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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Loudon free press. — 29 April 1853

o YOL. I. LOUDON, TENNESSEE, APRIL 29, 1853. NO. 24. 6 o o o o PUBLISHED WEEKLY BT JNO. W. & SAM'L B. O'BRIEN, OJict onCedar Street, Eatt of the Public Square. TERMS. Two Dollars in advance; Two Dol lars a'xd Fifty Cexts in six months; Three Dol lars at expiration of year. Advertisements inserted at $ I per square fur the first, and 50 Cents fur each subsequent insertion. YEARLY RATES. Professional Cards, (five lines,) $ 5 " (more than five lines,)...... 10 Quarter of column, 184 Half column 37 J One column 75 Announcing candidates, (advance,) $3 Address the Publishers, Post Paid. LOUDON: FRIDAY, APRIL 29, 1853. PROSPECTUS OF THB LOUDON FREE PRESS, For 1853. x ITaving assumed the onorous and responsible duties of public journalists, we feel the just de sire to increase the circulation of our paper, as it will not only increase our capabilities of doing good, but at the same time give us rea sonable remuneration for our labors. To ac complish this desirable end, we have determin ...

Publication Title: Loudon Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Loudon free press. — 29 April 1853

If'' JOHN IV. CVBIUI2X Editor. ron goveki-or,'-' -Maj. GI7STAVTJS A. HE2TRT, of Montgomery LOUDON: FRIDAY, APRIL 29 1553. The Whig State Convention met in the Rep resentatives Hall yesterday, and nominated Gustavus A. Henry for Governor. NuslirU.lt Gazette of Tuesday. From the above announcement it will be seen that the people's favorite, glorious old Gcs. Hekbt, is the whig candidate for Governor of Tennessee at the approaching election. The convention could not have selected a man more acceptable to the people. No man in the State has a stronger hold upon the affections of the masses. Gifted with inspiring eloquence, en nobled by the purest aspirations, pre-eminent as a statesman of enlarged and enlightened views, his most efficient services have never been withheld from his party nor his country, lie has canvassed the entire State several times but ia the hour of party success as in defeat, he returned to his home, nor has he ever put up any claim for the distinguished services b...

Publication Title: Loudon Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Loudon free press. — 29 April 1853

LOUDON: Friday Mornlug :::::::: April 29, 1853. Gen. Zollicoffer. This distinguished gen tleman, having received the nomination of the "Whig Convention for Congress in the Nashville District, has retired from the chair of the Ban ner, and is succeeded by Allnt A. IIall, who Las forhierally won distinction in pur State as a political writer. While we most heartily wel come Mr. HaH again into the Corps Editorial, of which we have become an humble member during his absence from the State, yet we can cot part with Gen. Zollicoffer without regret. His able pen has contributed much not only to the success of the whig party, but also to the promotion of the interests of society at large. M'c trust he will be elected to Congress without difficulty. CSF See the advertisement of Johxstox, Bell fc Co., who have just open a new store in our town. They have a large and beautiful stock of goods, which they are selling cheap. By the way, this house is no mean accession to the capital of our town. ...

Publication Title: Loudon Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Loudon free press. — 29 April 1853

APRIL. Kow through the dead, where pipe the lark on high His cheerly melody, tweet April comes, Strewing gay flowers", of many a varied dye; tombs Flowers, which her breath calls from their winter Kow beams to Heaven the violet's dewy eye; "The mountain daisy" modestly resumes Her restore prim; the primrose censers sigh, And tragrantly the garden's beauty blooms. 0, cheerfully the streamlet gurgles now, Where coo the pigeons in the vocal grove As April, though a cloud be on her brow, love, Smiles, through her tears, and beams of hope and Young Hebe of the months, propitious nymph, Pour out on the earth the fructifying lymph. At thy approach, mild April, mother Earth Opens her bosom for the golden shower, Which fills her heart with hope and grateful mirth; Bringing Ceres's sons a plantcous dower. From monarch oak e'en to the humblest flower All nature hallows thee. 0, may no dearth, No bitter blight, or pestilential power, Sadden the homes of rural toil and worth. Enough our isle? ha...

