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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Texas State Gazette — 26 October 1850

y 3 M 1850; -. n TEXAS STATE. GAZETTE. 7 .. . .. -...... . ...... ---? ':-:" " :- ' i ;. rr. ' . .-..t . -. - . Austin October 25 1850. To tfie Editor of the Slate Gazette : The political crisis through which we arc now passing requires of avorylovcr of his country nti open frank and manly expres- sion of his political views and feelings upon the proposition now submitted to the Slate of Texas by the Government of the Uni- (cd States. I will give only n few prominent reasons that will govern my vote upon the proposition submitted. 1. The cause that first gave rise to the compromise bill ori- ginated in the unconstitutional assumption of power in the exe- cutive head of the national government. 2. The courso of policy puisued by the late Executive and by the present incumbent 'has a strong tendency to centraliza- tion of power in the General Government. 3. The acts of the late and of the present Executive are un- cotntitutional encroachments upon the rights of the free sover- eign St...

Publication Title: Texas State Gazette
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Texas State Gazette — 26 October 1850

Trwi " '" "'" "wi"t 'g 3 PP iy"W"" -MilMm.ijiimiUAuiiuiMipjiHiw V- .t . i- .. ISmA Bmnu" an iii-wv)aw- iwoju.' w .wj-. . o HBBBisutoW i 111 tf m $ Ttas state gazette. OCTOBER 26 9ftmktfiit Tknas J. Risk In Kcply te Mr. fecMteft; aad ! Relation t the BHidjiries f the State ef Texas. The Senate having under consideration tho bill for the admis- sion al Califbrnia into' tlie tlnion tho establishment of Torrito rial Governments for Utah and New Mexico and making pro- KlSitpTflXRS.font!i8 settlement of hdr northemnud. western pudaries. ; Mid the ending question beih on Mr. Benton's amendment relittinfc to iho boundaries of Tews and New Mex- iqp Mr. RusMaJd : ttft. President Iucsird very briefly ta answer a few of tho ob- servations tnada 'by the Senator fr&m Missouri (Mr. Benton) on this' ahlupdhierttnot upori tlio gcnerol subject of the bill v but with reference to that part of it wliich provides for a pro uisftioii to be moda to the- State of Texas. I havo investigated this sub- je...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Texas State Gazette — 26 October 1850

1850. ' TEXAS STATE GAZETTE. jurisdiction by nit the menus in lior power there willbe but one course left for her to pursue consistently with her rights her hon- or mid her self-respect. A weak power cnnnot abandon whni she knows bolougs to her with credit. The Government of theUni- ted States could if it would niter their course and act with mag- nanimity because they have the power to enfoice. Texns cuu- not do it mid I am sure will not do it. I should regret to see the day when this collision shnll tnke pluce; I believe it will be the darkest Vhich this country ever snw; but if it should occur I have as clenr and canscientious a conviction ns I have that 1 imi standing on the floor of the Senate of the United States thot Tex- as will bo right and the Government of the United States will have been urged on by factious clamor to do a pnlpable wrong So far ns I am concerned cost what it will I shall assume my full shnre of the responsibility which may attach to me as a citi- zen of ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Texas State Gazette — 26 October 1850

1"" T M i.iijtfiy.MJMM.iiwnciMMM:iiiiiaaciMiiMu n ' f48 TEXAS STATE. GAZETTEr OCTOBER .26 From popo twelve of the somo mosgnge : . But to effect these great results not only California lint New JJexico must uo brought under mo control ot reguiariy organized governments. Tho existing condition of California and of that .part of New Mexico lying west of tho Rio Grande and without 'tho limits of Toxas iinrtoriously derhanU thot Congress should. at its present session organize territorial governments over them " Upon great emergency nowever itnu unaer menacing clan- gers to the Unionjjtlie Missouri compromise line in respect to slavery was adopted. The same line was extended further west in the acquisition of Texas. After nn acquiescence pf ncorly thirty years in tjie principle of compromise recognized and estab- lished by llieso nets and to avoid tho danger to the I'nion which might tolfow if it were now disregarded I have heretofore ex- pressed the opinion that that line of compromise...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Texas State Gazette — 26 October 1850

