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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly State Gazette — 12 October 1867

• - yV ;y. ; \ - ' v.. •. ; V;" . :Vv • Iftí WSSim STORM ON THE THIRD. , where Gone , liáiÉÉ^ is a t ara enabled way of Vicks- r *sl (i Waco, jo Hew fork ■ pn •Í - , ft ¡£ V - SÜ ' in two feet i eMtg I Albert Paul Bank at north side of new wharf. Slip Tybee rede out of the storm at east end of new whar A flTIJ-flTI l ,w .¿V 1, v-I | 1 | A^AA^ (¿j agrounu wtto ufcr ffi-ura SBRM^ i ashore at west endof R. R. depot, steamer Sunflower was coming down firom ton, having left thereabout 4 p. Wednesday Red Fish bar aboat 4 in the morning, then anchored. The stona Continued to :tween 10 and 11 a.*., Capí, the cables to be cdfeofr, when boat drifted before t& wind to Edward's Point, wheie all got on Shore safely. Th« boat tsba^r damaged, The Steamer Era left Red Fkh'Bar Jas/night, us thenl^a no light —this morning she took off the crew and pas- sengers of the Sunflower, and arrived here at II a.m. This information is given ris by tb« engineer of the Sunflower •ae the destruction of proper...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly State Gazette — 12 October 1867

SíSlífSS^ - l'~ i "* Ottomans, h furnished with 1áei?ei^0rSñnpiCt^^, clGcks ™p^Xz:T<tzz:r T fa ti middle -room there was a table, , forera-. sisare, /placed «des of the E CATER, CONGRESS - _ _ AVENÜBJ « .■ ■•■■atS', boots, shoes, hats, ac., &a, Also a large and well iwhwted stock of heady made clothing, % Boys and Youths. ™ ~ & 13Sr STITX7TE BH ofjte Rer. B. J. «Ml a fall pal 1 that went— an a thermometer, a , J f.eie^aph apparatus, which telegraphic com- P %ni+ « - established with the SS* offi"al« Raveling with his ty.—-Neat to the studv was tho m of the Emneror an/p™ With two beds placed TraMv T' dSST the 8ide8 °ftiie carnage.6 bedroom r0°^¡0Were -attached to the asii «¿"«"¿«x filled with the choi "* Call and examine for yoasset* . apr-6tf. T- P. * Co-.) (Successors to Bmbraclif ratory .-est flowers. I Austin, Tex., ElSISlfii and a - -ítt¿ . - %ÍÍ¿0Í- ^Uld St! - receiving sap- .... almost every variety^ whether for ornament or ase. mm^mm month, courae of Piano, Gaitar ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly State Gazette — 19 October 1867

8ÉSS AUSTIN 19. 1867. •' p. mcsomajtob. { SPEAK K1NDLY TO THY WIFE. *íStf|gg| o^pra?Sli- AB.HOKTON, | . practice in the Federal vsíth lair. Will ■|H|Bp Coarta. to land and other bosi- mm Texas. Law, Austin, counties oí Ptetoffice ad- MrI7 I B. MORRIS, Attorney and Com | f- « Oet27-ly and collecting agenct. k CO., Austin, Texas. and sale of rc.l estate; g y- meat oí taxes; adjustment of r-laiius to - from public records on subjects (tfenMU'ry Auction and Uum- k CO., k mm mi Regular auction sales Saturday. Special salee daring the week. On hand, and- arriv- ing, a foil supply of :§|j STAPLE DRY GOODS AND GROCERIES, Which we offer k>* for cash, or in exchange for country produce. ' Mp* dec22-U —- -trrM. H. CARR, Auction and Commission Merchant, Congress Avenue, Austin Texas. Prompt attention given to all consignments. gtfjfg june8-tf ■ - - AUCTION ANDCOMMISION MERCHANT, ^grywonl> borro*, One gentle won!, one smile of thine, Can ever call it forth. ^fe-s¿r¿ntfe,"dcold- The sunshin...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly State Gazette — 19 October 1867

