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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian. — 3 May 1855

EIjc Jctfcvsonian. THURSDAY, MAY 3, 1855. May Party, To be given at the house of James N Purling on Tuesday evening, May the 8th, 1S55. The publio arc respectfully invited to attend. Tickets for sale at the Bar. ITew Goods. , John N. Stokes, ono of our most enter prising merchants, has just returned from the City, and is now opening one of the most extensive assortments of Dry Goods, Groceries, Hard and Queens Ware, ever brought to this market. Also a very superior lot of Hams and Shoulders, Mess Pork, Mackerel, White Fish. These articles, in connection with many others, h avc been selected with care, and those in nood cannot do better than give mm a call. lie makes no charge for showing his goods. Gov. Beeder, of Kansas, is now with his family at Easton, his late resi dence, nis visit is for the purpose of re moving with his family to Kansas terri tory. He roached Easton on Tuesday last, in ti.o noou tram irom jNcw lorir. lie war welcomed at the Court House, by a very -ppropriate a...

Publication Title: Jeffersonian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian. — 3 May 1855

i 5 4 JURY LIST. Grand Jurors. Chesnufhill. Michael Getz, and Peter Gilbert. 'Hamilton, Jacob Ilauk, James Ilarman. Stroud. Charles Drake, John Huston, and Adam Shafer. Tobyhanna. Timothy Miller. M. Smithfield. George Tompkins, An drew Frutchey, and Abraham V. Coolbaugh, and John Clark. Pocono. Peter Edingcr, &, Jacob Anglc moycr. Eldrcd. Charles Corrcll. Price. Samuel Postcns. Smithfield. Peter Yeisley, and Horace Urodhead Jackson. John Ousterhont. Borough Mclchoir Spragle, Win. Drcher, Charles Smiley, end Alexander Fowler. Polk. Aaron Ileincy. Petit Jurors. Hamilton. Jesse Van Buskirk, Charles J. Walton, Amos Rouse, Adam Kcster, and jcorgc Felkcr. Price. Jacob Price, Simon N. Stright. Polk. George Dotter, James Wcstbrook, Cornelius Smith, Paul Blose. Jackson. John Winter, Jacob Bender. Chesnulhill. Christopher 1). Keller, Pa trick Dailj", John Brong,Jacob Grcenamoycr. ismithjicld. John Uascbeer, Peter Wolfe, Henry Trible, John Smith, James Kintncr, Henry Brotzman. Tobyhanna. H...

Publication Title: Jeffersonian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian. — 3 May 1855

Lis of articles to be found at S. Mclick's Jewelry Store. Watches, Clocks, anil Jewelry, Silver iVJint lama ware; Spectacles; Books and Stationer v, zX V . LffijESa fine perfumery, guns v -i4S pistols; gun tubes, locks und wipers, powder horn, game bags, l.air, tooth, nail auu uiacuing orusncs ; i oralis, mantel ornaments j lamps; toys line baskets; watch chains aud Keys; pen knives; scissors, -music boxes, acordionsj port monaies, tooth powder, thimbles; gold pens, thermometers, thread and buttons, j ins & needles, counterfeit detectors, and other articles too numerous to mention, and invites the public to give him a call and see for themselves. School books, novels; new books of the dry received as soon as published? Clocks, watches, and jcwelr' repaired in the best manner and warranted to give satisfac tion. Produccc takcu in exchange. New floods for the Holidays just received. te SAMUEL ME LICK. Stroudsburg, Dec. 2, JS54. mi. J. lawtz, betis'it, lias permanently located him-...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian. — 10 May 1855

JDeuotcfc to politics, Citcvaturc, Agriculture, Science, itloraliti), anh cncral Intelligence. VOL 15. STROUDSBURG, MONROE COUNTY, PA. MAY 10, 1855. NO. 2& Published by Theodore Schoch. TERMS Two dollars pcrjttmim in advance Two dollars and n quarter, half yearly and if not paid be fore the end of the ycar.Two dollars and a half. No papers discontinued until all arrearages are paid, except at the option of the Editor. .ID Advertisements not exceedniR one square (ten lines) will be inserted three weeks lor one dollar, and twenty-five cents for every subsequent insertion. The oharce for one and three insertions the samp. A lihor - a! discount made to yeariv advertisers. l7" All letters addressed to the Editor must be post paid. JOB PRINTING. ing a general assortment of large, elegant, plain and ornamental Type, we arc prepared to execute every desciiption of Canls, Circulars, Bill Heads, Notes. Blank Receipts Justions, Legal and other Blanks. Pamphlets, &c. printed with neatne...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian. — 10 May 1855

