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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Anderson intelligencer. — 25 October 1860

Vm, Lowndes Yancey. BIOGRAPHY. "Win. DoVndes Yancey was born in the State of Georgia?Shoals of Ogeechee? on tho 10th clay of August, 1814, and is consequently now in' his 45th year. He was bora at tho home of Coll Bird, his grand-father. - His parents resided at the time in Abbeville, S. C. His father, Be nj. C. Yancey, was a lawyer of tho first order of talents and the highest integrity, rank? ing justly as a compeer of the late John C. Calhoun, whose friend and supporter he was in the memorable and decisive conflicts which linked his name honorable with the war of 1812. Tho elder Mr. Yancey died in the year 1817, leaving but two children, the subject of this sketch a?d B. C. Yancey, United States Minister to the Argentine Confederation, South America. TTm. L. Yancey received his earlier ed? ucation while between eight and nineteen years of age, in "Now York and New Eng? land?which, perhaps, imparted to his manners.an apparent reserve, and stamp? ed him a puritan in his morals, wit...

Publication Title: Anderson Intelligencer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Anderson intelligencer. — 1 November 1860

% Jubcucnbcnt |onriml-gt(ietA \ foliftcs, literature, Bete, Howls, ^gtitultet, Science mti> Srf. BY FEATHERSTON & HOYT. ANDERSON COURTHOUSE, S. C., THURSDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 1, 1860. VOLUME 1.?DUMBER ll Stories ?f Iradid fife. Leisure Moments. " Are you fond of reading, Mrs. Lee ?" said my good aunt Mary to a lady who sat plying the needle as industriously as if her bread depended upon her efforts. " Yes," was the reply, " but I can't find time for it." "Time!" exclaimed aunt^Iary, while her large brown eyes dilated with aston? ishment ; for she knew the lady was in easy circumstances?the wife of a physi? cian in good practice. "It is true," replied Mrs. Lee, in answer to my aunt's look of inquiry. i: I know you will think I might find time, but I really cannot ; it keeps me almost con? stantly employed to do our necessary sewing. How your daughter Alice can read as much as she docs I neve*?' could imagine; I find her with a book in her hand half the time, and yet she has th...

Publication Title: Anderson Intelligencer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Anderson intelligencer. — 1 November 1860

The Commercial Policy of the South. That South Carolina will arm, and take action for her safety and independence, in the event" of Lincoln's election, is as cer? tain as his election is certain. There can now, also, be no doubt that five or six other Cotton States, will hold meetings of their Legislatures and call into the form of Conventions the Sovereignty of their people respectively, simultaneous with her Legislature and her proposed Con? vention. That a Confederacy of at least the Cotton States will be formed in three or four months after this "overt act" of Northern Sectional Abolition domination, is as certain as the North thus seizes the reins of control in the present Union, for plunder, for power and for the destruction of Southern institutions. In South Car olina, Georgia. Florida. Alabama. Missis? sippi, Texas and Arkansas, the note of preparation is deep and earnest, and its low muttering will soon swell into the ringing sound of the trumpet's blast. In view of these e...

Publication Title: Anderson Intelligencer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Anderson intelligencer. — 1 November 1860

COPARTNERSHIP NOTICE. THE undersigned on the 13th of September A. D. I860, formed a copartnership for the purpose of conducting the Dry Goods and Grocery business in the town of Andorson, S. C, under the name and style of SHARPE & WATSON. Said copartnership is without limitation, but may be terminated at any time by mutual consent. WILLIAM S. SHARPE. JOHN B. WATSON.* Oct. 25, 1800 11 tf DRY GOODS! DRY GOODS! WE respectfully invite the Ladies and Gentlemen of Anderson Village and District to an inspection of our Stock of (B(D?!D3 & lAWJ ?M)33 Consisting of Ladies' Black and Fancy Dress Silks, All wool French DeLaines, with a large slock of Fancy DeLaincs, Fancy Poplins, Solid Merinos, Solid Cashmeres, Black Cashmeres, Black Alpacca, Fancy Plaids for children, &c, with a large stock of MEN'S WEAR, Consisting of Cassirnercs, Tweeds, Satinet and N. C. Jeans, Tennessee truck for Trowsers, &c.; with a large stock of Calicoes, Plaids, Linsey, Gloves, Hosiery, Hair Oils, Ext...

