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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Peoples Advocate — 10 September 1846

, i- ?"• 'Vrewwit Smut in Wbeat. ? . Auaougb We have given directions how Mexi4o^SeWhe^m^ a > ln a former events W% Pakenham V° nQtbeemto and w the British govertme¥ore leK Feat ing landed a messengertoMrrI,OUgh to bear theBalize, and! would thenO w .°0t.°5,6ve England. ! i foakinitftom Fritim the Ne* brleans pape?1 'eoa ^^. uh., %e gather the following^T o^ional-Thlptirportofthwe desPat|',a 1 ke °.ff,he the mited%ta»*s hare taken K..*?n, fto the C.lifomias,^>rid'that the V^nw «^« favor of Santa Anna" is Complet>Tsun'and Santa Anna arrived in the AJ1>,a8te f' ,over Croipn the IOtii August- Hmat.^wl *** N|*s bad reached Vera Cnt'.Tldty !n Itmon in the city if JMexico.2 fdbe^ nady *|»6i«id*nd imprisoned in fteT™ ""l6 are ^SQ^T^temerly theP: to w,*,i¥, .ffly?oflpant. A^n,^iid decJaT1 ^.?8^!8: rofmi hadjebt hii two *^ *W™atl0!t' to W trim\iimt ammW^r I'a TilM^c^coWis was f^ rt w«u,d in theberinning otl>e^befak ^ foar rNmmt^miiied uk*'*0***"^ Mont...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Peoples Advocate — 10 September 1846

TEEiCiJtQTELiffr: cgRUgCTSD WEEgajT FOB THK rEnfLf's AnVpCATEJ '"¦;•'. i - "MosTB/o««jSep>.3,fJ8*«. 'i ¦¦¦ -. ; "pfiNNSYLVANIA. - „ VadeiiJSa 4 di* ttnlalel phiabank, par NEW HAiJPSHWE. Man itMcc'T)ank par All solvent banks £dia Moylineiuma'haiik par "; ' ¦' ¦ ¦' MAINE. ' PennSownsmp bank-, par Oahvis bank'¦'' ¦ 10a—U, i.'bSnk notes, 25 dis Apricultoral bank .jdo Girard do ' par City bk Portland ,do Pennsyl'a do par Damariscotta' do Germiintown par Mercantile bk do Del cO at Chester par Stillwater. Canal bk do. ChestfcrcootWChesterpar Bangor Com bk do Montgomery co 'par vVeir tbrook bk do Karmors' b'k Buckscopar Citbens'bk I do FarmcVs ' bk Bead's. par Globe bk , 'do Enstoji par Washington co do Northampton no sale Frankford bk do Lancaster hank par All solvent bunks j dis Fnr,b| Lancaster . par r '-VERMONT. Lebanon 1 dis Bank of Bt Albans ljdis Harrisburg .1 die Bk of Bennington.—dts Middletown 1 dis All solvent bonks - i dis Carisle 1 dis ' MAS8ACHUSETT8. Columbia bridg...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Peoples Advocate — 10 September 1846

MOIVTROSE FOUNDRY. 1*e TarUT and tbe People 1! ' I iHEJ farmers of Susqnehanhah County are hereby X nopfied that the largest and best assortment of Plough^ ami Ir on-Castings of every kind and varietv-, may bejhad fresh from.the Furnace of p. PQST, JRi & CO., Cheapej- than the Cheaiwst,' for Cash! Let it be understood that we will not be undersold. «e have, too, the Ingest awrtmbnt of Goods m our Use, of any Foundry in Northern Pennsylvanui, conWrag of PLOUGHS that -will g„ up hill, and' down hip, and on the level-tp wit: Idon Ploughs, H,JBwl?v ,t IP ^gh8• Wo0d's 0}d PoteDt- ^de H.ll Ploughs, fc&. too numerous to mention, Post % Co., w,11 also fornBh their customers with lAnoiroM of every size, with Wagon Boxes Slav iS^lfSM**^ -S^' Dog^Chum I^ Fahl K ATi'T' Bnd md ?d6v«a7 kiudof Iron Castmgs Aat the fenner and hard-fisted yeomanry of tie County anaydestre. Then call at ! M A ¦ POST'S FURNACE. , Montrose, Jnne 23, 1846. PW.W ."* approved credit maybe t exchanged f...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Peoples Advocate — 10 September 1846

