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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Kansas herald of freedom. — 22 November 1856

f . f v If r t i r 1 1 f : i 3 Lawrence, Saturday, Hot 22, 1836. : - letter iron: Capt. Walker. VVe gave t iro weeks ago tlie 1 et ter of Col. Tdusio tbe.St houis RepnUican, in relation to Capt. -Walker. ' The re plj of the latter we find in the St.JLcrois Democrat, and publish it as a contrast .urith the other. The style ' and lan guage of the two letters shows the char acter of the two then. : One is made up of blaster, bravado and billingsgate ; ist in " short, a ' reflex of the author's mind whilst the other denote tlie gen tleman; ; j ,v ' JlaXKrX Oct." 25ih. 185G. - To"the' EoiTon" of ths 5I5." Demo chat :-7-Sm : In the Republican of the loth mst.. is a communication, over the Bijmatnre of "H. T. Titus," in which mv name is made to ficrure. If Col. Titus had I not' jdVced hiimelf as the undoubted: author of this letter, I should ri2ver Jiave supposed it was . written by him.- ; - ' . I hare but little cause to respect Col. : Titus as a man ofhonor, or as one en tertaining gene...

Publication Title: Kansas Herald Of Freedom, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Kansas herald of freedom. — 29 November 1856

. ... - J (ri warrrii rn-iYiiiMr" Titiminrnrrmii 1 It V. : r i i i it i i ? r t - j r-. 1 - - ? t i -t i -, i if ' I ! 7 I TERJIS:--Tivo Dollars per Annum-In Advance Tf.CTn CnCSSED TO EARTH SHALL RISE AGAIN. A Family IVciyspapcri Independent on All Subjects. BY G. W. BROWN & CO. LAWRENCE, ILA.NSAS, SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 29, 1856. NUMBER 10-VOLUME & U i J ' Li' A Ki I f v. fci ' . SW ' ,t i I 1. f t 1 1 t- I It 1 r I'm ill 1 etyiof JfreeDoty. (j. W. BROWN, - - - - Editor, A. WATTELS, Assistant Editor, H. YOUNG, Corresponding Editor. LAWRENCE, KANSAS. SATURDAY MOItXIKG. NOV. 29, 1856. r E R M S. $2.00 tix. asxcm, in advance. Betrospective. In order to have a fair comprehension f the struggle going on in Kansas, the cider must look upon it as caused by csistance to a great plan to national- j i m. . 1 '.' 1 iq slavery.- aiiu acueme uuuiim-u Vith John C. Calhoun. lie lirst l.roachcd the idea of nationalizing slave- iv and making freedom local, lie was man of rare talents, and spent...

Publication Title: Kansas Herald Of Freedom, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Kansas herald of freedom. — 29 November 1856

Q. W. BROWN, - - - - Editor, A. V7ATTHLS, - Assistant Editor, H. YOUNG, Corresponding Editor. LAWRENCE, KANSAS. SATtTRDAY MORNING, NOV, 23, 1S56. TERM S. $2.00 rat asscx, is aitascz. Courage, Friends. It is evident to any observing person, that the pro-slavery party are despond mg over their prospects in Kansas. They have" seen that all their efforts are futile, and each effort has recoiled, with stunning effect, npon themselves. They commenced, by threatening abolition ists. ; People from the North disre garded those threats. They came into the Territory in great force, and wrested the elective, franchise from the actual residents. They over-aid the work, and Tmffered accordingly. They came again, he 30th of March, 155. Ilad they come withGnJy-onedialf the number, their mtssioa would liave been less ob jectionable, and yet quite as valuable for them. They expelled the Free State members from the first Legislature. Here was another fatal move. They removed the temporary capital to t...

Publication Title: Kansas Herald Of Freedom, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Kansas herald of freedom. — 29 November 1856

V 9 O .k. Xfa ifclD of EeeDoty. Lawrence, Saturday, Hot. 23, 1856 A Feast and a Puff. "We were sitting the other day in a sorrowing mood, militating upon tlie hard lot of an editor's life, and wonder ing how wc were to Le recompensed for th anxiety of mind, wear of body, and pecuniary sacrifice which was required to sustain a' free State paper in Kansas, when we heard a gentle rap at the door Rising, we opened it, and met a gentle man with a basket filled with several varieties of nuts, raisins, figs, fcc Of course wc invited him to corne in and he seated. The latter he refused to do, not wi&hing to trespass on our time. lie placed in our hand the basket, and a note which wc opened, and hastily read a.s follow:' L YwrxxcF., Nov. 25, 150. G. Y. lluo-vx Df.aj: Sin : Accept the few articles 1 send you, as my small donation to the fund for the reestab libhment of the Herald of Freedom. I would gladly do more, but nearly all my available means have been swallowed up in aiding the i8"...

