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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic Telegraph and Texas Register — 27 January 1848

& "fgfmriff-jisra-ji TEJttifI8m$& iu advance. Published Weekly. or $5 at the end ot the year BY CRUGER, & MOORE. HOUSTON, THURSDAY, JAMUARY 27, 1848. VOL. XIII. NO: 4-WHOLE NO. 631. 'DEMOCRATIC TELEGRAPH AND TEXAS REGISTER, Published ectry Monday, Main Si., Houston BY CKC7GER & MOORE. TERMS. - Subscription for One Year, or Fifty -Two Number.-, .... $3.00 Advertising, one dollar per square for the first insertion, and fifty cents for each subsequent inser- tion. Ten lines or less to constitute a square. . To Merchants and others advertising by the year, a reasonable deduction from the above rates will be made. Steamboat cards, Political and Personal comma mentions will be charged at the same rates as ad- vertisements. Announcements of Candidates for office Spin advance. All Advertisements not marked with the length of time desired for publication, will be inserted until forbid, and charged accordingly. ' . -83MU communications intended for the Tele- j'raphuanyt boaddr...

Publication Title: Democratic Telegraph And Texas Register
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic Telegraph and Texas Register — 27 January 1848

- likeness that suggested to him the idea of the little drama which he wished to give his guests, in return for the compliment that we had paid him and his neighbors on board of tho boat- It hardly need be added that Mr. Morton himself enated the part of the magician, little as we suspected It at the time. The invisible performer was a married daughter of bis, the mother of that lovely infant. We now took a final leave of pur new acquaintances for we had, at that moment, received intelligence that the engineer, having accomplished the object of his journey to St. Louis, much sooner than we anticipated, had returned, and everything was now ready for the departure of the boat immediately after our return. Bid- ding a hurried and most affectionate adieu to our Bluff- dale friends, whom we never expected to meet again, we all returned on board, if not wiser and more thought- furthan when we left it, yet, without a single regret for the accident to the Belle Creole, much as we had at fir...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic Telegraph and Texas Register — 27 January 1848

';:,!,0SfiSKeP." oa the Brusbj, San. Gabriel and other tributa- ries 01 Little river. The following extract indicates that our rivals nt Lavacca are ani- miteJ with a spirit of enterprise that equals, if it djes not-exsel, that which our Galveston neighbors have recatitly evinced. Houston must be on the alert at this juncture, or she may ero long, have nothing to boast of but beautiful edifices to rent, and well graded, and well naved, but deserted streets. The editor says: , 'Lavacca is not alone in the race for pre- eminence ; there are other competitors, whose ' bottom and speed will press her close, and whose friends are equally sanguine of final success. We "would say then to the interes- ted, be up and doing. Well begun is halfdone . says a sage of old. The formation of a road in a direct line to La Grange at this time, would, from all we can gather oa the subject, be highly accepta -ble to the people along the route, and on the waters of the Colorado above that point, and- at...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic Telegraph and Texas Register — 27 January 1848

'4 'n NEW AND- SEASONABLE GOODS WADE ,& CEXJGER, Telegraph Building, Main Street, Houston Texas, Wholesale and Retail dealers in Groceries, Drj Goods, Hardware, Boots and Shoe, Hea- dy made Clothing, Hats, Sad- dlery, Glass, Crocker, Wood & Willow Ware, &c., &c, &c.', HAVE on hand and are constaUly receiving a large and well assorted stock of Fall aud Win- ter Goods, purchased in the Boston, New York, ahd'other markets, which they are selling at very low.pfices, and to which they respectfully invite the attention of Planters and Merchants, and the x public generally: GROCERIES. New Orleans and sugar house molasses; New Orleans, lost and powdered sugary; Rio and Java coffee; St: Louis and Ohio Flour; Hams sugai cured and common ; bacon sides, cider vinegar, sperm oil, sperm candles, soap, starch, rice, tobac- co.. Teas gunpowder, imperial and young hy- son; mackerel in bbls. and hall bbls ; buckwheat, Goshen, buiter, Goshen.chee.se, saleratus, alspice, pepper, cin...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic Telegraph and Texas Register — 10 February 1848

