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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 24 March 1837

NOT THE OLORV O F C ;E S A H ; II V T T II 13 W K 1, )' A UK O V It O M H. BY .11. I?. STACY. FRIDAY, MARCH 24, 1837. VOlv. X JVc 509. (jCj-'I'lio following orirnal CJilo written for llio occasion by llio Itev. Mr. I'icrpoint, was sun; wilharcnl effect nl llio Temperance Cclcbralion (it 1 lie Odcon l.ist evening: ORIGINAL HYMN. How long, O Goil how long Jlust thy pure cics behold Thin fair world blasicd by 1 lie wiong Jiin dors to 111:111 for Rold ! How long shall icnson lie cut down, And n fierce demon wear the ciown ! The prisone'rs roll, ( I ; 1 1 nil Life's blessed lighl bedims, Tlio l.i ell that nils, the links 1 tin I gill The poor slave's fe-Ucrin:, limbs, What is this thraldom, to ihe rluin That binds mid turns the ditiuknid's brn'n 1 If dim, thy frown is fell, O God, by those who bind Tlio body what hum lie the guilt Ofsuch'ns chain the mind, Drug to the pit, mid plunge it in! O have not llictc "the gienler sin ?" 'J'lie inotlier of our race, Whose sin bronglit dc.uli nnd w...

Publication Title: Burlington Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 24 March 1837

glff.ifi'fl at glilnMjinotou. Family Jaus. TIio correspondent ol the Courier mid Enquirer gives us tin; fol lowing morcol from Wnshinglon : 'John Forsyth. Iho Secrclnry of State, sent in yestorduy Ins resignation, in a nolo addressed with 1 tie uncourlcous pupcr. orip linn, ",V ran Ihtrcn, President of the United Sidles." A copy of litis, together Willi tin address from Mr. Forsyth, to ilic citizens of (Joogia, was sent to the Globe, ninl would have appeared thisninrtiiiig hnd it not been suppressed lite evening before by 'consent of parties. Whnt concessions were made by Van Cnron (o Forsyth, or how the, Rlorm was quieted, 1 rttn unabln to nay ; bul the facie ns I relate tlieni to you are sub. stanlially correct. Tlinl Mr. Van D'iren was alarmed nl t ho idea of n rupture of his Cabincl bo early in Ihe outset of his po litical career, I have no doubt, and that lie is anxions to get rid ol Forsyth I have, just A8 little doubt. Some say that Mr. Van Huron offered the Secretary a Missi...

Publication Title: Burlington Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 24 March 1837

Tho oilier day, a gl bill "r t he Sandusky Dank cnnio into our possession, upon the back of which some wag of n spoctccurron cy-inan had wrillcn tho li 1 1 tj v i n apostro plio : "Tlioti art, nt best, ilio clwst of cash. Tho spirit nf 11 rpecio dollar, Tliy p.ipcr fabric u bat Hash, And a II ihy piomi'ca nro hollow ! Uckoiio ! I Icnr tlnil thou art hi caking, TIicmi ill-rondilionri, rugged elf ! Thy sIIrIii foundation nuy lie shaken ; And now so clew thyself I ' Wo oppruhoud the liiiicr injur.lion was superfluous. Such "ghosts" arc easier laid than raised, in these iron limes. Yon mny call them from "tho vasty deep," but if they cnndescentl to como nt nil which i rarely I lie case with us they nro hut Iran fcicnl visitants, and not. all of tho como again class of spirit that bothered Mac beth. However, tho writer is n wit mid n wag and has hit the truth in the first lines of his stanza withal Waggery ! Tho 1 1 linen llorold, a Van Uurcn, paper, indulges in a sly hit at it h Chief. ...

Publication Title: Burlington Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 24 March 1837

Tlin.biuij'lei-, vottl uf thinking quite, Clips l.uuor. iliiclor, pain ill .dike, As II lliu fork 1 1t.t 1 (leclii llm prjiU!, i"IJ, . Willi equal Rnii'C would I'll lilts elm mr pliu I Of dm inn k purr oil, Inning empty rliow, Would like lliu f.ifliliiii of the tl.itliing beau i ; I'lil fclenrc lendiM ttlino In cut or fp.ue, .Slut in each lock in Ijfiutiy In ii lull. , Manhood Ins wgor, nf renews its prime Anil briijlitly Iiphiih llic liiimim Cut divine ; I U cliin I;" rnionlh. Ilia hiii- tin ta moth, I Ami but ton notice li (in liitn bcstmvrd. Yd ulmsol'i uniles fmni beauty would obtain, Ye wlm to nso would hiing bark joiiiIi again, Yo IlillllPlI, ll(l eajJIIclrilK lnolis Willi Id Ul'lU'l 'l'u Louis' go, mill ull lie tuiti'il llieio." The subscriber, grateful Tor the liberal pilrunagu lioidofnri! bestowed upon him, respectfully tenters li'S acknowledgements to t ho public, timl b g ppi'?e bin inns of bid renewed v. mI I" I heir .-cryicr. His shop is plwav- opr-ii til on curly hour ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 31 March 1837

