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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian. — 27 September 1855

V El)c Sfcffcrsonian. THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER , 271855. Tho Secretary of the Easton and Stroudsburg Telegraph company, Lewis D. Yah, requests us to announce tbat be is now prepared to issue ccrtiflcates of stock to persons producing both of tbe contractor's' receipts. Tho American Mass Meeting. According to previous arrangements, tbe American Mass Meeting, came off in this place, on Friday last. The meeting, in point of numbers, was not as large as many had anticipated it would be, but taking every thing into consideration, tbe ebort time in which is was .got up, tbe the many disadvantages the party labor under iu this County, and the unfavora ble state of the weather in the morning, the meeting was a very creditable affair. The speakers, on the occasion, were the Hon. E. Joy Morris, and H. L. Smith, of Philadelphia. The meeting organized about 2 o'clock, P. M. by the appointment of Dr Syden ham Walton, of Stroudsburg, as Presi dent, and a number of Vice Presidents, &c. The Hon. E.J...

Publication Title: Jeffersonian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian. — 27 September 1855

To the Voters of Monroe Cunty. Fellow Citizens. At the tolicitstion of numerous friends. I am induced to of fer myself as a candidate for the office of County Treasurer, Tit the ensuing election. Should I be so fortunate as to be elected, I pledge my- aeu to penorm the duties of the office in person ana witn strict hdelity. EDWARD BROWN. Stroud tsp., Sept. 27, 1855. To the Voters of Monroe County Fellow-Citizens. At the solicitation of many friends. I am induced to offer my self as a candidate for the office of County Commissioner. -Should I be elected, I pledge myself to .perform the duties of the office faithfully and impartially to the best of my ability. NICHOLAS METZGAR. Hamilton, Sept. 27, 1855. To the Electors of Monroe County,' At the solicitation of many friends, I nm induced to offer myself as a candi date for the office of County Commissioner, -at the coming election.. Should I be so fortunate as to be elected, I pledge my self to perform the duties of the office with fid...

Publication Title: Jeffersonian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian. — 27 September 1855

F)rt Jcrvis,Mauch Chunk and Scra?iton STAG-IE OWES. The Stroudsburg and Easton mail line of stages, consists of excellent four horse caches, and leaves J. J- Postens In dian Queen Hotel, Siroudsburg, Pa. every day (except Sundays) at 7 n Hock a. m. ar ming in Easton before the departure of th cars for New York, or stages lo Bethlehem A llnnllllVn. Aline loMauch Chunk, leaving at 6 o'clock x. m. on Monday, N ednosday and Fiiday, via Brodheadsville, where it connects with lines to Wilkes-Daie & White Haven, returning on alternate days QJ The following lines leaves Postens Indian Queen Hotel, Stroudsburg, Pa. daily: A line to Port Jervis, leaving at 7 o'clock a. M. via BushkiU, Dingman's Choice and Milford. Returning, leaves Port Jervis immediately after the arrival of the morning train of cars to New ork,at about S o'clock a. M. A line to Scranton. leaving at 4 o'clock a. m. via Hartonsrille, Tanners viile, where it connects with a line to Hones dale, and connecting at Scranton wi...

Publication Title: Jeffersonian, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian. — 4 October 1855

in1 I ' '.MIIWI II ' - - r , ' ' - . . r-. - .... - . , " ,'.,,, iihifUl'lMMM.,,, , - - - 1 . i t '''' 1 t t ' "'1)4 ?' ' ' ' ' - " ' ' " I JDcnjotcb. to. 3alitic0, literature, Agriculture, Science, JHaralitg, axxb eneral intelligence. VOL 15. S.TROUDSBUKG, MONROE COUNTY, PA, OCTOBER 4, IS55. NO- 4 if Published by Theodore Sclioch. TERMS Two dollars per snr.ura In advance Two dollars and a quarter, nail vcarly 3nd if not paid be fore the Cnd ofthevMr.TiTn.iflllars nml n hnlT No papcrsdiscontlnued until allarrearaces arc paid, AcSSSm one square (ten ines)willbe inserted three weeks for one dollar, and cEXrKn? a!ttKS7e paid 3 OR PKSKT1KG. llm ing n general assortment of large, elegant, plain and ornamental Typfc, we arc prepared to excctitcevcry description ol jffl?.' pnmeu wiin neatness anu uespaicn, on rcasonauie crisis, VpVhv;5 a w AT cn. Irlrs. Partington on Olother,' said Mrs. 'here's a word in this make out,' ;he Sag Mchts. Partington's Tke, 'ere paper I can't 'Spell it, child,"...

