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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly State Gazette — 22 November 1873

«¡¡p -B FOR U2«- TOB, t; K-rirk* candidi of our mm '?FO- •: br rail for ...t,,-j ..,! are sr. nanarea not yetiagfeWrtd.'fceit them to the scratch or never claim election. Every forooon * Beoj this io j-ewht^wp- ría -* the movement ¡a ease ol No 3 Md their the Lee attend Celo. Iter nnder at ite adora the The to it twice as cúgle the fifth of w. cages ot aiñld * wtfc- •• • m mci jog elepb*tst gg jstsksí 5 The. new rill greatly cf that wiil do jmoM GArietjrK Huffman, 1tw stage . « - • •bout $300 our of im by « which mercantile «ai sum •v The i ago. The Editor State Gazette: River comes to you, as locratic journalist, to a>k ios io behalf of another tic journalist., «bo, from the period In which Democracy wn io this State, has been its watering advocate. A with Hamilton Stuart, of the Democratic State Conven- W by artielea writ- jj tso at Austin, having wide dissemina- ' a greatdeal to gave the State tke ftood oí Taylortsm which er a large part at ihe South, ¡bráitar oi Northern y, F...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly State Gazette — 22 November 1873

tóú íéid : enslavement and the a¡, and is me Wm'rn , !fesas a «n$ tfia 7S SL¿ HP Sta ily styled, \s in its ing it about the iment in the world. To iisve faoen tiwn oí ftixtient Rome or Greece to bare sovereign right , bat in degenerate days to be ta Ameri- to ment of a foreign govern! port unity to Insult and name. The Vaginitis waa 9 ' "" "*' ^ took a board, on tba after a *MT ca and Cu she was ca oofc. ' " Qgyog J S3 tO t . HON. JO % W Wbi TM Bowtre—Panola. 8 A WÜaon :*-T CB F J 5t F O'Neii WJ Swain -Bed River. J L Hoitert—Navarro. J Upttegrjve-—Hunt. ¿ P M&xuy—Lamar. Charles LCIereiuid— 1 B Piereim—Fort Beo3. ííijmut Cook- Harris. M Joto 8 Ghtetiy ~Sao Jacio rmao. in CabftE Was era or - - - - " the prise si Santiago jde Cuba, principal «aptain am " icrew/to oar- "ítí% p~oi the moc!l ; had been shot. With *w nothing to do, bat , • • BB0 smtue? was nrged in 1 their Besamon away tbeir r aav , • '* . f Ü1 t, iwo tor- [ of íbe revelation; in the, freedom conversion " and their pro...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly State Gazette — 28 August 1875

8. SAYAL ACADEMY. EARLY TIMES IN AUSTIN Alexander's Column "When Austin was the disputed ground of the savage and "white man—the white man ruling by day, and the Comanche by night—there lived in this, then, village, among other noted characters, two, the ALEXANDER'S subjects of this sketch. The o PECTORAL Respectfullv requests the attention of the Citizens of Austin that he is SOLE AGENTT0R/TBAVT8 COUNTY ígSÉg For the cure of COTJGIIS. COIYDS, IXFLÜ KNZAvBM^b^InSÍ?^BOÜP And all Diseases which have their Seat in the Mucous Membranes of the Bronchial Tubes and air passages of the Lungs. this medicine is prepared liable and efficient 'SREar y be used with the most re- known to the with entire con- In its preparation the greatest care procure tie best and purest articles, ingredients entering into the of onrPectoral Syrup are intro- duced in such proportions that in their com- bined action their greatest activity and effi- cacy are obtained. Its anodyne and expec- torant properties rend...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly State Gazette — 28 August 1875

thfl /jrdzstta • .-7 * - v ™ *cf¿?pr?SCT • DAJXT. Iw lax Sm n& Í2S 1Ü 00 IB W 80 00 • t * so FIFW" I ' ~ r'i I 1 4 ■ «0 100 30 40 30 « 70 80 140 kv . 7m XT. ' i 3 M. 6 HO. 12 MO. $750 S 12 00 $ 25 00 13 0C is 00 35 GO 10 00 25 00 4000 30 00 30 80 SS 00 35 00 55 00 30 00 40 00 «0 00 Sevéá.,. 35 00 45 00 68 00 Half colman 40 00 TO 00 9500 Two-thirds coPm 53 00 80 00 106 00 ftae column T5 00 126 00 #>« "3 ítáicht lines) Í1 for first insiiriícn* f*lóíi subsequent insertion; * I next to h insertion.; Daily an , 25 per oent, discount. Eight gnSHM ÜB paymbst qüartkrx.y i* advaifcb. NOTICE.—All communications should be iddmoao^to u Editor State Gazette." uro uní cations addressed to this r Ink and on one side ° P° JOH^D. ELLIOTT. ptJB FUTFOSn. .The election of the Supreme, District and ?i}nty Court Judges by the people. A reduc- l in t&e naybqr of District Judges, as well their salaries," %e election of the Attor- , Secretary of State gad State Be- | porter by the people. A reduc...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly State Gazette — 28 August 1875

