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Id= 45 : [Newspaper Article] — Agitator — 13 July 1854

Publication Title: Agitator
Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Id= 79 : [Newspaper Article] — Agitator — 13 July 1854

Thomas J.Whartori vi.:6eoreey j&ta' rflel doodrfchi * ;ciaS '. ^ " J ' . k Hate tetifiabitcey-ftaleVEmP iUf&vmPUti '-Una Pawotor «„* Charte* taich^'V^^VHH ;%»op»»F«iuiy,Hiteh;an4 Ochu p n A 1<r .j» ^ .viitt r Fltqh,Alnjira .Ba3jf. and , . Joshua Bailey. ' ' " • (nJM motion of ihe feiainjiiF's ' Attorney tne Court grant a role, in liu iaie; on the PefendanU;to appear and -plead loan Ejetfment ' issued for < tt tract of land sitnate in Morris ftrtvnshlj^ in the said oounty, wmuininrorm hundred-ami eiitMurhf and one-half acres of und, or thereabouts, boonaed as follows: : Beginninir at a birch the, riprth : w5«i corner of Warrant NoT. 4346, lames . ^W* n, Wlrrantee j thence east' two huriqred and th . irty-twty perchea to a Jioralook; the coiner of Fjrancii R. Wliarton; llieOceb^ Francis H. WharloD, south one hundred and twenty-three perches to a birch; ihenca by lane) of Harriot 1 M. Wharton; west two hjindroif «nd thirtytwo ' perches to a'poet in tBe...

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Id= 72 : [Newspaper Article] — Agitator — 13 July 1854

ARRIVALS Cleaver Hoose, P. P. Cleavm, Proprietor. Julv 5. July 7. J. Hand, Owcgo. G. II. Abrams &. 1., C. R. E. II. Edwards, Morris. O. (r. Abrams & )., C. R. D. McCarty, " LI. Elliott, Cberry Flats. S. Rorabaugh, Watson. C. Wells, Cedar Run. D. A. StoWell, Delmar. Mrs. Davidson, Tioga. G. Blaokwell, Babb's C'k. MissS. Davidson, " Geo. I. MeLeod i Tloga. Mrs. B. Cohen, « R. M. Pratt, Canton. N. Aloxander, Elmira. L. Chase, Troy. Mr. Lovcjoy, Tioga. B. A. Roycc, LeRoy. D. Ralliboiie, Covington. J. C. Brown, SmiUifioid. H. W. Little, Buffalo. O. Brown, •' Mrs. L. Truman, P. Cr'k Hon. E. Dyer, Covinglon. Miss H. Truman, " MissF. Dyor, " Mjss E. Truman, " ¦ July_6. Miss J. Truman, " J. E. Cady, Knojyillo. h Fiek & ladles, •» W. J. Mapco, '• Win. Thomas, C'd'r Run Wm. Potter, " S. Hull, " J. Carpenter " J. Lartgford, " J. Goodspecd, " G. Coon, Liberty. H. B Smith, Troy. J«.t 8 & 9. C. H. Seymour, Tioga. D. Dolton, MiddlcbUry. U.S. Johnson, " E. Oli...

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Id= 60 : [Newspaper Article] — Agitator — 13 July 1854

' Wrtltmfor the Agitator. Energy ot Purpose. Energy of purposej decision of character, and an ardent deaire of becoming useful, should characterize every lover of justice and of .rig ht. Among the millions of created intelligences that inhabit ! this globe, how feware there possessing the-powers of reasoning, judging and comparing, who are " willing to throw off the shackles of ignorance and pre- ' judice to enlist under the banner of perseverance and march-man fully against tbe foes of improvement ? How few do we dee deprived of the/comforts and privileges requisite for a lifo^f ease, nobly battling against the disadvantages of poverty, and defying (he sneer>oT caste and doceit. ' How few realize lhs advantages to be gained b)ka thorough application in whatever they find to do? To offect a re-eoactraenl of the Missouri: Com-?t °Sived, That the Hon. G. A. Ghow, our Representative in Congress, in manfully resisting the consummation of the Nebraska iniquity; deserves, and r...