Publication Title: Kansas Herald Of Freedom, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Kansas herald of freedom. — 29 November 1856

f 1 m : i " I'! Si M Hi l -I t ii' I: u If i : I i 4 8 Jije ?fehii3 of fftedoty. Lawrence, Saturday, Sot. 29, 1858. , letter from a Lady. The following partly private, partly public letter, was received from a lady friend a few days ago. The reader will peruse it and draw his own reflections: " ' Rosed ale, K.T., Nov., 17th, 1856. Dear Mb. Brown : Ever since my last visit to you in camp while you were still detained a prisoner, I have wanted to write a letter to you, expres sive of the interest 1 felt in your condi tion, and of my obligations to you for favoring me with such a rare treat as that ride and that visit afforded me. The ride in your cozy carriage was the first and only one of tne kind I have enjoyed since I left my old home in the East. The children seemed so blithe "And so happy, that my own soul im bibed a portion of their joy; and though I still jnissed my lost darling with her winsome prattle, I indulged the fond idea that the, too, was near me, all safe and happy th...

Publication Title: Kansas Herald Of Freedom, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Kansas herald of freedom. — 6 December 1856

f! I ! i - I . 1 . J" f : 1 h Vf V) v, Wild ; .-r -. TERMS: Two Dollar per Annum In Advance. ' T7XTH CRUSHED TO EARTH SHALL RISE AGAIN. A Family Iewspaers Independent oh All Subjects. BY G. AV. BROWN & CO. LAWRENCE, KANSAS, SATURDAY, DECEMBER 6, 1856. NUMBER 20VOLUME . V III il : VI V I - ; ' " OHgirjaJ foity. Tor tke Jleral'i of Freedom. The Goldea Spirit Chain. Around the earth a golden chain I forever .winding, WLil upward to the fen it mount . 'Round the stars i binding. Nearer, closer try the Godhead V throne Hojuanitr it bring, ' For Aspirations are the link Thatjendeth to it tripga --a ' Our fjrrow' but the furnace fierce," Where Faith doth forge the link ; That bringing nearer to Love's fount. We may iU waters drink. Every truth that bold U nttorM, Winds about smtne ul soul ; The golden links of light this chain, Does orer mankind roll. Speak lldlT, Preacher Poet all, Who hare a truth to tell ; . For some rtrugglcr will surely find The golden link that fell. . MartixMobr...

Publication Title: Kansas Herald Of Freedom, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Kansas herald of freedom. — 6 December 1856

JfehlO of JjecDoh). O. -W. BROWN, - - - - Editor, A- WATT ELS, - Assistant Editor, H. YOUNG, Corresponding Editor. LAWRENCE, KANSAS. ' SATURDAY MORNING, DEC. C, 1856. TERM 8. $2.00 ra asjtoi, a advaxck. Desponding: A friend in Iowa has a new plan of making Kansas free, and we publish it for its novelty. He says: " The North u still asleep. I see but one way to arouse them. You leave the Territory with your press, and let every influential person do the same. Give up the Territory for the time being, to the slateocracy, and let them nm riot at will. Let them take in their slaves, and rejoice at their success. They will soon apply for admission into the Union as a slave State. The North will then awake, and in her might wUl shake off the incubus which has bound us so long. This may seem foolish, but under the administra tion? of James Buchanan, you have noth ing t& hope. You may sweat and toil, until your head is gray, and you can ac eoarplish ' nothing unaided by the free North."...

Publication Title: Kansas Herald Of Freedom, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Kansas herald of freedom. — 6 December 1856

Ifje $ elto of. JeeDoh), T Lawrence, Saturday, Hot. 29, 186 Tb True Wife. . Since tlic name of Mrs. Brows has become so intimately connected with the Heeald of Freedom; and as she is how absent, laboring to secure sub scribers, with a view of placing it on a permanent basis; and since many have written ia the most complimentary terms of her energy, it fa but justice that we place upon record a single fact, that her friends may be ktill better ad vised in regard to her sacrifices for the cause of freedom in Kansas. About the 8th" of March, 1854, sit ting in our bookstore, alone, and med itating upon th affairs of the country, the prospect of the passage of the Kansas-Nebraska bill by Congress, and the consequent repeal of the Missouri Compromise, "We - penned a lengthy article for onr paper the Conncaut ville Courier in which we reviewed the whole ground,, si-owed the almost certainty of the final passage of tha bill by . fraud and Presidential influence, and closed b v saying, am on...

