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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Jeffersonian Republican. — 20 April 1842

JEFFERSONIAN REPUBLICAN il i , 1 1 I 11 U I, I - J.UIiaiU-""HllM , II I'lllllll SHERIFF'S SALE.jjT . Bv viriuc of a Writ of Venditioni- 'Exponas do Terris to me directed, will be exposed to public sale on Saturday Uio ?th dafrof May next, at 10 o'clock a, m., at the hous" of Peter Imerer, in Hamilton township, Monroe coun iv, the following property viz: ' A certain piece of Land.iitiate in Hamilton township, and Counjy aforesaid, containing more -or lesswhh the appurtenances. The improvements thereon, are one and a frame siiom SHOP. ALSO: Several FRUIT TREES. The whole of said piece of land is improved and now in a high state of Cultivation. Seized ard taken in Execution at the suit of S'okcs & Williams, (against Simon Wilhelm, :,nd will be sold by me for Cash only. SAMUEL GUNSAU1.ES, Sheriff. Sheriffs Office, Stroudsburg, April IS, 1S42. BRIGADE INSPECTOR. To ihe Militia and Volunteers of the first Brigade, 7th Division, P. M. TYllow Soldiers: Induced bv a favora ble expression...

Publication Title: Jeffersonian Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Jeffersonian Republican. — 20 April 1842

- . ' lis. wiB.c.-ut. i p i ill ill' iiiniii'iiiiiaegWBa bwbbw Ww ! - Ouden Sarah Phillips William Place James1-" Phillips John Reede'r Absalom Tiller Thomas TREASURER'S S Pike county Taxes. Notice is hereby given, lhat agreeably to an net of General Assembly 'of the Commonwealth uf Pennsylvania, passed the 13th day of March,J Smith Elizabeth 1615 'entitled "an act to amend the act entitled i Singer Abraham on act directing the mode of selling unseated lands for taxes and for -other purposes," and of an act passed the 13th day ol March, 1817, a "further supplement to an act to amend the act entiled an act directing the mode of selling unseated lands for taxes and for other purpo ses:" the following tracts of land will, be sold at public vendue, on the second .Monday of June next, at the Court house in Milford, in the county of Pike, for arrearages of taxes due, nnd the costs accrued on each lot respectively. Lchnan Township w mmm half "Warrantees. Albert Lewis Abercrombie James App ...

Publication Title: Jeffersonian Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Jeffersonian Republican. — 27 April 1842

The whole art ok Government consists in the art of being honest Jefferson. STROUDSBURG. MONROE COUNTY, PA., WEDNESDAY, APRIL 27, 1842 VOL. 3. No. 8. PRINTED AND PUBLISHED BY THEODORE SCHOCII. rr, J 1 1 . V,Vnp two dollars and a hall, i ncise wnu receive mu. .- h-llt VPriV. illlU 11 HUl uum v.iu. ..." ...prsbvacarneror&uige uincisu.ni.ujw j --i- .-3ii k .himnrt 7 I." r.is. rcr vuai, uaiiu. o ntiyers uitcuiitiiiu o-- 5 trip ODUOn CI uie liuiiui. .. ,. , LJ-AUeiV'""" 1-11.:. . nontc . k mcnrtm Hirff WCCKS IOr OnC UUll.ll : l Kill. J - v." hircer ones m proportion. A : .i icmmt will be made" to yearly advertisers. 1L7AU letters addresseu to me t,uuur must y"- NOTICE. o the rionoraoie uie juo w ,u.- Common Picas, in and jor the county oj rme. The Petition of the subscriber, respectfully heweth: Thai he is desirous of obtaining a li- pnsp. for continuing a house of public entertain- . .. m ti niin i ri :i i in i :i iiiiv i i. 1111 i nt c. he ensuing year, ana respeemmy suucua im? If 1...

Publication Title: Jeffersonian Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Jeffersonian Republican. — 27 April 1842

JEFFE RSONIAN REPUBLICAN. St. TTCFFTCftSONTAN "RTCPTTOT JO AN troudsIur&, April 27, 1812. Terms, $2,00 :n advance; $2,25, Half yearly; and $2,50 if not j paid bctoic the end of the vcar. t n . r n'j- r .u r.. James Raflerty, Esq., Editor of the Monroe r . 1 1 u j ? ji T uu JJnmnor.it. niihli!hnH M Strmiri.hiir(r has been , , -, i u . troudsburg and the Wind Gap, in the place of Charles Mush, resigned. We wish our brother typo success ja his now undertaking. IScary Clay. This great Statesman left Washington, on Thurs- lay, for his home at Ashland, Kentucky. He had been in the service of the public during a period of more than ihirty-six years; and in every situ- tition proved himself to be the firm, steadfast and unwavering advocate of what he believed to be .he best interests of his country. In his retire- mer.t the nation has lost a faithful servant, and the cause of humanity and equal rights an able cham- pion and defender. .Terrible Massacre. By the arrival of the Steam Ship ...

