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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Commercial Bulletin — 18 October 1865

Tim Commercial Bulletin „|.:I>\ES»AV HOBSISII, (M'TOIIER 1«. I. « C A I' ' 1* T K I.LIntNOE.. Provost .Ii ikjk'B CoimT. —The sparse attendance nt thin tribunal on yesterday proved that tlu- efforts of the authoVities to purge the rilv of criinirtnlH imported and "to the manner born." are lieing crowned with success. Of we do not consider that the occupation of the Provost Judge is, 1 ike Othello's, gone, but the era of crime has, we hope, passed in Hichmolid. The following wises were examined <:n yesterday: dl'.ilnperoim. —Edward Johnson, a negro, was charged with drunken and disorderly conduct, and resisting arrest, and, of course, pleaded " not guilty." Policeman Smith testified that the accused was singing and making a great noise at the old market, and when questioned regarding it, replied, " It's none of your business." The policeman thereupon undertook to arrest him. gdvvnrd being very drunk, and thinking that his new found freedom rendered him indepeu de...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Commercial Bulletin — 18 October 1865

The Commercial Bulletin WF.DM.SIMV MUMWi tNIOBI U IFAii>l WAJHIMi flrt.* We gather tin' following from the Wash ingtotl correspondence of t (i' Ih I'uhl; SPECULATIONS IN ADVANCE OK THE I'RESI , DENT'S MKSSAOE. Ah the time for the assembling of the next 1 Congress approaches, discussion unci specula- ! tion increase in nil <iuarters concerning the ; stand the President will take in his message J on the practical question of admitting representatives from the Southern States, lie may ; possibly say little tlilit is new on the subject. I All his words and deeds at test that he believes the American people are for the union of all the States: that individuals who stand in the way of that result will have to stand aside or be trodden down in its progress ; that wetnnde war for the Union, denying the right of any State to secede, proclaiming nil so-called acts of secession utterly null and void : that the men who strove to break op the Union have mainly given up the ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Commercial Bulletin — 20 October 1865

VOL I—NO. 135. S < II OO L S AN 1> COLLE GE S . I <i II T S C H OO L . On the 20th of tho present month, October, the subscriber will open a NIGHT SCHOOL, at liis School-room, on 4th street, between Clay and Marshall. Terms very moderate. G. L. C. SALTER. Richmond, October 9th, 18flf>. oc 14 —td BLICT 80 BOOL FOE 90TI. My SCHOOL will re-open October Ist, lMJfi. Tul tion, per quarter, in advanco, < m». I refer to my patrons during the past twelve years, ainonK whom are: Rev. Dr. Jlinnegerode, Judge Crump, W. Allen, Esq., John Knders, Esq , P T. Howard, Esq., Dr. Snead. SIDNEY 11. OWENS, Jr., se 21— ts Franklin street, corner of JetTerson. VIRGINIA FEMALE INSTITUTE, STAUNTON, VA. The forty-first session will open October 4th. The departments of English, Mathematics, Languages, Music, Drawing and Painting, ftc., will oiler Iheir accustomed advantages. The full amount receivod for Board, will as heretofore, be expeuded for tho benef...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Commercial Bulletin — 20 October 1865

The Commercial Bulletin _i I K IDA Y NORN 1 KG, WTOIIEK AoßKTf.—Tho following named purtie- are authorised to receive subscriptions to the RICHMONIV I COMMERCIAL' BULLETIN, in their respective 5 neighborhoods A. J. Dodomeao — Staunton, Vn A D Hardy—Moore'* Ordinary Poat-Offlce. W II Webb—Lunenburg Court-House. W T. Black wf.i.l —Lech LeveuFost-OfHce, Luooaburg County. A. Bollixo—MeFarland's, Lunenburg County. R F. Clack —Mecklenburg County. H. S. lltKßtf —Prince Edward Court-ilou*e. 8 R. Fkaskmm —Pamplin's Depot, Appomattox County. Jwo. W. Lawsuit—Brook Neal Post-Ofllee, Campbell County. W Mi-Lfav—Appotnaltox County. Col. Slapohtbe—Orange Court-House. W. B Burro!*—Lynchburg, Va. K.>l 114 It ATI ON Wo publish elsewhere u decreo of the Emperor Maximilian, for the encouragement of immigration. It is doubtless designed for effect in the lato Confederate State?, where it was supposed tho popular dissatisfaction would be such as to dispose large numbers of citizons to seek new ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Commercial Bulletin — 20 October 1865

