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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 21 September 1838

VERMONT PHOHHTIX. V. BRATTLEBORO, Tt. SEPTEMBE1121, 1838. NO. 3. VJ2RMOJt T PRO EjTX. ruiiMsin:i r.vuuY rniUAY mohninii, a WM. K. RYTIIER. Pi tun the lloMon Tinic. In taking our usuul stroll in mnrket the other morning, with a basket on our nrtn, nnl just about money enough in our puree to puichaso the usuul necessaries forn com fortable living through the tiny, we came ac ross a young merchant, whom the "prcsure" had thrown into straightened circumstances, on a similar errand with our own. He bought n very fine piece of meat and for this wn commended his "discrimination. Having made his purthnse, hu looked about him for some time, to find a porter to carry it home for him to whom he gave nn extra ninepence, thus enhancing the price of the meet nearly one third. The young mer chant was hale and healthy, and his busi ness was not so very pressing but that he might have carried his purchase home as easily as the porter. The next person we noticed particularly was nn old mid much estee...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 21 September 1838

VERMONT PIICEIVIX. I'rIJny Morning, Sept. 21, 1838. Tiif. Election. Much to our mortifica tion .wc nro obliged to publish our tnble of votes in tins county again, Incomplete. Is there not n mop in the towns from which we have no re- turns who can write? The town clerks we lione at lenst enn moke their ninrks. Such re turns ns we have, wo give below. It will bo Been that the Senate stands pre cisely as it did lost year, two-thirds of that Ik dy being Whigs. Our losses wero by very small majorities, and from local causes, except in Franklin county, where Canada ollairs oper ated against us. In the House there has been a tremendous Whig gain. Last year parties stood Whigs 128, Locos 93, Whig maj. SO. This year wo have a majority of 83. Whig gain- 53 1 1 The "Whig Governor is elected probably by a majorily 1000 larger than last year and had it not been for the excitement at the nortli in record to Canadian matters it would have been probably 1000 larger. In re gard to the Member of Cong...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 21 September 1838

'l.'ho Into galo was very sovcro in Iho neighborhood ol Norfolk, Vn. It common ccd blowing, snys the Norfolk Beacon, .n bout noon on Wednesday, with frightful vio lence, anil continued up to tho timo of tho paper being put to press on Thursday morning. The wind was from tho North west. From tlia Rcncon of Thursday. The tido rose fearfully over tho wharves, nnd tho spray as it broke from tho waves, on thu stone abuttnenls of Oranby street, reached the height of twenty feet. Much timber was swept from the wharves, nnd boats wero used, iq convey passengers over parts of the town wTiTcIPwere never before touched with a kel. It is the opinion ol some and we confess it is our own, that, tho tide never seemed so formidable as it did yesterday ; it is true, however, that in some places it did not get os high as in 1831. Neither of the bay boats left yesterday, and tho Old Dominion also remained ut the wharf. Serious apprehensions are felt for the safety of the fleet of small vessels, nearly...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 21 September 1838

I Lines written on the death of Helen M., daughter oIrtA M. and Mary Ingram, who died Oct. 13, 1837, JEt. 2 years. by Mns. C- Wake hnrpl resume again tliy pensive tones, And touch tho strain that's most befitting woe, For sorrow swiftly treads on sorrows heels, And scarce gives place for melancholy joy. Death's the vilo'worm that gnaws the ten ' der root, OP earthly happiness, that mixea gall, With every sweet, and causes man to drink, The very dregs of disappointment's cup. Death's his cloud at mid-day, his frost in spring, The thunderbolt, thnt strikes the pretty flow'r And scattors far and wide its loveliness Upon a desert air. Of late thou harp hath totich'd a death-bed scene, j iTIint caused our hearts. unutterable grief And mailo ijs-feel the depths of human woe. Death's probed our hearts again ere they were healed, And made them bleed afresh at every pore, That " little Daughter dW,"the Inst remains Of her we loved so well, is-lilightcd all, On Ijcr we look'ed with pleasure, ...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 28 September 1838

