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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Athens post. — 14 November 1851

From the N. O. Picauune, 5th inst, LATER FROM MATAMOIIOS. I'y the arrivul since our Inst of thn tii'tnmship Fanny, dipt. Auld. we have d.itcs from Matamoros anl the sat of ;ir op to the 30th nlf. The Fnnny lirnusht twenty six passengers, and C3 1.481 in specie. The fighting within t' c city of Matamoros still continued when the Fnnny sailed, the adverse forces hav ing been engaged, with little inter mission, for more than a week. Cnrvajal was advancing upon the west side of the town and on the 20th Octoher was -vi'thin four squares of the Plaza where Gen. Avnlos had his headquarters. 7erc the latter was posted w'th eight or nine pieces of artillery so disposed as to cover each other. The revolutionary lender had but a single piece, and was douhlless fighting his way from house to house. As near os we can recollect, the buildings on the western side of the city, until a position within two or three squares of the Plaza could he gained, are principally low and built of adobes or sundr...

Publication Title: Athens Post, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Athens post. — 14 November 1851

H A R Djy ARE, coirtxeyT texnent, No. 35 llavne street, CHARLESTON, SO. CA., VUE now opening direct from Kn&land, a very splciiiliu slock of Hardware. Cutlery Clans. t,-c, purchased by one of their tint) in person, l"r cash. Merchant visiting Charleston will find it to their interest 10 call and examine their iiiock, which they oiler on the mosllavora hie terms. Sm.i.5. IS'il 6m 15-1 Musical Academy. fSUlK FuurUi Session of ih's Institution ill (iMiiiitipni'p ilip first Monday of September next, and close tne last Saturday j of January. 1 liere Will oe an iiiienin!iuii durin; Cliri'lmas week, making a session of 21 weeks. is Institution 's still under the care and direction of Prolessor G. It. Knade. It is unnecessary fur us to speak ol his qualifications as they are undoulited, and Hie proficiency of hi- pupils show liim to b one of the first Teachers in Hie South. TERMS: Piano Forte, per session, S'iO.OO For u.-e of Instrument, 2,U0 Lessons on the Violin, Flute, and all the Wi...

Publication Title: Athens Post, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Athens post. — 21 November 1851

THE ATHENS OST. Bag BY SAM. P. IVIIS. ATHENS, TENS',- FRIDAY,- NOVEMBER 21, 1851 VOL. It-NO, 185. mi m n vr , ThT POST Is published evefy Friday nt "Js-J h. rear, payable in ntbancc, or $3 il 'pnyJScnt is deljd until tho expiration of ' thIwTiVMWWll be charged $1 per 2 05 ?, far continuance. A libera. dVoMon "m-Vfe io those who advert," , b, M In. Scar. Persons .eiuling advertisements must mark incumber of times they ilesire Ihcm "n"rted T o? they Will be continued until forbid and charged accordingly. , .. VrFor 'nnnoundinjc the names of cnndi dotes for office, Three Docla tA"1''. ,, JobWurk, such, as Pm;.cti. M mute i, Circular.. Cards. planKs anJb,ll &c --will be exeenlcd in a neat am wft""1'1'' fanner, at short notice, and on reasonable teAll'lctters nddrcfteil to WPropnolof. post paid, will be promptly attended to. Persons at a distance sdnding us the nnn.'M of four solvent subscribers, win nra" , fifth copy ftrutit. ' - ' . ,' ..lw.. . No communication inserted unless accd...