&vw?'it"mwvit "" . .-OTwrnaimHiimniiiiiiiiiiiliiiiup H CTBCTgaiMj.j.. iiMLiuiittianBnniMiiaauMjijiiiimMiiiiaiiiiiiwiiiB "ini''"'rtiWigraiiMiiiMiMimiirwjij . K j Was state gazette. : m I - H- im Y K. ft- w ir 1 1M ' ' i NEW CAS2B. fSTOttF THE SUBSCRIBER is now receiving direct from Now Yotk a General A' Bortmnnl of Dry Goods Groceries Clothing Boots and Show Hats and Cops Hard-ware Tin-ware Wood-ware Sad- dlery Stationery Blank Books fyc. in every Variety ; 'and which ho offer In the citizens nf Atixtin uni vicinity nt very reduced priced for CashCotton Hides or Peltries. N .--No Extra charge for lnd drhts. as ho will not hnvo uny. tCP Hi Stole is under ilia Sons of Trinporunco Hull on Conpess Avcnuo. Austin October 2ti I8.r)(). m NATH'L ToWNSENU. . IjOST " 7" T'iT' I?.'in.".i0" I'""'1 WnrrntNo. 1110 for fi40 ne.es Bounty Land Warrant -- fyi. !)71 1 for 1280 uctes Bounty Land VViir.ant Nn. U7 12 for G40 acres nil i "clVV1ro ranctl '" l ' '''' "l '! . Bcnll hy tho Secretary of Wnr...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Texas State Gazette — 26 October 1850

lo M& SMf jGAZETTE. OCTOBER 26 Ei r - ENJEfcJJ& AENCT. Y1UE UNDErSjGNlED rtnvn formed n partnership for the transaction of bosl- JrVf nV'1' 'Jno v"Ornl departments nt the sent of Government in Austin vFh ntthe ndjutlmen'ttrBd collection of CLAIMS neiitnst the Stale ilic procuring 'YTJAND-VA TENTS onvny other business connected with the. Genfral'I;rinih.f fficSAlie' Adimant-'Gcnml's tHicV the- (iomplrollrr's oilier or tho Treasury De nnrtincnt nnrl the purchase ornloof LAND-SCRIP LAND ijc &c Charges Viltbo moderate.' Loiter on buslno must tin PoU-vaid. ' ' 'U ' J W. HAMPTON Oily of Austin ''AuYtirij Sept. 7 1850. D. Al. STAPP Vlctofin. ' jLicicrejicco: Hon. C. G. KcEKiir Speaker Houo of Heprosent mires HuntsvMio ." M. D.'X..TAyr!oni Jefferson Obb Ed w.H.-Tarrant Corslcann i 'i- J.' P-. JHfK.p.ERipH. S. Atigustino ' Jostrit Dajss Qnlveston IIonJniiK l. McIUk Mllnm 4 t t'Jam C. Wilson Matagorda fMr. .LW.'Cnuaicit Houston. "J .jWw p.LortAN Washington DG y'DtMll.iiit Esq. Aun...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Texas State Gazette — 2 November 1850

J"i"'3W "f pK("1V W" 5 " '" V n- S aWSPi-"i'1" 'WilrtWIfitfiEWNP s- ggpftfl - ' mi itiw)wwiij wmwmmw vmmmi&''vqfiiim 1 1 i?3 t i : J:-H5&&tttMf jMUKTn" -rf..i..-ik - vim.-hi---i-. t .jOsbuH' ; - ? ; ' ? (lAZril Hi p'Pl'JW!WtWW SP5W PP"- VOL. 2. AUSTIN TEXAS SATtJEDAI NOVEMBER 2 1850. NO. 11. TO TEXAS STATE GAZETTE. PUBLISHED BY W. II. OUSHNEY Stale Printer. SUBSCRIPTION. Four Dollars tier Volume cl filly numbers Tun Cents. In all cases payment in advance v Mirlbns livintr out of the Countv of Travis or the amount TERMS. -tua numbers. Single ill be required of Sub- l assumed bv a respon sible icsident of the City of Austin or the Agent. In this particular there will be no respect of persons or deviation from our terms on any account whatever. AD VEUTISING. Advertisements will be inserted at One Dollar per square 1 seven lines or less for the first insertion and fifty cents for each continuance. One-half these charges will be made to those who advertise by the year with th...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Texas State Gazette — 2 November 1850

V r fr $2 TEXAS .STATE GAZETTE. 2 THE STATE GAZETTE. CITY'OF AUSTIN SATURDAY NOVEMBER 2 18G0. (Ep-'Tho favors of our correspondents shall appear ns soon as our spaco will allow. y X . -i The Hon. Volnoy EHownrd arrived in town on Thursday evening. " 0!? The District Court for this county adjourned on last Saturday evening after a session of two weeks. Several important cases were tried and decided ffjp Capt.'H. E. McCulloch who has been authorised by the Gov- ernor in accordance with a requisition from Gen. Brooke to raise a conpany of rangers for twelve months service will be in town on Mon- day and liis company willow organised on the day following. (EP Tho Hon. y. F. Taylor Senator from Harrison Smith and Up- shur; tho Hon. J M. Clough representative for Harrison : and the Hon. J. H McNairy representative- for Harrison Smith and Upshur counties havo resigned. KP-Wo learn that tho Hon. William E. Crump reprcsentativcfor the counties of Austin and Colorado has resigned his seat in'...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Texas State Gazette — 2 November 1850

