the address of the writer, to receive attention. Those relating excl...

Publication Title: Lewisburg Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Lewisburg chronicle. — 8 May 1850

LEWISBUttO CHRONICLE AND WEST BRANCH FARMER WEST BRANCH Pacta U be Remembered In Pruning. There are important differences in the mode of growth and bearing of the various cultivated fruit tree?, suhjectcd to pruning ab2 training, that every cultivator should it lidy carefully. Every species is governed by laws no less regular and observnhle in this respect, than in their periods of blos soming and maturation, and these laws should be takeu into f 'ret account a prun ing and every process intendt 1 to modify the growth and productiveness of bearing trees. Most culuvatnrs are too apt to over look thpse ininorinnt points, and hence the principles of pruning aie Ladly understood. Inmcdia'e cActs alone are lop frequently looked to. it' the head of a tree La too dense', or certain branches too long, a cer tain number or a cer'nin length is cut way, without considering tho results that must loliow ; and it is this skillful and un discriminaling pruning, as wel! ns a tots! neglect of it, th...

Publication Title: Lewisburg Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Lewisburg chronicle. — 8 May 1850

1 -'- rIE subscriber offers for stile nt the Lewisburg Post-Office, no assortment t the most useful ; Paper, School Books, Stationery cf all kinds also the best Cigirs.Tobacco, Jtc. &?. The stock is all new, and tho' email the public putronage, if favored to it, ;r:i soon nod easily make it larger. The Trial of Prof. Webster only half a 'dozen copies left. JOHN Y. KENNEDY. Lewisburp, Miy 7, 1830 Orphans' Court Sale BY virtue of nn order of the Orphans' Court of L coming Couiily. thn un deraijctied. Administrators of the estate of Dr. Wm. U. Lrwwia, late of the Horouli of Lewisburr. I'nion county, deceased.will J . offer (or sale, at public outcry, on Tuesday the 4th day of June next, Mi.;r.r nil knt ivtrla:n Vk WW lttinfi- Ifl the township of Washington, county of Lvcomin, about 2 miles north-west "from I'iii..iiinin nml ahoiit 2i miles Irntn the River, a'ijoinini landi of Matihew Brown, B. r . I'nulma, John Ii'nner, nn.-I others containing 94 acres and 73 peri-hes neat measure,...

Publication Title: Lewisburg Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Lewisburg chronicle. — 8 May 1850

I, i:VISIJUIlQ CHRONICLE AND WEST BRANCH FARMER An Anatomical Rencontre. A year sgo.-when Ezekiel Verdant came dowft to Boston with all his earthly posses tu, (m. homespun suit of goto-meeiiog clothes, a tin razor, a fine tooth comh, two dozen socks, and a box blacking, in a cow h'tit trth!?,) Ke was one of the most verdant specimens of simplicity you ever encount ered. His golden hair sllgSly shaded his ruddy CuCeks", his garments savored of a n-mote, and almost medieval age. lie put tfp Mt a fourth rale house, and then snllicd fu'rth to look about him. His only acquain tance w a far away cousin, a s'.udent at surgery and medicine, Mark Mi?rrieweath er, by name ; on him Verdant rrpKed for information and air!, c'aaie to Huston to pursue the same career. Now Mark had paid Verdant a visit in the mountains some years previous, and a young- jrhibntpr "iotd" the city buck extensively that is, he had put him on the bark of a wild fiily, had upset him on a boat, broke his heed at citfjjel...

Publication Title: Lewisburg Chronicle
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Lewisburg chronicle. — 15 May 1850

LEWI S B U 1 G ' ' : C H I Q N IC L H. C. HICKOK, Editor. 0. N. WORSEN, Printer. j The iMittlsbiirR Chronlrlc is iwurd ery WeilnesJay morning at I.ewisburg, Union countv, Pennsylvania. Tebvs. $1.50 per year, for ea-h actually In advance; $1,75, paid witbin tlire months; $2 if paid within the year; $ 2,50 if not paid before the year eipires ; single number. 5 cents. Sub scriptions for six months or less to he paid in Jnnr. Ilismntinnanres optional wiih the Piit.!ihr rrrrot when the year is p.iid up. Advertisements handsomely inserted at 50 cts per square ene week, f 1 for a month, and $5 f.-r a year ; a redured price for longer advertisements. Two sooares, 1 7 ; Mercantile advertisements not exceeding one-fourth of a column, quarterly, f 10, Casual advertisements and Joh work to be paid lor when handed in or delivered. All communications hv mail inut come post- piid, accompanied bv the address of the writer, to receive attention. J nose reialing exclusively iu the Editorial Departmen...