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Id= 62 : [Newspaper Article] — Agitator — 13 July 1854

last night, tH^mtloosI Theatre %as accU dentaly 8et|00^fii|Mn4Hi a few.'ttfouM the «rb6le-'i>alldi^^pr|^vietlorMd^>fl«rri^ tains taking rfrB^lha^gmtion of rnatchesr The rnannger^cto^ fowvard and requested; the.audien(»J6f|^|jne building as soon as possible, and. tfi^jg fortunately effected their escape, alihougjvMwasYfeared three or four persons had peHsMd before they could leave the building. ^j '^g 'V " * ^ • • The firemen ^efe immed^iifiy 'on the^potj bill before they C^|d bring.iS«|r apparatus to bear upon the btfitaing building, the flames had spread with ^Mt velocity to the adjoiningpropertyand'jwfl defianceto UDiioui iu oicikuci1 --everyex^r-B r r^ /' s^ 'O - liori put forth bpftbe noble firemen.. The wall fell in with ttj' tfemendous crash, and the flames.Bhot up ^l^awful magnificence and grandeur, scatter '^-ttie sparks in every direction, and t.hoie^lling on the roofs of the adjacent buildidjp^Aoon get 0re to them.-^ The Girard Hoi^p ilso caught unrJer th...

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Id= 77 : [Newspaper Article] — Agitator — 13 July 1854

wiut ¦*r5?*ifi»Alk '^i* A-*-**- "f. Atxr. consuuiUj on hapdi in cohdectiori' with their " *:. , a . 1 Sh'akemeiuV,^ -- \u „ TrieF«lh4riw ' 'tliVi)e»BW lyron," . ,- Letters to Young Men, Illton & Youngt Roller Books, . . .r Pope, . j . Mechanics, Scoti's,works, , Ifcine ftrall, orjFowler' s Goldsmith's works, " ' , - ' djalie of bliildlhgi. Dick'i " do." " Tbe Old Brewery,-Cooper's ¦ '< do^ •' • ¦' > UflcleTom, -' ¦ ' • Irving's . do. . Little Ferns, for Fanny's Grinaeirs, Expedition in Litt(o Fxiends. search of Sir JobnFanny Fern, Franklim " Hot Corn, <3owper'i wot kij . " Life and Sayings of Mrs. Lorenio Dow's Complete Partington, ' . works. . Wide.Wido World, .Comprehensive Commen-Beatrice, < taries,'. Bleak Hottse, ChamberV Miscellany, ' Mbtnefs' RecorOpc'Dse, Gibbon ' * Homo, Lamp Lighten' Rollin'a History, . Odd-Fellows' Tcxl-Book, History of New York, Do. do. Manual, Do. fiurope, Stewart's Free Masons' Doi France, Manual, Do. U. S....

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Id= 78 : [Newspaper Article] — Agitator — 13 July 1854

ROBERT itOV IIAS CONSTANTLY ON HARD AT THE WELLSBOROUGH DRUG STORE THE FOLLOWING ARTICLES: Aconite, Ginger, Ground, Adhesive Plaster, Glass of all Biios, for win-Alcohol , dows oroicturc frames, Alum, Glue ^/ ^ Aloes, Guinsof every variety, Allspice, , I Hops, Ammonia, JHot Drops, Aniietto, . iHivo Syrup, Antimony, Indigo, (best quality,) Arnica, Inks of all kinds, Blccching Powder to re- Lampblack, move ink & fruit stains, Looking Glass, from Linen, v j Leather Varnish, Blacking for stoves, i Lime—Rliodo Inland, for " " boots &, shoes white waelung, Bay Water, ' .Madder, Borax, Nulmog, Brimstone, Oils; (a largovaricty,) Brushes of all kinds, Ointments, Bug Poison, Opodildoc, Camphor, ' Paints of alt kinds, Castile Soap, Plcra, Cayenne Pepper; Pepper, Cement for earthen ware, Prussian Blue) Cinnamon, Pills of various kinds, Cloves, Quicksilver, 1 . Cobnlt, (Fly Poison,) Quinine, j Composition Powdor, Red Chalk, Cephalic Snuff fur head- Rod Prccipitit)^ acho, ca...

