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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Glasgow weekly times. — 23 January 1851

tme CJLAItK II. ttltUEl: Viiliune 1 1. GLASGOW WEEK LY TIMES PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY Ufice on Water Street, Up Stairs, door to the Glasgow House. next TKRM83F rtJBUCAT.OJI . For one year, it paid in advance. If not paid before the end of the year CLtEE. S copies! year in advance, 10 20 ' ' 25 ii ao $2 00 ;i 00 9 00 )5 00 25 00 at! oo ao oo TEKM8 OF ADVERTISING. One square, (I2lines or less) One Dollar fur the first, and 00 cents fo reach subsequent insertion. Liberaldediictionsrnado to Merchants and others whoadvertiscby the year. JOB PRINTING. Of every lescription, executed with neatness and dnspalch. onreasonablc terms. ju.itioes'bi.anks and BLANK I)KEC, IVoitly executed, k opt constantly on hand, aaJ for sale love. AOENIB FOB, Tilt ? TFP. . V. B. PALMER, tho American Ne'pnpr Atfent, is the oni auhnrized Aent fur this piper in the cities of Boston, New York Mid l'hiladclphia. Fayette Andrew J. Hcrndon Huntsville W.K. Saoiuel.ti. H. BMrckhurt. - ........ r. Linneus 11. Wilkekson. ...

Publication Title: Glasgow Weekly Times
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Glasgow weekly times. — 23 January 1851

THE TIMES sw;.-. TO ULASflO W, Mo. GEYER ELECTED. We learn by a gentleman who left Boonville yesterday morning, that in formation was received at that place Tuesday evening, announcing the election of Geyer. He was elected on the first ballot, Monday morning. Although the information is not official, it comes to us in a shape which entitles it to credit. U. S. SENATOR. The all absorbing question at Jeffer son, it the election of a United States Senator in place of Col. Benton. Great excitement prevails among the mem bcrt of the Legislature, as will be seen ty our correspondence, and a synopsis of the debate in joint session, in to day's issue. All parties have their family difficulties, but to far, the Amies only have split; but enough have not jet become rcfiattoiy to bring about on election. On Friday last, the following Amies voted for Mr. Geyer, viz: Messrs. Hun ter of Scott, Doheity of De Kolb, Frost of Texas, Harrison of Miller, and Dlack of Wayne, of the House of Representati...

Publication Title: Glasgow Weekly Times
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Glasgow weekly times. — 23 January 1851

Editor's Correspondence Jirr. Citt, Jan. 15tb, 1851. To the Editor of tht Timet: Hiving for several daya been sojourner in (he Capitol of (he Stale, I have had an opportunity to witness, to some extent, the proceedings of the people's representatives. Nothing of interest has yet been done in eith er house. The ballotting for U. S. Sena tor continues from day to day without any change, the last ballot 64 for Geyer, 63 for Benton, and 37 for Green, all parties thus far evincing a firm purpose to hold out to the end. Much is however said, of bargains co alitions. &c. lime must determine whether any of the discreditable arrangements spoken of will be made. The Whigs continue in solid column to vole for Geyer, and will, 1 think, to the end. On yesterday a violent debate was got up between the Benton :. Ami wings in which the mo. unsparing abuse was scattered in -,ery direction, it was In the highest degree personal and abusive. No Whig interfered in this debate except Gen. Clark, and...

Publication Title: Glasgow Weekly Times
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Glasgow weekly times. — 23 January 1851

POETRY. IMAGINARY EVILS. Lei to morrow lake rote of to. morrow;' Leave things of the future to (Me, What's the ue to anticipate sorrow? Life' troubles' come never too late! f to hope overmuch be an erior, 'Tie one thai the wise have preferred: And how often have hearts been in terror Of tviU that ceter occuireil! Lot lo-rnorro take cere of to-morrow; Short and dark aa our life may appear We may make it still darker by sorrow- Still shorter by lolly and tear. Half our troubles are hair our invention, And often from blessings conferred Have we shrunk, in the wild apprehension Of tv;Is that never occurred. r$3?"Attractive a9 home is, there is one other place that is still nearer the human heart, and that is the church yard, which holds our friends. A mother's grave is the Mecca that our memory ever kneels to, be our pilgrimage where it may. ($jp"Men are as easily caught as cat-iish. All that's required is a dif ference in your bait. If you would catch a young man, for instance, bait wi...