Éüüi Js'l i"* impedime m suffrage, no enthusi- ing ave been manifested by to its-enforcement or manifesting "hos- , not a democrat t^ity" thereto, they actually offered to aid and did aid the military (n carry- Large of corn they elec- has .fought the fight M- State Sights, t the victory. A unteered in the service, would have been in the battle field, and the war going on now or the of the Southern States acknowledged. But no such object was avowed ; on the contrary, it was emphatically denied, aad the northern democrats and rej rushed to the defeece of the stars and stripes, and were willing to lay down their lives for the perpetuation of the Union. Did the dying heroes of the earlier battle fields imagine that thsy were pouring forth their blood and out their last breath for the negro f No. The human sacrifice was for the old flag and the national exis- tence, one and undivided. Except a few fanatics, the northern people cared for by a much reduced glory elections, aroused. The pr...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly State Gazette — 19 October 1867

r I1OTSÉH SATül - * — ^ . wi«lili St. Louis Mtf., E. think from a the diffexeist ,«ay we^„. Ü Jm . E. Foster, J. J. A. Roach, Alpha W. H. Crateher, C. Forbes, B. B. Davis, W. M. Dfflard & mjjmm&i (HI The opening sermon was preached by Rev. F. E. Foster, former Modera- tor. Rev. Alpha Young was choeen Mod- erator, and Rev. W. H. Crutcher, Clerk. . . A committee of four, com Bros. Alpha Young, J. H. Wol Wm. M. Dillard and Alfred Smith,* were appointed tb meet like commit- appointed by the Texas and Braz- os Synods, for the purpose of bring- eoneert of action between the three Synods, in the establishment \i{|£ can °* a Universily at some central point ' in Texas, for the benefit of the whole church in this' State !!■■■■■■■■■ Bro. Alpha Yoaug was appointed a missionary to visit all the churches in the Synod, and preach to them upon missions., a Coasecrated ministry and people, and «other interests of tie church. Bro. George Golden was appointed auv other Doint is thá book agent...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly State Gazette — 19 October 1867

.. • . •• i vñth the mfík reivers, " -*m m. H _ . ■ 'BBMfiPiBfiPSlB ■ipil STIENEE'S building, ■■j «i^lioaNassss^m- -«¿B^IÍ^IENÜB. fled a way, as if wings we#e tied to " „.. |P whether the giant Colo •would riot distance even thewv só much had the peril of fclje occasion in- creased the natural elasticity of his mighty muscle. But presently a charger fleeter than the rest migl discerned gaining on his human i and approached so near that the dragoon raised his saber for a coup de ce. O^NeSl became conscious of danger, and hastily slackened his ♦ ill the hot stream of smoke the horse's nostrils appeared to with his jasry hair; and then; sudden^ he fired* a round; i from a revolver and the rider tumbled í ' Oiigi fss A VCllWjAn^ ') FjgjjU from his saddle. The victim then re-'. - :V AUSTIN COLLEGIATE KWBP'n 01 a lull *o sh« of twenty «lolhir per month ®3g i Charges in S}<r<v. weeks, three, four or AS 011 band, and ie constant!)" receiving, aceordi* to conree JUL a ■vreli seleiScd s...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly State Gazette — 26 October 1867

