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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 28 April 1837

NOT THE GLORY O F C JE S A R RUT THE WELFARE OF ROM E. BY II. B. STACY. FRIDAY, APRIL 28, 1837. VOL. X No. 514. LUCY CARROLL. a sketch. i Tako li.ick liie; ornvl i.ko luck iho bowl Resntvc it for pulluti'tl lips : I would not bow u slitinlcjs soul Ucncalli ha dink n nil I'uul cclip'C.' ""V 'Lucy, my child,' said Mrs. C.irroll, 'do you know it is wiiic pcrcl that George Dur wwooA is forming habits of dissipation ! 1 I would not grieve yon Lucy yot it is well llii warn you of dnncr j nod when even y Dur wood's friends arc forced to ackhowl edge that ho altered, wo havo reason to fenr that our ingenious and high minded friend is indeed listening with n charmed car to the voice of that Byrcn, the end of of whoso song is destruction. You have '-heard of those reports, my child .' A slight quiver came over the lip of the Voting girl, who stood silent, before her mother, as pale and certainly ns beautiful 'as the most exquisite statuo Lifting her moistened blue eye to her mother, while an ...

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. — 28 April 1837

JUNIUS IN THE UNITED STATES.) Observing in this Inst nnniucr nT the Nm. Vnrh Ailiion. Hint I ho Scotch news - papers nro reviving tho inquiry ro?prct iny ti, l.tnmliv nf '. inmns." ii ml are miinlititf 'othia country ns I ho probable depository . entire POLITICAL POWER run CON "feotnc evidence that benrs upon it, 1 em-1 CENTRATEI) in thu SAME MAN. ploy a moment's leisure In explain mom lolly tint only the nature of tho evidence. but the ilcfjrcu ot importance wuicn may tie nltnched to it . Iii 1t)'J7, Dr. Brewster, now Sir David fhowed to n gentleman, now in this conn try, Borncoftho literary correspondence which Ins fat iior.tn- law, tho eolcurated Ossi'AN M acpherson, ns ho is called, hnd had with various distinguished individuals. Amongst Mm rest wore letters signed LiAcitt.AN McLkan. These were generally written with much v cor of style. The metaphors nnd figures in which thev about) ded were always forcihle nnd ol'ien quite remarkable for their beaut v. Sir David .pointed out s...

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. — 28 April 1837

FRIDAY MORN I NO, APRIL 28. The government tins brought this once prosperous People to a condition (if I lie most appalling distress. "Gen. Jackson, when elected to tho Presidency, fntinll ns a nation, the ndinirnlion of tho World, tie called bad men to bis 'cituiicils. "Corrup. tion become the order of tho day." Vio tors wcro proclaimed to ba cnliilodto the spoils of the 'vanquished. Tllo People's Treasury was thrown open to the office holders. The Government became pro fuse and prodigal. lis officer?, availing themselves of tho power and money of the Administration, amazed large fortunes. The examples was contnjinns. Tho cu 'pidity of citizens was excited, and all rush cd wildly into speculation. In the mean time n profligate war was waged ngoinst 'the United States Bank, which ended in 'the destruction of that Institution. Then commenced n series of ruinous Expnri "mehls'opon the Currency. But the bal ance wheel wos 'broken. The U. S. Dank which had presided over the Currency, 'c...

Publication Title: Burlington Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 28 April 1837

AGRICULTURAL PAPER I Hutlcr Hogs Lard n n1 nnllB puhl.ehcr of tho OBNBSHH Mam,, Fo, sale by Lovisi.v fc , X FARM BR. grateful lor the patronage hitherto extended to hu Ariciiltnrul pa pers, would give noiico that n now volume (tho 7th) oftho Gr.Ni:t:r. V'aumi:ii. will commence on I ho firt of January, J037. It will boon'argod and ot herwiso unproved, nnd no exertions sputo.d In fctir-i am tliu high rnuk il Imsi nttnincd. U is published every Snlurdny, in qunrlo form, making mi mum nl volumo of 1 1 0 pages, til $i a yenr, VnD' able in advance. The 2d volume of Hie Mu.vrnr.v (ibne fkb Faumi'.ii also commences on t Iks first of Jnnunrv. It is published on the first oi nnr.li month. Ifi nn0S lur-'O OfilnVO. at 50 rculs n venr Seven copies lor Si for 5. nlwnys in ailvnnce. All letters to coine free of poilngo. OTostmnsters and others in all section of the conulry, arc respectfully invited to net as agents to procure subscibers for these papers. nnd Pork Abbott. April I ! Working Oxen, Fa...

