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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield herald. — 25 December 1867

Desportes Williams & 2o. Proprietors.] A Family Paper, Devoted to Science, Art, Inquiry, Industry and Literature. LTerms---$300 per Annum In dvance VOL. 11.] WINNSBORO, S. C., WEDNESDAY MORNING, DECEMIBER 25, 18G7. NO2 FAIRFIELD HERALD US PUIlISI-;t) WF1:I.;,Y lY )ESPORTES, WILLIAMS & 10. Tere.-Tin IIIRAL) Is publislied Week .y in lhe Town of Winnsbor', at S3.00 in trareably inl advaince. "' All transient. allvortiselments to bo .paid int advance. Obituary Notices and Tributes $1.00 per -square. NOT BY BREAD ALONE, DY DR. 1ol.0.AND. 01 not by bread alone is manhood nourish.. ed To its tiipreno estato! By every word of lod have lived and flour ished The good men and the great. Ay, not by bread alone I "0! not-hy bread alone 1" the sweet roses breathing In throbs of perfuime, speak: "'lut myriad hande, in earth and air, are wreathing Tho bilshes for miy cheeks. Ay, not by bread alone I" 101 not by bread alone !" proolaiats ir. thunder The ol oak from his crest; "1ut. suits and...

Publication Title: Fairfield Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield herald. — 25 December 1867

WINNSBORO, s. . WednesKhy Moruing, Doo. 25, 1807. jiepor-tes, WYi 1 ll s & Co., Prop. TERM,----FOR-r HERALSD. TrCB ils Li.ARS per ye-ar; TWO DOT,iA\RS for qi% nmi<IA; ONE DOL.i\R Ifr three mothsic - .aydbl in oinXiduicks." Siuglo coplos Tii Colits. Tr ie inIter w%-ilt Ii lis''k--iCmIt I-i - on tit- .x I. r if the time r '1 r w'Iiich pimy~i ent has tloen-1 III (le ih.ribcer-e w~io ini it crim cnrk on the wrIiC.1 r.or twcIII n 01 tlher p.Cper, wIIf iiln uraitanlilt that tle time iaid Ir hit- ex pireci. A')VlISiL$\' It.TUIR.-Oneo Dl'cr per -.-1 -,4 f'or the i lri, coni Sirvenity five- cents f r eachic' osic 0 cIpccnilt ill ertlion. Amic0 crc constsI, Otile NiILCO oCCU. Ji i cV iwolvo linies I * thl - i z1 ty' p. CIA it It ATI4 -li coples cnc.- year Twenctyc v e U til lhin. An exara copijy to tihe pie' un, acicki goup tLio Cilh. nror tIc-- Ii .Jic cary, 1!67. ' W iliisi i i iio:tih I'in . the i. Icc it cli - rIurl-an da the mlonley i lifl. 11h0 person innkh thlo C1tini. crw 41dil...

Publication Title: Fairfield Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield herald. — 25 December 1867

Latest by Telegraph. News Itomis. IIAVANA, Dec., 21..-Advices from Chili and Pern, of last date, state that the Supreme Court. Judges inl Bogota, wero suspected of complication in Mar. querez's escape ; but the Senate acquIit ted them. Prado, the President or Porn, had gained another victory over tile rebel. A nother insurreution took place in the capitol of Y ucatall, Oil the 10th inl., occasioned by some ex-imlperialists, wh itanaged to arou o the peoplo and garri son1 to riso agailst the loea ii horities. gl'ho nilhir was a .loodless one-, althogh the Governor h id to take flight. The rebels proclai med tint they obeyed Jnarez. and I hey made a noisy demon tiation front of tile Ame'ican Colisu Intelligen cr from ITortola to the 13th ihst., rIerSt ill t tt Ihe peoplo are stif frring greater privati.wn? tha n those of St. Th'lomasl'. Thell dead Hie unbur111ied and a pestilen. ims ih reatenled which coul d only be averted by buiniig the corpses. The i nihabi tan tts are Ilmost etire...

