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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 10 March 1853

A, .!JUC' .1 .1 - Yl I !.! "i ' h.'.c ! . i : . . . JLlo c.j . f - .,,ri ' , 'i;!. 1? ' r. ;. t v r- "Truth and Janice.!' Pubiisbed by James Harper. At $1 00 In. Alliance G A LL I P OL IS , OBtl 6; M ARCH 1 0,185 3. Volume XVIII. - - Number 15. Whole-Number-899 ! f GALLIPOL 0 JENA ! I i For the Gallipolis Journal. OSSIAN. Conlath and Cuthone Conlath and Cuthone A POEM. it . A s a tj if e k t Conlath was the youngest of Morni's sons, and bro ther to the celebrated Gaul. He was in love with Cuthona, daughter of Rumar, when Toscar, the son of Kin fena, arrived from Ireland at Mora, where Conlath dwelt. He feasted three days with the latter. On the fourth, he set nail, and coasted the island of Waves, one of the He brides; be saw Cuthona hunting, fell in Jove: with her, and carried her away by force in his ship. ' He was forced by the weather, into I-thona, a desert isle. In the meantime Con lath sailed after him, to have revenge, and found him on the point of sail ing for Ireland. They...

Publication Title: Gallipolis Journal
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 10 March 1853

THE JOURNAL. MKJSHBD ITEIT THVESDAT HOEHIHO BY JAMES HARPER, AI the Jow price of tl 00. in prance OAtLirOMS. JH.ABC11 I, 1833 Whig Ticket. , For Oovernor, - NELSON BARREltE, . . OC Highland, f . For Lieutenant Goreraor, ; . ISAAC J.ALLEN, -. , ; Of Richland, i' For Treasurer of State, HENRY BR ACH MAN, ' Of Hamilton. . For Secretary of State, """ NELSON H. VAN VORHES,' Of Athens. . Fof' Attorney General, WILLMM H.GIBSON, ' " Of Seneca. .. For Supreme Judge, FRANKLIN T. BACKUS, Of Cuyahoga. For Board of Public Works, . JOHN WADDLE, , Of Coshocton. The District Assessors. Will hold a meeting at the Court House, on Monday next, the 1 4th inst., preparatory to entering upon their offi cial duties. - - This Bank Cases. The Bank tax cases, so called, are now all decided, against the Banks. In the case cf the Logan branch, the Court decided the law unconstitutional which al lows an appeal from the construc tion given to the tax law by the Au ditor of State, and the appeal was dismissed. In...

Publication Title: Gallipolis Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 10 March 1853

menu, which we're Agreed to, and the bill passed. . frill J to; prori4a fpr :tbe tetter organization, cu. tbe Mate treasury passed.' ' " ' '' House, Mr. Denning, from the commiltoe on Finant, to -whom was jeferred - House .bill No.'' 172,: re ported the, same back, and ; recorn mended that the House disagree 10 Senate amendments. (This is the bill striking out the $100 xemption , clause of the tax bill. The Senate amended oy ex .amDl'ino- $75.1 - - Mr. Denting moved to amend the .Senate amendment by striking out $75 and inserting $50. ' Division 'demanded.and' the House- agreed to .trite out $75 yeaa 54, nays 26. ' The question then turning on in serting .foil, it, was lost yeas 34, nays 42. Mr. Bushnell moved to insert $25. Agreed to yeas 40, nays 37. Mr. Shellabnrger moved to amend 'so that 'such exemption should operate only in favor of those who had no other properly. Agreed to. The amendment of the Senate as amended by the House, was then rejected yeas 32, nays 44. - The School...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 10 March 1853

Knickerbocker Gossip. the , Edjtort table .9 ro08t gprigbUy, Maganeis Jwiyi rich, juicy reading. Tbe alternation from - grave lo gay, from the finest touches ' of pathos to the most ludicrous pie tares of fan, are not equalled by any magazine of the day. We copy, as - nsual, a few of the many 'good things in that department: ' We derive the following from , welcome correspondent at New Haven, (Conn.) The sketch will 'remind, tte reader, in some ol its - features, of Dickens' 'Parlor Orator In our place (no matter where) .we have a quiet Engiisn aie-oouse, kept -.by an honest, obstinate, and clever (American clever) old 'Johnny 'Bull,' whom we will call Jimmy 'Poud,. Jimmy is just such another fellow as old John Wallet, of the Maypola1 inn; comes down on a man in the same, way that John (be fore he went 'to the Sal wan tiers') used to come down on little Solomon Daisy, when Solomon ventured to eay that the moon rose at a certain hour: 'Never you mind about the moon. - Don't .you . tr...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 17 March 1853