Publication Title: Lewisburg Chronicle
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Lewisburg chronicle. — 15 May 1850

WEST BRANCH From the American Agriculturist. Qualities of Lime No. 2. Lime is slightly soluble in water, a property which is so essential to enable it to undergo in itself and ' effect in other matter, those chemical and mechanical changes before alluded to. The solvent power of water upon lime is in the inverse ratio or its temperature. At 32, water dissolves 1-656 of its weight of litre ; at 60. 1 776 ; and at 212." 1 1270 ; and as the ordinary temperature of water in oils silJom exceeds 60," and frequently is near 32. it follows that in this condi ion, it acts with nearly iu maximum influ ence on lime. Another property of lime, have no doubt is true, though in the yet imperfect state of agricultural science, we ere net absolutely certain of it ; and if trup.it is cf incalculable advantage in promoting the growth of vegetation and, that too from the gratuitous supplies derived from j (he atmosphere. When lime is mixed with damp manure and rich vegetable loam, in the shade, it cond...

Publication Title: Lewisburg Chronicle
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Lewisburg chronicle. — 15 May 1850

Foreign News. Sailing of the Arctic Expedition. The resolute. Capl. Austin, and the Assistance, Acting Master Alien, sailed ffom Wool wich, England, 2Sth April ; nnd ihe Pion eer and Intrepid steam vessels, were to fol low on the 37th. They were to rendezvous it Greenhithe, whence they would all depart on the 30tb, far the Northern re gifts. Devh cf the Poet Laureate. On Tues day the S3 J, tbout the hour of noon, Mr. Wordsworth died at his house, Ilydal Mount, near Ambleside, Eng'and. Ho had lately completed his 80.h year. Rome, 16 A corps of (laus D'armio Mobile was in course of organization at Rome, for the service of the Pope. It would be composed ol volunteers of the Trench Army, with the consent of the Uepublfc", and cousist .of '2003 infantry ind 1000 cavalry. Private letters iive a startling account of the total destruction ol the beautiful r.i thedral of Strao;osa in Spain hy light ning, on the iii of April. C&rricti-i this I Jay. Wheat 95a 1 00 ftyo a Aim 40 Oils 30 Fla...

Publication Title: Lewisburg Chronicle
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Lewisburg chronicle. — 15 May 1850

laEWISBURG CIIKOXICL.H AND WEST BRANCH PARMKK lUit aib l)umor Dr. Coddle' Unrivaled "Sass." We met our o'i friend Cnpt. Cuddle, M. D., proprietor of the "Medicaied Appli Sass," oft ihe aireet to-dey, with a big atch chain and seal hangiu'down in front of hia lilt's roiund belly, and his checks ahi?ng like a new curried horse. The Sass li rapidly rilling hitf pocket wiih rock, besides doing good to his it-iler men, e peciatly thot with febrile nftl-ciions. He poke with much feeling of those who tra esttcd bi depRrtmfnt of medicine, palm ing Upon a gulled and tnken'in commu nity a fictitious article. These will be project) ltd 13 the ii'most limits and jump Nig-ofT place of the law, and three such caes are now hr cSarrcery. We notice that tiie imitators are in tde market in full bias!. The other day we read ot " Compound Medicated SquafJam." Gentlemen, don't carry the medicated business too far. One such valuable remedy as the 3aas may da well enough, hut too muoh druguiu is' injurus ...

Publication Title: Lewisburg Chronicle
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Lewisburg chronicle. — 22 May 1850

