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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 20 October 1854

? ' .1 . ... ... VOL. IV. WASHINGTON, D. C., FRIDAY, OCTOBER 20, 1854. THE EVENING 8TATC PUBLISHED EVERY AFTERNOON, Cizoan bund at,) At the Star Buildings, corner Penntflvamm avenue and Eleventh street, By W 4LLACH A HOPE, WI be served to subscribers in the cities <4* Wash ington, Georgetown, Alexandria. Baltimore and Phlla delphia, at 8LX AND A QUARTMR UENT8, paya ble weekly to ihe Agent*. To mail subscribers the MtMcription price is THREE DOLLARS AND FIFTY CBNT8 a year in slssn TWO DOL LARS Tor BIX MONTHS, *nd ONE DOLLAR for THREE MONTHS. {fey-Smut* corns ork cnrr. [No. 622 ] QKNBKALNOTICK FOR RESTORING LANDS TO MARKKT ON OKI' TAIN PROP 'SED RAILROADS. WHEBB %8 certain lands situated in the states hereinafter-mfnti >n*d ?*re withdrawn from Ml or entry (except for pre emptirn claims) by or ders of the Prarident of the United States, issued on the representations and at the urg-nt solicitations of members of bvth h use* of Congress, in anticipa tion of grnnts made to aid in th...

Publication Title: Evening Star
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: District of Columbia, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 20 October 1854

EVENING STAR. WASHINGTON CITY: FRIDAY AFTERNOON TToctobor 20 tJJr*Tkt large cir aunt ion of fhe St\k inikeSrt he nn>s' desirable c Lvet lisin g v\t in the I>isirict. It ii/is mare rp :;Icr> the cities of Washington, <ieoreetv.cn, via Alexandria, than clt the othe-- Wash ftiZton hf/.'ie< combined. &T Persons wanting he Evening ?Stor in -Baltimore can procure it early eve'V after r.TMfT.T,,",r's S4?[?C it'ia iron Buildings, ? iFIxkl? {.t TI: L K0/?5Int* PitF*-? The Union conoeives that the resolution of the Northern Whig party, or its being mixed with the Abolition party, is an ovent i f mosf. threatening consequence* to the ftuure of the confederacy, and holds the National Ivtelli g*?c?r responsible fc,- much of it bocause while professing to be Op-osed to it ,a3 the . organ allege*)' that >-furnal lose3 no 0J:(j0Itu, xuty to palliate arj jai.if atd thng age t e eoaij- .oui danger io the her menetfey 0{ the Union. 1'he Um?h also pub l*3 -j a latter Iroui Mr. Cha...

Publication Title: Evening Star
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: District of Columbia, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 20 October 1854

evening star. LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. Tm Grasp Pihadi YrrrwDiT?ContrOtitic,nx to the Monument ?Continuing our notice or yts:? r d iy or the grand par aria, we mention the review ot the President snd Secretary of War, This to^k place on the Avenue, tn front of the Presidents House, and wm a military scene not to be fcreotten The Commander-in-Chief nppeared with tb>- Secre tary of War, accompanied by Jonah D. Hoover, Esq., United States Marshal, and performed his duty in a most so(dier-like manner." After a salate, with the highest honors to the President and eom puiv, the regiment marched to Union Square, wer" briefly dniled by Col. Hickey, and order stacked their aru?,and were di-roissed lor a eolation. This wa? prepared in'ample profusion of well cunatd cdinles, at Flint's Hotel, where the various c<ui|>a n;en partook of the feast with appetites sharpened b> the morning's exercise. The line again formed, the regiment, now composed often companies, proceed ed to the National...

Publication Title: Evening Star
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: District of Columbia, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 20 October 1854

FVKNIfW STAR. T ' i ? ? >n * ~ f "'11 ' [FOR THE 8KAU. . ,WftHAYE BEE1* FRIENDS TOGETHER * "'Afft.?TFVVe /irrt cw*f Xouerf to father. -"-/f: 70"i c ir THtbNCt k frkcss. ~ We have been friends together, "ft cannot all be o'er; : ?V TfreJloweie ot l?ve bow faded, Oh ! shall they bloom no u ore ? I cannot bear that altered gate. -? t r ft t r. Jl chills u?y .very heart? - .,,. We have b en friends tog ther, ? Oh ! why should we now part: We have been friends toother "j **: :; ? When seated side Uy #tda, v.I f - ^ ^ear ho,ne 9^ nur childhood? ' Oar , ar??nr? Joy and pride': -a* Bo world had cmie between our heart? ?Their pucity to stain : We Wnve been Mends together. Can we not be again ? fee been friewl?? together. t> r. In gprute-time's baUny how*, ? r ,,, Wt b o r joy wan in the sunbeams, And the lovely ingel flowprs: hrdvr t When Autumn^ hreut flusfc wad c:*=t O'er nature's sad /'ene ? brotv? We haft beerrfriends together; 8halt~n trar?h word part us now ? ? i, Wasttfnitoft, y...

