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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Civilian and Gazette — 18 May 1858

í ^JSgpit. J. Forwet, i morning from Houston, with 138 balea ootton, and the following passengers: J P Millard, Jáeob Harmon, C J Bannderean, Mi Castile, and 2 negroes. The Ban Antonio landed and took on freight yes- terday, between Allen & Falcon' , and J. J. Cain <fc Co* were houses. The bayou la higher thín it bes ban any time since Sept. '54. The Neptune waa gotten of Morgan's flats yesterday, and to now lying fely at Harriabnrg. The steamer EoHpss started down with the V. 8. Malla, but met with a alight aooident in the second bend betow Houston. When the San Antonio wassail for and harried off with the mail.' The Bayon at Houston waa about on a stand when the boat toft. At Lynohborg it had overflowed, end wss still rising feat. There was a strong current in all the bayous. BT* The schooner Stampedftsrrlved at New York April 29, from Lavaca, Texas. tar The sohooner Csar cleared at New York for Galveston the 89th ult. 0T- The steamer Betty Powell arrived last night from Li...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Civilian and Gazette — 18 May 1858

Mjmt.: ZfJ cSHc 7{ m PfteJ oar latest a «OEWArTniSlSWB. O, B. RANDOLPH. f 1- . i é rf . liti i*4S. ■m w>«i *wrctsB as TSIDAY-MATH, 1S58. The ocaamer Island City, Capt. i. H. arrived this momio* from Houston with Sbehm, Daagberty, W<_. £M Smitfc, TJ PitadJa, fTs^/ferrss^ss * lfejor J. W. Boott, and'i. p. Sawyer are pseeengera by the Magnolia. Sawyer and Bieher have received all the principal mall contracts West of Trinity Elver. B*ow*bvillb. — The Demócrata of Cameron oounty hare nominated Stephen Powlcr, ^q., for Chief JoaUss; i. Q. Browne, for Sheriff ; Henry Klsbn for Assessor sod Colleotor f J. Bsrthslow, for County Clerk ; 0. A.. Emmons, for Coroner. HT The Brownsville Flag learns ^bat Mr. Bah renger had been killed by Dr. Jlmepea at or near Edinbargh. Mr. Babrenger resided in Edinburgh, and Dr. Jimencein.,Beynoea, Mexloe. The qua* rel is said to have originated about the right of possession to a traot or land in Hidalgo oonnty, tw H is reported that some old Mexican Gu- b...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Civilian and Gazette — 18 May 1858

m * mm*á w CJ ^ .Citoaugrdlfu* > itiílír; Ifóa 1>1# C (jV'.J 11.1.41) '!l? Ugmmesii .3,000 balee to'UM^Wheta l^Silí.wM neater the Italian * .i ,"bfakrwi>" ¡ «t«<l of bankrupt. " m alte un- bnt the fig- 0S>^ yrimunVHi, bill for sp- Meiieo and rr, ' Mr. i. ¿.in.4 >r j*5?>*y** *¿ Arrival of tbe lat lost., has , Pfftl i * . Ob A steamship iverpoolon >, with In' thaa that The Twins Conrt-HarUal. ^Asninaron, May rM.—Tbe court-msytialhskll., Newport, Ky., found General ~ " - - of tba to 65,000 , on acoonnt of the rendered by the latter. are for fair Mobile 7>¿d. $ ft.; Orleans 7^1-l#d.^for middling Mo- Ihe OntrafW ait xamplco. VíAtrnthon, Kay IS.—The Freeidcnt baa aent in hia reply to the resolution of Confess, calling for information respecting the outrages committed bitt Td.; for middling Uplands 6, «áiüríí tipy* <- "v :.i.movement ia i-" f ilonriaata it no obange of on American Teasels at Tampico, ands&ya that the HexieacfgOTernmetit expresses regret at...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Civilian and Gazette — 18 May 1858

n. K.' Ll -Li . 1.Off ■yvirivm ' tobaecor, and saya he, "I and then ed like wagon and whip m i-fl I wish • of culture, has giren bis thia shrub as abed lished in the Gonntry Gen he expresses mar be samm fl! d the Colonel bat no-p&rt of « I put it to him elled, Enough 1 I the tall brimstone •jh*|'s ,aquaforti81" Saya he,— Wi*y\ and if I only know'd on next election." Says tf horse, half e—that's got ngiieat dog in ' throw down, I tuck.' J. B. .. Orange reliability of recently pnb The judgement following one year's h occur in oar It shoaid not be exposed the it has grown from jthe seed; nor " till they have of failure in most oases have been of the soil, poor plants, care Crusting of tbejob to "pro- makers," who were strangers to that farmers should persevere in the work of planting the Osage Orange for fen- ced, using the greater care, and doing tbe work better in every respect than heretofore. A farmer may on a good soi( bring a hedge to serve as a good fencein four years from p...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Civilian and Gazette — 1 June 1858