VEEMOIT FIHEHTIX. Oh. V. BRATTLE BORO, Yt. S EP TE M B IiJ 11 2 8, 18 38. NO. 4. ta.UOA T '7CXK.YA'. in iiiiiki nuA "sof xi.nh, nr U. V.. ltVTJIJIH. tub roz.isxx vrcm. sierrf 'ho Jtcmliivlo ( 1P3I. l ..s 1 lived h'Vl.'i, j J h- that rtfc y r4trt i 1 1 tn jr vimI liilww H. ,ivi-u un ! tu ifai8 . , i J nut loTr! a 4 P A.. Vr '' betWeeH I'olr .. r ; .im masteru Ifcin frt l-rodnr .1 i , u seent-s of int. ' wnd im- v .tin incident oi it IivhJwhI lib' in. . l u itli culfMtg and rf ir -i i f f unil.-ir envinii i i.-is could fhtt flllllt lKl( t plorl. ! i ' lif rfH tenor i k-it wv. . , i v iny rurfetit jf I I H, r i . .r lit it uitr mm . ''fi'.-.l it cureerof gr C ' -t iinvr, in ine r-i- the hiMry i, is v i h n nttf ' falling buillicn. .inl, ninoni i ten hr4 rational chnrncier from the obloquy which m been ntlnchcd thereto ; dissuaded, how over, from his desire, by ihe entreaties of Christine, who implored him for her sake mr tle sake ofliis bov wlmm ii, xl.n.,.u f war might ronder fatherle...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 28 September 1838

VERMONT riMENIX. Frldny Morning, Sept. fl, 1838. Wo lenrn that Acton chose Fisher, (Whig) for town representative nt the Into election, so that wo havo now the list of Members or tho Legislature from the 21 towns in this (Wltul ham) County complete. They are, Whigs ?0; Loco Focos three, and one town not repre sented. Senators 3 Whigs. Tho Loco Focos hnvo one eighth of the mcmhers of the lqwer houso from this county I The town not repre sented is a strong Whig town (Dummerston.) Imprisonment ron Dr.nT. This subject is exciting considerable discission in the papers of this state, and will undoubtedly bo one ofthc objects presented to our Legislature for action, nt the nppronchlng Session. The papers gen erally, if not universally, favor tho abolishing of this relic of the dark ages, and tho Vergcnnes Vcrmonter is confident that an out will be pns ncd for tho accomplishment of that object. Tho Loco Foco papers previous to tho elec tion endeavored to give the impression i lint their own...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 28 September 1838

from llm SI. Luia MIourl Goiotto of Aug. 81. TIIH THIIEATENED MORMON WAR. By the following letter, which appeared in Saturday's Missourian, dntcd Livingston co. Aug. 12th, it appears that tho greatest alarm, on account of tho Mormons, pervaded counties adjoining them. Tho surren der of Joe Smith, reported by us yesterday, rob.iblv succeeaea mo events mentioned be itf.. i. i,-.,r .i,. t.. mv. ill Hum', iiitiuuiii iiiui uuiei HUB Im-ii restored. 6n last Tuesday morning, about 250 Mormons, armed and equipped complete, came i"10 Davis county, and surrounded a Mr Ad.m Black's, an acting Justice of tho Peace in Davies.aml, by threatening his life, forced linn to subseribu a paper by which Jiis liberty, as a free man, is gone : Tho like affair has been forced from Ry-. Enoch Itijigs, and they have threatened instant death to nil who mpy oppose their steps of Treason. immediately alter Hie- above affair, their forces were augmented to thu number of 3 to -100 men, all well armed, headed by J...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 28 September 1838

From the Baltimore Transcript. CAROLINE GREY. AN EPSlODn IN THE LII'U or A HOWE I. Amidst n crowd of folly and fashion.somc distinguished for the nride of birth, others or genius ntid tulont, nnd n few for beauty moved in serene reseivc the queen of mnny n heart, tho gentle Cnrolinu Grey. The evi! encountered hers nnd wearied whet) it turned nwny; the en r cnugl.t tho melody of her voice, nnd ached lor me sounus ncnin ; nnd eye nnd ear, in the solitude which her absence mnde, wooed tho imagination for the delight thai hnd passed nway. Jul yet the dowv innocence that mantled on her lip was treasured unnrofinied nnd who shnll quairit there? . The spnrious npaitmt lit was flooded with rt dazzling brilliancy Irom the irmtiv can dclbra suspended from the lofty roof, and the radiance ot tho jowelecl throng below uewil dered the unnrenstomed eve. Is there in that noble presence a being: of so much love liness as she in simple attire, ' though una domed, ndorned the most,' who now glides fr...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 5 October 1838

