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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 13 July 1838

rcrciTl V?.flT'iT AGENTS CRTJGER & MO'OHE.PltORIfif6RSiP 'Sld. j FOR THE TELEGRAPH. TERMS: SvisarinlioHi fie doIla?s'fcfcar,VH In the United States Edward IIaiX. New Orleans. J. S. Knitr i Co., Bookrellw, Mobile. Ala. ' In Texas Baiit, Gay ic Hoxey. Washington 'payable iu adTanceSwiirertuirjj-, 'oilft uKoflar,(i " squiiTe'for the first insertion, 'and fifty cenii'forv s asqnare. MarriagA.ondibbituarv'jSotieibrtaorfl' T v tlinr, tla Kn pflf-ti. rirf?-rf -minhnM. fltill iSn 'T .. Col. Gto. VV. Foe, Columbia. , Tueodoxk Bin jett, Brazoria. W. W. Suetako, Montgomery, Lake creek. 'Judge Usher, Texana. E. T. Bra.ncu Liberty, J. Rows, San Aurnstiae, D. C.CK- NOiaiiAii, Mina, Gen. Douglass, Nacogdoches. s ' Li "WsMM BjMjjlsEaBSBSSSSSSi I ' , ' - . j-a . - I - . aaa sj m nounccmcnts of candidatbifdripolUicUj-otficcs,1!! ',..j' be charred at tliCvcomnidh rates 6Tailertisih'c.. . -a it :'vTE Ok A S. J JE i 1 S T'lfi R . ,. All advertisementsilfbp paidfbr'inadTanpe'f , . , r- ' . .-.- ; - ....

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 13 July 1838

ter having made the discovery, h loat it, and did nol recover it n gain for four months. As he deserves to, he will realize an immense fortune from it, though the articles made of it will not be expensive; and when we consider its superiority over silk, linnen, cotton, wool- len, paper, or.leather, for a countless variety of uses, we T may reckon Mr. Goodyear among the benefactor's oi mankind. Philadelphia Ledger. The anthor of the fouowinr article has been for some tuns part - enjaged in writing Biographical sketches of the eminent men of .this country. We havo recemlv teen his sketches of the life of Austin and Bo wie ;Tik the following, they are written with much ability, and exhibit throughout, the strongest evidence! of the un- i wearied induatrv sad imDartiality of the writer. We have penned this article with peculiar interest, it fursish a very accurate ae- count of an of the ablest statesmen and tried patriots of Texas ' one whose virtues and Iofry talents have ever claimed ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 13 July 1838

-tv 3F f"V !, -- r , ?. . ' f - "nST 7 4 .- B V !.,-:-,, f sv. yawiyculn llik itvbnSuraylast.'for the purpose of ing'to thisXorm.; -3y HadbrofiffptleUefsoCattowey . uruiieu accruniEiu wc urujunry.iuruis in usc,.uuu uu- - -rf .'Forjhc Telegraph. .- - flW MnEmTnKTSSf tt"' r.. jTryiirtt . .-- ?.?; .. ijarp soraucnj.bsoroeuin the Jrresidenl- Flhe.v reirtnrif iinri rimp.'t'lhnznrri even a .1 il'lwWi. " p 'aA..- -r-.J. . - passing remarif,upon the'canditlates'lnT.ihevVicc Jfresi entered p&Ayrf, period as possible after their official prpjrmllga -jfionivr order rhat'our citizens "msyuffer noihednrem. :4 nceior'wam ot a.Knowieuge-oisiiierjeictuiivv. eim"? gnt& passed -for thetrbenefiU'Uf. ' &., "$ i T ' -.i - " c-z ?t. ''( W .. We tmaerstandthtit 6ne!bf. those JtraVelHnjf gerftle"- Wiensent abwad tu:yllify Col. Craysois'nowcircula'.t"- hvig -in" qastera Tessa." He is desenbedrcarryingtwo ''gourds: onelaJled with ;water',and'hangin.'g hlsTsad-; 'dletHe other iilledivith brandvand...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 13 July 1838

y&r " . i Fihm tin Indianiari, WOMAK'S LOVE. "Oil wkit is ITe niado for, if 'tis not the same Through joy and thro' sorrow; thro' glory and shame: ' Iksow.oot, I ask not, if guilt's in the heart, Bat I know thatl lore thee, whatever thou art." t t Moore. Every one must recollect the thrilling and painful il- 1 'Justratiin of the above sentiment, furnished by iho tra- gical story of-Emmet, the Irish patriot; und which 'had bcun so thrillingly depicted by Irving, in bis story of lira a.iiii&cu ituii tcui uui.uuca uiab sutuu ss n. aunuuj instance in the history of woman's affections. Yhomvc- ry clay experience of.tlie observer ol human nature will ' ,teach Jura that, there is fortitude and elasticity in the lave'uf vn the most retiring and timid female, that, defies misfortune and disgrace, and only burhsMrith'a f "trrer and. brighter ray the more, darkly the clouds ga ther round; its object. It is not amid the sunshine of prosperity, when ths world beams brightly upon us; that...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 13 July 1838