Publication Title: Athens Post, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Athens post. — 21 November 1851

f ATHENS POST. S. P. 1VIN9, Editor and Proprietor. TERMS. $2 a near, payable in advance, or .1 at Hie erjiiralinn of thc yi ar. ... pp vVf) paper disrnniinurd nnlil all arrear a;rt are paid, ecqt at the option of the Pub lisher. far annmtnring the names of candidates for 0,'iiee 3, Cash. Athens, Friday, Not. 21, 1851, ELECTION OF U. S. SENATOR. The nisilnn Inst Motility night brosght n the emtiftinff intelligpnco thai, on the 1 Uh. Jas. C. Joses wa circled to the Sen' ti'R of I lie United Smies for the term of ix yats, in tlm place of Mr. T''rn"y, whose term expired on the ! h diy of MatcIi lust. We Ihvh had the s roegest confidence, fr.m the ti:i?e it was understood that Governor Innes won'd rflno-'Til tnhe i candidate, that would ha elected we knew that he m the first choice of a large majority o' the whins of Ihe State, and confidently an licipated that the majority in the Legisla ture would respond to their wishes. The result is as was expected by the people, and shows that ihe ...

Publication Title: Athens Post, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Athens post. — 21 November 1851

X Thh Bank of Tennessee. The Nashville Banner says: We have ex amined its late report with care. It has made and paid over to the Treas urer within the last two years a nett prontoi 4iB,7UU 18 on an actual capital of 82.389,052 54. This is very large profit much larger than is usually exhibited by banking insti tutions in Tennessee, the exports r.nd imports of which are not so favorable to large banking profits as in the commercial and manufacturing States of the Union. The suspended debt of the Bank or debt in suit has been reduced, within the two years, $94,628 75. The cash on hnnd is $945,750 90 circulation $1,757,103 00 not two to one to the actual cash in the vaults. That is a very favorable condition. The Bank has furnished the very large amount of $4,290,639 50 in ex change to citizens within that time. Explosion, attended with Loss of Life. An accident occurred on our Rail Road, on Friday night last, which, we are sorry to say, caused the death of three individuals in the se...

Publication Title: Athens Post, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Athens post. — 21 November 1851

Valuable Farm for Sale THE subscriber wihc to sell that valua ble property known a. the CEDAR SPRIXG FARM, situated 9 miles South-west of the town of Athens, and is one mile and a half from the line olthe East Tennessee and Georgia Rail road. The tract contains tome Three Hundred and Filly Acres, alioiu 125 of which are cleared and under cultivation. The land is well fenced. There are several first rate Springs on t, a good Dwelling House, Bam and Outhouses. 1 he soil is good, nnd a more desirable location can not bo found in uny country. The terms will be made accommodatinp. For further information apply to the subscn ber, at Athens, Tenn. RaJA0KSO!f. Athens, Nov. 7, 1851-tf 163 HARDWARE. COURTNEY & TENNENT, No. 35 Havne street, CHARLESTON, SO. CA., ARE now opening direct from England, a very tplendid slock of Hardware. Cutlery. Gun$. e., purchased by one or their firm in person, for cash. Merchants visiting Charlesion will nnd it to their interest lo call and examine their sto...

Publication Title: Athens Post, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Athens post. — 28 November 1851

B POST i f ATHENS, TEM., EillDAY, X0VE3IBER 28, 18-51 YOL. IY.-NO.-160; BY SAM; P. THE POST is poblUhed every Friday nl $2 per year, payable in nilrc.noe, or Jj'i II bnyment U delayed unlil Hie expiration nl the year. A' vkiitiskmi'.sts will r" charged .? Pf' iquare of I J line', or for Hie first insertion, nnd 25 cents Tor each continuance. A lihrnil tleilnctinri made to thoe wlin advertise by I lie VChr Person tnilin? ii'lverti'cmentj nmM mark the immher "I Mims (i.ey desire tlien, inserted, or they will lie continued until forbid :nnd charged iincnrdingly. (tr- for ntinniinnimr the nnnies nl candi date! for office, Tnnni'. 1oi.i.ab, Cas.i. Jon Wuiik, mch hs liiiphlcls. Minutes, 'Circulars, Curds. Hlnim, Handbills. &r... -will be executed in h neat nt'd workmanlike manner, at short notice, mid on reasonable iC All letter nddrc"ed to the Proprietor, post paid, will he promptly nttended to. 1 Person, .it n distance sendm- us the. names of four solvent subscribers, will be entitl...