Publication Title: Jeffersonian Republican
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Jeffersonian Republican. — 27 April 1842

JEEFERS ON IAN .REPUBLICAN Terrible Ifiislakc r hnrtiume An individual in Louisville, a 'since, made, was thought, an imprudent display, in one of the coffee houses, of his money, ivhuh was observed by two sharpers, who, when the stranger left in :i hackjffollowed, i i ,1 .1.-1 mntior T-Tr ! overtook in in auu ueiimnueu ma '": I nauscd for a time, and finally exhlbted his stock i1 i i ...i t. 1 ... Ua rMiintnrfit Tlfi ion UaUU, which piuveu iu uf ial also a large quantity of false keys and othei implements belonging i ''1C l,aiIU- as" UaiLinis were not a little surprised wucn uiey l-ound him to Be a "brother chip." ArnniTTFn At 'he late term of ihe Oyer land Terminer, in Bloomfield, Pa., Anson Bar- i , . 1 fnr mnill:i1lirfllnr VJ1 j-.on, wno siouu u"uiv,.i-u ... a , tried and acquitted. Good Work. One hundred and twenty- l0 lliirreiS M UH Willi uinun wi owoi.u were made in eight successive hours, by a mill ,t Rochester, N. Y., with three run of stones, few days since. 'I his is equa...

Publication Title: Jeffersonian Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Jeffersonian Republican. — 27 April 1842

JEFFERSONIAN REPUBLICAN. PROCLAMATION. Whereas, the Honorable Willam Jessup, President Judge of the 11th Judicial district of Pennsylvania, composed of the counties of Sus quehanna, Wayne, Monroe and Pike, and Jo seph Keller and John T. Bell, Esqs. Associate Judges of the courts of Common Pleas of the county of Monroe, and by virtue of their offices, Justices of the Courts of Oyer and Terminer and General Jail Delivery, and Court of Gener al Quarter Scssious in and for the said county of Monroe, have issued their precept to me, ommanding that a Court of Quarter Sessions :md Common Pleas, and General Jail Delivery md court of Quarter Sessions of the Peace, for the said county of Afonroe, to be holden at .Stroudsburg, on Tuesday the 10th day of May next, to continue one week. NOTICE Is therefore hereby giren to the Coroner, the Justices of the Peace, and Constables of the nid county of Monroe, that they be then and 'here with their rolls, records, inquisitions, ex aminations and other...

Publication Title: Jeffersonian Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Jeffersonian Republican. — 4 May 1842

iK v , - , , "-i "t." ' - Vf miuul1iIijjj1ui1jUU1j 1 1 II I H M m T II' T TH " -LaLJ.-jLi-lJJIIl jK . , , - v, , The whole art ok Government consists in the art of being honest. Jefferson. " - I yoL. 3. " STROUDSBURG, MONROE COUNTY, PA.; "WEDNESDAY, MAY, 4, 1842. No." 9. jjjjUjjjBIUMUgUULUj II 111 II , BB 11 11 will . . ...nUTT TTMOTTIMI II I JMJUUUMUI i..... 1 " 'g.-mpg I llll Mil. taBK . I PRINTED AND PUBLISHED BY THEODORE SCHOOL TERMS. Two dollars per annum in advance Two dollars a la quarter, hall yeany, anu u noiiaiu uciuic mcmu. vcar Two dollars and a half. Those who reccivd their oers bv a carrier or stage drivers employed by the propne- n "i u , .1 ri.fl pit rvnr vonr: prim . 1. Ill " w. 0 - 1 -, . N'o papers discontinued untu an arrearages are p;uu, except. tlie option oi uie t,uuur. , 'ir-?4Hrrlicemenrs not cxceeainK one square t&un-cu iuiubi i.l be inserted three weeks for one dollar: twenty-five cents ororv subseoueiU msciuoii - larger ones in prouuriioji. a taral di...