Publication Title: Glasgow Weekly Times
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Glasgow weekly times. — 30 January 1851

CUUK II UKELA: "ERROR CEASES TO BE DANGEROUS, WHEN REASON IS LEFT FREE TO COMBAT FT." Jefferson. DIMTOK A: I'liO! ISI I1TOIC . Volume- 11. IV ii in be i 4 8. .GLASGOW WEEKLY TIMES rUDLI'UltD EVERY TIRIUDAY OJict on Water Street, I'p Stain, next door to tlit Glasgow Iluute. Korune year, if paid i advance, It not p&id before the end uf the jear CLUBS. 5 copies 1 var in advanco, 10 " ' " til) " " " !3 3 J (10 15 00 DO (10 TERMS Or ADVtHTlSI.NO. One square, ()2 lines or less,) Onn Dollar tor the first, and SO rents (or each subsequent insertion. Liberal deductions made to Merchants and others who advertise by the yesr. I AOE.NTS rOB TUIS PVPEB. V. B. TALMER, the American Newspaper Agent, is the only authorized Agent fr this pap-riii tho cities of Boston, New York and Philadelphia. h'ayclte Andrew J. Herndon Huntiville W.It.Saniucl.G.H.Burckl.art. ISloomington Thomas (i . Sharp. Linneut II. Wilkfkson. Vam'n-idge John H. Grove. ChUkolheW . C. Samuel. WE daily hear of tho most astonish...

Publication Title: Glasgow Weekly Times
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Glasgow weekly times. — 30 January 1851

THE TIMES (itVSOOW, II . ELECTION OF SENATOR. The Long Agony over Benton laid on the Shelf Geyer elected! We have the pleasure this week of announcing at a fixed fact thai Col Benton, who ha held the office of Sen ator from Missouri "thirty yeari," lias been laid on the shelf, and lion. Henry S. Geye!, of St. Louis, a wmo ! has been elected to the U. S. Senate fur six years, from the 4th of March nex.il The particular of the election will be found under the appropiate head. The result of this election is eminent ly suggestive of comment: comment up on the past history of our State com ment upon the course of Col. Benton and the party which has so long sustain ed him, but which now discards him. and aids in the election of a Whig to fill his place. It is also suggestive of comment and speculation as la the effect it will liuve prospectively, upon our State, and the political parties of which its ri'iz!n are composed; the latter consideration is of minor importance, however, in nny as...

Publication Title: Glasgow Weekly Times
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Glasgow weekly times. — 30 January 1851

MR. GEYER'S LETTER. Wo have not room for the whole of Mr. Geyer's letter Ic Mr. Allen of St. Charles, embodying hit views on the ubject of the constitutional power of Congress over llio subject of slavery in ilia territories and the District of Columbia and the Fugitive slave law, but submit extracts, showing the con clusions to which he has arrived. I therefore say, that i do not believe thai Congress possesses any constitutions! power to establish or prohibit slavery, cither in the Territories or the district of Columbia. Of course, I could not be induced to co-operate in, or countenance any sur.h leg;nalion; but, if the power existed, 1 should be none the less opposed to its exercife. The act for the recovery of Fugitive slaves forma a part of the adjustment, snd is the consideration which induced a portion of the Union to accede to other exceptionable, or less acceptable portions, end cannot now be repealed, or the security it affords bs im paired, without 8 breach offaiih. Il i...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Glasgow weekly times. — 30 January 1851

POETRY. The American Uirl's Son jr. Our hearts lira with oar naiive land, Our tong it for her glory; 11.1 warrior' wreaih i in our han't, Our lips breaths out her iory; Her loliy hil! and yallies giean Are shining blight before ui; And like a rainbow sign ia seen Her proud flag floating o'er us. And there are smites upon our lips; For those who meet with fieemen, For glory's star knows no eclipse, When smiled upon by women, Foi those who brave the mighty de. p , And scorn the threat of danger. We've frmiU s to cheer and teats to wep For every ocean ranger. Oitr hearts are with our r.elivr land, Our soniS are for her freemen, Our piayrr arc for her gallant band, Who strike where honor leads them. We love the laintlets air we breuihe "Tis freedom's holy bower ; We'll twine for hiin an endless wreath Who atom a lyrant'a power. They tell of Fiance's beauties tare, Of Italy's proud daughters, Of Scotland's lassies,' England's f.iir, And nymphs of Shannon's water. We need not boast their ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Glasgow weekly times. — 6 February 1851