i)c JclTcvsoniQti. THURSDAY, MAY 10, 1855. Easton and Stroudsburg- Telegraph. "Vc learn that the bill charleriug this Gompany ha3 passed both branches of the Legislature, and received the signature of the Governor. The route between this place and the Delaware "Water Gap, has been staked out, and the contractors, will, in the course of a few days, com mence setting -the Poles. It is expected the line will be in operation by the first of June. Frost. This place was visited by a severe frost lat evening. In many places, ice, the thickness of a knife blade was formed. Late Arrival. I5ew Goods. The public's friend, C. R. Andre, has on hand at his Store, in this Borough, a .arge and ?plendid lot of Goods, which he is dealing out to customers, who daily throng his Store, at very low rates. 5Thc public schools of this Borough nro now in successful operation. In be half of the board of School Directors, we lender an invitation to parents and otb t rs to visit the same and become acquaint 1 ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian. — 10 May 1855

T ? 'F J I" --(-- Graxd Jnnons. fGilfeSnU'7""'Michael GetZ' nnd Peter Hamilton. Jacob Hank. Jn men "Ilnrmnn. Stroud. -Charles Drake, John Huston, and -iiaam onater. Tobyhanna. Timothy Wilier. iTf. Smithfield. George Tomnkins. An drew Frutchey, and Abraham V. Coolbaugh nnd John Clark. Pocono. Peter Edingcr, & Jacob Angle moyer. Eldred. Charles Correll. Price. Samuel Postens. Smithfield. Peter Yeisley, and Horacr Brodhead Jackson. John Ous'erhont. Borough Melchoir Spragle, Win. Drchcr i :i ii i . ' -iunes- omuey, nna mexanuer rowlcr. Polk. Aaron Heiney. it Petit Junons. Hamilton. Jee?c Van Buskirk, Charles -j. xvaiton, Amos House, Adam Kester, and George Felker. Price Jacob Price, Simon N. Stright. Polk. George Dotter, James. Weslbrook, Cornelius Smith, Paul 13!ose. Jackson. John Winter, Jacob Bender. Chcsnulhill Christopher D. Keller, Pa trick Daily. John Brong,Jacob Greenamoyer. Smithfield. John Cascbecr, Peter Wolfe, Henry Trible, John Smith, James Kintner, 'Henry Brotzman. Tob...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian. — 10 May 1855

Oldest, Safest and'Surcst TAILORING ESTABLISHMENT IN EASTON, PA. VXT poOIl TO CHIDSEY'S IKON STORE J. 15. WI.L.KJLW, Would say to his friends and custom- fSK lomcrs, that his mode ol doing business Jl- remains precisely the same as it hatH f.i'cn for 20 years. iNo false representations .,i.it S20.000 worth of stock, buying male rial in large quantities from the manufactur ers; the goods we sell to be belter man any hodv else's; procuring celebrated city cutlers nt largo salaries, etn. etc.; out F'"""!, even Tenor of our way, giving to nil who call, polite attention, good goods, mid the identical ones they select; -and in short to give them ccncral satisfaction. To his new friends and customers, he would pnv most respectfully, that, having the con fidence, from many years experience, he can excel, in all kinds of fashionable garment cuttiHfr; inc gu"" --"-, nv. r?nF. CLOTHS, CAooJ-UiiJC-co ana JXGS, which he will be pleased to make up nt short notice, and on reasonable terms. (gj- Fu...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian. — 17 May 1855

BfS '' ' ' "'' H B II I I I I Ill I II II 'IKIIimi MIH,H.ltl I LHU.IHJII II ILIOMMnj m uixii.iMiijMcMtagarfiaj.n ms Mi mm -' " " " ' " '" ' g jj ' . rgfgEjijiiii.M VUM.W..UI.HJ- w,L.i.mi" innvi'i iim.jj iihwii 1 mmj i m i if j . ,, .mi - ri : " ' "'"r " '- ' -'"I .i.m.iji iwnm n hi iiMBmiBagBgmtagM 1 1 1 1 n . Jjrju',wiii--TI ,,, ..MV..1 ,.. t i i.wT-TrTT-ijA-ijjeaaMCTxsg' "- nuwuiaBW HDcuotcb ta-politics," Citcmtuvc, Agriculture, Science, JHoralitn, anu eucral Intelligence. VOL 15. STROUDSBURG, MONROE COUNTY, PA. MAY 17, IS55. NO. 26. Published by Theodore Schoclh TCRMS Two dollars per annum, in .advance Two O.illars and n quarter, half yearly and if not paid be- fore the end of the ycar.Two dollars and a half. No papers discontinued until all arrearages are paid, vxcept nt tne option oi tne hililor. ID Advertisements not exceeding one square (ten ' 'i D""1C" "" yu.,wug uum incs) will bo inserted three weeks tor one dfcllar, :md ! down to the floor, W8S just conscious that wcnty;fi...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian. — 17 May 1855

