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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern Standard — 20 May 1846

1 THE NORTHERN STANDARD e "0K CHAS. DE MORSE. LONG SHALL OUR BANNER BRAVE T1IE BREEZE- -TUB STANDARD OF THE FREE. EDITOR AND PROPRIETOR VOL.V CLAE-KSVILLE TEXAS MAY 20 1846. NO. 8. I I SINGLE COPIES ONtiDIME. TERMS: The No.TBits Stikdaeo is published every tcaaesaaytupon 3 urge size imperial aneet. "it will be furnished to subscribers si S4 per an' num. in advance fire dollars at the end of six Hionthsorix dollars at the end ol the volume if paid m cuh; in Trade or Produce- :t will be five dollars in advance til at the end of aix months or seven at the close of the volume. Advertisements will be inserted at one dollar w square for the Grst insertion and fifty cents for each subsequent insertion if paid in advance. If cne week is allowed to elapse without pavmecUift- ty per cent will be added to the charge and after six months two dollars per square will be required. Ten lines orrender ill be considered a square. One line over a square will be considered tiro ever (nentv tines three ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern Standard — 20 May 1846

Provisions -and gsgre depottied elj accepted y tlropleIneddilion la' ibta vk).tim r;.r.s;Tor thesis of IheViubpnied fitlsa fact rm well known that theoViginal omrun-rs (.a tnnr way to Form Isabel ' coastkctipiv signed by tbeHenverKlsn was ott companies witt-tjcndesvous at Gaives-j lost amid the disorders" which immediately orifand take up their 3be of match lor ihtlijblkuved iu birth and that the instrument place as soon as their company ofgnrrtzation ! ubeqnenl!y offered to and accepted by the s completed an.i forward muster rolls lothci people was-compilcd as well as might be- AcrjnUnlBtneinl. At .Galveston supplies of subsistence and trscjin nation will be fur msSeaiSem by incuts ivmgsbary ot tne Ordnance D-parunratj tb wbera command ants of companies a-nll report cpon their ar- rival. The men ate required" to furnish themsjves wrftj good rifles andequipnicnts nnd the mourned men sBfitaitht ammunition until ther arrival at Gofpoi Chrii'.i -. The org.mbalioB nTihe several companie...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern Standard — 20 May 1846

ulur. msi we ars confided that if ii had been submitted to the vota of the people u would hae been He'eated bja large major ity. TberishtofsujprrageisrJno orthe dear- tat privileges of the Iree-man j but to be tru- ly free the cithcir should be -permitted to xcreiselhli tight justaVhs choose: either bylallot-or viva voce. To compel him to vote according lo a particular method is to "restrict this right and is contrary to the spirit cf "Republican institution. Wc lftarn that in Virginia and ICentucky where this method of voting has prevailed since the days efFederalisirt a large portion of the people arc opposed to itbpcase it enables the rich land hotdersto influence the voles of the per- sons in thalr smp'oyment. This u not done directly but the large land holder or manu- lacturer may ray to iho ?e employed by him "you arc frcete Vote for whom yon please and t itm free to employ whom 1 please and i jshall not employ those who rote against ray Jrifcnds1 this threat would hare j;p ef...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern Standard — 20 May 1846

3gctr- THE POET'S'SQNGTO THE STARS. $' Oh ye that calmly move ln'holy.peace above Kulediby harmonious lore . Sincaiirstthe world waa-xiew! OW solemn stars of eight! -- Upon your'pith of light Ettrnal'pnr8andibright-- . JI apeak to you.- ";"jr " "While traUngJjrIja ' - . Upon yoarthlnin J rays V - " A tender softness" pltyt Within my breast and-brain S weet stars Kl-bive bnyhree' y Fond.wishes dear to ras" Oh! do not let them be . - ' Breathtortfith vain ! ... ' r - .. . TheoTlha(ihaT?tnown" The-love'I thought my own ' It faili'lina.left alone - 'Mine is a joyless lot. Restore that love'whieh blest The poet's dinging breast j V Thlsisray first request Refuse it not 1 !"".; And deem it notioo hard -' Obstarl to grant the bird . - One only one reward For all bis glowing liyi ! The"yrebentaih:ay hand f Ohi-ltt it but command C In this. myFatherland V One voice of praise! - '' . -- And 'nben'c'caifi'.s hoor is nigb r . Then swaa-likc let me die And an wards let me fly- As tngar pure and ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern Standard — 27 May 1846