Publication Title: Evening Star
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 21 October 1854

THE WEEKLY &?AR. Tb? ?p?ii Family Mil Hbwb^wcMUcobibUI tnt a pester nrWy of urtareaSnf r*adui| t&aa to fouad la aay is pcblWiad <w Saturday. Sinfie copy, par ana am to CLf*a?. Fl*? COptCS 5 oo Tn d" -?-? ?? ?? ??????? 81? Tweaty du.-~~ - .15 0t Cua, invaeiablt n a?*amcb. jjQh SinfJe copies (in Wrappers) cm to procured a t)??> counter, immediately alter the mm of the paper. Price?tbbki c?*ra. Pimm AST?ne w(k* *n a# afents wtH be allowed a c?niniiK?H>ii <>f twenty per cent. THE EVENING 8TAR PUBLISHED EVERY AFTERNOON, (?Z0IP1 8UMDAT,) At ths Star Buildings, corner Pennsylvania avenue and Eleventh street, By WALLACU * HOPE, Will be served to subscribe!* in tbe cities of Wa^f* uifun.Oeorgeaowii, Alexandria, Baltimore and Phila delphia, at SIX ASD A QUARTER CENTS, pay . bit weekly to tbe Agents. To mail subscribers the subscription price is THREE DOLLARS AND FIFTY CENTS a year in advance, TWt) DOL LARS for SIX MONTHS, and ONE DOLLAR tnr THREE MONTHS. ?fcy?diNOl* cor...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 21 October 1854

evening star! WASHINGTON CITY: ?ATP8DAT ATTKBHOOlr Octobtr 21 1l^The large circulation of tkt Star tmkayt fie most duiraHe ai4rt?mg mr* <lmm tn lkt District, It ka. more rlZ> ?U?cam of Washington, (itorgctomi, " Sua Iron "uridines'.'"' 6 KcweP?P? ihk weekly stab. All at a distance who desire to know what ia going on at Washington, at a trifling cost, should subscribe for the Weekly Htar it i8 ? OompUte weekly record of the Governmental Md local affairs of the Capitol of the nation. While the correspondence of distant papers *hich is generally written bj strangers at ashington, can but seldom be relied on, the ntws given in this journal is rarely wiong The WuU, is prmted Jfrom ^ Vpe, on a double sheet of fine paper, in a form ,, CM be ??W?nitotly bound. News from *11 quarters of the world, as well aa choice literary selections, will be found in every number of our weekly. Price $1.25 per an &Um in advance. ?WW! Ot THE KOBSKo rEESS 11. Intelligencer .g .in consider, ihe .Mt ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 21 October 1854

EVENING STAR. LOCAJ. INTELLIG^KCE. Tn Bonds*** or thi Administrator on Kos cirrto'* ?On the day before yesterday, we took occasion 10 mention thai those who were on the #4t.UQ0 bond of Coi. Bora ford, as administrator of Um estate of the late Gen. Kosciusko, had beeni e paid the several nnu they had been forced to make good by the decision of the great Kosciusko's e.-tate rasa, detrrtmaed by the Supreme Court not long since. We have since learned that the bondsmen on the original bond given by Colonel Bciufoid as Kosciusko's administrator. have not been so repaid I'oi the money they weie forced io pay in the same way. They are Messrs. Samuel Stotl and James Carrico, the first named having paid $U,00O, and the other a little more than that ?uui. It&o happened that Uiose on the $40,000 (second) bond took tin precaution to obtain collateral security on the prop erty of CoJ. Bomford, and they have been paid only through the prudent management of that propeity b> J. Q. H. Smith, C...