Publication Title: Athens Post, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Athens post. — 28 November 1851

1 ATHENS POST. 8. P. IVINS, Editor and Proprietor. TERMS. $2 a year, payable in advance, or $3attlie expiration of the year. (gf ,Yo paper discontinued until all arrear mgei are paid, except at the option of the Pub lisher, For announcing the names of candidates for ofIce $3, Cash. "AtileiTsTFriday, Not.Ts, 1851. THE SENATORIAL ELECTION. We cannot get that any possible good will result from keeping up a fire about the recent Senatorial election, or to gel up a feeling of indignation and dissatisfaction at the result. The election is over, and the Whig party, in the State and out of the State, are satisfied with it. An allusion, however, to the Representative Irom this county, contained in a letter from Nashville, and published in the last Chattanooga Ga zette, and one m the Knoxville Whig, makes it necessary that we should say just one word more on the subject. Mr. Cooke is the Whig Representative from McMion county, and in voting in caucus for Gov. Jones he hid just what nineteen t...

Publication Title: Athens Post, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Athens post. — 28 November 1851

MILITARY STRENGTH OF "UNCLE SAM." Tho New York Express gives somesta tistics or the military resources or ilii Country, which will be retd with deep in terest at thia lime, When die Chances or a brush between Undo Sathncl end some or the European powers arc beginning to ihic ken. It will be seen that the old gentle mart is "sortie gunst" Tile statistic of ihe military forces and resources of the several nations of Kurope, which have lately appeared, presented a formidable warlike aggregate, but lor nil the porposea of defensive and uffeinive warfare, they exhibit nothing equal to the internal military strength or Km United States. In 'he city of New York alone, ttreresre 109 volunteer companies, num bering on an overage. GO men each, which givo a total or 10,(H0 righting men, equip ped and almost Hilly disciplined. This largo body or men are suhj ct to no military rates or regulations, except those ihey frame Tor their own individual beorflt. A proportionate forci or artillery and d...

Publication Title: Athens Post, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Athens post. — 28 November 1851

f Valuable Farm for Sale! rflUK uhrrihcr iuslir lo n il Iti.u i.uu.i JL bio properly known as tins ciuKiii srni.vu farm, situated -2 milei Soulh-v.-rsl of the town of Athens, nu. I i mm mil" i""1 liiiHOl'the I'.a-t Teiinr--.-(.-i.ii.l I'cnrsm. liuil roail. 'I I'" "''' contains some Three Hjini!n-.l mid I'ifly Acres, nboui 1J" f which an idc-irr.l nnd under cultivation. The lan.l is well frl-.crd. I here arc several f:rl rite Spring on it , a good Dwelling 11.1,10 , I! -.ru nnd ..tl.mi. . the mil i" eoii.l . n:l more d. sirablo location can not I)'' r 1 1 1 1 ' I in nny cm try. The frriin will he "ride neciiiiiiind.-itiiiir. For further i n l r n ;i 1 ion apply to tl,e 'uliH.li bet, at Athens, Ti-nn. (. , ACKS()Vi Athon., Nov. 7, 1 j.'.l-tr 1 H A R D W A R E, "i r r"- PV t- TPCV,-,VF No. 33 1! iv hp s'ii'i, ciuiu.r.sTo.v. so. c.i, VUR nw opening a very splt-nlii Cnllcri (,'nHS. kS'C. their linn in pers-m, .Meri'hatl's visiting direct 1'r.Mii Iv.i2i.iril, stuck o!' IlirJirnre. purer. ...

