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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Ranger — 5 May 1855

JWPUfk -WWiuJ 'WiljfU r AafF " .ffiSir' EU y jRK JKf MUllilMICTVim I'UV I-' UIU. S9KS5WR?; 7rvT? fu JfA, Jri egas PlSTf4 ? tsi 3 TZ TTZ I Tt "z ! Z. '. Z 1 Z ' ' ' 7 Z . -.-t - T t Xt . 9 && w&wmmm & mmm wm ' ' mmr asr. 0OO3C4i SS3-7V vom -vS4tCsc V X-4 X K&ASi U t3 W-AOSJO ,03A ZS Q ZZXJQ 1 Mr. Wm. Mitchel, a brotlier of John Mitcli- el, has invented a type setting machine. It has already had a fair trial in New York, and succeeded in printing a hook at about half the ordinary cost of composition. It was em- ployed to print the new octavo volume of breorge Bancroft, the historian, announced by Harper and Brothers. An extensive prin- ter is so satisfied with the manner in which it works that he has ordered five of them for his establishment. One of them will be sent to the Paris exibition. On Such Subjects The Testimony Of Woman Should lie Conclusive. New York, August 2, 1852. VS. Mrs. Clute, of No. 272 Second street, believing her child, about three years old, t...

Publication Title: Texas Ranger, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Ranger — 5 May 1855

3? ffT" """wSr8 mJH iwqLmuw'pgi-M- -. t- -?. - 358ggS5afifeszg3gsiTiv Sljc fe&s Hanger, PUBLISHED WEEKLY BT LANCASTER & BALLENGER. TERMS: Subscription for one year, 3 ; for six month $1 75; for three months, $1 25. Subscribers no paying in advance, Trill be charged $5 at the end of the year. Payment within tTro months from the mailing of the first number, Trill be consi- dered in advance. Two copies one year $5, in advance. Any one sending us five cash paying EuoscriDers, Trill be furnished a copy gratis. Kb subscription taken for a less time than one year, unless a special understanding's made frith the publisher. Ho paper Trill be discontinued (except at the o-tion of the publisher) until all arrearages are paid. All dues to this office may be remitted per mail in good and available Bank notes, at the risk of the Editor, the postage of all letters being paid by the writers. The postage of a single letter is scarcely of any account to the "writer. It is the accumulation of ...

Publication Title: Texas Ranger, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Ranger — 17 May 1855

"the star-spangled banner, o! long may it wwe, f o'er the land of the free, and the ho.me of the brave.!" 3T. LANCASTER., ZEIRQIiPIE? TRTOR. VOL. YI---NO. 32. WASHINGTON, TEXAS, THURSDAY! may 17, 1855. WHOLE NO. 344, r"- Jafe'ttm Conducted Iiy Mrst JE. JL. tDasljmgfon, Saras. THURSDAY, MAY It, 1855. T The following was -written "by a lady, as an answer or parody ,on an article published in the Eanger some weeks 'since, entitled ""Wives, Save your Husbands' and which is herewith re-published. It is always a source of pleasure to us to receive well written communica- tions from our female friends, and trust that they will not be backward in fur- nishing suitable articles for the "Ladies' Department" 6f the Eanger. For tbe Ranger. Husbands Save your Wires. How often do we hear a woman say after she has been married but a few months or years, oh ! that I had never left my mother's house; that I had nev- er assumed the cares andresposibilities of a wedded life. I find every thing so very...

Publication Title: Texas Ranger, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Ranger — 17 May 1855

IE TEXAS RANGER. J. IiAIS CASTER, Editor. .asijtngtmt, f&txas. $ 4 OTBSDAY, ilAY H, 1855. jrejiiah Cloud, of Austin county, is an d agent for this paper. Austin, esq., Philadelphia, is an author- it for this paper. i Lipscomb, Esq., of Bellville, Austin co. ithorized tigent for this paper. J M. K. Shell, Postmaster, Caldwell, is homed agent for this paper. d vertlscrs, The Texas Ranger offers great meats to business men, "who wish to aTail Ares of the benefits of advertising. Being 5sij3aper in. Western Texas, and having a ation in every tounty in the State, as well jvery Southern State, the proprietor Hatters If thatj&ose wBi--adxerli3e-in his-columns. ie most amply renraneraSiTr J EngS-ieT4-l !U ML '.Will . 1 1 Ifc J Jt ' Acknowledgments. The communication from our friend at CEappell Hill, is received. The ideas are good, but the composition, &c, are bo indifferently written, that we must decline publishing it. Should our Correspondent again favor us with a communica- ...