Tint Commercial Bulletin rRII> A Y i>l Olt\l IN G , OCTOBER 80. I. O C A I, I !M T-Ii LLIfIENCEi Title Soi.ab Rci.ipse —The sun gloriously yesterday morning, and tho blue hen« venn were untlookci by ft cloud. Shortly nfter eight o'clock, the curious wore on tlie alert, and smoked glass was in great demand The obscuration began a little before nine o'clock, tho moon, apparently, passing nearly horizontally across tho disc of tho sun.— At 9.30, nearly half tlie surface of tho great luminary was in shadow, and the eclipse was plainly visible to tho naked oyo, although few could look steadily upon it undazzled. At ten o'clock the brilliant surfaco of tho orb ol' day was rcduood to about a fourth of its usual dimensions, and tho sun resembled in size and appearance tho crescent moon. The moon then appeared 10 bo moving diag onally downwards, obscuring the lower limb of tho greater luminary The decrease of light was perceptible in badly lighted rooms <, —a...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Commercial Bulletin — 20 October 1865

The Commercial Bulletin FItI D\ V MORNINU, Ot'TOBKR «?(> KVIOPBAN ITEM*. A report recently presented to the liondon Academy of Medicine states that since "spiritualism" bocame in vogue cases of in- j sanity augmented twenty-five per cent. A company has been formed, and a grant ' obtained from the Queen of Spain, to lay a j submarine cable between Porto Kico, Cuba and the United States. In Belgium a disease is destroying the chickens in great numbers. One proprietor near Bruges lost thirty-reven in u few hours. : The cattle plague is also raging in the kingdom. l'rince Joseph Bonaparte has bequeathed tho greater part of his fortune to Madame Ristori and her husband, the Marchess Capranica. Seven hundred and ninety thousand three hundred and thirty-three persons traveled on the railway but ween Moscow and St. Petersburg between tho Ist of January and the Ist of August last. Harvest thanksgiving services have been held in a majority of the parish churches in the south of Eng...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Commercial Bulletin — 21 October 1865

Vol I—NO. 136. SCHOOLS AND COLLEGES. LECT SC II (To L FOR BOYS. My SCHOOL will re-open October Ist, 1865. Tui tlon, por quarter, in advance, $15.00. I refer to my patrons durlug the past twelve years, among whom are: Rev. Dr. Mlnnegerode, Judge Crump, w. G. Allan, E*q., John Endor*), Esq , 1\ T Howard, Esq., Dr. Snead. SIDNEY H. OWENS, JR., so 21—ts Franklin street, corner of Jefferson. OARDINO AND DAY SCHOOL FOR YOUNQ LADIES. MISS PEORAM will ro-opoa hor Sohool the first Monday in October. Circulars containing term* and other particulars inay be had on application to Mrs. J W. Pburam, Linden Row, Frsnklln street. Pupils for tho Day School, as well as those for the Boarding Department, are requested to enter their namo* at once, and a prompt attendance of all on the first day, is earnestly desired in order that the classes may be reorganned without needless delay General compliance with this rule will be a great advantuge to the pupils, and a convenience to the teacher*. It is, ther...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Commercial Bulletin — 21 October 1865

The Commercial Bulletin j vill 11DAV MOIt PI I OCTOBER *-21« 1 "aoiktb —The following named parties are authored to recetvo subscriptions to tho RICHMOND COMMERCIAL BULLETIN, in their respective j neighborhoods : A. J. Dodohbao—Staunton, V» A. D. Habdy—Moore's Ordinary Post-OMee. W. 11. .Vebb—Lunenburg Court-House. W. T. Bi.ACKWIT.L-Loch l.even P"it-O(llro, Lunenburg County. ,las. D, Ooodmax —Chrslotto-tville,.\a. Jobn R. Sbal—Chrlslisosville, Mecklnnbnrg county, Va. A. Bolli.no—McFarland's, Lunenburg County. R F. Clack— Mecklenburg County. H. S. Mines—Princo Edward Court-House. 8. R. Fbankli* —Paiuplln's Depot, Appomattox County. Jso. W. Lawso*—Brook Noal Post-Olßce, Campbell County. W. McLean—Appomattox County. Coi,. Slauohtrb—Orange Court-House. W. B. Bcttox—Lynchburg, Va. THE NEGRO QUESTION. Tho emancipation of the negro population of the South has devolved upon the country a problem of extremely difficult solution. It has been generally conceded by the more j». dicious advocate...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Commercial Bulletin — 21 October 1865