DEaiOC.BAI'IC «ETJEW. ...ffltEA^X, BPJfCgp. PRICE. floiM§ to ^ per mmuB,, Sihgls e«py 2S-ehv I ¦ fRosVic-fcs "or-TBS• iiiKiTE^Wrn volvmi. ' ,u A Y(*r. has now elapsed¦ aincd the price of the Demo^tic_ Review, was reducedi f|pm (5 to $3.— This reduction was'made vHth thie view of widening the range of its usefulness, and placing iti within the means of numbers to, whom the former price was an objection. The' Success of the experiment depended upon a< rigid adherunco; to the cnshl plan, and wo ore happy to havQ.it in onr power to state that it has been completely successful. The circulation pf-the wprktwuS greatly extinded..and ft such as to justify us in the.bope at restoring it to its former sine at ;its present low price. This will of course depend on the punctaaUty with which our terms are complied,with on the port of pur $111)9011- In grateful ^acknowledgement o( the generous patronage of the public, as well as (him a doepssense of the importance-to ihe country of atrf...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Peoples Advocate — 10 September 1846

M HI. HPHE Publisher's of the People's Advocate, hav. ¦ L mg the use of an entirely new and modern nssortmentof JOB TYPE, are now prepared toexecute m a neat and satisfactory style, all kinds of . JOB PRINTING. at prices to suit the times. Pamphlets, Bill Heads, Cards, Catalogues, Handbills, Blanks, &c. Printed on short rioticclj, and in the best style of the Art. i ,' t=P* A share of the People's patronage is respectfully solicited. JulyO, |1846. DOW & BOYD. IF@dT-@i? IWIdfiM. 1 WOT AIX GONE. j!\T I-™ferfortnc4'»'^'''/«''""H>' may concern, -J-1 • offers for sale, at the Hat Shop of the late C. W. Tuttle< a general assortment of Hals and Caps on a reasonable credit to those who pay promptly, or at a liberal discount for cash. ' August |t, 1846. , 8—4w. 'laS&^SS ^M 'f«Sia^ ^1'''O.« S THE subscribers are receiving, a large addition to their stock of Goods, which makes their assortment equal to any establishment in town—which they offer at redu...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Peoples Advocate — 10 September 1846

«'^;basb«tjnciarBntl ynp()rt. r tJi^^i ll ,ea ttopu^^cet^W^^^ |i thWdeclafaa opinion Df,*«i|.^^*«" ifcidi,'that^pra nt bf^irietyan^ qnali-*«: •¦*K^-8®^^SF*'W*8«jf»»* MeriulS, Root's Hat[and Cap Store on the; West •fde pf the Public Aveiraft m Mrmtrose, excee(li any fffPS pf,theiind.ever .^spiose^ for.^ hrthiSgion df coun&y. I Reader,' dp ydn discrpaTt thei rjimor J StniiemterihaPpetya^iiii^tkmi' .i; r-pTTT-[• • -I . OurdoabtMre M.ton,\ ,¦ 1 , .'. I And make us lose the gpod-.we oft might wjn. ¦¦ ¦¦ ' 1 i ¦—r." .'".",J-..' ¦¦a -.-• [A.l"EW bo2.:Patentj8akHiBMatiMi&Bo4t, s,for ,-|CX $1 a piece. CaUjand cwrin*;.. , , | JflHIPrllTSforOdat' '" "':'" 'S " V ' i ' " • |! '; MrfclaHi. - A GQODlarticleiOfEurHatsforkl^Satrj -,. ¦P- " { "." .. ','!;' ".y: ^'»i. T EGHO^N Ha ta^par than jthe cheaplsV a' •pLi . j . ¦ ;a ¦ .j,. m.£pr«.v tjINGHAklTON PlqwPpintofot 110*44 O 'J Sidiffilldo. ': f 50 Also Wayne; County Points at '{' M 4;fH's. GREAT BARGAINS! ''¦>' "sm^ ©MM&...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Peoples Advocate — 10 September 1846

-^SSSliT^P^ ,r ''IrillgaP' @,,M^lr8Tl2-#&tf' '1' " equalW any, store &iS^cpBn ^ ;Tfi^22^ay. is extenitve and will beaouiat Ji—TT "Ortttent wiSiiaWttStj land^tb|%^ ot-W? egJBNd ^ m^m^1^^ ..BroadctoM^^rvery^.variewWoplor- 1 ^mM^tft^^ : La<W.Cr«vat»j:;Scarfr,;Mitt»| HihoW ant-v , ^ss&sar^A^ «efe§si^ ^mimi^^tf "" "' '" '"j MIlLFOBuS', QSE new (wp hbrse'Lumber wagpn~irSeTv ^^ '¦' ' '" •¦" ' i ,¦ ¦ 8JJS.-MJ&son;' pARFENTEBS* and JOINEBS> TOOLS—i'i."" »SS^^5t.' T^ANNm^MlXLafbTideV ~ . , - \- — ^N assortment pf Looking Glasses for;sale all . .,l7.j? ;,. :.|, , : MULFORIJ8'. CH^TmGsiCottonYare^Battinir, T^aZ Jat -¦^-¦iM^.-.^ jMrajoy ^c- for sale at: ^ ._ i;MULFORDS\ ' •• QRgaW'SA'ftQ&BNSl'' A N ontanflVarrety'of Stipl^ and Fancy1 Dry n ?AI^X be'bi™4-"myi Ptore on the,Ea7t f.pB '?f 1^ ubuc \venn". »> Montrose, where 4e "People" ¦ San-purchase at*ery low prices SaS, or exchange their,prpdnce tocobd advantage J. B; SALISBURY. AN...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Peoples Advocate — 17 September 1846