- Propretor. ==========£, 1875. rs. of a Democratic Norn- lats Assistant Ser- iate, has consented to Sergeant at Arms of augttf ! to announce the name of i a candidate for the ,__J Collector of Travis : to 3te action of the Demo I to announce A. R. MOH- the office of Asees ■ Taxes for Travis county, at i election; subject to the d< ": Convention. error, and so poor Paul, who Bd his loose change on a game of chance down m. "Mexico,•? witthave a good opportunity Of learning that truly he way of the transgressor is hard. .Then aune on to be heard the case of the city vs. 8am M.ann for disturbing the peace of others by disorderly and obstreperous con- duct, accompanied by lond, vociferous, profane language. Defen- dant's attorneys, Ward & Yonng Robert- son, called for & jury, but the city attor- ney succeeded in convincing this jury of ~ immy's guilt, and now said Samuel is lying the penalty of his indiscretion, ¡2 80, with the sweat of his brow on the streets of the city. Ne...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly State Gazette — 28 August 1875

Ditch act passed by j red I fi . XcNally is preparing to i i the mü&M whatever he® find f The people of Williamson county, fiois, are organizing armed ¿ L outlawry. ¡ Democratic jsewsjmpers in Cal- ifornia. are edited by -women. ~ fbeereior them, io? tliey «e yorth-y of pha^Ti w..: ■' ——*+*—- I 'Fee Colorado river has been spanned a wagon bridge at Columbas. The be ready for travel by the iber. ictyer, while camped upon kin six miles of San An- gras robbed of over two hundred i in gold and silver. ' Tsj er has ijftiín ejected as the place of the State Grange next The present officers and executive wjjl boid oyer another year. It will be seen from Governor Coke's proclamation in another column, that the £onstitational Convention will convene pa thf first Monday in the next month. The injuries to Edwin Booth, who was ¿brown from his carriage a few days ¿ago, are not so serious as wag anticipated and he will not be con fined to his ■ more than a couple of weeks. Mexican papers asse...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly State Gazette — 9 September 1876

'* ■ -V v '* " •> i . % i*. _ a-A — ■— % ■ ' ■ .r'L, .vwJBS IIP® EÍ1§^ H iüiit character, ^pratectím or polktí duty. who «Kir. mm the óke ia hef r Tighter found ia the oast. «KSESS are te be held at by accltniatioa, i is the title of a UCOM cow sad a&itfld : formerly of t Round Rock, ofleara- city, *ud wiü ^ive K high educated at the ical College at is a true Southrou. We to the Sn and ita worthy W. M. Rest has been ¿stained r his constituents and they are solicit- ed hid name f r re-election, it for «anted he will be i on a ▼isit to Beguin and receive# a deserved from the Gaadalape Times. Lieutenant- withoot hóáór ib his Not a stogie Democratic of tirenty port him for the protracted illnesa Of Clerk of the Court of * * safferiag fro is left iii a very Ke has our sympathy for a speedy recovery, train of cars and it ex- will mi& be et -during his So ;ler has returned ur, and representa, with> many iitieral ag á desperate aal Jen and Hendricks, acd they wHi certainly. ca...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly State Gazette — 9 September 1876

s í' ^ (^ - ting lmpftr- I w Mr. not as a I BOír iüÉ¿' ttfsn one áaá a quarter pier r. ■ - . ■ • ájfo^gpr1 tha be Hie FrcsW of thfc...... HBpHPIP^H tori appointed;' and if then; be more t>«e who have such a majority, and all equftl number of votes; then the House of.I^epr sentutivcs shitfl immedi- ; and if ao psrsofl .have a ma- froai the five highest ou the shall .in like manner President. Bat in choosing the votes «htil be taken by States, the re presentation from, each Suite having one vote, A fjuonwfor tiiis purpose shall,ponsisfc of a hiember, or members, frocs two-thirds jfÉfjthe shaft Be ar oessury to a clioice. lit every case, after the clioice of a President, the person having the greatest number of votes of the electors shall be the Vice- - V-"- prospcct of the a single State. .of Dallas tbere is no eártliíy COOPEK But it might uirn out, in a close eontest, tíiat tfb election would be declared from the returns of the electoral colleges and the doty misfit stiff devolve ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly State Gazette — 9 September 1876