'it m NOT THE GLORY OP CjESAKJBUT THE WELFARE OF ROME. BY II. 15. STAC. THE STKANGER, AND HIS FRIEND. BY JAMES MONTOOMKHTi ESQ. Mutt. xxV. 2540. A poor wayfaring man of grief llatli often crowed mo on my way, Who sued tn Inutility fur relief That I could never nnewernay I hail not power In nek his name, Whether he went, or whence he came, Yet there was something in his eve That won my love I know not why. Once when my scanty men I was spread, lie enteer'd not a word he spnkc ; Just perishing from want of liie.id : I gave him nil; hu bless'd il, brake, And ntc, hut gave mo part again : Mine was an angel's portion llien, And while I fed with eager h.islc, The crust was manna to my taste. I spied him where a fountain hurst Clear from llic rock, his strength was gone The heedless water mocke'd his thirst. lie heard it, raw it hurrying on. 1 ran and raised the fiifiercr up, Thrico from the iJircam he drain'd my cup. Dipt, and returned it running o'er, I drank, and never ihurslcd more. 'T...

Publication Title: Burlington Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 31 March 1837

fr'roni llie New York Atnci Ic.im. A capital satire is conveyed in the annexed 'Flac. Ul,' sportive jet caustic, geulle, ju?l mill ailmti nbly ttll limed. HOMEOPATHY NO NOVELTY. "Wounds liy wider wound arc hr-iilcd, And pultons liy themselves cxpulleil." HUTtER. "The liuir ol'ii dog will ciirn hi him." Omi Proverb. Oil ! Hahnemann wh.it a r.louJ of duit In )liiic nrt thuii miring I An if ihy thriii ic were new That nil the vvorlJ is irai.liy. Ifhciglit'iiin Minploms of discasn He ineiins whirli will lenioVo it; Dncs nut oiir own wise Fiiruliy In cuiinlant practice prove !i? If the bc-si dose to cm e n man lSnili.it which make him sirkiY. Oh I what, ill. in our own VrandrcWt pill Can heal the patient quicker? If "like ruioi lilin" how fine a ch.itico Some le.ichers high in station In iiliyaicN pchoolsi now h.uu to heal The ignorance of (he nation ! ISut not in medicine iilnne Thy lieatment we're persuing 'Tis what we've lung, in politics, Andpiivnie life been doing Our Whigs, who, mi...

Publication Title: Burlington Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 31 March 1837

of 4 brigs arid 3 schooners of war had soil ed from Vera Cruz for Metnmoras, destin ed to operate against Texas. Every thing was tranquil in Tampico. There were about 800 troops there in garrison. Santa Ana arrived ni Vera Cruz on the 21st of February, where ho was rather coolly received, and with no moro honors than were due to a common Mexican Gen eral. Ho left immediately for his estate, Mango dc Clavo. The election returns for President were Anustncio Bttslnmente, 07 voles. Manuel Gomel! Pedrata, 6 " Nicholas Untvo, 3 " Antonio Lopez i!c Santa Ana, 2 " Gen. Bustamente, wo aro informed, by privato letters, had arrived at the Rio del Norte, where the army is now stationed, and takes the command in conjunction with Bravo. Santa Ana, on his arrival at Vera Cruz, uddressed llio People, and assured them that his liberation was not owing to bribe ry, or to any thing derogatory to the Mex ican People, but purely to the goodness of Gen. Houston. NEW YORK MARKET. March 23. Flouii. The flo...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 31 March 1837