Publication Title: Anderson Intelligencer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Anderson intelligencer. — 1 November 1860

The Death of Flowers. UT WILLIAM CCXLEX BBTAX. The melancholy days arc come, The saddest of the year, Of. wailing winds nnd naked woods, And meadows brown and scar. Heap'd.in the hollows of the grove, The withcr'd leaves lie dead. They rustic to the eddying gust, AM to the rabbit"3 tread. Th? robin and Ihewrcn are flown, And from the shrnbs the jay, . And from tha wood-:op calls tho crow, Through alljthc gloomy, day. "Where arc the Sowers, the fair young flowers, Thatdatoly S] ran ? and stood ? In brighter light atfd softer "airs, A beauteous sisterhood ? ... Alas! thej all ayq in their graves; The gentle race of flowers, Arc lying in their lowly beds, With the fair and good of ours. The rain is falling where they lie, But the cold November rain Calls not, from out the gloomy earth, The lovely ones again. tfc{ yr ..' ??* ? ?'? " ' The wind-flower and the violet, They pcrish'd'long ago, And the bricr-rosc and the archins died, Amid the summer glow ; But ou the hill the golden-rod, An...

Publication Title: Anderson Intelligencer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Anderson intelligencer. — 8 November 1860

BY FEATHE11ST0N & HOYT. ANDERSON COURT HOUSE, S. C., THURSDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 8, 4360. VOLUME 1.?NUMBER 13. Bill Wilson and the Ghost. by maj. joseph jones. 'Bout two years ago, tkepeoplein Pine ville was almost larmed out of their sen ises by a ghost what made its appearance every night in the graveyard.^; The nig? gers seed it fust, and they told sich ter? rible tales about it that the wimmin and children was 'fraid to <ro to bed in the dark for a month, and you couldn't git a nigger ?o go outside the door after dark hot foi4 all Geor^y. It made a monstrous talk forjnore'n ten miles round the settle? ment, and everybody was anxious to find out whose ghost it was, and what it want? ed. Old Mr. Walker, what had been cheat? ed out of all his property by the lawyers, hadn't been ded a great while, and as he was a monstrous curious old chap' any how, the general opinion was that he had cum back for something. Sammy Stonestrcet seed it. and Bob Moreland seed it, and old Miss Cu...

Publication Title: Anderson Intelligencer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Anderson intelligencer. — 8 November 1860

Why the Abolitipnists Support Lincoln *. LETTER EROM hon. DANIEL e. somes to hon. gerrit SMITy.a?^. [From the Bost m Liberator, Oct. 5.] Biddekord, Me., Aug. 27, 1850. Dear Sir: In yours of the 13th ult., you deplore the defeat of Mr. Birney, tmf Abo? lition candidate for the Presidency in 1844, and infer that the anti-slavery sentkaent has declined, because the radical Abolition party does not number so many votes las it did at that time. 4M "With the highest regard for yonr mor? al and intellectual powers, I beg leave to' point out a few f.icts which you seem jto have overlooked. W It is true that sixty thousand men cast their votes for Mr. Birney in 1844, and1 did so from a sense of duty growing out of the conviction that slavery was wrong, in the absract, and it was therefore right to adopt measures for its abolition, as well as to prevent its extension by opposing the admission of Texas. B ut white they all agreed upon the two facts*, the wrong of slavery and the right of aboli...

Publication Title: Anderson Intelligencer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Anderson intelligencer. — 8 November 1860

ANDERSON PRICES CURRENT, Corrected, weekly by England & Bewley. bagging, 17 bale rope. 10 ? m bagging twine, 25 adamantine candles, 25-? 30. sperm candles, 45 ? 50 rio coffee, is ? 20 java coffee, 20 tea, co ? 1.00 rice, 6} ? 7 N. o. sugar, 11 @ 12} (c) coffee do. 11} ? 12 (b) do. do. 12} ?a) do. do. 13 ?18j crushed do. 14 loae^do. 14 ? 15 N. o. molasses, 05 west india do. 40 @ 45 salt, ^ sack, $2 25 cast steel, 22 ? 25 german steel, 14 ? 15 blister do, 10 ? 32* swede iron, 61 ? 7 english do. ? ? t } band do. ? 6} ? 7 sheet do. 0 ? 10 castings, 6} @ 10 nails, 5 ? c; rifle powder, $7 00 ? 7 50 blasting do. So 00 ? 5 50 lead, 9 ? 10 shot, ? bog, S2 25 ? 2 50 indigo, si 50 madder. 20 blue stone, Hi ? 18 linseed oil, $1 10 ? 1 25 train do. 90 ? 1 00 white lead, 25 lb kegs, s2 50 ? 2 75 french glass, 8 X 10. 3 00 ? 3 ~ do. do. 10 * 12, 3 50 ? 3 do. do. 12 X 14, 3 75 ? 4 00 mackerel, .in kits, No. 3. s3 2.r, do. " . " 2, 3 50 do. " " 1, 3 7i tobacco. 25 ? 50 yarn, $1 10 ? 1 20 i shirt...

