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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Sun — 9 June 1855

w SUN. L3) \ ■"¡ra \ v I * f fc. H. BAWUK08 fc CO. THE TOOL. OF NO HAN; THE SLATE OF NO PARTY. PUBLISHERS AND PROPRIETORS VOLUME 1. RICHMOND CITY, TEXAS, SATURDAY, JUNE 9. 1855. NUMBER 22. FERRY.—The publicans informed,that a new Ferry Boat hat been puf ■boat (MM mile above Richmond, the people in ha vicinity and the traveling nity generally. A good road haa beei through the plantations near this ferry, wl naden this road the best and most direct note for these living in Mr. Foster's neighborhood, or near 8an Feline. The boat will be sept in good order and tnvelen will meet with no detention in crossing. vln94f JAS. CHAMBERS. sf job work at the ua- Lav *f i whs de net give express notice to I m wishing to continue hscrihsss srasr thsdi of their then until places without . V i sent to * «neto, tbajr a* held responsible, eensts hanre decided that refusing to take r fren the oflfae, or removing and for, is prima Jam evidence of THC id frane to strength and vigor. Nc usad RADWA YS READY...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Sun — 9 June 1855

% HE TEXAS &UN. EDITOR. r SATURDAY CiicruTiox.— The Texas Son com- with a circulation of eight hundred," with a fair prospect of its increasing to several Ihi—nil daring 1855. It ia the huyt paper published on the river. who irish to make changes in of their paper, will save us a deal of trouble by nairing the Post to which their papers are then sent. (¡EN. P. M. CÍJNEY is a Floater candidate, Aastia and Fort Bend counties in the 1 legislature. 0* We ara authorized So announce J. 8. SUL- LIVAN, Esq., as a Floater candidate to represent Austin and Fort Bend conn tie* in the next Leg- tyOar readers will find Got. Gardner's latter to the Massachusetts Legislature on epr first page. 17 In reply to the Galveston News, we have to state that the members of the Com- mittee appointed by our railroad meeting, are yet busOy engaged in soliciting subscrip- to complete the Harrisburg road to by September next. From the •eel and energy already manifested by the there can be no doubt of their ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Sun — 9 June 1855

& Could the wtiee epoe the expdiency of a division of the State, although perhaps he ought to be is bnr of a division. Mr. Baker regarded the bill as perfectly L The question of hoaadaries r to be Nttled by the General by compact with the State.— wrm two States constitutionally j the present constitution in the r prescribed by tbe Constitution Í— i a thing was impossible. There were w<s precedents eonstruning this con- letio* of the Constitution' especially in i ease of the State of Missouri in the an- i of the Platte purchase. Each coun- ty ¡a the State was typical and Representa- tive of the various Atlantic States. Each ' in the 8tate had different interests, object was to legislate and form a — and laws to suit each State.— as small, but their rights Mt he protected, aad he had always to be at, as at a watchtower, to oppose tge of bills detrimental to their in- Upon tbe principle of political the division of the State was de- He was not anxious that this bill i in its pre...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Sun — 9 June 1855

MiSCiüXATOPÜS, i ñ LCI1X18T. I would all „ _ all of ita Wirf wrought iron work forgod ■7- Bmtf-dmtiaf done oa At moat ■ Tm% in Mi long experience, ha oí giving general ati faction. E. 6. LOVALL Texas. July 29,1854. v2nl0 ^ Temple of H«a«r. TjLEDOE—We will not make, bay, aell, or nae, X aaa Imnta, any spirituous or malt tinaón. •r not; bat will nw all EMPRESARIO TEMPLE Of HONOR, Wo. M, masts at Tsaris^s Hall, oa Morton .treot, oa ths «cat sad tkfrd Fridays in evsrv Aacimt Mcruura,W. C. T. L Loin Kum.W. V. T. Wm. E. Kendall. P. W. c. r. EMPRESARIO DEGREE TEMPLS nrnti at Tssapter's Hall on the fiat Monday even- ing, ia each month Archie McFarlakd, D. T. V. E. KDDAU, D. V. T. Jho. 8. Duval, P. D. T. WOOD RISE SOCIAL DEGREE Temple of Hoaor, No. 16, meats at 'a Hall oa the aecond and fourth Saturdi of each month. Mia. E! A. McMahan, & P. T. ' O. W. McMahan, B. P. T. May 1.1866. vln4-ly TENTH GRAND GIFT DISTRIBUTION OF THB ART UNION SOCIETY. 500,000 GIFTS ▼ALUBD AT Three Hundred Thousa...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Sun — 16 June 1855