Publication Title: Evening Star
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 21 October 1854

EVENING STAR. THE LIBERTY POLE. Up wuh tbe tall mtw, let it be Raised by the loyal-hearted, higher Than old St. Peter*? eilded spire ; Ciowned with the cop of Liberty. There let the noble landmark stand, Unshaken by the storms of creed? ?Unstained while warring nations bleed, The glory of Ottr happy land. And we will 9tand erect and true, As freedom's staunch and towering mast, While adverse winds are sweeping past, Pointing to Heaven's bright arch or blue. As Moses lifted up the rodj ? t In the broad wilderness to heal" The Jew#; so for our country's weal We dedicate this staff to God. Let every freeman worship God, As conscience tells hiin 'tis best, No one daring to molest Or fright him with the oppressor's rod. A shout conies up from vale and crag, Brave hosts surround the stately tree, They cast their ballots for the free Defenders of their country's flag. Up with the banner of the free, And write in words of burning gold, On every striped and starry fold, God apetd the march o...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 21 October 1854

EVENING STAR^jftgiro. washw6tmi oqxo be K 21, 1854. [coxTixrrp.] For education, during the pleasure of Con gress. stipulates! in the fourth article of the treaty of the twenty-seventh of October. eighteen hundred and thirty two For interest on six hundred and forty-three thousand dollars, at five per centum, stip ulated in the seventh article of the treaty of the fifth of June, eighteen hundred and t'orty-six QUA PAWS. For education, during the pleasure of the President stipulated in the third article of the treaty of the thirteenth of May, eighteen hundred and thirty-three For blacksmith and assistant, during the pleasure of the President, stipulated in ?,he third article of the treaty of the thir teenth of May, eighteen hundred and thirty-three For iron and steel for shop, during the pleasure of the President, stipulated in ihe third article of the treaty of the thir teenth of May. eighteen hundred and thirty-three .... For pay of farmer, during the pleasure of the President, stip...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 21 October 1854

7,200 00 \?r * Hgbt-hcas? at tha month ?f C*l ca-ieu river - 6,00? w TEXAS. r two .-mall range-lights at Galveston... 1,000 00 r completing the buoyage of Galveston l.ar u.?l Mi, Sabine Pass and river. Mat igorda bar and har, Aransas bar and , v and Brazos Santiago bar and bay... 10,000 00 r a light-house on or near Gallinipper !Vir.t. Lavacca bay 10,000 00 - ;i light-house on or near Half Moon Matagorda hay 10,000 00 i day-I-em on, to mark the wreck of the namboat Farmer, near Pelican island. i; (J.Hlv^tt'ii bay 300 00 beacon on the North Breaker, to .rk t! -? entrance to Galveston bay 5,000 0C MICHIGAN. r-pair of the light-house foundation, 1 pier connected therewith, near Mon roe - i'?> ii;>l*-tincr foundations of two light ust-' on St. Glair flats 20,000 00 i li .iht-house and fop-bell on the south ?-:ir of the hirbor of Michilimackinac... 6.000 OC - a light-house at or near u01d Fort M..c-i:?aw,~ Michigan 6,000 0C - :> ! jht-bouse on Bearer island 6,000 0C INDIANA. r f...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 21 October 1854

^complete the aaarine hospital at Louif mlle. in the State of Kentucky Hlompletc the marine hospital at Padu 'cah. in the said State of Kentuckv o complete the marine hospital at "Evans viile. in the State of Indiana o complete the marine hospital at San Francisco, and to enclose the site and drain the same. and for the necessarr outbuildings or the construction of a marine hospital at Yickjburg. in the State of Mississippi. >r prosecuting operations on the marine hospital *t Portland, in the State of Maine ? provide a suitable building ?-?> a marine hospital at St Marks. Florida ? provide accommodations fur -dek and disabled seamen. and for the purchase of a site for a marine hospital at Cincinnati. Ohio LMUlT-HorSE ESTABLISHMENT. ir ?uppl\ ing light-houses. containing tour thousand one hundred and thirtv-three lamps. with oil. lamp-glasses, wicks, buff ?kins. polishing powder. whiting and other cleaning materials; transporta tion. and other necessary expenses on the same: re...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 21 October 1854

?haM and repair 'of workm?n's~toola pcj'v* of public letter*, ftial, oil and eandlee for narv-yardi and ihore Ita* tiona pay of watchmen, and incidental lahor, not chargeable to any other appro priation. labor attending the delivery of stores on civil stations, wharfage, dock nge. and rent, travelling expenses of offi cers and others under orders, funeral ex ?^pen es. store and office rent stationery, fuel. ??omnaisaionsJ and pay of clerks to ""navy agents and store-keepers, flags, aw;, in gs and parking boxes, premiums a id other expenses of recruiting, appre deserter?, per diem pay to per sons attending coarts-martial and courts of inquiry, and other services authorised ?^.y 1 iw. pay to judges advocate, pilotage and towage of vessels and assistance to vessel? in distress, bills of health, and quarantine expenses of the United States navy i'i foreign ports To enable the Secretary of the Navy to test any improvements in steam boilers or other improvements applicable to na val For t...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 23 October 1854

