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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The daily phoenix. — 18 October 1865

vi? J5X J. A. .orjJUJD.1 m COLUMBIA, S. p., THURSDAY MORNING, IEPTEMBE% 21, ?8G5. .YOL. I-NO. *?*. y THE PHONIX, rCBLI?Hl?? D?I&Y TRI-WE?K J .T. . BY JULIAN A. S EL* Y _%_ . TFRMS-IN AD VA NtE, aUBSCBIPTION. Daily Paper fsix ment?as.. .r..$5 ?# Tri-Wrcklv, " " . 3 50 Singlit cepie* 10 cent*. A1? T E BTIHEH EN TS Ia?yrt?cl at SI per square for the ?rst in? sertion, and 75 cents for each subsequent. *?~isnecial notices 15 cents a linc. - _ NEIL S. BEOWN- ON THE SITCATIOX. Thin distinguished Tennessean, at the meeting held in NasT?vilk on the 23d ult., was called upon, for a speech. The Nashville Gazette gives the fol- : lowing report: . '..''*" * Neil S. Brown having been called ? for, he took the stand, and saul tluit j he felt some delicacy in taking a pro- ? minent part in the proceedings of the meeting. The resolutions met bis ! hearty concurrence, and he intended to give President Johnson his hearty support. Let thc past pass away; to history it belonged, and td* history he e...

Publication Title: Daily Phoenix, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The daily phoenix. — 18 October 1865

I OO?ATMBTA;: I Wednesday Morning;, Oct. 18,1865. J ' Tbc Groat Question. 1 It is useless to disguise the truth. The question of obtaining labor to develope the resoxirces of the South, agricultural, industrial and mechani? cal, is not only one of the utmost importance to tho South itself, but to the -whole country. Cotton, rice and tobaccojean be raised, tho lands are ' here, and the soil and climate os fertile and propitious as ever for the production of these great staples, but the most fertile soil and the most genial elimo require a certain amount .of labor to give their wealth to the* .'world. In the economy of Provi? dence rilan was made to labor, ami, without labor, the earth yields not. . her increase. Taking - these truths, and giving them the consideration they claim, in the present disorganized condition of u the labor system of the Southern States, we ?ure not surely saying too . much, when we say that the organi? zation of a-new and effective system is one of the moat ...

Publication Title: Daily Phoenix, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The daily phoenix. — 18 October 1865

By Tol??^^ip>la.. Southern Forts to be Garrlioncd bx . Negro Soldiers, Etc. WASHINGTON, October 13.-GenJS Howard, Chief of the Freedmen's Bureau, had been ordered- to proceed ."South, with the view' of .making satis? factory arrageraents for the restosa tion of lands to their former owners on the coast of South Carolina, Florida, and Georgia, heretofore set apart by Sherman for fr%ednien's purposes. All the sea-coast forts South of Fortress Monroe, excepting Fort Taylor, at Key "West, and Jefferson, at Tortu? gas, are to be garrisoned by oolored troops. ? . 3 tonne. Cotton Market. MOBILE, October 14, btq AUGUSTA, October 15.-Thesales of cotton at Mobile on the 13th and 14th insts., amounted to 3,500 bales. Quotations for middling grades being 50c. per lb. Sales of the week, 5,500. Receipts ' of the week, 15,000.* Exports of the week, 10,318 bales. Stock, fct.lfil dudes. Crandfi on thc Revenue. NASHvrXiLE, Oetober ll.-Imnienso frauds on the revenue ha^g been dis? covered here, and...

Publication Title: Daily Phoenix, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The daily phoenix. — 18 October 1865

Tile Two Cities. BY T. B. ALDBICH. 'Twas dusk, und from my window Upon the street below, ] ?aw che people passftg, Like shadows, to and fro. And faintly. wr< faintly, I beard thc ceasing- din; , * , And like thc du>k without me, There was a dusk wiifciu. And thoughts, with eager footsteps, Dun thoughts of joy and pain, 1'illed tht- streets and by-ways of Thc City of'my Brain. -, A passing light and holy. Like that which softly falls Through open gates in cloudlets "Upoii cathedral flails, .Fell down upon the towers of Thc City of my Mind; My inner sight, grew clearer. My outward vision blind. Forgotten was the window, Titerc seemed no street below: I did net see thom passing, T!rv shadows,'to'and fro! A S<u THEKX CANDIDATE'S GARD.* The following announcement of a candidate wa^found posted on a tree by the roadside ana brought to the editor fit thc; Jackson Miss?stpj?an, who gave &#i gratuitous publication: fi Attention, Sovereigns!-Allow mo through this medium to introd...

