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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Texas National Register — 22 November 1845

fc ' r V t dflr I i - " !.. k a -t ' W onr; '. .-titl1 Jj .!".' -?- - v i VUP. Jw VSrS-" - l AUSTIN TEXAS SATURDAY VOL. I. r NO. 46 A St5 -r . ''. ' m3T mnV irrLi- J! ' Li. t H"1 " BNITATE fix -4 tX'VJir ' - ; j :i-; -x.. ji "rw frii ui " V rhVKMRRU. !!2!R4S& f r r ' Wf v T- 1 iv n BY FORD J. S. FOKD. & CROMCA M. CRONICAN.T t lEKM. Subscription. Five dollars per annuni--o$aWe in dcJice. ' Advertising-. Rpr-qac'i square oi I en lines or un- der first Insertion xmc duller. For each subsequent insertion fitty conir. A deuuc:iun of fifty per cent. will be made upon f early advenist incuts with the privilege of renewing the same quarterly. Announcement of candidates for ofiice five dollars. An allowance of ln per cent upon nil sums be- tween twenty-five and lifly dollars and of twenty percent upon all sums over lifly dollars will be wade to agents. All letters on business connected with tho offire tniiFt be addressed to Foim & Ciionican and be Post Paid. AGENTS FOR THE REGIST...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Texas National Register — 22 November 1845

362 TEXAS NATIONAL RECTSTEK. November 22 TEXAS NATIONAL REGISTER. JOHN S. FORD EDITOR citv of jtrsTiJr. SATURDAY NOVEMBER 22 1845. annexation. With tliem commenced the movement in this they nobly responded to the promptings of nature which led them upon the pinions of memory to the lovely spot of nativity the happy home of childhood and hid; hem unite theirs with the destiny of those they loved as parents revered as patriots The following Resolutions adopted liy. the respected ns eUrus and honored as states-1 Baltimore Convention embody the doctrines i men and warriors. They turned a denf ear of the Democratic party on the Tariff and the j u . lvhi-mtfiings of an unholy ambition Sub-Treasury i ! i-i.i . .1 .i J . Uvlueh bid them prosper at the expense ot their "4. That justice and sound policy forbid! . 111 in t t- t r . .. r . 1 1 mother countrv and stand alone and peril her the rederal .Government to foster one branch - of industry to the detriment of another or to ! "'StUutimis a...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Texas National Register — 22 November 1845

tal November 22 TEXAS NATIONAL REGISTER. 393 -aaails? V 1 v u s Those in arrears for subscripting will not we hope take it niniss at being reminded of the long period of indulgence they "have en- joyed and that eviry instance in which a number was forwarded without having pre- viously received pay. was in violation of the terms "alwiqrs in advance." Vc were disposed to" accommodate our friends onr turn has come. $Vc hac been at considerable trouble and much expense in transporting ihe establishment to this place. It took money to do it. Before long we shall want paper; money alone can prpcdfe it. The printers are growing proud thebe; they must have money and wont wor! out it. The fact is though it shoGfef modesty greatly to own it we want inoue ourselves not that we love it or anything so but just to rattle we have grown tired of the iire of rustv nails thev soil our pockets and their music is not half so sweet as the dulcet sound of the dimes. Certain venders of goods wares and mer...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Texas National Register — 22 November 1845

Si" " IV 'M.. m TEXAS NATIONAL REGISTER. & November 22 From the N. Y. Jounml of Commerce. LATE AND INTERESTING FROM CALIFORNIA. We have the pleas ure ot laying before onr leaders the anuvxed loiter from an American resident f California giving -a more intelligible view than we have elewhere seen of the lale oecunences in that country ami containing information JUtoits condition ami prospects which is both recent ami mi-t worthy. No at- tempt had yet been made to re-establish the Mexican authority there though an .expedition with this object was said to be fitting out at Acapuico. Preparations were making by tin- Californians to give it a proper reception.' But we will not anticipate the content- of the letter : Calif kma July lQ4-5. By almost every newspaper from the United Slates and many from England we find extracts and surmises respecting the sale of thi count i One mouth England is the puri'li-nei; the next mouth the United Slad s. In iht: me.in time the progress of Cali ur...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Texas National Register — 22 November 1845