Publication Title: Texas Ranger, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Ranger — 17 May 1855

"3gMWE'CT"'j'-'' V : v ij.j.u..i,.j,MMJ..ta'-VJi.n.'.j.ii,v-j-i.iJiv; jt-u-..Miii--..'j.jv.4,iij.-.;..n- t-i-f,i.fTTT aaajai!aaigirwWJ5BiUoBaass-vcja!; : w-fr -; j-igrarrefm1 ri . m . r w.'yv t j j t sr- raig-rar-jffy-gMCi MWBBBBWWMW8WBWaBBiBiaMiaawBaaaaBBic!MBBiaagBhwBLMfciLLLiMiiMrgaMMMwi.ji i-i.w..i'ini - L-mw . . -i . u'j;uTa S k Tlie National WMg Party. A heavy beward. The Georgetown (Kentucky) Herald gives a humorous ac- count of a select meeting of National Whigs, recently held in Erankfort, Kentucky, at which.the following resolution was unanimous, adopted: "Besolved, That we, the sole representa- tives of the great whig part of northern and southern Kentucky, being sorely, at a loss to know 'where we shall go,' publish the follow ing advertisement to the Know-nothings of Kentucky, and 'all the balance of mankind,' in the hope that by this method we may be enabled to restore to the sheep-fold of the faithful all those true friends of the rich Irish brogue,' and the 'sweet Ge...

Publication Title: Texas Ranger, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Ranger — 17 May 1855

She Stecis Hanger, ,T PUBLISHED WEEKLY BY X.ANCASTER & BAJLXJENGER. TERMS: Subscription for one year, 3 ; for sis month $1 75; for three months, $1 25. Subscribers no paying in advance, -will be charged 5 at the end of the year. Payment -within two months from the-inaiHng of the first number, will be consi- dered in advance. Two copies one year $5, in advance. Any one sending us five cash paying subscribers, Trill be furnished a copy gratis. No subscription taken for a less time than one year,amless a special understandingismade "with the publisher. ' No paper 'will be discontinued (except at the ortion of the publisher) until all arrearages are ' paidr t All dues to this ofiice may be remitted per mail In good and available Bank notes, at the Tisk of the Editor, the postage of all letters being paid by'the writers. The postage of a single letter is scarcely of any aecount to the -writer. It is the accumulation of postage in an extensive bus- iness, -which operates as a serious ...

Publication Title: Texas Ranger, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Ranger — 24 May 1855

-' o- : . . ' -- E-U-fcJIII I .wiJMiCT-;TgwM,7.T.if.r.ii.'il..i . yi-Kiuui.-.i---aL. ij...i...'u'!W!Wictw..im''iiji jii,j,'iJ'wmw -i,j:gg-SE-qu n.ii.,aiUilJaia MB a g-- -- , i , ,, t n , ,,-,f,..7..f.rT - . - -1 ' A ' - t " . x - "the star-spangled banner, o! long may it wave, o'er the land of the free, and the home of the brave." ar- xJ-.-TO-A-STEiEi., JEFLC&LXE1X03E1U YOL. VI NO. 33. WASHINGTON, TEXAS, THURSDAY, MAT 24, 1855. WHOLE NO. 345. r Iprfrntma Revolutionary Sernion. - -"They that take the sword shall perish by the sword." The following interesting document -was found among the papers of Major John Shaefmuer, a deceased patriot of the revolution. It is a discourse deliv- ered on the eve of the battle pf Bran- dywine, by Rev. Joab Troute, to a large portion of the American soldiers, in presence of Gen. "Wellington, George lyne, anofher'ocersof tHe armyf Soldiers and Countrymen: "We have met this evening, perhaps for the last time. "We have shared the toil of the march, ...

Publication Title: Texas Ranger, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Ranger — 24 May 1855

IE TEXAS RANGER. J. :LAK CASTER, Editor. iDaaljingfctt, Sfeeets. THURSDAY, MAY 24, 1855. Jlr- Jeremiad Cloud, of Austin coupty , is an authorized agent for this paper. A- J. AtxsTirr, esq., Philadelphia, is an author- ized agent for this paper. Prank Lipscomb, Esq., of Bellville, Austin co. 16 an authorized agent for this paper. Capt. M. K. Swell, Postmaster, Caldwell, is "an authorized agent for this paper. To Advertisers. The Texas Sanger offers great inducements to business men, i?ho "wish to avail themselves of the benefits of advertising. Being the largest paper in Western Texas, and having a circulation in every county in the State, a8 well a. in every Southern State, the proprietor flatters himself that those -rfto advertise in his columns, trill be most amply remunerated. '.f i-'u;1 w ii iii ii iiii i tresaag.-ja.AWfflPWiJrftsa .iTClsxwwJcdincHtsv - Mr. .. 5. Ruthvcn, Galveston, "will accept our thanks for his attention to our order. The in ter- est he manifests jn behalf of...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Ranger — 24 May 1855