Publication Title: Athens Post, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Athens post. — 5 December 1851

THE ATHENS POST. i. t BY SAIL P, IVINS. TKUJltSt THE POST is published every f rMay nt $3 per year, payable in advance, or $3 if payment is delayed until the expiration ol the year. AvkrtiseMents will hf clmreed $1 per square of 12 lines, of less, for the first insertion, nml 25 dents for each continiliinne. A liberal deduction made trt those who advertise by the year. Persons sending advertisements nmt mark the number of times they desire them inserted, or they will be continued until forbid and charged accordingly. frT" For announcing . the names of c'nndi dates for office, Tkbrr rioi.LAns, Cash. Job Wuflit, such as Punijihleti. Minutes, Circulars, Cards. BlanKs, Handbills, Ac, will be executed in a neat find workmanlike manner, at short notice, and on reasonable terms. ..... All letters addressed to the Proprietor, post paid, will be promptly attended to. Persons at a distnnce sending us the nnmcs .af-fauMoWeot subscribers, will be entitled to " w fifth copy pritis. . No communic...

Publication Title: Athens Post, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Athens post. — 5 December 1851

ATHENS POST. 8. P. IVISS, Editor and Proprietor. TKW.V.S. $2 pear, pitiiahle in adiance, or tkait'ierrjiiralionof the par. (At- Vh paper discontinued until all arrear ages are' paid, except at the option of the 1'ub- '"'por announcing the names of candidates for office $3, On'.. Athens, Friday, Pec. 5, 1S51. f- Tiie Circuit Court for VcMinn coun ty meets in Alliens, on V.onJay next, the S.h inst. Lot 3t v. at Lovvos In accordance with the advertisement, lite proprietors of this new town rprneJ the biddings on the 27th tilt. A lirse crwj wa in atttnJanoe from various rrs c-f the cantrv, and vn rnsi.terjV'.c nuroVer of lot was sold.i both at pnvv.e inJ p-.i'.'.i" Ti.e bid- din wis spr:uJ sn.l the pric fair. Nuitier:; Vusiae bc::fft. s.-mc of t'lem T:y J';. :e tuwn 1 'i i i mJ tn 'ni c' in c v , tie ."-it 0 '( "1 .li- 1 ; ?r Ci.it ; I-1' r.ii- t-1TB killer r ?tTi::.v. . tounJjne;. A Nr.w Frr.r.r.-A Washington cor respondent of the Baltimore Patriot, says that the President and Secretar...

Publication Title: Athens Post, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Athens post. — 5 December 1851

T r THE JAPANESE. It is highly prolmlili; that the Amor jean adventurers on tlio I'an.ific will awaken some morning with n keen nppetite for Japan anil China. The islands which spread over the ocean track between California and these countries, form such convenient step ping places, that, once to conceive the idea, is to see it done. In contempla tion therefore, of tliis prohahlo event, which wc ma look to sec happen nbnut the year 1S5U it may he well that our people should begin to look a little into the languages of theso people. It so happens that a recent event puts us in possession of the Ja panese alphabet, which the ppirit of young ndven'urc happened to "leach the young idea how to sAW' '(litRnilly) should begin to study with a!! possi ble diligence. We announced a short time ago, the rescue, by an American Vessel, of the officers ami crew of a Chinese junk. Their compass and alphabet fell into the hands of their rescuers, llow strange that the lat ter should be on board ! Do...

Publication Title: Athens Post, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Athens post. — 5 December 1851