4 -. 8WpSf- 'pnife-f"&sye' VW r r TIC TELEG XAS REGISTER. & i:i T:&lJIS'$3 in advance. Published Weekly, or $5 at the end ot the year ncMnPRii ftv,'2H K W E v S H ' in in i in inaaiaBBBaaMBBi mi juiiBgaaaagmj' rmituaaaBSii- iiiiiBBaaan illinium j ; g.c Auger & moose. DEMOCRATIC TELEGRAPH AJSID ... ,UEXAS REGISTER, PakisAe2 grery Monday x Main St., Houston BY CRtTGER & MOORE. Subscription Tordne Year, or Fitly-Twd Number, - $3.00 Advertising one dollar per square for the first ioseruGnyariu fifty cents for each subsequent inser- tion. Tej lines or ie&s to constitute a square. To Merchants and- others advertising by the year, areasonable deduction from the above rates. 7111 be made. Steambidt.cards, Politic al and Personal comnm oications will be charged it the same rates, at. ad- vertisements. Announcements Candidates for office $5 in Advance. . All Advertisements not marked with the ltngth of time debired for publication will be inserted until forbid, and cha...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic Telegraph and Texas Register — 10 February 1848

-j"-.-jr I l IW T W fe n-at, but if there be crime in the act, conscience de- claret, that I am equally guilty ; for if was my fix-d determination to have done so, but a saffic'wut number ,of Senators left their seats'to secure to us the object, before it came to my tnrn, and' 4 retained -ray seat, olyto'effect a compromise, in casff force should be resorted to, to compel the return of those who had left; knowing as I did, that when cousHenhe spbkc, tattle fields could not deter them with all their roar of artille- ry ; and that sooner titan -bo compelled to sacrifice their conscience, they would surrender the authority by 'which they held boats upon this floor. The appropriation bill had not became h law tho rev- enue bill, by which the government had to bo suppor- ted was in a like situation ; and I am-roud, that on that occasion I was successful; by whioh, a similar resolution to that now under consideration, was laid upon the table: tho -Senators returned tho bills re- ferred to...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic Telegraph and Texas Register — 10 February 1848

-Cst . y? v-r v--. f. 4 - r The WEA.TriKn.-Ddrm'afEoi4vhole of JanurfttfaraoVe1rttoh-ii tempexaturefcil J5ioiv4hc freezing pjBint,,jHid no frost rasc Th& wathcM heclr so yarnr add-mild that itue "peach tree&are parifalfy in ioam. and 'several xTthe forest trees are beginning to pat forth leaves. The. little flowers ofahHoustomaMiave; enlivened the. prairies for several weelcs.' We (ear that1, these edrlj ericences of Spring'may Le delu- sive, and late .frqsts may yet destroy th&Spring llosspm's. It has often been noticed that a long season of mild weather in January is sue- cee3ed by severe frosts in February or March. It will be'Tecollected that one of the most de- structive frost's ,ever noticed in' this section wasun March, 1839, and was accompanied by aiheavy sleety we belie ye henyever that the -preceding winter had been unusually mild, and very little cold weather prevailed in the beginning of winter. This winter was the reverse, the weather in December Was remarka...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic Telegraph and Texas Register — 10 February 1848

f -rW9frtPemf tr-yGi$T-!iwT- - -ws- rJqflTjPi''W I. aF SARSAPAR1LLA ! BAILEY'S Sarsaparilla, superior to every oth- er preparation for chronic rheumatism, old til- lers; dyspepsia, restlessness, scrofala, warranted ul triple the strength and usefulness of Sands' or any other now in use. lrThe Chemta Baily, of Brooklyn, has put us-in possession of hb receipe, and we willingly testify to the superiority of his sarsaparilla. For bale only by his agents jane 19 ROBERTS &CO. CHEAP -GASH STORE. JUST received, and will be sold low for cash, 100 barrels Irish Potatoes, by 1 TJrtYTkA1M J. WlUIVUOll, dec 21 Main street. "T OrlAi E BALSAMEaUE. " PREPARED byP LMassey, for thecure of Gonor hoea, stricture and gleet, a. medicine rivalling the celebrated 'Thom1s Extract" just received andfor6ail ,by nov 13 ROBERTS & CO. N. B. Directions accompany each box, and any inquiries respecungdiet, etc , answeredby Dr. Roberts Iree of charge. . QAAA lbs. While Lea), pure, just received CfJ) from the...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic Telegraph and Texas Register — 17 February 1848