VOL. IV. WASHINGTON, D. C., MONDAY, OCTOBER 23, 1854. T 1 ? NO. 565. ' J; IT THE EYENINtJ STAR PUBLISHED EVERY AFTERNOON, wkday.) M ths Siar BnUdtngt, comer Pennsylvania twenut and Eleventh street, ? t WALLACH 4c HOPS, Will be serv ed to subscribers iu the ciaos ut Wash, tngton, Alexandria, Baiumore and Phila delphia, w SIX AND A QUARTSR CBNTS, paya ble weekly to the Agents. To mail subscribers the subscription price it THREE DOLLARS AND FIFTY CENTS a year in advance, TWO DOL LARS for SIX HONTH8, and ONE DOLLAR for THHEE MONTHS. ((^3uintl COPIES ONt CUT. TA7V WHTTPt MEW GOODS JUST RECEIVED. I) W. U ttO VAN I>U, Merchant Tailor, Fa 1"? States Ho tei would rrsp^tlally inform his customers an-t the public generally that he hw just re- tlj a*ved n?w Fail and Wioter goods in gr ated. variety, dach fs cloths, Cassimeras, and Vesting 01 the latest importation, and is prepated U have them made up at the shortest no'ioe. in the most fiishiJn able man^ei aad at low rates of prices. Having ...

Publication Title: Evening Star
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Country/State of Publication: District of Columbia, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 23 October 1854

EVENING STAR. WASBINGtoy CITY: MtnrDAT AFTEBNOCIT........October 29 i?7"Tk/ large circulation of tke Sta* mikes it tke most desirable advertising me dium in tke District. It has more readers m ike cities of Washington, Georgetown and Alexandria, than all tke other Wash m*tonHailies combined. I^TTfetsons wanting the Eveiiinp Star in Baltimore, can procure It early every after noon at llenry Taylor's Newspaper Depot. "Sfun Iron Buildings." . ? - " jit ? ? 9FIBIT OJs THii MOBBUiG FBKfcS. The Intelligencer is indignant against the Union for hinting not long iiL.ce that we will in time have coba by the swurd, if Spain will sot trade the island off with us. The Union, speculating upon the political future, sajs of the recent elections : ">l'he confusion of tongues which prevailed at Babel was ad nothing to tbe confusion of doetnaes which already divide the iusionistn We see a party pledged against the adopted citizens aoting with Aoolitiomsts, fcno ia *qc 1 a?t Congress advocated the 6...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 23 October 1854

EVENING STAR. LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. AcctBtwT om thi Railroad, but wo Liru Lost.?On Saturday evening, as the 5 ?'clock train coming here from Baltimore, an accid m oc coned which threatened fearful results, but fortu nately no person was even hurt. It appear? that at P*aa branch, just on crossing the bridge, two oxen got in the way, and were carried forward by the cow catcher aud engine until after passing the bridge, When the obstruction iiU.ed the tipsetmig ?n ?ut locomotive, and four ars followed, stopping the whole tratn. The passenger" were t? ere it alarm, biu Dflptiih Ildmpnnes, who wik coikiDcibf at the ume, soou quitted their fears by satisfying them that there was no danger, although much inconve nience. There lay the monster iron-hortc prostrate, ami there one of U?* oxen lay dead, the otliejr bein* much injured, the track was also torn up, and tber were the pa-sen^ers not knowing what to do. It being but about fourteen miles from the cit>, all who could not secure convey...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 23 October 1854

eventng star. GOOD SIOHr. - Good nigtH i a so often said, The heedless mind forget* its meaning; Tig only when ?ome heart lies dead, " On which our own was leaning, ? ? We bear in gladdening music roil TTjatlast '-' good night" along the soul. " Good night"?in tones that never die; It peals along the quickening ear. And tender gales of nwmory Forever waft it near. When stilled the voice, O crush of pain? That ne'er shlll breathe ''good night" again. ,ft ? c * . , , {l Good night! '* it mocks us from he grave? T* frVerfoaps that nrange world'# bound From whence there flows no backward wave It calls from out the ground, On every wde, around?above, " Good night, go d night!" to life and Iovg ?' Good night!" O wherefore fades away Trie light that tired u iBaC '"/ear word ? Why follows that good ni^t. no day, why are our *ou!s so stirred ? O, rather say. du!'. brain, once more, " Good night-' t^y tnne of toil is o'er!" ?'Good night"?nowerxneth gentle sleep. *.nd ;ears that fa'I like gent...