'-=s^SÍS|S)f:#|^S3 • - ■ _, . -- . ;• . wmm mm -: "■ pBSi IPSfN & MOSES * u... ALTON ft at few wlor at Law , Austin, " 3: ci,xn *D.) - ■■ - > lEXAS LAHO AND tJOUJECWKQ AS2NCY. C. R. JOHNS A CO, and safe of real estate; pay- ot tases; adjustment 6Í claims to land Cl&Í2Ud l the fhtakhiag such information at may be obtained from public records on parsonalex MainaUon ofsabjecta oiaoquirj. oct3l-ly and famishing gueh info P V i IF SO, WHY SOT CD** TO IHE STORE Cfr ROBERTS & C Killer'a Corner. AVKÍHÜK «DI STAPLE AND FANCY GROCERIES, COUNTRY PRODUCE, flow which can't be bcat,^ Sugar Cured __ ;w- iJjP má;Z^,&w^m£m VXStXAJWXS OOLDBN Brsr&TTP. Tokaceo, Whiskey, and Beet native Wineproduced in the State, Call and Bmaine my Stodc. SapSi, '®?—ly N' ' BW FIRM.—Williams 4 Hillyer, at Bridge old stead, on Pecan Street. Photographs, Ambrotypee, Porcelain and Gem pictures, copy Daguepotypes and 'new sty lee oTAibums, Pjeneh ST IN", TXiXA.! Hi^BRiiiilif^fligil ¿«SE — . V «->«...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly State Gazette — 26 October 1867

•. ■ -. • l - - - ..-'v;-' j- ■- • '? . vO - - J-" mmm desirinii' O : entirely crazy, arid lío keep up the fig) little interest in the them to make : to the same cob there istqp jj, and to Gen. ho desire or le public and thé State; way. We referred to the- ..it'. - : ' .1 • ' f ,1 r , 1 T\- , - - admin for his every one the feet and issues which in the fut SDK. [ The de plans which or short, of the is Browns radi- j to ase We are effect this icaf force tf necessary ^to- «Johnson and to seat Senator Wade VPifet¿deutial chair. Mr. Shanks, iiuWr l)f Congress from Indiana, > an entire absence from one is ftbao- be seen by a reference to registered voters. The latter to have been es of- the negro voters, un- nnder dis* am the daily they need of currency, the of the market, i this at a much less cost.— ptly the re- readers of all t the earliest of the world.— the people of to contribute and c.to that end. irf| Gazette more Austin with it, and com- and pi mam _ -aiiaer*b ;*e¿-: act> ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly State Gazette — 26 October 1867

¡¡©lllSiilil "'4 111 During the f^ was , # fiKl ffflene- aod chatter to one MÉ mM dezvons for all the colored It is the Fifntte. African- that will in fatare years, in importance, be as tisement ■ it may be ton ?he meditation of futnte1 an- , the Forum now-a-daysis be- a nuisance to the cities o This is the point they all m&fo- for confabs it will do. W compound Í3 .a MP fair, at the When he see if he with him. IP as if he had ders, and t! som. 3^-Every body knows the about a of Ed. Finnhi's auction and com- pu mission store. If you want any thing sold at the ) and dally. It is there some of their politici! 'leaders ^ feeble demonstration toward quality, by shaking hands all . ' - - r. . ' i round and asking about the" crops and their families. We do not object to this intercourse ; this is said to be a free country, an,l these negro leaders ubtedly are privileged to du as —j I !i sai I JONES &C0, Such are the of the reaction ! to show itself WOODWORK R. canon ra a torn. and...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly State Gazette — 26 October 1867

gSiíSfl ir Mm CLOTHING. i ^ 111 - - - - AVEN JjAVING fc A'iííí o é£ rí- CG., O. 8 WALL STREET. Dealers in Stocks, Bonds, Gold and Governments, strictly on ——'i. Deposits received and eotlec- on ail puts of the country. HATS, &C., &C., aasortiaent SPRING AND i&íor-; of their to still greater ef- READY MADE CLOTHING, Men, Boys and Youths. Call and examine for yourselves. 5 Intkbiob, Office or Indian Afpaibs, WAsmseTOii, W; D. C. 0<j£ÍÉ|¡BI T P WASHINGTON, & SON, to Rutherford, Rector & Co.) ||íl; the Detrieeh Corner, Ave line, Austin, Tex.,- only to be tested to be ap «gfSl Delaines, English Merinos and ikmuk, Alpaca, Silks, &c., Swiss, Jaconet and Checked Velvet, Irish Linen, tie Damasks, To New York; Hoii. H. H. Van Secretary of Treasury; Col. Newport, Ky SCHIEDAM SCHNAPPS are DvsceDsia ,;'-vU'VTrtvs SCHNAPPS'K^ all tie large cities in the Union. SCHIEDAM SCHNAPPS are a for chills and fever, •WOLFE'S SCHIEDAM SCHNAPPS cor- rects the change of water. WOLFE'...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly State Gazette — 15 August 1868

