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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Belmont chronicle. — 4 December 1856

f ' f miJBtfEDEVEBY THUBSDAY MORNHTO i . 6C a. North side Of -Street ,n 1 the New aiasoaie - H East of the coun H TMSS OF .CMCUfTM. I 1 1 ai within H"11""11"' goo B i CRMS 0rVSaTlSI0. B I Ett.Tre,ani or l,-,Hhre vraek, inD . erT saitiwasliaaart"011' ai Ml MWdMBt 'afaSW- ttt1'" f 'he -di:or: Poetry. [...] World is Bright Before Thee. [...] World is Bright Before Thee. BY TITS GREEN HALLECK. BIHSBP The woctf before thee, V IttsoaaesrsVrwsra are thine; Vjr; lis calm blue iky i oV - j I TbyhjMgMpshri:K; H ft Pure, warn sa!Kro heaven, J8 I' liburssahsSEsW'slJoaer. jj 1 There ia sfflHHB& ISji . The defjB B - p. 1 -Thai E"' H Tae sacJgBB Bf' Hb ',e f ammer "B KlK And youth's wa Wf 4 Believe il ne,4(H ll JV The evening home Wqm, fr Though beauty 'e bark can oalv D6 jff ' i"loal on a eumnier fee; P ' Tbcjgh time thy bloom is stealing, BuB There's mil beyond his art W- The wild flower wreatii of feeling j I f The sunbeam of the heart. i Rest. a 5 Rest is not quitting Bf ' j The buy career...

Publication Title: Belmont Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Belmont chronicle. — 4 December 1856

mm I e.Trnl i hostility t. OTMgn oftyr- t unr over the uaiua R rTcOWEN, - - - - Editck- Thursdav MorniDg, Dec. 4, 1856 Tai Gazelle is mistaken in styiog msi BccHiJiAi nouid have been elected even if FillmoM had not been a candidate. Th it clearly a mistake, and Cap-t. Haios will cod few his error on n:-re mature cunsidera tion As the ma Am t present stands Fbe most has one hundred and fourteen elec-u-ral votes; in Illinois the combined opposi tion to the Democracy elected tlu-.r Gcver uor; if ihey had acted thus on the President FauaosT would have received the electoral vote of Illinois, which would hate increased his vote to one h-ndred and twenty-five. These remarks are also true ol New Jersey, where an opposition Governor was elected; this would have given Fbev.okt New Jr ey, making one hundred and thirty-two electoral votes. In Indiana a combination of the opposition would have lost that State to Buchssas. increasing the vote ol Fre obt to one hundred and forty-five. This only l...

Publication Title: Belmont Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Belmont chronicle. — 4 December 1856

Local Intelligence. 4 Cobkell's Geogkafht. Prof. J.hs I. Thompso, of Barneeville, has laid on our A table copies of the "Primary Geography,' a and the "Intermediate Geography,' by Miss 71 S. S. ClEXELL. In the systems of Geography heretofore in use in schools, and in fact many of them cl are atiU in use, the pupil found himself be t yond bis depth at the first plunge, and each K auccessive step took him in deeper and m deeper, until t the end of a te the idea S he enteruined of what the earth contains, lather what the Geography taught, were W about as systematically arranged in his MA head, aa the forms in a rotating kaleidos E cope. In short, he had no practical know!- edge of Geography whatever. And this all wises from the fact that there is no suffici s ' ent foundation to the stucy, or rather it is B Bot systematically progressive, so to speak. BP t ' This constitutes one cause of the reat su ferierity of Miss Coriceil's Geography j I orer auy other with which we are acquaint F ...