LBWISBURG H. C. IIICKOK. Editor. 0. N. WORDEN, Printer. Tli Lewlaburs; C'bronk-le H - 1 ' . I..i--.la rrt.irt.in al I .wiihtiriT 1 'f linn I county, Pennsylvania, Tim. $1.50 nor vear. for ca-h actually in i.7.v ,i:i t.i il.ree m..th,:'8 ..- k. . f,n If ni U,t "k ' -.' il ; vs..!, the voir pi i-itcs : sinine numncrs. .t routs. ui - -,.;........ I.., .i n...t!. r lea i be iu.i.1 .n ., . :,,l ,;.h the! f..tv.. ....... .I.e the year i iiJ up. ....... : h....un,;.v in.erre! r.t ."0 ri?1 n,r.:;,e Wk. 5I m..n.l,. n.l 5 f..r i v-ar reduroil l-rtro f.r!wcr.-'a,!v(Ttis.-P,. i:. yr,.reuir i k ree,lintf nne.fm.rth f c.i.in.n. unrfrlv. ? III. i:,.t .JvenisemenU ii-U..I. work to t.e r.aij for hen ban-led in or .l. l.v..,e.l. -: 1 ..-..! ... 1 m I a ti I lV !) ni1iiral4 III ITIP JkTllVT- Il recri'e aitenlion. I nw r. I.itir e exriiisivoiy the IMitrui.il "rri'tmnt to be directed to II. C ilifK-iK. F.-i . Eiilt'ir and nil on business to be J lr -"ivl to (lie V'iiilisher. ' "rtv AT irL-e' S- ---t-.fe...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Lewisburg chronicle. — 22 May 1850

IJBWISBUltG- CIIUON1CL.K AND WEST BRANCH FARMER WEST BRANCH PUBLIC SALE i" valuable Ileal Estate. TT7ILL be sold at Public Sal, on W VVeusesuay the 12ih day of Jl.vk next, the following valuable Real Instate, fate o estate of John Kaifman.wIio d.ed intestine, to wit : A certain Tract of Land, si'iiate in Buffalo township, Union county, containing about 112 .acres, adjoining lands of John Byler, Jas M'Gec, Datil Bungler and o hers, nearly ail cleared and in a good stale of cultivation, about 10 ere of which are excellent Meadow. On said Farm is a large O. chard ol choice Fruity a lame Hunk Barn. tSSS two Dwelling Houses, a m Cider Press, and other fiiif f nutbuildincs. There is a iuvir Mailing Spring of Water and Well near the buildings. Also, a Tract of gotd Timber Iind, consisting of Oak, I'iue, 8StaL t'hestiut, &lc, situate in W1 fss& Buffalo township, Union county, Tj about two miles from the above es- descrihed Farm, adjoining lands of Jeremi- ah Anderson, Susanna M'Gce,...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Lewisburg chronicle. — 22 May 1850

IWlBURGilROXlCfiiK 1ND WEST BttANCH - EngiaM are now constructed Tor sale in l4Ddoo,cited Phillip's aooiliilators. They axe drawn on wheels very easily by two f meo.. The largest machine costs 35. They emit humid, eipansive vapor, which instantly eitinguii-hes fire. Foreign News. Halifax. N. S.. May 15. The steamship Hibernia, Capt. Lung, arrived at this port about noon to-day. She brings Liverpool dales to Mjy 4. . Cotton has advanced 1 -8d to l-4d per pound. Fair Orleans is quoted at 7. Flour has advanced one shilling and i firm. Indian Corn is in good demand, a bout sixpence advance. In provisions a .. i.,..npss is doina- Beef has . iUII o.cin dvanced 1 a 2. per tierce. In rork ihore is no change, but new Western is less firm. Hams are in good demand, at previous rates. Bacon is steady, with sales sixty tons. Lard is about three pence lower. Business in the manufacturing districts continues quite as favorable as for some weeks previous. Freights are dull and a trifle lower Passen...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Lewisburg chronicle. — 22 May 1850

I.UWISBIXRG CHRONICLE AND WEST BRANCH FARMER n foil anft fftttnor. Indian Namts. Pronounce the laiiian name for Belfast, which is Paaa-geaaawakeag if you auo ceed, try the original for Webster, Mass., which is Chargoggagoggmanchoggagijig, and "oothin shoTter." Cotioo Mather suggested that come Indian name had been growing ever since the Creation ! The Astoria (Oregou) Pioneer says "th littie stream whicft skirts our town on the east, is Occunneocegeecocoacheeacheecad uujio. This name eigni6es laainess. We suspect the laxy men Hi that tribe must have had some tfbubfe to tell what was the matter with him. Greeley. The Hena Fable. A famous heo'e ray story's theme. Who na'sr ws known is lira Of laving eggs, but then h'd scream' 80 loud o'er every egg, 'twould seem Tbs bona mu4 ba oa fire. A turkey cork, who ruled ibe walk, (A wiser birj, and oUst .) Coold besr t no more, so off did stalk Right to lbs ben. ami told her Madam, that scrasm. I apprehend, Does nothing to the matter : It sore...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Lewisburg chronicle. — 29 May 1850