W1 sig tlhVERTiSIWG SHEET-lAl. JjiS - s r y a, r f L z. Til? .TAMF.S ANSON DTINN. j"-7"iLi. attend to the practice of Mediv-v tr.o Surgery in this W 1.A .1 TA:..ti. fCRi.n !n W SfmrlArcnn's 11PW build . V V UWk,C liUU 1M11F -rilv. .1. a. fc-fc --- ing on Alain st, adjoining Floyd s hotel. nEFEREXCES. .T. Hobbard, a. D. Professor Surgeon Yale College, Connecticut. T. Mixes, m. o. President Con. Med. Society. J. M. Smith, M r. Professor of the tlicory and practice of Physic University, Ma York. XV. E. Hoiuter, M. D. Professor of Anitomy Unicersity Penn. may 19 32-f '"lORNliLlLUs VAN WLSS & WM.lltNRYDA.NGLUFir.LD, At- J torneys anil Counsellors at Law; ivill attend (he District Cmirts in the counties of Goliad, San Patricio, Re fugio and Victoria. They wjllalso attendjto the locationof lands, and the ntfrchne and sale of real estate. Office in J.m Antonii de -Bexar. dec 20, 1837 'G-tf I COLIN DE BLAND, A TTORNEY"'at''Law, Columbus, Colorado county, Texas --f will attend the superio...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 13 July 1838

--y& -? r' . rrj t jSEK THE TELEGRAPH. EDITED BY FRANCIS MOORE, JR. Houston, Monday July 18, 13S. FOR FKESIDENT, GEN. MIRABEATJ B. LAMAR. FOR VICE PRESIDENT, HON. DAVID G. BURNET. The Steam Boat Eitoit has been wrecked about forty miles est of Point Bolivar. We understand she was a very old boat, nd went to pieces from the exposure to a rough sea, raised mere- ly by a moderate breeze. The Steam Boat Warsaw arrived at Galveston from Cincinnati ei Saturday last The body of a man, so much decayed that the features could not be distinguished, was found lying on the beach of the main land, apposite Galyesten, a few days since Fears are entertained that it is the body of Judge Colihewoth. H . . CAJfD IDA T-ES-. For Congress Harriiburg County Jackson Smith, Thos. J.Goligiitlv, c Francis iMoore, jr. Vm iM. Bronougii, Win. Lawrence. Thomas TV". Ward. '. Wm. P. Harris, k Jas. S. Holman, tfisUlctofMulgorda, Sen. J. R. Lewis. G. Sutherland.. County olf Brazoria John A. Wharton, Loots P. Coo...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 13 July 1838

r V NOTICE. A REGULAR MEETING of the Board of Com- missioncrs of Roads and Revenues for the co in- ly of"Harrisburg, will be held ui Thursday the i ISih day ofJuly inst., at the Court House in the city of Hous- ton. A punctual'attendance of all the member, of the Board is requested, as business of importance wi 1 I be transacted. - LEWIS B. HARRIS. jly 7 40-2t C.erk pro lem. V. C. II. I. NOIIVJS. : . twpHE public are hereby cautioned aoninst puchasmg ! the half of a third of a league of land, advertised to be sold on Monday the 30th July, by J. W. Moore, sheriff of the county of Harrisbusg, purporting to be one half of the headlight of James Ferguson, as I purchased the said land of Ferguson, in December, lb37, anU re- ceived a deed for the same. -,.-T ce,ve MICH'L CRONICAN. Houston. July 7th, 1838. 4-3t . -he Co-Partnership heretofore existing" under the firm of Lee- he -o-rarui ? Jiasolved. The business will " u " rr-.- T? u" .r be : earned oa by me uuaeragu U.,. LEEMAN. " jyotice...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 13 July 1838