THE NORTHERN STANDARD " s- . 9 CHAS. DE MORSE. LONG SHALL OUR BANNER BRAVE THE BREEZE THE STANDARD OP THE FREE. EDITOR AND PROPRIETOR 4 VOL. t CLARKSVILLE TEXAS MAY 27 1846. NO. 9. V IV 'A : flNGUE-COPIES OTiE DIME. TERMS: The Nostdsbk Standard is published every Wednesday .UDon a laxrre size iinoMinl -sheet. It will be furnished to subscribers at SI per an- num is ad ranee. five dollars at the end of six months cnii dollars at the end of the volume if P in cash; Sn Trade or Produce it will be fire dollars in advance six at the end of six roonths.or seven at the close of the volume. Advertisements will he inserted at one dollar per square for the first insertion. and any cents for ach subsequent insertion if paid in advance. If cne week is allowed to elapse withoutpaymentfift- y per eem win ne auaed to the cnarge ana auer. six months two dollars per square will be required. Ten lines or under ;ili be considered a square. One line orer a square will be considered two. rer twenty line...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern Standard — 27 May 1846

texr- Zl-"r- TTU. i r XI they shajild deliver nptoi.bim v.-n -JBederslH ifle rebelltonVwho -.lithe unor.n dcede-Tof e rebellionyv eraained in the citytorroini oat lo him thoir residences. "2$. ThS-totalditarmmentof the inbabi ants sbqild4ale place and that all weapon snoald be deposited in the castle before noon en tbcSlh.tnsiant 3d. Any person who during the slay of ike' jfrostriscs ip Gracbw 'appeared with weapons in bis hand or in 'whose dwelling urmscfany kind should be found should be judged by court martial within twenty-four hours. The Bresian correjponecnt of the Wee I Zeftufi""slajes thai it Avas generally believ- ed lfeerecn the Hh inst that the great body of the insurgents would rctreaf to the raoun taint ol 6nlicWj and there co'mmence a. gite rilla -varfsre. It Is thought that the PoKsb insurgents will jctirstu the Carpathian mountains and theieaet the part of the dircassiaus. INDIA AND HOLLAND. Tbe latest accounts from the East show that the condition of onr empire in t...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern Standard — 27 May 1846

r nr lr ? f -V V : f Vi VWAA.1f.Il l -JSVas" V The Northern Standard. GLARKSVILLE WE DNESDAY MAYS7.1 84 6 S3 We are authorized to aaaouact Wade II Vjkixc as a Candidate font-election to the Dis. trlct Clerkship cfRed JUver County- 3"Wsare authorized to ann0u7.ce Geo. P. Iiawtok as a Candidate for re-election to the Couaty Clerkship of Rid Hirer Count y - 13" TO are authorised to announce Ju B. TCooTrxx as a candidate for Probate Judge or the Count or Red River. C3" Ws are authorized to announce Dju XV T. F. Coles.ss a candidate for EaicmiEK Gin. xsuioffirst Regiment 2nd division Texas Mill tit Fno for the Xovutrizzia. We understand lint some ofthe ladies ofClarVsrille are preparing a Flag to be presented to the Volunteers. 1 ' B3"YTe leant from Fort Towsan that all the troops stationed there left on Tuesday .under com- mand of Capt. T. L. Alexendf r on the Steamer Jlarney for Gen. Tavlor'a Head Quartersria N. Orleans. The Fort is left ia charge of the ladles. iCT Our thanks ire due ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern Standard — 27 May 1846

Ilrjttr ti LIFE'S LESSON SHOULD BE. . ' Forget not regret not ' ..The Joys thai- have fled Thou gh sweeter and fleete r - Than fresh odor sTsed . ?t?iaa tbe jessamine's cup Or thCcbngU chalice hid -Vrom tbe gase ofthe-sua NcatiUhe-YioUt 's "d- Forget not regret not; . Hope er 6rhonldAura. Tbe incense of laye -e In her fane ral urn. Skeddin glory andJlght - O'cilne gems ofihe past" By-time on theaRer Ofinemor.jr-eaj-. ' . Forset not regret not .jhjr sijonldjre'e TCgret While one. ster-remains. ' Thai anotherbajjret -And thoashTallTnaIjare faded. Others bfifltefy. fe Tbreugh jheglgprn rnay arise Than onticewprshtirp'd stair Forget not regret not. Lifers lessen should "be Like the stars that are bung O'ertke limitless sea A flideto oar path " r Bright links oTthe chain -. To lead usand bind us '-To Tinne again. THE PASSION FLOWER. Ti night fis night the boor of hour. When lore'Ii's down with folded wing By Pysche In her starless bowers- And down his fatal arrow fling? Those bowers when...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern Standard — 3 June 1846