a 0. fflCKPK, Editor, a N. WORDEW, Printer. Tli Lewlsbarg Chronicle U issued every Wednesday morning at LewUburg, Union county, Pennsylvania. Ttanv. $1.50 per year, for ca-h actually in advance: $1.75, paid within three months; $3 if paid within the year ; $2,50 if not paid before the cmi amircs sinete numbers.5 rents. Sub scriptions lor aix month or leg to bo paid advance. Discontinuance optional with the Publisher except when the year is paid up. Advertisements handsomely inserted at 60 els per square one week. $1 fj' month, and &5 for a year ; a reduced price far longer advertisements. Two squares, S7'; Mercantile advertisements not exceeding one-foarth of a column, quarterly, $10. Casual advertisements and Job work to be paid for when handed in or delivered. All communications by mail .nu-t come post paid, accompanied !v the address of the writer, to receive attention. Those relating; exclusively to the Editorial Department to be directed to H. C. HirKOK. Esq., Editor and al...

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Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Lewisburg chronicle. — 29 May 1850

West branch IB PUBLIC SALE mt valuable Real Estate. WILL bo ' sold at Public Sal', on Wednesday the 12th day of Junk next, the following valuable Kt-al Estate, fate the estate of Jrnis KVFJiAN,nho d.ed intestate, to wit : A certain Tract of Land, eituate in Buffalo township. Union county, containing about 112 acres, Hjoining lands of John Byler, Jas M'Gec, Danl Rangier and others, nearly all cleared 4nd in a good state of cultivation, about 10 j acres of which are excellent Meadow. Un mid Farm is a Urge Orchard of choice Fruit, a large Bank Barn, l two Dwelling Houses, a fpl l Cider Press, and other jjijil outbuildings. There is a never failing Spring of Water and Well near its building!. Also, a Tract of goi Timber Land, conststmg of O-tk, fine, Chesnuf, Ac, situate hi West Buffalo township. Union county, about two miles from the ubove described Farm, ad joiiiirijj buds of Jcremi . 7 ' Ifuih fend nfriAra mfilnininiT nKi nt 1 1 1 O MH' H . ' One Hundred .Acres. Said Timber Laud wilt...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Lewisburg chronicle. — 29 May 1850

IjKWISBURC chromcle and west branch fakmek The MHor and ihe Publisher both star d yeterda to atteod iho Corirention ai Williamsport. iwj".. j furnished copy enough to fill up the paper, but tbecopt iaall aet up ; and there yet ,;nrth sdace foi a paragraph. So beie roes for en editorial : The Williamsport Conrentlon. That this will be a large assemblage we fully believe. That it will embrace a fair ihoreofthetalenS and the energy ol this Commonwealth we do not doubt. That it may count among its member and attend aoU some political scamps, we think bare ly possible. If the Democray of this Con vention should prove to be the Democracy of Jefferson that democracy which pro motes the welfare, and protects the indus try of our own country, hite it asserts and vindicates the natural rights of all the human race, why then.success to it! But if the Convpntion should attempt to "compro m:se,'this Democracy ,if they try to trade it ofT,to giin Presidential votes for some old humbug of a "great...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Lewisburg chronicle. — 29 May 1850

Philosophy of Sneezing. Some writer, who professes to be a cou hoieseur, thus glvet hi view on the sub ject of sneezing. They are not to be sneered at : " We hope we may not be branded presumptuous, if, in the matter of sneezing, we pretend to be connoisseurs. As a proof of our taste, ue hale ons of your sniveling, dry, half frightened-!o-Sealh sneezes ; but for one of your full, clear, sonorous, detonating, reverberating tsplroions one of those report that set the wine glasses on the sideboard a jing ling, aud wake pussy ; we say, for one of those earthquake sneezes, we have a love, inferior only to that which we heir to wo man and our (uvorile dog. A sneeze to be in good taste.shoulJ crack like a rifle on a clear morning. A receipt for a scr-eze of this genus is as follows : When you j feel a tickling at the root of your probos cis, jtist jump up, if you be seated, run to the window through which the sun shines, throw jour head back until the bump of philoprogenitiveness presses o...