Publication Title: Anderson Intelligencer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Anderson intelligencer. — 8 November 1860

letter fromHoir. J: K. Paulding; [The following letter from Hon. J. * jT. Paulding, former Secretary of the Navy, is worthy of attention, not only fdr the sound views it contains, hut also on ac? count of the latitude ? from which it comes.] Hyde Park, Duchess Co., 1ST. Y. V - September 6, 1851 j Gentlemen : Your letter directed to me at New York, conveying an invitation to address a meeting of the citizens of Charleston district, to be held in pharles ton, South Carolma^n the 17th inst, has just reached me at this place, where I now reside. * "?*? " For the compliment thus tendered, and the language in winch it is conveyed, I ,Deg you to accept my acknowledgments, accompanied by regrets that I cannot comply with your wishes. Distance and space, the burden of years I should hear with me, and. more than alljhiy incapac? ity for public speaking, compel me to de ' cline a task- for vrhich I am totally unfit? ted. "What I have to say-, I-therefore ? hope you will permit me to address to...

Publication Title: Anderson Intelligencer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Anderson intelligencer. — 16 November 1860

_mmmm*mmmi?*m?mmMmm?^?-?---? %n liibtptitot $onrm?--#I)flicl> to politics, literature, gUtos, Utah, Agriculture, gtitntt ant> -|rt. Bf. ?JAMES A. HOYT. ANDERSON COURT HOUSE, S. C, THURSDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 16, 1860. ? _-. VOLUME 1.?NUMBER 14. {From the Charleston Mercury.] LEGISLATURE OF SOUTH CAROLINA. EXTRA SESSION. Monday, November 5.1860. SENATE. The Senate met, and was called to or tier at noon. On motion of Senator Blaken ey, Sena? tor Moses was unanimously called to the Chair. The Secretary read the proclamation of the Governor calling the extra session. The roll being called, a quorum was found to be present, and the Senators Were duly qualifiodi . The Senate then proceeded to the elec? tion of President, whereupon Hon. W. D; Sorter, Senator* from the Parish of St. Pliillip's and St. Michael's, was declared unanimously chosen, and was conducted to the Chair. The Senators having risen to receive him, he said: Senators : I thank you for this new manifestation of your co...

Publication Title: Anderson Intelligencer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Anderson intelligencer. — 16 November 1860

[JFrom the Charleston Mercury.'] LEGISLATURE OF SOUTH CAROLINA. EXTRA SESSION. Wednesday, November 7.1860. SENATE. The Serrate met at noon. The journal ?was read and approved. Senator Moses offered the following res? olution and asked its immediate consider? ation : Resolved, That the Committee on Fed? eral Eolations be instructed to introduce, at the earliest moment, a bill to call a Con? vention of the people of this State. Senator Ehett offered, by way of. sub? stitute, a series of resolutions providing for the call of a Convention. These hav? ing excited some discussion he withdrew them temporarily. The resolutions of Senator Moses were then adopted. Mr. Hope offered the following: Resolved, That the presiding officers of the two Houses be requested to inform the Governor of the names of the persons returned as Electors for President and Vice-President of the United States. The resolution was carried. Mr. Lesosne offered a series of resolu? tions : the first declaring that the s...

Publication Title: Anderson Intelligencer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Anderson intelligencer. — 16 November 1860

For ?the Intelligencer. Mr. Editor;?I have no doubt tbat the readers of tho Intelligencer will perceive from your selections of news matter for this week, that the Legislature of the State, which was convened by Gov. Gist for the purpose of electing Electors of President and Vice President of the United States, have not only discharged that duty, but in view of the election of Mr. Lincoln to the Presidency, which is how as? certained to be the fact beyond doubt, have gone on further to provide for the call of a Convention of the State. The objeijl of this Convention, as your readers will be advised in due time, will be to take into consideration our Federal relations, und determine for the State of South Carolina whether in the future she will remain in this Union upon terms of inequality with the other States of this Confederacy, or whether sho will establish ?her independence out of it. Yourreadors cannot fail 'to perceive that the Convention thus called will be saddled with grave...