Publication Title: Burlington Free Press
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Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 5 May 1837

NOT THE O L O It Y O F C JE S A K 5 U T T II I W K I. F A UK O F II O 31 13. BY U.K. STACY. "THREE WAVS OF LIVING" FRIDAY, MAY 5, 1837. VOBi. X No. 515 Wo rxtrnct nil amusing past-age from hi? excellent nml interesting book. As the nppcnmtie.o of property lint) In1 r.omc noccFsnry, economy tnnl be practised somewhere, lii 'bring mil i lie yonr. Thisol course fell upon the inlcrior. .lane hnd boon in the Imbit of superintending her own af fairs, nnil seeing untliing wnslecl mid noth ing used superfluously. Tin.-system, while it extended lo mob lind In nil. wns cliucr 1'nlly rt!CPivid. Hut wIipii I he i!nincfiliv Sound Mint I he limine." of the ki'cheii were not proportionate 10 the -nrlor. limy tol I lier l lint she might 'bed; out for oilier help.' Those mistresses of families who hnvo ever iwporionccd the lint rn-it-inu labor ol koeptni' up : showy appearance in I lie parlor, with tiirict economy in the kitchen, will i-yiupn Ibiso with poor Jatio in her arduous tr,-k. They will und...

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. — 5 May 1837

31 it. wr.Msrr.ms m'hixii. "o:u coUN.ruv om: cii.nstitutiom om: )KsTIY." Mr Ciiaiiiman, am Fr.i.i.ow Citizens ; it would bo idlo I" mi' Id nllVo.l to he in OifTorctit to llif circumstances under which I have nnvv Ihu honor of addressing you 'S find myself in lliu commercial inoiropn. lis nf t he continent, in 1 h e inula of n vast assembly nf intelligent nion, drawn from nil the? classes-, profusions, nnil pursuits of life. And yon havo been pleased, gentlemen, to mceli ttm. in this imposing manner, nml to offer mc warm nnd cordial welcome to your city. 1 tliunlt yon. I loci iho full force mid importance of thin manifestation of your regnrd. In the highly flattering resolutions which invited mo hero, in the reepiciubdily of'.lhis vast niuhiiutli; cf my tclluW'cilis Mia. and in Ihu approbation nnd hearty pood will, which you have here tnnnilt'Mod. I fool cause lor profound and grnlclul ncknow lodgment. To every individual of this meeting, therefore, I 'would now, mnft respectfully, m...

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. — 5 May 1837

iti emphatic tones for united and strenuous resistance. Tlio oppressions of our pub lic scrvnnts arc loo grirvinus to In; borne. 'Some plnn mutt In) divisul Id throw oil' tlio yolc. Slaves wo nre mid slaves we bhall continue, to lie. unless I ho people themselves apply the remedy. When Ci.av nnd Wnivrnu in tlio Senate. Jiur.GKs and Joii.n Quincv Adams in the House, warned us nf the rvils which must flow from the measures of Andrew Jackson and his successor, tlio people wo to incredu lous, and madly rushed on to ruin. Now. they may leant political wisdom from ex perience, and recur to tlio lessons which those statesmen inculcated. It U rumoured that by the failure of the great Tennessee houso of Vealman, Wood &, Co, General Joc-uni is a severe suffer er, and that he hud loaned his name to a relation closely connected with land spec kulnlione, to the amount of $300,000. Trial or Wnm:. Tlio Metropolitan hins Mic following nut ice of While, who is 'now being tried at Wtr-hinglon. Wh...

Publication Title: Burlington Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 5 May 1837

Charlotte Female Seminary, PjpilFi summer term f Una school will Ji- commence on the 10th nf May next nnil cunt mite '-.'J week-!, including two quarters of eleven wiM-Urt each, nnil a rccorn tit' olio wcok nt tin.1 close of the first qnnr tt r. Mist M A II V (i 110 UT will coin in Hi) III IlllVi! Illf! MlpUIVISMD (if 1 1) K'lllHll. 1 n the scleciinu mid management ''IC studios, pari iculti r nltoii'ion will bi' paid to Hie character nnd previous annulments of 1 he learner. It h designed so far ns tin' circumstances of thu pupil will iidnih, to pursue n I lmriir nnd sjstrmniie cnurso, in lhu vn nous branches of mi English Hdtiea ion. Il is the wish of the Trutce-i thtil ibis institution should in nil respects bu such ns to merit public put routine, rut her Ibnn fiivnr loon! ink-rest. In accordance with this intention I bey do not receive pu pits who tiro under twelve years of tig-. About IG young ladies can be nccotiiniuda tcdattbe Hoarding Mouse. Hoarders will be received in privat...