ma jAfttM -W"-T-r TEXAS STATE GAZETTE. 1850. iiiirniwi f f man who is the moro slave of putty; and to the mind of nil such ac- customed ns they arc to work in political leading strings we doubt not it readily suggests the idea of a "master." Wo trust however that a longer residence in Texas will servo to enlighten the editor of the "Flag" upon many subjects upon which he now evidently cntortains very distorted notions. Ho will probably learn that the people among whom he has so recently set up the standard of " democracy" love and cherish freedom of opinion upon political and all other subjects and that they will not bo induced to adopt a different faith or follow his lead although he should pile column on column of such "intem- perate and abusive" epithets as lie has applied to us in the first num- ber of his paper. Time and the influence of an intelligent commun- ity will no doubt correct his " intemperato and abusive" nature and to them wo shall leave the task. rjp- It vonld appe...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Texas State Gazette — 2 November 1850

"t 4i tfWMwrinr' mndpmpMtor?S& til " '"II Mtmt 'im'MWfMk wr y" if 8U TEXAS STATE GAZETTE. NOVEMBER 2 LOCKffART DIVISION SOIVS OP TEMPERANCE. "" ' TrcseiitaUsR ef Baanci' anil Bllilo. Tho Division taiot at the Division Room in Lockhart at ten MjdjJIc n. m. oil the 20th of September 1850 nnd the proccs- sion was formed under the enro qf Lowh C. SimstEsq. and as- sistarit marshals in the following' order to wit : 1. .music ; 2. tOCKHAHT DIVISION 1-t U- f . ?' vIaiTINQ nUKTimiSN) tho prpcosiqn.th'on moved to Good's Hotel nnd there received from thqncp to Fulgharn's Ilotol and there rccci ved the 5. schoolboys j nnd from thonco to the public square whore it wns joined by tho G. CITIZENS GENKHAtLY. And from thonco tho procession proceeded to tho stand prepared for tho purpose whpro a bountiful Banner was presented by Miss Hamilton on bqhnlf of tho Indies of Cnldwell county and in a very happy and appropriate manner; which wn3 received and n rqsponso mado by Mr. James Storey. Mrs. Trum...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Texas State Gazette — 2 November 1850

wrTvi?to.g ffinijpt.np t tmajuiijUiHi il j?H)iu u l i iw?iriiii i "'' iHjggggW 1850. TEXAS STATE GAZETTE. cd not only with more professions of respect on your part and that'of the fair of the world but wo arc furnished with corres- ponding actions. The part that Indies generally and you in particular have act- ed the overpowering influence which you have exerted demon- strate your strong attachment to the noble cause and to fomalo influence the institution is doubtless indebted in a great measure for its unparalleled success. But above all with reference to the presentation of the priceless token of your regard who ! O who ! that has not the heart of n demon could be inscnsiblo or indif- ferent ! You have our assurance madam that it is with feel- ings of the profoundest gratitude that wo accept at your tender lilTy hands this invaluable presentation. Intense as is tho inter- est felt both by you and ourselves upon this oventful period yet it is impossible that any human emotion can ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Texas State Gazette — 2 November 1850

!5S!!5SS5BSwiry? WW I gum mSSyiiT liill.-f W TEXAS STATE GAZETTE. NOYEIBER 2 86 I- Wh To tho Merchants of New Orleans aRd tho Pcoplo of Texas. ' 1 wish (o call your ivttontion ta'tho firm of Harris nnd Morgan tuid thoirlino of steamships 'plying between this port nnd Texas Avho havo for years been imposing upon you tnking advantage devour necessities nnd hovo done the trndo between Now Or leans mid Texas moro injury than all other causes combined. J will make mention hero of two of tho mnny reasons thut can be adduced which will -bo sufficient to provo true tho charge 1 Iinvcr made above " Tho first is tho high price of freight from this port to Galves- ton a distance of three hundred miles 15 cents pur foot. Is not that outrageous Can any ono expect a Texas merchant to lay in his eoods at tho Now Orleans market when lie can buy them at tho North from the some houses and for the same price that the Now Orleans merchant. does and havo them shipped from 3N"ow York for 4 cents per foot...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Texas State Gazette — 2 November 1850