-n m.j.jHrjnn,JLiw.'ii'.M.iit..";.m.M.tjrwaJ,lh'.;'l I'.JIMW ifWtf .... V.J'.V' UTIEgS '""""'-' J-Iij'i".aur'- 5? WP5 2A &3o o " A carious sect of religionists has arisen in England called the Disciples. They believe that Christ will appear in 1S64; that the Russians will triumph over the Turks, and the Jews over the Russians; the latter event to happen in just ten years time, when the Jews will become a nation in the holy land. Abraham, Isaac, Jacob, and the rest of the righteous Jews, of old, with the few elect among Ghristains, will rise from the dead and live forever in Palestine: but the heathen and the wicked Jews and Christians will sleep eternally. A Certificate From onfof our WiUiamshurgh friends. New York, August 30," 1S52. 9$ I hope every one, whether adult or child, who may have reason to believe they are troubled with worms, will take Dr. M'- Lane's Celebrated Vermifuge. I firmly be lieve it is one of the greatest worm destroy- ers of the age certainly the most extr...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Ranger — 24 May 1855

. & " I)e Stotcts ftaugcr, PUBLISHED WEEKLY BY LANCASTER & BALLENGER. TERIUS: Subscription for one year, 3 ; for six month ' $1 76; for three months, $1 25. Subscribers no paying in. advance, -will be charged $5 at the end of the year. Payment, within two months from the mailing of the first number, will be consi- dered in advance. Two copies one year $5. in "advance. Any one sending us five cash paying 'r subscribers, will be furnished a copy gratis. No subscription taken for a less time than one jrcdr, unless a special understandingismade with , the publisher. 25 o paper -will be discontinued (except at the ojiion of the publisher) until all arrearages are paid. All dues to this office may be remitted per mail in good and available Bank notes, at the risk of the Editor, the postage of all letters being paid by the trriters. The postage of a single letter is scarcely of any account to the writer. It is the accumulation of postage in an extensive bus- iness, which operates a...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Ranger — 7 June 1855

ar "" """ "the star-spangled banner, o! lono may it wave, o'er the land of the free, and the home of the brave." 3T- XJA3NTCAST,ER.5 T1Pa Tb tSJ -5 TTPnTirT, VOL. VI NO. 35. WASHINGTON, TEXAS, THUSSDxiT, JUNE 7, 1855. WHOLE NO. 347. ?v afe'tttnm Conducted oy Mrs. E. 1 tDcisljiugtou, 5Ta:ct0. THURSDAY, JUNE 7, 1855. Harmony of Colors. We again resume this subject, it be- coming, as we before remarked, one that is exciting considerable interest. Draperies. Of hangings and our remarks are almost equally applicable to the general tone of a room we may say, that in consequence of an apart- ment never being too light (since -ve can diminish the day-light by means of blinds and curtains,) it is best the hang- ings be of a light and not of a dark col- or, so that they may reflect light rather than absorb it. Dark hangings, there- lore, are proscribed, whatever be their color. Bed curtains are to be met with very frequently in this country : yet it must be said that red and violet, even in t...

Publication Title: Texas Ranger, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Ranger — 7 June 1855

- , . . , ft F h W THIS RfflGER. J. I.AK CASTER, Editor. THTOSDAY, JUKE 7, 1855. Mr Jeremiah Cr.ou,tof Austin county, is an authorized agent for this paper. A. J. Atjstin, esq., Philadelphia, is an author ed agent for this paper. I'rank "Lipscomb, Esq., of Bellville, Austin co a n authorized agent for this paper. Capt. IT. K. SxrExx., Postmaster, Caldwell, is en auxnorixea agent lor una paper. To Advertisers. The Texas Ranger of fers grsat inducements to business men, who wish to avail themselves of the benefits of ad- vertising. Being the largest paper in Western Texas, and having a circulation m every county InthoState, as well as in every Southern State, the proprietor natters himself that those who advertise in jus columns, win oe mvan cuujjij ic taunerated. Acknowledgements. JSfsv E. J. Chance, Burleson, is informed of the receipt of his favor. All right . JUr. Bunnell, has our thanks for a fine quar terxifbeef. Messrs. Collins Sc JifcLeester, Philadelphia, are notified of the ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Ranger — 7 June 1855