any other SB tí** • ytjMxiil mm wlien ev< . followed by >r BtU or _ áabaná&it: ítrítb >ivt V.iii. . a^j>polffltmon así£ü)íidj^ai rich. are I ,. _^resai/in. wlrea iubo$';bi}s to bear fhü skiuMe luniiac'voi payiag far *° TU''t. int3Dca'tUr3i,;.r'J- whieii coEtr :cís i'ie £aai<f not th;> cua- >■! Ri.%auy wLich; contracts bnsi- ■■fe filiacj of. th¿fji(ie¿ sir caatd fea rt- ! arbitrarily i tersas of ibfc currency. Ab sot o««tf o<i of iraiiaess whicii is piofitnbSe to a A trtui .deal of the üepressUm tíotV existiug is tins repressioo of üaildiasc rsüironda in advauce of the wants of business at extravagant prices, nfed fey the aid of State, couaty ami ruu- nici;«d honda. We arc now meeting th«? diFénted bi^W the-only t«4¿ source of prosperity. Tite aaseant of money in bifculation will detisnd on the real rle- jpands of business^ It* .«rvwusion and contraction are the effects of what we There is BO escape from the mevilabij was How of sale, the wheat crop found ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly State Gazette — 9 September 1876

^JSS-KsS KSrlSr -■■.."y- '• :, ;' —W JPlf' 1 M !B HPj^BRMknqpMflfeQiMR ¿/- *Wf• • -,' •■ >Í . ¿**g: f. - NfWf favor of I in the fa! i the bar- bie on „ hciwirsil-klt Jf 12 v _ jj i L H Wit •--- iJv'fc. Ihuv tteft -WWWrW ,w *y a* tripuda uli the way take these Khlgh . H The resalí I strength tete for - "me nationally reform#' that that he has • • • •>' "gentle Hsi K§15Ej «üi the towns, or three families into a small mem. |G&k where, thiaiv sick, ahame- .. • ÜM I —1 much off! dr «4 nature's them ft til i fata But as good in the dayi 1 trf\rau g tented he own a :*.?wy HMH|H j towns. us fhe State ivrebi- fe&tures of which the wealthier it vaiu. Certain it is that , as enthusiastic poli- i a few years ago, and i decided thai are not the administration has sent will vote for it is notable aus vote ire die i evident that the Prices of nil perch- are much reduced. and productions, are reduc- tbirlj-tLrve per cent much, though ay forced sales, IpPMIt' tch requiring a sale thus ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly State Gazette — 19 January 1878

* if' . 3 .-;* • • - í .* ■■: •-.<- ' üíW-^®& WPí "" ; : ■ ' mvsr:-¿^s, } jgl§§ A T^' JP ■mm ELLIOTT, - , JANUARY 19, 1878. AUSTIN, TEXAS, E:;:::::¥£ 8 The Cost of Production GEOLOGICAL SURVEY OF LEGAL ADYEETISEMEgTS,: THE STATE OF TEXAS—TV) the STUwif or <m* LEU OUT TO DIE. MATERIALISM. DAVIS. Conttaole of Tía vis It mi the New EogUnd aa . I J i V - 4? Payable in Á.ívaiióó. -IDVEKTI8XÑO HATES .I -'i; daily. $ 2 SO ¡j tj ■$ « i W $ 15 of Southern im 4/ nr. is mo. 6 ho. * 7 50 ¡2 1 lfl 00 t LI DO 18 00 as® M 00 00 00 «I 75 00 Douglass de- tlic prerogatives ra citizens and the sections. Their the massacre nts to Kansas and . for first insertion sent Insertion. xt to rondicj? matter, t. SStfht a local column, 30 «tents PATinnrt qbabtkri ? ui advance. NOTICE.—All communications should bo •diemedto "Editor State Gazette." VA11 communications addressed to this office, must be written In Ink anden eno side only. toinaure tbnlr publication. • JOHN D. ELLIOTT TROUBLE AT EL PASO. O ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly State Gazette — 19 January 1878