mm \ r-n •? ... .. - • i iJ)rinttng<Dl IDAY MGnp 111 M kill- ivingV atora Resday mora- ara to heno the inaiu rD through Den- ave ítolan, witb is on the bead Í Elm criieka. tbfe county to atad; bat greatly atlons, and the appre- In the mean time ¡tion ia at band. Slat says that Capt. J. Austin the day previous opany of Bangers from the frontier, well mounted and ready for , and offered his services to the under the provisions of the now regiment majority of the Company tire from the of San Saba, Brown and Llsno, and feel the necessity of immediate protection from the fre- quent excursions of the Indians into those counties. The State Gazette saya that Gov Buonela, in anticipation rfaTeqaiattton fecm the P|>(uaa«Hi, cr.. &¡y tin Tflm Mgtmáit bill, detern;intd to autho- rize the following name<i gentlemen to raiaa com- patiiea in their respectivo districts of oountry. Colonel John T. Ford, of Travis; Co!. Henry E. McCullough, Guadalupe Capt. Wra. G. Tobin, Bexar ; Capt. E....

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Civilian and Gazette — 1 June 1858

í Pr;". ■RÉP lis Mttpi *13 \ . Jatfe Wat i House «tí" r. Clark, of New i on tho Judicii igai from | of tbe memor JMe in trly part of| charges of i ftadent, sad maintained the i to the right of search to t to ten i resist these outrages. Water Witch i I to sail for ths Qalf i Colorado, wbieb 1 , bears orders to I >lsafc 'active forinfor latTam- l by tha Ü n- " The trial of Gen. i neutrality laws, t ■Ü1L~ m at ieX@17Xe-, 6 «cos., usual selection; TOO dry Texss, a superior lot, SB lbs, at 21o., 6 m, usual seleetion ; and of Tbxas Dkes Suva a sala of J,000 lbs. at 38}¿e., Wat salted Texaa Hides are par pound. SÉ#'"** * |W There were 1MA9 Texas New York daring the week ending May 11. CoKriBMATiow 0 thb Utah News—St. Louis, May 17.—A dispatch baa been received ban, dated at Fort Leavenworth, on the 14tb, Mating that tha newB from Utah is unofficial; bat a private letter received by Col. Bich, at tbe fort, corroborates the statement. The general tenor of tbe report la uni- versally cred...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Civilian and Gazette — 1 June 1858

mm mm ?saí i and lbs JOB I Beard, J W , 14 oh deck. iVgVV YoBA", Thai advance i the i Sir «ill be here hood. isa Nnecas, reporta bo British Havana*, on his pre- not i asked where be was from and On answering "ioe" the Capt. great anxlsty for a supply; his hatches. The i paper and pe- ta search of ataren, and bad orders to board all vessels be thought proper. E« waa not uncivil, but Captain i «as somewhat indignant at the proceeding l a maaeaabla amount of spirit in the In BMBImímííííéíí Dowel), -still exhibit sake of lOTiAt.MA.-Tbe Courier gf es a flattering ac- eonnt of the prospeot for the railroad from India- sola into the interior " ■took required to per oant paid to organize Tbe. new yarda long ISO feet, with the i completed. It is 800 a T-head 200 by its entire length, of bsggage, freight of the track there is - pass abreast. i of oonfand ootton. One «ore rain, crops yield a$nnd°n t° a sample of _ noted ta ^paríf> of. th!,'eouniy, wbi mitad to be of finest texture/ The rais...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Civilian and Gazette — 1 June 1858

with a firm and with the Royal t i previous); . ct it, had j ' r«: r of good order i the Mid Twiggs, Texas, having re tl Order, Wo. 12S, of t tbe i9th October, 1857, appoint a Court of In- adjuped and decided ic i that be, tbe said Toiggp, ie 14th December. 1867, in t'a orders aforesaid, pob- • his command, oon of Inquiry, eontra- pronouceed in tbe President's ' In that be, the said Twiggc. tinWar Department in a letter # in regard to out is the specifica? 0 said inatruc- fexas, he, i be said Ban Antonio, Texas, on tbe 8tb £ In eonténapt ©f the obedience and to tbe said decision of the Presi candle, pe they were, went on mmmm hia little pieces of leid, through which he made ature with a pin's point. simple constructed instrument, great joy that he was tbe maker capital microscope for those times, to the ra of the day Dispatch attributes conspicuously ales, wines, great deal of the attentiou of —the moderate ^hMwly Oh 1 what if I And wl Baffin J* long to the rigor Of the head And we ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Civilian and Gazette — 15 June 1858