'Tlic,l)iin(lpr, void (if thinking millc, Clips lawcr, iloctor, parson, nil .dike, As if tlio lork that tlcrks llio piyln( qui, Willi equal uni ca would fit the doctor's phiz Or t lie mrrk p;n fan. Inning empty cliinv, Would like l lid r i 1 1 i i n ol'lha dashing henu ; But science tenches uliere lu cut or r pare, Sliin ins each lock in beamy to a hair. Munliooil Ins igor, tign renews ils prime, Anil liriglitly beams llio human fare divine ; II is nit in iti smooth, his h.iir cut a la mode, Anil boil ton notice is on him In-stowed. Yo wlm coft smiles ft (jiii liciiuly would ohlnin, Ye who to ngc would liriug back youth iiguin, Yo learned, who Fugacious looks would we.il, To Louis' go, unci a bu suited llieie." 'I'lio subscriber, grateful for liic liberal p.ilronngti heretofore bestowed upon him, respectfully tenders Ins acknowledgements In the public, mill begs In apprise his pat runs of his renewed zeal in tlicir service. Ills shop is always open at on early liunr in tlio morning,...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 7 April 1837

NOT THE GLOIIY OF CiESAR JUUT THE WELFARE OF HOME. BY It. B. STACY FRIDAY, APRlLi 7, 1837. VOL. X--No. 511. uxricntMKNTa of vAntoua manukks on ro-i TAT0E3. Tho following extracts from "Dickinson's Agriculture," will show that in Great Brit Bin, particular attention has been given to salt as a manure. To show its utility as o manure in a more clear point of view, the following experiments were made by the Rev. Mr. Carlwright. A certain portion otsoinicrrugmoussauu u...i,i t n ilnn texture by a liberal cover ing of pond mud) was laid out in beds one yard wide and forty long: of these, 25 vcre manured, I he first excepted as follows: Kinds of Manure applied. II No manure 157 198 150 19? 107 155 184 159 175 192 220 167 175 183 199 201 240 217 180 189 171 178 187 185 195 2 Sail, 4 pccll 3 Lime, one bushel 4 Sunt, one peek Wood ashes, two pccKs Saw dust, three bushels Malt dust, two pecks Peal, three bushels j 9 Decayed leaves, tnrco uusnen 10 Fresh dung, tlirec dusiicis 1 1 Chandler's gr...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 7 April 1837

n Culture at the outset is prevented. But r...i!.... i !.... mu. ! lo undertake tho trnublu of conversing Wllh us. It is perfectly eny to (.how, nt t li r moment ol being addressed, that wn ore socially disposed, nnd grateful for being made companions ; and I, ul least, feel the pleasure to be grrcter for its having been offered inc. I think it host for 03 to give up also on dortnkinga and occupations in which wo cannot uark mid check our own failures ; teaching any thing which require cnr. preaching, nnd lecturing, nnd music. I gavo up music in onpositiou to much en treaty, some reproach, nnd strong secret in. clinntionj because I knew that my friends would rather put up with a wrong bass in my playing, and false lime in my singing, thim deprive inn of n resource. Our prin ciple clearly forbids this kind of indulgence; therefore, however confident wo may be of our musical car, let us be quite suro that wo shall never again bo judges of our own music, or our own oratory, and ovoid n...

Publication Title: Burlington Free Press
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 7 April 1837

FRIDAY MORNING, APRIL 7. UA letter from Washington, published in tho N. Y. Express, slates that tho rove liuo arising from the proceeds of tho public lands, for the first quarter of this year, is "upwards ofivc million! of dollars. This, Hon, has been iho winter quarter, iho portion of tho vcar when less is done in the way of purchosing lauds, than any other ; and we 'may reasonably calculate thst each succce- dine quarter will add at least one third moro 'to that amount, making the receipts into the Treasury this year from lamb, amount to upwards nf 27,000.000 of dollars. This amount in specie, drawn from the ordinary channels of business, and locked up In tho vaults of the pel Banks, by the operation of the Specie Circular, cannot but spread dis tress and desolation through the commcr. 'cial community. QjThe Hudson ilivcr Steam Boats arc "now running regularly to Now York. The "vexations attending the irregularity of the mails will now, wo hope, bo remedied. United States Rank. Wo...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 7 April 1837

"The buoRlcr, void of thinking quite, Clips l.uvver. doctor, piinnn, nil .dike, , An if llio fork 1 1 1 ;i t dork llio pijinK qui, Willi cqu.il grace would III llie doctor' pliiz ; Or llio meek pnwon, haling empty idrow, Would like lho fiuliimi ul llio d.isliiiig boitu ( ! It it t science tetirhf where l cut or tpinc, Sliiivln" encli lock in lii'iuiiy lo u li.ilr. Mnnliood Ins igor, ngp renews ils pi lino. And brightly beams llio human ficc divine ; Hid cltlu is fiunnlli. hid hair cut a la mode, And bo'i ton notice is on liim bestowed. Yo uliosofi smiles fiom beauty would obtain, Yo who to nge would tiring lurk joulli ngiiin, Ye Ic.irned, wlio mig.iclotis loulin would wenr, To Louis' go, mid all bo culled ilieic." The subscriber, grateful for llio liberal patronage heretofore bestowed upon him, respectfully tenders 1iis acknowledgements to lho public, rind begs lo nppriso his pat. rons of liia renewed zeal in their service. Ills shop is always open at on early hour in the morning, a...