meek tm.es. CLARK II KEESi ERROR CEASES TO, BE DANGEROUS, WHEN REASON IS LEFT FREE TO COMBAT IT." Jefferson. liDITOK A IItOI'KIITOK Volume 1 1 ULASUOAV, MISSOURI, THURSDAY, FEBRUARY C, 1851. IN limber 4i, i 3 GLASGOW WEEKLY TIMES rt'DLlaUfcD EVERY THURSDAY. OJjict on Water Street, Up Stain, next door to the Glasgow House, For ono year, if paid in advance, $3 00 If not paid before the end of the year, 3 00 CLUBS. 5 copies 1 year iu advance, 0 00 10 ' " 15 00 30 " 30 00 TCBMS OF ADVEBTISINO. One square, (12 lines or less,) One Dollar tor the Brit, and 50 cents for each subicqucnt insertion. Liberal deductions made to Merchants and others who advertise by the year. AOEKTS rOB TUIS PVPB. V. B. PALMER, the American Newspaper Agent, is Me only authorized Agent for this paper in the cities of Boston, New York and Philadelphia. Fayette Andrew J. Hcrndon. Huntsville W.R.Samucl.G.H.Burckhart. Bloomington Thomas U. Sharp. Linncus H. Wiikebson. Cambridge John II.Gkove. Chi!lkotheV . C. Samuel. ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Glasgow weekly times. — 6 February 1851

THE TIMES ii li A S U O W, Mo. MR. BROAD HE AD'S SPEKCII TUB WHIG PA RTY. We commend the speech of the H n. J AS. O. Bl-.OADIlnAO, of Piko, t.i the cart ful perusal of our readers. The oc ension upon which it was delivered, was one of great interest to tha Whig par ty.and it wiii bo read with interest by ail who have been associated with that parly, from principle, ond who dnsign s;i!l to act with it. The d tie conserva tive ground it lukes, is very opportune at this peculiar li.iie, when men are looking round and examining the polii ical platforms upon which they stand Detuagogncry ar.J fanaticism are rife, end stalk abroad with the rfTion'ciy of l.oncHly ond ihe impudence r. too pretiJing d.-ity of the infernal rcgi.ms new liyiiis are held aloft to de ceive the unwary, while passion is ap pealed to, to arouse iho3o who are not caught by the glare of sophistry. J,, this posture of affairs it well becomes us all to look i(it:nd, and 6co where we stand; tu cxamina the good old Wh; Pl...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Glasgow weekly times. — 6 February 1851

STRAYS POSTED IN JANUARY. BUCH ANNAN COUNTY. Taken up by John Wood, Washington Township, a Grey Mare, 15 hands high, has had (he bighead, between 7 and 0 years o'.d; appraised to 30., , By Alfred Coat, Centre Township, a Sor rel Mare, S years old last spring, 14 J hands high; appraised to 3,r. By Alexander Russell, Washington Town 'hip, a Cay Mare, 3 or 4 years old, 14 hands high, star in the forehead, left hiud foot while; appraised to $50. By Win. Mure, Bloomiiiglon Township, a Grey Mure IY.noy. right eye affected, d years old; appraised to $17 O'J. Uy Thomas Hnush, Jr., I'latto Township, a J5y Mare, small white stripe in tho face, riyht hij shot, 0 years old last spring; Abo, a Sorrel Colt, mare und colt anirais ed to 33 GO. . 1 By CaryB. Whitehecd, Washington Tuwn .;ip, a Bay Roan Mare, Hi hands high, hiud feet white, iaddle marks, snnll roan spot iti the fore! cid, 0 years old last, spring: ap praised to $35. ' By Hsrvey Lin;cy, Marion Township, a My Marr, 7 years old last epri...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Glasgow weekly times. — 6 February 1851

M0BERL Y & FLOOD, Wkoletak f Retail Dealer! in Staple At Fancy "tiry Goods, Boots. Shoe; Halt, '' Cap , Jcc. J-c. k No. 4, Norili Main Sum, Hrunsn icli, JIo. Tko undersigned would take this method ol informing their friends and customers thai they are now receiving directly frum tlie Eas tern cities their Fall and Winter snpulies of Goods, consisting in part of the following ar ticles viz: :)U bales 4-4 br'n domestics; 100 pieces Bleoched do fOO do English American Piin; 50 do French andAmcr Ginghams, oO do Alpacas fancy and black, :t0 do Dress silk &. Satins 'atest styles L'OO coat &. Bod Blankets; 75 pes Satinets 2o pes Ky Jeans; -HI do Cloths dj- Casimers, SO do Plaid Linscys, 50 do Flannel, white, scarlet aud yellow, 200 blanket coats, ready made, 100 cattinet do do do 100 Tweed do do do 00 B'n cloth do do do 800 pair pants do do 201) do Draws do do 40 doz Vest all qualities, 39 dnz white Shirts; 20 doz under do 150 cacs Boots Shoes, r HO do hats and caps; 50 Saddles...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Glasgow weekly times. — 13 February 1851