Ijc Scffcrsouicm. HTJRSDAY, MAY 17, 1855. JL. Ourselves. The May term of the Monroe County Courts will commence on Monday, tbe2Sth iubt., and give such of our country friends as may be in arrears to us for subscrip tion, advertising or job work, an oppor tunity of cither calling personally and set tling, or sending us tho amounts which they severally owe. We are in want of money and we hope our patrons will not forget us. It is now more than fourteen years since the Jeffersoniau passed entirely into our bands, during the whole of which tinio we have most assiduously labored to make it u valuable and interesting journal. Godey's Lady's Book. The May number of Godey's Lady's Book, has been on our table for some time. It is praise enough to say, that it fully sustains the previous high reputa tion of-the magazine. Dividends. Tho Eastou Bank has declared a iivi- dend of 0 per cent, and tho Farmers and Mechanics Bank 5 per cent, for tho last fcix mouths, payable to the stockholders on an...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian. — 17 May 1855

I ft J" . . . i 1 Arrival of the Grapeshot Capture of j-omsMjaKer. New Yoiik, May 15. The clipper ship V 4" SI S I W A 1 T "board the fugitive, Louis Baker, who stands charged with the murder of Poole. ho Grapeshot arrived off Paluias in sev entccn days from this port, and laid on and off till the Isabella Jcwet bove in sight, when the officers boarded her and cap- tured the fugitive. Singular Escape. A fe w d ays since, while Mrs. Danforth, of Warran, Pa., was engaged in her usual duties, a heavy thunder storm came up, and m the midst of its furv a lihtuincr cfk dnennnn upon her, burning her hair from the crown of the head to the back nf fh - www., ui iv t t ing uer nair pins, and proceeding down I 1 J l . uV uuujr av.ug ii marn as it went unui it passed tnrough the floor. Strance iosay, me lauy lived and is rapidly re- covering. A - . 1 11 ! i . . O jb.x.uvx. in me urcscman ou.wuui suuzuiiu. me uorougn electiou held in Sunbury, on Monday week, the Americans elected their whole tic...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian. — 17 May 1855

Oldest, Safest and Surest TAILORING ESTABLISHMENT 114 EASTON, PA. r NEXT BOOB TO CHIDSEY'S IRON STOKE. T. II. WILKIKG, , Vpuld say lo his friends. and custom turners, that his. mode of, doing business --remains precisely the same as it has Ivcn fur 20. years. No false representations about S20,0U0 worth of stock, buying malc r.al in large quantities from the manufactur es; the goods vc sell to bo better than any bodv else's; procuring celebrated city cutter at large salaries, cte. etc.; but pursuing tiie t;en tenor of our way, giving to all who call, r Jlitc attention, "rood goods, and the identica ones thev select; and in short to ghc them general satisfaction. To his new friends and customcrs,.hc would stiv. most respectfully, that, having the con h, fence, from many years experience, he can t'Atel, m all kinds of fashionable garment cutting; the goods to be as recommended; no fiding of colors, not rotten, but sound, wool d ve, firm, st rong, fast colors, of A ME III CA A . FRENCH...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian. — 24 May 1855

JDcuoteit to politics, Citcraturc, Agriculture, Science, illoralitn, ani encral intelligence. VOL 15. STROUDSBURG, MONROE COUNTY, PA. MAY 24, 1855. NO. 27, Published by Theodore Schoch. TERMS Two dollars per annum Jn advanceTwo lollars suul a. quarter, half yearly and if not paid be fore the end of the year. Two dollars and a half. No papers discontinued until all arrearages are paid, except at the option of the Editor. IO Advertisements not exceedinp; one square (ten ines) will bo inserted three weeks lor one dollar, and twenty-five cents for every subsequent insertion. The charge for one and three insertions the same. A liber al discount made to yearly adveitisers: IE? All letters addressed to the Editor must be postpaid. PETER FRANCISCO. manded bis immediate surrender. His The Samson of the Western Hemisphere.' gun being empty, bo feigned submission, As late as tbe year 1836. tbere lived land said be would surrender, attbe same in Western Virginia a man whose strength time remark...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian. — 24 May 1855