Publication Title: Loudon Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Loudon free press. — 6 May 1853

'-'' ' '' 'v::' :,r::':-J- VOL. I. LOUDON, TENNESSEE, MAX 6,1 853. NO. 254 Pl'BLUnEB WEEKLY BY rNO. W, & SAM'L B. O'BBIEH, . ' OJp.ce on Ceilar Street, East of the PhIUc Sjuare. TERMS. Two I)ot.tAr.S in 4d Vance: TwcTdol - Iahs axd Firrr Cexts in it Iflobths; Three Dol- Vtiis M expiration of year.. ..: . Advertisements inserted at $1 per square for tho first, and 50 Cents for each subsequent insertion.'. ' TElftLT RATE. Trofesional Cards, (five lines,) . " " (more than five lines,).. C Quarter of toliunn, ...... f. Jlalf column......... " . One column,.. .. Announcing mndid.-ito. (fiiiranre,).:... 2U& Address the Publishers, Post Paid. ' ' " LOUDON : $ 5 ..10 IRi .371 .75 .. S3 riUDAV, MAY 6, 1S53. Prospectus of THE LOlTDOff FEEE PHESS, For 1333. ITaving assumed the onorous and responsible 'duties of public journalists, we feel the just de sire to increase the circulation of our paper, as it will not only increase our capabilities of doing good, but at the same time give us ...

Publication Title: Loudon Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Loudon free press. — 6 May 1853

f mtutrn fro to. JOnX W. O'BRIEX Edlto. FOR GOVERXOR, Maj. GUSTAVUSA. HEffBY, of Montgomery. . FOR REPRESENTATIVE, JOHN A. PATTOK, Esq. , LOUDON: FRIDAY, MAY 6. 1S53, To THEPITUR OF THE LoCDOX FftEE PRESS: . You will please say to the citizens of Rcane county, that they may not eonskkr me a can didate for a seat in the next Legislature of 'tiik State. I find there are sectional feelings exis ting amnn or them as to this place, that would jeopard the "Whig strength in thws county, which- to me is above any other consideration. I am still and expect to remain a Whig will continue as heretofore to afford any aid -in tivy power to sustain the Whig policy. I am very respectfullv, W". BROWN. Loudon, ,1th May, 1853. XT From the above it will be seen that Maj. Brows declines being a candidate. Wc -have . conversed with a number of Whigs from dll pails of the county, and all agree that John A. . Pattu.v, Esq., is the strongest man that the "Whigs can run. Knowing him to be worthy of the posi...

Publication Title: Loudon Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Loudon free press. — 6 May 1853

'LOUDOX: Prklay Morning : : t ::::::: : May c, 185 a. . For the Loudon Free Press. 'Old Couxcil Grourrd sad hietnorj brings Thee back to the a$au! ' 1 see tLee uow as bnce cf yore, . The Savage Chieuaiu's plaiii; i "When upwards from 'tl.e Wig-ttim curled The smoke at feurnmcr e'en, "And the fed'man's children sported wild , Oh the turf so soft and green. . Vh eu the Council fire brightly burned . 3 As the pipe of peace Vent round; Or, the war-whoop'rang o'er hill aiid'daTe, Witlm fierce and -fiendish sound; HVhen the corn dance "sounded merrily, AVith wild and frantic joy, -And the youth told low his tale of lore To the dark eyed maid so coy. Vh en the turkey called for his straying mate "Unhurt by the rifle's aim; And the whip-poor-will, unawed by fear, Called out his well known riaiiic. ped, When droves of deer from their coverts skip- And the "pale face" saw them not, And the night-owl raised her doleful voice To hoot o'er her cheerless lot "But low is bowed the chieftain's head...

Publication Title: Loudon Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Loudon free press. — 6 May 1853

1 t . t. , LITTLE THINGS. Little drops of water, Little grains of sand, Hake the mighty oceans And tie beauteous land. .. And the little moments, Humble though they be Make the mighty ages, Of eternity. . . So our little errors Lead the soul away -From the paths of virtue, . . 0ft in fii to stray. . i' , . . .-- - '-. r Little deeds of kindness, Little words of love, Make our earth all Eden, Like the heaven above. Little seeds of merer, Sown by youth full hands, Grow to bless the nations, Far in heathen lands. - STANZAS FROM THE GERMAN. My heart, I did thee answer How are love's marvels wrought? "Two hearts to one pulse beating, Two spirits to one thought." . And tell me how love cometh? "It comes unsought unscntP And tell me how love goeth? "That was not love that wext!" AGRICULTURAL. Wiht Two Acres Cax Do. The twenty sixth meeting of the Gerraantown (near Phila delphia) Farmers Club, was held at the house of Philip R. Freas, on the 23 of November. He ia the editor of the Germantow...