"* . 1 9 1L H. RAWLINGS fc CO. THE TOOL OF IVO MAM; TIE SLATE OF If© PARTY. PUBLISHERS AND PROPRIETORS VOLUME 1. RICHMOND CITY, TEXAS, SATURDAY, JUISTE 16. 1855- NUMBER 23. ^SS^orA^Sawisw/^-or. mt eyfc jhw e> toa , fatii MÑSSCVtlMI One eelaaea, payable ipuiti 10 00 35 00 No. 1. Important Medical Discoveries. I THRU I _ : R. R. R. REMEDIES Am the Ml iaasrtant discoveries far the qaick re- ■mlrfttw nut torturing pains, ud the effectual i if iliirniT. **• M' TIm firot of thaw three great , and the eahr weweify ever (iroi to the ~ _ iand eafcebled invalid, victim of the noat tor- Neuralgic, nervous, "8 READY RELIEF, sed by hundreds of thousands i United States, giving instant ease i or richness. One applica- i externally, or afaw diepatahen internally, will i the wfcwr fret the moat violent and a, and matera the week, feeble and tofrftame to strength and vigor. No person r naad RADWAY8 READY RELIEF with- eg some «pedal benefit in leas than fifteen bar its uae. Let those who are now a...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Sun — 16 June 1855

- ,.w dt rf li THE TEXAS SUN. EDIT on. SATURDAY, JUNE 1#, ■ ' ' ii Circulation.— The ?exu json com menced with a circulation ef eight hundred, with a fair prospect of its increasing to several thousand during 1855. it is the largeVt paper published on the i who wish to make changes in ha address of their paper, will save ns a g>oi deal of trouble by nairing the Post • Oft* to which their pape ate then sent. KV We an authorized to announce JUDGE BtJCKLET, as a candidate to represent the West- ern Congressional District in the United States Congress. f GEN. P. M. CUNEY is a Floater candidate, represent Austin and Fort Bend counties in the Legislature. t#" We are authorised to announce J. 8. 8UL- LlVAX, Esq., as a Floater candidate to represent d Fort Bend counties in the next Leg- ' We take much pleasure in calling the of onr readers to the advertisement of Messrs. Winston, Robertson & Co., to be found in another column. One of the firm, Mr. WinitOD, was born and raised in Texa...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Sun — 16 June 1855

aj i S illín a"' From the Washington Union. | WuiCH WaS- RlGHT 1 Lucy Stone's. fipflrr TTinUff, . ..-. - ■'! (ft - .1 _ . . a . • A.? a . I- _ I Idberty of Conscience—The Mcncor s wmm* Jf9 >* In th# United Sutes, llwiigh fvpty nan *1"?^ M p'faws, l.c ram.ot c¿ pleases. So long;. Le:<loes not Make lifi.rciicnl opinion tie guttle of 1.¡m ««- ii tliis Goveriiinvut lias i.eiiLei the right tlie dhtyoitttion to interim* . In jk !íiten *y I* * disciple of iuiarchy or <ieep.>u tsm, provided be does not con: in it any overt •etM Tiolation of the laws and institutions «f his country ; and in religion lie may bc- d*eve i the efficacy of human sac; iiiccs, or "A*' tie faith he professes is the only road to salvation, bat he cannot be pe; milted to offer op human sacrifices or to n.olest his \ fpltow-creature in the common highway of lile under pretence of their being on the In short, he may adopt what provided it does uot lead Mm to violation of the laws and is not in direct opposit...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Sun — 16 June 1855

MISCELLANEOUS. ucauisr. 3. *twl!!e llmMwi**1 •f wA ambiauil in the above ef v. a t-mrai.t. ■ ^^^Mv2nl0 • win net Mb, tar, mU, er an, Kraar EMPRESARIO TEMPLE OF HONOR, •a. M, meate at Ifcrapte'a Ball, «i Martoa atreel M the fint and third lUhrn la way Mat Archik HcFarlaxd, w. C. T. Lark is Martin, W. T. T. VuL Kendall. P. W. C. T. EMPRESARIO DEGREE TEMPLE ■sala aft Taamkr'a Halloa the fint Mondj lac, la each Month. Archie McFarland, D. W. E. Kendall, D. V. T. J no. 8. Octal, P. D. T. WOOD RUTE SOCIAL DEGREE Temple of Honor, No. 16, meets at r*a Hall on the aeeoad and fourth Saturday Mia. E. A. McMahak, & P. T. 6. W. McMahan, B. P. T. May 1. 1855. Tin*-!? TENTH GRAND GIFT DISTRIBUTION OF THE •ART UNION SOCIETY. 500,000 GIFTS VALUED AT .' Three Hundred Thousand Dollar*. Certificates litr this war, One Dollar. of the ART UNION SOCIETY, T2 the occasion ofthis the tenth distribution of the WORKS OF ART, Accumulated by the Society during the past year, would respectfully call the atten...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Sun — 23 June 1855