SJJtZWiWZ. . ' . Jill i TEXAS STATE GAZETTE- 1850. - S 1 i Aft ti MARRIED On ihe Oth ult. by tlic Hon. Wm C. Henry Mr. Thomas J. Conneh to Mhs MauvJ.Bonk nil of Cherokee county. On the 3d ult. in Marshall nt Ihe residence oi her father by Kcv. Jesse M. Wilt. Miss Eooknia McCown daughter of James McCown to Dr. N. A. MonoiN. On the Iflth ult. in Harrison county nt the residence of her father by Rev. Job Taylor Miss Scsan Ellkn Tayloii daughter or J. B. E. Tnylor to Mr. Pendle- ton MoillMll. By Rev. fl. B. Hamilton on the Mill August nt the residence of T Henson Mr. James Gcorob of Uusk county to Miss Sarah Wyatt of Panola county. On the 12th ult. in Leon county nt the residence of Mnj. John Durst by the Rev. O. M. Addison Col. w. B. P. Gaines of Brazoria county to Miss E. G. Harris of Nnvnrro county. Also By Ihe same on the 13th ult. at the Boggy Camp Ground Mr. Samuel B. McKnioht to Miss Maiitiia A. Pnuirr both of Leon county.' DIED Near Jacksonville Washington county on the 18th ult...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Texas State Gazette — 2 November 1850

M tfBaWWWtfftMJWJajlHUlMJMls "TjT" .-- -. 8'8 TEXAS1 STATE GAZETTE.. lfj ' NOVEMBER 2 r I k m GENERAIf AC?EITCX. THH UNDERSIGNED hare forme'd a partnership forthe trnntacllon of busi- ness with tlio several departments nt ihc sent of Qotcriimoni in Austin uch as tho adjustment and collection of CLAIMS against the Stnlo tho procuring of LAND-PATENTS or nny oilier business connected with ilio General Land of fice tho Adjutant-General's office tho Comptroller's office or1 the Treasury De- partment and Ulo purchase of saloof LAND-SCRIP LAND &c &c. Charges will bo mpderate. Letters on businoss mustba Pott-paid. 3. W. HAMPTON. City of Austin AuSnSept.7 1050. V. M. STAFF Victoria. ftcfctcncts: lion C. 0. KKEKAVSponkcr Housd of Representatives HuriUTlllo " M. D. K. Taylor Jefferson Gen. Edw. H.'TJUtnAHT Corslcana " J. I'. IltnDcnsoN S. Augustine " Jbscrii Bate Galveston Hon. John II MoRae Milam ' i Jaxi:s C Wilson Matagorda Mr. J. W. CnuoER IlQuitqn. w " Johm D.Looan Wrfihirfgton D....

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Texas State Gazette — 9 November 1850

SSfeM nil wminu iimw T-rtu t m" f-wgrfjrr'i!WPf "jsr' WMWMtNWpM a w i'ii - ' - " j- ii a. r V"Jf ui rJ"l J v STATE GAZETTE. VOL. 2. AUSTIN TEXAS SATURDAY NOVEMBER 9 1850. NO. 12 tV-1SBW THE TEXAS STATE GAZETTE. PUBLISHED. BY V. II. CUSUNEY State Printer. TERMS. SUBSCRIPTION. Four Dollars per Volume of fifty-two uumbers. Single numbers Ten Cents. In alLcases payment in advance will be required of Sub- scribers living out of the County of Travis or the amount assumed by a respon- sible resident of the City of Austin or the Agent. In this particular there will be no respect of persons or deviation fronvour terms on any account whatever. ADVERTISING. Advertisements will be inserted at One Dollar pei square f seven lines or less for tfupTirst insertion and fifty cents for each continuance. One-half these charges will'bejtnade to those who advertise by the year with the privilege of changing quarfJrlySj Business Cards of notfinoreiihanjone square will be inserted for ten dollars per annum...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Texas State Gazette — 9 November 1850

' I I t. t fc; & lit I t 1 If 90 TEXM' STATE 1MZETTE. NOVEMBER 9 THE STATE GAZETTE. CITxfOF AUSTIN SATURDAY NOVEMBER 9 1850 I r ' 4 t i f 03?3? On Tuesday the Oth'inst. Capt. II. E McCnlloch's company ofsrangorsj was organized Jand mustered ino Bcrvice by Lieut. Thos. JfliVood U. S. A. II. E McCulloch was elected. Captain Johii. R Kiug.firet lieutenant and Calvin. S. .Turner second Houtc.nant . . . We understand the company will bo stationed in Refugio county in jhc. neighborhood of Lamar. '' I "ttJ 'A detachment of eomo two hundred recruits for the 8th infant- . ry and 2d dragoons' passed through town this week under- the com- v mand of Maj. Sibtcy on their way to the frontier post's fiQIrraddition to tho unofficial .returns published in our last we havcVdceived tho following. For tho official returns' see our table. . tip-'-' . . a . Washington town Fc . "uid'epcndOJice town '"tAndbrson Grimes county "'Unofficial previously published) 'Official'votc received n 'h'i. -';' : : T...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Texas State Gazette — 9 November 1850