Publication Title: Anderson Intelligencer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Anderson intelligencer. — 16 November 1860

Stkftfr foctrg. All Thy Works Praise Thee. BY MARY HOWITT. The moonbeams on the billowy deep, The blue waves rippling on the strand, The ocean* in' its peaceful sleep. The shell that murmurs on the sand, The cloud that trims the bending sky, The bow that on its bosom glows, The sun that lights thu vault so high, The stars at midnight's calm repose; These praise the power that arched the sky And robed the earth-in beauty's dye. The melody of nature's choir, The deep-toned anthems of the sea, The wind that turns a viewless lyre, The zephry on its pinions free, The thunder with its thrilling notes, That peal upon the mountain air, The lay that through the foliage floats Or sinks in dying cadence there, These all to Thee their voices raise. A fervent voice of gushing praise. The day-star, herald of the dawn, As the dark shadows flit away, The tint upon the cheek of morn, The dew-drop gleaming on the spray?. From wild birds in their wanderings, From steamlets leaping to the sea, From all...

Publication Title: Anderson Intelligencer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Anderson intelligencer. — 22 November 1860

BY JAMES A. HOYT. ANDERSON COURT HOUSE, S. C THURSDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 22, 1860. VOLUME 1.?NUMBER 15. [From the Charleston Mercury.'] LEGISLATURE OF SOUTH CAROLINA. EXTRA SESSION. Friday, November 9.1860. SENATE. The Senate met at noon, and the jour? nal of yesterday was read and approved; Tho hour of half-past twelve having arrived, the special order (the resolutions of Senator Lcsesne) were called up. Senator Lescsne?These resolutions, Mr. President, express what, after reflec? tion, I regard as the true policy of this State in the present emergency. Now, however, I have little hope of their adop-' tiori; 1 am satisfied that the Convention will be called unconditionally; and to promote that unity of action, which is so important, it is my intention to vote for tho bill. I now move to lay my resolu? tions on the table. The resolutions were accordingly laid upon the table. The resolutions of Senator Harrison,in relation to Federal Relations, were next taken up. Senator Harrison ros...

Publication Title: Anderson Intelligencer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Anderson intelligencer. — 22 November 1860

[From the dhdft&ton Mercury.'] LEGISLAf?lE OF SOUTH CAROLINA. EXTRA S3SSSI03N. Tuesday, November 13.1860. SENATE. The Senate met at 10 o'clock, a. m. After the calling of the roll had been con? cluded, the iournal of yesterday was read and adopted. The Senate concurred in the resolution of the House, fixing the hour of final ad? journment at 12 o'clock, m., with an amendment changing the hour to 11 o'clock, a. m. The Senate also concurred in the amend? ment of the House to the proceedings of the State Conventions for 1832,1833,1852, to be printed and beund with the proceed? ings of the pifesent General Assembly, with an amendment providing that two hundred copies be made ready for distri? bution at the meeting of the regular ses? sion. The Senate concurred in the resolutions of Mr. Treaholm adopted yesterday by the House, and directing the Committees on the Military of the House and Senate to sit during tne recess and consider the bills for arming the State, reorganization of th...

Publication Title: Anderson Intelligencer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Anderson intelligencer. — 22 November 1860

ANDERSON PRICES CURRENT, Corrected wseUy by England & Bettle?? bagging, 16 to 17 bale rope, 0 @ 12* bagging twine, 26 adamantine candles, 25 ? 30 sperm candles, 45 ? 50 rio coffee, 18 @ 20 java coffee, 20 tea, co @ 1.00 bice, 6? ? 7 ?. a sugar, 11 ? 12* (c) coffee do. 11* @ 12 (b) do. do. 12j (a) do. do. 13 ? 13j crushed do. 14 loaf dn. 14 ? 15 N> Ot MOLASSES, 65 west india do. 40 ? 45 salt, sack, $2 25 cast steel, 22 ? 25 german steel, 14 ? 15 Blister do. 10 ? 12$ swede iron, 6* ? 7 english do. 5@u band do. 6* ? 7 sheet do. 0 ? 10 castings, 6} ? 10 nails, 5 ? 6j rifle powder, $7 00 ? 7 50 blasting do. S5 00 ? 5 50 lead, 9 ? 10 shot, ^ bag, S2 25 ? 2 50 indigo, $1 50 madder, 20 blue stone, 10 ? 18 linseed oil, $1 10 @ 1 25 Train do. 90 @ 1 oo white lead, 25 lb kegs, ?2 60 ? 2 75 french glass, 8 X 10, 3 00 ? 3 25 - do. do. 10 X 12, 3 50 ? 3 75 do: do. 12 X 14, 3 75 ? 4 00 mackerel, in kits, No. 3, $3 25 do. " " 2, 3 50 do. " M 1, 8 75 tobacco, 25 ? 50 yarn, $1 10 ? 1 20 i shir...