Publication Title: Kansas Herald Of Freedom, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Kansas herald of freedom. — 6 December 1856

3Zl rl : :Thii ; ere v - i ' - - ' Lawrer.cc, Satcrga j, "Sot. 23", 1836 Politici , Mad dog Mad do Abolition ! ! Abolition !: - Small politicians, "who have neither cense, wit, noi learning, contrive to gt themselves into notice by barlung at those whom they cannot oppose, nor hope to' meet aa equals. After what has passed in Kansas, we did hope no one of onr citizens would descend so low as to trr to raise a pre judice cgainst another by calling him an abolitionist. '. We defy any man to tell . what is meant by that lerrn- here. Col. Iane , is called an 'abolitionist; so Gov. Reeder ; so is Capt : Walker ; ' so is every man who is opposed to the bogus so is every man of liberal and generous sentiments." It is only some mall politicians, who go sneaking : around amongst his most ignorant and prejudiced constituents, and saya his opponent, He i3 an abolitionist ! lie wants yon to marry nizswrs ! He wants to make us all equal !" -Alas ! poor man ; your trade is almost ruined. Slavery ...

Publication Title: Kansas Herald Of Freedom, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Kansas herald of freedom. — 13 December 1856

I - jM a IIS Itfl . - c ) " "s XER3IS:--Tito Dollars per Annum In Advance. "trctd crushed "to eartb shall rise again." ; -""A Family TVewspaper: Independent on All Subjects. BY G. W. BROWN & CO. LAWRENCE, KANSAS, SATURDAY, DECEMBER 131856. ,v , ; iWMBER 21TQLUME 2. . For the Herald of Freedom. LINES ft the Lady wJut likes the Border Ruffians infinitely letter than the Mattachutetts pavpert" Is it their fruits that claim respect. Their labors that you love t la it their deeds of chi valry. That doth your heart thus move T Do thoughts of murder, crime and blood. Give pleasure to your mind, A satisfaction that you fail In noble minds to find ? Can you the hand of Coleman clasp, With friendship firm and true, And feel no shudder or regret, As you his work review t And are the moans of Barber's wife, (Still echoing o'er the. land ) Are they sweet music toyour ears, Charmed by your Rufaan band ? And is it pleasing to your sight, The mangled Brown to see, The form of murdered Parker me...

Publication Title: Kansas Herald Of Freedom, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Kansas herald of freedom. — 13 December 1856

JfefylS of freeSoh). O.W.BROWN, - - Editor, A. WATTELS, Assistant Editor, H. TOUITO, Corresponding Editor. LAWRENCE KANSAS. SATCHDAY UOKSUSQ. DEC. 13, 1855. TERM S. $2.00 rat A5srv, a adtasce. The Next Move. We are satisfied, from observation, that the leaders of the pro-slavery party are intent upon other game be sides Kansas. It is possible they have not entirely given up all hopes of making Kansas a slave State, and, indeed, we are satisfied that Atchison has not; but many of his co-workers hare done so, and have retired from the field iff disgust. Col. Titus was heard, repeatedly, to declare that it was impossible to overcome the great preponderance of Free State' settlers. Others of the same party have thus expressed them selves, and thus acted. Col. Titus has left the Territory, and taken the principal adventurers with him, who came from the South in the spring. Of all that large num ber of persons who came to Kansas in the fore part of the season, under Bu- ford, Bell, Titus,...

Publication Title: Kansas Herald Of Freedom, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Kansas herald of freedom. — 13 December 1856

A Jlje 5feir of -J HcM. Lawrence, Satarday,rDec. 13,1856 Whitfield Defeated. The mail on Monday evening brought the intelligence that Congress Lad refused a seat to Col, "Whitfield. Wednesday evening's mail confirmed the news. The result, was, our boys brought out their baby-waher, and fired thirty-two guns in honor of the occasion. Never were a people more rejoiced than they were with this news. It said Kansas was no longer to be disgraced in Congress by a Delegate elected by the people of another State. 'o longer was fraud and violence to be sustained by that body. It gave us cause for hope. With the popular branch of Congress in our favor we have nothing to fear from Boder Ruf fianism. - " ' Friends, let ns be moderate in our rejoicings. Remember that our ene mies are defeated and such a defeat ! They have kept a pensioned army in Kansas, for months, to subjugate the people, and do their voting. Not withstanding their heavy expendi turestheir numerous sacrifices they have been th...