JUNE 8, 1858 triíl5S sm*$: 15,1858. GALVESTON, at fff'Si - == THURSDAY Oalveat WEDNESDAY, JUNE 9, 1868. hiob the F cent, C Vincent, Mm Mrs Ball. J Maura end ¡UhrtAw>yMHg Avgiwi , C pt. P. J. Menard, ar- i with 816 bales oot- l Middleton, Nixon, Cart, Mre Oenee* children, Mre Anil , Joges, Lavender and on deok. Marshal of the U. 8. from Washington this morning. The been adjourn- In July. ' mif "• 'M? f&M ■ m : ■ .'<® i waa almost ill a state of oivil war a. The old game of intimidation i had tpen began, with a view to it pal election, to be held yesterday, i a Vigilance Committee had been tip altowyds legalized as a bjnthOMayor and Inspector of . On the Sdinst. a detachment of the com- : possession Of the State Araenal and the Look-up adjoining. After that, i had the position completely guarded with I omtposts, and artillery planted so aa to hat approaches. is Delta saya— which had been stationed at the • and Boyal, waa wheeled baok and a good barricade of plank A gun immed...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Civilian and Gazette — 15 June 1858

that there and silver fortune it eoald _ the A" UW treaty of Ghent, w ble with the stipulated that passed^! frican slave trade. stipulated and Great to effect its abolition. nlted their beet endeavor* Shortly after, an act of Con- mutual engagements ... BM , stage, a correspondence took place between our late miniater at the Court of 8s. Jamea and Lord Palmwaton on the subject, in which the latter openly and boldly claimed the right of search, and which was promptly and decid- edly repelled on oar Me. We had long tinea taken onr stand againat it, and had restated its abnae, as a beligerent right, at the mouth of the cannon. Neither honor nor policy on onr part oould tolerate its ezeroiae in time of peaee in any form—whether in that of search, as claimed by Lord Falmeraton, or the law offensive and anteaaonable one of viaita- next requke_that something should be done. It was in aueb a state of things that the negotiation commen- ced—and commenced, in part, in referenoe to thia railro...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Civilian and Gazette — 15 June 1858

Prices Current. COMMERCIAL. Morgan, Capt. B. flaee (Saturday) morning. iDelgodo, Mrs Casi- Ltaie La tela Lanly, Mia Broad well lady ! ÍM Th« Otimlow.—There to aa yet, hot little proa- peetofan abatement of the water of tbe Missis- sippi. At the last accounts by telegraph the water waa (till riaing at Cincinnati 5 at. St. Lonto it wsa rising, the Mtaaonri liver had cnt through the Illi- nois river, opposite its month, antf to pouring an immense flood of water into Long Lake; and there appeared to be a probability of the inundation of the low lands all along the Mississippi. The Brigg crevasse, near Yioksburg, to still pour- ing out its waters. The Viokburg Whig saya: The river continues to rtoe slowly at this point. The news from above to unfavorable. We have heard nothing direct from " Hesperia" crevasse, but learn that a well-known gentleman haa contracted to close it, or charge nothing for the pt. The Concordia Intelligencer says: Much anxiety has been felt in regard to the safety...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Civilian and Gazette — 15 June 1858

• 1 But now We're blaaU n-- ..'■. bat frail, í¿S«ÍSr¿i) >, ir led, . _ s when we were Pioneers, &c. s of life is abort: 'day ~ i the halting step, a way, > bright than this, oser we may all mi still throw, a we were Pioneers, &o. 1 THe Affair of the Clarendon. F B1IDSX3 TO SHOW HIS PAPERS.—SIR BULL homed off. {¡apt. Bartlett, of the ship Olarendon, recently k near Double Head Shot Key, has famished the following particulars of a gross outrage perpetrated upon him ael/^bia vessel and the1 United States while lb*fty at anchor in the outer harbor of Sa- g a la Qrande, on the 2d of Hay, by H. B. M. steamship Buzzard. My vesaeV waa at anchor three miles from the ua, in the outer harbor, receiving cargo few Tork. At about 10 o'clock in the morn- ing bfthp 2d of May, the steamer Buzzard hove in sight seaward, and rapidly approached the harbor and east anchor half a cable's length from my ship. Very soon after a boat, in charge of a midshipman, came alongside. Mounting the sid...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Civilian and Gazette — 22 June 1858