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Id= 67 : [Newspaper Article] — Agitator — 13 July 1854

Rumored Slave Insuureution.— The last number of the Natchitoches (La.) Chronicle says: Far the last few weeks (here has been an increasing excitement among the planters and citizens in the neighborhood of Cumplo and Grapp 's Bluff, arising from rumored reports of insubordination and intended outbreak among tho slaves. There appears to bo a conviction in the minds of the citizens that there is some truth in the reports, but as yet we cannot see anything to cause alarm. They have taken precautionary measures, appointed committees of vig ilance, and organized activo patrols. White men nre implicated as the leaders of Iho blacks | but, so far, no overt act committed by them has been discovered. ¦ • ' ¦ -' ' ¦ ' Yesterday a large party of the citizens proceeded lo tho bank of the river, where the Stile hands were at work, and arrested sixteen of them; they were conducted to Natchitoches, and placed in jail; thero is yet no charge made out agninst them ; they are suspected of complicity...

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Id= 63 : [Newspaper Article] — Agitator — 13 July 1854

A Probable Kidnapper. When a man is accused of being somebody 's chattel, according to the laws, not of the United States, for they know no human chattels ; much less those of Nature, or of Nature's God, but of Virginia, Alabama, or some other barbarian State wherewith we are unhappily connected, there is a prompT mustering and ^urrying of all the forces of the Union to throttle the man guilty of having been robbed of his liberty from birth, and force him back inlo evorlasling bondage. But when a man-stealing kidnapper is delected and denounced—one who has stolen a free¬ man and sold him into everlasting bondage for paltry gain—we see no such alacrity, no such zoal, no such array of force, summoned to consign him to the punishment which the laws even of slaveholding States provide for Win. Is this fair? We learn that Morrilo, the alleged kidnapper of Solomon Northrup, a frep colored citizen of this State, who was thereby subjected to twelve years of inhuman bondage and suffering...

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Id= 61 : [Newspaper Article] — Agitator — 13 July 1854

From the Westmoreland Intelligencer. The ' Truc Answer. . / The true answer to tho question, " why is lhe Slate debt not paid ?" may be found in tne following simple statement. Wo will contrast the recei pts and exproditures of the year 1800, during Governor Johnston's Administration, with those of the year 1853, during Governor Bi g ler's. We copy from the reports of the Auditor General for those years, who were of course sworn officers, and both Democrats: Total receipt* from all sources during •the year 1859 of Guv. Johnston' * 1 administration, t . 84,438,131 51 Expenditures daring tho some year. -$4,569,053 94 Total receipts from all sources during ' ' - the joar 1853, of Gov^Bigler'u administration ' . ' . .$9,<186,770 08: Expenditures during the same vcar,.$ 10,144,963 7: It will thus be seen that Governor Biglerf during the last year, received five millions' , forty-eig ht thcvsa.nd,six hundred and thirty* , ti g ht dollars and fifty seven cents, mobI^ 1h*.s GovEr...

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Id= 66 : [Newspaper Article] — Agitator — 13 July 1854

A Minister Tarred and Feathered. A few months since; a man who claims to be a Methodist preacher, and who lives near Lebanon ' , Illinois, maVried a respectable widow lady, who had a daughter some fourteen or fifteen years of nge, who was subsequently prostituted.by him. The St. Louis Republican says that as soon as this became known,, the greatest indignation was felt among the citizens, who held a meeting and resolved'to'lynch him. They proceeded to his house, but found it barricaded. After a while, however, he proposed to let them in, provided they inflicted no other punishment but tarring and feathering him. This was agreed to, and the Republican proceeds; to describe the ceremony as follows: __/ " The tar and feathers were nl hand, and men willingly pitched in to give him his new suit. The brushes and mops were dipped into the tar bucket and speedily applied to his naked form, while the victim stood like a martyr. What was their surprise, however, lo find thaUhe substance w...