y November 22 TEXAS NATIONAL REGISTER. w .- 6 nice and liiror oration Willi i he Union 10. So that the business of banks mav their introduction. If indeed the hope lippe wishes his son iho Duke d'Aumale ?as alone the pn-ioga ive of ihe Texian j be kept separate from politics. .people in receiving ami piesi n mg lor their choice these alto-nativts as pronvrt d then nitron net ton. it indeed tne we are indulging shall be realized some 11. So that there mav bean end to till of the seats in that body recently left by inducements on the pan of banks in buy di'tiimuished occupants will again be . . . - - . t I 1 a . - bv the. United Slates . n liu imo hand i up political leaders and ue spapers Iil'fd y statesmen or. great reputation and by Mexico on lhe othci lul acted and cort upt the halls of legislation. it 1 ibilutes. I here u re now in that in that spirit of uop.-mudiiy tut justice 12. fro thai there may be no more corn- b-ulv some of our strongest champions which the relations of IV...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Texas National Register — 22 November 1845

ossS"? 365 TEXAS NATIONAL REGISTER. November 22 m For the National Register. THE TEXIAN HUNTER. Air" The Old English Gentleman.'' Where murmurs GaudalHpe'8 stream Along its rocky lied Embowered in a Jive oak grove There stands a Jowly shed All tuossy grown for cold has been Its hearth for many a year- God rest his soul who once abode Within that cabin drear: A fine old Texian hunter he. All of the prairies wild. A lonely strange untaught o'jd man ; No care or fear he knew So happy in his solitude So guileless kind and trie ; With a heart that like his. rifle good Ne'er waver'd in its nii.n; I'll weal and woe to friend or foe Its Truth was aye the same ; For a fine old Texian hunter bold Was -lie that roaiu'd the w iid. He seldom sough the busy scene Where uren together dwelt ; YetkiudJy toward his fellow man This mate-I.ess woodman felt : With iron stritle and open baud The Arab host he phiy'd "Whenever to his green-wood home A -wandering footstep strayM ; Like a good old Texiaa hun...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Texas National Register — 22 November 1845

Vi)- v v r - s November 22 TEXAS 'NATIONAL REGISTER- r i 4 - HP. Names pf original rantnca and assignees. Collins John Craner Clias M Click Rufus A Cushnian Clias C . . 7 Craddock J no R 7 Cu minings Wiley Joseph Farquhar assignee Childs L L Cooper ames John Mes- senger assignee Cockrill J R W B Wilson assignee C:irr Volney Collins Thus C James Barker assignee Carey Win R Heirs ofi Cone Henry il Carmona Sesario Alex T Gale assignee Chamberlain Neri C C Cushmaii assignee Collins D. W B Wilson assignee Coker John Cradick John Clapp Elisha Carey Win R dee'd Heirs of Cox Henry H Cunningham L C Curtis Hiuton Creecy W B L Lawrence D Dickson A Heirs of Davis Mrs Frances Dobic Sterling N Davis John Dial Eli Doss Benj II Darling Socrates Dabbs Wm Thos B Hilling assignee Davis Travis Douthrit James Dickerson Almeron Heirs of Dillard Joseph dee'd Dunman Martin Dobbins Sterrett Dabbs William Thos B County where lx:;ilul. Houston Victoria Lamar v Milam Lamar Fayette Mil am Jasper Milam Goliad 1 ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Texas National Register — 22 November 1845

t-Ji" I- m i TEXAS! NATIONAL RKGrlSTER. November 2X K 1 t PROSPECTUS OP THE "NEW ERA" A Newspaper te be published at the City of Austin the Seat of Government of Texas. The undersigned having purchased the printing establishment in the city of Austin formerly known us the "Austin City Gazette" proposes to publish sit the Seat of Govern- ment a paper to lie called the "New Era;" and in accordance with Ions esiahhshed usage he now submits to those who may he disposed to patronize him a few of the lending prin- ciples which will characterize his Journal nd govern him in his editorial career. In selecting n nam-: for his paper the un- dersigned has chosen 10 adopt the one ined (during the session of the late Convention) by his immediate predecessors in the the .same office as being most appiopriaie to the present condition of the country. With Texas this is emphatically a IV w Era. A revolution unparalleled in the. aunnU of history con- ceived sustained ami finally consummated in peace ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Texas National Register — 29 November 1845