w9PqpmpTCnpM!gi9 .im,.n.iCTn j, .,..,.,.! .i-cjr; .t.L.1-;-.i. !- '... ;.. .. J.HT "? I -; TG- "TV' ?x 'o.it, 7a Srfr W C QJcf Saturn AS GSstS&o Nii xiii( vW -rrf v-w wi v-W ! w v. SAS lyLMlM & "JD&CL9 iYNthe 35th of May, at his residence in Brazos county in this State, Doct. Alva Payne, after a lingering illness, in the fifty- sixth year of his age. .Notice is further given, that Marshall Payne, a son of the above deceased, left his home in Washington county in this State, sometime in the month of February, 1S54, for parts unknown, and that his relations, and his mother in particular, wishes him to return home as something to his advantage wilUake place; besides the pleasure it will give his re- lations to See and welcome him home; and if he should not see'tbis notice, and if any per- son knows of his abode, he will confer a last- ing favor upon his mother, by calling his at- tention to this uotice. May 26, 1S55. The "Galveston Civilian" will please conv the above and i...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Ranger — 7 June 1855

iiitsxr SS?P 3s- V" 4 &&& &3l t &9 K SO ljc toas Hanger, PUBLISHED WEEKLY BY t JOSEPH JLAKCASTEB. TERMS: Subscription for one year, S3: for sis month $1 DjCTthxee months, $1 25. Subscribers no paying ia advance, will be charged 5 at the end ft the year. Payment within two,months from the mailing of the first number, "will be consi- dered in advance. Two copies one year $5, In sdvsaee. Any one sending ub five cash paying .subscribers, -will be furnished a copy gratis. No subscription taken for a less time than one year, tuxless a special understandingis made with lie publisher. Uo paper Trill be discontinued (except at the ortioa of the publisher) until all arrearages are paid. "" All dues to this office may be remitted per mail in good and available Bank notes, at the risk of the Editor, the postage of all letters being paid by the writers. The postage of a single- letter is ecarcely of any account to the writer. It is -the accumulation of postage in an extensive...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Ranger — 16 June 1855

HHHR -OTVMJlte -- n m-mnmv?r'aazlnz (- NJ''--w--.v(ritiWai.-f r - "iawMy ' -Wtfv-"""- 4 w. $u "the star-spangled banner, o! long may it WAVE, 0ER THE LAND.OF THE FREE, AND'THE HOME OF THE BRAVE. 3. LANCASTER, R-ORXESTOK; t. WASHINGTON, TEXAS, TH-UBSDAT, JUNE 16, 1855. WHOLE NO. 348. . xgja .. . . " "jsP " 'v-- 3fafe'Mnmit Conducted ly 3Irs E ! lUcir-ljingtcnt, (Tcjras. THURSDAY JCNE 16, 1855. K33SEI: Harmony of Colors. Carpets. In regard to the draping of floors, it must be borne in mind, that for a carpet to produce the best possi- ble effect, it is not enough that it is of the best manufacture, and of excellent colors and pattern; it is also requisite iliat its pattern be in harmony with the size, and its colors with the decorations of the&oom. It is important for manu- facturers to lenow how to produce car- pets which will suit well with many different styles of room furniture; and, in our opinion, the best mode of attain- ing this end is, to make the light and bright colorin...

Publication Title: Texas Ranger, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Ranger — 16 June 1855

1 THE MS RfflGER. J. IA3X CASTER, Editor. iDasi)ittgt0U, Sfaraa. THURSDAY, JUNE 16, 1855. kstuhmukw ww swk4WjemjT Mr.TEiiEsnxir Ci.otrc, of Austin county, is an authorized agent for this paper. A. J.rAxrsTiK-, esq., Philadelphia, is an author- lied agent for this paper. Frank Lipscomb, Esq,, of Bellville, Austin co. s&n authorized agent for this paper. t, Capt. M. K. Snelt,, Postmaster, Caldwell, is an authorized agent for this paper. rTo Advertisers. The Texas Panger of- fers great inducements to business men, -who wish to avail themselves of the benefits of ad- vertising. Being the largest paper in "Western VVfgras, and having a circulation in every county Mjn the; State, as well as in every Southern Stfite, ; ,theproprietor fiatters himself that those who , advertise in Hs columns, will be most amply re- munerated. Acknowledgements. 3. Grenville, P. M. Bellville, is informed of the ' Receipt of His note Trith $9 enclosed. - . Messrs. Jlndretcs and Grover, have our thanks r fo...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Ranger — 16 June 1855

