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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Morning Post — 16 September 1842

fefttl". B< ADAMS mVSOH'i, Tikfc, CmtldfTtit, and *P «t«l Djiftpti, TILLS, deiipui portletOttrlf for th$ fief, iBtif-itU , Vyhtpit, Cmttit*** «/**« *•• ¦I»t ?•» ' A J«Htr CmVbicat* -mo* all TnPinrauB or tUJtbMBrMV, P-anu.—Although sentimentally oppoanf to tlie whole lyrfen-of ««s-«t nostrums and Patent M«Herm**,yi*t we hare-for «*e«l years part rreow-Mental Dr. *. A. Wlbon't Pills 10 a number of students t Jefferson Collefe, and other individuals and families >t«ioai«i>C«i"'<'< Medicine, and having a knowt-«d{» of their companion, and believing that they will, « mott ea«es answer ibe Indications ,'roposed by ibe Proprietor, and knowing that they are prepared by a •rei-Harty educated and intelligent Physician, we shall -sooUafte cheerfully to recommend them in all appropri-•fUsMats. ¦ ¦ ' D. S. ST .WESSON, M. D. 1. V. UGRftlOTT ' , M. D. H. M'FADDEN. tTsnoasborgti, Jaly 8, 1840. A CARD.—We,tliefa'.)scril>i» taintslen ortheGos"pet, and membe...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Morning Post — 16 September 1842

i ii i ^^-^L^^^^^^^^^^^ j^^ TT NlvettSITY OP VrBStNIA.-^TW Bdx« s«»*» «f U this InstHotion 'Vrlll commeno«*OB ibelsiJay^f October, and terminate on the 4th or July following, lha «cliools of the University, wuh'hefrWespectIve-Professors, are: ' 1. Ancient Languages—Dr. Gessoer Harrison. 2. Modem Lanjnaies.—Dr. ChaMes Kraitslr. 3. Mathematics Mr; Edward H.COurtenay; 4. Natural Philosophy.—Mr. Wm. B.Bo»prs. 5. Civil Engineering—the sobjeeleof which ere itvideil between thePtoressors 3f Mathematicsarifl-Natural Pbilosopl y. ' ¦ ; r 6. Chemteiry aud Materia»Medlca.—Dr. John P. Em met. m ?. Medirine—Pr.Heaiy Howar*,, S. AnatomvandSurgery—Dr; JamesL. Cabell. 8. Moral Philosophy.-^Mr. ^ George Tucker. Sfe^V. —Judge Henry St. Geo.Tucker. Jn bolh School* of LaSgnages are also tau-bl tlie literature of the respective languages, and jAncient . and Modern History; tn (he School of Mathemat its Is Inc ^ u. ded mixed Mai hematic: In that ofEn-ineerlng, Sfineralo gyandeeolo?y, lit ihatofMoraPP...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Morning Post — 16 September 1842

Pittsburgh,lttii«18,1839. Mr. JoHJ( " DEKmi<-j. *- — Dtar Sir—Having been prcsenu yesterday, at 1 he experimenl which yoti weie . pleJised to make, in the presence of a number of oar businea* meni of Ihe t-afety ' of yonr IRON CHESTS, In case of fire, 11 gives me pleasure to say, that so faras I was. capable of J udging, the ' lesi was fair, arid the result exceeded my. expectations. . Tfie Chest was a small one, about JO incites hlgn.hy about 18 or 20 inches in breadth and depth, and was placed on a block of wood about -a foot in thickness, so as lo elevate It about thai height from the ground; several books and newspapers were deposited inside of it, in the mannct in wftten Metchanls and others wouUy-sually place them—a large quantity of light pine wooa [stab* from an adjoining Saw Mill,] was then placed around and above it, and the fire kindled 00 Itte win,dwnrd side, so as to driveihe flame against the back pan of Hie chest. The fire waskeplup about three quarters of an...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Morning Post — 16 September 1842