Publication Title: Jeffersonian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian. — 4 October 1855

H fill t.JfcL.mA.KWCa'-W J L I. "mT Sljc Scffcrsonimi. THURSDAY, OCTOBER 4, 1855. ComnromisB Candidate for'Canal Com missioner THOMAS NICHOLSON, OF BEATER COUNTY. CgyThe Secretary of the Easton and Stroudsburg Telegraph company, Lewis D. Vail, requests ua to announce tbat he is now prepared to issue certificates of stock to persons producing both of the contractor's1 receipts. THE COMPROMISE CANDIDATE TOR CANAL COMMISSIONER. Ilarrisburg, Sept. 29. The State Coin mittee of the Whig, American, and Re publican parties, which on the 27th ult., jointly nominated Thomas Nicholson, of Beaver, as a candidate for Canal Com missioner, and withdrawing the nsrae of .Messrs. Martin and "Williamson, have to day issued the following address to the people of the State: To the People of Pennsylvania'. The Whig party, the Republican paity, and the American party having each nominat ed a candidate for the office of Canal Commissioner, it becomes apparent that such a division of the elements of opposi ...

Publication Title: Jeffersonian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian. — 4 October 1855

. i hi HiiUii.Jj Tii i ii Ml- i i i i. i - - - - - - Of the Free Union School of Stroudsburg, for September. In every study except Spelling, a Perfect recitation is marked 1: Good 2 : Tn different 3; Bad 4j Very Bad 5; Failure 6. Each recitation is thus marked and the above is the average for the month. In Spelling the numher at (he left r . s ? i l y t . juaicates now many were correct, mat at the right incorrect. Thus 127 16 moans i-J7 Tight and 10 wrong. If a bcholar's record in Geography for one week, was Monday 1 ; Tuosday 5 ; Wednesday 1 ; Thursday 2 ; Friday 4 : then the average uu. u ltwQ auu bis. teams.; xnose marKed thus study Algebra. In the number of days the h moans . Thus, 17i means 17. UPPER DEPARTMENT. NUMBER OF DAYS TAUGHT 20 Eliiabeth Albertson. Harriet Albertson, Mafy Arnt, . Georgianna Blair, Caroline M. Boys, Elizabeth S Brown, Martha J Brown, Sophia Burk, Anna M Burnet, Elizabeth Burnet, Margaret Butz, Mary L Carey, Mary A Carmer, Martha D Clark. Minnie Clement...

Publication Title: Jeffersonian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian. — 4 October 1855

Pennsylvania Magistrate's Law Library 1. BINXS'S JUSTICE, AND BUSINESS MAN'S LEGAL GUIDE, New and Sixth Edition, bringt7ig the Law down to ISoo. A Treaties on the office and duties of Al dermen and Justices of the Peace in Ihc Com monwcal'h of Pennsylvania, including a" the required Forms of Process and Docket En tries; and embodying not only whatever may be deemed valuable to Justices of the Peace, but to Landlords, Tenant?, and General A fronts; and making ihie volume what pur ports to be, A safe Legal Guide for Business Men. By John Binne, late Alderman of Walnut Ward, in the city of Philadelphia. The SiYth Edition. Revised, corrected, and Kenorts." Editor of "Purdon's Digest," &c. In one thick volume, Octavo. Price only 81,00. ALSO, COMPANION TO BIXNSS JUSTICE. 3. GRADOff'S FOKJiS. Forms of Conveyancing, and of Practice in the courts of Common Ploos, Quarter Ses sions, Oyer and Terminer, the Supreme and Orphan's Courts, and the offices of the vari ous Civil officers and Just...

Publication Title: Jeffersonian, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian. — 11 October 1855

Ueuotei to crlitU0, Citctature Agriculture, Stuntt, JHoraliti;, ani etural intelligence VOL 15. STROUDSBURG, MONROE COUNTY, PA. OCTOBER 11, 1855, NO. 46. r Published by Theodore Schoch. TERMS Two dollars per annum in advance. Two dollars and a quarter, half yearly and if not paid be fore the end of the ycar.Two dollars and a half. No papers discontinued until all arrearages are paid, ID Advertisements noexecedinj: one square (ten ines) will be inserted three weeks tor one dollar, and Twenty-five cents for every subsequent insertion. The charge for one and three insertions the same. A liber - aimscount made to yearly advertisers. IT7 All lettert addressed to the Editor mutt be noit- paid. JOB PRINTING. Hating n general assortment of large, elegant, plain and ornamental Type, wc are prepared to execute every descriptionof Cams, CircuUrs, Bill rieads, Notes, Blank Receipts .printed with ncatncsi and despatch, on reasonubls AT THE OFFICE OF THE JEFFERSON IAJV. From the Louisville Journa...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian. — 11 October 1855