Publication Title: Fairfield Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield herald. — 25 December 1867

Solected Poetry. IOK RII WIIEq HE'S DOWN. Wheu the isuu of prosperit,y's shi-aig, And a man's growing riohor every day When in easo and fin comfort reolinuing, And golden sioress orowns his way How ftrionds will tho flook about him, But it' fortune sliould happen to frown, Hlow quiokly ho'll got the "cold shoulder,'' And be "kicked becauseo io is down." -How kindly the world will Smile on him When, life with suocese'et abound; Hlow cordilly, bltamidly. 'twill gAret hia As in pleasure he's riding nrotid ; But then let reverse o'ertake himn, And his friends both itl countlry aigd town, Hlaive not. a kind sentence to -oliuer hini, But will 'kick hilin ass ooU tin lie's iowna." Let a nan get position or wealth. Mutrers not-if by intrigue or fraud The world nods approvingly at hin, And his acts will loudly applaud. What though he-aay be a great villain 1 Witli the simple, the wise and tho olowa', While he's tip hu'; a "tip-top fellow," Aut they'.ll "kic: him If ever he's down." When a ma...

Publication Title: Fairfield Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield herald. — 1 January 1868

TV HE THE FAIRFI ELD RAt TOL. 11.] WINNSBORO, WEDNESDAY MORNING, JANUARY 1, 1868. [NO. 28.] WHAT IS A YEAR ? is a year ? 'Tis but a wavo life's dark rolling sti can, h1 is so quickly gone thxt we count it but a dream tit. it single earnest thirob Tiino's old iron heart reless now and strong as wh m first with life did start. t ia year ? 'Tie but a turn Time's old brazen wheel, tit a page upon the book hich death must shortly seal. ut a step upon the road, iioh we must. travel o'er, few more steps and wo sliall walk hife's weary road no more. hiat is a year ? 'Tis but a breath From Time's ol nostrils blown, rushing onward o'er tho earth, We hear his weary moan. 19 like thle hubble on thie wave, r dew upon the lawn, transient, as the mists of morn eneath the aimer sun. at is a year ? 'Tis but a typo f life's oft changing scene, th's happy morn comes gaily on ith hills and valleys green. t, Summer's prime succeeds the Spring, hen Autumn with a tear, en comes old Wint er, death, and all...

Publication Title: Fairfield Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield herald. — 1 January 1868

Des'Ortes, Willians & Co., Props. TERMS---FOR HERALD, THREE DOLLARR er ynnr; TWO DOLLARS for six months; ONE 01.tA fair thtee nonthis payable in "greenbicks." Single copies Ten Cents. tr- Tie paper will he istmonttinued on the ex:I ratittm of the timo (or whioh piyment has been madeo Sulieribers who fit a crows nark on the wrapper or 1mrirgil of their palor, will itlerstanld that the time pihi fir hivs epired. ADVElTISING RATES.-One Dollar por eqitaro for tho first, and Hi'venty-ivo ceini tr eitch lthso quont insertion. A sqt're consists of tihe space nce pind by twelvo ineso itis izo typ.' Ct;LliitA'ES -10 Collies Int yemr 'wenty-five Dollarn. An extra copy to tilt person imimig tep tho clim,. nler the it Juntnary, 1067. 0'_- Within ooe ionthi trm like dito n club is remturned and tihe omoney is paid, the person making the club, naiy add any ntimber of names nt thesanme rate. 3- We wish it dlistinctly unlerstood that otr mu for subscription, advertising aind Job work are S' Joa...

Publication Title: Fairfield Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield herald. — 1 January 1868

oNDON, Dec. 28.-Men with thck d faces stormed Mareello Castle, near k; took arms -and ammunition and aped. ot Rio letter of November 24' 'states Alat the English mail steamer Saturn ,Went down, with 400 persous aboard. Obly fourteen escaped. - 'ILONDON, Dec. 25.-The procautions ,ofthe Government against apprehended Fnian risings are continued. Extensive pjteparations being made to-day indicate Abat the authorities are in pJossession of information proving that a genernl at tefipt will soon be unletdi to renoe 1he lenians, now conlint-1 in variotis parts of the United Kingdom, for complicity i the late .outrages. Special consta is are everywhere on duty, and troops *o held in readiness to move to any Vlarter, at any hour of the day or night The people generally are not seriously *arined, and trust to the Government to protect them from any dangerous i$ptbreak ; there is, doubtless, good rea win for tiniely ind judicious prepara. gjons to meet any possible contingency. ), The London T...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield herald. — 1 January 1868
Publication Title: Fairfield Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield herald. — 8 January 1868
Publication Title: Fairfield Herald, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield herald. — 8 January 1868