Publication Title: Jeffersonian Republican
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Jeffersonian Republican. — 4 May 1842

J F AN R fcJ P i !B f , rCAiV JEFFERS ONI AN REPUBLICAN Stroudsburg, IHay 4, 1842. Terms, $2,00 :n advance; $2,25, naif yearly; and $2,50 if not nam dcioic mc cnu ui me tisu. Ourselves. The May Term of the Monroe County Courts will commence on Tuesday next, and give such K)f our country friends, as may be in arrears to us for subscription or advertising, an opportunity of cither calling personally and settling or sending tus the amounts which they severally owe. It is iiow more than a year since the Jolfersonian Re publican passed entirely inio our hands, during .the whole of which time we have most assiduous ly laboured to make it a valuable and interesting journal. -By strict attention to business; by print ing a good ami handsome paper; and by evincing a determination to bring1 the price of printing to a proper standard, our success has been fully equal .to our highest expectations. Without overstepping the bounds of modesty, we think we may itrulj jay ihat tins paper has al ways...

Publication Title: Jeffersonian Republican
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Jeffersonian Republican. — 4 May 1842

JEFF MrSO N 1 AN RE P X'hv Great Suit against Philadelphi- uus. U' liavA Viofnro iufnrmPfl nnr renders llial preparations were making lo further a great mt against many properly holders in Philadel phia, grounded on a claim set up by the heirs of the late Mr. Nethermark. The Baton Rogue (La.) Gazelle thus explains the position taken by the heirs. Mr. Nethermark was a wealthy Swede, who settled in Philadelphia before the Revolution, while that city was a comparatively small town. Ho became proprietor of the lands along the nver below the city, and some missionaries of ihe Swedish church, to which he belonged, coming over, he gave them a life lease of this land, on condition that after their death, or in case they apostatized from their church, it should icverl to his heirs. Although four of ihc said missionaries did afterward abandon Uieir faith, and join the Episcopal church, in ronsideration of fifth who remained true to the ause, the lease was not disturbed. In the mean time the c...

Publication Title: Jeffersonian Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Jeffersonian Republican. — 4 May 1842

lEFFJ2RS0NIAi REPUBLICAN. proclamation; Whereas, the Honorable Willam Jessup President Judge of the 11th Judicial district o Pennsylvania, composed of the counties of Sus ouehanna, Wayne, Monroe and Pike, and Jo seph Keller and John T. Bell, fisqs. Associate Judges of the courts of Common Pleas of the county of Monroe, and by virtue of their offices, Justices ol the Courts of Oyer and 'Pennine and General Jail Delivery, and Court of Gener v Quarter Scssious in and for the said county tu iuonroe, nave issued their precept to me commanding that a Court of Quarter Sessions and Common Pleas, and General Jail Delivery and court of Quarter Sessions of the Peace, for i he said county of jlonroe, to be holden at Stroudsburg, on Tuesday the 10th day of May next, to continue one week. NOTICE Is therefore hereby giren to the Coroner, the Justices of the Peace, and Constables of the said county of Monroe, that they be then and i here with their rolls, records, inquisitions, ex aminations and oi...

Publication Title: Jeffersonian Republican
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Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Jeffersonian Republican. — 11 May 1842

-i- 'j . '-j ,-',;,;,..,, T - -.' ,r.iii ' ' ,iMMMii'miii'iifMiC..vJ!f The whole art or Govericment consists ik .tiie,art of being honest. Jefferson. STROUDSB URG. MONROE COUNTY, PA., ."WEDNESDAY, MAY 11 1842. No.- ror VOL. 3. PRINTED AND PUBLISHED BY THEODORE SCHOCH. I TF IMS. Two dollars per annum in advance-Two dollars ( t mnrtcr half vcarlr,-iindif not paid before the end of Maounner, "- J ., Tiisf .., receive their ' ov i earner or drivers employed by the propne- ,:n"rs hscontinuc J until all arrearages are paid, except i ( ii vmn of the E-lilor. . . i lrprtKP nent not exceedim one square (sixteen lines) x ' ' i i .,,., .Vc for nne dollar ; twenty-five cents t v rrv iVeq'ient insertion - larger ones in proportion. A 7Ad letters a ldresse d to the Editor must be post paid. POETRY. It is not always May. BY PROFESSOR LONGFELLOW. The sun is bright the air is clear, The darting swallows soar and sing, And from the stately elm 1 hear The blue bird prophesying spring. So blue yon wind...

Publication Title: Jeffersonian Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Jeffersonian Republican. — 11 May 1842

J E FFE llSO 7AN RE P L BUCA N: JEFFERSONIAN REPUBLICAN Strotulslmrgr, May 11, 84. Tsrms, $'2,00 :n advance; $2,25, naif yearly : and $2,50 if not paia oeioic me cna 01 tne vear. Xortli Eastern Boundary uesioii We are glad to inform our readers that the set tlement of this prolific source of discord between the United States and Great Britain, is one of the matters entrusted to Lord Ashburton, the Special Minister of Queen Victoria, to this country. Sev- ral interviews upon the subject have already la : en placo between his lordship and Daniel Web t.?er, the result of which has been communicated to Governor Fairfield, of Maine, in which State the disputed territory lies. Gov. Fairfield has al so issued a Proclamation for the Legislature of Maine, to convene cn the 18th of May, inst., to consider and determine upon the propositions vhich will be made to them, and to take such other steps as the interests of the country may require. We entertain a strong hope that this vexed ques tion...