Publication Title: Belmont Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Belmont chronicle. — 4 December 1856

Vivid and Thrilling Narrative OF THE Loss of the Ship Lyonnaise. Loss of the Ship Lyonnaise. STATEMENT OF MR. LAGUIERE, SECOND MATE OF LE LYONNAISE. We left New York Saturday. N-vemner 1 at M o'clock. All went on pleasantly uutil 11 o'clock M Tuedy aajM. or. 4, 68 miles to the aorlhw.nl of the l.pl.t on Nsn'ucket Shoal, when, juft immedi.ie.y .Iter the FIWW aBs ? c,re b.d retired, leat lag the watch on deck, a tbree-maeted vessel was observed bcann" down upon as. We did all in oiir power to avoid a col lision w.th her, by ringing Nf bell and blowing our ste.-w-whixtle to her of our vicinity; but before we could head b4T ahe struck us amidships, tearing out an en tire square of the ptaie-iron. Lie W rushed in with great force; and every effort was made to stop IB h.oe, by pluffcine t with tti ca.itt aa" &cVit was discovered it the water a ainin upon us v. ry rap dir. " Half an hour had hardly elapsed ere t .e fires in the lurnsces were quenched. Tfce .team pump. having prrvi .arl...

Publication Title: Belmont Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Belmont chronicle. — 11 December 1856

1'' 1 ST. CLAIRSVILLE, OHIO: Thursday Morning, Dec. 11, 1856; The Message. H We last week la d Wore oar reader? B President Piebce's Ian metaage. We ia- j sued the Message in edvancofc all other HH papers in tbe county, not thatjpt thought HB it document of very greet importance, but becauss we supposed our readers were anxi- B us to see what the Brigadier had to say BB WD? ttie eenlence of (political) death pro- B ' nounced against him by the Cincinnati Ccn- B ' (B mention should not be duly executed. V We think tbe present Message has one BB virtue at least, negative, it may be, but it is BB at least a virtue: It makes all preceding bsbbbbh j&. SaV President's Messages higl.lv respectable. B ' Even the one which immediately preceded' Hn ' it aboots up into the dignity of a reepect- R able document when viewed in comparison h idMpreent. Th? re- B laBkflavery," which so bbbbbbVj H ft part in the laft Message as ite Bf Prtrfctely e liptfd by the f.rst hn'f i B ovesOBt document, w...

Publication Title: Belmont Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Belmont chronicle. — 11 December 1856

fool iitflligfff. Table for the C. O. R. R. for the Time Table for the C. O. R. R. for the Stations in this County, Dec. 1st. M rar. ' R "- S - s : . JUewis Mi 0 - - g- : f I M elBMnrt 0-5$ lfc.rr-.Hi" - - Em' 1MB " U Barneevili ,5 . 00 so east. - - M j MMMf 2 - MM - T Bsrfe MiU - 2 - T"9 " Msmat E5 e. T4T - l CHURCH DIRECTORY. PtCSBTTntlAW CHC tcn-Patnr. s Mwrrf fihhc worebie rrj tMWfcsl h el 1 1 1 o'ctock ;T as 'clock, r Sabbath School at 31 ,.,lc. Paay !" in me base meat 01. ft SSaScSaTTKaOCB CHIRCH-No rea'ar , .toM reviiler petdir ee-vice at present wrrnotrtS- episcopal cm fern-. " J.-. Wooo Public worship 3, ft ' 2 "1 ecleck . a. ab'ath School at Si. r . 2 ' irrV OP FENDS-Two branches. Oriho U i Dick..tPnl.lic wor.l. p o. F.r.. Da, and . Fourth Da. at 11 o'clock. . I ! n Half Sheet. Owing la the fact that j mm treated our reader loan extra half hheet j Uat week, containing the President's Mes- Mg9l we concluded to issue but half a eheet N. thk week. It contains a much reading g...