*~7 Zwe'"".,"\ Wednesday Morninw, Jan. 8, 1808., Desportes, Wllmus & ()# ops TERMS.---FOR HER*4 DC. THIREE nOLI.AR8 pmr yeinr :# T0 fAr six muonlths: ONE DOili Air tli;IIH h payiin In "greountmeks." Single oplies Teln Centi. tr3- The paper will bo dissmnta nund oin the expt rationi of ith 0ime for witiohm paymment has bcen tnilo Subscribers who find at cross aark on t lie wrapper or ia WTnoftetbir -IA'rt; wil undohtand that the tinW A" vITIS'Nt RATEs-Ono Donlar per siuaro for tho irst, and seventy-livo cents tr each uliso uq tiont lainsortion. A msytjiro coiits of heplio uce OCCi Ipied by twelve lines of' tIms sizo typo. ULUi IIA1RhS -o10copIes one year Twenty~five Dlarits. An extria copy to time ierson making up the climb. aler the 1st Juntary, 1807. *7- Withih omme month frim the ditto n elib is retturned amii the nioney Is 1ni., tho person inaking timo clmim, mm11i. tild any tmmiibur ofi mAnm es at th nonip rate. tr- We wish it ialtinctly uniderstood that our erms for sutbscr...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield herald. — 8 January 1868

roin R fiou'ond. Q N l.JaI I 4 .-2f1t convert. I; . 'Le .fllwing I .0iti.1 of in w eluo refre Of.lunitiing le titl laipd labor to e iglthours; of .1 all"ebt incurred previous, "t A ,865, at twenty-five Cents Qn tle og; of levying no ptoll tax 'of re qi g foleilers to reside in the S:,io to before voting ; of legalizating 1th' 1Of chi il )on ol parents in, fia .so thyy may inherit property ; Of a tinig tolor'ed pVrsons to coIlegcs ; of tin Military Iustiitte, and (r the proceeds to tho edneational fill Thlm newspapers wero severely celAg.d for' mlirepriesentaions. of th~e 1 rs and speejlheS in the Conive li, A djotrniied. city has be!) qnite. lively .witlh n apter fiIgiiiS to-day; One OCCUrrmg (11 eia reporter of tm 'xamine lIt correspoldalt. of 'the New Heri/,l, .md one betwcei a )O O ter of the Jbp"e/h and the offi oporter of .heConvention, in a itimimber of the Conveitioni and er reporter joined; no serious -0 doic, and all the parties were ed. Inmomr, .1anuary I.-Colored Societie...

Publication Title: Fairfield Herald, The
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Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield herald. — 8 January 1868

[Frbey the Savannah Netr. d Herald.] -li1 Meniorlai," IrY rATIsa RYAN. We are Indebied to llov. A J. Ilyan, the gifted Southern poet, for a manuscript copy of the lines on the death of his brother, a Confederate soldier, who died on one of the battle-fields of Kentucky. It was one of tlie pieces read at the unelrtainnieut fur the benefit of the Catholic or phans, and Father Ryan's introduction to t110 reading of it vas thrillingly pathet oc and eloquent,and was received by tihe audience attentively, and with tile most impressive silence. The speaker stated that he had a brother, at the breaking out of the war, who applied to him for advice regarding the army. lie re ferred him to their mother, to whom the young patriot, wrote ant appeal. Like many a Southern imother, site told him togo and defend the cause of his people. lie died under the Confederato flag; but tie speak. er would rather have him there under the soil of Kentucky, in a soldier's grave, than living in a down-trodden l...

Publication Title: Fairfield Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield herald. — 15 January 1868

Dosp"ortes Wiliams. & m., ProprietorsJl A Family Paper, -Devoted to'-Scionwo -A rt, Inguiy Industyan Litraue VOI 11.] WINNSBORO, S C,, WEDNESDAY MORNING, JANUARY 15 186 T 1iH, "WAIRFIELD HERALD IS Ptutit.:nj; wi.;EKY BivY DESPORITES, WILLIAM$ & CO. 'ernm..-Tst: liiuar.n is publishedl Week ly in the Town of Winnsioro, at 03s00 in vareulby in atsItiiv t'e. EGiy All transient advertisemen'ts to be paid in advance. Obituary Notices and Tributes $1.00 per Square. THE DYING GIRL. Smoohe my hair gently, sweet Inotherl, And shade my faint eyes from lie light. Pillow my head on your bosom so trite, For I feel that I am dying to-nig'it. Yes, I feel that the spirit they call the soul, Will soon leave its prison of clay; A'ud I feel that mine eyes will ne'er open again, On the pnssion and sin of life's daty. Soon the doubts, hopes, wishes and fears, To shrinking, the tietce, strange unrest' All tlie metmory of things that, have been Will liave ceased their wild strito in my breast. Rais...