Valuable Farm for Sale! rfMJK mlitcrihiT wi.lu-s l "'II that viiluu M. ble property known n tho ci-:i. in si'M.vu faiim, situated 2 mil. S...iih-wesl of lh " Athena, .in.l I ' "' iiii'l" half l.oiutl o linuot'thi; Ka't Trnw '--' nnd Oeor-.u Ua.l road. The trn.t contains some. Throe II u ml roil and Fifty Acres, abo.n 1-25 of which nm r',';,r''1' 'V cultivation. The land i well lehcnl. 1 her. nre several first r..i Spring "" 'I.'1'', Dwell... Home, l!:irn nul Mium ' eoil is irool . ini'l " in..ro .li-Mr.il.le locution enn not be found '" "") country. Tho terms will bo made i.c.eninnioilntiui:. For fnrtl.i-r information apply to the subscri ber, at Athens, linn. Allien", Nov. I-''1 U . C. JACKSON'. -If 11.3 HARDWARE, COFRTXmT TEXNENT, No. 35 Ilavne street, Charleston, so.ca., ARF. now npening dirpri I'ri.ni England, a very splendid stock of Hardware. Cutlery. Guns. S,-c, purchased by one of their firm in person, fr cash. Merchant visilmg Charleston will hntl M tOll.eirinirreslloi-i.il...

Publication Title: Athens Post, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Athens post. — 12 December 1851

ATHEI POST. i iiijj ATHENS, TEffl., EMMY, DECEMBER 12, 1851 'VOL. IV.-IO. BY SAM. T. IYIXS. mm I l "" phesident's message. (HUW -vniyi'"; ..... - and of the Iltmsc nf HrprtscnUtlivn: I congratulate y"t and our c.immon con stituency upon the favorable auspice Under which you moot. Fr your first session. Our country hat peace with nil the world. The agitation which, fir a, time, threatened to disturb the fratcrr.nl rft'ntii.ns Which miUn us one people, is ftist. subsiding; mid a year of general prosperity and health has crown ed the nation with unusual blessings. None can look hack to the dingers which nr passer), or forward to the bright prospect beforo us, without, frsnhdsj a thrill of Grati fication, at the name titnothiit he must lie .impressed with a . rateful sense of our pro. "Sound obligations to a bciiifict-nl Providence, wlis paternal cure i so inini'est in the happiness of this highly favored land. Since the close of lite 'at Congrfs, ccr 'tain Cubans and othnr foreigners r...

Publication Title: Athens Post, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Athens post. — 12 December 1851

proved Dili September, 1850. it will be seen that, ill consideration of certain concessions by tlie Siate nl Texas, it is provided thai tilt "United States sltall pay to the Siale ol Texas the sum often millions of dollar, in a slock bearing five per cent, interest, and redeemable at the end of fourteen years, the interest payable hall yer!y, at the Treasury of the United States " In the same section ol the law it i for Ihn provided i'that no more than live millions ol said slork shall be issued u lit I the creditors of the Slate holdinj bonds and other ceitilieaus of Mock of Texas, for which Juliet on imports aicre specialty pledged, shall first tile at llie Tfeaiuty of the United States releases of nil claims against the United Stales, fur or on account of said bonds or certificates, in such form as shall be prescribed by ibe Secretary ol tlie Treasury, and approved by tho Presi dent o! the United Siaies." The form of release thus provided for has been prescribed by the S-cret ny ...

Publication Title: Athens Post, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Athens post. — 12 December 1851

f cto law shall be passed, or that which provides for an equality of taxation, ac cording to the census, or the clause dnclar ing that all duties shall be uniform through! out the United Slates, or the important provision that the trial of all crimes shall be by jury. These several articles anil clauses of the Constitution, all resting on the same authority, must stand or fall together. Some objection have been urged against the details of the act for lite return Of lugilives from labor; but it is Worthy of remark that the main opposition is almost against the Constitution itself, and proceeds from persons and classes ol persons, many of whom declare their wish to see that Constitution overturned. They aTow their hostility to any law which shall give full nd practical effect to this requirement of the Constitution. Fortunately, the num ber of these persons is comparatively small, and is believed to be daily diminishing, but the issue Which they present is one which involves the supr...