pr - -WJ V - NORTHERN STANDARD 9 CHAS. DE MORSE LONG SHALL OUR BANNER BRAYB TJIE BREEZE THE STANDARD OP THE FREE. EDITOR AND PROPRIETOR VOL. 4.l CLARIS VILLE I&E-XAS JUNE 3 1846. NO-10 eTV W SINGLE COPIES ONE DIME. TERMS: The Koxtherk SriKiuaa ii published ererj .ujmw.jjujujujuijs ne imperial sneet- It will be furnished to subscribers at St tier an. num in ad ranee fire dollars at the end of six tnonuis.orsix dollars at the end o( the Tolame if paia in CASH; III Trade orPrtv'tiCi- it -win he five dollars m advance six at the end of ix month.sor seven at the close ot the volume. Advertisements will be inserted at one dollar per squire for the first insenion.and fitly cents for each sUDrcqucnl insertion if paid is adtance. If one week U allowed to elapse without pirmenthTt- ty per cent will bemadded to the charge "and after six months two dollars per square will be required. Tea lines or underrwill be considered a square. One line over a square will be considered two. rer twenty t...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern Standard — 3 June 1846

--. - V r . Vs;. .:S- ! A The Northern Standard. CLARKSVILLE AVE DK ESDA Y J 0 N E 3. 1 84 6 (CTU'e are autbttrimd u announce James Jti- Mto as a ciodHalc for assessor aad collector of Bed River counly. CT We ire authorized to anmnmee Col. W)i. C Yew.6 of Red Hirer a Candidate for Ms- jr General of the lit dttis ion of Texas MPtHs competed of the counties of Fannin Lasaar Red River aid Bowie. 7 AVe are aaiinrised W aenounee Dk . T. F. Coles.ss a eaofidate for Rucidick Gejj- kbai. oTCwt Brigade Tit division Texas Mili- tfx. jQ- We are authorised hi announce Ji. B. Woottsn as a candidate for Tcabate Judee of ine Casmly of Red Rirer. ETWe acwaBtfcorUed t anac-nuca Wade II Vi.mxc as rf Candidate te-rre-eleciton to the Dis- trict CleAshir- of Red River County. t3" We are soihorixed lo acnou-ce Geo. F. I...WTPJJ ae a Candidate for re-eleetioo to the Coaety Clerkship of Red River County BaiHfirriUJ Wcrcftr such of our readers as feel interested in tta naris-atioo of iled ISvei to the comro...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern Standard — 3 June 1846

of Americaawl lho King of ihe United King dom of Great Britain and Ireland for thei I period often yearsatjd afterwards indefimtc - ly extended and continued in forcoby another convention of lie same parties concluded the 6th day of Augustan the year of our Lord one thousand eight hundred and tweniy-ser. en it -was agreed that any country that may be claimed by either party cnthe northwest coastof America rcestwaid of the Stony or Rocky Muuiitians now called She Oregon territory should together with its harbors bay akd creekand the navigation of all riv- ers tvilhin the same bs 'free and open to the Ttssels citizens and subjects of the two Pow- ers.but without prejudice to any claim which either of the parties might hav6 to any pa rt of said country: and wuh thi.Jurther provis- ion in the second article of the said conen- tien of the sixth of Augusteighteen hundred J and twenty-sevenhat either party might abrogate andannul said contention on giving ' dcti notice of twelve months to ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern Standard — 3 June 1846

PofJvu jit-; -dE SPRING RAINS. -v ST WBSt K. t NICHOLS. The sky u in!! en and gray The cToodsliacghciTy and 'dark ' On ihe lowering brow of tie opening day: And huVhtdjn the:glen it tbe blithesome lay QCtho tntltaw-ibroateii laijf. For more than a weary week. All the heavens hare btsnin lean ; And the boards winds scb nhzre lhey whistled bleak Through the o'deira tops by the swollen creek The haum.cf oar early years. The streams in tbe xnoantaiss rath - With arrowy swiftness down: Frotaibe rock? and ihe kiH the water? gexh. Ywte tbe-MTdMiila&s and the Bader-brush Are sapless dripping md brorrn. The earth !i sombre and sad The frees' looE gloomy around The heart oft.he farmer! ne longer glad The seed he sowed he wishes be bed From it graveia the ground. Grass it beginning to peep On the bare mi sloping hHb Bat the trees thetfeH kit autumn asleep. Still mournfully uud and laoarnruliyVeep Ac the ran comet down in rills. YraMs are diecorcd and damp Urchin's hair only is crbpj Tbe he...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern Standard — 10 June 1846