Publication Title: Loudon Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Loudon free press. — 13 May 1853

f I o XX o o VOL. L ' f n irusnEi w eekly by JTO. "V7. & SAM'L B. O'BEIIIN", Ore vaCalar Strict, E.vtt f the Public 'are. TERM5?.Two Dollars in advance: Two Dol lars and Fifty Cknts in ix months; Thiike Dol lars at expiration if year. Advertisements inserted at $1 per cqtiare for the tret, and 50 Cents for oath subsequent insertion. VP 4 I; v n iTtii Professional Cards, (five line?.) " " (more than five lines,) .Quarter of column, I:i!flumn '"' One column,.''. - Announeinv c.nidi.late. (ujranii")""'".'.". Address the Publisher. Post Paid." .$ 5 ...10 . 18 ..37 J .. 75 ... $a Lbubbw: FRIDAY, MAY 13, 153. THE LOUDON FREE PRESS, For 1353. Having assumed the onorou's and responsible 'duties of public journalists, we feci the just de sire to increase the circulation of our paper, as it will not only increase our capabilities of xloing .good, Imt at. thy same time give us rea sonable remuneration for our labors. To ac complish this desirable end, we have determin ed to send out this P...

Publication Title: Loudon Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Loudon free press. — 13 May 1853

JOHN W. O'BRI EX Editor. TOR GOVERXOR, Maj. GTTSTATTJS A. HENRY, of Montgomery. FOB REPRESENTATIVE, JOHN A. PATTOH", Esq. LOUDON: ' FRIDAY, MAT 13, 1S53. Hox.. Joh: Bell -The Democratic presses of this 6tate, as f by previous agreement, are out upon this noble old patriot and statesman in a most terrible manner. His speech before the late Whig Convention, together with the nomination of the very man they most dreaded for Governor, has most effectually disconcerted them. The speech, which may be found in this paper, is mild and couched in Ihe most respect ful language. It deals in no angy invective it is free from that hateful bragadotio and boast ful spirit so often used to inspirit disponding partisans. Yet, this is wherein it gives offense . ..V members 01 the L'fm ocratic party were fearful had already began to penetrate the masses like leven! It appealed to the generous heart of Tennessee and of the Union, for an act of even-handed justice to the Whig Tarty. That appeal will fin...

Publication Title: Loudon Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Loudon free press. — 13 May 1853

o O o LOTTDON: Triday Momiiig: :::::::: May 13, 1853. For the Loudon Free Press. . . Kixcstox, Mar; 5th. Messrs Editors: A few evenings past I was quite agreeably struck with the appearance and contents of an article in the Free Pres3 of the 29th ult from "KM of Chattanooga in which he gives us. a running summary of the trouWes, felicities, and fantastics of his City, soon to be assaulted Ly musquetocs too numerous " & tcdi- ous to mention. Well. Loot-out and its round-abouts must doubt less, be surrounded, and favored with many Interesting associations would like very much to spend a few. days away up there between Chattanooga aod Heaven, where they have late got in the habit 6f keeping the Elephant That's nearly up with Barnum. Well indeed, I really think Look-out ought to be enquired into and examined by a goodly number of our up-river folks; and if our Loud on friends can for a short time break themselves 'loose from their endearing family and social asso ciation; Kingston m...

Publication Title: Loudon Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Loudon free press. — 13 May 1853

THE SOUND OF INDUSTRY. I lave tlie baninr hammer, The whirling of the plane, The crushing of the busy saw, The creaking of the crane,. The ringing of the anvil, The gratipg of the drill, The clattering of the turning lathe, The whirling of the mill; The buzzing ot the spindle, The rattling of the loom, ' " The puffing of the engine, And the fan's continuing boom The clipping of the tailor's shears, The driving of the awl The sound of busy labor, I love, I love them all. I love the plowman's whistle, The reaper's cheerful song, The drover's oft repeated shout, As he spurs his stock along; The bustle of the market man, As he hies him to the town; The hallow from the tree top, As the ripening fruit comes down. ' The busy sound of threshers, As they clean the ripening grain, And the busker's joke, the mirth and glee, 'Neath the moonlight on the plain; The kind voice of the dairy man, The shepard's gentle call The sounds of active industry I love, I love them alL For they tell my longing...