Publication Title: Burlington Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 14 April 1837

NOT THE GLORY OF CUSAR JBUT THE WELFARE OF ROME. BY H. B. STACY. FRIDAY, APniLi 14, 183?. VOIv. X No. 512. Wo liopo die Author of llie following lines lias cast away tlic Howl, but for wliicli lie would lia.vc uccn respected for liis honesty ami admired (or his genius. If differing, deslitution and degradation, wiili all the kindred miseries of diunkenncss, can induce n man to "cast away the bowl," this indi vidual lins brought himself within the rale. Willi talents and integrity which fit him for the highest walks in society, he has Tor years been a ragged, dirty, loathsome drunkard, hanging about ruin cellars, staggering the streets, or rolling in the gutters I in is sober now. and we draw this pic ture, disgusting as it is, that ho may see himself the thing he was. If this is deemed a harsh rem edy, we reply that all the milder ones have been exhausted. He has worn out the sympathies and lost the respect of his friends. In mere compassion he was rescued from commitment as a vagra...

Publication Title: Burlington Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 14 April 1837

mi 'tunny Blocks ns that which is highly iru imii t:ii. Quantity nf teed and covering.- -Vtavn us. nig too little seed, nnd n recklessness In covering it, tunny corn fields are deficient one hnll'of what ought to giow upon them. Wo drop six to eight kernels in a hill, nnd take special earn to have it covered inly with fine mould. If dung, pods, slicks or (tones are placed upon the hill, it partially or wholly prevents the plants coming. If buried too deep, the seed may rot before the soil is warm enough to induce germin ation; if ton shallow, it may lack moisture. "These uru littlo matters, though iliey have n great influence upon the profils of I he :rop. The extra expense that would be incurred to do these things perfect, might hu four quarts of seed nnd one day's labor to tho acre and tho advantages would of ten be tho doubling of the crop. Two inches is a sufficient covering, if the hill is! trodden upon, or it should bo, by tho plant-1 cr, to compress tho enrtii nnd preserve it...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 14 April 1837

Money Maiucet TIio accounts from York nrc appalli"ff ' ',0 southern and ' ivcetern debtor of merchants fail to pay them, ond consequently heavy suspensions ' takes place daily. Alarm, apprehensions nnd distrust prevail in Wall street. Hun dreds of working men were thrown out o cmpoy by the failure of one individual on Wednesday. Among the vast wrecks of ' that day we have heard the names of two houses whoso members have been warm eupportcrs or the President, for many years so that ft lend and foe arc both prostrated by' the storm. The latest advices from Washington yield no hope that the ndmin istration will repeal tho disasteroua Trcas uryOr'dfcr. 'The rod of iron'will continue to be held over the bends of the people. ' It is a fearful state of ofTdirs, and the end is not yet." Distress Is abroad amongst ' the working classes, and hunger often " drives-men mad. Wo have already wit nessed outbreaking of popular violence in ' the great metropolis, and if the poor are ' thrown out of ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 14 April 1837

KISSING, If it wcie niil lawful, The Imwjcis would not life it ', Anil if 'lucre not pinna, The clergy would nol rhoofo it j Ami if t'uerc nol n d.iiniy ililng, The ladies won lil nut ciaic il. Anil if'nvpic not plentiful, The poor girls' could nol li.tve il. "Want theme mable ihngnr,"said n lit lo lisping urchin who dropped in yc-lcrdny wilh a basket full of ntiiplc sugar jmi racks "We just do, my Ind what do you osk" "A tlnlling a hunk i" " Who made it ?" "My thielcr Lulhinda and she told tnc to gib the heodeatcr in do printum olTia a gosh of a grrat gob ""Oh she did, did she ! well, if she's nsBWccl as her 6ii gar, she's one of the finest condiments in creation" "Yoth'em" "And tell her that EOtnu lover of Bwccl things will soon over take her '.""Gosh, she's cotch'd, and go in to be notcht next week to Jim Barney." Ho laid upon the lablo a thumping grrat piece of this congealed nectar and honey, made in the shape of a heart, and vanished in the twinkling of a bedpost. Miss Sachs r...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 21 April 1837