Publication Title: Athens Post, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Athens post. — 12 December 1851

CANDIDATES. flr Wc n re authoriss-d to announce JOHN L. BR1P'ES a a candidate lor re-election o'the nflico ofClcrk of tho Circuit Court Tor McMinu Couniy.at 1 lie election in March next. (t- Wo are authorised and rcqus'cd to announce John I1skii cnnuiu.ie County Coon Clerk for McMinn county at tlio ensuing March election. ft"T We nre authorized and requested In Announce J. W. MILLRU. ns n ran didate for County Court Clerk of McMmn county, at the ensuing Marc'i election. "CP W are authorize and requested to announce I). F.JAMF.SON. K". didate for the office of Sheriff of McMinn county, at the ensuing March election. (CP We are authorized and requested to announce A. RA KB. F.sq , as n candi. date for re election to the ollice of County Trustee for McMinn county, at the next March election. jnj" We are authorised and requested lo announce Gen. JAMES T. LANE, ns n candidate for County Court Clerk for McMinn county, at the ensuing March election. 03 We are authorized and requested lo an...

Publication Title: Athens Post, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Athens post. — 19 December 1851

T .'--,- . . . ,....- Athene, tem., itjmy, deceiiceii id, isji JOL. IV.-SO. 1G9. BY SAM. P. IVI5S. J- I.JL -lJ T1IF. PO.ST is piihlirr.o! rvei y Fridnv nl jj'2 per year. piV'I'l'' in inlvjuif.f. or ') U payment is ileliyed until the x s i iri t mu ol the year. . . ... A-VBIITI'RMKNTS "P. fl""''-""1 'e ' Pr'r Iq.iare of I linesor lessor (lie tint inerliot. and -Vt cent for each cntiii'iance. A liberal deduction made to Ihofn who advertise by the year. Pcn'itu s -ndim,' tidvirti-eitieiits mnt marll the number nf time, they desire '"'"' inerteil,nr they " ill he continuc'l until forbid Yml charred iiccnnlinjly. ft-Km niiiinunriiiiJ the mixes nf cantli dates for .uhi-.e, Tiiiiek IVu.i.aii". -aii. .Ion W.,aK. such li......l-Minute. lCirci.l!l;. Curd', illanns Hanlhil.s, .v;-. 'willbecxce.-i'P'l in n t t nrul woncm inhki- iamier, at short notice, and on reasonable terms. . . . , AM letter addressed to the Proprietor, po-t 'paid, will he miotlv nttendeil to. 1 Peraonant n i'.Mincn s the "....

Publication Title: Athens Post, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Athens post. — 19 December 1851

r ATI1EXS POST. . l. I I T"i. I'.ilitor mid Proprietor. rr.n.v- ejrt ufc' :.. lis'.y. Firt,- iJ (i i ('" P'luahli in aJrance, : Mi,r..ii 1 Ihr r-.rr. a r i!ii'mIiwiiI until iitf nrmir- ..v;i ( thcoytivn 1 -'if V- , in; ( 'if navKtcif eamliualft ' Allini, Friday. D.o. a--- Tl,. Cir nil (virt lor Mels 1' tv meets at lec.inir nevi Mend (i- No Southern p :'if'' TuesJ.n 11 lii. (tV In ipJu's paper wi he found tl nr,Vf, l.'n.' I S 'Cliocrmi- ill"' - in this place, on TjgffCfr 'l'- IMi int. Istiiinu. Imi ion i'mvnv Fin.. We ore indtbted lii J. P. Conke. F.m'.. Rep'f s-nti'ive Irom Mi-Minn county. t a TV i.f the dill 10 establish a s stem of In'crnnl Improvements Inr this Sire. We puMish ed b synopsis of this bill I'M week, l.at lellets fimn Nashville express the ppiivi-n tl at 11 will pans, li involves a Uuf mount of weans on the part i.f 1I1.' State, but ili" provisions or ihe lull are so stringent anil well cu.iri.l. ilutihere can be uj ru in iis adoption. Ai'i'oisri.ii.r l'tt t Wf ' in ...

Publication Title: Athens Post, The
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