M i?J iJ J '-" . ' .- ;& 3&i - -jr .',tS5 1 I. y ( . -"-: 1 . t v f - f r-r .-. .- SALES. NOTICES OF ADMINISTRATION. NOTICES OF ADMINISTRATION. Police. PURSUANT to the second section of "an act to pro- vide for the settlement of deceased soldiers es- blic sale n Monday the 30th day of July next, , . ...-,, 1St!l jt,.. le-io. rcauirinff admini?tra- at the court house door in the city of Kouston, all the right t,- ; nAdpitrnnd is the lawful claim ofJamcs rerguson, in ami uiocrau ...... .6. ....,.... ,.... . ... -a ' " , B SHERIFF'S SALE. Y virtue of an execution to me directed, by the lion, coun ty sourtef Harrisburg county; 1 liave levicu upo.i ami xpose to public sale n Monday the 30th day of J uly next, Will expose to public at the court house do If ;ntrfet nml nlnii of 'a third of a league of Land, belonging to said'Fcrgu- to be located by Thomas J. Gazlty. Seized and taken in execu- tion as the property of Jcraes Ferguson, to satisfy a judgment in favorof Andrew Larson.an...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 21 July 1838

cm V T& - PUBLISHED WEEKLY, BY CKUGER & BIOOUC, PROPKIETOIlS., TERMS : Subscription, five dollars a jear, payable, in . advance. AdccrUstng, one dollar a square for the first insertion, anil fifty cents 'for each continuance: eight lines, orless, is considered a s-innre. Marriage and obituary notices of more than three lines each, cards of passengers, and. an- uounct ments of candidates for political ofljrcs, will be charred at "the common rates of ndicrtisins.. fiV- AGENTS FOR THE TELEWIAFII. tn the United States Edward llxth, Keyr Orleans. J. S. Kelly & Co., Bookrellers, Mobile." Ala. " , In-Texai Buior, Gat 4 iloicv. Washington" Col. Geo. W. Pof, Columbia. Theodore Bes" M.TT, Brazoria. W. W. Shetabd, Montgomerr,- Lake creek. 'Judge Usher, Texana. E. T. GnANCii Liberty, J. Rowe, San Autnistine, V. C.Cox- NiNGitAJi, Mma, Gen. Bouolass, Nacogdoches. -f-3 TE XAS 'KEPIS' All advertisements to he- paid for in advance- iV-K. J-4H'a- '" 1 h ?& mi. " 'j-f vsj "grPgS;UJHWjH...

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r Sive process by b 'liing, or seething, or straining not Jess than twice, befjreit is fit for use; it is then made into small pills, or put into the pipe, in a semi-fluid state and taken off at two or three whifr, the smoke being vented very slowly thew the nostrils the recipient lying in a recumbent posture. Although the Chinese are well aware of its baneful effects, and that it is yearly draining tho country of the value of many millions of dollars, vet they say "it is a Josh Pigeon,'' (meaning that.Goti has 80 decreed it,) and they cannot prevent it. A chest of opium, which costs eight hundred doKurs, is said to quadruple in price when prepared for use. Opium is vended as openly as tea by the foreign mer- chant, the quantity disposed of, and on hand, and th- nverage price are printed and published monthly, and arc in the possession of every dealer; and the chits or orders given on the commanders of ships, arc gencr ally sold like scrip, to a great number of persons on speculatio...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 21 July 1838

; 3 r THE TELEORAPH EDITED BY FRANCIS MOORE, JR. Houston, Saturtlay July 31, 1838. FOR PRESIDENT, GEN. MIRABEAU B. LAMAR. TOR VICE PRESIDENT, HON. DAVID G. .BURNET. By ths Steamboat Columbia, Capt. Moore, we have just receiv- ed files of papers from New Orleans to she 12th iurt. We are un- able to make many extracU from them this week. tacisutx Ew.tTiox We notice in the Bulctin ol the 12th inst., that by the votes thus far retnrned, Mr. Roman has obtained a ma- jority of 434 vote. " Wc understand that the Secretaries ofWar and State have made arrangements to remove the body of the late Judge Coluxgs- wouth to this city for interment.' The funeral will take place on To-morrow (Sunday) morning, at D o'clock, from the Capitol. . The Blockade Ths Blocitada'of the Mexican Porta are still rigidly enforced, and the Mexicans of Vera Cruz aud other ports are begiuaing to suffer great inconvenience from its effects. Many articles which have hitherto bisn exported from the United States, arc s...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 21 July 1838

- SPEF3H OF COL. WHITE, of Florida, Itt'tlie Di -er Encychpcdisrih de L 'Union des Nations, Paris, France. . ' There was upon the occsion a "feast ofrcsson and n flow of soul." The speeches were all well received, and nil directed to the general objects of the Society. The spirit of, the meeting seemed to indicate a just ap--prccintiun of the age in which we live. The idea that the moral, political, and national improvements shoul.l keep pace with Science and the Mechanical Arts was prominently presented, "and as Steam and Kail-roads an- nihilate time and distance, so nations, abandoning tbrcc and fraud, should maintain the supremacy of Law anil Reason. ' Dr. R. Harri?ov Black was named Chairman of n Committee to p ibl.sh the proceedings, anJ in execu- tion of the trust, they now present the following Speech: Profoundly and gratefully penetrated as I was, Mr.. j. President, by the. kind expressions of affection and ad- miral! in for "mv country, in the opening speech from the Cha:r,...