HE . itllflSlli Mim wsji mm jary, &c. end Posts: chaste and have - ' some old Gaaettc fly we under the immediate supervision j. Gen. ^Reynolds, still, until , he jvas subordinate to the mili- tary commander of the 5th District at Nev? Orleans, who" was really rsspon- sible for the management of affairs here, having, by the acts of Congress, the power of revision and of removal at hia discretion. The late change in the Militaty Districts, and the assign- ment of Gen. Reynolds to the com- mand of tKe 5th District, now em- bracing Texas alone, makes his views and probable course of conduct a matter of deep interest to our people, evident, from the proceedings ¿Ion, that we are likely to be under miliu^^jg Qntil after the next Presidential elecfiotw • Lv - ^ "" MP.. IMPII The extract of the letter >s "" Si :s. ¿"A Steiner'g New BuQdiai receiving, a IS, GBOCJ5- i, etc. Also, a READY-MADE , Boys and Youths, yourselves. L. Rasdle, Galveston and MERCHANTS, 1HAM, TEXAS. to all bosinee...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly State Gazette — 15 August 1868

elhisg í ® , long after U1 n IttibitanlaM . It tras; s>> siscc, on the. I proprietors. ___. HiP| ■ 'B j that víeiiiity have btísn disturbed by^of its$€ trotiM pxve o. load noises, following the breaking up1 ¿fthose for whesff5- "fiftyosnSfor^mivi of these secret conclaves. We hare, ten. -¿What-have t! . , been told that these ^ig*1t meet ings , moa ser.se or coin aodMfcea 1 T€ been held to organize the Grand commences vtfiht^ese star "■i"' 1 "'~&*JÉÉ|fke: eyes of G the world, ore Upon yt**." the world little know* or laaa—■ -i * M ' . •- T*T> L> | n P V"-1* rundli/£bN i ^--~|ggfl jgm mm over the poor people of Texaa, accord- Hcan party.'' J This Is v(ffi true, :i lag to the dTrefci threat lately made in so, also, is the expression, " You .cd the Republican. In proof of this, a not R;akü- something out or do; hiSig;f notice appeared in the radical organ j barely not. "When Gt>d calls you tof of Monday, that -'Encampment No. L | a final accent,'ft ei<jlit rftf&am...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly State Gazette — 15 August 1868

. v-c '•-/ . > •<*••••••. • ' the Iiadi ! -strictest in- or Known * «line -¿ Hunt « «- " «jip d tried toSjwrl; ,, i - • ' t «t tficj «eru renruerci lorsne V V 1 * ¡«betar.mte this statement, we now present ) aslvwl rur ; ¡a>aie care? of recant occurrence not embraced IIV© m \Valkt*r : n our formar report. * " , county when he vas .elected to this; "in the connti^ of Conin imd Hunt, five in . ......,.... * • * " \fr j me , weu Krawn 1 sterling loyalists, were SI * i brutally murdered Within the last two wéoks, j by some rebol desperadoes." .) saiu.ii) j Tbir statement is wade spfrn the authority fa© n>gr Ht«d to tteoj "fa Mter ^dressed to J. W. Thomas " üasaloíi hv vnmnW* 11 member of this convention, " uu l} members, TU I, av.: : Court 1. a tele- Sapremi' tfee- become PipS 5 can be bad at this office. ->u¡ The school of Mr. A. II. Decherd , 4 miles frofe-Austin, wiii re-con- on Monday ths SIst inst. Set- advertisement. Ü *' : " % Weutz & Burns, of Brenham, adrar t...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly State Gazette — 15 August 1868