WjaaaS"W , KiMjfg.nut '.jimQgyeBigiUiyy, - Mu,v-.y.-mcsaafCgiBlt.v..i.ji,. .. rmujm.. n .! gata' ih MWi'nHnTMBggaBBa 3f& JGr ,tt Wi 55 SSS&ffia & HSidSh) a73Sa a mo OJitf 4 J To tlie Planters of Texas. W"E have made arrangements with Mes- srs. Dean & Cramer, of Galveston, to sell Cotton for the Planters without incuring kny additional expense from Houston. Those sending their cotton direct to us, will have the advantage, both of this market and of G-alveston, and we pledge ourselves to sell for the highest market price, giving those the preference who will give most. We are un- connected with any Commercial or Cotlon Buy- ing House, and do not intend to buy Cotton, hut sell for the Planters. Judge Dean, of Galveston, , visited Hous- ton, a few days since, for the purpose of buy- ing cotton. He came to us and said that he had no onnortunitv to buy cotton that he saw cotton sell for less than he was willing to give, but delicacy forbid him making an offer in another ma...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Ranger — 16 June 1855

,-.-, - 6f ' K mmmir.J.rUimm. ,.iMri,W4twii n aMMjggaBBMMEMMBBBWMMaBBMMgMMggSBB 1 1 'HI I.1 IBWg B g ? Mi tfkWWl 8sp&Wi -W VA iNi a. i'-ttU6U v &3 tt&v&iio . 1 &fje Qtaras Hanger, PUBLISHED WEEKLY BY JCSEJH I.Ayc.flSTFB. TERMS: Subscription for one y'ear, $3 ; for six month $1 75; for three months. $1 25. Subscribers- no paying in advance, Trill be charged So at the end of the year. Payment within two months from the mailing of the first number, "will be consi- dered in advance. Two cr pies one year $5, in sdTaace. Any one sending us five cash paying tnhscribers, Trill be furnished a copy gratis. BosubBcnpnon taken for a less time than one year, unless a special undcrstandingis made with tfcejrablisher. "No -japer "rill be discontinued (except at the jfcion, of the publisher) until all arrearages are paid. All dries to this office may be remitted per mail in good -and available Bank notes, at the risk of ther Editor, the postage of all letters being paid by thfi ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Ranger — 23 June 1855

wurv-tiffliiBB-ii.ifamavtflwWcg-' ''-jasffiagggBRgggggaM. -i szgsgntwi---,gfe!aaj gL -fl' i? g- & e4' - "the star-spangled banner, o! long may it wave, q'er the land of the free, and the home of the brave." " Jar.' 3 aLuANTO-A-STEEES., !,- J' VOL. YE NO, 37. WASHINGTON, TEXAS, SATURDAY, JUNE 23, 1855, WHOLE NO. 349; - iP Jafettmii Conducted "by Mrs. E. L. CMYV YY wmmimmm vwwwivvyAw CD ttJasipngton, Saras. SATUBPAY,'jTOE23, 1855. j Harmony of Colors. Fuexituee. In coming to to the fur- niture of our dwellings, it must "be con- fessed that, so innumerable are the pos- itilecombinations of color, it is impos- sible to lay down many laws of gene- raf application. In large Tooms, bright contrasting colors may be employed; . whereas in small rooms, the harmony should be not of contrast, but of analo--gy; in the other words, the furniture of small rooms should, in general, have but one predominant color, and the con- " trasts exhibited be only those of tone. On this principle, hangings...

Publication Title: Texas Ranger, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Ranger — 23 June 1855

tsV'v? WWWl' WW - a, a aa & asfcd&s&ca (P ffi .IV?.rSSro r oVrS) rc)&l M rft ?N tiS&? ) &Jma&& SS &m2rm$2i & aSW&o m9n &Jr THE TEXAS RIGER. 3 :JLa3$ CASTER, Editor. iOctsljingtou, Sfceas. SATURDAY, JUNE 23, 1S55. .Mr. Jeremiah Cloud, of Ausitii county, is an sutaorized agent for this paper. A. J. ArsTirr, esq., Philadelphia, is an author- i2e'd agent for this paper. Frant Lipscomb, Esq., of Bellville, Austin co. s an authorized agent for this paper. Capt M". K. Sxem., Postmaster, Caldwell, is an authorized agent for this paper. ' To Advertisers. The Texas Ranger of- fers great inducements to business men, irho -wish tjo ayail themselves of the benefits of ad vertising. Being the largest paper in Western jitkus, uuuiianug a circulation in every county an the State, as "well as in every Southern State. tho proprietor flatters himself that those who advertise in his columns, ivill be most amply re- lauijeru.tsu. Acknowledgements. S; 17. K...

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