iiuiiiitaM3imumiJLiJJiiiiMiiujuiiiiiuiijjii,i.iMj w uuwimii ' itmnynmammjuaim wmmrnrntmimmi m mis i mum m iiiwijii nm m inm 1 1 - -hj in 11 i mini iii namm iiiiwimiili i C LA It It II WSCKEXs "ERROR CEASES TO BE DANGEROUS, WHEN REASON IS LEFT FREE TO COMBAT IT." Jeffeuso. e:iites & rKoritiETou. Volume 1 1 . ULASUOW, MISSOURI, Til I'llSDAY, FEBttl'AKY IS, 1S.1I. dumber. 50. GLASGOW WEEKLY TIMES ri'BI.tH!JU EVERY THURSDAY Ojjice on lt'ulcr Strczt, Up Stairs, next door to the Glasgow Ilovse. For nno year, if paid in advance, It' not paid befor-5 tlio end uf tho year CI.HU3. T copies 1 year in udvar.cd, jO .. :,0 " " 11 $3 00 a CO 0 (!0 15 (ID oU 00 TfcBMS OF AM'tKHSISC. One square, (13 lines or le.-s.) One Dollor lor l'.:c lir.t, end SO cents for each subsequent iiiwrtiun. Liberal deduction made to Merchants rind otliern who tdvertUo by ihe jcar. Aor-sri ron Tin i-vrrn. V.13. I'ALMF.K. ihc. American .Nov.. paper Agcr.t, h theuK'y authorised A-ent fr ibis; iinper in the cities of L'...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Glasgow weekly times. — 13 February 1851

THE TIMES U l, X S U O XV , M o . TumSDAYTFElTia, lSSlT OtSkb Sr. Louis ADVEnrisESBWTs The iocality of tho TYsfS -its long establish moot ur.d it? genoral circulation, presents an excellent medium for business men to make their business known to an intelligent and veltliy rouiDiunily. (K7To CoBnESPONPENTs. "Buffalo Lick,' shall have a place next week. "J. T. V." Will fill your order by Mon lay's pfct. "J. IC." Tho publication in f lie paper was word for word li'.e tho original. TEA PARTY. The LaJie of Glasgow and vicinity will givo a Tea Party on Thursday evening, SOth inst , in Messrs. Harri son's new Mill. The proceeds of lite Party arc to be applied to the extinguishment of a debt due fir building (hs Presbyterian Church Edifice. We trust the Ladies will receive liberal encouragement their laudnbla work. in . Telegraph. Tho Telegraph is ir operation between Boonville and Si Louis. Wa ore indebted to the tri weekly Observer for news from Jcf feison. C7VVe aru again placed under ob...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Glasgow weekly times. — 13 February 1851

FAYETTE BANK. Tlio Jcfl'cnon correspondent of the Boonvil'c Observer mndo the following notice of the election of President of the Uranch Bank at Fayette. Many whig have expressed llicir astonishment that Messrs. Clink and Young should have voted for Dr. Lovrry in prefer ence to such on "honest, faithful, and competent" whig as Federal Walk eu; Lut when informed that Mr. Walk er is an " old guird whig," and that Dr. T.owiy was i he father of the State Rights movement lest summer, they then comprehended what Mr. Winston meant by " good and true whigs." They were most probably redeeming pledges made before the- meeting of the Lcgi.; hiture; Con. Claik, wo know, was. Wo quote from tlio (Jbseivcr ISexl camo (La Fayette Branch. Here a coiitkleiaUu caiitcst was hod, and much de late upon the relative mnits ai.d claims o( ceih cci.diJ.'ie. Mr. Ton pkiiis ncu.h.o'ad Federal VaIk er. Mr. King uo;i)ii;slf d Tlios. Jjckson. Mr. Setnee nominated John J. Lov.ry. The vote s:ood for Lowry 7G; Thom...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Glasgow weekly times. — 13 February 1851