mTTTTi I II Pi 8UN. ft. H. RAWLINGS * CO. TBI! TOOL OF NO MAW $ THE SLATE OF NO PARTY. PUBLISHERS AND PROPRIETORS VOLUME 1. RICHMOND. CITY. TEXAS, SATURDAY, JUNE 23, 1855. NUMBER 34. S55555 PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY. I.—Two dollar* and * half per annum, in advance; three dollars ¡Í paid in six month* from I ha timo of subscribing; or three dollars and a half if not naid until the end of the year. RATES OF ADVERTISING.—For each square of tight lines or 1ms, first insertion - - f 1 00 Each subsequent insertion .... 50 Business Cards, lines or less per annnm, 10 60 Oaacolnmn, pavaMe qnartcrl* in advance, pa iamúm - - '" - - - 120 W Half column 65 00 Quarter column 35 00 Tb* SUN «See is prepared to execute with neat* Mas sad despatch, ail kinds*# job work at theus- Lsv of Newspapers. 1. Subscriber* who do not give express notice to tb* contrary, are considered a* wishing to continue St If subscribers order the discontinuance of their pi mi. puhlishers^may continué to «end them until X^wE...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Sun — 23 June 1855

THE TEXAS SUS! EDITOR. SATURDAY, «TUNE 23, Circulation. — The Texas Bun com- —erf with a circulation of eight hundred, with a fair prospect of its increasing to several the—ad daring 1855. It is the largest paper published on the i river. i who wish to make changes in of their paper, will save us a deal of trouble by naming the Post i to which their papers are then sent. iy We ara authorized to announce JUDGE BUCKLEY, m a candidate to represent the West- District in the United States XW GEN. P. M. CUNET is a Floater candidate, to wpwiMt Austin and Fort Bend counties in the Mat Legislature. JBT We an authorised to announce J. 8. SUL- LIVAN, Esq., aa a Floater candidate to represent aad Fort Bend counties in the next Leg- Tbe citizens of Richmond have been mak- ing arrangements to celebrate the ensuing Anniversary of American Independence in • Weening manner. We understand that the pupils of the Academy will have appro- priate exercises on the morning of the 4th, •■lywhablyaparty In t...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Sun — 23 June 1855

r é TELEGRAPHIC. oke week LATER FROM EUUGPE. 1IK1TAL of the ATLANTIC. COTTON ADVANCED. tubal great battles. russians DEFEATED. nbwYokl Jane, 12.—The Collins steam- ship Atlantic, Gapt. West, arrived here this «ráiag, with intelligence from Liverpool to tUSdiut, •nd to eorrespndlngly late dates ft— the seat of war, and from the Conti- awt generally. As will be seen, her news is ia all respects of much interest. limps! CsttM ItrkcL The reports of the condition of the Liver- pool cotton market, as shown by the circu- lars brought by the Atlantic, are very favor- Prices are shown to have experienced the advance of ¿d. per pound since last The ssles of the week previous to the de- parture of the Atlantic are reported at the Ughfiguie ef 152,000 hales The «notations are for Fair Orleans 7|d. psr pound; for fair Uplands, 6|d. Of die sale# the week, speculators are reported to have taken 80,000 bales, and exporters 5000 bales. Breadstuff . The Liverpool breadstuff market does aet appear to ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Sun — 23 June 1855

MISCELLANEOUS. MACHINIST. i would _ Port Bend and yifce has recently opened a «hop in Ike cüf ai Richmond, when he is preparad to ¿secuto all kinds *t work embraced in the above line, in all of ita kinds of wrought iron wok forged Horse-shoeing dona aa the moat Trusting in lua long experience, be t of giving general satisfaction. E. G. LOYALL Tens, July 29,1854. vSnlO Teaplc of H«Mr. ULEDGE—We will not make, buy, aell, or use, A aaa" berenga, any spirituous or malt liquora, wine or eider, or any other alcoholic beverage,— * «aerated or not; bat will nae all hanor- i to prevent their and this pledge we will keep and inviolate to the end of life. EMPRESARIO TEMPLE OF MONO*, Ho. 16, meets at Tempter's Ball, on Morton street, on On first and third Fridm in ever j month. Abgob McFarland, W. C. T. | Lain Habto, W. V. T. fin. £. Kendall. p. W. C. T. EMPRESARIO DEGREE TEMPLE at Templcr's Hall on the first Monday in each month. Archie McFarland, D. T. XT. E. Kendall, D. V. T. Jho. S. Duval, ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Sun — 21 July 1855