' 1 í1 " i ¡ ■ I. • ~ ^KÜ^Hk - - ?~^Br _•.■*- WÜB cv-v s.^ü „ M3JIMW y C0H* "*~ m Mmm % ímásmmm m r BEALS13 IS '■v :r.y' aext." jt, raadara? Mou- K ■ I 3sküd, doubtless ■PM to" me, thát mv tree, and countenance, mnst toi' "monkeys'* engfc^sbe Bp yoü i ¡rour rajpiftg . . . we Will make ií for your advantage to boy ws for CASH. =í ;fes1/. - - Just liceeived. One ton Lilly White Lead—pure; alargo lot of Window "Glass, Oil and Turpentine. YDRAT'LIC CEMENT, WHITE STONE LIME. CAL- CINED PLASTER, LAN# PLASTER, GUANO, Etc. mti &%sw! wf k of na- ever i : breath of . above of an after- were n^ ^ spell eat ^rand- aitting any y, on ray part. * Hist!" and her whole being was *'' 1—'f we'll s ay no more íe, I love yon, let's 1} ...J • " My dear young lady," I etammer- at the same time drawing back, "I i much obliged, bat really yon must ease me." This conduct on my part, which she construed as coyness, in fealtty, arose from I. fright together, evidently increased tne interest I had awakened ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly State Gazette — 14 August 1869

' ' - 5 Wm ' Com- . of the The Madrid. Aug. 2.-Tl|| Captain Gc al of Madrid addres^s jtófetter rano and Gen. Prim. 5b which he « "I took part in the revolution to see morality, law, and succeed to former ten months since 1 3, from St. Louis, eclipse observa- favor able than his most He took 123 Union League is the I8th of for the Yoek, August 8. — Bowers, & Co., Dry Goods Merchants, ailities $300,000. The to the steady de- -Pratt, the Texas rioter, to the custody of the ; Marshal. Commissioner i hear tho case Thursday, kugnst 9.—The Old Cable luoed the tariff be- of Great Britain and Ito $7 50 in gold for 10 ceDts for oach subse- | which commences Aug. H pB Lug. 10. — Gen. Jjesca is A convoy of provisions _ ~mKm •The newspaper thousand men iq ^September, ts were arrested chieftain Los resist- ialed spread immorality, < prevail—disorders to lutely necessary to pat a constitution having proclaim? arelar, the immediate choice of s is indispensable. If the gover does not shortly ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly State Gazette — 14 August 1869

1 Wm f, M.D. rr¡íb2=,Hlv. ,a.D. rAN S. a, io a New Orleans, w^Wm by a iargi i roa- day ot Oeto _ yosr of " Packed 3 ft? Send íór Price List. Por sale by Austin, Orleans Grocers. EW GOODS! [ERY, |j| PETING, SADD1 ÜAKRÍAGES, HARNESS, LEATBER. J extensive and t! on in Literature and Sci- s professions of Law, Medicine Academic or LawStu- J cost of Text-Books and I pocket money, amount to about """i oí nine months; and of the Medica! Student io about inns, respectively, $2-20 or i admission, and the balance 8 of the session. r catalog íe. ' Of Virginia." S, MAÜPIN, Chairman of the Faculty. NG SCHOOL SOUTH. Tennessee. "ARD'S 'V. I R YOUNG LADIES, th Year, and has at- iban any rehool for The departments Languages, Mu- . are very superior. fflSezaost imposing in presents a suec- not excelled by ia IRIrpPi i párente of — school in the city e; country is the best proof _ ' its gradaateaare teachers, pupils daring the past year B. THE LATEST STYLE 0^ LADIES HATS; •, Sept. W. E. WARD, ■ Nashvi...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly State Gazette — 21 August 1869