Tlic Commercial Bulletin satvrhav mornino, october si. ..Bill Ahp's" Lettkk.—Repeated inquiries having been made for this letter,published in the Evening Bulletin, In the early portion of tlie week, and the edition then published being now exhausted, we will publish a large edition of our paper with the letter this evening. Advertisers should tnlte notice. This evening's paper will circulate very extensively and it will bo a good as it will bo a cheap advertising medium for the trade. Send in your advertisements early. Tun War in South Amkrica. —Tho war between the Allies and the Paraguayans has been diversified by two bloody engagements recently—one naval, and the other between land forcos. The naval light occurred on tho Pnrnna river, at a place called Ouevas, between the allied fleet and 0,000 Paraguayans, intrenched in n position defended by lifty guns. The engagement resulted in tnuoh injury to the fleet which, however, finally forced tho passage and reached Goya, an itn portsn...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Commercial Bulletin — 21 October 1865

The Commercial Bulletin SATURDAY MO K NINO,. OCTOBER 31. A mother'* WAKIM;. All night the down in silence wept, And through tho pane the moon's pal* beam* Played on the floor In silver »treanni, While by iuy Hide my baby slept. 80 soft, ho hWpnt tho midnight stole, It stilled the bretie on the lea, And hushed the murmur of tho sea, And hushed the strife within my soul And silenced all the question* wild That come between our faith and Uod, And bade me lie beneath tho rod Calmly as lay the sleeping child Then slumber on my eyelids pressed, And dimmed the moonbeams' silver clear, And hid the sound I loved to hour, The breathing of the babo at rost. Till o'er the sea in rosy light, Tho flush of morning slowly crept, Aud whispering breezes softly swept Tho silent shadows of the fight. Then wrapt in dreamlsnd far away, 1 saw the angels come «nd go, And flutter of their white wings show Like ocean bird at dusk of day. They came and looked within iny eves, With their sweet eves so pure and...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Commercial Bulletin — 24 October 1865

Vol T—NO. 188. DIRECTORY OF RICHMOND CITY TRAVELLERS GUIDE- CISNTIIAL RAILROAD. [Si'o advertisement for particulars.] Two mail trainß daily. Departures. Tin* morning train leaves tlio Richmond depot at 7:15 A. M. (Sundays excepted.) The night train leaves the Richmond depot at 7:15 P. M. Freight olllce closes at It P. M. A rrinilt. Morning train arrives daily at 5:15 A. M. Evening train arrives daily (Sundays ex cepted) at 5:30 I'. M. FItEDERICKHBURd ROAD. fSee advertisement for partionlars.] Two through trains and one nccommoda tion train daily. Di part tires. Horning train leaves at 7 A. M. Evening train leaves at 7:110 I'. M. (Sundays excepted.) Accommodation to Milford leaves at .1:110 (Sundays excepted.) A r rival«. The morning through train arrives daily at 5:80 A. M. (.Mondays excepted.) The evening through train arrives daily at 2:110 P. M. Aceominoilation train from Milford arrives daily at 9 A. M. (Sundays excepted.) I'KTF.RSBURO RAILROAD. [See advertisement for particular...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Commercial Bulletin — 24 October 1865

The Commercial Bulletin I'IIKSOAV MUKNINU, (K'I'OIIKK -Jt. Aohnth. Tlic» following namml parili's ion atillioriziMl to rcprlvt' iiiittncFlptlonM In llio l!l< MMl>NI> COMMERCIAL HIMXKTIN, In lli.'ir Kmpccllvn npigllliorlluoil* : A .1 ItOUOMKA'' —01' HI 111 OH, \*a A. l», HAitDv - Moorti'M Ordinary IVit-Otlii'o. W. 11. Wkuh t.unontunx Court 11 ollf I' XV. 'l'. Hi.ai-kwki.i. -Loch l.'-vi'ii PoHl-Offlro, l.iinonluirj; County. A l>uLi.inii Mi-KiirhunrH, l.unonlmrK County. K. K. Ci.ai-k--.Mm-kluutuirs County. K S. llinks I*riKitwant Cioirt-tloUiH*. S. K. Fkanki.ik l'amplin'n llopot, Appomattox County. •Ino." W. I.lwany—Bruok Ni'iil rost-offlco, Canipb.'M County W. M<' f«K AN—Appomattox County. Coi.. Si.aihihtkk—Orango Court-ilouae. W. 11. Hutton—Lynrliluirg, Va. .lab. I>, I 100 i i man —ChralotloHVll In, Va. •loiin I! Ki;al—Chritliansrillo, Mocklenbnrg counly, Va. WE MIST IIAVK NtIHK I.AHOIt. The true and only supjMtrt to t...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Commercial Bulletin — 24 October 1865