Publication Title: Daily Phoenix, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The daily phoenix. — 19 October 1865

vi? J5X J. A. .orjJUJD.1 m COLUMBIA, S. p., THURSDAY MORNING, IEPTEMBE% 21, ?8G5. .YOL. I-NO. *?*. y THEPHONIX, PUBLIBHE? ?AIM A2?I> Tii?-WK?KLY,. EY JULIA K A. SELBY TFlMtS-IN AT)'v%y??, 8I7BS0RIPTIOX. .4- ' Daily Paper, sir-" months.$5 M Tri-VVeekly, " . j?..?..-.. . 3 50 Single capias 10 cents. ? A?VEBTISEHSNTB Iasrrltd at $1 per sanara far the tirnt in? sertion, and 75 ?ents"jfor each subsequent. - JtSrSpecial nottcesTL5 cents a line:' LIABILITY OF CONFEDERATE A?KNI-.3 -TOR PRIVATE PROPERTY IMBKESBBD. An important case was tried before the United States District Court at Memphis, Tennessee, last week. It was that of Park against Hamilton, and its history was as follows: In the year 1862, while the rebel forces still held possession of Memphis, the de? fendant,- Thomas ? Hamilty, was ap? pointed by the rebel Government an agent to seize certain sugars and cot? ton, the property of merchants whom it was believed were purchasing and holding suoh commodities upon specu? lation, i...

Publication Title: Daily Phoenix, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The daily phoenix. — 19 October 1865

COLUMBIA. :-:-r-=- ..: - tbvrtdAj Mornjag, Ocjj 19. Mg. ' Tme If cw?. Wo are enabled, through the kind? ness of friends and correspondents, to present, this morning, to our read? ers a variety of interesting news. We hope, in a short timo, to give them a tarir? p&per, and when our mail facili? ties axe perfectly restored, with a full exchange list, they may expect a jour? nal worthy of the capital of the State. , We thank our friends for their at? tention, and solicit a continence of like favors. American Securities in Europe. The Charleston Courier has a late copy of ?atterthwaite's celettr?ed London Circular, which has thqpol lowing concerning the English mar? ket for American securities: "The amount of business transacted in the London marktet for American securi? ties, since our i last, ?has been of a magnitude, unprecedented since the -outbreak of the rebellion. The con eiliatoiy nature of the speech*of Pre? sident Johnson to the Southern dele? gation Appears to have inspir...

Publication Title: Daily Phoenix, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The daily phoenix. — 19 October 1865

j?liLj_.'?_1_1.J Role??? <rf atggn?n? asm R??*u. BOSTON, October 14.--Messrs. Ste- , pheas and Reagan left here for Wash? ington this morning , PeniurlTBRlik Kleetiom. PHTT?AT>WiPHiA. October 14.-Official retu.ns from thirty-two counties show a Union gain of 20,000. There are thirty-two Counties yet to?hear from, which will probably increase, the gains so as to make the actual majori? ty twenty-three or twenty-five thou? sand, ' , LA teat Prom J?ii?-n.| SAH FRANCISCO, October 10.-Ad? vices from Eanagawa, Japan, to the last of August, have been received. A private letter from Nagasaki says that heavier floods have recently occurred between Asaca and Hiago than are recorded duringjthe last one hundred and thirty years* Severe losses have been sustained. Advices to July 31st report the movements of the Tycoon against the rebellious Prince. Chosia. The ex? pedition was rapidly organizing. It was the general opinion that'it would soon move towards the seat of opera? tions. Intervie...

Publication Title: Daily Phoenix, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The daily phoenix. — 19 October 1865

. -t ai Hilm ? ifoi Kii mi ?j?dtt ^3t^^uSff^^?^^S^y. II cart s and -Tree?. from''fetag^imtf l?ps St'gray-ey"?u'morn",'** A ?rusher tide ot lifo W gusuing; , x?. Abouttho bottom -of tire thtfru . The maiden bud is coyly bb'.shhig. I feel upon me, like a hand , " Lifting me up, the weight of Spring; ' And as the baby leaves expand, My spirit seems awakening. Hath, then, this mingled life of ours Aught of a tidal ebb and ?QW? Hath niau a sympathy with flowers, And with thepi droop, revive and grow? it may be so; for life is life, lutcnsuor subtle, lessor mor?; And Wages the eternal strife With (loath and darkness world all o'er. In youth wc seek toicarve our name Deep-lettered on tho heart? of worth. And fancy wo may ;racc the same ? %?l time restorot?i earth to earth. Nor know that, as on bring tree, Rough bark will overgrow our toil. .As snrelv will the work!; and we Rut hail this knowledge with a smile: A .s nile, tu think it 'scaped our sense: ?low like in this wert- hearts and tre...