§ ¦ ¦ •-;¦ l $l)t«|cofU's 3&t)tfcatfc; j = »0&»W£l> EVErir= wS"W- UPBSlK'o,' DV J .(Office on Jhe west stf"of *e. WMio Axenut.% <, TERMS.-JpNB DOLLAR a year in oi™***. One Doll4 Fifty Cenu if not part Alfe month,, andl delayed tumlafter rile cxpirtooapf vh» year twoftoUara )>viU be exacted. .-,»..,• DUedntiao^ces orititmal with the r^blishera, anteMarrcaragei! are P»id- . ' .' ' ' ; Lettenrto ibe Pnblubeni on bunnsss with the office must ^frost-paid to in»ure attention., , .

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Peoples Advocate — 17 September 1846

7' . i ¦ fodtu. A Oe^froi»J^u,F Forester; \Ve cxtta<§^ says tlie Boston Atlas, from the prpofsheets Qf •' Idcr'hmok." now in press, by Ticknpri &. Co. tlie iWlov-inji toao'll,ng stanzas, written to; her mother «}' Mrs. Jonsou, previous to her voyage feDmthi»poi|afewiwee}a"«goi J Gfa. nicjhiy old Seat, Mother, ' tFith ojy head! upon thy knee; . I've pas4fd through niany a changing scene, ' Since plus I sat By thee. i OW let 810 look! in^o thine eyes—Their ikeek, sqft, loving light i j ¦ Falls, likf * gleam ef holiness, - - j ] Upon tpy heart to-night. -I've not geen long away. Mother i ' - Few.snnshavej rose and *et ¦ Since last the tear-drop on thy cheek * My li]|s in kissing met. *Tis but 3 Mile time, 1 know, But v^ry long it seems; Though |very night I. came to thee, Dear §olher, (n my. dreams-The world has kindly dealt. Mother, By thtf child lion lov'st so well i Thy prafers have circk-d round her path j And 't§ras they holy spell . ^ ' V? hicb n&de...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Peoples Advocate — 17 September 1846

I itltgmlani). j THE 1J|T BUS OF MARSHAL NEY. H feoji hisjolst's " s^rotEOj^ ajsj> his jubshals.'' \ I'. •? '• At length a dark object was seen to.emerge frorri' the distant wood,' and soon' an army of thjee hundred thousand men was deployed in the fie id of Waterloo, and'be-* gan to marfh straight for the scene of conflict. Blnc|icr and his Prussians had comci, but no,Gro|cby, who had been left to hold them in c|eck, followed after. In a mo^ ment Napoffeon saw that he could not sus> tain the attack of so many fresh troops, if once alloweji to form a junction with the al-i lied forces, |and so be determined to stake his fate onjjme hold cast, and endeavor to pierce the allied centre with a1'grand charge < of the Old ^aard—and thus throwing him-i self betweeij the two armies fight them sepi araiely. Eor this purpose the- Imperial Guard was'fcaHed up, which Jiad remained inactive during the "whole.day, and divided into two immense columns, which Were to meet...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Peoples Advocate — 17 September 1846

j From the l'liiUdelphia Dollar Newspaper. : THE BURIED BOX. ; A Legend of PaiUdelpuia. BT JAMES UEES. I i C H A PTXR I . i _ 1 j Dreams. ; What is it to dream? It is to know I The talisman of motion, and soar on 3 To the high places of the upper air, '{ Like a superior spirit— IViiiit. I 5 With regard to the cause of dreams, one 4f the most able and most rational of pliilos- - dphers (the late Mr. Baxter,) whom the present age or any nation has produced,! qmonstrates, that dreams—even all dreams tyuatever—proceed ouly from the agency of ljucmbodied spirits of the human mind. We should call this beautiful idea the poetry of dreams. jNo p irt of the pbilo; oiliy of mind has been . If ss explored or less understood than dreams; ' During sleep, the faculties of tlie body-are suspended, but the mind continues active, fn many cases, dreams are evidently caused d> influenced by external impressions ; In cithers, they seem to be the recollections of tijbose associations the cu...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Peoples Advocate — 17 September 1846