a e r T AN D AMD 0 CHAS. DE MORSE LONG SHALL OUR BASNER BRAVE THE BREEZE-THE STANDARD OP TUB FREE. EDITO.R AND PROPRIETOR S20-IJ 'T few I beree I. -7Z VOL. 4. SINGLE COPIES ONE DIME. TERMS: The NoaTHERK Standard i published every Wcdncadav.upon a Ur-e stxe imperial sheet. 1 win be furnished s&sabscHbers st $1 per an- num id advance fitirdollars alihe end or six moflthi.orsix dollars at tlie end ol the rolame if paid id cuh i in Trade or Produce it win be fire dollars in advance six at tbe end ofsix. moibor seven alUiecfote of the volume. Advenrses&eitu will Jbe inserted at (me dollar per squire for the first insertion and Cfy ccala Tor each subsequent insertion if paid in advance. If one week u allowed to elapse mthoolpaymeaLfift- tj per cent will be added la tbe cbafSi aad afier. sii ra oaths two dollars per square wfll be required. Ten lines or under niU be considered a square. One tine over a square will bs considered two. orer iirentv lines three 4e. Yearlv advcrtisemenL...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern Standard — 10 June 1846

-SSm. is-- ( i X u.cnt tv should doubtless have oaeuped all the d.S-G.' '. it Jure we ore mi? iavolv - Iusie&i of this however .ivc faa been! exerting Qtir efforts to propitiate .her good wilL Upoa the pretext that Texas a natioo ns Mdepcndentas-hersclf thought proper te wiiftc its destinies with our own she has affected-to believe that we severed her right- ful territory And in official proclamations end manifestoes has repeatedly-threatened to make war UPC us for (he purpose of re-core qucrlng Texas." In the meantime we heve tried every effort at reconciliation. The cupf forbearance bad been exhausted even before the recent information front the fron- tier of the Dl Norte. But now after reiter- ated menace Mexico has passed the boundv ry of the United Staleshas invaded our terri! wry and sbtd American blood upon the A- inerjcan iojI. She has proclaimed that hos tilitles have commenced and that the two na- trons are now at war. At wareitsU and noiwilhf.snding all out efforts to...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern Standard — 10 June 1846

A. .wanf ss. "' r t ih yonn i girt to whom tt is brtiwhrd. and nboufflBSSmarried itivI-esJ.erA walk ! whit hiram35pnd an hour jo oltaSwitcon . '-? ' terse awwha1 gentle" reaOecdo'yon jup- pose he introduced to the dreamy fa neb of hi vnnnr r.rfltilsira n anlwaaf tnr i-aVAvar. tho onporuintly o a naHwOgT to town to aUion m an amiiocy ramble? " ' ' " - e . - -. . . - Igiveyoua short jkech of our first days Saadeot Cupid ivatinil Oh. .title God i ' 3 : It- . - ! tourney You are aware that oft yesterday unstring yoar bow for pt' while ve relate jJ J i ti . i ffi-ninj our first encampment was struck wual a Frenchman talks about -hen in lovr. " ... w . - . . . . . .. about three mile Item CIar.ks.mic prupar- Well vou hare lU Our friend A-vicou the . . . . . u v .u u .. r L . Uiry to taking cp the Ime ol march nifiooB artisan: who by the by is a noble true heart. 3 . . . f-llm...?. Wm n.. earnest; wherlhis mormng a general tenr... . . . ... . ' . . Iv in ln wnh thu v mi-'irl- t r-r..nl cd ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern Standard — 10 June 1846

' V -" jFVdss thtPieayune ot Afsv ISth ' FtJRTHER FROM THE ARMYll SafelfffQtftt. Ttomton cxZ Zicsf. Juine. j fist Gen. Taylor's Casts iVer- rat iti cftMt .lcitot. tj-fc cyr. The steam schooner Florida Capt. Clni arrived at this pan Monday evening from Brazos Santiago whence sbe sailed on the 6th inst' Although hrr dates are not so late by oae day as the New York's they coatalu fuller and more authentic details of events on the Rio Grande sod pet quite a new aspect on affairs. The reader will be delighted to hear that nhr Capt."Ihorflion nor Lieut. Kane was tilled w lheaSair ot the surprise of Capt Thornton's Dragoons. We give below a minute account ol the surprise aod acs;on of (he accuracy of which we bare no doubt. It will be toad with universal inserest. The Florida brought oter official des- patches from Gen. Taylor for the Govern "moot CoL Whistler came passenger on the Florida. A gentleman who nlso came pas stager or theschooocr.hasfurnisJied us with the following narrative uf...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern Standard — 17 June 1846