Publication Title: Daily Phoenix, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The daily phoenix. — 20 October 1865

vi? J5X J. A. .orjJUJD.1 m COLUMBIA, S. p., THURSDAY MORNING, IEPTEMBE% 21, ?8G5. .YOL. I-NO. *?*. y THE PHOENIX, * * - PVBXJSHBB D Ali Y AKD ?TKI-WKKKLT, 2Y J??IIO A. SELBY i TFRMS-IN AD VANCE,, SXTBSCBIPTIOK. ' Daily Paper, ?ix merit hu- .$5 ?8 Tri-Weekly, " . " -A... 8 50 Single espies 10 cent?. ABVEETLSHMESTR ' Inserted at $1 per square for the first in? sertion, and 75 cents for each snbsequent. jKT*Special notices 15 cents a line. Masonic Rc-rt ion. ? paragraph, in yesterday's Phonix, mentioned that the Grand Lodge of Pennsylvania had issued an address . to the Free Masons throughout the country, urging them ono and all to. Unite now to carry out the principles of the Order-brotherly love and charity. ' From tljis admirable address, wc make the ?.following eloquent and touching extracts: ? As our ancient and honorable Order has never taken part "in con- - spiracles against Government," sinc? this is forbidden, its members must be true to the teachings of the craft. We, everywh...

Publication Title: Daily Phoenix, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The daily phoenix. — 20 October 1865

COLUMBIA. " Friday Morning, Oct. 20, 1865?^ ! ; ; - From Europe. ' . We publish, this morning,. later advices from Europe. . The recently published list of sub? scribers to the rebel loan has caused a stir among prominent Englishmen. Some of them, including Mr. Glad? stone, Chanoilor of- the Exchequer, Hon. Evelyn Ashley, Mr. Ridout, proprietor of the London Morning Vost, and Mr. Laird, M. P., have rushed into the newspapers, with as? sertions that they never had any inte? rest in said loan. The London Nei?s styles the hst a "nialiciovis impos? ture." A meeting of holders* of Southern State and railroad bond and bank se? curities, issued previous to tue rebel? lion, had been called to bo held in London. It is said that if thc people of the indebted States should manifest, a disposition for an arrangement^ their English creditors would meet them half way. In the Loudon money market, on the 6th instant, United States five t twenty bonds were quoted at 69J??@ 70.4 Consols for money wer...

Publication Title: Daily Phoenix, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The daily phoenix. — 20 October 1865

By -A-eiegrapli. . * IOW* Election, a DxsaioxsBS, October 14.-The ma? jority for Gov. Stone, who advocated negro suffrage, will be 15,000. The balance of the Republican ticket is elected by nearly 20,000 majority.8 Harder or ?rt Episcopal Minister. PET?BSBTJBG, October 13.-Rev. R. Castleman, a well known member of the Protestant Episcopal Church, was brutally murdered near Gaston, N. C., on "Wednesday night last. He was returning alone from a. visit to a neighbor. - The perpetrators- wer? jiot identified. The deceased is widely known and much beloved in Virginia. ? ? ? ? SELZUBE OF FENIAN GUNS.-Infor? mation ha? been received in Washing? ton that six hundred Spencer rifles in boxes were seized by the Canadian authorities, at Niagara City, on Tues? day. The contents of the boxes were accidentally discovered in overhauling ? the railroad freight. The authorities .report it a case of Penlan smuggling. 3?ews from New Orleans. * NEW ORLEANS, October 14.-Mr. Watterson, the Special Agent o...

Publication Title: Daily Phoenix, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The daily phoenix. — 20 October 1865

Mother on the Brain. ; The "Petersburg Judex saya.-th? writera of poetry ?lid music during the war all ran after mother, and ra<g all the changes on filial affection and maternal love. Some wag, who nsver had a mother, and never expects tc have' one, has written a bur? lesque upon the productions of these mo? therly poots. We give bia production, and at the same time sentence hi ai for ninety days to the penitentiary-sentence to be suspended, upon condition that he will not attempt anything so cruel again: As you look on the songs you see now-a days, . . Thie gentle word: of mo*her will surely meet your gaze: i'Who will care for Mother now?" if Tm numbered with the slain;. "Oh! bless me, Mother, if I die," with Mo? ther on tho brain. "Courage, Mother, I am going;" "Mother, I've oom? home to eat;" "Just before the battle, Mother," I was lying in the stroet; "I ?amiot call her Mother;" "The ring my Mother wore" waa plain: "Dear Mother, I've come homo to die," with Mother on the bra...