-tysw - - TJ3!K:ar.S'-$3 in advance. 'Published, Weekly. or $5 at the end ot the year BY CRUDER & MOOfeE. EOUSTON, THURSDAY, FEB.RJTA&Y 17, 1&48. VOL. XIII. N0.7-WHOLE NO. 634.. ,., tsiP?-gg)fr- -y:f -jt-sn?Mps:" rT y DEMOCRATIC TELEGRAPH AND TEXAS REGISTER, Published ivtry Jftonday. Jfati St., Houslon BICRUGER & MOORE. Subscription for One Year,.or Filty-Two Number-, ,,,", - - - $3.00, AaVenisin?, one foliar per square (or the first insertion, ana fiftycents for each subsequent inser- tion. Ten lines -orless lo con&iitnle a" .square. To Merchants and other? advertising yby the year, a reasonable deduction from the above rates will be made. Steamboat caids. Po!i iraiand Personal comma nicattpns will be charged at the same rates as ad vertisements. , . -. "- Announcemenjsof Candidates for office 5 in advance. v" , a 0 A 11 Advt-ni-e'ments nor marked with the length oftims des'iredcfdr publication, will be inserted inril fnrhirl. and 'charged accordingly.. KJA.ll c...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic Telegraph and Texas Register — 17 February 1848

viojwv, n vr , . V mc. K 1 I? I $ complexion and manner, satisfied,me that he was not a mussulraan. I .rode up to him. - " Hallo 1" " v. ,., "Hallo to you!" said he, in good English. The tone and maner in which he spoke ere a- ted a suspicion that he was one of us. After shaking hands with him, he looked inquisi- tively at me and said "Stranger, moughn't I have seen you be- fore?'; "Where 7" " Why, in New York." " I belong there, but where do you come from?". " 1 traded in a sloop from Stonington to New York, and I'm right sartin that I've seen you , often." "Pray what are you doing here in this bar- ren and isolated spot?"' 'I keep this hotel. "Hotel?" . . "Yes,sir-ee nothing else! It isn't the Astor House, but I enteitain man and beast traveling from the Red Sea. They reckon sometimes to stop the night with me, and get a cup of coffee and chicken now and then, and a pie." Where will the enterprize of the universal Yankee nation end? ju what part of the world will they not be ? " B...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic Telegraph and Texas Register — 17 February 1848

mr -xOr Jipfs3rVr' ?m'-?sj,- -ffS" 2!ST' --., "-". jreJ Ui n - f searches on Meteorology by G.BemetDowler. M. D., a leclure delivered introductory to the course of Physiology and Pathology, in xKe University ot Louisiana, by John Harrisoa, 31. D., and aa address? delivered before the Fhysicol Jiedieal Society of New Orleans, by it. M. Graha.ro. The excerpta embrace a course of lectures on Jthe Physical Phenomena of liiiug bodies, ddiversd itx the University of Pisa? by Professor MatteueeL This jour- nal seems to increase in value with each suc- ceeding flumberi and if properly sustained by the Physicians of the South, it will doubtless be the moans of elevating the profession in this quarter, to a rank that will compare favor ably with the profession in any part of the Union. Wo give below some extracts from the important -general order of Gen. Scott, laying military contribu- tions pHlie Stales of Mexicg.. It .wiU be seen that the amount of these contributions is upwards of three m...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic Telegraph and Texas Register — 17 February 1848

ty&rsst&fy-? '"szx' & -jtfa-A k -Auction and Commission Business. SHABEN & BROTHER RESPECTFULLY inlorm their friends and the public generally, that they have again op- ened their Auction sales every day, and also will sell at candle light every night, very thankful tor the liberal share of patronage received hereto- fore. Persons having Goods io be sold at Auction will please send them in a da belore the sale. Particular attention paid to the sale of Negroes, Lands. Hordes, city property, &c, &c. oct 12 QOn ". Alum, OU 450 lbs.. Epsom salts, 350 " Brimstone, 200 " sulphur, 200 " saltpetre, 50 " Rheubrab, 3 bbls Whiting, 2 " chalk, 2 " Putty in bladders, 2 " spirits Turpentine, Just receiw?d by roav 1 J. D. GROESBEECK cf- Co. HOUSTON HOUSE, Corner of Main and Franklin Sis., Hous- ton Texas. THIS well known Huuse having been refitted and repaired, is now open lor the reception ol Boarders and Travellers. - The-Tabie will be supplied with the best the market- af...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic Telegraph and Texas Register — 24 February 1848

jbF TELEGRAPH AN REGISTER. : if J ! .-- usmuunHiio - , 'J UBKiflECS -S3 in advance BY OJRCJGER & MOOJtE. DEMOCRATIC TELEGJ2APH AOT TEXAS REGISTER Published every 'Monday, Muirt &., Houston BY CRffiSER & MOORE. e Rifts,. - Subscription for One Year, of Filty-Two Number, f - , - - 3.00 Advertising, one'dbllar r square ior the first insertion, and fiUy cents for each subsequent inser- tion. Ten lines or Je3 to constitute a .square. To. Merchants and others adverjiMiig by the year,-a)ceasonaDieaeauction.irom tne, above rates will be, made. Steamboat cards, PoliMralarirl Personal commu "nications will be charged at ihe.sam'e rales as ad- vertisements. Announcements of Candidates for office $5 in advance., ' All Adverfi-emeqts not marked with the length ofrifiia desired for publication, will be inserted until torbid, and charged accordingly f ,' KJ Ul communications intended for the Tele' T graph mut be addressed po t-paid to the Editor. LAW ON NEWSPAPERS. 1. Subscribers who d...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic Telegraph and Texas Register — 24 February 1848