Mm wounde í.35 | tcr G stanti SP^ Fcrty-filth Congress. | r, January 14,—áiSK¿~ 3— of New York, prescat- a memorial lrom the New York of Commerce la favor of the a law to equitably adjust er- the Committee on Fíeaftce. Heafso | gen ted a petition of more than "1000 bankers, merchants, ami others, of lies? York City, in favor oí a repeal of the- bankrupt law, which was referred 4o tie Judiciary Committee. Senator Edmunds's resolution ¡ amendatory of Senator Matthews's read; "Bé it enacted, that all the bonds of t^e United States issued of authorized to be iasaed by Congress are payable, prio clpai and interest, in ¿ólá'or its equiva- lent, and that any other payment out the consent ef the creditors woiiH be in violation of the public faith and derogation of tbeir rigbts." Tu/ks y re ^ginning to fear the Russians Íníí-Í5ii t?> pus.i on te the capital. The chjfetis® of irdrianop'e will probably not ba attempted. The remaining Turkish forces, will bo rallied at the capital. Sime of T...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly State Gazette — 19 January 1878

- > Tex report giving mhi iexicahs all Uhited sposed __ _ lili on the 12tli instant at Live Oik chur£ii7 to ascertain the feeling, of; the commu- nity with regard to whit seemed from Lieutenant Tajes' report, an outrage and insult directly aimed at Texas by the Mexicans on the Bio Grande, ñ íffh At the appointed tim¡e a large bcr asaembied. ífeenerai WiHinnv J>el nam being elected chairman, explained «.he object o! the meeting and caused the report of Lieutenant Tayes to be read. He made a' few pertinent re- marks on the subject in hand. Spolje of it as an unjustifiable act on tli$ part of the part of the Mexicans as being un- precedented in the history of civilized communities that des"e peace or respect the rights of others. He said further, that he regarded ft an act that called fo: an expression of indignation from eren citizen of the United States, and espe- cially of Texas. His remarks met with a he irty response from all presept. A committte was appoiatcd to draft resol...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly State Gazette — 19 January 1878

. , :■ -11, ... , '" 1' ~ I Í & • .. * ,/v, > 8AZETTE IT, . __ >—IIOÜ8K.— ning, was the t reported of the the j the 1 in re- spart- tíossip. ,r;: ; Scbarz say he never wrote the l«t.er of resignation, nor thought «boat it. Licnt. Bullís, after testifying before the commission, left for the Texas bor- rthÍE Col. Sbafter was before the Commit- *h<rn- chAMtes shall ^ on FoTelga ASair3 to dfty> wheB the consideration of the diplomatic sitna- i;oa t ct ween tlie two countries was 'i offered as a snb- that such be presetted to the Howe in writin After a long discussion in comn of the whole, Hale's satatúate was Adopted and reported to the House, hat, ding action, the Honse adjourned. If. Cox, of New York, introduced a 1 for the coinage of silver five cent pieces, legal-tender for $5, and discon- tinue the coinage of nickles. Ur. Lattrell introduced a bill for bid- ding the employment of Chinese on United States works or on vessels bear- ing the United States flag. Violatio...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly State Gazette — 26 January 1878

■ " ■■■ " EilHS - ->• the State Cazóte * éftr {.NUMBER 12. AUSTIN, TEXAS MEXICAN EXTfiAMT/ON. Written tot the THE APPLE. BY M. B. CAVIj. world is ble! ADYESHTISING RATES m Z 7 S i ' ^ rNuiiii tt Unas; SI for am OCEEiJLBOAOS.„ Colonel Korphls is a facile writer .« humorous forcible bits on the abuser of society. Here is bis latest: Nó juryman in our Slate can doubt the great benefit of railroads of Texas, for many of our cities have been made, many thousands of citizens and many lions of dollars have lieen added by robbed, postoffices robbed and burned, m to tbe commonwealth. hundreds of citizens killed and some tor- OalvestoD, Houston, Austin, Dallas. and Waco, besides many other e cities of Texas, aré greatly in- ed for trie out to this world, while every acre of land on be Texas and Pacific, * C. 1Í., and the Galveston, HoUS- Saa Antonio mimada, baa been increased in value, and the com- of the civilized world have them wflfón the reach of their en jomen t and com our met ▼wNct ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly State Gazette — 26 January 1878

v.'-;. mm I. 187?. City the Crossing ®f the Rio Grand e. ;' I" of Mexico, January 18.—The ' government has instructed an inquiry to ascertain what officers of Hie Mexican army invited Lieutenant Ward, of the United States forces to cross into Mcx ico. The government has determined to oppose the fussing of the boundary by American troops. i Urge nam- of Ulster, and other conn ties Fork, in "favor of the remonetí- ' silver. Laid on the table, the to the Senate, sabmit- j that and inexpedient to im- " ked for 'hy i to provide ira sinking directing the Secretary not to ue any more bonds for the liqai- l of the peblic debt until directed to do ao by Congress. Laid over for the present, and ordered to be printed. Horns—Mr. - Chalmers introduced a Pacific railroad bill, looking to a térmi- nos at Vicksburg. WAsauaoTon, January 81^-Tbe «b- on elections heard Ml. Bar- i contestant from the sec- The Eastern War. oad district of Florida, on an applica- tion to take further evidence. No con- os...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly State Gazette — 26 January 1878