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. — 12 May 1837

NOT THE GLORY OF CiESAItJ II U T THE WELFARE OF ROME. BY Jff.B. STACY. From ihe Baltimore Farmer. SPRING CROPS-CORN. This grain, ns wc nil lnnw, is, when Well cultivated, capable of yielding mure grain In llio acre more farinaceous mntc rial than nny other, nnc) such is its pecii liar aptitude to occomtnodnto itself cither to the long summers of our more southern region, or the short, ones of I he cast, that varieties whdi take all the fructifying in fluence of tho former to ripen their ker nels, when translated to the latter, so ac commodate themselves to the moro brief duration of summer in that quarter, as to perform all its work of maturing before the nutuninal frost". But with nil its excellent qualities of nulrilon, productiveness, and Kicclimalion, there is no crop more uncer tain or precarious: there is none which octter rewards high and neat cultivation, or punishes with moro scycrity, he who tampers with iis growth in n slovenly manner, on soil despoiled of its virgin stre...

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. — 12 May 1837

concurred in It The net wns done, vii li mit tlii' assent of Congress, undngninst the well known opinion of Congress. Tlint net nllrred the law of I lie land, or purport . ml to niter it, ngainst Hit! well known will of the law-making power. Pur one, I cmiless, I fcc no nntliorily wlinlcvcrin the constitution, or in nny law. for this treasury order. Those who have undertaken to nmiiitnin it, have placed it on grounds, not only different, liul inconis tent nnd contradictory. The reason which one give.0, another rejects ; one confute?, what another argues. With one it is the joint resolution of IfilG, which pave the authority; with another it is the law of 1B20, with a third it is the gcncrnl super intending power of the president ; and this Inst argument, since it resolves itself into mere power, without slopping to point out the sources of thai power, is not only the Miortcst, but in truth the most just, ,11c is the most sensible, ns well as the most can did rensor.cr, in my opinion...

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. — 12 May 1837

VmotNiA. The Into Congressional elec tion in this slate seems rather to fovor til" prnlcslnnt Interest. In the twelve districts licnrtl from, six Whips nntl six lories ore Elected. The same district pent In the In el Congress four Whigs mid eight Tories Mr. Win: is rc -elected by nil increased tnnjnrily. Wlinl will Mrs Grundoy fov to that? Ai.danv Election. The Whig9 of Al bnny.nt their Charter Filcction achieved one of the most splendid political triumphs recorded in llio annuls of that city. The Copilol of ihe State is well known as the Ilcnd Quarters of Hint overshadowing des potism cnllcd the Albany Recency, which holds in its bonds the public revenue, public property, nnd the immense party patronngc of the Empire State. And even here, whom the whole official power of Now York is concentrated, hnvcthe Whigs met the drilled cohorts of Ihn office-hol tiers and nobly TRIUMPHED. ' The Re pency, dreading the cfT.'Cts of nn adverse lestilt upon the waning fortunes nl Viin Burcn in t l...

Publication Title: Burlington Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 12 May 1837

Frederick BuolPs Estate. riO thu Hun. Hid Probate Court fur the JL Diutriet of Chittenden, comes llcnty P. Hickok, of Burlington, in Fold District nnd shews thai lio hid legal guardian tf Mortimer C. Buell, a male infant under the ngc oftwenty one yenrs, nnil uf Maria A. Bu ell, a female intniit under thu npn f cigliti-L n years, both of the town of Burlington nforcsoid ; that the said Mortimer C. anil Maria A. are seized ns tenants in common in I Imir mm riirlil ill I'm? of n curtain nor. eel of land being the undivided Half of seventy acres in Burlington, lying on t lie Ilincshurgh rond and known us lliu Barber place, the same being subject to the wid ow's dower ;and that a sulc of tai J par rel ni lnml is conducive to the best inter csts of his said wards. Therefore he pray said Court to grant him license nnd cm power him to sell the find land and your potitionor win ever pray. HuNnv P. IllCKOK. Burlington, April 11, 1037. STATE OF VERMONT, ) DisrntcT op Chittenden, ss. The Prola...