Publication Title: Loudon Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Loudon free press. — 10 June 1853

TOL. I. LOUDOX, TENNESSEE, JUNE 10, 1853. NO. 30. I'MII I-il I V. It My V Ji:o. v. & sam'l 3. o'ErjEi:, O , ,..,',,!. si.-,.t, r;...-t ..', ,,;,;;. .v.,,,,,-,-. Cot.. JOHNSON AND THE KAST 'YES- I KNOXVILI.Il.t LOUISA' 1 1 1 I' R I R) 1) of . . n .i i i, t -.i , , . vl. . , ,.,., , ,,, .-.,. L. .. ! , u "''--I'OAIJ . ot those towns could not be- built except wish ; line extends the East Tv NESSEE AN1 VIRGINIA RAILROAD. Cwirc,,,.,, ,.,'.,.',-.,,',, ',-r, 'woo-, v v( i, r 7 . - - - ami n , ,, , t . , , , ! , ... ; " 'l , grades, own to the mountainous roa.l, 120 nules ail of which U under contra. Ihe ohovvitig extract, t a, r,m a blur j .... roo .,! ,;,, points on Cue Liar. oo,urv throng, which it wot,hl pass, and at a ' nml i.i rapid tcss of construction t , ,,,:, by oh ..oHxsox .o an ,uP: agent -em , A me,,in ,f th- several committees appoint- ,c,-3,aria!!y very ,reat expense. The same ; line, Virginia wiM connect with a rail roa.l fro, en, lessee and Virginia i raei ! I 'fc ! ro...

Publication Title: Loudon Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Loudon free press. — 10 June 1853

r,ry rrrr is ron r.ovEKXo::, Maj. GUSTAVUS A. HESRY, of Montgomery. FOH I'ONOKKSS. T. HTXOIT VAN DYKE, Esti, of McMinn. FOR nETRESKXT ATI V F.. JOHN A. PATTON, Esq. LOUDON: F1UDAY, Jl'XE 10. 15" n"..- r.vr.in mil Cnvcnr.ss. lite caitoil- 1"tv,'""Cl 1 TN. . . 1 Rtes for Congress in this District, Messrs. ax ; Dvke and Smith, are actively en,a(red in the , ranrnss and the ability with which tney discuss , canTBss, .imi . ! the issues between them, is attracting large, crowds at their various appointments. e have not yet had the pleasure of hearing these gen tlemen, but have conversed with gentlemen of both parties who have, and they agree that the canvass is conducted by them, with more than usual ability, and in a courteous and hon orable manner. Both are conec hd to be wo r thy the positions they occupy as the chosen lea Aar nf their rcsnootivo l.artv ill this district. Thf Whi.rs have a maiority in this district, ' ns shown in the election between Gov. Camp- bell and Trousdale, as ...

Publication Title: Loudon Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Loudon free press. — 10 June 1853

1 X LOUDON: Friday Morning: :::::::: June 10, issr HAIL ROAD MEETING AT LOUDON. iucre will be a meeting ol the citizens of Roane and Monroe counties held in Locnov, on Saturdaj the 1 1th inst., at 1 oVl jck, P. M for tlie purpose of taking action relative to the IUbcs Gap, and the U. Tcss. &. Kevtvckv CEN'TItAt. Il.Il.:U)AI)S. jjfAfiill att'-ndanrc is earvrslhj desired. rSi" Dr. J. Grant semis us some specimens of Stove Com., ju.-d discovered in Clinch River near the mouth of Hickory Creek, in this coun ty. It is supposed that large beds of this valu able article niiiihtbe found a short distance up the River, as the specimens found, have the ap pearance of having been carried down a small tiistance by the current. It would be hard to estimate the vast amount of Coal that a Railroad thruu-h Winter's Gap would throw into market. Within '2'.) miles of this place, in that direction, is enough Coal to supply any demand. The quantity is not only prcnt, but its quality is equal to any ...

Publication Title: Loudon Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Loudon free press. — 10 June 1853

U! i i- i r y I J ' j ! THE USE OF FLOWT.RS. BY MARY IloWITT. God miglit l.ave iiin-lo the earth brin foi-tli Eiiougdi fur preat ami suiali; The oak tree ami the cedar tree Without a llowcr at all. lie tniplit have inaile enough, enough For every want of ours; For luxury, medicine ami toil. Ami vet have made no flower.-. The ore within the mountain mice Requiivth none to grow; Nor doth it need the lotus-flower To make the river How. The clouds might give almtid.-ni rain, The nightly dew might fall. And thehvrl) that kecpeth life in man Might yet have drank tin m sill. Thou wherefore, win rellnv were they mn.'.e All dved with rainhow light. All fashioned with supvnieM grace. Urispriiigiiig ilay and night. Snriivjing in the vallev green tr.ul low. And on the mountain high. And in the silent wilderness. Where no man passes ly. Our outward life requires tlienm..:. Then wherefore had they birth? To vninistvr deli ght to man. To beautify the earth. To comfort man. t whisper hope, Whene'er...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Loudon free press. — 1 July 1853

