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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly State Gazette — 11 May 1867

,we See have .—— •-•v.**. • Under ibrthe so ridiculous have with danger to, oreven'the of constitutional liberty, we tempted to laugh at their absurdity. Every Congressional act, since the sur- render of our arrales, has borne more , heavily upon the black than the white Their bureau agents, by keep- ing alive and fanning into a flame, the fancied antagonism of the two races, have produced idleness and vagabond- ism on the part of the blacks, and a consequent distrust and disinclination on the part of the whites to give them "The the Houston Journal, contains some to both wMtes and Grimes jCocnty, April 20, 1867. ssrs. Editors Houston Journal :— of my people (the fireed- one; they remind of children turned CON< home. Our townsman, the agent. of our merchants, a very large stock to this market, His advertise- another column. Having I think I mm Wmm S. M. Swenson,} ÜÜ- Rutherford, Hector & Co.) of Wm. , 54 Pine St. New an old, favorite and employment,.when it could possibly be ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly State Gazette — 11 May 1867

"*?--**" . jí" l ÜOuí !o soul. SW" mm : - >~*- r- ...... .$15 of Lis Mr p ihe_cryslal gulfs «f «ir,;-i*x; ; iííSgewte upon her subtle v! i «rajiped in bliss }h . spirit in a Isnguor rare i Steep's sasciotuMieeps, • w- lulled aúd di eaiBÍHg, o the i divisa, ^ •- ? of the Great Lakes.- Journal, compar- ts river tributaries of with the body of wat St Lawrence, are fed by under- from distant mountain - the ample drainage is discharge ii and M one as very un- tiTer of the size of the at its source, should ac- and rills that drain a lake coast of three thousand miles. The artesian > are presented ¡is au ar- ; for the existence of subterranean .... iSg not (outlets a&o?—m the bottom of Lake Michigan^ which lower than the supposlá water- ring stratum which sends up its wa- _* i those wells to a height of nearly 125 feet above the surface of the lake. We do not perceive how these facts can be reconciled with the theory of any subterranean current in the case, unless by the violent ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly State Gazette — 13 July 1867

——ü I ■■ Sp S® 9h1KÍ /I„j, tf (late >i. to ílh atid t'onn 0ctS7-ly COLLECTING C. R. JOHNS & CO., Austin, Texas. For parchase and sale of real éstate; pay- of claims to land the State of debts, 3 may be t other property; claims and Federal government; © and famishing saeh information obtained from public records on personal ex animation of subjects of enquiry, r oct31-ly "PRANK MATTHEWS, Book, Periodical and ■ in Newspaper Agent, Gazette Office, Tena. No commission charged on religious and tcmperanee publications.. , PETMECKY & TODD, Gun Smiths, Cms- gross Avenue, Austin, Texas. Machines moderate. t cleaned and repaired Give him a call! Janl2-lv . . . - • Í1TTS t CO., Auction and Com- "~'v *• Merchants, Miller's corner, Congress Avenue, Austin, Texas. y -• t --i. % Regalar auction Bales Saturday. Special " -.¡v. -■ •" r?^^■ <& sales daring the week. On hand, and arriv- 5S-U fJlEACELBR! ■ A Virginian, and graduate of the Vir- ginia Military Institute, with a very suc...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly State Gazette — 13 July 1867

."s ;*"',v5í '': :-f- W&- -r^ ipsIL^ «£ ■—' rrfKliW" and Registra- f ^ «0S. ';?! 4 ! $ * Three dollars (specie) per an- iñe P*o dollars. s sqaare of eight lines—One djflar for the first, and fifty cants for each sub- Johs W. Clottd has taken charge of the Gazette office, and is aa- my all transactions difficulties in the way, starting new > the affairs of this office. JO. WALKER. 1867. and cruel as were the pro- visions of the reconstruction bills, in view of all the circumstances, the Southern people, anxious for peace and a settlement of all difficulties, Tinder the advice of a large majority of their leading men, concluded to accept them. Bud proceeded, in good faith but with sorrowing hearts, to show their sub- mission botli in word and for Flake's Bulletin. We have been under the impression ■that we wrote very good English, with tolerable clearness, and that we ought to be understood. But it seems a hard matter for our cotemporary to compre- hend our position. The Bullet...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly State Gazette — 13 July 1867