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. — 19 May 1837

NOT THE GLOIIY OP CiESAKJ IJ U T THE WELfAKE OF ROM 12. BY U.K. STACY. FRIDAY, MAY 19, .1837. VOL. X No. 517 IS FARMING PKOFITARLE? In prosecuting the businrss of life, it is very ilcfiirnblo to do it in eucIi n nmnnnr that, so far as regards temporal matters, competency may nt least be secured; and the way in which this can be dona the most cosily, effectually, and with the least proba bility of reverse?, becomes an inquiry of considerable interest. Vc speak now of the ordinary means of obtaining a good living, of the regular prosecution oT pro. fessionnl business, of tho usual remits of trade, of money at the legal rates of inter, est, and farming as it has been on the average for the last five years. Now in solhc respects thu 'times arn out of joint;'1 all the customary modes of doing business seem to be broken up; men arc in haste to be rich ; and the opportunities forspcen lation, and tho success which in some in stances has attended it, appear In have had their influence every...

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. — 19 May 1837

I'ioiii llic Boston Alias. TUB WAR UPON TI1H nUURKNCY ITS CO MM V N C K M 13 N T AND 1SSUB Wc would cntl pnrticulnr nllcntinn to the fncts developed in I ho following nrliclo, which p events n view oft ho whole course of I ho Kvrculivo in relation to the Cnrrcn. cy showing its original plan oTptibslil lit ititT n Local P.ut.u Cunnr.Ncv for "the Cur rency of the U. S. Dank: I ho ndmi'tcd failure or t lint plan; the late nflcr Ihniighl -of n Metallic Currency, niul the admissions ofthe Incentive that it has destroyed the Currency, and done "little" towards intro ducing another. Wu give history of the whole proccs? as it is furnished by the doc. unicnls of the llxecutive Department. Such a series of failures, frauds, and false hoods, broken promises and exploded ex periments, ns ore exhibited in the following paragraphs, disgraces the diplomatic history of no other administration, popular or des potic, thai has ever fallen under our observation- the niKTENoni) Kvtr. to nn ni:Mi:in:i. i...

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. — 19 May 1837

V 11 I 1) A Y M O II N I N G, M A Y 19. Probably most of our renders are already apprised of lhu ciispcnsion of speck' pny rnciit-) by I bo New-York banks. Suhso. ciucntly, Ibo Boston, Philadelphia, net! Baltimore banks have also suspended, and ns n matter uTcourse, the enmity butiks.gcn. crnlly, will bo compclledtn fnllin with I be measure. With this result, wo are in no way surprised. It i? the nnliiral consc tjuenco ol' Gen. Jackson's "experiments" will) tlio cnrrene.y. To have expected any ihing else, was to turn a deaf car to the voice of nil history, and to deny to cause their natural iffrclp. lint wo timet take t liinn-s as ibnv nre. and make the best of them. Wo arc all in t no panic boat, and it is certainly the part of wisdom not to ag gravate bv needless excitement, rv Is al ready sufficiently formidable in themselves Notwithstanding I ho lempornry suspen. tiun ofspicic payments by tho banks, tl cro ran be doubt whatever as to their solvency and -rencral ability to meet a...

Publication Title: Burlington Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 19 May 1837

Stereotype Foundry. (Alto Arrangement.) HA V I N G (undo t. now t rm ujfamcti t in tlio stereotyping busi ness, tlio public ato here, by iii!'nrini:il that the present proprietor has fitted up tlio concern in a manner llml'rM bebtar in this latitude; and Minus uiuiscii ready to do all hinds of Hook work, in a style warranted to suit tlio tasto of publisher generally. JIT Job work ofevcry description donp on tilioit nolicu. Plates for Rlank Deeds, Writs. Executions, Notes &e,ftirnislied to order. Type CallcyV, a very convenient article for Printers made to order on lirnss copper or Russia Iron bottoms. Largo six horso Hnc cuts for ealo four hoiso do. small do. do. Largo bori-o cuts, small do. Also a groat variety of small cuts, of every description. ITT" I. cails furnished, from 3 to tlio Pica to 7. Tlio patronage ofllio public is lospeclfully solicited. All letters on business directed to t lie subscriber will receive prompt attention. (t. TAYLOR EATOX, Agent. Foundary in Latbro...