2 A . . 0 : ;. ; -.; c.tfpui iiui j ,-.s??s?ai5ac.-iisQr assfrsa. - un.6-astss sj.jirriU!?s rase : lass nsiss - . - J, vol:, i. '1 ...J.,. ' rTBtlSUCD WEEKLT BT);- 1 '- ; T ' VJNO. W.' & SAM'L B. O BRIEN. -' Ojtfct on Cctlar Street, East of th Public SyttarcJ. TERMS. Two Dollars in advance; Two' Dol lars axi Fiftt CE5T8 in tlx meSnths; Three Dol ' lars at expiration of yew. . ;.-; ,-.." r Advehtisemexts inserted at $1 per square for the first, and 50 Ceuta for each subsequent insertion. fH-.i f; .'. - - TEARLT RATES. . .. : Profeswonal Cards, (five lines,).... $ 5 , " " , (more than Eve lines,)... 10 Quarter of column,. 13 J - ' Half column... ................ 37. , . One column, 73 Announcing candidates, (adrnntv,).... f 3 " - 2T Address the Publisher, Post Paid. . LOUDON : FRIDAY, JULY 1, 1853. THE LOUDON FREE PRESS, For 1853. -: ' ' Ilaviti asfmmecl the onerous and responsible rhities of public jonrnnlist, we feel the jjst de sire to increase the circulation of our paper, as ...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Loudon free press. — 1 July 1853

. r"? J y X; - imfomi frrt 'grass. JOHN W.O'BRIEX CiKor. FOR GOVER.VORr Haj. GUSTAVUS-A. HENBY, ef Montgsmery. FOR COXGRtfcSv T. NIXON VAN DYKE, Esq., of McMinn. FOR REPRESENTATIVE, JOHN A. PATTON, Esq. LOUDON: T. FRIDAY JULY 1, IS53. "KNOXVILE AND II ER RAIL ROAD STOCK." Under the above caption, the Register, of the 27th-, makes an extract from the Somerset Gazette, in which that paper criticises upon the policy here tofore pursued by Knoxville and Knox county, in regard to the E. T. & Oa.j and the E. T. & Va., Railroad and which crti cisms are based upon facts which have hereto fore 8pjeared in our paper. The Register at tempts to show that these and1 other accusations,, are frivolous aud disreputable by the following statement, which we copy, in justice alike to our readers and to our Knoxville friends. The East Tennessee and Georgia rail road Las a stock subscription amounting in the aggregate to $995,000. Of this sum, $425, 000 be longs to the Slafe; leaving but $570,00...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Loudon free press. — 1 July 1853

L0TJD02I: Friday Morning: ; : July 1,1853. FOURTH OF JULY. The Sons of Tempcrancs and the Sunday School Schokrs, will be out in . procession on .Monday, to celebrate another anniversary of American Independence. There will probably be a large number of persona present, and a3 we are to have a party at the Unu.n House in the ' ereninjr, we hope all the pretty girls in the sur rounding country will be on hand. IS? Our Knoxvil'e friends are. getting ex- ceedingly uncomfortable on account of the Lou don Bridge. The Register insists that in justice to the Knox county stockholders, who have, as it boasts, taken $150,000 of the stock in the road, the work should be placed in the hands of contractors who will expedite its completion. ' In turn, we insist that in justice to the East Tennessee &. Georgia Railroad Company, that the Knox county stockholders pay up the calls on their $150,000 which they subscribed' for, but have not jaid for! Gentlemen the Bridge will be done hv the time the...

Publication Title: Loudon Free Press
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Loudon free press. — 1 July 1853

If THE EilPRESS EUGENIA AND Mrs. HOWARD. ' , Tbe Pftrislnn correspondent of the Philadef-. phla Register,' under date of the"5th inst., gives the following French morceau: . . , . r "The Fans papers by " this week's steamer will announce to you the affliction whicli has befallen the Imperial family; (le grand malheur , qui vient de fraper la famille imperiale') but,for the very good reason that they dare not, they will not tell you of the "circumstances which led to this misfortune. You and your readers perhaps will scarcely credit what I relate, but I assure you that here it is not only believed, but vouched for by persons whqe veracity it is im possible to doubt. Iu the saloons, in the clubs, in the ateliers, nothing else is talked of; and the police is daily arresting persons imprudent e nou;h to discuss the matter in the streets. ' You are probably av.'are that a few days before his marriage, Louis Napoleon dismissed Mrs. Howard,the mother of his three little girls, and 6he took...

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