? if elje Scffcvsoninii. TITCBSDAY, OCTOBEK 11, 18oo. The Election. The election in this County, on Tues day last, passed off very quietly, although there was considerable feeling manifest od on the Judgeship question. The friends of Judge Bell made every exertion to ac complish the election of that gentleman but were unsuccessful. Judge Barrett, is elected Presidcn Judge, of this District, by ajarge majori ty. Wayne county gives him 1000 ma ioritv. Pike 50, and Monroe about 1200 majority.' Charlton Burnet, Esq. is elected Trcas 'urcr, of (his County. Majority about 700 John C. Strunk, County Commissioner by about 300 raaj Below wo subjoin the latest news, per Telegraph, of the result in the State. Arnold Flumer, the Democratic candid atcJbr Canal Commissioner, has carried the State by about 15,000 majority. " Piumer's majority in Cumberland co I'OO: all the Democratic Assemblymen md Countv officers elected. Bucks co gives 1000 Democratic majority. Berk about 4000 majority for the D...

Publication Title: Jeffersonian, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian. — 11 October 1855

1 i hi wiiijxiM.'i"M" Mii',n-ti Eailroad Village. The villages Ibat aro springing up a--loug the Hnc3 of railroad every day are comparatively a recent feature in village fcuilding. They usually begin with a de pot, followed by a post office, a blaok smith's shop, and the contents of a couple of pedlar's packs duly distributed upon half a dozen shelves, and there they are "born, and christened, and waiting to grow. The train runs to and fro, and the passen gers see the little group olustered round the track, and wonder what they do there, and why they do not go on with the train. By-and-by houses get to be an epidemic, and up they go, here and there, and all a Tjout. Streets are staked and lots are measured, and a public square is reserv ed, and they "have a justice, and a doctor, and a young lawyer, and "stated preach ing" once in two weeks. That's a pretty -good beginning, but it s only a beginning. .A young sophomore, out of funds, and -looking for a place to teach a winter school...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian. — 11 October 1855

!T' ;JTm w'M,lBiail3ff'1 g? - 5f - j - ill ii ii'MJr-1-- ' -v V n - a. Peansjlvtaia, Magistrate's Law Library. I. BINNS'S JUSTICE, ' BUSINESS MAN'S LEGAL GUIDE. New and Sixth Edition, bringing the Law down to 1555. A Treaties on ihc office nnd duties of Al dermen and Justices of the Peace in the Com inonwoali.il of Pennsylvania, including all the required Forms of Process and Docket En tries; and embodying not only whatever may he deemed valuable to Justices of the Pence, but to Landlords, Tenants, nnd General A gents; and makinjr this volume what it pur n,.ns to bo. A safe Loral Guide for Business .1 mi Ttlf Titlltl Hi mis. late Alderman of Walnut Ward, in the city of Philadelphia. The -Sixth Edition. Revised, corrected, and ornmlv pnlnrrcd bv Frederick C. Brightly, Esq., Author of "A Treaties on the Law of Costs," "Equity Jurisprudence," "Nisi Prius Reports," Editor o " Purdon's Digest," &c. In one thick volume, uciavo. rrtce oniy $1.00. ALSO, COMPANION TO BINKS's JUSTICE. 2. ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian. — 18 October 1855

SJcuotcb to politics, jfttcrctfurc, Agriculture, Science, iltoraliti), ani cncral intelligence. VOL 15. STROUDSBURG, MONROE COUNTY, PA. OCTOBER 18, 1855. NO. 47. Published by Theodore Schoch. TEHMS-Tivo dollars tloll.irs and u quarter, half yearly and if not paid be fore the end of the year.Two dollars and a half. No papers discontinued until all arrearages arc paid, njcccpt at the option of the Editor. "lET" Advertisements not exceeding one square (ten s ncr annum in advance Two Xwcnty-fivc cents for every subsequent insertion. Tlie.OttUO mountain road, and loOKCQ down charge for one and three insertions the same. A liber-1 ;nto T,llf,w nf Wvnmino- lionflifli no ,a! discount made to yearly adveitisers. imo 1110 aiioy 01 yoming DCneatu Us. Hies) will be inserted three weeks tor one dollar, and 1117 All letters addressed to the Editor must be post paid. - JOB PRINTING. llaring a general assortment of large, elegant, plain and ornamental Type, we are prepared to execute every descript...