flic Commercial Bulletin m TU K »I) AY MOIt NI N CJ, OCTOBER 24. LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. Itol.i) Hnnoi.AUY. —On Sunday night some of our sly Cracksmen made a descent u|kiii the drug store of Messrs. Woodruff Brot hers, at the corner of INi and Franklin streets. Cutting a slat from the shutter of aside window, ojH*ning on 4th street, the shutter wus unfastened, the window raised, rind en trance lssing gained, the thieves proceeded to help themselves to such articles as suited their fancy. They wore evidently ' dirty " rogues, as they carefully nvoided the tempting display of sweet soaps and perfumery which would at once have attracted the attention of an aristocratic thief, bul that they wore "sharp" ones wus proven by their manifest petie/iunt for the valuable Sheffield pocket cutlery, to which they leliHid themselves ad libitum. Four splendid |x»( ket, surgical cases also foil a prey Id.their steel ing propensities, and a fine meerschaum pipe was also pocketed, probably by a lover of t...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Commercial Bulletin — 24 October 1865

The Commercial Bulletin TUESDAY MORNING, OCTOBER '.M. At a certain lintel in Chattanooga a dollar j is charged for the use of a towel. Elephant oil is becoming an article of coin- j merce. The winuU-pnx is raging ill Alabama, and is j peculiarly fatal among the negroes. Five thousand houses are wanted in Chi- j cago, where there is scarcoly a building to j let. Worcester's dictionary is now considered the standard in orthography, while Webster's I definitions have tlio preference. At the Firemen's Parade, in Philadelphia, j was a man li feet 9 inches in height, tin I other o.feet ~J inches, and many reaching to j 0 feet 4 inches. Upon the holy of a young man who re j cently committed suicide in Berlin, was found a paper inscribed, "beat my carcase well, anil j giveit to any surgeon who may see tit to ask ; for it." The Charleston Courier calls for the estab- j lishment of a Southern paper mill by some enterprising and energetic parties. We would refer the Courier to our liichmond mi...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Commercial Bulletin — 25 October 1865

Vol I—NO. 139 DIRECTORY OF RICHMOND CITY TRAVELLERS GUIDE. CENTRAL RAILROAD. [See advertisement for particularH.] Two mail trains daily. Departures. The morning train leaves the Richmond depot at 7:1.1 A. M. (Sundays excepted.) Tlio night train leaves the Kicliniond depot at 7:15 P. M. Freight office closes at 3 P. M. A rrio/ih. Morning train arrives daily at 5:15 A. M. Evening train arrives daily (Sundays excepted) at 5:80 P. M. FREDERICKSBURG ROAD. [See advertisement for particulars. J Two through trains anil one accoinmoda tion train daily. Departures. Morning train leaves at 7 A. M. Evening train leaves at P. M. (Sundays excepted.) * Accommodation to Milford leaves at :S :'0 P. M. (Sundays excepted.) Arrivals. The morning through train arrives daily at 5:.'!0 A. M. (Mondays excepted.) The evening through train arrives daily at 2:30 P. M. Accommodation train from Milford arrives daily at !t A. M. (Sundays excepted.) I'KTERSBURO RAILROAD. [See advertisement for particulars.] Three...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Commercial Bulletin — 25 October 1865

The Commercial Bulletin \t KI>M:M>AV M O lIIS IKU, « T«BI:H '25. Akkkta. —'Tho following nimunl parties nr.- author - { s «>,i t.i receive KulmeripHona to tho KICIIMONI' COMMEKCIAL BDLI.HTIN, in their respertlvo neighborhood* : A .1 I —St vunlon, Va A l>. Hardy—Monra'a tfVtlitinrr l*o«t-OfHce. \v ii Will LuMlilrargCourt-Hou»e. W. T. I3IACKWKLir—Lech Loveu Poat-Ofllce, Lunenburg County. A. Holmro—McFttrlaml'ii. l.unenburg County. K. F, Clack Mecklenburg t'oiintr. H. S. Hinfs -Prince Kdwurd Court-Holme. S. K. Kkakklin- Pmiiplin'H Depot, Apponuittox County. .Iso. W. Lawsov Krook JJeal l'ost-Offlce, ('ampbe 11 ('ou nly. W. Mcl.kax County. Co i.. Si. a run thh —Orange Court-House. W. H. HrrroN—Lynchburg, Va. ,1 ah. !>. Goodman -CliralotteHville, Va. .foil!* K. Hkai. —Clarkeavillo, Mecklenburg county, Va. TIIK HKWI'St'ITATION UK TIIK MOUTH Til IC I.AHO It «|t KSTION AGAIN. A Lynchburg cotemporary recommends " u convention ol the farme...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Commercial Bulletin — 25 October 1865