.LsKf ,sr;.T-',v - A;J ' ' ' ' ' "' " ' : "" ' "' ' ' . ' ' - ' ' ' ." ,' . , . ... ........ : ..-. ";.- j ' ; 1.'. r,blished by James Harper. ; : ; ' : ;; Tra t lT and JjMUce. ;' V " ' ' ,", ,-' ' At tl 0 ju djaiic-. XVIII r- Number IG. , : G ALL IPOLIS, OHIO; MARCH 17, 185 3. Whole Number 900 Volume For the Gallipolis Journal. LOVE'S TRIBUTE. It is almost a year, dear friend,' : 'Sines an angel-band came down, And bore you iar away, t .. ; To wear a starry crown; , . ; .. My beart with grief seemed bursting, Oppressed with sorrow when they said They'd laid you down to rest, -. Upon your cold and clayey bed. I thought then of the fears - That gloomed your life so brief, A mother's prayers and tears, - A husband's stifled grief; , ' Of all within that home, ; How tearfully and meek,' , ' , They used to come each morn ,' And kiss your pallid cheek. And when I stood above " Thy grave of early doom, I beard a voice of love, , Steal through the misty gloom,' 1 And o'er a tide of woes A ...

Publication Title: Gallipolis Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 17 March 1853

THE JOURNAL. mUSHID BVBBY TBTIBS3AT HOBKHCO BY JAMES HARPER, At tbe tow price of f 1 00. 1" Anam GALL IPO LIS. - IUBCH IT, IMS Whig Ticket. For Governor, NELSON BAREEKE, Of Highland. For Lieutenant Governor, ISAAC J. ALLEN, Of Bichland. For Treasurer of Slate, , ' HENRY BRACHMAN, . Of Hamilton; For Secretary of State, . , NELSON H. VAN VOEHES, Of Athens. . , For Attorney General, WILLIAM IL GIBSON, Of Seneca. , For Supreme Judge, . FRANKLIN T. BACKUS, ' Of Cuyahoga. For Board of Public Works, JOHN WADDLE, Of Coshocton. ; " Cobet. The Spring term commenced last Monday, Judge Nash presiding. The following are the names of the Grand Jury: Daniel G. Wbiton, fore man; Robert K, Sisson, Thos. Evans, Nehemlah Grcver, Hiram Wilcox, An derson Neal, James Wilson, A. W. Warner, ffm. H. Eagle, Jno. Graden, Banj. Sprague, A. Lasley, Thomas Waugh, James McCormick, John N. Kerr. . .The traverse jury is as follows: Jas. McCall, Jno. Roadarmour. W. D. Rose, Benj. F. Mills, Lewis Gillespie, Reuben Al...

Publication Title: Gallipolis Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 17 March 1853

Foreign. NEW YORK, March 7, A. M. The Stefttt ar Baltic, With advice from Liverpool to the 23d ult., arrived at this port last night. Flour was very dull, and Philadelphia ani Baltimore brand were offered at 2?827s 6l without finding buyers.- Cora was only in limited request, and floating cargoes were- neglected. The London money market was stea- &J j.- - - . General Ihtelmgenci. Austria had expelled five thousand Swiss from Lom bardy giving them bat twenty-lour hoars to leare. Milan has been fined thirty thousand florins, to be paid weekly. .- Aa unsuccessful attempt was made to assassinate the Emperor Francis Jo seph, of Austria, by a Hungarian; the Emperor was slightly wounded is the head. A wide spread conspiracy has been discovered in Hungary. Hostilities had recommenced in Mon tenegro. The Baltic brings 40 passengers. On the 89th, she spoke the steamer City of Glasgow, bound for Philadelphia, and on the 6th she passed the steamer Arc lift. Among the passengers by the Bal t...