be nance of those con- office, or by ap- „ „ be may. order tan prt^ „ iM registration shall Smith, Fenwwk; power to reject from, registration Smith, Mi Lizzie; — ' * '• ; to evade £*}. C; SWI John ¡nts *, to exami :n# applicants, jSp^f01®6 and within twenty q ; Simios, Br. J H. days after the completion of registe -; Tucker, JTbomas C; tioa, may erase name wrongfully Ta; * McHiroe. Julia 1 Mrs Nancy L. «SR ' Nichols, Mid; Noulibí, Misa Thomas. PWs^, S; Nolan, Cowradtz SOthdaytf the j lei a first i in ' ftuthorizes com- manders to suspend or remove State officers, fill vacancies, and validates acts done heretofore in accordance with above. Edmund's bill is similar, except that district commanders' acts are subject to the -approval of the General of the armies. Drake's bill consists of twelve see- ing communi- cation of Prof. Buckley on the Copper and Bismuth of Northern Texas. S3C* Read the advertisement of the great Sheep man, Campbell, for a Shep- herd. ¡KS" Notice nor, citation •t...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly State Gazette — 13 July 1867

' á&v ; ¿ m.f3£fe i-^ •--''- 2-" £" '/? V.-v .• :.? - sidi; ^23 feg. ISPPIIIii SP : A Y, JULY 13, 186? mmmmm r'led. the breeze, We hare permission to publish the j . § AUSTIN COLLEGIATE . FEMAL,E mINSTITUTE uuuic* - lady, Mrs. Sarah Hughes, jm whose labors in behalf of the suffering; IhE NEXT SESSION «9 con poor of the South have been so zealous the last Monday of January, 1867. - - - ■ Bhe has accora- _^pwenty a great deal of the others engaged in the same , mission of benevoler.ee and thropy, have been heretdean; but much more yel remaing to be done. The cry Talent in currency or trade—tuition ofeaeh month: for "Bread! bread!" is still heard in the South, and the wails of the dis- tressed are loud and frequent. Ken- tucky has done nobly in her responses to the calls for aid, and much more she ...$15 20 00 , Latin, Greek, Phi- 26 GO DRY GOODS, STATE OP TEXAS, DlPiHKXliT , Jope 21,1887 the operation and exe- Act of the Legislature of An Act to Pro- 7."".'; .... will yet do; and ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly State Gazette — 20 July 1867

'¿5J? > fcá i fHr1rf ^9 IwS1 -•.- * «• i *■■« ♦ 5 to the citizens of Austin M .D., Oftce at the old *>H always be found . • - . P. pKNGEJUHBEB. Texas. Practice m the District and Sa- Cocrteof the State, and the Federal aad Tyler. Sep26-ly A ^0n\ey it kwv, WiU ¡ tos# before the Departments at Washii City. Attention given to land and other E *K: .;■ Northern and Eastern Texas. dress, Tyler, Texas. _7 ^ cutí. i. ROBAROS .. AI*£. H. (late W. L. & C. L. Robards.) ' .7; AJOBAROS & JACKSON, Attorneys and Counsellors at Law, Austin, Texas. Reporters llpr (¡5a¿cíU. AUSTIN, TEXASrJULY 20, 1867. •Edited by H>a J The Land we Love* : i General D. K. mm J AMES B. MORRIS, Attorney and Coon ellor at Law, Austin, Texas. Oct27-ly rjlexas land and collecting agency. C. R. JOHNS A CO., Austin, Texas. For purchase and sale of real estate;- pay- ment of taxes; adjustment of claims to land and other property; claims against the State and Federal government; collection information and furn...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly State Gazette — 20 July 1867

í" ^ SIS wm Mm, eays that "the guarantee to ev a republican form What is a rep ment and what is meant by guarantee- ing ? Webster tells us " a republic is a State in which the sovereign power is exercised by representatives elected will the faith, an out the commanding Grant and Bherman, war was laid j ou e autiiority Of the j er was in good; entire and com Sightedness. I Hash to Please.—Makers Bulletin I of the 13th has an article commenting y°u stoP who can scare*-N*s a commum^-- . plantation nd their nos® with- i Houston Tel 36,^,thS6j Tacks, whicl who canno see any heading for iTlake is hard who cannot look into the future,! the radicals—he don't like the c „ , , mgs, who cannot look into the future,1 the rat t \ ': •>* the changes which time ¡ v.tíve tag the Northern arm.ee, who ^ - actions on the present in mind when or are absent from the shall the steamer seems proper that the Government shall wüt. further and more defiuate B working hours information before entering upon...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly State Gazette — 20 July 1867

m i ; notic mm • ; . . • -. you, brethren of the ; me, by publishing mere, and if. you can give a notice editorially, mmm-i General ¡38 * kave no way of reaching the ear «tented J 0*tens gí thousands of S 1662 to w5i0 know me, who I must believe, will patronize my enterprise were they acquainted with the fact. „ Anything I can do to repay yonr kindness, please to command and be- lieve me truly yours. . M. W. Phillips, Late Wm&M General deem need- L, of the beard to fill va- Tfee New Reconstruction Sec. 9. That all members of farm- boards of registration and ail persona hereafter elected or appointed to office in said Military Districts, under any so called State or municipal authority, or by detail or appointment of the District Commander, shall be required to take and subscribe to the oath of office pre- scribed bv law for officers of the United States. Sec. 10. That no district commander or member of the board of registration, ! or any officers or appointees acting un- 1 SALE....