th,, . ".11, ^ ^^essasssssassmsmmml ' AdvertifcaaBU.coa^icno.4, ia^^d »» ^. \ ai rates WEmtcC&bsfKmf*&$Mm* H^i, <,r*i.. % TwK ^i% ^^i.m^m^^>»»i insertion.*:' ^:?£ &mg$&?&?'¦%''*' ^ | Ye^lS:^»er#w^:^%prM«*.of •!• ' torajhoa, n»^-«cecdjS««|A:{r %m ijw }j \ QuariefcColnmn/jwiih the paper, peVSeat J*'«S W HalfColuiia^ J-;$.\&t!:gf? -- jb,i%y? 8 00 One.CoIiiian„ y *v"v'S»>r^ 't- /'doj ?.-•,- tf op Busaeis;Cara»V' ;hC'~ =jdo>?^i:' .'-.; do- 4-5 3 00 All •fthfir' rtiTitTlfTrinilritil In lrrfril' it 'rssiimdilii Adverta^ments jhoald be marked with tiwanri). oer-of uucrtion* reqairtd;^ ?.\;t ' ¦ l'i <^| t-'fi-^ j| -

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Peoples Advocate — 17 September 1846

ftije flcoplfs ^toocaic. ^ -.--.--r-. ~.' -.•.-^- -¦ ¦ -. ---.... .:^.j-v^.---.w^j.....--^ ^f .-¦ .. , n- .<r" Here shall the Press, tiic People'* rights maintain Unawcdby inHaeiice,%nd uiiuHbed by gain." MOKTBW>SE|SlEP^r. l»t 1816, "

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Peoples Advocate — 17 September 1846

IWITICE.V . The Stockholders of ¦' Tat' Peoples Advocate AnociATtoK" will convene at the Office of F. Lusk, Esq., in Montrose, on'; Tuesday the 23d inst., at 3 o'clock P.M. | By request of the Committee. Montrose, Sept. 15,^846. EF" In consequence pf the difficulty, at this, season of the i^ear, for subscribers liv-• ing at a distance t| pay. in advance for the Advocate, we havef concluded to extend the ' time for advance -paymept until the 1st of October next. • A<|er that! time, let it be understood, we will |xact one dollar and fifty cents per year fro|i those subscribers who have taken from the first number.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Peoples Advocate — 17 September 1846

! _J £-_^ , • - Congressional Conference. We understand that the Tariff-Democratic "Conferees from Tioga', Bradford, and Susquehanna comities met yesterday, at Towanda, for the purpose of] putting in nomin-- ation a genuine, ^full-fledged, Democratic Pennsylvania candidate for Congress, in opposition to Hon. I|avid Wilmot, of Bradford Co. The proceedings of their Conference will appear in ourjnei'L , We anticipate the announcement of a candidate from old Tioga of the true Democratic stamp.' If bur expectations are rlalized,1 the Democracy of the county can . rally to tlie. support of a Democrat pre-en|inentlyi entitled to their •mirages. We aWait the sequel Suicide of a Member of Congress.— The i Hon. Felixj McOonneli, member of Congress from Alabama, committed suicide on Thursday afternoon last, the 10th inst about half-past 2 f'clock,! at the St. Charles Hotel, Washington. The weapon used was a .pistol, the ball from which entered his brainj and cause*almost instant death....

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Peoples Advocate — 17 September 1846

'j----- "- • -'T i y;' - - ,,.„,. 'KeacfelwlMi Mexico.,, _f' p6me days dm we receivediuforination , .tkrough the city papers, *hat terms of peace VJpad'ibeen arran|ed between the'United Suitts and Mexjco, which, although we I we liw|]not^-et.|een aat ppsttive^bntradic-¦ ~ fi>bjr^y8,ii!Ill pfo^abjDty^prettfiure. , "f he rMW; has ^he anangement be tween ^ t»ocountrie»| asfollowsi The Mexican - ' isfci^ go*ernm|jrt of 1^42 ttf^'Westiftb. vJisned under' fjS^Sirinry: bf''the^tlriited _ States, so that injca^ofj future pronuncia-\ ¦»«»» the UniW States will have a right «*> interfere mii|»pnB>of4k* Constitutional ^ioremment; TneBw| Grande to" be me ' boundsry hue, aid the C.ihforoias to be feuiized a* a dis|ocitemip^j^{deic4ib«, protectipn rf/Jdb«.U|ited Sjm»,iut ootto be ;^||p(J iberebf^ uatil the inlwhitanU shall '., i«tW^;&*oMx - JNrosel^jg,' to; fcvor irhjeh purp^ tbecoui^ will '6e allowed to car-> I > • " 8 ' ! i ! . . 1 ' -I ry on...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Peoples Advocate — 17 September 1846