Publication Title: Daily Phoenix, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The daily phoenix. — 21 October 1865

vi? J5X J. A. .orjJUJD.1 m COLUMBIA, S. p., THURSDAY MORNING, IEPTEMBE% 21, ?8G5. .YOL. I-NO. *?*. y THE PH<ENIX, Pnum 2>AX*?Y AJfD 1EI-W?KL?, BY JULIAJ? A. SELBY TFRMS-IN-ADVANCE* IIJ13C?II7IO?. ! Dally Paper, eix^mentbt....MM Tri-Weekly, " . " .:.. 3 50 . Single ??pies IO ?entw. AVTJWTI8S1CI?TS Inserted at $1 per Bquar?%r th? first in? sertion, and 75 cents for each subsequent. ?3-Sp?cial notices 15 cent? a line. The following ia the Proclamation of Governor Sharkey, of Mississippi, in relation to, colored testimony lately published : ?XECDTIVE OFFICE, JACKSON, MISS., Sept. 25, 1865. By au order bearing date the 20th instant,' Col. Samuel Thomas, 'Assis? tant Commissioner of the Freedmen's Bureau i? this State, proposes to ' transfer to the civil authorities of the j?tate the right to try all cases, in which the rights of freedmen are in- ! volved, either for injuries done to their persons or property. This pro? position is made, however, on con? dition that "the judicial of...

Publication Title: Daily Phoenix, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The daily phoenix. — 21 October 1865

itaturd?jr Morning, Oct. 21, IS8?? Interesting ?rom Washington. We understand that ta-? d?l?gation from the. Convention-Messrs. Ward law. Dawkins and Hager-wha,visited . Washington to lay before the Presi? dent the memorials in reference to Messrs. Davis, Stephens, Magrath and Trenholm, have returned home; and we are. glad to learn that the Pre? sident, ilk their .last interview, inti? mated to them that he would so far meet their trishes as to release Gov. Magrath from confinement on his parole, as he had already done Messrs. Stephens and Trenholm. His views as to the position of Mr. Davis, our ?readerahave already learned from the published account of the first inter? view. " The delegation were very much gratified with their intercourse with the President. They found him fully conscious of the difficulties with which the State was surrounded, and anxious ; to assist her in successfully over? coming them. The .delegation were able to assure him-and we feel cour fide nt that our Le...

Publication Title: Daily Phoenix, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The daily phoenix. — 21 October 1865

NEW ..YORK, Oktober? 17.-A large fire look-place here last night, burn? ings a-w?rehonso filled with, cotton, ?ut! ca using a loss probably ; of half a mi??ion dollars. ";. CtocTNATTi, Oc+ -?ber 17..-A large meeting of the citizens of Kentucky Wfce held yesterday to express their thanks forthe removal of martial law ?roihthat ?tate, Speeches were made . by General Houston and others, and " resolutions were adopted thanking - 'f President, and endorsing his're . c-.attraction policy. . - BOSTON, October 17.-The Post says that Alexander H. Stephens was en tert??ned at ? private dinner, jrest?r day, at the Revere House, by George ' S. Fairfield/of Chelsea. Stephens (.expressed a purpose of supporting the policy bf President Johnson for reconstructing the Union to the full extent of bis ability and influence. From K TI rope. FARTHER PorsT, October 25.-The steamship .Nova Scotia, from Liver , pool at half-past 6 P? M., of?he 5th, . and Londonderry, on the 6th'Jinst., - .passed this point...

Publication Title: Daily Phoenix, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The daily phoenix. — 21 October 1865

An olcr"teao.aat by the cottage fire, c; Amitie watched his children pla; ; Anda tear atole down h/w chees; But he wiped it nyt. away; For his thoughts had wandered back again To the scene < ' other Vtaray And his spirit had found.a glad relief In the falling of his tears. . * Again he played on the ?ear old hearth, * . And he kettrd a mother's voice,. And the gentle* tone fell ou his cars, And they made his heart rejoice; ?; Again he joined thc blind man's bu?", AT>4 th? gunio of bide fend seek, .And heard bis little lister's TO?CO, So gentle, soft ai>d me.'k. Then in the shade, by thc woodlar.d deli, Or sat with, his picture-book. Our wandered to seok some wild bird's nest That hung o'er.the rippling brook, Till tired and weary of boyhood's piay, JELe turned to his borne again, By the rustie stile and tho urokoa bridge, And the shadowy old green lane, .And thu* the old man sat a-id mosed, While the tears fell down, his cheek, Bnt a happier hoar it was to him Than tue old ...