Publication Title: Belmont Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Belmont chronicle. — 18 December 1856

Better tymtk PUBLISHED EVERY THUMBA M0RN TMortkViie of Mai. Street M Tfce Wew Masonic Hall, a few aoon. East of the Coart ioa. I .anas or scan-umoa. 0 aid vilkia tare ; oo w.nlABTEmTISIWO. ,. lJ li week, $1 -rrv addilioral insert-"". TH?, -."Ml I I otaB"' Self coition. 15.0U inrterelin. ET All Breeu,ueM JjjgVS-Pti on of the e.tor-g Poetry. The City Blacksmith. BY WILSON LAWES. l ilea watand at the blacksmith's door, K&- ' ia at the close of day, & jib bather we call the evening star Khft wine is floating away, KIories of the west Pc qunkinfc gray. Kafwf Mlttfe jtai iet joy iBiE" : Eefaar.r. y jars, Br fiia1ahti.es soft as snow, m "ts"' Bum jfc through the gloom HB 2 Ivrtg won bars. Bfcibolf doy without, BNthin L ' JajjjpMBPflp'liiy' fa-re. fft HE',. -; Mp dusty bin; RB: th haanmer -d sr . '.- d Pi tor to watch the bright red glow Ob the laborer's honest face, HP And the thick and well-marked reins, it at show B Firm aa an iron br&ce; HK And in steadier mood I seek my wor...

Publication Title: Belmont Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Belmont chronicle. — 18 December 1856

sir 1 Bp "Kleru,l hostility to every'torsa oflyr-J aoor over the mina oi B. R. COW EN, - - - - Ewtue Thursday Morning, Dec. IS, 1856 J Meeting of the Republican State Central Committee. REPUBLICAN STATE CENTRAL COMMITTEE ROOMS. COLUMBUS, December 23, 1856. A meeting of the member of ilaWeaub-1 lican State Central Committee w-U be b ! t Coltimbas.on Wrrdnosdsv, tlieeft dai of January, 1357. 11 ? oVU.ck.in the after-' noon of that day- A there msy w another meeting previous to the iWm'jiin; of the Conventioa for the ncminaeion of! Sta'e officers, a fu':! artendince of the Com ' ujittee is deirab!e and Important. By crder of the Chairman. W. T. BASCOM, Secretary. Future of Parties in this County. Now that the din of tattle haa censed ! and the bitter feelings engendered by the l.eat of the po itical contett through which wc have just panted have become in asn MM aliejed, it imbu proper to inquire ; whet the future will bring forth in politic. ; b the conlet jut gone through we have j o...

Publication Title: Belmont Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Belmont chronicle. — 18 December 1856

Time Table C. O. R. for the Stations in this County, Dec. 1st. I. tot. Bin i earaaee. Leaves Bellair ... 5i. . S-no r. a. Mt.ca i mi - Uwi' MillBs - :" - -' " Belmont Mk - C-M S:SO Burt'. BiUBaW 6:31 " S:5S Barnesvilie - " BarneevY'lV 5 3:15 r. af. Ban. Mill - M S3 Belmont 5:3S Lewi' Mill - 5:48 - 3 47 Cleucoe ..- 61 " 4:0 " Atiiir c 'o 4.3u CHURCH DIRECTORY. fc- MfgtVTEKI A N CSttBTH Pa-mr. Re. LlpT. frai.nbii aBert SBA oeiac, r 6' .lack r. PrayeiJI Bg- iu on BBBBBBBBBBBey eveniaBUH iWOC'A i K f CECII Vo ror regub HH rrRonf5 E chle Ka ju( Hearsl'ip Bth at is e'edeam. rUl rnon ' " HC1BTY F Ko branches. Onho site PeSl Bt Firat jBOAftD OF SCHOOL EXAM BBBBBBBBBBHfSBr Knet liw eclioil h-ittr- HB LEi in nmant'aw,t 10 o'clock A. HK-' KN. CV.-k PTURAL a1 n ' ' '' flR, afstat in elCtiB BbM8' Sitri 'vrill hck! K naise n H P'T January. Hf ' K.1 P"-5': ScasDtK. PflBKrtmination IB JM tABBCfltyola of the town of 3 lair-ville iH ky of Dewnbr, t856 T of the PriroRchoo nndpr the V tion ol Hini4H We...