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly State Gazette — 20 July 1867

^-1 1," He tornea;' •: * * love. SlSí -^ Hi WM a stnifing a ustffl higu school, extended hand, aud ere long the LE next session of this school, exclusively É ffc. young widow, was married by a ; of the Peace to the Prince} i Murat, son of the late King of i bat not before he had written MONDAY, 2ND DAY OF SEPTEMBER, ™ exiled family, obtaining their full consent to his marriage, which was basement of the M. E. Church, t recorded in the Tuileriea ; thus, on a • change of dynasty, obtain his wife' ; recognition among the crowned heads i por T After her marriage, Madame Murat |te:q >.removed to her husband's plantation, j ; and, having never in youth known the ! i value of money, he lavishly expended ' * " ""~j¡ formerwealth. i 'i session of twenty weeks, payable oí' each month: English branches alone ..... English branches, with higher Matl actaaties, (Algebra. Plain (Ge- ometry, 'fri ¡Tonometry, Analytical Geometry, Descriptive Geometry and Seimae.) ■(. MM (Latin and French) and th...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly State Gazette — 3 August 1867

SHI mm ÜP ££§& — ,j?r_ Ange-; ; Q. L. Kobufe.) & JACKSON, Attorneys Ml of W. L. & C. Dec 15 JAMES B, MORRIS, Attorney and ellor at Law, Austin, Cotsn Oet27-ly fjls ¡XAS LAND AND COLLSCTISS AGENCY. C. R. JOHNS & CO., Austin, Texas. For parchase and «le of real estate; pay- nfent of taxes; adjustment of claims to land and other property; claims against t'>o State and Fáneral government; cohaetion of debts, and furnishing such information as may be obtained Iroai public recoids on persona amination of subjects oí eu juiry. w_ ex oítól-ly EIMECKY £ TODD, Gan Smiths, Con- gress Avcniw, Austin, Texas. pg Se ios Machines eleansd and repaired Terms moderate. Give hün a call! Janl2-ly fi - A. PITTS 4 CO., Auction and Com- ~ P, S U 13 M v¡ ■TlFI^I ; 5 ^ l- g- 2 o ■3li W O 32 ® Merchants, Miller's corn , Congress Austin, Texas. Regular auction salea Saturday. Special during the week. On hand, and arriv- a full sapply of DR? GOOI* AND GROCERIES, Which we offer k>* for cash...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly State Gazette — 3 August 1867

- ■ y ; peaaency i vo which this, is cursed. Both books ty, vigor and Alike they are us see. not The editor E9HHI w ion over I dishonor of m State, at Repub- [ by its people—the expulsion te chosen officials, aad the advent deputy ruler by a military order bayonet. This is guaranteeing1 a Repubti- ;! The disfran- 'large. we don't either the •atives. It is we do not like either Mr. or Mr. Evans, but it is untrue object to either because the a refugee and the other re- in Washington during the war. ■zette knows very well why we: to these gentlemen. They are Gazette because of of. their Union sentiment, are objectionable to us for the reason. The difference between e's Bpiaetix and the State Gazette is this: That it desires to preserve all the sentiment—all thejafluence of the Confederacy that it can, while we want mt to root it out. Were the contest be- tweea,a fire-estlng rebel and Mr. Han- cock, the Gazette would go with the sulphur while we would with Mr.Jlan- cock; were the contes...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly State Gazette — 3 August 1867