Publication Title: Kansas Herald Of Freedom, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Kansas herald of freedom. — 13 December 1856

0rigi oe For the Herald of Freedom. Th9 Kansas Herald of Freedom. BT r. B. WHEXLOCK. It cornea again, that welcome friend, We thought no more to greet, Since form and features all were crushed Beneath a tyrant's feet. But Phcenix-like, 'tU raised again, On upward wings to soar, More truly brave, more beautiful. Than e er it seemed before. . ' ; It comes, again our hopes to cheer. To bid our hearts be brave ; For noble minds, and active hands, Will yet the country save. What though Buchanan has the chair. We'll heave no deep-drawn 6igh ! While active minds have power to speak, Freedom will never die. Tnatct welcome, Herald of the free We joy to see thee come. Bearing the news of hope from far ; Tb&ick welcome to our homes. On thy fair brow we seem to see. In words that cannot lie, In active minds and noble thought, . Freedom can never die Bat o'er this fair, delightful clime. Shall wave that noble tree, Whose branches ever seem to shield The true and noble free. Yes ! Liberty sha...

Publication Title: Kansas Herald Of Freedom, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Kansas herald of freedom. — 20 December 1856

' TEKMS:--Xwo Dollars per AnnualIn Advance, nrra tevinxo to e'th iiuiim ioinV - r , : ? : " A Family leirspaperi--lhdrpendeht:bii 'All SjubjVct&'- 'BY. G.'W.BROWN & CO. ; ' : LAWRENCE, KANSAS, SATURDAY, DECEMBER 20, 1856. ;, . NUMBER 22-VOtyME; 2.- . For the Herald of Freedom. Rallying Sons for Kaqaaa Emigrants. - Come, brother all, jom in a wnig Join with one voice and heart, That Truth and Right we may prolong, And bravely act our pai t, In that (air land to which we go. Crash 'd notr by tyrant hand. That backward we may drive the foe, To their dishonorM land. Raise our bannerol rally around ! Kin? out the battle cry! ' Tree Speech, Free Press, Free Men, Free . . Grotmd, . - ' - '; Freedom and Victory ! Sav.Freemen.ehaU that virgin soil, fk fertile and mi fair. Forever be the despot poiI, And chains forever wear ? Shall Freedom, piere'd on sacred ground, Die in this land wide. Shall liberty in chains be bound. And we in thraldom bide, Raiieoar banner 1 rally around ! UiniT...

Publication Title: Kansas Herald Of Freedom, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Kansas herald of freedom. — 20 December 1856

$efc9 of JVceSoh). O. W. BROWN, - Editor, A. WATTELS, Aaslatant Editor, XI. YOUNG, Corresponding Editor. LAWRENCE. KANSAS. Saturday morning, dec. 20. ms. TEAM S. $2.00 ra isscx. ur abtxxcz. Tho lesson Taught by Kansas. Any candid and impartial obscrvw must t struck with the wide differ ence between the state of society ex isting in the free and the slave States. It has often astonished as to find in Kansas persons of seeming intelligence who desired to introduce ' the curse of slavery in our midst, and to blight its I fair prospects by this evil. .We haz- ard nothing in saying, that morally, intellectually and physically, the in habitants of the free North are supe rior to those of the South ; and that, ; therefore, there is more of . the ele ments of prosperity in the institutions among which they are reared, than there, is in those the Southern oli garchy have sought, by fraud, vio lence , and bloodshed, to fasten upon the truth of tbJFofthoseinaraudingexpdiUons us. . No . where i...

Publication Title: Kansas Herald Of Freedom, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Kansas herald of freedom. — 20 December 1856

Liwrcnce, Sitirday, Dec 20, 1853. The Effects of War. One of the worst fruits of the tu mult and conflict through which we hare lately passed, is seen in the appa rent recklessness and disregard of hu man life, that marks the conduct of too many of our citizens. They have I if -ed here in Kansas, where every man's j hand has been turned against his j neighbor; where the farmer and the laborer at their toil, have been com pelled to carry the revolver by their side and the rifle near at hand, and in the varied adventures and engagements in which they have been obliged to enter, there, has grown up with it physical courage and power of endur ance, which all must admire ; a spe cies of contempt and low estimate of the value of life that i3 greatly to be deplored. Nothing is more common than to hear a man, who may have some small matter of personal ani mosity or difficulty with another, threaten to shoot him the first oppor tunity. The young and reckless are seen inthc peaceable streets ...