TRAVELERS TAKE N OTICE - ft, X provided wilb the Safely Guard h m bills printed with a figure of i oe apparaik! "* rul you are not deceived by misreprfW"** f-entsstatlng their boats to be provided ttl» Guard, when they are rot f .1 secured .» " The following i. a list of 1,03,, sopp,5''lt ? ty Guard al ibe Port or Pittsburgh-mi ** Ujst on the list have the improved apnarais '1 VHfVt^l '9 Impossll>ie for »» " nlosion S SAVANNA, FOHMOSA 1 RARITAN, ILLINmJ1 NIAGARA, Dl'Si ORtEANS, JEW ESS ? CANTON, WOjrTWOttuJ LAO Y OF LYONS, Ca one• VALLE^FORGE, lSlUAS QBEa FORT PITT, GALLANT EXPRESS MAIL, toUK0? wS ALPS, BltlLU JkttT,-CASPIAN, ECLIPSE, IDA. VICTRESS WEST WIND. MICHIGAN MARQUETTE, DSPREY, ' i TALLEYKAND, PENELOPE, i PANAMA, ROWINA, I CICERO, AGNES, SAKAH ANN, MESSESUffl,1 NARRAGANSETT, SUtATOGi. AMARANTH. ORPHAN BOV1 MUNGOPARK, OHIO, i NEPTUNE, CECILIA, i adelaipk, 3 ii bills, north;: bE'nd, galena, MARIETTA, MKNTuR. j Theinavelin* communily me refprcl'nSiu liefore they make ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Morning Post — 16 September 1842

UNlVEaslTY.OF VIRGINIA—MEDICAL DE. PABTMENT.—Thflfptan of instruction in ^ ihisde. fia rtmenl ofthe Universitylpresenl? peculinriii*»j>jpHo lie oundin no oilier School of Medicine In theJUfTOn. The Lectures com.-nenc(- on the first of October, and lermi-j note 011 tlie 4lh of July ensuing. ; Owing to the length of the session,-£'iich embraces a period of nine months, Uircfi Profesrsforif tiTC rnalileft lo perform allthe duties whieffin other medical in«iituiions are usually assisned to six;and thesVadent-* are seldom required lo attend m«»eilian two lectn es on the same day. By Disarrangement,Hie students have an oppor tunity of being well grounr'ed In Anatomy^ Physiolojy, and other elementary branches of Medical Science, hefore they investigate thsir applications In connection with the study of the practice oi'Medicinc and? ur;pry Immediately liefore each lecture, the students are subjected to a full and and rigid examination on the prececeding lecture,or on portions of ap...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Morning Post — 16 September 1842

A RSON TO THE HUMAN RACE1—"Oi«coT«r trhal will destroy Life, and yon are a great man. •'Discover what tfill prolong Life, and the uorli will call you Impvstor."" '¦ There are faculties, bodily and intellectual, vithin us, wi(A which certain herbs have ajjinity, and over ichiolt they have power;" Dr. B. Biandrcth's External Remedy, or Liniment, which, by iis extraordinary power*, abstracts Pain or Sorenets; thus Sprains, ftiff Finewa, While Swellings, Rheumatic Pains, or Stiffness, Stiffness-of the Joint?, Tumors, fnnaiural Hardness, Stiff Neck Pore Throat, Croup, Coniractions of the muscles, Scrofulous enlargements. Tender Feet, and every description of Injury affecilng the Exterior of the'Human Frame, are cured, or ^really relieved by his never-to be sufficiently extolled remedy. , C'KR-nnt a-ie— The following leucr from Major General Sandford, as to the qualities of the External Remedy, speaks volumes: New Youk, Feb. 9,1842, Dear Plr—Wi'lyou oblige me with another boule of your ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Morning Post — 16 September 1842

Cincinnati, February 15, 1840. Dr. Swa-tni-—Dear fir:- Permit me lo take Ibe liberty Of writing lo you at iiils timelo express my apprcbalion, and to recoraineiid lo ihe attention of Jieads of families . and others your invaluable mWJiclne—the Compound Syrup of Prunus Virginians, or Wifn Cherry Bark. In my travels of Lire I liaveseen in a^reni many instances ihe wonderful effects of your medicine in relieving children of very ohslinale complaints, such as Coughing, Wheezing, Choaking o^Phlegm, Asthmatic attacks, ^c. #c. I should not have written this letter, howevei, at present,nlthongh I have fe't it my duty to odd my tesli mony lo it for some lime, had it not been for a laie. in. stance where the medicine above alluded !o_ was inslru mental in restoring to perfect health art " " only child," whose case was almosi hopeleFS, in a family of my st. quaintance. "I thank Heaven," said the doatinit moib. cr, "my child is-saved from the jaws of death! O 1ipw I feared Uiefrelenilcss rava...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Morning Post — 16 September 1842