O T THE GLORY OF CiESAlt; Dl)T THE WELFARE OF ROME. BY II. B. STACY. FRIDAY, 21, 1837. VOL. X No. 513. trnvclcr, as ho pnccth, nmnzodly, through I It ought not ho tho lending object of any thnso deserts askelh of her who buildoil 'ic " become nn eminent mathematician, THE COMMON LOT. BY MONTOOMEUY. KJiire in llic flight ofiigea past Tliero lived a mnn-und who was lie ? Moriul ! hovve'er iliy lot lie cast, Tlwt man resembled dice ! XJnkiiuivn llio legions of Ills hirili. I'lie land in which he died unknown, His name hath perished fiom the c.irlh, This liuih survives alone That joy, find Brief, mid hope, nnd fear, Alternate triumphed in Ins brcint, 11 is bliss and wo, a finite, u tear ! Oblivion hides the rest. The loundins pulse, the languid limb, The changing ppii it's rise and fall, c know that lhee were fell by him, For thcic me fell by all. He suffered but his ians3 arc o'er, Enjovcd but his delights are fled, Had friends iiis friends are now no more, Anil foes bis foes aiedcad. ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 21 April 1837

'FRIDAY MORNING, A t It I I. 21. N. Y. Election. The Wlilcfl have gained a splendid triumpli at thu recent charter election in the city of New YorN. '.Thcircandidate for Mayor, Aaron Clark, is elected by about four thouinnd mnjority over t ho regular Tamnny candidate, and thcy bnvo carried twelve of the seventeen .Aldermen and eleven of the Assistants making tbo joint vote 23 to II. This is indeed an iwftil admonition to tho new .President but a bcarl-chccring ovunt for the Whigs of New York nnd tho Union. Wo -copy the comments of t ho American : OLOItlOIJS RESULT : New York, April M, Wo li.it u met llio en cmy nutl lie is now routed nnd beaten nl utmost .every point, nficr mi ;imIiioim iind unceasing fight. Wo have carried nitr Mayor liv nn unexpected and overwhelming in:ijor ity, nnd our Common Council Uy nl least, nn iindi.putcd m.ijnrily or I EN l Wo congrnlulmo our Wliig brethren nnd nil others who eonlnbutcd lo this consimilionul nnd rrpnl). limn vininry, upon llic triumph nfl...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 21 April 1837

COMMUNICATION. NO. II. Mr. Editor : In your Inst I pave nn ex 'tract from Mod. do Stncl's Germany, rx 'hibiting the national fondness for music, and their skill in it. It will nnturnlly be 'inquired wlint this love of music and uni 'vcrsal cultivation of it, docs for Germany whether it improves national character nntl odds to tho 6iim of individual and social happiness ? Instead of attempting to answer this question, I Bhall present somo fact? nnd suggestions to your readers. In look ing over the report on Public Instruction in Prussia by M. Victor Cousin, the schol ar, Ihc philosopher, and the legislator, to 'Count do Montalivct minister of public in 'etruction in Franco, I find singing classed "with reading, as a branch of instruction In oil ecIiooIb. The reasons of it may be 'found in the following extracts from ihc ubovc nomcd work, "Singing is introduced 'to improve Ihc voices of tho children, and to elevate their hearts and minds, to per fect and ennoble tho popular tongs and ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 21 April 1837

C S2 f: No. 208 Wasiii.noton SvnKU-r, Boston, Importer and Dealer in English, Canton, French, German and American Fancy Goods. Qi ITIUOINED is a Calalnguo ofsmno oniin O various kindsnrGoods W. W. MESSER is constantly iccoivitiy: from the Foreign und Domestic Munufuctutor. In soliciting iho custom of Merchants and Doalcrs. lie assures tlioin that hu willful! his goods lor Cash 01 Credit, tit as low juices and on as ff nod tonus as can bo found in uny City in I Ik: Union. Moving hut leccntly commenced business, lio will liu pleased to sell for Cash al a much lower ralu of profit than tho old and cslablish. ud houses nfllio City aio in praotieu ofduing ISICII GOODS. Gold and silver Pencil CaCR in great vari ety; gold, silver, shell, pearl and finely painted Snnll' and Tobacco I'oxe.s; silver Spoons, Thimbles, butter .ami fruit Knives: pen rl, agate and glass silver mounted Seals; silver moun ted Dirlss, Scissors, Stilettoes, Emeries and Waxes; silver Tooth Picks, Whistles and Ualllos;...

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