l)c JcCfcvsonian. THTHISDAY, MAY 34, 1855." fteS"- A meeting will be held at the In dian Queen Hotel, in this Borough, on Monday next, the 2Stli inst., for the pur pose or organizing a uonipany to guard against the loss of Horses by thieves. The charter has been procured and al the necessary arrangements made for ef fecting an organization, on a permanent "basis. All friendly to an undertaking o this kind arc cordially invited to attend The nice tins will be organized at 2 o'clock in the afternoon. SidF" Patrick Scott, wns sentenced, al the May terra of the Montour County Courts, held at Danville, last week, to pay a fine of $25, ailj undergo imprison ment in the county jail for ten days, for furnishing John Pcrrin, a person of known lutcmperate habits, with a quart of whis key. Served him right. Foreign News. The steamship Baltic arrived at New York on Friday last, bringing news to the 4th in.-1. From Sebastopol the news is that the Allies have captured the Russian out-works. The f...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian. — 24 May 1855

" m .i'Br ill mi ill i mk i n i" t In Stroudsburg, on the 21st inst., Mrs, Sabina Johnsou, wife of Joseph C. John Son, aged 10 years and 8 months. JURY LIST. Grad Jurors. 'Chesnuthill. Michael Gelz, and Peter Gilbert. Hamilton, Jacob Ilauk, James Ilarman. Stroud. Charles Drake, John Huston, and Adam Shafer. Tobyhanna. Timothy Miller. M. Smithjicld. George Tompkins, An drew Frutchey, and Abraham V. Coolbaugh, and John Clark. Pocono. Peter Edingcr, & Jacob Anglc- moyer. Eldrcd. Charles Correll. Price. Samuel Postens. Smithjicld. Peter Ycisley, and Horace Urodhcad Jackson. John Ousterhont. Borough Mclchoir Spragle, Win. Drcher, diaries bmiley, and Alexander Fowler. Polk. Aaron Ileincv. PrrriT Jurors. Hamilton. Jc?e Van Bimkirk, Charles J. Walton, Amos Rouse, Adam Kestcr, and George Felker. Price. Jacob Price, Simon N. Stright. Polk. George Dottcr, James Wcstbrook, Cornelius Smith, Paul Blose. Jackson. John Winter, Jacob Bender. Chesnuthill. Christopher D. Keller, Pa trick Daily, Jo...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian. — 24 May 1855

mS3 hlest, Safest aiscl Surest TAILORING ESTABLISHMENT EASTON, PA. KKXT POOH TO CIIIDSEY'S IRON STORE. t Would pay to his friends and custom tomers, thai his mode of doing business remains precisely the same as it has been for 20 years. No false representations Kbout $UU,UUU worth ot stock, buying mate rial in large quantities from the inanufnctnr ers; the goods we sell to be better than any body else's; procuring celebrated citv cutters at Jargo salaries, etc. etc.; but pursuing the even tenor of our way, giving to all who call, polite attention, good goods, and the identical ones they select ; and in short to give them general satisfaction. To his now friends and customers, he would fay. most respectfully, that, having tiic con fnlence, from many years experience, he can excel, m all kinds of fashionable garment cutting; the goods to bo as recommended; no lading of colors, not rotten, but sound, wool dye, firm, strong, lust colors, of AMERICAN. FRENCH AND ENGLISH BROAD CLOTHS, CAS...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian. — 31 May 1855

jDcuoteb to $) olitics, Citcmtuix, Agriculture, Science, Jilovaliti), anb (fkneva! Intelligence. 3' lint v VOL 15. STROUDSBURG, MONROE COUNTY, PA. MAY 31, 855. NO. 28, 1 r i r Published by Theodore School. terms-two doii.irsncr annum in advancf---Two tlollars and a quarter, half yearlv ami if not paid be- fatethcendofthcycar.TwodoHarsandahalf. No papers discontinued until ail arrearages arc paid, ' irJdvctti"cPmcn --W! b5-iJIscrrt?! threc uurcks ,or -ine d?llar-:,,ld lucnty-fivc cents for every subsequent insertion. The charge for one and three insertions the same. A liber- amffiSaSSSrms,bePoJ pR,d' ! JOB PRINTISG. Having a general assortment of large, elegant, plain ! , a tui ornamental l ype. wc are prepared to execute every description of cards, circuhrs inii Heads, Kotes, niank ncecipts; Justices, Legal and other. Blanks. Pamphlets, fcc. vnntcd uh neatness and despatch, on reasonable crms AT THE OFFICE OF Be Careful of Your Money. When life is full of health and glee,. Work, wor...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian. — 31 May 1855