Tim Commercial Bulletin MORN I NO, OCTOBER 33. Hon. A. 11. Stephens has passed through Lynchburg, en route for Georgia. "Blind Torn," the negro pianist, is giving concerts in New Vork city Mil. Mitch 101. not Khi.basko. —Notwithstanding the many reports to the. contrary, it would appear that Mr. Mifchel has hot been relca ed from imprisonment. A dispatch from Fortress Monroe of tho 2ild states that lie was still a prisoner there. Hon. Jeremiah Morton was in this city on yesterday. It was on his farm, in Appomattox county, where he had but recently mado his home, that the last touching scents of Lee's surrender transpired, of which Mr. Morton was a witness. In the course ol ah article, published oil the first page, entitled "Public Schools," we are made to say that, under the school system proposed every pupil would cost the city a yearly average of $lO only. The figure representing the cost should have been $2O. Adopting Mexican Customs.—Emperor Maximilian, long ago, in order to ing...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Commercial Bulletin — 25 October 1865

Tlio Commercial Bulletin WEDNESDAY MORINHO. OCTOBER i.». LIT T L E (i HAVES. They are but mounds of clay, Ileap'd up above the dead Hut ah ! what hopes have passed away, What happy vicions fled! How many home* have lost their lijrht, When laughing baby-eyes Have faded i'rom (he longing sight, To sparkle in the skien ' A tattered dresw. an empty shoe, A little vacant chair, Sad memories of the past renew. And wake the sin inhering tear. Tin' little flowers (hat closely prested Their leaflets 'gainst our hearts, Now wither on the earth's cold breast; Their fragrance all departs The little hands that loudly bound our lives within their own Are cold and stiff beneath (he ground, Where grasN has overgrown The little feet, whose lightest tread Woke echoes in the breast. All weary of the world, are fled, And take their silent resf. The little hearts, whose springs of life Were fed by God's own hand, Are hushed and weary of earth's strifeHave sought the distant land. And yet, as e'en the fl...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Commercial Bulletin — 26 October 1865

Vol I—NO. 140. DIRECTORY OF RICHMOND CITY TRAVELLERS GUIDE. CENTRAL RAILROAD. [See advertisement for particular*.] f Two mail trains daily. | Departures. ; The morning train leaves the Richmond kdepot at 7:15 A. M. (Sundays excepted.) W- The night train leaves the Richmond dejxtt at 7:15 P. M. Freight office closes at 3 I'. M. Arrivals. Morning train arrives daily at 5:15 A. M. Evening train arrives daily (Sundays excepted) at 5:30 P. M. FREDERICKSBURG ROAD. (See advertisement for particulars.] Two through trains and one accommodation train daily. Departures. Morning train leaves at 7 A. M. Evening train leaves at 7:30 P. M. (Sundays excepted.) Accommodation to Milford leaves at 3:30 P. M. (Sundays excepted.) Arrivals. The morning through train arrives daily at 5:30 A. M. (Mondays excepted.) The evening through train arrives daily at 2:30 P. M. Accommodation train from Millbrd arrives daily at 9 A. M. (Sundays excepted.) PETERSBURG HATT.ROAD. [Sec advertisement for particulars.] Thr...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Commercial Bulletin — 26 October 1865

The Commercial Bulletin I'HIRSDAV 'IIIUMMi, <MTOl(|>t -'l'Aqbnth.—The following named I'art jI it' l authorised to receive xubKcliption* to Ih < • Kl<'IIMONl) cttMMKKCIAL BULLETIN, in llifir ii'spocUve neighborhoods : A .1 Dodomiao —Staunton, Va A I>. Haiidy—Mooro'* Ordinary VoKt-Offlce. W. 11 Wkbr—Lunenburg Court-House. W. T. Bi.ackwki.l Lech Leven l'nst-Otttcs, Lunen* burg County. s A Bow.inii —McFarlamVs, Lunenburg County. K. F. Ci.a 'K —Mecklenburg County--11. S llink-i —Prlnr.. Kdwurd Couri-llou**. , s. li. Fkankmx—l'amplln'a Bepot, A lipomao ox County - Jmi. W. Lavvsok—Brook Nenl Posl-Otfl'ce, Camp boll County. W. .Mi i.ilas—Appomattox County. Col. Slaccihtek -Orange Court- House. W. B. Button—Lynchburg, Va. Jas. I>, (Joouman- Chralottcsville, Va. .lous K. Skai.—Clarkesville, Mecklcnburg county, Va. • THE I I JII II 11. OATH OF OFFICE. Before the late eleotiun it seems to have been generally admitted by tho Virg...

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