ú aéifWflWNADVTS. TEXAS SUN. 1. H. RAWLINGS & GO. THE TOOL OP HO MAI; TOE SLATE OF IVO PARTY. PUBLISHERS AND PROPRIETOR VOLUME 1. RICHMOND CITY, TEXAS, SATURDAY, JULY 21. 1855. NUIilBER 28. t \ > i \ i * SXJ3ST PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY. TERMS.—Two dollars and a half per annum, in limi i. three dollars if paid in aix months from the time of subscribing; or three dollars and a half If not Mid until the end of tbe year. RATES OF ADVERTISING.—For each square of «jfit lines or less, first insertion • - $1 00 1 insertion ... - 50 i Curds, tight lines or less per annnm, 10 00 Om eohunn, payable quarterly in advance, per annum .... - 135 00 H.lf eohunn «ó 00 Quarter column - - - - -35 00 The SUN office is prepared to execute with neat- 1 lands of job work at the us- No. 2. R. R. R., No. 2. A New Principle discovered in Medicine to Cure old Diseases, Scrofula, Bad Humors, Syphilis, Frightful Sores, Ulcers, Fever Sores Eruptions of the Skin. BADWAY's renovating resolvent. This remedy, ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Sun — 21 July 1855

*1 THE TEXAS SUN. % i i t \ EDITOE. SATURDAY, JULY.81.H- Cikculatiox.— The Texas Sun com- ■Wted with a circulation of eight hundred, with a fair prospect of its increasing to several thousand during 1855. It is the largest paper published on the i river. FOB GCjJTEKXOR- E. M. PEASE, FOB UEI7TENAXT GOVKRXOK. EL R RUNNELS, OF BOWIE COUNTY. FOB CONGRESS. BON. F. H. BELL, 17* GEN. P. M. CUNEY ii a Floater caiulklato, to represent Austin aud Fort BinJ counties in the t Legislature. tW We are authorized to announce J. £?. SUL- LIVAN, Esq., as a Floater candidate to represent and Fort Bend counties in the next Lcg- ' The mail subscribers to the Rich- Recorder, whose subscription time i carried out with the Texas Sun, will re their accounts enclosed in their res- pective papers of tliis week's issue. We hope they will forward by return mail, at our risk, the several amounts, taking the precaution to register their letters. We dis- continue no paper until all arrearages arc paid. Judge Bcckl...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Sun — 21 July 1855

/i*i VRSTOW ADVF8. m Dr. Dickson's True Position. The Central Texian, Houston Telegraph ■ad Nacogdoches Chronicle, are snpporting Dr. Dickson for Governor, as they say, in opposition to Governor Pease on the internal improvement question. We have shown heretofore that Governor Pease raises no is- sue on that question, hut leaves it where it belong*, with the people and their repre- sentatives. ^o* we do not, we cannot silentlv allow those papers to assume a position in the light -while their true one is in the dark. Come, gentlemen, trot out your na^js, on a clear and level track! exhibit them, uncovered to the people as they are, that those inter- ested may have an open, noon-day field to select from the stud the blooded steeds! Shove your veils aside and like men ac- knowledge the corn! Say at once that you are all members of the Know-Nothing partv; that Dickson, Jowers and Hancock are ■embers and nominees of the Know Noth- ing party ; that you support them because and only becaus...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Sun — 21 July 1855

i r at j If miscellaneous. machinist. IE undersigned would respectfully inform the citizens of Fort Bend and adjoining counties, he has recently opened a shop in the city of unond, where he is prepared to execute all kinds •f work embraced in the above line, in all of its fcnwW ; All kinds of wrought iron work forged fcf machinery. Horse-shoeing done on the most u Trusting in his long experience, he t of giving general satisfaction. E. G. LOVALL. , Texas, July 29,1854. vinlO Temple of* Honor. *5E—We will not make, buy, sell, or use, I beverage, any spirituous or malt liquors, or eider, or any other alcoholic beverage,— r enumerated or not; bat will ase all honor- us to prevent their manufacture or use, or tfca traffic therein, and this pledge we will keep and Maintain inviolate to the end of life. EMPRESARIO TEMPLE OF IIOXOR, V*. 16, meets at Tempter's Hall, on Morton street, W A* flrst and third Fridays in every month. Archíe McFarlasd, W. C. T. | Larkin Martin, W. V. T. Wm. E. Ken...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Sun — 28 July 1855