Publication Title: Belmont Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Belmont chronicle. — 18 December 1856

Execution of Primmer. W It ia finihed: the great tragedy, which I for months hmd agitated not only our own, but all the adjoining counlieii.hiia come to a mt close. On yesterday, the 26lh of Novetn jj c.cr. Euas Primmer suffered the last dread penal y of the law. 91 For months his name has been a familiar m word to every ear in the county. The in- cidents of his crime, 1 is trial, and bis ap H proaching execution, ihe theme of cnaver B ration And the awful nature of the crime H for which he was to suffer, coupled with th? mt fact that there never before bad been an ex HJ ecuiion in the county, gave additional zest H to the horror iu' interest felt by all. At H an early hour yesterday the roads leading Hj to town were throngrd by rrowds (if men, H women anil children, some from adjoining HJ counties, though most of them were resi-1 !ents of this, all hurrying to be in the fi- cinity of the place of execution. Hj Tiie (fallow i was prepared within a board- j H ed enclosure, twenty fee...

Publication Title: Belmont Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Belmont chronicle. — 25 December 1856

Poetry. From the Dublis University Magazine. Old Church Bells. Ring oot merrily. Loudly cheerily. Blithe old bells from the Meeple tower, Hopefully, fearfully. Joyfully, tearfully. Moveth the bride from her maiden bower. Cloud there is none in thy fair summer sky; Sunshine flings heniaon down from on high; Children ring loud aa the train moves along. " Happy the bride that the sun shineth on." tosv ' ' "Knell out drearily. IT. -a Msamred and wearily, Wk -lin-Sfll old f ;l frogthe staple gray. KyH S PriMBhari'in lowly; MjljSolgMar -" Ma-t-Mrnm the K Vpn clouds heavilv fall B ' Ht p'ume the ninnm tn tr,n mlt"s SfcffUi.' the rain raineth on." HRn Toll at the hour of prime, HH Matin and vesper chime. ajkl bell from the high l-RBR, f Rolling like hn!y waves. Jp? FT wk- Over the lowlv graves. m&W 8nlnDB lb lesson vo- M?V flacnrilhenrearhing your iron tonpirs preach - Ringing the dead to their rest in '.lie tomb. M Pea! Mw more - I Eu Peal as jl led of yore, HL Brave old bells, oo sse ...

Publication Title: Belmont Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Belmont chronicle. — 25 December 1856

Is: I "Sternal nosttl it r to ererr'form of t j r- 1 E Hear ttfr tfee niad of I Tharadty Merging, Deo. 25, 1856 Valedictory After this week our connection lth the C BRrtmciEVk'.abiishn.t aa proprietor and Editor Cesses. In making this announce ment we cannot take our teave without al luding to the agreeable taak we have hati for th 1 it six years. When we firat en tered open the d-jtfes of an editor, we were in our trofcag?, and nothing but the forbear, enee ef a noble tet of patrona enabled us to succeed aa well as we have. To them MM and all, we ieel duly grateful, and we part with them with regret. Our connection with the Cbkohicle has not been without renumeraiion, not only pecuniarilj, but in acquiring an extensive acquaintance with a people whom we shall ever remember with gratitude. A desire to change our business is the only cause of the present c.ienge, and we hope that in the handa of our successor the Ciisokicle nay take a higher stand among the press of the country. We h...