WARR ANTED GENTTIWE.—Dr. Wiilia-n Evans's Camomile Fills/ CEHTiFtciTEs.—Letter from tlie lion. Ab'b'm M'Clcllan,SulJlvan County, East Tennessee, atemberbf Congress. WAsotKaToif, July 3d, 1636. , Sir—Since I have been in this city [ have usedsotne of your Dyspeptic medicine witb infinite lieneBt and satis faction, and believe it to be a roast valuable remedy. One of my constituents, tir. A. Carden, of Cam*)bell couniy, Tenntcsec.wrotetoirietosend him eonie;\rht6b I did, and he lias mployedit very successfully in. big practice, andsayslt is invaluable. Mr, Johnsoii,>oiir a^cnt at (Ms place," tninSs you wotild probably Ijaus ' :^agent in Tennessee. 1 f so, 1 would»ecommend Dr^A Carden,as a proper person ta officiate for the sale of your celebrated medicine. Should you commission him he is Willins to act for job. You tan rend Iliemedlelw by waler to (be carp of Robert King ^- .Sons , Knorville coni ty.Tenneseee, or hy land lo GraiTam % Houston, Tnieweir, East Tennessee. 1 have ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Morning Post — 16 September 1842

PILRS cured by the t se of Dr. Harlieh's Compound Strenglhe * ning and German Aperient Pills Dr. Harlicb—Dear ' Sir—Shortly afler I received the Agency fiom yuu for the sale of your medicine, I formed an acqnaintanccwilh a lady of this place, who wasseverely afflicted with the Piles. For eight or ten years this lady was subject- to frequent painful attacks, and her physician considered her case so complicated, that be very seldom prescribed medicine for lier. Throuah my persuasion, sbecrtmmeneed using yonr Pills, and was perfectly cured. Yours, ^-c. JAME S R.KlRBY October 3, 1840. Chambersbng, Pa. [CrOmeeand Genera! Depot, No. 19. North Eighth Sireet, Philadelphia. And by Samuel Frew, corner of Liberty and Wood streets . Pittsburgh. eep 10 LIV ES..; COMPLAINT.—This disease often lermlnrftcsin another of a more serious nature, IfpYfy per remedies are not reporter! to in tyne. -'Jrt oil forms of this disease, Dr. HarHch's CompoundStrenilhenin" and German Aperient Pills, will perfo...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Morning Post — 16 September 1842

4, S*tCHETiBT5 " B Omtl, > My. Harrisborgh, An-tnsi 24th, 1842.) SAtlpOF THE CANALS AND RAIL ROADS BECOGGING TO THE STATE.—Noilee Is berely given that in pursuance of the seventeenth, eighteenth, ninefeentb and tweniictfi Seclfohsofihe Act of Assembly passed ioc,27tb day.of 4oly, 1842, proposate Will he recei ved at the. Stale Department until the last^ay ofNpvemher next, for the sale of1 all and ea ' eh'of ib«"Cahat3 and Rail Roads belonging to the Commonwealth, for whfe* State ,Siock,al par value, will be received In payment. Each individual or Company la required, specifically, to state, the particular line of Canal or Rail Ro»a which (hey desire to purchase, the amount or their tespecliv'e I*J» therefor, Ibe given and surnames of all concerned in ibe offer, together with tbeir place or places of residence, In order that the same may bo laid before Ibe next Le-risatare. , TkaproposalsroDst besealcd ap and direct^ lo the 8ecji;tarj of CornjnonwwHrh wjiimi entortenmnlon ' ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Morning Post — 16 September 1842

1 10 I-EM ALES.—There is a large class of Females in thtaCily who frbm their continued sitting, to whitli their occapi. I Ions oblige 1 hem,arear?ected with cdstlveness wliicli gives rise to palpitation at the heart on the leasl exertion, sense of heaviness extending over thCK-whule head, Intolerance of light and sound.an inability of fixing the at'enlion to any menial operations; rumbling in ihe bowels, sometimes a sense of suffocation, especially n$3j meals when any exert ion Is used, as going quickly! * '071 stairs; iemprefickle,- »ihese are symptoms which yield at once to a few doses of the Brandreth Pills The occasional u$e of tills medicine would save a deal of trouble and years of suffering. One, or two, or even three of the Brandreth Pills just before dinner, arc of en fodnd highly beneficial; many- use them very advaniapeously In ihis woy;they aid and assist digestion, reslore I lie bowels lo a proper condition,enliven the spirits, impart clear ness to the complexion, pur...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Morning Post — 16 September 1842

READY MADE COFFIN WAREHOUSE, Fmrth 6t, two doors Jrom. the U. S. Bank. fVm Trotoiilt, paiertaller, respectf itly informs (he public Dial be has removed his ready made coffin warehouse lo the antMing recently oceupicd^iy Mr. R. G. Berrord.directl) opposile his old stand, where he i? always prepared to ni lend promptly to any orders in his line, and I y strict n( tenlion to all the detail? of the ha?ine?s of an Undertaker b»hopes lu merit public confidence, lie will be prepared 01 ALirBOOBB to provide Hearses, Biers. Car in^es and «»ery riB<|ulsile on the most liberal teims. Calls from the country will be promptly attended to. iBis residence ^ is in tlicsame luiildlng with his ware house, where those who need las services may find him atony time. bkferknie-: ""iMSMfcwin. R«v. ions buck.no. ' 4l7O«}C:RtOnE.Kt REV. ROCKUT BRUCE, B. 1>. <O0SC PATTOH. S£V. SiMril. WILLIAMS, D. S|j»> M'CLOBJtj REV. JOSIPH KKRR, ISAAC 1UKB1S, RCV. JAUESH. DAVIS, ""^^BPP 10 „ RE...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Morning Post — 16 September 1842