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Id= 65 : [Newspaper Article] — Agitator — 13 July 1854

Th?J>igle,r papeys'afe loud jn their praise ofitKBJtfessBge of^ bill for commuiing^be}penalty.incurred by the Railroad Compdme^.for violali6g;(ho law ogainst small notes: j The penalty deho ' UTiced byi-the law, amounted to a^fine of .from fifty to seyemj^-fiYe thousand dol lars. The lajHiad hevorieejpftforcedand, in fact, every citizeijvin'tW^art of the state, was jn the daily rJractlaS^yiplatinlihe law—by the law of a ^Wk : -; ' ¦' •/ " ' ¦" . Thejttument of'the veto isthat it would to wf^&tb intercept the flow of justice, or to ^tayj^genally of the law. . The r ' tile is, in Ihe ' mgp'dorretil j but, like all others, liable to an^rcep^on. BuffwTiill inflecting an odious and onerous penatty .in t one case, with inflexible rigor, how has bis. Excellency acted in other ' s ? For the crime of Mdnappiiig, he has pardoned an Albgrtj. For the crime of Violating thepatcehg.has pardoded lhe Phoenixville rioters. For the crime of stealing away Rachel and Elisabeth PurJte...

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Id= 71 : [Newspaper Article] — Agitator — 13 July 1854

• 'AtthoVDibttaKfli Houw itf-CortlngN. t. :^ir/ 4tb, bytno,Ro^iMr. 1 -Stark.wgtlteri Mr. HIHA» fcDENNlNGi{?rrnorly Editp/.o^^the p Amtf foo .T- " '- -*' ,,. - pjBospEcxcrsV-- ¦ , - <";/, ;' . ' i* •- - ¦;• •¦ . - .'.- ¦ . ¦ ¦ ¦ .^of titt--.-:::\ ' -,. *,. - .-m ¦ ¦^¦¦¦k QJ ^AT^B:. :. nnHE (subscribers propose publishing a pa--. -~ ;per bearing, the- above .title,,devoted to the HExtenai pn of tfie. AreW' ofFreedonj ' and.tha Spread ofHo»llhy Roforrni" It will be Indi«ndknt in the fullest, sense of the term,—pppotcd to distinctive patijiim as dependent upon minor, lssuea, bat the advocojo of every ifieasnre that lend* to uproot Slavery from the soil a just Creator intended should bo free.; It will also advocate strenuously the enaclment of a Prohibitory Law Cor .the entire tupprcssion or the manufacture and sale of intoxicating liquors in tfiig Commonwealth. . Its colurtns will never be prostituted to the uso ,of. any iridjvidual for tho redressing meroly of pri. vate wrongs...

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Id=106 : [Newspaper Article] — Agitator — 13 July 1854

Emporium of Fashion, :. - €1IEAP CI>OTHH\e, &c. M u - - -Hk GONYERS bas'juatreceivfed from • New York,,the largest and most carefully •elected assortment of -,./.-.. ' ,..-/• .--• i CLOT&S, /.VpSTJIjG, XfAS&IMEaS» SATJNfiTTS, TftlMMINGS, &c, Bver brpught into ihis country, vhich he will, aqll for R*ADi r itt'hKeiiper than any other eitaolltnment His stock comprises a general assortment o. avery variety of Clothing, from " a. lo* ptice op. SUMMER CQAVUh-toi Men ar«i JBoysr^alwga ^ aJBaorttnent* ! ¦ -- . ¦ ^ " ¦ . QBfSS, FROCK AND' gACK ' COAm-oteye. 1 i-y description, biio and color.' v . ' PANTS—every style, and quality. • ' • ¦ ' VESTSiUof e»ory,atyle, color and deioriptipn, SHIRTS,. Wnder.Shirt», Drawers, Collart, Cher. Alls Over.Shir.te, Suspenders, GlqveB, Umbrellas Neck and Pocket IHandkojchiefii.togettier; with Intnnfl " ¦ '-/' ¦ " ' ¦'¦ ' " ' SELF-ADJUSTING STOCKS, &o. i «m G^ HATS AWD CAW, £ of every description—the larges...