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. — 26 May 1837

N O T T HE G 1, O U V O F jV H A K 5 II V T T If II AV K I. F A It II O V It O M II . Modern rolurmors are not (iilly nworo of the difiicully they will find In make cnn. verts, when that perioifwhich sonic io fond ly anticipate rhall arrive: nn oro of universal illumination. They will llirn experience, a siniiliir rclmfl", with those w ho now at tempt In innltc proselytes nmongst the Jew;. These c u n'ng descend' n's of Lr. bnn shrewdly reply; pray would it not he better for yon Christians, fir.-l of all to dc cido n tn mi ei yourselves what Christ iinnty is, n ud when thai import nut point ia fully settled, then we think it wi'l bo time enough for yu to begin your r.Uourpta nt converting others ? And the reasoning and enlightened inquirer will also naturally enough demand of the reformist, what is reformation? This he will find to be almost as vnrious os the advocates for it. Tfo thor ough paced and Unitarian reformer, who thinks one year a sufficient period for n parliament, in or...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 26 May 1837

4 V . .. . t f w a y in. There in now n general t-iispr i.-ioit of fih cii' payments throualintit the cmtit t V. Kvcn l tie Moiropolis Hunk lit Washington. I hon ti Mis'tiined Tor a while by the U. 'S. Mini, lias finally knocked under, nml t lie government naw acknowledges iis inability to meet Us engogeincnts in oiihor gold or silver. The Secretary of tlio Treasury and the Post Muster (Jeiiernl bnvo each IkuI tln'ir drafts protested in New-York iiml Philadelphia within t tic last ten days. Now fur the bclla' currency. Mr. Wood bury gives notice that lie shall from lime to lime draw drafts on different fpci idiu ot 1 lie country, which tie "hopes, will he mcl In the satisfaction of thu ho'dcrs" if mil they will hi! received again by I ho govern inonl in payment for duties or public lands. Ho that the government creditor has noth tug to do but fpII ln protested Trcosiiry draft, for what it wi'l fetch in market, and Unit rea' a "genotnl How nf the precious m lals!" This is the miserab...

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Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 26 May 1837

ris Tin: i-Asr i'it:un op silver. Air I'lic Lift Rncc of SimiliiCT." ' I'm t lit; I it p'mtc uf silver Led ! Iciuiiii! alone Al in glittering cntiipniilniH II hp .molied nio gniia No Jip ill lis hindiod, i i levy is nigh, To idled back in lirijlilnc-is, Or g'tc thjc for dye I Tlir ti no Icfi mc : lone unc Tlic l.it pHut ttrni n.icii tnighl picco is PpCllllcil, (!n ppcml mo w llli l tic in . Ami Uimllj , O. !-o in 1 mi; Willi ilinfo lliilt haie lied Wlicin my in.ilrn r T the poikct Aio ho.ndcd anil dead ! O, fiioii m.iy I felluw When p.iitnris uont fluj I Anil fii'in Cash fliinin? oil clo I'he genu iliup nun) ! WIipii k-ioiI.Jjs litnc Minislicd, An I ijuartcis luvo limn ! Oil ' uliu w mi I1 inhabit This put Kcl iiliini! 1 Mnvttiti'vp n.,Miit inv. 'Plmsn nf nor Tenders win) leol an u lorosi in inn coroino hy of croc tiny n monument to ilio memory 'of Ih" 'mc ll li). Roi.mn 0. Mam-ahv, in leslim my "I Mh ir respect fur his uiostiina I.I !.,., .- .,I1 l.nnr ill uil tin I iho ceremonies ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 26 May 1837

BUnEiIKOTOI-T Stereotype Foundry. n'TA VINO mnilun Ll II ..me nrrnMi'o it in Hie Mt-it ntvpinjr bird- ness, thi public tiro hctc. by Informed Unit tin' 1 present proprietor has tciltiptlic rnnrorn In u manner that "mm be bent" in this ln it ii(!t : n ml holds himself ready In do :ill kinds Hi' Hook work, in a stylo warranted to suit llio taste of publishers uiifrnlly. Sir Job woi It ofevcry description done on short milieu. Plalcs I'nr I!l,nl: Deeds, WriK Execution1, Noies ttce.turnishcd In order. Typo Galley V, a very cniiveniri'l article I'or Printers madn lo order on I'rnv copper or Russia Iron lioUnnii. Large six horse Mure cuts lor rnlo four homi do. small do. do. Largo horse cuts, small do. Also it great variety of small cuts of every description. O" LeaiNfumished. from 'A In tlio Pici (o 7. Thu palronn'ju of the public it i cspcetl'nlly solicited. All letter)! on business directed lo the subscriber will receive pionipt attention. a. T.i y j. on f.jitojajui. Foil mlary in Lath...

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