Publication Title: Kansas Herald Of Freedom, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Kansas herald of freedom. — 20 December 1856

" Don't Go Back! Respectfully and 'earnestly addressed to the Free Stats cti'dzens of .Kansas, by their friend, L.H. : ', : I. ' Don't go back! my Yankee boys; ' What are you afraid of ! This is just the time to show - The thorough stuff you're mad of. Though the sky looks ugly, South, , Though the clouds may gather If the Northern vanes point right, j Twon't aSect the weather. Don't go back! for Freedom' cake; Kansas is worth Baring. Don't go back! if you are men, . And the name ' worth baring. U. Don't go back I Umugh thandew growl Never atop, nor heed 'em! You can bear a passing scowl. : For the sake of Freedom. Don't go backf remind yourselves L' if w . vtn 9rak for i i C:U - All you might hare shame fort . Don't go baek! for Freedom's sake; nansas is worm my mg. Dont go back! if you are men. - And the name's worth having. in. Dont go back! for more will come, ' Proud to stand beside you In the ranks of Liberty, Where the times have tried you! Don! ge bock! the power of wrong Al...

Publication Title: Kansas Herald Of Freedom, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Kansas herald of freedom. — 27 December 1856

aw Hilt Rora'oj," hois. ..... 5 411 W -7' '"waoore 'h tbe f in w " the uasoraet world j ' i- fcinuig Ma iiuation to. AW-MIU.8.. Mjastabfc, rfvlnbelt;: i1 froja (tet Jterof .TERMS: Two Dollars per Annnrn la Adrauce. TXUTH; CBT8UE0. XJlKTU SHALL BI3aGAIS." .-ii "Faiailr IcTrspaper;Indcpcndent on All Subjects. ' M." !,t w. ill - 8 ta .. BY G. W. BROWN & CO. LAAVRENOE, KANSAS, SATUBDAY,:;DECEjIBER 27, 1856. : . ' fivM -:" 'im a sMffis mMi t I I II - 1 -g--. . ii; ' , .i -Jr - . - .11 l ei I t I I I i.lt..tlir .e It, lfr a MBER, order. Th pvertbeoLl the Mlnr furnieLiog r id mil, aa cheap, alDA lllatii. ht Saw Hill, s mm, iD j ircolar uv, COMPLETE- PRY; OISE & Co.r Io who are- i i tie same. bo rertrivetl braid of Free- 9 O-ITU.) IlISSOUEI. d improYedT ob Mill, in the TVett. XermlJ of Ft- uUiomed t- renee, and It adding c-har- Lrnads and ERTY! appointed in tliorized toin- Ule prorertr rnadoor ligbt- ther rwpoDbi- Jly aeqnuinted Bru'auce wm- ul jndioiooj'ly' in tim Lnitel thu Mutual...

Publication Title: Kansas Herald Of Freedom, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Kansas herald of freedom. — 27 December 1856

O. W. BROmt, .... Editor, JL WATT ELS, Assistant Editor. XL Corresponding Editor. LAWRENCE, KANSAS. SATURDAY 1I0R5INO, DEC. 27, 186. TERM 11 asmtm, a adyaxcx. - Society for tie AdY&ncemeat of t- .ficieiiee. ;. No one can estimate too highly the advantages to be derived from a thor ough knowledge of the resources of the country in which we live. Todevelop these to our pecnniary advantage, is the first object' of all; and while we labor wsidacwly to enrich ourEelves. -we.ahonld sever forget that we con add much to the pleasures of onr avo cation in lifewhatever it may be by contributing to the advancement of Science. Not only does this keep ns interested in the pursuit of our bus iness, but it improves onr mental and moral faculties, and enlarges onr views of the material world and its won drous structure. We are led to make these remarks, in view of a suggestion made to' us by a friend of Northern institutions, that the people of Lawrence should establish one, in the shape of a s...

Publication Title: Kansas Herald Of Freedom, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Kansas herald of freedom. — 27 December 1856

the con Prosper. m. where child i8 resentd, r poor. finnianit. there the htficate of Poor aa1 PSkater. lata hare fhe earth. led their the reae. J&nsas. ence, Ca ft., from Iowa. pe about P others, Pa their py miles njvthe fl t tSe fcold, the deep further son and 3&8 and i S- So, et bagg. Nk the mewhat liia ther er two iver on Toss the being ch they and the letimes, stay at e woods ! under quality These ofemi- t points ill push pnity. - to Kan- scttlers hen the North in peels ol fiver us, 'bone Lnr fer- doubt ten men orthern bason; w now L should te, and .'i tome follow- issippi State. lied for te, and of the ntured master 350. mak- ti Abo- horized ver the doeu- b want with' 31." roasters in his Meet, to 11 your ements ineffi- Jject are h expe- se are Everv eh the tefore it lv nn gk the 80 tO iything Jers are. ,d obli id with Indeed, hat i mected enter ous .to- kenoua actioi rumen !by him Presi- hrected- e!9tb. rtesian cinity. too less es are. SQfeet; hot ad- n feet ant of t c...

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