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(F: ' 1 ii J 'rf- I Z CsI-KW ' ,JBi;- wUX :.!$ - ADVERTISING SHEET-142. : oif -. -H. DR. JAMES ANSON DUNN, Will attend to the practice of Medione'tmo Surgery id this place and. vicinity. Office in H. Sanderson's new build- ing on Slain st, adjoining Floyd's hotel. REFERENCES. T. Hubbard, k. d. Professor Surgeon Yale College, Connecticut. T. Mirer, m.d. President Con. Med. Society. 3. 31. SxiTir, m o.Profess$r of the theory and practice of 'Physic UnicersUy, JCcwJiork. W; E. Hoiuter, je-d: Professor of Anatomy University Perm. may 19 . - ' 32-tf CORNELIUS Van Ness &. Wm.Heniy0an3ebf.eld, At- torneys and Counsellors at Law, will attend, the District Caurts in the counties of Goliad, Sun Patricio, Refugio and Victoria. They will also attendjto the location of lands; and the purchase and sale of real estate. Office in San Antonia de Bexar. dec SO, 1837 '6-tf John T. Mills, - ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLBR AT LAW, ITTTILL attend the county court of Washington, the district courts of Austin,...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 21 July 1838

J '- -cs at- rr M r i r'-a? u - '. .W 1:. t n V"! Wi Indian Article?. 1 H & 1 Ej Ll Jh (j li A 1 1 . A FULL assortment of Indian articles, lilies, stiouil- . , . . uifsL igi plaius, beads, paints, EDITED BY FRANCIS 1&00RE, JR. Houston, JTIonday, Jfiily.fiS, 1 838. mcnts for sale by je 9 bells and other orna- W. D. k. 11. M. LEE. 36-tf FOR PRESIDENT, GEN. MIRABEAU B. LAMAR. TOR VICE PRESIDENT, HON. DAVID G. BURNER CAjYBiDA 3V& S. -For Congress, Harrisburg County Jackson Surra, TlIOS. J. GOMGHTLY, Francis Moore, jr. Wm. M. Bronocgu, Wm. Lawrence. Thomas W. Ward. Wm. P. Harris,' Jas. S. Holman, DiitiictofMatcgorda, Sen. I. R. Lewis. G. Sutherland. ' -' H. Kindkick. County of Jackson Jamm Kerr, "" S. A. WniTE. County of Colorado-Vaj SdRANTON, Wm. 3ennifke, Colin Dk Bland; -County of Braxona- -J oHn JC. Wharton, Louis P. Cooke, District of Brazoria, Sen. Wat. H.' Wharton, Wm. Ru'ssel. County of Jefferson Nattial Halbert. Fort Bend County "Thomas Barnett, Wm. H. Poole. Galvest...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 21 July 1838

SALES. I " SHERIFF'S SALE. BT virtue of an execution to m'e dircqtcd, by the lion "coun- ty kourtef Harrisburg county; I have levied upon amis will expose to public sale on Monday the 30th day of J tily next, at the courthouse door in tbe city ot Houston, nil the right, ti- tle, interest and claim of Jamca Ferguson, in and to the half f anthird of a leajrue of L-wd,' belonging to said Jfr'erru- I -iwf), as llinjtc;ul right by virtue of a certificate numbered to ne locaieu uj luuiuiuv.wmicj, cvu uiiu utiteiwii execu- tionas the property of James Ferguson, to satisfy a judgment in favor of Andrew Larson, and to be sold by me. Sale within the hours p escribed by law. Term cash. June 28 39-ts J. W. MOOItF, Sfrf. TOBACCO. iuelS. Saundex. i ias been so liberal and gpnrrous in promoting the Texian rjTMIH jutiiutic ShiuelS. Saundex, of iiiibmoud Va. wbj ii BYvir tyce SHERIFF'S iSALE. ' virtue of an execution to me directed, by tlicliou. coun- r court of nafrisburecoiinli;! have levi'ed nnon...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 21 July 1838