Publication Title: Gallipolis Journal
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 17 March 1853

Remarks of Mr. Cashing on the Black Bill. v. tVe copyr,ihe'7otlo wing from the Sit Journal LegblatiT. proceed- fngsof Friday, the 4:h instant: 1 Mr.' boshing reported back the bill i to prevent the further settle- meat of blacks and molattoes in the State ' of Ohio, with - amendmenta, vh!(h were agreed to, and the ques tion beinz.on the engrossment of the bill, -;- , Mr. Cashing said that he had in- tended to report the bill back several .weeks ago, but owing' to severe ill .ness he had been detained from at tendance on the Senate, and pre vented from introducing the 8UDJ"ec' againat.s early a day as he had desired. Illness had also prevented him from making the investigations which he had anticipated, and al though still laboring under great physical debility, he would now say a few words to the Senate. Since the .introduction of the b 11 he had been among his constituents and had freely conversed with them upon the object of negro exclusion. He had presented a long list of petitio...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 24 March 1853

, arm ,w w - a.yyj-1. i GALL liL S:- JO URN A ft;'! rfv"'.':.:! '"' til- f . : M v (Traih and Justice," At $1 00 Iiv Advance Published by jamei narpei tiime XVIII.-Number 17. GAL L IPOL I S ; OHIO , M ARCH 2 3 . 1 853 . Whole Number 9Q1 From the Scioto Gazette. THE GRAVE-YARD. Step UgMy! for beneath thy feet, ' ' In deaths repose, o calra and sweet. Sleep those who once vera gay as thou. Whose step, once light es thine is now. Oft wandered lo this holy ground, When, lingering near some "turf grown mound," . - - ' They fazed-as thou without a sigh And dreamed like thee (hey could not 6- i die. '; Oh! crush not carelessly yon flower! Its fragrance steals, with magic power, O'er some torn heart, whose gentle care The sweet love token planted there, To blossom in the quiet rale. Fanned by the zephyr's softest gale; In chastest beauty there to bloom, Upon some precious, loved one's tomb. Breathe softly! lest some grating sound, 'Mingling with the stillness so profound, Should startle, fr...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 24 March 1853

THE JOURNAL. 'UMmrrmaoT ivfif TinrtlfllT VO&lfllfO - Br JAMES HAKrtJK, v' At the low price bt tl 00, In advance . CAM-IPOLIS. tnVHBXV, - ' MARCH 34, ISM Whig Ticket. For Governor, . , : NELSON BAEEEEE, ' - Of Highland. For Lieutenant Governor, ISAAC J. ALLEN, . Of Richland. For Treasurer of State, HENRY BEACHMAN, Of Hamilton. For Secretary of State, NELSON H. VAN VOEHES, Of Athens. ' For Attorney General, WILLI M H.GIBSON, Of Seneca. For Supreme Judge, FRANKLIN T. BACKUS, Of Cuyahoga. For Board of Public Work?, JOHN WADDLE, Of Coshocton. The New School Law. As under the new law regulating the puSIkcation of the laws we shall for a time suspend inserting the laws, we give a short synopsis of the new School law The law is a long one, containing 69 sections. Every township forms one district, with sub-districts, is now. On the second Monday in April, 1653, the sub-districts shall elect three directors, the one receiving the highest number of notes to serve for three years, the next...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 24 March 1853

Adjournment. At eight o'clock on Monday morn ing," berth-; Houses of the; Legislature adjourned, sine die, f No business of Importance wasJonein that session. In .the Senate, an effort was made to agreje tm the House amendments to thdlSTressurybill, botft failed. That measure is therefore- lost, and the Treasury Department "remains under the same, laws as heretofore. The resolution ordering the Aoditor to pay the amount claimed by Meda ry for last year's printing, was dis cussed in the Senate, but was finally withdrawn. The account ' remains unsettled. ' T-'"- In the House, at the hour of eight, the Speaker arose, and thanked the i members for their courtesy, &c, to him," during trie session. Messrs. Lytle and Ward, of. Warren, spoke in response, in a very happy manner. The Speaker then announced that the House stood adjourned. Similar events took place in the Senate. The members separated with motual good feeling... And thus closed the first -Legislature under the second consti...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 24 March 1853

LAWS OF OHIO. BY AUTHORITY. AN ACT . Te -rwricle draining and . nn d crowed land fronted to the "State of Ohio, by art of or.-Plm'"' Seotember 28th. 1830. .. . R,.l Be tienacleibi the General Ammm&h, e the Stole of Ohm, That within thirty deys - .H. .ms of this act, the Attditor of State ahall cause to be transmitted to ths County Auaiior 01 encn county iu , which any of said swamp or overflowed 'lands may be situated, list of the aame , by such description, and in such divis ions and subdivisions as reported by the Secretary of the Interior to the Gover nor of the State of Ohio. Sec. 2. That Jt ahall be the datyof : the aaid several County Auditors, Im mediately after the reception of such list, to notify the County Commissioners of 'his county thereof; whose duty it shall be, as soon thereafter as practica ble, to appraise said lands, and make return thereof, In writing, to the said Auditor, and they ahall also at the same time, taking to their assistance if neces sary, a comp...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 31 March 1853