&£m7¡ ■ - m- ¡£ /. bibbb s¡3b8& KSPPspI S rfg " ' ■■ -■ ;-- PPPIB l^lte S-V ¡Hü i is the only paper in Texas that > against the poeUioas &i Senator i ia his recent great speech no i or currency question. The ¡has national tender, and cannot f in that respect. If this i of the greenback theory or party • fa? ■'* ¡Ü the Federal Constitution ia gold and silver, and the Democracy cannot tion a departure from a strict tion of the organic law. The cratic party denounced, in terms, from otean to ocean, the decision of a packed Supreme bench sanctioning the legal tender notes of the Un itcd avernment, and it was not pretended to Ja_-4**S8ed exjeept aa a war meara re. It was the plea of tyrants, the « necessitate rei, which it was approved. This no longer exists, and it cannot be pretended that Ibe Federal government, whose powers are defined and limited by the Federal Constitution, can substitute paper for coin as a legal tender Ipr any character of dues. The West, from its h...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly State Gazette — 26 January 1878

m in liVirwiiMt «I tion of oT Mississippi; m eulogy bilhe bite Sen- ator Morton, was generally admired. It exceeded in patboe, and was hardly short in poetry of the closing ham ague delivered by Senator Voorbecs. the i°g- The Senate, as a further mark of re- spect, on motion of Senator Voorheee, district court of North Carolina, has en- countered no oppósfHbn la the commis- sion and will be reported with the rec- ommendation that it pass. . .J sl ítjt -tT i it ff Jones, ci HOW Washington, January 17.—The Com- mittee on Privileges and Elections of the House meets in full session to-mor- row to take final action on the CaU^orcia Richardson v, Rainey, from Qswrtb lina, and adjourned to Monday. The Committee on Foreign Affairs heard General Steele, Adjutant General ot Texas, regarding border affairs. 'No ; i 5r MWjr-WLWWPlgHi the & com in the internal , industrial de- of 'We mTnt, fore Mr.JStephen's committee regarding Iver coinage. The Committee on Pennon this morn- ng Kiia . .^..¡...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly State Gazette — 2 February 1878

gtTBPCKiraiOS.i : „ >ULT IS months, city.*— 812 00 6 " Í - :::: i * m 3 " Payable ui A.lvancc>. advertising rates d4h.t. iff*:;- 13 mo inchkt*. ti mo. tó 00 Í *. Unes) fl for first insertion ^sequent insertion. ^ . ¡ Special notices next to reading matter, - Are each insertion.; Daily and bined, 25 por eeat. discount. Eight , one square. , UL n ioosieoiumn, 80 cenU wholesome PATSWirr QPARCXRX.T IW ASVANGB. NOTICE.—AU communication should be «dtewedto "BditorStateGazette." Sf~Ml communications addressed to this office, must be written in ink and «a one side on! r. to insure their publication. JOHN D. ELLIOTT - Mi t ; A That article in a Corsicnna paper speaking of a recent marriage as the most wonderful event ever transpiring in that place, must have been written by one "green from the States^" That a lure Lieutenant Governor from the new State ol Nevada leading a belle of that city to the altar, should create some stir is not surprising, but it dont begin to couioaro with that...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly State Gazette — 2 February 1878

■ ' ■■ ■ . . .;. ; . .-.i;. -- ■ ' .. ■ i \ . . m ii i. The Pope oh the War-path. 2. 1877. London, January 29,—A Times'Rome dispatch says that the Pope is preparing, jj Fob san Antonro—dark and t an ulloeution against Russia, for tlie pi r- ~®cott's^,tag8 I'^fe now run secutioQ of the Church ia Poland, nixt S !° sud*™m New Marton, miking HSR Jacaary 28.—Sir Stafford said that no intimation had armistice signed, were not jet officially communicated as F Count Schonvaloff, the Tbeterms are • as printed this morning Sir Stafford also said that expresa no opinion which i usc-d for the guidance oí Tur- bo considered the terms of a Tery «weeping character. The autono- my for Bulgaria wa not that agreed upon by the Constantinople conference. Regarding tributaries becoming inde- pendent, he would say nothing, but it must raise difficult questions since it toochcs other interests. The indemnity condition is very elastic. How Russia may elect to take indemnity, and what territory she may ask ...

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