ISSS s f ' t ' M -i--WI " - - rV yjc? -rg-g-j;Lvvsr . -r jj rcfs-acirfrrr. ....? i ir?K; WSfSsys sft'PSK . VOL. I. AUSTIN TEXAS SATURDAY NOVEMBER 29 1815. NO. 47 .ajgigggggs "tLgg dPRO PATRAKOSTRA ETSLIA .ptCNITATE. l!S I mi iltiwiuiumjiLiinijm ii'iiwijii'Uiiiiiij.hj'xj nr -asicata3rjggrx.rc.ii---- - .- - . i -i-iJMJ-u-m.au-1-i-JL .j.i - j-mwuwfi- n nil mill 111 w m '" " """ "" - a T It IT-1 -"1 "-"- .-.- TEXAS NATIONAL REGISTER PUBLISHED ON SATUKDAYS BY FORD & CKOMCAN. .Jt. 6. FORD. M. CKOMCAN. TEK.MS. Subscription. Five dollars per annum pnyahk in fisaticc. Adccrtising.'-FoT rac'- sqiinn? of len ini-s or un- set first insertion one dolltr. Fur each subsequent .'insertion filly cent. " A dcduciiun of fifty per cent will be mnrle upon yearly advertise wents with lite privilege of renewing the same qu:-it rly. Annouiicenii in of candidates for office five dollars. An allowance of tenner cent. iimiii all siuhk lc- Cween twenty-five and H fly d.illms. and nf twenty percent ujon ull...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Texas National Register — 29 November 1845

r " " tV - msJ' fia TKXAS NATtONAli REGISTER.' yiovr.jhor 29 wn i mtwmn KJrrA -Mlf4.;srM ! 'VWMrti ! JOHN S . F O U D EDITOR. cirv of .7 rs r jt.v. Tl()i (Con in if ed.) i.n ico r any other eouuiy exempt the Unhofi States. The Constitution f Tex as forbids a unci i law passu i l-y L'.mgress TEXAS NATIONAL REGISTER. I W hug leave . r. iVr the Red -Lauder the PAPERS RELATING TO ANNEXA ! the world as none are impound rW from "HITS ol n:s((ivii. It.'.-) published in lite Ui- viliat We shall omit the use of lautruugu "n.inary to these occasions; .we sliitll express no astonishment because we feel nunc TJiis ' uiuie i a i inir specimen ot Hie course ot that. ... . ; Mhts en?i- t-.ii' r! !. tJ... . . 'IV. ..tt- ....... . im.r....i ..o.... 1 u .. -i ... . net lu.coo.piiKtiou with the readout Minis ' .. . 'l'0lul!uh-l!!' ' ;: ! ;il vlh . '"ini wiiiiuiiiMiuih t:i'iwicr inn iiur i ' no isii.s io 01 n.ueni ior it anmwif ton to c.ll: n e-Wmer whh a weather-!'' I"tU mL. miniM oi me united llu Uni...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Texas National Register — 29 November 1845