& & 3T 3t lliuos, and Ifcuovv uotSwhcre, ,td Texas, waa "not tfaovuigofelo a greak,distauce,cuiglit to bfldone",with CJUCa renccium. ' 11 involves Bvcry uinig, ana CTcry thljig'lo every memberof oneVfaraily, as vycU'anoae'i. ejft" Worried with the labor of poor lands, should one jo tp where the lauds yield most He may find there tfcj'cleath Jh the pot. So I vVas told of,. family who tc- ajrapved to some foLlaud somewhere apout the .-ross-' gingers, from Kentucky, I IhinkrAo-after two years uly, the lather and mother returned childless ana broken-hearted to their old homo. Thev had moved Jiol for themselves, -but for their -children, that they jujght" make tben rich ; "but it proved only to bury l)iem. "-JKeSilt requires tliat many thi igs, every thing, fould be'consiueredJielore one, determines an xemov- 9 ipg at all and that being concluded on, to fir oil the ipphce to wbich.it is best to remove With such reflec- tion on tho"jart of movers, there would be no need of j".lipo...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic Telegraph and Texas Register — 24 February 1848

"ftSji- -. 3 '- -; vs.' ,--'ws' ' --ytfeiRai - 9sniiiaBHw: Pv m. r 4 Hcmwfspi''-. : TML. &jl i . TnTjrratory -Indians within beRlirYiits,uor"wa8 the mils- diction over the soil of tfiaUterritoiyjbver ceded to the Federal GoverumenL NoneT'of therighUf "ofcsotl, which 'rexks possessed as an independent uatioifw ere impaired or surrendered by annexation.. X)f thee lq3.cirn aud receive, from ihegemrargovr-rnme.utprn- lecuaujjuuc irouuei: irom iiiaijii,cepreu.uioiis uua a guaruntjjifotUie; p'reoervation oT the. subsisting treaty with theiodiaiis for peace, and amity. The right to regdtatc -commerce' v'.t the Ipdian 1 triba conferred hy the Constitution ou Cdugress.is h nnsHinn State limits, except so Far as it may' be ihaicpensahlv nefccssary'Jd carry into effect the power specially tlel--egated 16 'regulate' cotmnerce. No Indian boundary line Was ei'er Tecbgnaed T)y Iheaiithorities'bf Texas, before 'annexation, nor does he Indian treaty ra ti- lled February 15th, iSSfbjr ti6 Senate ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic Telegraph and Texas Register — 24 February 1848

r 4, k .t V, t ' t - z IT" ' S tlCiU . .J SJf' 1H v 'jgjHEflp gash store:1 f JUSjreceived, and will be sold low for cashj 100 barrels Irish Potatoes, by . ; J. RIORDAN, dec .21 j, IVJain .street. jL'tA&LF bbls.ol -Baltimore flour, iocsale bf ; JtX de 11 X. D. GROKSBERCK & CO. J RIORDAN "AS removed to;Long R6w, Main street, -where I.e. V1t An rT A qnd ...vi.t.,, tl vif ourintr n . I HBO VU 1MU AtlU Luuiauiij -t.ll v u5 iiuuiiiiviiKi KtLgc, wen m:itocu auu fcaiuu- able lockcTDry Goods, both fbteign and domes- "hCjjbopnets, flowers, boots, shoe, haN and caps wbich jhieyofiers al a reduced p,rice or cash. RED BUCKWHEAT, a tew bushels for bale DbV tan 28 WADE & CRUGER. 4 I.EAJJ., t,, vTy vk c Jb's- pu re ' ead 1 UU 1003 lbs No. 1, Lead,' ' - - 500 " .-red lead, ' j Received per steamer Palmetto, and for sale low "forcash.by nov 13 ROBERTSCO. rpEAS 10 boxes' young hyson, JL 12 boxes Gonpowdet, v i. 'Sboxeslmprial, s li .Souchongy r Received 'per nri ilary from New York for s-f...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic Telegraph and Texas Register — 2 March 1848