THURSDAyTmAYIi, 1855. A terrible tornado passed over Jeffer 011 and Cook counties, Illinois, on Wed nesday of last week, and caused immense damage. A bouse about a mile from tbe Illinois and Wisconsin Railroad, containing nine persons, was taken completely up by tbe wind and scattered in different directions. Four of tbe persons were instantly killed, and tbe others are not likely to recover. See account in another column. Accident. The " Eastonian" says a serious accident happened to Mr. P. D. Weirback, in tbe employ of Messrs. Seitz & Bro., at Kellcrsville, Monroe County, on Thursday evening last. The brake attached to the wagon, gave way as be was going down a bill, tbe wagon run ning on the horses they became unman ageable and ran way, throwing him from the scat (be wagon running over him, breaking both bis legs. As far as we have yet learned he is doing as well as cau be expected. COURT PROCEEDINGS. The May term of the several Courts of this County commenced on Monday last,...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian. — 31 May 1855

'iff i m Is " " " ' ' T "' ' fcJM""fuu-"J-l -"tiimii n nijrii n -if mfii-in-iMn,-,- , -,Ja.....-a,'.....i..i. ... . . .uanng uutrage and Bobbery m Ealti "EIlendale.'Mhe rcsfdenco of Mr. Gus tarns TWn in Baltimore co.. was made fu.. :k r 27f h ,,ifimr, of a display of a degree of crime and he- roism fully up to anything in romance, uuutiu w mnrinm rf onfiinnf It appears, that about two mr.hrl,a Mr. B. hired in Jus familv as ,,rr;,nn ver and gardener, a von nn nt,... 0" years of age. named John Oliver, and be- ufi ub co go to tuo West for a Bhort ime, ioit mm domesticatod in his house. ho d. Mrs. IV o early part L, W - " WHU lJ Cr tinnr rncomhlinn. . . ., ..wv. w, iv on"ui, uuibu uc:ir prp iim. , -vj.n, mu luuvumcnt or a doir. and sunDosinm tlmf nnn f c dogs had been fastened up in the house arose from bed for the purpose of hivi him turned out. As she nnnm,ni.,i i As she aDliroanlieil fho cuampcr aoor some one turned the knob nf flirt lrf1.- ATtc? TJ 1 1 nun -! 1 .wv-u. i-iio. oj. as...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian. — 31 May 1855

Oldest, Safest and Surest TAILORING- ESTABLISHMENT "IN EAbTON, PA. KEXT DOOR TO CHIDSEYS IRON STORE. JT. SI. WILKIKa, vn Would say to his friends and custom- tomers, thai his mode of doing business JX. remains precisely the same as it has V ecu for 20 years. I'o false representations nboiit 20,000 worth of stock, l.uymg.'"r't0 rial in large quantities from the manui'ictur ?rs; the goods wc sell to bo Letter than any IkkIv cWs; procuring celebrated city cutters nt Targe salaries, etc. etc.; but pursuing the even tenor of our wav, giving to all who call, polite attention, good goods, and the identical ones they select ; and in short to give them general satisfaction. To his new friends and customers, he would fifiw most respectfully, that, having the con fidence, from many years experience, he can; excel, in all kinds of fashionable garment cutting; the goods to be as recommended; no fadingof colors, not rotten, hut sound, wool dye, firm, strong, fast colors, of AMERICA?1!. FRENCH AND...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian. — 7 June 1855

Scuotcft ta politics, literature, Agriculture, Science, iitoralitij, a nil eneral intelligence. VOL STROUDSBURG, MONROE COUNTY, PA. JUNE 7, 1855. NO. 29. Published by Theodore Sclioch. TERMS Two dollars per annum in advance Two dollars and u quarter, half j'carly and if not. paid be fore Ihc end of Hie year. Two dollars and a half." No papers discontinued until all arrearages are paid, except at the option of the Editor. ICT Advertisements not exceeding one square (ten ines) will be inserted three weeks lor one dollar, and Iwonty-five cents for every subsequent insertion. The chnrgc for one and three insertions the same. A liber al! discount made to ycarlv advertis-crs. It? All letters addressed to the Editor must be postpaid. JOB H'RINTIft'G. Having a general assortment of large, elegant, plain and ornamental Type, we are prepared to execute every description of Oards, Circulars, Bill Heads, Notes, Illank Ucccipts Justices, Legal and other Blanks, Pamphlets, Ac. printed with neatne...

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