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Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian. — 18 October 1855

ni.n. , hi mil i "" . '.''''"JI"' THURSDAY, OCTOBER 18, 1855. From the Lehigh Valley Times. The Alliance-Bell, Barrett, Porter, Hut chinson and the Know Nothing. Io this Judicial district, composed of the Counties of Carbon, Monroe Pike and "Wnj-nc, there was a Gerce contest for President Judge. The candidates were, Hon. Thomas S. Roll, Know Notliin", and Hon. George It. Barrett, Democrat. The history of this conteht is somewhat interesting. The Know Nothing, of course, arc largely in a minority. The councils of Carbon succeeded in forming an alli ance with Hon. James Madison Porter, t uuuii im.w laser Jiuicuiuson, iuno iu Dimmick, Yiiliam Ovcrfield, and others of the Winebaga Tribe to elect Judge Bell. The plans of the Allies wero well concocted, and kept a profound secret The first assault was made oa the chief fortress, called "Regular Nomination," Balloon Travel in a Thunder-Storm Some of the ITames. Wonderfnl Escape from Death. To tbo outsider of political nomcncla- Monsicur Go...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian. — 18 October 1855

4 . 1 thing. 'Mirabile dictuP President Pierce of tbe United States, sworn to pro tect and advance the interest of the gov ernment, has entered into a basecoalition with Got. Price of Missouri, and by his action sanctions an infamous fraud upon tbe government, knowingly. Let it be proclaimed from Dan to Bcersheba that President Pierce is particcps criminis in swindling the general government to aid one or two States of the Union. Mr. Picrco would have vetoed a bill granting the public domain to the States of this Union for school purposes, because of con scientious scruples about its constitution ality. Yet he aids Missouri in stealing two hundred thousand acres of land under the act of 1850. But again, to dcvelopc raoro fully the magnitude of this enormous fraud, it is important that wc notice the decision of the Commissioner of the General Land Office, just prior to this coalition between Pierce aud Price. It will be remembered that many individuals had made applica tion to cntor ...

Publication Title: Jeffersonian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian. — 18 October 1855

n .. , .. Pennsylvania Magistrate's Law Library. 1. BINWS'S JUSTICE, AND BUSINESS MAN'S LEGAL GUIDE. Neto and Sixth Edition, bringing the Law down to IS55. A Treaties on the office and duties of Al dermen and Justices of the Peace in tlie Coin uiomveal'h of Pennsylvania, inclnding all tlie required Forms of Process and Docket En tries; and embodying not only whatever may lie deemed valuable to Justices of the Peace, but to Landlords, Tenants, nnd General A gonts; and making this volume what it pur ports to be, A safe Lcnal Guide for Business Men. By John Binns, late Alderman of Walnut Ward, in the city of Philadelphia. The Sixth Edition. Revised, corrected, and greatly enlarged by Frederick C. Brightly, Esq., Author of "A Treaties on the Law ol Costs," "Equity Jurisprudence," "Nisi Prius Roports," Editor of Purdon's Digest," &c. In one thick volume, Octavo. Price only 31.00. ALSO, COMPANION TO BIXXS'S JUSTICE. 2. GKADOX'S FORMS. Forms of Conveyancing, and of Practice in the cour...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian. — 25 October 1855

iDcuDtci to politics, literature, Agriculture, Science, Jlloralitjj, aui eneral intelligence VOL 15. STROUDSBURGr, MONROE COUNTY, PA. OCTOBER 25, 1855. NO. 48. it - v Published by Theodore Schoch. TERMS Two dollars per annum in advance Two "dollars and n quarter, half ycarlv and if not paid be fore the end of the year. Two dollars and a half. No papers discontinued until all arrearages are paid, except at the option of the Editor. IE? Advctliscmcnts not pxcofding one square (ten inns) will be inserted three weeks lor one dollar, and twenty-five cents for every subsequent insertion. The charge for one and three insertions the same. A liber- discount made to ycarlv advertisers. IE? All letters addressed to the Editor must be postpaid. JOB PRINTING. 2Iarinp a rencral assortment of large, elegant, plain and ornamental Type, we arc prepared to execute every description of Cards, Circulars, Uill Heads, Notes, Blank Receipts Justioe.s, Legal and other Hlanks, Pamphlets, &c. printed wit...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian. — 25 October 1855