Publication Title: Anderson Intelligencer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Anderson intelligencer. — 22 November 1860

^nrOCEEDINGS OF THE LEGISLATURE. (CONTINUED FROM FIRST PAGE.) Mr. Buist moved that the Bill and Re? port be referred to'tho" Committee of tho "Whole House for the purpose of being perfected. m Mr. Tendon did not see why the Ilouse should not proceed to vote npon the amendments. * Thfe course would only -produce delay, whilst they wanted prompt action. The constituency of Charleston were urging prompt action. He believed the minds of the members wero made up. He was prepared to act now, and he be? lieved every member of tho House was equally prepared to do his part. Mr. Black hoped the motion would pre? vail. All he asked was to have an oppor? tunity of putting his particular part of the State properly before the Committee. Mr. Buist could only say, that no one in the House was more favorable to im? mediate action than he was, but it struck him that the proper course of action was to ascertain the sense of the majority; and he felt satisfied, after that was ob? tained, the bill would...

Publication Title: Anderson Intelligencer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Anderson intelligencer. — 29 November 1860

%n $irk?c!ikitt Iffitrra(~-|tli? fa $oIifes, literature, fetus, ittrrals, |jj?cnlte> $aw aitir |rt. BY JAMES A. KOYT. ANDERSON COURT HOUSE, S. C, THURSDAY MORNING. NOVEMBER 29, 1860. VOLUME 1.?NUMBER 16. %\x ^musing ADVENTURES OF A BASHFUL MAN. Harry Gordon Singleton, made his de? but into this world on a Friday. We deem this fact worth chronicling, since it was an event of some importance to our hero,and because we hope to show unbelievers that the old saw about the unluckiness of Fri? day is correct. From Ids very birth, Har? ry was stigmatized. He was an exceed? ingly pretty babe, fair complexionod, blue eyed, brown haired, plump and rosy; but he was eudowed with an heritage far worse than a hunch back, a club foot, or a squint eye-^-Ae was bashful ? When the ladies came to look at him in his cradle, andto pronounce him a "little beauty? theexpress image of his pa;" the little "sweet" would invariably put his fat fist in his mouth, and hide his interesting face in the pillow. ...

Publication Title: Anderson Intelligencer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Anderson intelligencer. — 29 November 1860

"Washington, November 23.?I learn from reliable sources that the Treasury Department will be forced to suspend specie payment in the course of the next ten days. Arrangements will be made to pay off the Government ollicials in Treas? ury notes. There is the greatest alarm among the clerks in consequence of this * straitened condition of the public Treasu? ry. . There is no longer any possible doubt concerning the President's views on seces? sion. In conversing to-day with a gen? tleman of this city, ho took strong grounds against the Southern movement. He declared that he did not believe that the great West would ever permit the mouths of tho Mississippi Iii vor to be held by a foreign power. "South Carolina, said he, "wishes to enter into a conflict with me, and upon tho shedding of the first drop of blood, to drag the other States iuto the movement of dissolution.'' He acknowledged that the South had suffered.great wrongs at the hands of the North, but thought that the compact be?...

Publication Title: Anderson Intelligencer, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Anderson intelligencer. — 29 November 1860

MARRIED, on Tuesday evening, 30th ull., by Kelley Sullivan, Esq., Mr. Robert A. Every and Miss Elles. Petticbew, all of Anderson District. On the 1st inst., by Rev. L. W. Stephens, E. P. Edwards, Esq., and Miss G. H. Willis, both of. Elbert, Gco. On the 20th :'jist., by Rev. J. B. Hillhousc, Col. D. C. Templetos and Miss M. A.DDIE Day, all of Laurens Distric t. On Thursday, the 1st of November, by the Rev. D. Humphreys, Mr. David Sadler, of Anderson District, to Miss Virginia SpeaR, of Florida. Political Appointments. The people arc requested to assemble and hear addresses upon the course of action which should be adopted by their Delegates to the Convention of the State of South Carolina, which will assem? ble in Columbia on the 17th of December : Townville, Saturday, 24lh November. Greenwood, Thursday. 29th " Cold Spring. Friday, 30th " Sherard's Old Store, Saturday, 1st December. Anderson C. 11., Monday, 3d " Holland's Store, Tuesday, 4th " The Hon. J. L. Orr, Hon. R. F. Simpson,...

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