Publication Title: Daily Phoenix, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The daily phoenix. — 22 October 1865

vi? J5X J. A. .orjJUJD.1 m COLUMBIA, S. p., THURSDAY MORNING, IEPTEMBE% 21, ?8G5. .YOL. I-NO. *?*. y THE PHOENIX, . vniArnvsm naxrr AKD TSI-WHELT, BY JULIAS A. SELBY* .' s . --- . ? TFRMS-IIf ADV AUGS, .VBScBimo*. . D??T Paper, six mentfis.ti ?0 ; Tri-Vfeeldy^ " .* . 3 30 Single ?epics 10 ?ente. Inserted mi $1 per iiju?!? for th? firs* In? sertion, And 73 cents for each subsequent. ??."Special notices IS cents a- Une. - Folley of tia? Go-rermment. The Political Portion of Secretary . McGulloch'.* Speech, at Port Wayne, October 12. But you .will expect, perhaps, that I say something of his ?Mr. Lincoln's) successor. In any other place, and under any other circumstances, I should not feel at liberty to make any particular allusion to the? President ol the United States, holding, as I do, ' a seat in his Cabinet. But knowing . that many of you-my townsmen and . neighbors-have been of the opinion that the settlement of the great ques? tions which would necessarily come np for settlement...

Publication Title: Daily Phoenix, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The daily phoenix. — 22 October 1865

COLUMBIA. Simd?y Mn^?rg October 22,1865. The Alp? TaniMl. Some of the French and Italian journals and the New York World are just now regaling their readers with a v very long account of the discovery of incalculable mineral and metallic wealth in the bowels of the Alps. It smacks, however, suspiciously of the flavor of John Adams Locke's immor? tal "Moon .Eto^r.," and Edgar Allan Poe's tale'of the "Gold Bug:" For the lust seven years, a company pf capitalists have been engaged in th? gigantic enterprise of cutting a rail? road tunnel, seven ."miles and a half lone, through the Alps. It is to? effect a junction between certain French .?? and Piedmont lines of railroad, and runs between,the opposite valleys of "the Ave an? Rochemolles. Three miles and a half of the tunnel hare already been completed, and the work is to be finished by 1873. The Edinburgh Review, for' May last, devotes many pages to a scientific account of the modus operandi of cut? ting this huge tunnel. The driving p...

Publication Title: Daily Phoenix, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The daily phoenix. — 22 October 1865

. 1 "lill " I . -fl Mississippi Legislature. JACKSON, MISS., October 16.-The State Legislature met and organized to-day, its longjterm. Ifr was expect? ed that Gen. Huiiiphxtrj'B would be inaugurated as Governor'of Missis? sippi this evening. Martial . Law Removed from Ken tucky. CISC?NNATI, October 17. -^-A' large meeting of the citizens Of Kentucky waerheld on yesterday, and expressed thanks for the removal of martial law from that State. Speeches were made by Gen. Houston and others, and resolutions were adopted thank? ing the President, and endorsing his reconstruction policy.' Latest from Koro pe. NEW YORK, Octob n IS.-Liverpool dates to October 6th have been re? ceived. The sales of cotton for the week ending on the 6th instant, amounted to 180,000 bales, of which 100,000 were for speculation and ex? port. Middling cottons are quoted at25d. 3f. Sales on the 6th instant, 25,000 bales. Consols 88^ a 88%. The Bank of England has advanced the rate of discount to 6 per cent. Presby...

Publication Title: Daily Phoenix, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The daily phoenix. — 22 October 1865

, . TH.? Sabbath. BX Wn.LI?Jt' HOWITT. What spell . has o'er tho /popakm* vit? patftTcd? . The wonted current of its life is stayed: Its sports, its gainful shrines, are earth? ward cast, * Li though their vileness w?r? at once displayed; . ' . Tho roar of trade has,ceased, and on the ah? ?teme holy songs and sol?run sounds of prayer. Far spreads tho elana- from every hamlet spiro Aad note of rea i and lieavenw?rd.thought is ptaled: . By his calm hearth reclines the peasant siro:. ' * ? ' ' ? The toii-worr. steed basks hi the breezy field. * Within, without, through farm and cottage blest, . * Tie one* bright day of gladness ??ad of rest. Down from their mountain dwellings, whilsj the dew Shines on the heath bells-, and the f?rn is blending In the fresh oroeze, in festive garbs I view Childhood and ago, and -buoyant youth descending. God, who hast piled thy wonders rouud their home, ?Tis in ?hy love t>ey to thy temples com?. A stately ship speeds o'er the mighty main: Ol many a l...

Publication Title: Daily Phoenix, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
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