VERMOI JP II TV I 3l VOL. V. BRATTLEBORO, VfOCTOBER 5, 1838. NO. 5. FA' R.VO.NT niOEA JX. i'uni.1811 t:u Evintv rntuAV morni.no, v WM. 13. HYTIIKlt. T U 13 P AMHV. If there if any jnys on earth, which har monize with those of heaven, they nre the joys of christian family. When tho snow flakes fill fust in the wintry evening, and the Inonning winds Mruggle ut the windows, what is so delightful us to see the happy lit tle ones sporting round a blazing fire. Look nt that little creature in her night dress, frolicking and laughing, as though she nov cr had known, and never would know o care. Now she rolls upon the carpet, now sins cliuilistlie chair, and now she pursues her older siMer round the room, while her little heart is overflowing with happiness. Who does not covet the pleasurable emo tions with which the parent looks upon this lovely scene. Hut Kt us look nt this man who makes his home but n hoarding house, where he may eat and sleep. His wife is merely his house hold keener. 1...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 5 October 1838

VERMONT PUCE IV IX. Frldny Hloriilng, Oct. 0, 1838. The Presidency. We regret to perceive a disposition in somo of the papers, to ngitate the question, of who shall be the Whig candidate, for the offico of President of the United States, nt the next election. We can conecive of no good result to he attained by this course, while it may be productive of much evil. The motto of the Whig party has ever been, " measures, not men." To be sure, every Whig doubtless lins his preference in regard to the man, who shall bo exalted to fdl the high station of Chief Magistrate oftlie Union. Slill we trust a high cr and nojjlcr object tlinn merely the elevation of any individual, animates those who are now struggling to wrest the helm from the hands of. the men who now guide the ship of state and who have so wretchedly abused their trust, and brought in such disorder nnd ruin upon the land. The object of the Whig party is. to ef fect n total and complete revolution in the ad ministration of our n...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 5 October 1838

wmrannm HonniD Attumpt by a Mother to Inv morning, about 10 o'clock, as Mr J. W. Cramer, foreman of the chemical factory at the foot ol 33d street and 11th avenue, was standingat his door, ho observed a woman pass down to the dock and throw into the riv er a large bundle. This circumstance, to gether with seeing her stop and speak to some children who were gathering bark on the wharf, excited his curiosity, and hasten ed down to the dock, where he was told by a littlo girl that she nsked the woman what it was she threw into the water, and she repli ed, "only dead rats." Mr C. was still dis satisfied, though nothing of the bundle could bo seen in the water. Presently, howovcr, the steamer Telegraph passing by, caused a swell in the waves, ond to his surprise, what ho then supposed to be the lifeless body of an infant was washed up nearly to where he was standing, lie seized the child and laid it on a rock near by, and then turned in pur suit of the inhuman mother, who was not yet out...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 5 October 1838

THE POOR WIFE, TO II Ell HUSBAND. You took tnc, Collin, when n girl, Unto your homo nml hcnrt, To bear'in nil your after fate, A fond nml faithful part: And tell me, hnve I ever tried That duty to forego, Or pined there was not joy for mo When you were sunk in woe? No I I would rather share your grid Than any other's glee; For though you're nothing to the world, You're nil the world to me. You make a palace of my shed This rough hewn bench n throne; There's sunlight for me in your smile, And music in your tone. I look upon you when you Bleep, Sly eyes with tears grow dim; I cry, " O parent nf the poor I Look down from heuven on him! Heboid him toil from day to day, Exhnusting strength and soul Look down with meicy on him, Lord, For thou canst make him whole." And when at Inst relieving sleep Has on my eyelid smiled, How ofl are they forbid to closo In slumber by my child? I take the little murmurer That spoils my span of rest, And feel it is a part of theo I lull upon my breast. The...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 12 October 1838