i an article ob fbH hare been Review, Balti- pro the State ► action of the they may to the <£b They will not of the for it under ; it is, in fact, and necessity, and this ear Te have seen no wiser by any of our co- . is easy enottgh to make tweda? leal. The Examiner, as we can judge, takes about le view of the matter as we do, the public down upon this 1 in fact, by the leading men s State. Ajfeexpect to hold our ~ reconstruction íb ' is"effected, jrniTit is placed once the ünieísL Then our course guided by ijie circumstances of of its people may One of the great en- thEs is an educa- teachers inCol- scbools, who are to inculcate and peculiar notions in minds of their confiding can not to enter Northern Col- and schools, possession must be institutions in the South, work be accomplished here, ¡y," says the writer, "they have hands on the University of South Carolina and it has given up the ghost. They have swept the University of North Carolina of its Professors, and an Internal ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly State Gazette — 21 August 1869

•' -. f ';S- i':'"--''- . ■ " - "• Ó¿*1- Hon. tA úattmee W. M. i Cengreasibi escaso for ft, when they are purpose will not hear the day-light— sonathiag to announce FERG. ) s Candidate % State Senator of the District, composed of the B, Travis, Williamson, Bell , Lampasas, San Saba, Hamilton, Co- Concbo, and AIc- t Representative. 28th District. to atiiiouaee BE Yd m-mm • S®| District in the Lo>ve. ' the next Legislature. ey 2d Judicial District. Fe are authored to announce R. A , of Travis county, as a Candidate fo: r of the 3d Judicial District E election. Subject to deeisioi i citizens of said District. §§119 ¿giggly t * For Sheriff Travis Connty. We are autboriied to announce JAMES SWISHER as «gCwsiidate to: of Travis county, at tiie ensuing No- vember election. ;S^§¡I¡|§gR§ • Travi Wo are authorized to announce is a Candidate for Election 30th November. ithoriied to announce RADCLIÍ I & Candidate for Sheriff of Travis &MM For Clerk District Court. F.P.DE aa a Candida...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly State Gazette — 21 August 1869

í' :;j .-"y.*■? ; - the coc- ff. about i bis health, and formed/ of froaa called to Taliaferro *9f and we t his ardu- t >ja the with i aceasionally fe see the ap- i not far from re gone to at the wrong1 sickly season is on np the streets and gut- too late. A city should aot cleaned up in the year. Our city ia gener- r except among small chil- of all is g the in altitude Gulf of Mexico to the Llano is very considerable. Nearly streams run through hills. down and force. The aré usually skirted by hills or _ y on each side. The result is a current of extraordinary swiftness— a mighty volume of water pent up be- tween hills—a terrible force concen- trated, and moving with resistless im- petuosity—carrying all before it. Fortunately appearances indicate, that these miniature floods recur but seldom, and it is trusted that tí re- cent one may be the last. f|g|í;':JS¿ ,7 It seems, however, that the scien- tific gentleman read the signs of the past aright, and drew deductio ,s most accur...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly State Gazette — 21 August 1869

r^asa i! i ia < in Reno m ere- id reta- for tbe gam?" K. láve- os ! Who would could ? to have and itch; to get d scolded by toes; to swallowing' i a slipper; to get echool-raaB- made to stand up as the the amusement of the ■visitors come to school how miserahly weak and month. gor farther ] aig7wlm ÑrVERSITT OF J13 Sessian of this i annually on the lBt*iayoi , without mterrujAion, till tl the 4th of July < Student I you were when you were ask you what would have be- aterestmg time a rents had not r ao patient with and kind io you, ¡ it was all one's fault that be and his parents were in no sted in the mat- l to eÜjft the second table when to set out cabbage are little, and con- abated bis na- been •' scattered in mu- ; bat those fragments in a unity which con- tal and indissoluble through is a solemn grandeur in sweep of vision which • takes of the course of time the four ejtaasiTc __ world flourish and fall. He has I 0f instruction in Literature seen Egypt and Babylon, and Gr...

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