STANZAS. by o. a. ros-rctt. When S'idly droops the wrary heart a Beneath the cloudy wings of woe, ' And every gleam of tunthine flics, And leaves the tlotm to howl below, Mow fondly turn we to the breast Which loves us spile of our unrest! When fallows Jaiklir.g fall around The'clierished di earns of youth oi.d hope And shapeless pictures of despair Gleam dark in Life's Kaleidoscope Ah, tweeter than the dew on iLweis, Thai bosom's :gh wo know isoum! When anguish wrings the shivering frame, And dims I ho eye which strains to see Far in the deep horizon's gloom A g!am cf hope w!ire none may be I turn in?, dcaros.1, to thine ryes, And deem their glance the void supplies. Mrs. Partington. "I cant un derstand it," said Mrs. Partington, as the noise of wranalins between two female neighbors greeted her ears, and she closed the door and put cotton beneath her cap to shut out the sound. "I don't under stand why folks can't live together without quarreling. I have prohibi ted in this house w...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Glasgow weekly times. — 20 February 1851

ime CLARK 11 KELXt "ERROR CEASES TO BE DANGEROUS, WHEN REASON IS LEFT FREE TO COMBAT TV' Jefff.ii.son. RIMTOIt A: I'KOl'Itl F.TOlt , Volume 11. GLASGOW WEEKLY TIMES FTBLIsntD EVERY TflVRSDAT. Offict on Water Street, Up Stairs, next door to the Glasgow Route. For one year, if paid In advance, $2 00 It' not paid before the end of the year, 3 00 CLUB!. 0 copies 1 year in advance, 9 00 10 " 15 00 SO 11 " " 30 00 testis or ADVIBTISISO. One square, (12 lines or less,) One Dollar for the first, and 00 cents for each subsequent insertion. Liberal deductions made to Merchants and etlws.jvbo advertise by the year. n WAOSSTS rORTUIS PVFER. V. 0. VALMER, the American Newspaper Agent, is (Ac only authorized Agent for this paper in the cities of Boston, New York and Philadelphia. t'ayette Andrew J. Herndon. Hunttville W.R, Somuel.G.II.Eurckhart. Bloomington ThomasO. Sharp. Linneut H. Wilkebfoji. CamWidge John H. Ghovb. ChillicotheW . C. Samuel. 'T7"E daily hear of the moat astonishing V V cures b...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Glasgow weekly times. — 20 February 1851

THE TIMES OSek St Louis Abveiitisfment5. The locality of llio Timet II long establish ment and its genera) circulation, presents on excellent medium for business men to make their business known to an intelligent and leaithy community. OrAll persons indebted to llie lata firm f Bknso &. Gkeex, or Clark II. Ghee, for subscription, job-work or advertising, are desired to settle their acconiils It is hoped hen such persons read this notice, each and every one will consider il personally addressed to himself. TEA rA llTYl'ostjtoued. In consequence of the inclemency ol the weather, the Ladies Tea Parly has been postponed until next Thrusday evening, 27th hut. New Goods. Mr. J. L Swinney list received a fresh supply of season able goods, to which he calls the alien lion of custoinci s, through our advertis ing columns. Give him a coll and ex amine his sloe!;. Navigation IIcsumcd. The fine little steamer fayaway passed tip on Sunday, on her way to Lexington. The Lighljoot came up to th...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Glasgow weekly times. — 20 February 1851

THE AD- COMPROMISE THE MINISTRATION. Hon. Daniol Webiler woi recently invited to attend a meeting of the citi xem of Westchester county, New York, called for the purpose of approv- ing the compromise measures of the last session. The great "Expounder ef the Constitution" was'unnble to attend, but ha wrote a highly patriotic letter, breathing tho strongest attachment to the Union, tnd against all sectional agitation. In reference to the com promise measures and the administi a tion, he said: "The President's Message at (lie opening of the present session of Congress, expresses fully ar.d plainly disown opinion and the unanimous opinion'of all those associated with him in the execuiive administration of the Government, in regard to what are called the adjustment or Compromise Measures of lest session. That opinion is, that those vicasures should be regarded in principle as a final settlement of the dangerous and ex. citing subjects which they embrace; that though they were not dee fro...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Glasgow weekly times. — 20 February 1851

POETRY, From Blackwood Magazine. The Voice of Nature. Twas in lone sequestered dell, Anil on summer's eve; The sun's last glances lingering Tell, As loth the spot to leave: For never sun more blithely rose Tu light a scene more fair Day never had so sweet a close, Or night a charm so rare." j4nd I have climbed the rocky slesp 1 h it cuts the vale in twain, And gaze adown the lonely sweep Thai seeks the vale sgaio: I gaxVon many a stately dome Or high imperious name, Oh mnny a low and humble home Unglorified by fame: But all are wrapt in deep repose, And not a sound is there To tell Low swift the River Cows Between the banks of Care. Unmarked, the stream of life glides on To that Eternal Sen, Wbcte eorthly sun Lath never shuns, Nor aught of earth can be. And this to me, is as a spe'.l That binds me to the night That bathes each wild untroddea djll In wavos of mystic Lulil. Tbcr aro who say tin's wondrous world Is bet the work of chance; That earth, liko some huge scro!', unfurled, An...

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