Publication Title: Lewisburg Chronicle
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Lewisburg chronicle. — 5 June 1850

L IE W I S B u &m 1 JBt 0 MffilS Volume VII, ffsmler 1. E C. HICKOK) Editor. 0. N. WbRDEN, Printer. LEWISBUIIG, UNION CO., Ph, JUNE 5, 1850. Whole Number 323. The tcwlsbursr Clironlcle is issued every Wednesday muruing at I.ewUburg, Uuion county, Pennsylvania. Tkrvi. $1.50 peryrar, forca-h actual!; in advance; $f,75, paid within three months; $2 If paiJ within the year ; $2,50 if Rot paid before the year eipire ; aingte numbcra, 5 cents, fub arriptiona for aix months or lc to be paid in advance: Discontinuances optional with the Publisher except when the year ia paid up. Advertisement handsomely inserted at 50 cts per square one week. $1 for a month, and $5 for a year ; a reuueeu price lummger uviuM-ijirm. Two squares, $7 ; Mercantile advertisements not exceeding one-fourth of a column, quarterly, $ 10. r'asual advertisements and Job work to be paid for when banded in or delivered. , All communications by mail .nu-t come post paid, accompanied bv the address of the writer, to re...

Publication Title: Lewisburg Chronicle
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Lewisburg chronicle. — 5 June 1850

JU 111 Q v . . i 4' ta a t WKST BRANCH Address to the Farmers of Pennsyl vania. The Agricultural Society of Philadelphia, In its anxiety to piomole the objects of its founders, and the advancement of the great interests for which it was instituted, desires respectfully to call your attention to wardfthe founding of a State Agricultural Society, and to ask your aid in furtherance of the mcaturifl' While it is a matter of surprise among the enlightened farmers of other States who have formed or projected States Soci eties, it is caQse of regret to many of our own citiaens.tbnt Pennsylvania, essentially agricultural, can not yet boast of a State institution, combining the skill and expert eoce cf her'intelligeDt agriculturists, lo be made available io diffusing a general knowledge of improved systems of htrsban dry and tillage, and imparting energy and vigor to the most important of all her in' dustriul pursuits. In time past, with a comparatively sparse population, when means of inler...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Lewisburg chronicle. — 5 June 1850

In Lewisburg,- May 28. GsobOE Tuas- Tk. aged 25 earg ano" 1 day la Buffalo, June 2, ao infant son of George and Rebecca Walter, aged 8 days. la LeistowD,25:h ult., in his?3d year, Xev. Jacob Gbobkk, for fifty years a la- borious and useful preacher in the M. 12. ChnTCh. 1 Wear Willinmsport. last month, John CcSmixos, aged 84 years. He had been Sheriff four times (first in 1793.) and was an Associate Judge of Lycoming county for 17 ears. 4 WOOL. 4 LOT of Fine Wool for sab hy June 4 J. HAYES fc CO. LUMBER JOR SALE. niHE subscriber having leased the Rock X dale Sam-Mill formerly known as i Doughty s ;u Sugar alley, Clinton county. Pa., and bought all the stork and futures belonging to the same, now offers for sale 100,000 ft of Lumber at said Mill. Orders will I) received for any kind of Lumber, hy the undersigned at LewisburfT, or by his Agent, S.C.SiitL leb, at said Mill, in Suuar Valley.. H.. SHKLLER. Lewisburg. June 5, 1880 6 MR. MERRY would respectfully inform the public, thai he ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Lewisburg chronicle. — 5 June 1850

IiEWISBUBQ CI1RONICL.E AND WEST BRANCH FARMER -4 toit m.ft (jmnov; JL Calculating Bridegroom. uTve known some very mean men in toy time. There was Deacon Overreach; now, he was so mean, he always carried a hen in his gig-bos when he traveled, to pick up the oats his horse wasted in tlie manger, and lay an rgg for his breakfast in the mifjrlrg. And then there was Hu go Ilimmclmun, who made his wife dig potatoes to pay tor the m trriage license. I must tell you that story of Hugo, lor ii'n not a bad one ; and good stoiic?, like poia toei.aiu'l as plenty as they used to be w hen 1 was a boy. Hugo is a neighbor of mine, although considerably older than 1 be, and a mean neighbor lie is, too. Will, fthfec he was going to get married to Oret chen Kolp, he goes down to Parson Rog ers, at Digby, to get a license. Parson, Say he, what's the price of a license ?' 'Sit dollars,' says he. 'Six dollars !' says Hugo ; 'that's a dreadful sight of money ! Couldn't you take no less Y -That's what !he...

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