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 28 July 1838

m agxtS PUBLISHED WEEKLY, BY . CRCGER. & MOOItC, PROPRIETORS. TERMS: Subscription, five dollar! a rear, payable in advance. -Adceflitmg, one ioFl.tr a njiarc for the "first insertion, ami fifty cents for each continuance: eight lines, or less, is considered its qriarc. Marriage and obituary notices of more nhan three lines each cards of pawenjers, and an- nouncements of candidates for political officer, trill be charged at tlie common rates of aih it tisinc tAll advertisements t lie paid for in ad ancc- FOR TUX, TEUECRAPJT. In the United States Edwaid Hill. K Orleans. J. S. Kkiat 1 CoA Boot-Wars, STokHg". Ala. In Texas IUU.T, Gat 4 Hoiet, Washington Col. Gto. W. Toe, Columbia. . Tueodosk Bi.S (ltt, Brazoria.. W. W. Shefaii'd, Monts;ouiiv, akc creek. .JtiHg!" Usiikb, Teiana. E.T fijtiscu Liberty, J. Rowe, San Aneurtine', D. C.Cttx- MSOiiiii', Minx, Gen. Douolass, Nacogdoches, j . AID TEXAS REGISTER 0. VBS&SB&BE Lmji'j.,lj - "-v ,m.M.... ,..---' - H4.l iJ.s' ,- 'rf YOL.III...

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Carals?) making arr aggregiiaie regular ft ret .ofbe--Uvceu fifteen and sixteen thousand men. Verv, respectfully, your most obedient servant, - ' I ' J. R. romsiiiT. To the "President or the U. S. J1. S. The accompanying extracts of letters received from hi rxeellency llie Go-.ernorol New York, contain audi" information as 1ms been received by lh;s Depiut- inent on the. subject of ihe recent disturbances on tlie Northern fioaticr. ' rz 'Ffditi the lirazoriaeople. Ti:xANA,June29, I63S. Gehllemen Never having before been "under the ne- cessity of troubling llie public through the columns of a newspaper withany mailer relating totmsslf or my af- fairs, I feci singular regret at being under the necessity at this'l tie period, of requesting you to insert in "The People," the following communication.. r Sjme time about the 25th of Fcbnnry last, an arti- cle appeared in the New Orleans Commercial Bulletin, under the signature of J. W.cif Ilnustou, purporting to give a correct account of a ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 28 July 1838

c- 3?HE TELEGHAPH. Br.urAiari. -A few diji. .'race w were call-J ly J eeiitleuian lltu prclcii.i'.lis of tlw tov.il of Pic-t-11, wc Insc notfi- ..rihwritv.toeiammea beautiful Lorscowmidbv him We found inn" lu do. We are informed lh.it it has been electul EDITED BY FRANCIS MOORE, JR. Houston , Saturday, July 28, 1 8Sr FOK rRCSIDKNT, - - GEN. MIHABEAU B. LAMAR: , FOB VKE PRESIDENT, ' 'HON. DAVID G. BURNET. In another pnge will be found an article relative to the sale ol four hundred leagues of land to afew individuals, by the authorities tifthe state ofCoahtiila aud Texas. This art cle was written in the vear 1835 and published in an anon mous pamphlet which was p inted at Neiv Orleans in 1S3G; solely, as stated in the preface, "with the view of bringing to the aid of those desirouso f correct in- formation, the learning' and judgment of one who with high qualifi- cations fo' the task, had prececdedjhem in the investigation." It is upon a subject that has receeutly attracted the atten...

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ti 11 r r "V. short nn.l ea-y mr-lliod of obt ting reJrc.-s for, ami settling all those difficulties which ariso from injuries done by other?. Forgive ihcrri all, immediately and unreservedly. jnnemies may-injure us in a measure, in our person's or - interests or reputation ; hut ten thousand f ld greater is 'the injury .we ilo ourselves if we, on such occasion, CilicrUh fec'.iogs of revenge, or resentment or retaliation. the former is an onswnrd temporary evil, but the 'alter isntors into the sou"; it defiles and def inn Iho spirit. Jlsiwcvcr great or griciious the external injury, it is nothing "to thcintcrnal wound. If,.lhen, wc will not make the injuries of others an'oc- .rasion of injuring ourselves still moie deeply, ouresscn- t:al interests and happiness arc still secure, and Satan "irill he "really disappointed. Let us not rest, then, .ill our greate'st enemies are sincerely and fu'.ly forgiv- Vn, and all lhe injuries they have done us are forever Plotted out from our arcbuu...

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