Novcmb-jr 22 TEXAS NATIONAL REGISTER- 7 f J'! f ! ' '" T ? ' - r. . ill v f r . . f. ftiuy"io iIW(fO.JWW!- - Ki smppovtrbut whTrareuwaitingatropponn- circumstanced ns the country then was if uW lo i-kiM'ar.d tiefcat'itl '" ' : J he had' Hiiledto Use v'erv ho'iiorabie means' . irrec' very haiioriihie means' inruidd 'Matters of local ihtedsrad' sutijects of frtlie accomplishment tof eadh atid both tun eeortcili'alj'lt rii-'crd incentives to par- those objects. ' m ' ' . communicated for the information of the should interest a Georgian as much as does M . - 1 ' You wiir IceVp this Departm1Tntdu!ywinr! CuuingSwket Potatoes. InJookior of Your f;roceediniiS. and of nil mat- over the last Cultivator. 1.see. something fuiporta'df in 'your judgment to he said of curing- sweet .potatoes': wliich tizuuship" ftjtrigue-a'ud disnrgauiz: tiou life i ''e aitaeptanceof a propofiilion for an- Government. S" 1 ----- --v... .... ........ Wi llie Irish potatoe a Kortiieuer for I have attempted to 'be p...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Texas National Register — 29 November 1845

'A- 372 TEXAS NATIONAL REGISTER. November 20 -Se- PAPERS OF GEN. STEPHEN F. AUSTIN. Columbia Dec. 5 1S3G. To the Hon. Pkrsidext of ? I the Senate of Texas. Sir Having understood ihat ihe sub- ject of upper or "Robinson's colony" as 11 IS commonly cauco uas oeen orougni iv than can well be conceived or explain- them. Besides this ii was very eviilijni led ai this lime ati4 I risked involving thai ihe upper colony if giant l 10 a t t I III I myseil atul colony wiui me government ioreigri company woum ne again ruing by my inteiferenee in favor of Robinson up for six years as had been by Hie Nash- ancl his companions. 1 however succ- eeded fullv and each of said families or persons who came with him at that time and who applied tr it received a grant of land in mv col nv. In this matter before the Congress I deem it a duly to therefore 1 served Uobinsou and his com present a short historical sialeaient of j puriiniis all in my power and at much facts so far as l have nau any direct pers...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Texas National Register — 29 November 1845

November 29 TEXAS NATIONAL REGISTER. 373 'K in June or al least anterior lo the procla- mation." c Judge B. closes his letter by saying "Previous lo my reliiemeiit liom the Presidency which took place on the 22d October 1S3G mi which day President Houston was inaugurated the suhjtci of annexation was in charge ofiheComuiil- lee on Foreign delations in Congress." The ex-l'iovisunal President certain- lv presents his claims in a pretty sliong ; light. . He shows conclusively barring the fact which he mentions that he has 'no record" of the matter not only that he was "originally" in favor of annexation but that he took official action on the measure long before either the people or Congress hud delegated him any power t d 51 having pioposed the mutter to the Uniti d States as nearly as he recol- lects in June "or al least anterior lo the proclamation" in v Inch it waslaii before the people for tluir dt-cisiou while the popular oie look place ukhi it in Sep- tember following." ami "the...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Texas National Register — 29 November 1845

m 'KXAS NATIONAL REGISTER. lYovcmher 29 .'.- i r v. lemplaled ami l piicr q.iiri ill? m.fslv .loiil)"ih?n'in'i;-His?nw. Tli.'Es" "cuiiv" Pnsrtm' ' whicli -Texas conl pinctritflw ' EB5t7- 1J.....& a-imi bvlfVio wine U"l-- liw.iis ilwslsV ' .mui.i.v and i.M ' ' 'J "! "" i J '" in"sl """' 'W.: pre.cnkd l.y law 11 li B. Ki! llm mmv O.mc.l' i iho . tme ir unuHViiK ... ! pl.l- "'Vh "ud '""el l"e"' "'Motion ...wards . (lr(1 . &!'. . . ' -- V " i' i 11 t ' i t i j'-n' 1 i i '" cafe. COfVIMn !Pii-v Statesjournajsve become tl he ha caietully t.hsln.ned.l If VC ir nco too' mnr.l anxiety it will ' Nov 47 2 " - of the rii vubuse j! me; personally . durmg Jus present ndm.ms.r .lion I mm iVerardod as hiiporiiiiiiiv and the voice - . andpoliiically; ami I w.is much tilled UuMwprrion iil.any "Initiu.L rHr MiOf olSMppjcuUotr sjdo( c(;n'lninnas trrwt ' hot9 . lo see.lhjit a v:jtert over tlusigumntjof . lo iln siljcl nf annoxaiion l ill"' UVi'ued ' respec!. e .. tfERTlFICATBr No. 37 issued to l...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Texas National Register — 29 November 1845