V AilETY.-Jimre - eeiveH from New York, 3000 Temperance Almanacs for 1843; 5000 copies of the Journal of ibe ATDericaTi TeinpBra- - it:e \5nion a»S YoWU's Temperance Advocate for September. Atso, 2000 Christian Almanacs, and a good aBsortment ofLoomia's Magaslneand Pittsbnjgh, and the Franklin Magazine and Common Almanacs for 1843; by the gross, dozen or s' ms'-e; 250 copies of Gcant'sNew Pitlsborgb and Allegheny Business Dirctory ind Strangers Guide, for 6}|cents. Also, Cottage, i^mily, ¦ 8cftj(i^* Sa!,iPo«ket Bibles and Testaments, David's ' Psalm«;-Methocl<s'anrl Temperance Hymn Books; the beauties ofHarniony, Introduction to Sacred Music: Mason's Harp with round and patent notes; Christ. Harp.and almost all klnp . a of Schooi Books; Guna'g Domestic Sledicine;Day Books and Ledgers; Writing, Letter, and Wrapping Pap.er*-blue black, and red ink, by the gross, dozen,or boti le; steel pens, quills, slates, pencils and wafersiCytlonediaof nistcwy. Western Pilot, and aeon. Fid...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Morning Post — 16 September 1842

fT|1O THOSE WHOSE OCCUPATIONS TEND TO JL PRODUCE OR, AGCRAVATE DISEASE Thifi class of individuals is very numerous. They are those who work in'an unhealthy atmosphere. Printers, wort^~ men in feathe¥ stores, slone cullers j Inkers, while lead tnaniifactiircrg, are all more or less *>ahjecl to disease atcording lo I hie strength of theirxonsiituiron.. The only method to prevent disease. Is ihe occasional pse of:a medicine which abstracts from the circulation aildelelptioushnmors, and expels them by the bowels. Tonics In any form are Injurious, as 1 hey only ^.u * off the e«il day lo make it more fatal. The use of Brandreth's Pljis will insure health, because they take all impure patter oniojf the blood; and ihe hody Is not weakened till strengthened by their operation; for these valuable Ptjfe do not force, liul they assist nature, and are notoppesed, but harmonize wit h o lier. - / Soldnltjr.BranlftlVt Office, No. 98 Wood street, Pitisburgn, j Price 25 cents per box, with f...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Morning Post — 16 September 1842

npHORN'3 TEA.BERRY TOOTH WASH Jl Invaluable Remedy.—The eJircroe Vi Teetht their indispensable use, and the freqsec decay, has led to many Inventions for ilielrpn yet how to pre- serve Ibem in a state nflieailliE beauty, to the latest periods of eiistenct, m unknown un'.il lUe discovery of ihe above * preparation. It forms a pure tincturecompw etable inircdienls, and is possessed oftticirn.li odor. It eradicates tartar from the leeih. rrw of incipient decoy, polishes and prewrvfslUrt wbicl) It gives a pearl-like whiteness, an<*"*> fed iris properties, possesses the vlrme o^*^ 10 the breath. As an A»ti Sesrbntic, the aiinwa!?osl«">*' crdent powers; Pcurvey U erndirateti !*• heathy aciion and redress is "mltteed., whKB * notice of ihe medicl praciiiioner induWtahle nj tlieir healthful state. "Ivbns been examineia several of the t'e 'st physicians of this cily, ""« hesitation in recommending H as an esctllta the Teeth, Gums.etc. Prepared only by VViLLlAM THO8* ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Morning Post — 16 September 1842