Publication Title: Fairfield Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield herald. — 15 January 1868

WINNSB8 W'jluoadly .Ior ~In~ 808i> *- P TERNS ---FOR HERALD. T'rf11E Dof A''A por yoir ' VWODLLA) AR fr .,,1x mmath(I-4; ONE D0lt,ARt Air thiren months VilIt III "gree flcl.' ; J4Knrlo COieI I Tien C niS. ni ;-- The ip 0ivi he iiscoiipitin tlio e .i. ra"tiiin of the 1huo for which payi) nis lili tics n i u Sniburciher4 who tiend n crit imirk in helie wraipier -r lit krgin of tio'r paper, wlnl Uanierstni it th i tlio time pIll far tu,' eiliili. A WVERTISINQ RATES.-One Dolier rsqtuve fir 1i: irst. nd Re vently livo cevii t.-r ict substlso q~twoti4., ortion. A atuirt consists o'h olom ico oct;u. pA iinl 'lve 111inc iifti s si0.4 tylle eitYi It ATES -10 copies ono yir Twenty five DilOmin. An extra copy to tielpersota stinki. g up ihe cmah, Aler thiu k.t .tininter, I86. W l7 Withlnoto 4 iiith tiiron liko d-to a clhsliI r + neitl ti t o y is pi talit, iti periiiin iak ig tie in. any eil tiny lit 1nier f irniei s ai t theintuni) rate. r3 We whh41 it ciniicl. y slirt xtm d tat Olir oe 'o...

Publication Title: Fairfield Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield herald. — 15 January 1868

Latest by Telegraph. fom2 Wsbinoa AVASuINGTON, JaI. i0.-'Tho ,p ro cecdi ngs inl the Siupr tynp Coiurt 'are at. fraoting inteiso interest.. The impfrci; Sil that the Beneh will deche ad)versi. ly to the coakstitutioality of .thWeoReon stretiun acts gains gi IInad. Tito following occurred to-iay : Yud Black moved that a day be - ippinted for hearing exiprio, Mr..M;Cardre, br t Nr. Stanberry objecled.co #rguing the caIs oil hohif of tle Governent., I. Cals-ft Ie hadii -wril tell opinionsa sustaininga th2 other side. ''heo matter was defer .s red upoui Staiiberrv's sug(3gest on iitil the G1overnmenit.coul14 arrange 'to .ap pear by some otler coillistme. This case is tthnt of Col. McCardle, tibe editor of tyT ieksburg '/Ym's, who was im pris oned by Ord. Thi decision is looked For at an earlly <by, and the impreszsion is very em iral that, the writ "will Ie granti.ed whieh voutd virtually set aside tiie laiw. A s'eouid caiM' inv vincg the coIstitut L1inalii v of the In w hv whieb) Co...

Publication Title: Fairfield Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield herald. — 15 January 1868

Selected Poetry, j Fiom the lies Crot.tcnwcrat.) SPOONS I' BYT DAVID'I'AUIJONEs. As tlie moon went down one wintry ni'ght, A blear-oyed monster hove in night Of a fine old mansion in the South, Croaking aloud with open mouth "Spoons!!' With eye asqtint; with pockets wido ;. With steady louk, and stealthier stride With visage dark, wheroon was wro(e 'Th i motto which beneath we qnote "Whenco cometh 6hou" hegoood-host said, -'What. do you seek-our gold or broad'? Or do you from ilhe night air fly ?" Tite strange beast nade but one reply "S pools ?" "Oh, rob us not !" the good-wife cried, "These heirlhonia tro our family pride, 01h, itke whatever else ytu will I" Biut the luo coat hundered louder still "Spoons :" "Tien f akie ny watlh anl clinfi and'go 1." 'ile ob, naa said-ha itcelits low. 'The witcl wa ghbleil in a itrico, lit Still was board that strango device 'Foul fotid, woild'sl rob I lie old and weak Y Mhy sons are soldiers, them go seek A is, thoil ti too base to fight. 'ithut...