Publication Title: Jeffersonian Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Jeffersonian Republican. — 11 May 1842

JEFFERSONIAN REPUBLICAN From the Dallimore American. Tlie Iron Manufacture. Appended to the Report of the Committee uti Manufactures, are some interesting state ments relative to the various important domestic satercsis. A communication from Mr. "Voung, .Superintendent of the Mount Savage Iron A'orks, near Cumberland in tlnVStato, gives ome valuable information concerning the man ufacture of American Iron. Mr. Young states that in answer to an inter rogatory from the Committee, that a duty of 50 er cent, ad valorem would be altogether inade ',.iatc to sustain the iron masters of the country. Villi a reasonable belief that our legislators would modify the Compromise Act and give a Miitable protection, those engaged in the iron .Manufacture, whose means-enable them to do have prepared to continue their works in t jeration this year and work up their stock of i .Atenals. iut it is auueci, u ine oompromtse ...ct goes into effect, there will be not a blast i .rnace, using Charcoal, in op...

Publication Title: Jeffersonian Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Jeffersonian Republican. — 11 May 1842

JEFFERSON IAN HEP UBLICAN . BRIGADE INSPECTOR. To the Militia and Volunteers of the first Brigade, 7th Division, P. M. Fellow Soldiers: Induced by a favora ble expreroiou of a large number of friends in d IT rent pontons of the Biigade, I oll'cr myself ftr your Mipport for the ufTite of Brigade In spector, at the eu.Miing June election. I do not wish to "puff" myself inlo noiice, believing that my real mililary quulif cations will be a .sufficient recommendation to insure wo a glorious support aiming my fellow .sol diers. 1 shall therefore content myself with assuring you, that if I should be so fortunate as to he elected, my best abilities shall be exerted to perform the duties of the office with honor to myself and to your satisfaction. JOHN EYLENBERGEK Stroudsburg, Monroe county, April 20, 1812. LOST, On Wednesday morning the 13th inst., be tween Eaion and Ceinre.ville, from iho Eas ton and Miiford line of Stages, a HAIR TRWIVK, i.m'iijr to Limes Miller) containing 2 pair w u and...

Publication Title: Jeffersonian Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Jeffersonian Republican. — 18 May 1842

a- The whole aut ok ' Government consists in the aut of beino honest. Jefferson. STROUDSBURG. MONROE COUNTY, PA., "WEDNESDAY, MAY 18, 1842. No. 11. VOL. 3. PRINTED AND PUBLISHED BY THE I ORE sceiocis:. -"TIM -Two dollars per annum in advance Two dollars i ouaricr, half yenrly,-nnd if not paid before the end of par Two dollars and a half. Those who receive their u- a earner or stage drivers employed by the propne vMil he chanted 7 1-2 cts. per year, extra. , n . .ers dif-coatinucd until all arrearages arc paid, except - on! ion of the Editor. V l vert moments not exceeding one square (sixteen lines) ' incrtol three weeks for one dollar : twenty-five cents ,T'.- suXetiiicnt inseition larger ones in proportion. A u hp m:idp to vcarlv advertisers. -All letters addressed to the" Editor must be post paid. POETRY. The old familiar Strain. ItY n. SIIELTON MACKENZIE, T,. L. D. Sins me that old familiar strain Which touched nvy heart in boyhood's years, Before its chords were jarred by pain, ...

Publication Title: Jeffersonian Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Jeffersonian Republican. — 18 May 1842

JEFFERSONIAN REPUBLICAN JEFFERSONIAN REPUBLICAN Strondsbnrff, May-18, IS 43. Terms, SC,00 :n advance; $2.25, naif yearly; and 2,50 ir not paid bcfoic the end of the year. Temperance. On the first page of to-day's impression, will be found a Report of the Speech of the Hon. T.F. Marshall, before the American Temperance Un ion Celebration, at New-York, prefaced by some appropriate remarks by a friend of the "cause" in tiiis place. We commend the -whole to the carcfuliattention of our readers. Mr. Marshall, is . nephew of the late excellent Chief Justice of the United -States; a man of superior mind and education, aTid ihe Representative to Congress irom the District in Kentucky, which includes the home of Henry Clav. He was elected by Lis constituents under a promise of reformation; but during the Extra Session, and up to the 7th f January, frequently appeared in the House in a state of intoxication. On The evening of that Iay, to show his power of self control, and to re deem his pro...