iofff interest them a little! "If you think so, suppose you spend an hour each day for their bcuefit;upon these points. Perhaps boine of the"m may have quicried why the tide ebbs and flows; or perhaps have won dered what on earth could make the gulf htrcaui; or why it couldn't just as well rain on a desert as anywhere! IF they have, it might be as well to satisfy theui Effort is the price of success, with you teacher ! as well as with your pupil; and while you urge him ou to patient, untir ing effort, don't forget the practice of what you recommend. The study of science is ever new: inasmuch as nature is its groundwork. She issues new editions, at least every year. Let it bo the teacher's ambition, in perusing them, to extract nutrimcut lor that woudcriul germ the human intellect. G. W. D. Chester, Delaware co., June 2, 1855 (El)c 2cffcrsoniaiT. THURSDAY, OCTOBER 25, 1855. 1D The Monroe County Educational As sociation, will hold a meeting at the Court House, in this place, on Saturd...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian. — 25 October 1855

Is- I Post-Office Departments-Lottery Circu iars. The frequent and pertinacious attempt of those who are, or pretend to bo, keep ers of lottery offices, to induce Postmas ters, or their assistants, to act as their a gents, and the enormous amount of the schemes of real or fictitious lotteries sent by them through the mails, and address ed to Postmasters, render it peculiarly appropriate at this time to invito the at tention of all Postmasters and their as- sistants to the 6th section of the act o Congress approved March 2, 1827. That section declares "that no Post master shall act as agent for lottorv offi ces, or under any color of purchase, or otherwise, venu lottery tickets; nor shall any Postmaster receive free of postage, or iranh, lottery schemes, circulars or tickets. For a violation of this nrnnrximt tficjxrson offending shall suffer ajicnally ty jijiy aouars." The order of the Denartmenfc is. th.it tit all such lottery schemes, circul ars or uicKcts, addressed either to a P...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian. — 25 October 1855

r ' , .. . ...... . - - - - -- ;'.w.-,.'V'fvwri.At ---TLyr,.rr . , - . - - . ..iJw Pcnnsvlvauia Magistrate's Law w Liurary ISINXS'S JUSTICE, Stromlsbur? and Eastoiu 1. AND BUSINESS MAN'S LEGAL GUIDE. Ncic and Sixth Edition, bringing the Law down to looo. A Treaties on the office and duties of Al ...r.tl.Mi nnrl Jiisfices.of the Peace in the Cotn- UUt ..- ...... - inonwcallh of Pennsylvania, inclndinga.il the 1 i." I I 1 I I 1 A I required rorms oi rrucess ana uockci mi- i i t..: i t.. Port JcrviSjMauch Chunk and Scranton t stage lines: The Stroudsburg and Eastern REMOVAL ! ! ' WHOLESALE MD RETAIL Boot nub 0I)OC MANUFACTORY!! WILBOK'S COMPOUND OF PURE COD LIVEE OIL AND LIME. MONROE COUNTY iTIiiinal Fire XiiMiraucc Comp Insurance is one dollar on pm., : . : .: . - "r thousand dollars insured, alter his customers and friends that he has A urefor Consumption, Scrofula, Coughs, rpifinvi'n nitz rwii firiii iiriif itirzriii I ill- i i.uiff:,- i aj il- iif 11111:1111 .v. it-n rr nr " " " " ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian. — 1 November 1855

Dcootcb to jOoli'tics, Citcvatuvc, gvicultttvc, Science, Jitoraliti), anb encval 3ntc!ligciuc. i4u ' tgas W)L-15. STROUDSBURG, MONROE COUNTY, PA. NOVEMBER 1, 1855. NO-; 49:' Published by Theodore Scliocb. - . . TERMS Two dollars ner annum in nilvnnrn Tun Uoll.irs and ti quarter, half ypaily and if not paid bc- ioreuicciidofi!,eycar.Todonarsamiaiiaif. j Nb papers discontinued mitil sill urreurages are paid,! TfV'il'f option1,,flHeEl,,u,i- ID Advc.iiMJtncjits not exceeding one square (ton mob) win be inserted three weeks lor one dollar, and iwenty-fivcecnts for every subsequent insertion. Hie I dhnrgc for one and three insertion" the same, a liber- 1--- "J" ' ' " - 7 ...... . . ..... .-.... . u .i i iuut" jiariv.ivVi.iers. ji-aii letters auaresscd lo tiieiiiiitor must be post- l'aid. TbT I TTl'' us e k , f I I , , ,tev,Ba, tocxccutecvcrydesciiptionof 2CibJv&7 S i.'lv&.li.JJ &'&4J ,i,.Tr,is, c:treu us, uui Heads, Notes. Blank Receipts out tne hungry passengers. They wer...

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