Publication Title: Fairfield Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield herald. — 22 January 1868

Desportes, Williams & Co., Proprietors.] A Family Paper, Dovoted to'Scincd, Art nquiry, Industry and ,iterature. [Terms---$8 00 per Annumi In Adtnce. VOL.11.] WINNSBORO, S. C., WE)NESDAY MORNING, JANUARY 22, 1868. TiE 1AIRFIELD HERALD 1t PUnLt181tlED WI) . *KItY IY b2EF1OR)TF1 WILLIAMS & CO. Termlt'. 1' 't u n11.n is publikhoil Week ly inl life I cmishor,.t, .A. 83.00 in ijy- Ati ime.int advertisements to be paid a itI hnv. Obitau;try NotiQes andl Tributtes $,1.00 per quare THE hILENT PRAYER Sihe prayed ; watched her nightly On her knees besido the bed. Aoti for a whilo eath prayer itne I he-trd the words she Sitil. Anel tei-i- *iere f7l1 a silence Oil her bored head, and I thought My senses hal heen sleeping Iince lier words I had not caught. Bu dilly as4 (the tiight came, Camne that silet prayer again I marked her lips unmoving, And 1 knew the mystery then. Wa" she praying for (lie living ? Was sh1 praying for I he ulend ? T 1er 4 was no s -ibing. sighing, Anl noli ;t tear...

Publication Title: Fairfield Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield herald. — 22 January 1868

* ~ ~~~ A~uL~ ae SUUo lii 'll of miiil~ iiiry Ijiui iot, uni. -ALt' lro tviu Mflirditg muas for ti-0oli'pur.1 of ultit ar iiidvu~rial, remour. ces. Tkb aaUM-No d OX0A Of~the-destilli liql n i'n Oxtrnordlttaiy mneastures. Tileo fit debht tie 10Cropus..oflvalii hod guirdoil pro. tci. f'NU In-t vearl mnv families have t 0011 klpriy-cd of 8la01ter~ mu'x ,ly guoro need fllroiWnd u'otbiog; A ctedfuI iruplenent, &nd attkiltii('8 of' hxish,%tudry are very twicarce; tistre Ohreatuiiucid 10' "Ptiraton LUlCesK suple %itla Wod by 4.t~ 4looernament of -Pli U. ailed 61AtCJ ; Lluz iuomiliy qf a lrLrge pevinn of' tile jp'11p1 to: piy (axes leaves ill# loar.l k~thlorilleg 'simu skdocliit iseans, of root";, umnO.ie. geavivy of' t4%e Sit padou is 1110o-Uoito4 by, Ill gen(rSl -dispu. iul dpiou 'by vredUirs to 011for. 0, tipon .d~ nipohshe pod le, he linwciliate col Icettil otf all Alamoj. To anflor flits to -go ont 1widioutt restritint our retmcdy~lo (.9' !meeAice tilt general good. ' Iha riht4S'' ...

Publication Title: Fairfield Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield herald. — 22 January 1868

Latest by Telegraph, 'CoNgrssioial. WAsmIuNroN', January 1 7.-LJgt night'slsession was devoted to the diN. cussion of the new cotton bill, with sCvera:il angry co-l'kquys. The Setate was liit 41 bersion to day. In tle louste, the Whys:anld 31m'eis (o0mimittee report.0 on the .anti-con traction bill, with the recoonn ". - tion of n1on-colcurrcliee wth the See ato amnenid Cmen'ti ; whi:h wA as Vl(Jptel. Several private bills were disposi of. Tim vote on rceonstruct.ion wias poel. poned to Monday. The t ession to morrow will be for debate only. The isoulsSiol wi restunell-t. Brooks mnado strong rce-oh in oppottort. Allud ing to the radical prograan, heii saini : -4We don't:intend to be ruled )by any ieh Governmnt at; tat., and the prootsses ol Jog-ishttion b whid it is to be reacewd will be undone by -the peoplIO. Manly of the opposition members are acting in utter deliance of' tihe expressed wil-l of theireomjtikti 'cuts." ] eferringr to the Supreme Court, Brooks soal d: "You nmay ove...

Publication Title: Fairfield Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Fairfield herald. — 22 January 1868

[FrQom ih Iichmnon1d Dispatch.] The nogro - His ;. tatus, &a. .SY "ARIEL.' mThis publication has attracted more notice than it deserves, by reason of tle political interest which just now belongs to) its subject. It is an appeal to proju. dico which may achieve a tern porary viotoriety, but can produceo no fasting ef'ect upon readers of ordinary under standing and reflection. The flippant c9ntermpt witi which the an' hor speaks of the opinions of other men whom lie derides as "the learned," and his parade of hi own discoveries in -biblical research, "concurrent" (mPaninug per haps "contemporaneous") history, Alid the devielopment of mummies, remind one of the qutacksalver and his trumput er at a fair or niariket denouncing all the doctors, and extolling lihe mirac lons and infalliblo virtues of his own pills and powders. This impress;on is confirmed by his language and sty le ; for it is impossible to believe taLt ones who beltrais such ignorance of English grammiar, and of I li...

Publication Title: Fairfield Herald, The
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