(GAL j JlJo:v;;' - - - r - Published by James Harper. "Truth and Justice.'? f or At $1 00 In Ad vane Volume XVIII Number 18. G A L L I POL I S , Q II I O , MARCH, 31 , 1 5 3 : Whole Number 9Q2 k3 ;t ; (Ly U' UJ JL lid N 1L it ...-' . NOBLEMEN. BY C. D. STUART. This noblest men I know on Earth, Are men whose band are brown with toil. Who backed by no aoeestral Rrares, . . Hew dowa the woods and till the soil, And win thereby a prouder fame ' Than follow king or warrior's name. i - x .The workinpnen! whate'er the task, Toeafre the stone or bear the hod Tbejr wear-open their bonest brows The royal stamp and seal of God ! ' And brighter are their drops of sweat -Than diamonds in a coronet ! ..... . ' . God bless the noble workingmen, . Who rear the cities of the plain ; ' Who dig the mines and build the ships, . And drive the commerce of the main ; God bless tbem ! for their swarthy hands ' tiara wrought the glory of all lands. BY C. D. STUART. Cold Friday.—1810. . The 19th of January, ...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 31 March 1853

THE JOURNAL. VBUSbTBS KVBBT THOESDAT MOEimiS BY JAMES'HARPER, At tha low price of tl 00, hi advance - GALLIPOLIS. fHItlUT, - - - MARCH SI, 1S33 Whig Ticket. For Governor, . NELSON BAfiREEE, ' Of Highland t or Lieutenant Governor, ISAAC J. ALLEN, " ; Of Richland. for TreareT State, HENRY BRACHMAN, Of Hamilton. For Secretary of State. frELSON H. VAN VORBES, Of Athens. " For Attorney General, WILLIAM H.GIBSON, Of Seneca. For Supreme Judge, FRANKLIN T. BACKUS, Of Cuyahoga, for Board of Public Work, JOHN WADDLE, Of Coshocton. ' Railroad. The four million bill which we announced at baring passed (be Senate of Virginia, has been de feated in the Rouse, we understand. In regard to the terminus of the Central Road, the Board of Public Works, whose duty it is to fix the Western terminus, is equally divided between the mouth of Kanawha and Sandy. The Gover nor in such case will decide the matter. What will be the result we know not, but tho friends of the Kanawha route re confident that the ro...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 31 March 1853

Woo. H. Beecher, of Chillieoibe, affirms In the Scioto Gazette, his wil lingness to meet any Romanist Bish op, Priest or Deacon, in oral or writ ten debate,' touching the special claims of t h e Roman Catholic Church, ? xi o i : ' ' - - New Go o d s .AT PORTER, wmm iu mmsm- mrnrn Maasaacr 1 1853. , HEBARD & WALKER, ARE receiving direct from the Im FoaBS and Maicofacttbers a large and eplendid assortment of ' Good of ail descriptions, suitable for the season, which they offer to (he citizens of Porter and vicinity, at prices unusually low. The articles they keep Tor sale are of the "first vo ter," and no mistake, and will be sold for a veiy small advance on cost, for Cash oa its equivalent oner. We would respectfully say to the public that we Intend to sell at more moderate prof its than the same quality of goods have ever beore been sold in Porter. The nimble "sixpence" we are after, not the sluggish dollar, for the "sixpence" in hand will do us more good than the dol lar on the...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 31 March 1853

THlCl.lTTON-BUI.WKt Teeatt. Mr. Clayton, in thetSenafe cm Tuesday, con cluded his remark in reply to Mr. Ma son and Douglas. Id bis peroration he eired, with expressions of warm appro bation, the following passage, from the Inaogural Atdrea of President Pierce: "I intend that my Administration shall leave no blot upon oar fair record, and trust I mar safely give the assurance that no act within the legitimate scope of my constitutional authority will be tolerated on the part of, any- portion of Aur citizens, which cannot challenge a ready justification before the tribunal of the civilized world," . Mr. Ulayton saw that he listened to these sentiments on the fourth of Mnrch with a thrill of ad miration, and that if '.he President would mot nit tn thoM sentiments, that be would find among his old opponents .some' of his warmest friends. . . .; The honorable Senator repelled with indignation the idea that the United States could not be restrained by the faith or treaties; that we must ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 7 April 1853