i would be TJBE TEXAS penury. should uot be LINES OF STAGES, í S? PECAN PWelmW*! Bank of Unabella, Or- Are now carfjing Passengers New York, foiled. Lia-' parts of the State. 5205,000, in consequence of alations. ■ '■ "■ j, i ug portion of Table Rock DjAGES leave for the interioras follows i away to-day. \ Ijpave Brcnbam for Round 'lop, nine years old, bind foot OB shoulder. Both at $70. 14 1 lauds stoc one oye 10 years their old • is posted by Joñas fl'kC. 0. L.C. fyUW Deputy. . Peaasr r fin d; Í2I9S. - • ; v. . ATJSTIN, TEXAS', *Í >NTINUE at then- old stand on Street, and are just in receipt of a large ■III ¿uiy i .ue receipts to-day $155,000. ! Winchestor,Bastrop, Webbervffle and Austin, _., *that five thousand j every day, excef* Sunday, on arrival of ears . are expected to arrive at New ; j™ £«* pursuance of a contract by , ^. aad ¿tffL3Moulin c'íty, A Certain [g^ Mareos, New Braunfela, &c., to San in Alabama, Louisiana ánd San Antonio. mmmm . . . : It irf reported that ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly State Gazette — 3 August 1867

in tite e : the night -~ f§ tv- , lbebm lofMi , ttsui Tj '.?- * t breath; i Ilea cold In i Efjeagfe-g&llf y >y~ C c i about -¿i? 5 í lay that ntr sfemB; i lid «hut oat I be has known. j pain tho lather fee! ^ " * - * his hsatthstone • eahme wea i lock of hair?. t o'er my ftsrt bora's cheek 'td the rammer air. ^ .woífsto ras OF BOSTON. Igj i country was about a treaty President the Select- Mass., un- to the States for hav- I said treaty. A special and sent to this rebuke, reached the _ JH Ny i of July, 1T95, the act of my ad- pwwpBpH States as one that would , and to con- and peraa- Nor of con- It was, in y oar for my own '""h■tL , Él i, , . witn atten- ds at any But the which I never i to £ treaties, consent of the i, and i of information, which tdl ought not (Conrietioa of others, or to seek any channel but thai invea I have re- rtfce A lamp of vuvcfuaicnt down Mexican iron ladle and state by means of and a pair .of bisick- It is then poured in- which it is taken out into a ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly State Gazette — 31 August 1867

: y mil i AUGUST 31, 1867. m ig| -,,. -. r .-; ' íl ®j@R? iRÉsA^kriK %4Mii To convict- Mí* <fidl ed, isrtd an devilish de- mcumbept Department, carefully to la respectfully as 1 do, -to offer at present anv m ¡¡feg|fc& ürenrise,I beg Davis of to ass on thü1 me to reserve .Jáatohett, the i -', known to me fS,? í would go—in af, therefore, only deposing.made and Srrevel said mm in the Bureau Of and in testifying that be said CampbelTin Can enterprise, avert here i is trop- Uames weíe petitioner declared that " Hoate and án-dotherwise, iipon t ÜT iferinurdga consist offcur, in a'¿¿reel, ivé is ; caption. r,the 27th of July,tm itóe-saai Wá wiffcr The foílowi^ fe'a ¿6gy their i€tí Roberts, wtgmmm of Military wefrfe aba beginning to end, and were known to be so by ytttir petitioner; and that . were not at—said ■ CampbelliB it i=> Canada in Jose, <-I86£ or said Snevel ' in Wilmington in: August, 1865—the plaeesat which your petitioner claimed to have first seésrihem. That it w...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly State Gazette — 31 August 1867

plli ill ■ PE U- -• " 'i-? --'-v ñí. v •' •:, - J:"- lÉgip. ' . ■ . - : • . • - ■:; ••• ■r -■••-■ ^ .■ "' " • \ . ' • • . ; ; ...;. ,' - • .. . •'.•• . - ■• • --- - - . """ ■ - ■■ ■■■ . .■■■■■ , - - ■ .'. i • ■ ■■ ,'. '.7 ■ ■- - - ■ ' *' ■ Mwfti IÉP^-Jpííípí^P mm je of the State to which the ■Ü^b^ÜH or of into the hands of a " In monarchial governments, be sick y would up to their if tliev con ve exi odate a Ins successors. The o not iccóm iiémí ft when this was w be fot: flsy hítoI bad luck, me and Igofr a glorious • is supposed to be tested m to imagine or or his apparent, is high trea have several kinds by statute. In the United n is defined by the Con the actual levying of At this junction of be the guished GenesaL'iaow lie mind seems to bjdfl Of- Falls the fijbieader Df ibfiP radical mmmrn átiotí in whíéh the row converts held by, . the FÜS!faul are spoken cwith open con tempt. W ^widence in them ánd The radicals insist that is amc f. W likely . For a long 4 conversion a n a rJ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly State Gazette — 31 August 1867