i i ail VRSTftV ADVTt . *.8. liAKvroa. am it. H. BAWLING S & CO. THE TOOL OF MO 1M; THE SLATE Of AO PARTY. PUBLISHES S AND PROPRIETOR^ VOLUME 1. RICEEMOZSTD CITY, TEXAS, SATURDAY, JULY 28. 1855. NUMBER £9. r PUBLISHED EVEUY SATUEDAT. TERMS.—Two dollars and a half per annum, in Advance; three dolíais if paid in six months from the time of scbscilbing; or three dollars and a half If not paid naiil the end of the year. RATES OF advertising.—For each square bf tight lines or less, first insertion - - #1 00 Each subsequent insc.,ion - - - - 50 Business Cuds, eight lines o« less per annum, 10 00 One column, payable quaileilj in advance, per annum ----- 125 00 Half column ----- - ® J® tylsrter column - - - - - 3o CO The SUN office is prepared to execute with neat- faess and despatch, all kinds of job work at the us- ual rates. The Law of Newspapers. 1. Subscribers who do not give express notice to the contrary, are considered as wishing to continue their subscriptions. - ... 2. If subs...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Sun — 28 July 1855

mmMmm tm Xmw u'taSf fe^Bbie U mmm THE TEXAS SUN. EDITOR. Saturday, July 28, íass. Circulation. — The Texas San com- with a circulation of eight hundred, With a fair prospect ofits increasing to several 4omnd daring 1855. It is the largest paper published on the i river. FOB GOVERNOR- E. M. PEASE, fOR LIEUTENANT GOVERNOR. B. R RUNNELS, at BOWIE COCXTT. FOR CONGRESS. P. B. BELL, %y GEN. P. M. CUNEY is a Floater candidate, to ««present Austin and Fort Bend counties in the Mzt Legislature.' ty We ar authorised to announce J. S. SUL- LltAN, Esq., as a Floater candidate to represent infia and Fort Bend counties is the next Leg- ¿Utare. CT*We aré authorised to announce Col. AN- DREW NEILL, as a candidate for the office of Lieutenant Governor, at the approaching election im Aagust next. py The absenoe of the editor must be «or apolog'y for the dearth of editorial mat- ter in this week's? issue". UT The present season so far, seems to be nothing but a daguerreotype of the last fear. For seve...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Sun — 28 July 1855

* ' V '*1 — The St Lou* Republican has tbe follow- ing interesting letter, dated Great Salt Lake Cite, May 31st. Ibare rastrel ing tour through the southern settlements of hare just b returned from a very interest- a/sas Utah, in company with Got. Young and nity, and was much surprised and gratified «o tee so great an advancement in improve- ments and in the cultivation of the soil. I was also surprised to find so great an area of arable land m this mountainous country. We examined a very rich coal bed in San Peter Valley, which was recently discover- ed, and found It composed of three layers of two and a half, three and a half and five feet, one above the other, and but a thin layer of rode between each. It is clean bitmféos coal, of an excellent quality, and burns freely, as we ascertained by making a fire with it on the ground. It lays in the groand at an angle of about five or six de- grees. It is very accessible and abundant. Tbe State House at Fillmore, the present •eat of gov...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Sun — 28 July 1855

B f mm " -«em •*. -£"*=■ % •~>^v ■.-- MISCELLANEOUS. IACU.\IST. I would respectfully inform the Port Bend and adjoining counties, he has recently opened a shop in the city of Kichaaod, where he is prepared to execute all kinds •f work embraced in the above line, in all of its branches; All kinds of wrought iron work forged for machinery, Horse-shoeing done on the most fnueii.il plan. Trusting in his long experience, he Mi confident of giving general satisfaction. E. G. LOVALL. Richmond, Texas, July 29,1654. v2nl0 HOTELS. Teaiple •!* Hoacr. ot make, buy, sell, or use Kirituous or malt liquors, wr alcoholic beverage,— 1 ór not; but will use all honor- -J to pirevent their manufacture or use, or : therein, and this pledge we will keep and i inviolate to the end óf Ufo. , «M EMPRESA MO TEMPLE OF HONOR, V*. M, Mala at Templer's Hall, on Morton street, « the first and third Fridays in every month. Archie McFarlaxd, w. C. T. | Larkih Marte , W. V. T. Vil E. Kendall. P. W. C. T. EMPRESAR...

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