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Id= 97 : [Newspaper Article] — Agitator — 13 July 1854

.-vrt* ftrctokiqg Horaes. . r _ r. . . * "*"/ *'»J ¦ ¦ ¦ ' -,' v"- 1 " ' J * "• What istie'V fdwdytoVreoik&(*?&* V f consider ih»m important quesiioB, arid as ntocb overlobked, perhaps, as anything relating to lh ~ a rearing ana * fining horses: , (or »eri vice. A. well'broken horse is whit every man wishes for, and will command a readier st^ltj , although hV may be soiJieWhanhfiriiw ipplh.e,r resnWs. .Suph a horse can only ba depended on. Whan I speak of a well?b. roken se, ! wish to be undersuwtKoneifor firmer*" use?, aod such a horse^'I belief, will answer ajl purposes that a horse Is ' Used for, I shall poly speak of ..freaking to liar-Besij I will pimply pay thai my opinion is, a cott shouts hot hi'used under <he Saddle unlit it is at (east four years' jjjd. I " think breaking to harness should commence at three years, but never put to hard work till six years old. In order to breakf.a colt as he should be, il is of great importnBce/io have' a hor...

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Id=114 : [Newspaper Article] — Agitator — 13 July 1854

W &VJfi?<3^«(ris!?«^.iwsJcefcaWatfeusiiiesS'6LRGX &iSQEIELD, ' .ift ibe STOVE, '• ^Sfi¦GOppEK^ANP SHEtyTilRQN TRADE,- I would wy.to the,oi;izen .a 6f VVellsbortogh^nd viclnityi thai I;;'rntena, mamifactaring iho- best of yfate, UDonth« mo*t Jiberattermtv ' jOU j Bl^Gof all kinds executed with neatness aod dispatch z ,;,,; ;:^W^S/' .rgft&#M$f:. - 1 " <^ * W-' S •' ' ~ jS ^ j^^^^^^^^ ^^ i^tfi^issssssssssssssssli^^^^SssssssssssP^ ssssH WlCs ^i ^sJ Among the approved Stoves of the age I arn thorougfily convinced lhal the KING OF STOVES is truly named, and must take the lead of all Elevated . OvenStovea. The principal advantage claimed in this, over all other stoves, (Elevated Ovens in particular ,) is in ils diving or revering flues, the exclusive right of which is guaranteed to the subscriber by Letters Patent frbm the United Siatey. There being two currents of air passing up and down at ihe same time on each side of the oven, perfectly.envelopin...

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Id= 98 : [Newspaper Article] — Agitator — 13 July 1854

'Vmmlfmmm^-: JJB/fai Congregptipru of Great BritaxnjviA r ,~,!-. •• ¦ j.-v .-j „- .Atoerica. t - • ^ ¦ Dated jeruwlemrSf&st) 5514, aWrtttcd to Sir^o* %e» BKnfefiero, London. '*' .' U > TOE Liffijgg&T THE. tAFFUiS0^ The gup%njj^!Ja&'6r Zion'^'ex' aif^O^nd receive witlun ?h» portal* thereof, youk-eltl&a and' iyardens, " who; trumpei-iongued, shall proclaim Ibattne staff of bread is'broken and the stay o'f^ w^ie ' rjs ^.Yv ' a ' sVea' . ' ' . ' _. ' . , kssembfeye. scrjbes, and publish the history of famine and pestilence, -that it may 8wfft{y be" bdrnp ^ij the remotest communities of Israel, and beepme Ihii ' wntleD messenger of the disire&j d.OHe.indwellers.ojf Zion; that it may thereby awaken i nalion 'ssympathies; and if misery has dried up the source of eloquence wherewith to sustain your appeal, supplicate the Almig hty thai He in His mercy may incline the hearts of your'brethren of the '.house ' of Jacob, - to hasten"To-relieve ...