Publication Title: Belmont Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Belmont chronicle. — 25 December 1856

Local Inteligence. flB " To Teachers. Ukhhd&ki of school fx am HBfrfll meet in the school nous Sn Marietta tn-et in St.. Ciinviu. 1 ,a Deceicb2Tft 10 o'clock A. M. H i I) D T. CO E.N. Clerk. BBaBaT I S-jflBjhTHE MEMBERS OF THE BEL- MONT COUNTY AGRIUUL- SEaL SOCIETY lire hereby notified BsSsaanT jflW " Action for officers of eaid Society fe he4Mr the f'ourt Houae in St Bttc'IRrtiK lit Monday Bt J. T ScHOLriKLD, Prest. tlver'.Lirig. Ba . Ne By- tiLO Ephiaiire our o AftV 'i ni-ma lurwsxded by Korompi Mtention. Readers. i the p'npcr publish"! in Ln'iin one-third more Etber paper in the county. JP! IMV IIP! S DISPOSED of my entire B the Vuonuu '" BsBaBnBnBMBsSanar Kiihexuuiio and debit the IHbaMM'thl moment. mKS" sr. ' v' irabi l co:" Bpft? jararncd aSP immediately & BP" rf r r ! ' 1 3ujHU'jafc"'' nn nbic iption rortheChrnn rE13iEri saf . fcsretne at the rate "I t 1 .V pr ear EMM tlgirtHTirt or Petiruarv. hut if Kt.oneil s4A-.aS. .far will be-herred in ttn HP B. R. COW EN. BanBsB...

Publication Title: Belmont Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Belmont chronicle. — 25 December 1856

Pa TrvCfratat bf3flBRe of kflSMp arataoa, Br. Baris aJ. d ' .F object, Byrtiaa; " re ereoer to bit & -jprwiBiiM iB d Coimlili- K tioii fliK Uiiri S? atrs, si.d Btwa of I'HVI, fF kaHft'? on t!ie cae. I v TT jrse Mr. E'heridye tawmiif.-d the f:-l- jt hming resolution, which wai rid lor the T- infurmttion ot the mffjibei: - Rt solved, That ihk He; . r ;rd allsug- ' pration?-"or propositi' x of tvery kind, ty uhoinver maiic. r. 1 : e reriral of theAf rican ?lave tp de.oppose d 'o (he moral epnti a.ent ol the c! v. blears1 portion 01 mankind, or any act of Congress tefblating ir conniv ing at, or leyjiliziojf that horrid nd inliu nian traffic, BBjBstl uj cling the United States to the reproach of al civilze-J and christian people through the world. An objection vit made to the iatro-Juc-ti n of tlie resolution. Mr. EtLtridge un.vt d a upeLsion 1 f the rule. Mr. Walker ecked mttttku, if the Huuae shall suspend the rule, it was the ptirj usc of & r. Btfccrtge to Beavtbe previous qu...

Publication Title: Belmont Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Belmont chronicle. — 1 January 1857

CARRIER'S ADDRESS, CARRIER'S ADDRESS, TO THE PATRONS OF THE BELMONT JANUARY 1, 1867. - .--tr.i i.-al .' 'i ,, r ' r 'it i i 4 1 ! V. b - r-i i t IT i 6T 4 5 i. i,'.. .v. It r ( J ' c lit rVWf . 5 J .' , I- - 'i yon ask me whence the custom e th stnac yt pleasant nssfc.risdTrilBm i i Ibaac kindly I008.;, ,, "iron, clever hearted, i MTibl of toe Nnyri ?' . -rttai itsspmeii ,,, , '.' -,:i r! .tjpaold-msrwujinai.,. - it came from Dr. Faimos,' , r.attbf Devil", .'" '.' .'. 'l.was is quits aneeroiux." ' 'tureot wjv1 the inventor -op. yet pleasant custom t?-J now fa, li cxiswUV ' - -- ; refer come belbseyoovs' " ,-l W rhe pnirWCr; fV. v : ,n parisnee'tetterWetinding, b 1 "Vnarve t polite ' : - of eld Fseettit -. : vi.-; . VtheokMag:Niewydv . j oJ sadly, sadly, subbing, - , . ' .. wsrttaabtdcfOldyere, , -, . Axed.sBd. worn, and wrinkled; -higg oT paw ISiiewynd . , Dwsiuiieathe'ic., .' fls'somerut I'oUowt: .. , ' ' . i " -ii t-j;.- i Fnfl aI- W-unrifTI. ...VH.kinafrr . oi jeo'rous heart ws H...