IORTHER N S T A8 DAB D kJL.- -JLJL. ItfV- V k ' .' i CHASDEMO.RSE LONG SHALL OUR BANNER BRAVE THE BREEZE THE STANDARD OP THE FREE. EDITOR AND PROPRIETOR I 4 R VO?4. UliMg ! "BfC CLAKJISVILLE TEXAS JUNE 17 1846 NO-12 SINGLE COPIES ONE DIME TERMS: - T The NoRTntuN Standard is published every Wednesday upcn a Isrxe size imperial sheet. Ii will be furnished to subscribers si S4 per an- num in adtaice. fire doilars at the end or sis taoalhj.orsii dollars at the end cl the volaoe if paid in cash; in Trade cr Produce it trill be fire dollars in advance six at the end of sir months.or seren at the close of the rolum;. Advertisement will be inserted at one dollar per square for the Crst-insertion aud fitly cents for ach subsequent insertion if paid in advance. If one week is allowed to elapse rt ithoutparmenUSfi- iy per cent will be added to the charge and alter. six months two dollars per square will be required. Ten Iiijes cr nnder nil! be considered a square. One line orer a square will b...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern Standard — 17 June 1846

--JP - 1 'Wiuar'AJi iSBiir" The Northern. Standard. CLARKSVILLE W E BNESDA Y JUNE 17. 1S4G 52" 'e are aBthorized to announce Hhb P. Yoonc an a Candidate far Atseecr and Collector efRed Rue: County. iSrWeareanihorize.toanaoa-c Cat. Sim- Tel W. Sims at a candidate or Brigadier Geaer. al of the "od Brigade tint divbioa Tex MJIilit composes! Of tie CouutiesofTfed Jttveraud Bovrie. ET" We are a&thorized te aaaoanee Charles J C. Wtujra.v as s cafididalefor Colonel of 1st Regiment and Brigade 3d DivMoo Texas Mili- tia. ET We areatt&erieed to atwosnee A. J. Titos as a candidate for sseisor and OHeclor of Hed Hirer County. CTWe are authorized to announce James Jer- sixes as a candidate for assessor and collector of Red River coattj'. C3 Wc are auiaerizedto announce Col. Wm. C ViHJXG of Hed River a a CandjfUle for Ma- jor General ot tfee lit division of Texas Ali'-Mia coiDpoied of tbe courties of Faania Lamar Red Rircr and Bowie C7 We are aanWized to aanoaeee Dk W. T F. Couct.is a can...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern Standard — 17 June 1846

(& h l i As soon as Gen. ArisiaTafrIved in Mala- inoroBjbe scntatcneea flag to' exchange such prisoners as he had in Malamoros. He showed great anxiety to get back Vega of- fering to exchange two or three officers for him hut Gen. Taylor had sufficient to make op the exchange without giving upGsn. Vega. It has been said that Gen. Taylor offered the latter his parole of honor which he declined accepting on the ground that if he returned he would be forced to bear arras again by his government. This distin- guished officer with Col. Martinez and two others sailed in the Col. Harney on the 13thj for New Orleans. Gea. Vega is the Col. Vega that was captured by the Texan iorces 01 me siawgnter 01 Ban Jacinto tie was also at the fall of the Alamo and is a bra.v6 and accomplished officer. Gen. Taylor arrived at PointIsabel on the evening of the 11th with his staff having previously started the train with the wounded and prisoners' The latter got in about meridian the following day. On ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern Standard — 17 June 1846

"- Cj-j .' r? -- ? leV p rc t r j NEVER RAIL AT THE WORLD nv cnAm.Es swain. Never rait at the wort i ft is as we raalre it Wc .see not the fio wer if we el not the seed; And as for iH loci why ItsJHttBswe take it Tbe bean that's in ea'rncUnobarscan'i.Bpede. You ooestlos the justice which goverLs man's breast r v ... Aadsay iflattbe search fonhefrieild-aip if vaia; Bat remember this world.lhough it be not the test Is the next to the best we shall erer attain. Never rail attbcwerld nor aiiempt to exalt That feeling which questions society's claim; For often gear friendship is less in Ike fcttk. Less changeable oltyhan the sellMi who blame; Then noJer by ihe changes of fate besieprest. Nor wear lite a filter Time's sorrowful chain; BalbeljeF&hUthfe worldthou;b lib- not the best ls-the next to the best wo shall ever attain ! TOE ROMAUNT OF THE RIVER AND THE ROSS. &h i Joftie high the rue did stand The stream was'far below The Bower was fairest in the Urn!. AnA flrlrth -nlltors R...

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