JW s -F&n -'.'fBTVWS?,- af.-T,- - TjtflZJtlS 3 in adrauce. Published Weekly. or $5 at the end oi Hie year BY CRCJGER & MOOEE. HOUSTON, THURSDAY, MARCH 2, 1848. VOL. XIII. NO. 9--WHOLE NO. 636- Uj ,kC- inSSZB1BSBBBBBain"nmfm FOBBBMNxMMVEaewiMaM waMaHnMnamHMBBi ! i inn n i i i iibwih ii aim i n iiwimi in i i n minin imibmumiii m - - hkmm iKMMaKMBHSHKaBnnHHmBBHHBBd . I DEMOCRATIC TELEGRAPH AND j, texas Register, Published every Monday. Main Hi.. Houston BY CRUGER & MOORE. 'TERMS.. Subscription for One Year, or Filty-Two Number.-, - $3.00 - Advertising, one dollar per square for the first insertion, and fifty cents fort:ach subsequent inser- tion. Ten lines or less to constitute a square. To Merchants and others adverii.Mng by the year, a reasonable deduction from.the aboverates will be made. Steatnbjit cards, Poli'ir-aland Personal comtnu nications will be charged at the oame rates as ad- vertisements. Announcements of Candidates for office $5 in advance. AtlAdverli-ements ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic Telegraph and Texas Register — 2 March 1848

V..'5345'itJ,fi'"-t'i- v -v- .assF'fsy:- Ii v nexntion will Tjs amostpowerfaladd'dolfghlfal'evidcnce. of civilization. .""-' ,'' ' s- TAe Water Cure. The Beaton Transcript contains thec folio wing, .description of the water euro process, written by a.fried of the editor who, is under the Pries- nitz 'scare: " FreTnal Jan, Silesia, Austria, Nov. 21. On Um 6th our party commenced the water care under ,the ministry of the celebrated Priesnitz. The effect thus far has been most wonderful on us.all. Kmma, who through Uie summer, had no sleep, appe- tite, or energy, and who seldom or ever was free from neuralgic pains, now sleeps -well, has an excellent .ippelite, b free from pain, and walks miles daily over fulls and plains, with a buoyaucy aud delight, which it i-s a pleasure to witness, ileury, too, has equally im- proved: the trouble in his head has entirely left him, and we ha76 every reason to hope that the scourge of his latter days dyspasia, will be entirely driven out. lie too wa...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic Telegraph and Texas Register — 2 March 1848

L-V'-N; i a ft&&&k3$C3& . J5- ' selves, lo promote lhJ success of the measures which they believe to be best c alculated to promote the gen- eral good, to preserve the rights and advance the pros- perity aud happiness of the people: Therefore, 1st. Resolved, That wo hailwith pleasure, aud will endeavor to imitate the examples of the true Democra cy of the older States, m'assembling together iu State I inrntint-. trt r-nmimmA lfwrplhr na Hi-Atf,.,! -,,.! . exchange fresh vows of.fidelity to our cause, and to our glorious constitution, and proclaim afresh the great principles of freedom aud truth, upon which, uot only our party, bat our Government aud the rights which it guarantees to the citi7eus, are founded. 2d. Resolved, That "fidelity to the Union," is fideli- ty to the constitution ; that that instrument secures to tho citizens of our wide-spread Republic, in every quarter, and with every variety ot iutercbt, equality of rights and privileges protection in their ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic Telegraph and Texas Register — 2 March 1848

- 1 $ .V -V W -41 HOUSTON HOUSE, Corner of Main, and, Franklin Sis,t Hous- 'v Ion Texas. .rTJHIS well known Hube having been refitted jL,and repaired,is now open tor the reception ol Boarders and Travellers. The Tab.e will be supplied with the best the tnar- ket.afibrds. - 3 "" The subscribers will give their personal atten- tion to all who may favor them with a call. A good Stable is attached to the House. N. B. The regular Mail Stages for Washing- ton, Lagrange," Bastrop and Austin, will leave lrom 'this House, twice in each week. Also, fr Mont- gomery, every Monday and Thursday. KELLAM & BREWSTER, Proprietor?. . 'Houston, July J2, 1847. daw 603 ' OHO A los- Wiie Lea , pure, just received from the Atlantic company, and for sale by feb) robebts & uu. "TUST Received on consignment. 32 bbls. Irish I Potatoes; and for sale very low by decAdtf SHABEN & BRO. 'AAKEV'S PLOUGHS. 50 vuoughtirou -'Ca-vrey" Ploughs, various sizes, just received and for vale by nov 9 SAMPSON & ...

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