... iiliPg A 1 j ' "$ *>' *í • >' - - —•=', - ■3 ft"-'- *■' ' • y . .f.V. ■: *• > >5-. ' Í^éé Stiff* 4 ■ • -1 K". GALVESTON, TUESDAY MORNING, ÍE 22,1858. NO. 12. > Press, 3d Jone ] CALAMITY "M sutlafe. -*nk _ o Cotton since lsi Sept. as far as all U.S. ports, apto tbe end of last it. .. * tbe corresponding pe- l of ninety thousand thirds, or sixty thons- From B: We have received Brownsville jtpera to the ad Ófelséi. Tbe Flog of that data baa tfea following, ny A Tornado portions of which are new: jéÉLinjürbb. jofSL-i til* Diiagter, particulars of the of the Tillage of t instantly—une 1 ten more it Of tbe latter, ■—raak , bis son about >r of whum is whole family fragments of deposited a house stood, about fifteen a frightful ved till the infant Vn her arms on coin- was tossed its cry to at - ht, her rsa of its drifted to discover Col. H. L. ^wkky, who Central America, and ci nisbing r, for the past few years, retnrn- | i laat night. Be bia virtaes or bis Tices what ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Civilian and Gazette — 22 June 1858

t«¿: 1 , 1888, - •; IIM Issti to Mr. Jas. So*ley, the following . J. Menard, w- : with 298 baits oot- i, Wolfe, Cowen. „ , - __ , Brown, Dalyell, Young, ífeeler, WinV.am Montgomery,H« hbnry.Grimes, Brtuth, Harria, Folk , Logree, Nathuain, Gerson, Hrr,aer °a, Feelhnry, Castle, Boweo.Cunningham, Wil iama, Mrs Rumzsy A sister, Mrs Coleman, A Ramsey lad, A cbllá, Mrs Hine, Mite Early, Miss Mrs Young * sister, J A Williams and , ~Jbe steamer Tennessee, Capt. Warnock, ar rived this morning from Liberty with the following pameogere: M C Lester, H Close, J Hsrmsn, Mr. Cleveland. B gaman, J Dann, Markbart, 6 Kicks, J DeBlanc. D . Wm B Smith, Bowman, Mrs. C M White, and 1 on deck. No P08TP0MXMXHT. —Tbe steamer Tennutee will positively make the trip to Clear Creek to-morrow, witboot regard to the Burnt,/* of patsecgers who ' offer, or any other contingency which csn be d. Those who desire to spend the dsy on the water and main land will And this a j favorable opportunity. .tion, at Uempetead, ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Civilian and Gazette — 22 June 1858

ii'- i ... ■ All tbo hours end half tot below tbe in the MM freshet of 1M4. Mississippi is still rising. AtDnbuqoe, - - Illinois, the river is sgftin wss falling ftt Boonvilla oa 8ator is now sn sddition*! rise oomiog , Jane 14.—The river here is slowly 115 feet (I) of water on thesis. Elver u« iMsntMt New*. Sr. Louis, June 15 —The river oppoeite this point is rising very slowly. ~ r Mississippi b rising. The Missouri Is 9 dsy for M. Morrison left this port to- tate««Crop* Duugsi The river st this point is rising st the rate of sn inch per hour, snd it is raining heftvily. The first story of houses on the levee are inundated. The Missouri and the Upper Mississippi, ws learn are rising rapidly, snd on the letter a number of > reported to b« inundated. The damage dono to property is immense ; and thg injury to the crops by the heavy rains is oonsi . Canto, June 1#*—The water is still rising, and is now sweeping over the Ohio levee. Mr. Ashby, the chief engineer of the Illinois Cen-...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Civilian and Gazette — 22 June 1858

: ' } .1 I ' ' ■ WE I JT'T*^ *..>*--. ii i n p> | Nfrj i win %'^k ipy ■>'*■ -.i r' - -.wagK-> ••• \ ip^r ■J| ,'Sa^1 yjy^jpgyijy^ i j^a^v J?WjA># ^nÉU^jiríá«t t* ewer '« ITV1 A-; - tines all the dis- sita the that he i hie own tongue. i own work, and in the strict- man ; yet from his Mr* rated. At sixteen I a surveyor, and for — pursuit, where the for- , fat meditive solitude, to freedom of mind; aad nature revealed to him her obedience to serene and silent laws. In bis intervals from toil he seemed always to be at- M>y be took and his shows how he the power of writinc himself with clear- and directness, often with felicity of language frontiers on the West became dis- at nineteen was commissioned adju witt the rank of msjor. At twenty- is the envoy of Virginia to tbe council of Indian chiefs on the Ohio, and to tbe French officers near Lake Erie. Fame waited upon Urn frora his youth, and no one of bis colony was so much spoken of. He conducted tbe first military ta...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Civilian and Gazette — 29 June 1858