, and pftí-fiasipfté iMM great diffi- on but com- crnmeut itiori. ............... .lift; the minority in the wüí of tibe ma- jority prop^rfy expressed; and above ail, tbe military must be kept, accord- p|ÉMÍ|HpMÍi|M •_ ,, , w . j ia strict subordination to the - civil au- oi the sicktiess of its hands.—--tBority." r]css°n^t both learned and practiced, there can be no political freedom. Absurd, preposter- en to terrible speeches delivered in C : Popclak ClUSfe. That exc oes, it is a as sa *c of government to be prescri oiiou msane by mfl- ■ atten- Doetor 3ion. of the Avenue, iSg§§|pi - • st tí Bas- is now ent fac- ilf the We the most ignorant negro that dances to barbaric music in the feteish ritea of heathen se V it is npw pro- posed to give it to the women, against w.Meh no objections on the score of intelligence can be made, but against which great objection lies when we .take fitness of things ; and the duties of social life. Then Testó' Convention with suggestion of infantile su...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly State Gazette — 31 August 1867

■üifti aloft, L'hae. ^Él will be done! ilsfe! : l the ñ t o'er Lfetc, jcare, ; sake, t the feet of Grief, *1 break, t To-morrow's Sun 1 the did you go - i: * ife iimm boys, I Piano, Guitar and to?" Went to Heaven." " 0, come now, general, that is a b, for all that—I went to r tedies°ca procure hoard Agetm, Angcet 3,16G7-Ü • "Whose and lorn ■■ tere «mi Andah! the Ave met inj Heaven." ^ ?jj •Wall, that's^tlie^neer part of it, and I'll tell you how. You see, when I got there, I made my Way up to a s ate. sad knocked and asked what that was, and somebody looked over the wall and asked what I wanted, and I said I wanted to come inside Then he said he was St. Peter, aqd For that w«b*36e gate of Heaven, and I told him that was just where 1 wanted to get to. He asked me some ques- tions, and was Just goin' to let me in, when, just my tarnal lack, along come üie devü, and he hollered out to Peter ¡hat I belonged to him, ánd hadn't any . ___ « ai -t AUSTIN HIG H SC „ «,—fítfoffDHhftFSrfíoal, ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly State Gazette — 7 September 1867

y ..-^£íí;3íjí —. IN. OF LIFE we are red, we are oce Recollections of Ca Jet Life t loirod^cc & SPW , be If it be REfeEt GFSERAia ¿S BOYS ¿T WEST POINT. ' ...jji ---- for "An Old Dragoon" is writing a ÉÉ| sketches for a j remiiusceaees I of cadet life W«est Point Mil j rioua The following tire ex- tracta "SIDNEY johnston. The iirrit yadetl eveV heard Of gn?e oau^K)t^eoar to tim^ beautiful land, oar soak by "the <wle from its «rdena -ate tknu'd | **-••- IPi" " . v>' % . ¡ When, we famt in the deserte of this; Ana we jx^tiuies have. lioged tor its holy Wb« e torn with temptations ¡Hid woed^ not the State And we've drank froia, tbe tide oí tbe river -■- -fdebta. .. ttat.M*- .. íoffcfe. ;f¡|fe i,Texas. of claims to —i— r"T V<m~i And our A. PHI'S & CO., Auction aad Com- Mflter's-corner, Coagre Texas. sales Sttnrday. fecial W< ing, a fell supply of iY GOODS AND GROCERIES, ■ cash, or in exchange * *1 R. W & - >*a MM RRALL business as) LAND AGEN T,' —in the city o...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly State Gazette — 7 September 1867

IKPgillP ' " '-' *' ■ ":-- • "- ■■ - -■:---/rr, 1Ü m WmrnmMMMm -•; ,J~: ' ■ ...■■■ :>/ .C^r'r--. ■ - . gHHHHM|B^ ' m - - ■ -- - •• " .; -•-• •.•. •'- .. . f0MfeÉ|3 m&e* -A; :-"?s 1U who were go on as PPm .; first line of wi mm* we I 5¡? J ~ '-«•fggS r - •■; - ¡ .i® 1 pro- content; etion, ex- fe exertions to exclude them, that the time would come Jjg^ ||jjj|^É|^K^j| ' ! by quoting , parents embrace | Billings : i of liberal ideas and feelings, and i by an nupre- people of went ofths hM ' of his ideas on And I shall v , the renowned Josh I always advise short ser- perhaps mons,"especially on*a hot Sunday. Il . ... . but „ . o„ liifflreiit sides a„d «gMtag o e radical their and brothers, registrars i enough, we fear, to be benefit. There will be white renegades juy to be at peace from their race and color sufficient, to- thought, and, 110,doubt, and i ,v poor gim-: . _ in the roug so t^at «Spy It was a. happy place." Now there is a great deal of oeasity ofpr consolation sober tr...

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