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Id=100 : [Newspaper Article] — Agitator — 13 July 1854

WELLSBORO' FOUNDRY and Machine Shop. THE subscriber having rented the interest of Lovi ChubbucW in Ihe Welleboroogh Foan-] dry, is now prepared to manufacture moat kinds o machinery—such as Mill Cranks, Mill Gearing, Slides, Bal- t ance- Wheels, Shafts, Pullies, dfc, SfC. Machinery of all kinds repaired on short notice, by experienced workmen, and on reasonable terms. Ploughs. The attention of Farmerg iB.particularly called to our assortment of Ploughs, which are unsurpassed by any other Fonnrlry in Die 3tate. Oar Ploughs conBiBl in part of the celebrated Chubbuck Plough, .Ny. S. do. do o^iI q^ 4. Dulcher do- Bluckley Plough. Corn do. ' Side HnT-Mo. The Sidtf Hill Plough is the only Plopgh tfij^jsTR turn equd furrows on either side, and plow on level ground. Stoves, Stoves. An extensive assortment of Stoves will be kepi constantly on hand, embracing the beat kinds now in use, a description of which he will give ia a fur. ther adverlincmcnl. CALDRON KETTLES, Seven and Five Pai: K...

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Id=118 : [Newspaper Article] — Agitator — 13 July 1854

JOY TO THE WORLD! " MAN ' HIS, OWN PHYSICIAN." BR. 1'nLttP LEDDir ' s DEATH-TO-PAIN. The great American * Remedy for Fever <$¦ Ague, Rheumatism, Dysentery, Cholics, and : Griping Pains, Bruises and Strains, Burns dj- Scalds^ Presh Wounds, Dyspepsia, Coughs <S f Isolds, AND ALL OTHER RI^DttED DISEASES. r JpH!S Mi-dicine has prnved, and will prove an unconditional Pain Destroyer in all cases, whether External or Inlcrnul. " Hence it has received Ihe appropriate name of " Dealh-to-Pein." Il has, by being, kepi on hand by families who know its v.iluc, been tlie means uf saving money, and often lite, by its timely use in sudden attacks, and in case of accidents. In nil bruises and flesh wounds this Deatli4o.|>;iin is the beat embrocation that can be i ' ound. Tlje soreness is immediately extracted —swellings reduced—and profuse bleeding stopped. A single dose wiH ease ihe most sevore griping pains in the bowel?, and a lew applications will ease the severest rheumal...

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Id=117 : [Newspaper Article] — Agitator — 13 July 1854

imfOttlAB1. TO TB» , Farmer, Furrier & Stage Proprietor ¦ GEO. W. MERCHANT'S CELEBKATED GARGLING OH VHFAKBA1.LKLKD IK TSK H1BTOEY OF HXDICIMS A» the most remarkable External Application era discovered. "They can't Keep House without it" Experience of Wore ih&n sixteen rears has qs&blisheo Ihe faf.l lh»t Merchant's Celebrated Gargling Oil, or Unl venal Fami) / Embrocation, mil cure most cases, and relieve all ouch u Spanns, Sweoner, Eingbone, Windfalls, Poll Evil, Callous, " Cracked Heels, Gplla of all Hade, Fresh Wounds, Sprains, Bruises, Kstuln, Sitfaat, SandlCracks, Strains, Lameness, Foundered FeeU Scratches or Grease, Mange, . Rheumatism, Bites of Animals-, External Poisons, Painful Nervous Affections, Frost BiWs, Boils, Corns, Whitlows, Bums and Scalds, Chillblsins, Chapped. Hands, Cramps, Contractions of tlie Muscles, Swellings, Weaknes3 of the Joints, Caked Breasts, Ac. 4c <tc. The unparalleled auceeBi of ihM Oil, in the cure of diseases in Ho...

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