■ : 1 fe -1 ' 3 ' !• • wgmM | a¿M.ÜL '.fllBb^aal mmm ' 4* • Í £ - - af Slii . GALVESTON, TUESDAY MORNING, JUNE 29, Í858. pr-% J Star* The Book tad Job Office of the Civilian la now folly supplied with orory description of Plain and fancy Type, embndng Ornamento, Borders, Flourishes, Scripts, etc., etc., which have been selected with the greatest care, so as to enable as to please the ftney and gire sattafrettaa to all who fcvor ns with their orders. We hare now Ave Presses, among which Is one of the bostlmprovedSteam,Air Spring,Drum-Cylinder Power Presses, and the Magnetic Patent Card and Job Preas. within the last few months upwards of Ato thousand .dollars hare been expended for additional materials, -v * with our former large stock, Justifies as NO. 13 -¡m*^ without Capt. P. J. Menard, on with the fol- Eeaayal pa: Sterling waa sold at little with bill of lading at 107. 11 at an extreme range of 5f. 80@5f.- iay billa on Sew York were Bold at eading drawers bold at X%. There L for ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Civilian and Gazette — 29 June 1858

-;íT- ¡M I «39 I J ¡T"íí Si "i Sil fifi 1 2|EP 13 a m . if* í ' :■ J ■ a year in do not infallibly bring remain to be unlearned, there ia a vide field for investigation still open in the It ta no longer Eepy can bring rain at his ice to the coun- at 2,057,95* States, on the , the'article is made in in torrid regions,' and from the maple in temperate zonae. Of the first about 100,- 000 tons are made, moatly on the Coromandel Coast and the Ides of the Archipelago. Maple su- gar is mostly the product of Canada and the North- ern United States, and may reach 20,000 tona. Beetroot sugar hm come to be an important indus- try, and la in process of rapid development. There are in operation in France 841 factories; Belgium, 40 ; Zollverein, 231; Austria, 171; Russia, 860 ; Poland 40. The total production has averaged 104,- 822 tone. Thus the production of sugar is aa fo!- ■■■■■■híémmhéi Cane Sugar -* Palm Sugar........ Beetroot Sugar...j Maple Sugar tons 2,057,658 100,000 164,823 20,247 Afte...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Civilian and Gazette — 29 June 1858

y spp?, M A intrií^mí. of roí 112.—Sales of > 11th iBrt., were 49,000 balea o f 1 to 2d. ad Bails £6 6a. . Tallow dull at 63s 8d market i unchanged. Tbe securities daring tbe week heve ! no char gas of importance «re re- |f ÍÍWIWr ML^íJP from India reporte tbat tbe i of Busilcnnge, a place on tbe Dannya river, €€• dim of France whiela oon- I energy, have excited consider- mme alarm in Europe. Tbe En- ot waa discussing the subject, cha Heaalai la cuba. i from Madrid state positively tbat Concha of Coba. T*« CafUarl Affair. i affair bad been adjusted. (rations la France, preparations being made in France ' to tbe British Parliament, i Laker Hereaeat la France, in the Honee of Commons, bad tbat tbe British Gov- ¡ bad acqoieeced ft lie African free labor ¡ofFrance. v. - Austria and France. Difficulties were threatening to break ont between Austria and France. ' lnflla. Tbe British Forces bad oeoupied Bareilly and B(>hlonnd without resistanoe. Later intelligence from India bad arri...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Civilian and Gazette — 29 June 1858

: 'íjr; V # " ' ' ' -v'.. ■ ^ l 11 yiBP I i 11 IM it Nations. nn- íngiy r rule k '• life, paaaí Ifce eeen, more eloquent- of men and The beat to % child isa **• of holiness relation or •4 do are . I Í* ow« by far m Pre_ Ifjirac- enahrn of Na- to regen- ffira to hto Tth old tas e«r been prea^ed Or written on . ot Christianity. wZrWWW^^[ m_ mi ! a graphic of appointing tyth tO%e a terror to delinquents, to penitence and tribulation The tythingman, aa a badge a lung staff, on t ne of which on the other a formidable knob, when any of of the eon- aomuolonce—which they though such fault ia not known walk stealthily along to where tbo was sitting, and if a female,, tickle her] the Jox-tail, or ii a male, give him a pret hit on tbe head witb the knob end of bii telón. Tbe method was very efficacious ii the kiefpere to their propriety. We are no such severity is needed, where the >n of ihetimeehas extracted1 poppies from on and removed the necessity for tything- 1 of atúfente lose i 10>...

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