s j , ,,, VERMONT I PHEIIX, -lob T. BR A TSTL E B 6 R 0,WCT0BE11 izTsiT. NO; 6. runi,iaiir.u kveiiy fkiday MortNiNO,.Y 1VM. E. IIYTIIER. ' i -. l'rom llm lluriluril Cuurnnl.' LINES ON THE OKA 'I'll OP A CHILD. " I!y Jtfri, Stgourney. ., You mourn the iwrclent roo 4 . I'luckcil from j our gnrilcn bower A ttitihcnin blutlpd from jour iky To gild the lonely hour; , Von mt9 11 oico iiftong, A brow, 110 frown (lint wore, ' A fairy footrtep from iho hull, Thai mint return tin more. Yet think of nil lior hi, , . Tho nn.cl-tubo who ucnra, . So early called to toar nbovo L'aiili'a com puny of rum; Think how her wnrblcd lijtnn In ccilnry doth rino, And in tho nrum (.rf.iiili cmhrnce Vnnr dulling in tho Uo. IJEATON AND THE PANTHER, Ben Wheaton was one of iho first settlers on tho waters of the Susnuehannuh. iintnpdi ntely after tho war, a rough, unculiivotetl and primitive man. As ninny others of the samo stamp and character, hu subsisted chiefly by ii.iuucix, L-uiiivminn; me mnti out sparingi...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 12 October 1838

VERMONT PIKE IV IX. Friday Morning, Oct. 12, 1838. Tiir. Leoishtukb of Vermomt. Ycstrr itay. the lllh inst. was the cloy fixed by I he constitution for the assembling of this body at the Capitol. Among the most important busi' ness which will come before them will be, tho Rejection of a person to represent this state in the Senate of tho United States for six years from the 4th of March next; tho abolishment of imprisonment for debt the prohibiting the Eale of ardent spirits; and the authorising n gc ological survey o( the slate. Sickness at the West. The most al arming sickncsJ prevails throughout the wes tern and south western stales. A letter re ceived in this village from Cleveland says, there nrc hardly well cople enough in Michigan to tako care of tho sick; whilo another from Ken tucky, gives almost an equally appnlling ac count from there. The oicknesa is ascribed to the long continued and unprecedented drought. In some sections people were obliged to drive cattle 5 or G mile...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 12 October 1838

From tlin St Lout Republican. rim momtoNs. We had hoped' thut this difliculty wns nt on end i but more recent intelligence leaves rio.il.oubi of tlio quarrel being of a more serious character than wns at first anticipa ted. Below we trivo an extract from a let ter written by a respectable gentleman of Lexington, nnd addressed to a citizen of (hii city. 'I'll is account of the stato of affairs is truly alarming. The writer says : "Great excitement prevails the other side of the riv it nirninst the mormons thev arc all un in arms, and have, we understand this morning, had some fighting, which resulted in the killing of a few 6f both parties. The cit izens of Ray county sent u wngon load of arms and ainniunitton lollie citizens ol Da viess, for the purpose of defending them su ves. On their wnv out they were cant 11 red bv it company of mormons, and taken to Far West. A Committee has this morning arrived from the oilier side, asking lor men to assist them in the protection of their pro...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 12 October 1838

New Fall and Winter GOODS. TTkUTTON, CLARK & Co., have just re : THE' MARRIED MAN'S FARE. A PAhODYON THE " DACHELOIl'S FARE." Happy and free arc a Married Man's reveries. Cheerily, merrily na.ues his life. o,hnow8 not the Bachelor's revelries, ucvci-1 j cciyCj a We slock of DRY GOODS, ripfl. I. . . i- ft.- 'it in ii . i !. ni tit.-., .x.i wa numerous 10 particularize, au umiu wr m Caressed by, and blessed by his Children and p . w .r:l,i.. which thev offer t TFrom Kudo free too. sweet home still to i!!1?. cUSlo,n"s 0t luiceS wMch , rlco to, A net on his Knee too. his kindness to share, A fireside, so cheery, the smiles of his deary . .0 this.boysl th is is the Married Man's Fare I cannot fail to suit E2tOiS.IDC2.OTKS. London bl'k. blue bl'k. blue Dahlia. Adelaide Olive Brown. Claret do.. Invisible Green. Olive do., Kllle do. and mix'd UroadclolliS. FIX.QT CLOTHS. Blue. Brown. Green and Drab Pilol Cloths. A superior article lor Ucnlletnen's uver-coais CASSSIVXERES. Black, Blue, D...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 19 October 1838