m. ' TEXAS STATE GAZETTE. i Hon V. E. Howard. The Hon. V. E Howard in passing through our city wns in- vited by several of our citizens to address the people in referenco to the great political questions of the day. Tho following is his reply: Austin Nov. 1 I89O. Genilonien : In answer to your kind request to address the peo- ple or Austin before I return lioi.no 1 beg leave to say that owing to indisposition and necessary engagements it will not bo in my power to do so at this timo. I hope however on my way to Washington to be able to pass through Austin when it will give me pleasure to comply with your request to give my "dpinions on the great questions of tho day." Your obedient servant VOLNEY E. HOWARD. ' Messrs. .1. 0. Raymond Geo. J. Durham James R. Robert- son .lames H. Kaymomd J. Hancock J. M. Swisher Thomns Ward Jas 13. Shaw J. M. Long W. H. Cushney S. Crosby and others. For the State Gazette. Mechanic's Association Ma. Editor: Permit me through your columns to say a word t...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Texas State Gazette — 9 November 1850

Elf r a r i LVi 9 fMMMMM TEXAS STATE GAZETTE. 9 Hfetry tf the Cewprewiso Sckcwc. Believing that it rt-oUld lo interesting to our numerous renders we give herewith an intercslihij historical recapiiulation of tho proceeding. of Congrera upon tho compromise bill beginning with the introduction of Mr. Clay's resolutions ' January lost the basis of tho measure. ' January 29 1850. Henry Clay introduced his compromise reso- lutions with an explanatory speech. Earnestly resisted on ho threshold by Messrs. Footo Davis Downs and other Southern Senators. February 5. Mr. Clay's resolutions special order Immense Eretsure of the people to hear Mr. Clay's regular exposition of is plan. Ladies admitted to the floor. 6. Mr. Clay concludes his great regular opening speech on his resolution of compromise. Great sensation. 8 Mr. Houston's r solutions in favor of the Missouri Compro- mise line discussed by him. 11. Mr. Berrien delivers a powerful speech in opposition to tho plan of Mr. Cloy's resolutio...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Texas State Gazette — 9 November 1850

'- ' ''?viWitWMMW'lRIPWiPtWg Jfcrf- v-ur1 t 1850. TEXAS STATE GAZETTE. 9B! SPEECH OP HON. MATTHIAS WARD Delivered in the Senate of Texas on Monday the second day of September 1850 on the Bill to organize the Mili- tia of the State and to suppress Insurrection in the Counties of Saiita FL and Worth. Mr. President : I hnd not intended to make any remarks on the present occasion. But as 1 am now called upon to cast my vote on this important measure it becomes necessary that I should state to the Senate the reasons which will control my ac-. tion upon the bill now under consideration. I come here Sir feeling the responsibility resting upon mo as one of the representatives of the people at this important era in the history of our country ; and I was pleased to find the same feeling entertained by members of the Legisloture generally. The first move made touching the question which we werocnll ed to consider was to declare by a sweeping resolution that " We will maintain the honor and the...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Texas State Gazette — 9 November 1850

'..AJI.Vili -Uf'Jl l-f iimi iiiiiii i hiimiii i i itti iimnfi 553 M- U m 1 'h r f f f tffi; ft I my M & nt mi i i T0mimmmmamM m " i Ft J- i TM STATE.6A2ETTE.' NOVEMBER 9 ' j ijfjftV '' ' ' Prom the New Orleans Delia. Tfc Fugitive 81av6 Bill and (ho Slavery Agitation. Tho Fugitive Slnvo bill is regarded by the southern fricnUs of me'" uomproraise ' as niogrcai uiu mvaiuauie quia pro quo mr me concessions muuo uy mu ouuui in wmi uui. ytucii i s ui.ii- iichts asked what havo we got by that measure the friends ofthe compromise exultitigly exclaim "behold tho stringent bill to re- claim slaves escaping into tho free States. Sue how prompt and summary it is in its action. We havo now a process by which tub" provisions of1 the Federal constitution in relation to fugitives frdm labor so long a dead letter" will be independent of State ac- tion and be put in efficient operation. The commotion it has excited it) lh North- proves its efficiency." Well let tills be .so let it be" set1 down ...

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