Publication Title: Jeffersonian Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Jeffersonian Republican. — 18 May 1842

JEFFERSONIAN REPUBLICAN I Mil ! 1 Will m I II I ' - " -- ' ' '"- rju iffrliaiis--Paiiiful Reniinisccn- CCS tJVW A AHH-L Tlie scenes, which have been perpetrated in -sdia, since the British atrocities have so long vld sway, it is well known to every intelligent ader, have been often cruel in the extreme -wards the natives. A few weeks ago we r.va some account of these barbarities, and. frinn uiiiiiiipin ramra iirnnriipn. tsng tnetn showed that thetnatives were not jnfrc-quently so reduced that they were com piled to sell themselves and their children in- slavery, to obtain the means-to keep them -.T I ,... ,,:! Tho Afuhiln "Rflaister. rjltl uwiuai oval auuiii o leaking of the terrible slaughter which had fallen the British troops at Cabool, where tc thousand men are said to have been slaugh tered by the "barbarians," recalls to mind a i itsae in one of the despatches of Col. "Wei- u'sley, (ov the JJtike ot Wellington,; giving n account of one of his own expeditions in In ,a, in 1S00....

Publication Title: Jeffersonian Republican
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Jeffersonian Republican. — 18 May 1842

Proved in more than 400,000 cases to be infal lible; the only certain worm-destroying medi cine ever discovered. Many diseases arise from worms and occasioning and intense suff ering and even death, without their over being suspected; grown persons are very often afflict ed with them and are doctored for various com plaints, without any benefit; when one dose of these Lozenges would speedily cure them. Mr. J. Murphy, 90 North si. Philadelphia, wasjapphed to. by a poor woman whose daugh terly years "old, had been sick for nearly 3 years; her Momach was as large as a grown person's, her"arms and legs so swollen that she could not walk or help herself, although she could eat as much as two laboring men. Two celebrated doctors had exhausted their skill without any benefit; the father had spent all he could raise and was discouraged, he abandon ed all idea of doing anything more for her, and looked to death alone, to take her out of her misery. Mr. Murnhy believing it a case of worms, ga...

Publication Title: Jeffersonian Republican
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Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Jeffersonian Republican. — 25 May 1842

... 'J The whole art ok Government consists in the art of being honest. Jefferson. STROUDSBURG, MONROE COUNTY, PA., WEDNESDAY, MAY 25, 1842. No: 12. VOL. $&?NTED AND PUBLISHED BY ' THEODORE SCHOCH. TERMS.-Two dollars per annum in advance Two dollars mid a Quarter, half yearly, and if not paid before the end of T vcar,Two dollars and a half. Those vrho recede their incrs bv a carrier or stage drivers employed by the propne i r wilfbe charged 7 1-2 cts. per year, extra. So papers discontinued until all arrearages arc paid, except - the option of the Editor. ir7AiiVcrtisements not exceeding one square (sixteen lines) 'I be inserted three weeks for one dollar: twenty-five cents i r' everv subsequent inseition larger ones in proportion. A l cral discount will be made to yearly advertisers. ,&Xll letters addressed to the Editor must be post paid. POETRY. From the Christian World. Tbc Summer Birds. BY MRS. A. B. WKLBT. Sweet warblers of the sunny hours, For ever on the wing I love ...

Publication Title: Jeffersonian Republican
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Jeffersonian Republican. — 25 May 1842

2J T?i7 IsQ r) TV77 ,i iiY7 3 53 livi iUU ciA cWii Proved in more than 400,000 cases to be infal ihle; 'the only certain worm-destroying medi cine ever discovered. Many diseases arise from worms and occasion Jong and intense suff cring and even death, without their ever being suspected; grown ,poraons are very often afflict ed with them and are doctored for various com plaints, without any benefit; when one dose of ihese Lozenges would speedily cure them. Mr. J. Murphy, 90 North st. Philadelphia, was applied to by a poor woman whose daugh "er, 7 years old, had been sick for nearly 3 years; her stomach was as large as a grown person's, her arms and legs so swollen that she x-ould not walk or help herself, although she mld eat as much as two laboring men. Two t elebrated doctors had exhausted their skill vithout any benefit; the father had spent all he ould raise and was discouraged, he abandon J all idea of doing anything more for her, and I oked to death alone, to take her out of he...

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