" ' 375 & aaii'wiijtMcrrfcrir;wuni iiLifp "wr 5t f " - jr. con otic. iUv.i uc is now 0iiM:iu! in the-clly of Ans'iii mi t'rif store- formerly oeeu pie i by j A. Iis.idl ':. Co corner of Cotnie-s Anonae ' and Pwuif'-jn e a i;rai old. vYll . as oitijd stork of Dry G.e.ds iid ilmc: n- v. h.h In- ' "'"' '. wjli fJJ u i 13 us. d rate i.n; s tir Ca; ' ". '1'' l oltilii orCou sfv'Pj. lur.f. Call and .' befoic purelri-inj fl..r.wbee K.UlK'lXMtOU. Austin Nov. 15. JS45. iVulsce. tip' .5L .' Uii ft In H. $. fSjUf -S. K'.li SESSIONS OK TI1B- CGXJttt'3 OF Till. 1 - ' K'Pt 1111.11: r - -- w .- . - I - a T" .-.. I - . . . ..". it i . . .1. .. ' CllJ il ! IIIKWJIMrl!eO. D.illlitl Ifinlitl.d lit . ...IT I A'-.. .... . .. 1... .vi . . . 1 . f . i.i.iii.m "f tttjiii tn 11 1 iMiitfi nn 1 i" - - 7 ' ----- .-.-..... .!.. -3. ft 1 k til ri 1 r3 1 1 1 11 r 1 in .v w-w-ri 1 7 .'! 11 w 1 fifT...fi ir" Tnvs -4 ml lio m'J-u .jnu 1 ;nMheeit i Auiiu isbpryparod .to nt-'i ? m rc vi . ll?"' t -A r? . ' A...J.-...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Texas National Register — 29 November 1845

3TC TEXAS NATIONAL REGISTER. November 29 A List mf I'M; ntft Remaining in the Gtneral Land OJiec ready for delivery oh the ISth day of Nov. 1845 Name of nriginal grantee and amtifrnees. Ask ins Thomas Aroch.t Juan .1 Ludovie Col quitnuii assignee AlIi Joliti Anderson W II Albright Ja:ob L Anderson Washington Armstrong Alex. Askius Wesley Aikiu Win. 1 Matthias Ward assignee Red River Amelia Joan J Ludovie Col qnnhrtui asiguee Aimed Joc Juhn Twohig assignee Aldricli George Anglin Elisha Alexander D.tniel T Archer John A John Cum- mins assignee A money Rodney Armstrong W C John Bles- senger assignee Anderson Wnslrngtnn Allen Tims D R I W Hens. worth assignee Austin Andrew Joseph More- land assignee Counlir her located. Lamar Bexar Nacogdoches Fannin Houston Blilam 4 Lamar Bexar it Houston Blonigomery Lamar Harris San Augustine Jasper Truvis Colorado Travis Byers No h T Burns Squire Barnes Wi:liam Belt ran Jose Marin Charles Chevnllier assignee Burleson Aaron Bell Wm W Bluiidill Win Bro...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Texas National Register — 6 December 1845

o -' vn- : Kf 9f ftl 5? if-.:.'4M .ivf ! sj.xrn KEGISTEK NATIONAL. VOL. I. AUSTIN TEXAS SATURDAY DECEMBER 6 1845. NO. .18 myftmfff0ffyjpglj IS '4 i rEXAS .NATIONAL REGISTER t - PUBLISHED ON SATURDAYS BY FORD & CBONICAN. .J. . FOKD. ' M CKOXICANj. TERM.. Subscription. Five dollars per annum payable in advance. Advertising. Far each square of ten lines or un- dcrffirst insertion one dollar. For each subsctjuenj insertion fifty cents. . "?"" A deduction of fifty per cent will be marie' upon j early advertisements with the privilege of renew ins the same quarterly. Announcement of candidates for office five dollars. An allowance of ten ppr cent upon all sums be- tween twenty-five and fifty dollars and of twenty percent upon all sums over fifty dollar will be made to -gents. All letter? on business connected with the ofEoe must bo addressed to Ford & Cromca.n and be d'utl Paid. AGENTS FOR TEH REGISTER. Austin County. D. Shelby Shelby's Post jpailHVl OO. H.ll.uum uuiiiiam. ... -t ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Texas National Register — 6 December 1845