Publication Title: Belmont Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Belmont chronicle. — 1 January 1857

wx. "BUral hostility to every'feraa oftjrr-. uar over the mini tflu." . THOBURN. .... Earn. Thursday Mornicg, Jan. 1, 185G Salutatory. VI A will b eeen by the last issue, the L'hbobicle baa been transferred by the for mer Editor to onrself. Hie labor here bare merited and received the unction of frieada and the respect of hia opponents; and bare resulted in reusing tbe ppr to a high atand among the periodicals of tbe country. He leave it with tbe well wishes of tbe man readers of the Cbeoiicle. EsUbliahed rustom requires that we, in 'fcrsuming hia chtir, ahon'd make known oar principles, and the rule of action by wbicb we shall be guided in the discharge of the duties devolving opon us. It will be our aim to suit the want and taste of ocr reader. This, we are aware, will be a dif ficult task, is tbe requirement are almost as varied as the reader are numerous: and while one department ia devoted to one portion of community, it may not be adapted to tbe want of another. This will rend...

Publication Title: Belmont Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Belmont chronicle. — 1 January 1857

[...] YORK MARKET. Time Table for the C. O. R. for the Time Table for the C. O. R. for the [...] this County, Dec. 1st. -.1 i M r. a ' :4I ' -. id I ts r. JH 47 - Lb Aadi I - i -1 CHURCH DIRECTORY. ' J vf ,waie) Try tat b at 11 a'ciocit. At "- Saakatfc fcsl at Si illfl',,r wsastiaa; to kueml an F.rOM CHUmCH rcaar S""T wmrwKO V BISSU EPISCOPAL. CHUaVB Pastor. PaWlC" inntip every fcah ft abbot (teewal at St. r. gD8-Tw branches. Onht PabJi worship oa Fust Day aad 4U rr. r THE MEMBERS OF THE BEL- rONT COUNTY AGRICUL "?TY are hereby notified r officers of aaid Society .1 Court House in St .it Monday in January, ""atliii.D, Prta't. w York and Boat on: A. Caorcr. and V rVw ear aulbonzod adver- nenia aferwarded by a&aUrr. or published ia .aa'aic awse-tv soots reading otaer paper ui.ae eoaniy, I - 'atoDt Medical. Society , will ,2g at Morriatown, at the KM,"- Tbaraday ," January H. WEST, Sec'y. ST. CLAIRSVILLE, Dec. 29, '56. ."T- 'jr"aV at the Methodist Episcopal -r?- L on Sunday, ie-4th...

Publication Title: Belmont Chronicle
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Belmont chronicle. — 1 January 1857

Horrible Murder at the State Prison. C5 ad the. Yesterday tneTniog, Depot ;. Warden .- Galen C. Walker, ol the Charletnowi Stale Pricon.na murdered by a convict Ja. McGee. The affair occurred under the fol lowing circumstance: The devotions) ex ercises bad just been concluded, and the prisoners were passing out of tha cliapel, hen McGee, who was o:e of the lest to piss out, turned round and handed tj Mr. Walker a paper contaiuing the words, "you have not treated rce iik roan." or words of similar import. While Mr. Walker was in the act of reading the paper. McGee crew knife which bad tctn roisceaicd in his clothes, and plunged it into Walker, the blai'e ieiieirtt to the region of the heart - Several pr'aoners imn ediately prag fur- ward to aeire the uiurdrrer, hut be! re they ciuld master him, he had ajain stabbed the officer, the knife entering behind oue of hi ran. and severing the iu -ul.r vein. Sir- Walker expired almost instantly, murderer va itimiediate'y s. cured. The Sir. Wa...

Publication Title: Belmont Chronicle
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