WERMONT P If IE Y I X . VOL.. V. BRATTLEBORO, Vt. OCTOBER 19, 1838. NO. 7. I'lWJJOJVT JPHOEJV1X. jtltUHKD KVERT FRIDAY MOHN1NO, BY WM. 13. ItYTIIER. TUB BATTLE OP OKOKOW. I- NEW 'incidents or TRAVEL.' TbebnltleGrokow, tlio greotest in Eti- Mwiincethat of Waterloo, wus fourrht on .k- ,..ntffftli nf FVIininrv ittwl it,. lit I " V " V - . J HUM IIIU cite where 1 stood commanded a view of ( whole gtounu. 1 he Russian urmy was ta&rthe coinminnl of Dcibiisch and consis ts of ono hundred nnd forty-two thousand cliotry. forty thousand cnvalry, nnd three limited "nd twelve pieces of cannon. This fjjfooiis force was arranged in two lines orombatants, and a third of reverse. Its irSwmsr. tt ween Wnvreand the marshes aie isiula, consisted of four divisions of iiUDtiy of forty-seven thousand men, three (i.aulry ol ten thousand five hundred, and w hundred and eight pieces of cannon ; ji right consisted of three and a half divis- rtl infantri? nl lllirttt.nnn llmnann.l ....... pa v. ......... ...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 19 October 1838

LEGISLATURE VERMONT. From Walton' Daily Jonrnal. Thursday, Oct. li. Both hranches of tho lcirislatuio nsscm bled nt the statu house, pursuant to the law of the slate, nt 10 o'clock and tho lol lowing proceedings ensued : Senate. His honor tho L'tcut. Cover not took tho chuiras President, and, after prayer by Rev. 13. VV. Smith, called the Sen ate to order. All tho members produced credentials nnd wcro sworn us Senators, On tho nominations of the President the following Senators wero appointed on the canvassing committee tojoin from the House, viz. Messrs. Robinson, Jones, Kiltridge, Ed son, Swift, Short, Chittenden, Goodwin, Hubbcll, Allen, Ileywood, tlnrvey, Young. On motion of Mr Briggs, the Senate pro ceeded to the election of its officers for the session: The following wore appointed: 13. V. Smith, Chaplain. Norman Williams, Secretary. Win. Weston, Assist. Secretary. Isaac V. Riker, Sergeant nt Arms. Charles C. Upham, Assist. Door Keeper. Resolutions By Mr Steele, nssigning Frid...

Publication Title: Vermont Phoenix
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Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 19 October 1838

.... institutions nrd perfectly safo in nn- to di(Torcr.t cluss. ear, mat tne cletnu' ,hcr direction is occasion roiruc under the pretence of sympnthy.nmy FrldlTMorifa.Mer, Oct. 10, 1838. asylum ......o liosc who have sourrht nn ICK . , .1 II ,. -i - among us, ucioro mey snuii uoquniuieu, ei .ir by length of residence, or attachment li nllt II15lllUllU'" iu 1I1UI BUtrUU 'f2ht. The purity of our bo matter of frequent and tion. . . .. . Coming iiniiicuiniuiy elections should ireful investiga- from nmontr tiio people, you must bo intimately acquainted Villi their wants, and in tho dischargo ol v0ur duties, 1 can engage my cordial con currence in all measures for the good of tho peopl- ... ... . . . . Tho responsible stations to whicti my fellow citizens have been pleased repeatedly Men 1 me, entitlu ' them to mv most irreat- fol acknowledgements ; and this renewed milk of the public favor greatly increases my obligations. HILDAS H. JKJN1SON. Montpelier, Oct. 13, 1838. The Senate came i...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Vermont phoenix. — 19 October 1838

J I IL : fit A U T U M N . Tlicre In n fearful rpirlt luay now) Alrcndy have llio elements unfurled Tlieir Imnncrs) llie grcnt lea-waie Is upcurlcd; The cloud corneal llio fierce wind begin lo bluw About, nnd blindly on llielr eminda go; And quickly will the mlo red lenca bo hurled From their dry Umigha, nnd nil the forcat wurld, Stripped of Ita pride, hi liko udeacrl kIiuw. I love Ihnt uionnlng mimic which 1 heiir In the bleak glints of Autumn, fur the aoul Seems gnlhcring tidings from nnntlier apherc, And in aubllme, myaterioua ryrnpnthy, Mnn'a bounding spirit ebba nnd awclla mare htgli. Accordant to the billow' loftier roll. Femalk Rashness. A circumstance occurred ut Newport, (says n correspondent ol n uristol paper,) on nionuny last, which shows how unbridled nre llio pnssons some ladies when thwarted in their inclinn lions' bv tlieir husbands. A tvomiiti by th nntne of Phillins. wished to attend a fashion nblo buzar. iriven for the benefit of the new church ; but her husband o...

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