378 TEXAS NATIONAL REGISTER. December 6 TEXAS NATIONAL REGISTER. JOHN S . FOttB UD1TOU. ci tv of jrcsTjr.v. SATURDAY DECEMBER t 1845. To be able to mail our pnper immediately after its issuance we have changed our day of publication to Wednesday. The tnnil leaves this place on Jbndaysand Thursdays. In publishing on Saturdays the paper had to lay on hand a day before being mailed. Tuc Election. The period is close at hand when the voters of Texas will be wiled upon to exercise the elective franchise in the choice of persons to compose the first state Legislature. Upon the doings of"that body to a great extent will depend the prosperojH advancement" of our people. Provided such" laws.are enacted as compoit with our situa- tion and wants the country will glide forward under the new order of things in confidence prosperity and happiness. But let uncer- tainty contrariety and irreconciliable incon- sistencies abound upon our statute books (where regularity clearness and unmistakable j si...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Texas National Register — 6 December 1845

December 6 TEXAS NATIONAL REGISTER. Sftf U course it has been deemed necessary to adopt the President indulges the confident expectation that no unfriendly spirit tow- ards the Government or the people of Tex- as will or can be imputed to the United States." " The question of the annexation of a foreign independent State to the "United States has never before been presented to this Government. Since the adoption of their Constitution two large additions have been made to the domain originally claim- ed by the United States. "In acquiring them this Government was not actuated by a mere thirst for sway over a broader space. Paramount interests of many mem- ber! of the Confederacy and the permanent well-being of all imperatively urged upon this Government the necessity of an exten- sion of its jurisdiction over Louisiana and Flarida. As peace however was our che- rished policy never to be departed from unless honor should be perilled by adher- ing to it we patiently endured for a time ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Texas National Register — 6 December 1845

380" i rs -.riv'i TXAS "NATIONAL RE G LS-T E lX. December -6- -Ttv I' "- ..'- . H ' .ClTIjrfrojiltdiej'jReposiiofyf . SuMtawecof the earth ; that is he created AlOBEXINt CJEiNGK AD: SHEJBI- il .irvi nl ini rILE. Fin i . . . r u oj .TriEfeopEssoR!w-ATBHMEN;ivh -nr-our earth' arid the 'renal 'heavens as they --.- .- r-. w " I I " .s nO .?. jnblfld-r mbm Yi'i siTi-wrM"" ai"ei 'Qr a habitation' to man and his' . . ' I .-. I . .. J jOIJUlCU. . . XII i 'ifc in rine beginning in remote ages; we Fiinifqnra'nr mnMni AMithil. ClVtm TArrnai A.I DUUIUIIUU Ul lllUlll Wl WI1KU1I V-n 1W11J&U -mU .m n'GBOLOGYd o IM- Jir : m JPhesb"ndeof'g'eologyrjs'StiUan.itsinn :i3certa?ne1IaridrimjVdV'tffhP'prmeiples-de-d ucied rrorWrthenVHicIffalleLlffibtac- knSwledffeHorFeB'. 1JA' W ofVthel-e f icYs'-amF rirTricYfleVfrlay Kcre WstSleil of layers or sVfat'a regul'acTv 'flltfceU one ierriThe5e.slraUIie.a;rQCKs coyer a very !:irn?nnrtirinnf thn pnrflrs SUrl.lCfi : and - TrtrMr:'.r7T5v'- -"r-trTT.-!- j.i.- i-?....

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