Publication Title: Evening Star
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 24 October 1854

*? t VOL. IV. WASHINGTON, D. C-, TUESDAY, OCTOBER 24, 1854. NO. 566. "the evening stab prBUSHED EVERT AFTKRNOOP, (?XCTffT MONDAY,) ft tk* Star buildings, corner Pennsylvania avenue and Eleventh street, |T wALLAVll Sc HUFE, WaI b* ?er*"'10 >? 1116 Cittrt of VVasr. - uxi g^ow*, Alexandria, Baltimore and Phil.> J!**, A:n> A QUABT1R CENTS, pay. 'u> the Agents. To mail subscribers the jqvcnpuoii ^nce w THREE fcKJLLARri AND FlPTY CENTS i yw in advance, TWO DOL ^gs, for six MONTHS, and ONE DOLLAR to THREE MONTHS. ft^SiKsM conn om cuff. _ TAKE NOTICE 1 SEW GOODS JUST RECElVED. I\ W. BKOWHIoCf Merchant lailor, P? . avenue, nwdtir the United 8tates Ho-. ^ VI would r^p-ca-liy inform his customer- 'tl the public fw*n,,,y thit h* hM iU8t re" M 5^5. *"?' ""^1 *"???in J! ??* variety suofa ? -l<?tns. Cassia;eree and vesuii. the ta&ir importation, and i\prepared to hare then Bite ap at the short** ao*k* in th? most f<shi n abl? man ->?w aad at low rates of prices. Having m%i...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 24 October 1854

EVENING STAR. WASHINGTON CITY: TUESDAY AFTERHOOH October 24 8F1R1I OF TRK KOBBIHe PRKW The Union diachssM the false ism? which are before the country, offending thai Know Kothingism seeka, practically, to unite Church ?ad State in this country, and to bring about the violation cf ihe solemn covenant mad? by the State with the adopted citizen, when he becomes naturalised. The organ also replies to the following remark of the Intelligencer's, made not lorg sitce, vis: '*11 it required all the 'odds and ends,' in union with the Whigs, to brirg about a defeat so disastrous to the Democracy, will it not require the same sortol maten&U to give thai party a vietury?" The editor's deience against the insinuation oi b pandering to isms, involved in the question as asked by the Intelligencer, is triumphant. He ?hows, conclusively, that where the ismites ?vote with the Democracy, it is never under the belief that the creed of "the party" sus tains their kinks. The Sentinel urge* the Richmo...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 24 October 1854

evening star. local intelligence. Citt Corscin.? Board of Aldermen.?fn the ab sence of >lr. Hill, President, Mr. Clark, Vice Presi dent, too* uie chair. Mr. Pepper presented the petition of Alfred Hun ter adverse to the license laws. Referred. Vlr- Borrows, a petition of James Kennedy, for the remission of a fine tor using a false measure in market. sud measure not belonging to him, and only bv a.-eideiit *n bis stand. Referred. Mr. J.'itnson presented a petition, numerously sirned, against the new laws in relation to the sale Oi liquor. It requests that the enforcement of the la* t?e suspended for a time sufficient to permit tavern-keepers to close their business without in jury to ili>'!r creditors. >1 r. Houston unrolled a petition some eight feetin length of the same character. He spoke warmly in defence of the proscribed class of citizens who were n<>? singled out from other traders to bfc ruth lessly put down. Mr. Borrows denied the right of position to liquor s...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 24 October 1854

EVENING STAR. - - . [for thb stab. 8TTWABT HOLLAND. BY HENRY T. STANTON. Far on the ruthless ocean wave, With few to ?ee and none t save. One fea less hea t has tound a grave, And nobly there is keeping. When others tied the faied wreck, Wc stood upon the Arctic'? deck, A lid felt the cold spray on his cheek,' In chilly silence leaping. And tfrae who heard his signal gun,' And saw in (1 tsbes one by one. And nuevv his task was nobly done, In bitterness were stg uig. Beneath hnn lay a watery bed? The creaking mast above hi head; While 'roun.i the s ip he saw ihe dead. And heard the shnek of dying. Unmoved amid the terror there? The sea w nd playing in his hair? Be stood his vessels t'ate to share, ? Without a moment's fearing. Again his signal gun rang out, Again he hea?d tne dying shout, Bui still his heart was brave and stout, With death so closely nearing. The waves are leaping to and fro, Above the heart that sleeps below, And to his spirit as they flow, In uielony are singine To...

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