OAI I IDA Mi ... . . I A- MJ1 a. JJU11 Published by James Harper. "Truth and Justice." At $1 00 lr Advance Volume XVIII Number 19. GALL I POL IS, OHIO, APRIL 7, 1853. Whole Number 903 LAWS OF OHIO. BY AUTHORITY. AN ACT Tb aoYide lot Urn Beorganixatioa, Superrt- um no maintenance of Common school. . Bee. 1. Be it enacted by the General Jtstmbly w auae oj Vluo, That hereafter each and every" organized township in the State shall compos but ons school district for all purposes connected with the general interests of educa tion iq the township, end shall be confided to the management and .control of a board of education, and the several school districts and lrac .tional parts thereof, which sow are, or may hereafter be established in -the several -organized townships of the Mate, shall be regarded as sub- districts, and be confided to the management and control of local directors as . hereinafter provided; put nothing contained in this act shall be so construed as to give to the townshi...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 7 April 1853

THE JOURNAL. IMTBUSHED BVEXT TBTBSDAT atOEHIIIw BY JAMES HARPER, it the low price of advance OAtMPOLIS. - APBIL T, lSfS Whig Ticket. For Governor. KELSON BARREBE, Of Highland. For Lieutenant Governor, ISAAC J. ALLEN, Of Richland. For Treasurer of State, HENRY BRACH MAN, Of Hamilton. For Secretary of State, KELSON H. VAN VORHE3, Of Athens. ' For Attorney General, "WILLIAM H.GIBSON, Of Seneca. For Supreme Judge, FRANKLIN T. BACKUS, Of Cuyahoga. For Board of Public Works, JOHN WADDLE, Of Coshocton. The New School Law. We pub lish this week a part of this law, and shall conclude it next week. All that relates to the election on Monday will be found in this paper. We commend this law to the careful at tention of our readers, as it is likely to be strongly assailed. Examine its provisions, where it differs from the old law. The act is an important one, and we trust the people, those interested in building up a system of common schools which shall be the pride and glory ot the State in all...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 7 April 1853

H-EW ',. "B--S ;-. ' The Good Time has Come. FRANK. CAREL, Jr., i TTAS ja'ii received from Philadelphia one of the Insert and most beautiful Stock rl of STAPLE and FANCY DRY GOODS, Shoe. Hat, Bonnet, &c. ever brought to thi place. Among which may be found Ladiea DreM Good of the, most elefant rtyle and fabric, of every price, consisting in part of Calicoes, Ginghams, Lawns, Alpacas, Moo da Laines, Barege de Laines, Bareges, Brocade Silks; plain and dotted Swiss; all wool Delaines' high col'd French Cloths; embroidered Robes, &c Alo black and fancy col'd Kid Gloves; plain, tape lorder'd and emb'd L. C. Hdkfs; eilk Parasols; Bonnet Ribbands; Chip, Alboni. Coburg, col'd Gossamer, Hair Blonde, Florence ana uossamerossamer ana ueigraae, a no uommcr mo T.r. Bonnets: Straw Trimming, 4-c. Also Coitonade of ail (kinds; Nankeens; Slate Linen; Mutqeito Bars; Table Cloths; things which would be tedious to mention. will be cold for cub after the same pattern, rte me a call before bnvlnff...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 7 April 1853

Memoranda on a Tour for Health. BY N. P. WILLIS. There is an air of tjle given to Charleston by the. prevalence 01 hlnnA hnrs almost ever y vehicle! saw, public nnd private, telling thus 01 the universality to woi uuu Fio Tailed the sporting taslei of the gentlemen of Carolina. The par ticularly respectful, and at the same time half-affectionate manners of all tha blacks who came in my way, told also a story of the past character of. the city, confirming the impression of old family conservatism for which it is famous. I am inclined to read a third historic chronicle in the average speed of promenade on the side-walk here, which is considera bly slower than on the pave of any olher American city. I was quite impressed with this last phenomenon. A passage to Charleston from New York, to" see the let-alone magnolias, the looks of leisure and a few things taking.their time, as if eternity were really still on hand, might be ra tionally established, I think, among the pilgrimages of ref...

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