i Xust and Equal Protection. It is (often asserted, by the advocates of M'Kay's British tariff bill, that "it affords equal protection to all, the farmer, the mechanic, and the manufacturer;" and to in-" duce people to believe the assertion, portions of the bill are quoted, showing how evenly duties are imposed. ' The raw material and the manufactured article are placed in the same schedule, when the value, of the article arises from the coat bf manufacturing it. Is this equal protection 1 Who does not see, at a glance, that it is1 discriminating in favor of the pauper labor of Europe! An crainnent statesman has said, " When a tariff is protective, alike, to all classes, it is the most unequal tariff which can be framed;". and so it evidently is. - Labpr, under thej operation of M'Kay's tariff bill, must either be reduced within 30 per cent, of a level with that of Europe, or capital sink its profits in proportion, in order to prevent an inundation of articles of a foreign m...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Peoples Advocate — 17 September 1846

Honesty rnwarded by liberality. A week ago on Khday, as we are credibly infprpied, Geo. rj. Knapp, Esq. of Carbondale, lost a pocket-book while on the road between Carbondale and Wilkesbarre, which' contained $255,00 in money, and pronuriissory notes to the amount of $-3150, 00. ..After his arrival at Wilkesbarre, the loss was; discovered.: Mr. Knapp immediately offered a reward of $100,00, and relumed to Carbondale. Hearing nothing from the lost property, be again went to Wilkesbarre, from which point after a thorough search, he ret red to'his home in the said valley of Carbon. On Monday of last week he recoveredj said pocket-book and contents, A young man by the name ol Avery:; json of 31ajl Miles Avery, of Faljs township, Wyoming co. accidentally came across-said pocket-book, picked it up and carried it home, pa examining its contents he discovered theyMwere ol importance to the owner, and went directly to a-Justice of the Peace, (of course an able expounder of intricate ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Peoples Advocate — 17 September 1846

¦ Inaenendent Candidate. iotistt. Loan,E^.,ofHonesdaIe,Wayne | o. has jannouced j! jo the independent electors of Wayne and: Pike Counties," that he f8' *^la\ candiaaM *"" Representative in *he.=^'fte - Legislature ai the approaching electibflj. Inbis bard, he, says: "I am a Democrat, and an advocate of the leading measures of the general and state administration!: ja decided- friend of the Tariff of IS4ii| c^riimpri With a large portion ot'ihe democracy of thejstite^ and I do hereby distinctly and unequivocally pledge myself tous^ toy best; exbrtjons for any reasonable additi^d>gislatipn! that the New York At Erie HaUroad Company and the citizens of the^d|^nctiiriay;;^rtiff,'ana do hereby as distinctly engage to use my abilities to effect tb^ repeal of the #10,000 fax per annum imposed^m said Gompany.'? iyitr - - -': ¦ V ; i-. —j—H •, .'¦•-"¦- -•-•' ^ ^^^"St^^Ai^m^J^rMio^fSm. -^F*|^i&|to: tfar^;-rotf '^^^^m^ni! p^ple^to" tate, g^o,, ,of : the; m|a!rei['':' Ge...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Peoples Advocate — 17 September 1846

K v, ¦' fe Amosln*! -f -_ f Tlie mpaoied ••'Nofthern Bemoera^j oalling the|' Luaerrie Democrat" jemt^wbig, Cde&dedf rich. tWho%rel the founders, patrons, conductors, &£ of "that Luzerne print, whi|h the sapient^editors of our down t|awn "< Democrat" so audaciously presume to lecture f They are gentlemen of eininaut tnlerit| moral- Worth,- political conse--<|iience, arid uniformly souudi Democratic jiriuciplesl-without the shadow of tiirning. Who a|e the presiding geniuses of the 'r,Northerif Democrat" officet By what names mui' they be distinguished from others of the& stature?- Well, we have never yet put thfir names in print, and perhaps that is tin? reason why they are so crusty With us—-tp, we will venture out, and give fhem a direct notice. .They are called G. Fuller anil O. G. Herapsted. We know them botljt, for we have seen them. The jformer, "bftt a few years since, edited and published^ (with transcendent ability, of jcSurse,) the...

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