REMOVAL*—The undersigned begsleavelo inform the public, that lie baa removed from bis old stand, to ibe corner of Penn and St. Clair sis., opposite the Ex change Hotel, where he has fitted up alarge Piano Fortk Wars Room, and now offers for .sale the most splendid asnorime.nl of Pianos ever offered in this market. flls pi/>nos consist of different patterns, of superior Rose Wood and Majbogan]*, beaatinilly finished and moid»>!ed, and eonslraiSfcd fbrotrghoat of tile very be«t materials' which, for durability, and quality of tone, as well as touch, he warrants lo be superior to any ever seen here. As he has enlarged his mannfaclorj*; and mnde arrange, meuls to supply the increasing/lemand ,for 1M3 Instrument, he respectfully requests those Intending to por. chase to call and examine his assortment before purchasing elsewhere; aS he is determined 10 sell lower, for cash,than any other establishment east or west of the mountains. j. F. BLUME, Cornet of Peiriw ana Si. Cl...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Morning Post — 16 September 1842

VALUABLE REAL ESTATE EOB S4LE — The subscriber offers for sale, at the present reduced rates, the greater part .oX his real estate, situate in ihe cities of PillAtaugh and Allegheny, via; Three of his Brick Warehouses,'nearly new, a> isubslautially bui'l, situate on Market street,\e\ween Second and Fiont.etnbracinj a front of about 54 feet by 60 deep. For sale e n lire, or separately toscil purchasers, and upon longcret " its. Also, a select building lot in Allegheny tily, 64 feel in breadth, b> upward of 350 feet in dejith, having two fronis, one on !)><-> Pennsylvania canal and lbs o>her oti Washington si reel. Also, ihe lot adjoining the above, 100 feel in brenrtti by nearly 350 feel in depth, including the large ond file-{rant mansion house which 1 now occupy and'outbolld ings. ., A Iso, a lot with tsso !,wo story brick storehouses, situ file on HiecoriirrorHifrJet and Front streets, subject to a moderate ground rcnl, arid nnw occupied...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Morning Post — 16 September 1842

Fili.ow Citizei«8:—With sincerity I would advise 3 *00, one and all, both sick and well, always to hires :i bottle of Dr SwA*mc'sCompound Sjaup of. Wild 'Qrerry in your house—il is invaluable in ;ea*sif*i-f£>e*erg«ncy sucli as Spitting of Blood, Asthma,. atltu*i(»' oC yiolelit Coughing, wbfch is often the cause of spfttin^oT lilooa, Violent Nervous* .Affections, which occasionally come from fright, and various other causes, producinggrent alarm, sudden coldsf^ffom Improper exposure, which are of.en let run to nn alarming extent,, for want of means being ready at hand*—and as 1 bj*t^«sed Dr. Swatiu-' sCompound Syrup of Wild Ch«*gj^-Jie.itedly in my family, and always wilh m<*rked ' «o<**^»8—I ca n recommend it with confidence, as being one of the beat family medicines which baa ever been offered lo the piibHr—Saturday Chronicle. Sold by Wni j Thorn, Wholesale it Retail, only agent for Pittsburgh.^?-).53 Market Street. sen 10

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Morning Post — 16 September 1842

CAROw—The subscriber, gralefol for the very liberal patronage wtilch h^|8i *hoolh»s hitherto received, beci leave to Inform his friends and the public, 'thai be has made arrangements forthe accommodation of a few *noic pupils, al his room on Stb^treet, near Woodsl. , To persons desirous of having their sons prepared for liftInets,and who prefer «e«»#arjf and substanliaMn Uructton to a course calculated merely to make their iW» appear learned without having acquired ,iny thing mefulin ibecvery day transactions of the farmer,the Mechanic, or Ibe fllerchant, bis School offers a favorable Opportunity. Parents or guardians entrosting their boys to his care may restus-sured tbat every exertion will be used t^renderpropernDr) general satisfaction. School wlli cominence on Monday the IGUiltiBt. • mplO WILLIAM MOODY.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Morning Post — 16 September 1842

JASB8 HOWAKD If CO,, Manvfaeturer, of Well *Pop»r, JVo. 18, Wood. Strut, Pittttwgh, Pa — ¦ ¦ ¦Have always on band an extensive assortment of Satin ejtiMd and plain PAPER HANGINGS, Velvet and Imteitton Borders, of the hves* atyle ^ and handsome palter***, for papering hallo, parlors apd ' chamber*. «. Tbef jB»«itictare and have on iiand at all times—PrBrttM.Wrilioi-. LeUer, WrapufcgandTea Paner.Bon i * . net aBJtf iJtJe'«'*<«"*»~» 11 of wh*ct\ ibcy<j|rer for sale Sim «(i <jte«(^««iitp)kiM»t|-)g uunis: ami to wblcb they *' - ,«S^«* |«W%?4rf*Vi^«» Jlh* tl>B bf*tqnaUlr 4 ' BcVi«ES»-;|«t*J«ttrji*O» b»ni»»« Wt-^WrtbotO. tT. K^*M«19 XpMBrt'AH>V^ tatyarmz&notfi

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