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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Anderson intelligencer. — 16 October 1867

An Independent Family Journal?Devoted to Politics, Literature and General Intelligence. VOL. 3. ANDERSON, S. G, WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 16, 1867. NO. 18. ^ vSY^OH.&:iAI;TEE.S. ? ??_ . . ?. ?--?--.. TERMS: . ^^?!i^^??.oiiiasB;. Aim '& half -pes ' annttm, ttt[.' ' V* ". IN UNITED STATES. COnHEXCY. * . - - . - ' ? , ,RATES ? OP - ADVERTISING. . , . .-*?. * ?*:'? '.*"? ' - - . v~jj ... - :r ...... 1%'"- Advertisements inserted at the rates of One Dol ^Ji"'-'-3ar perisguare of twelve" lines forthe firstinsertion y?^.5and Fiftj' Cent5 for . each subsequent insertion. *^^'I;iberardi;dnc?Ipns made to "those who advertise by the.year. . ? ? - '. I'or announcing a candidate, Five Dollars in advance, i. - v ^ . ?, ,' . .... "The President and the Radicals. Tbe Washington-correspondent of the '^tt^Bq8toJi:Post'writes as follows: .: The developments of the Radical plans ?f.v.'rvvhichare being-made here are. so staler ??pe!?^%gt:.t^^ the people rVTv^an scarcely credi t them. In my dispatch Jr^...

Publication Title: Anderson Intelligencer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Anderson intelligencer. — 16 October 1867

Wednesday Morning, Oct. 16, ?EE-ACTION AT THE NORTH?WHAT WE / - ;SHOTJLl):BEAR IN MIHD. \Tbe greatest danger to tie South ilics in the fact . * .that cur people may become forgetful that the present majority in Congress, although- the reac --' ti'onary movement shall sweep every ? Slate, will ** continue in power for the- next eighteen months, - under any circumstances. The laws that are to. ? govern the process of reconstruction have already ? '-been enacted, and must control our conduct and * '-'" destiny until they arc repealed! This will never */r^be"dono by tte party enacting them: On the con ^"trary, with power being loosened from their, grasp, ? **.. and this seal of- condemnation set against them, it - ia-consonant with their past history to believe that additional hardsliips 'in'ay be imposed, and even ?^-^apore desperate efforts'put forth to establish negro V supremacy. Goaded by defeat and oxas'perated by political opponents at home, an excuse may be furnished tiem-to imp...

Publication Title: Anderson Intelligencer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Anderson intelligencer. — 16 October 1867

Mscqllahee^ BLECKLEY; : S. -BLECKLEY, Ur. A. EVINS, Dr. A. EVINS, Anderson C. H> " JOHN C. CHERRYr " Pendieton. NEW OOODS AT ANDERSON C. H. AND PENDLETON. * . THE undersigned -would respectfully inform their friends and the public that they have recently ? Tarmed a partnership' in the mercantile business, " and are just now receiving direct from New York, . their : Fall Stock of Goods, CONSISTING OF 1>RY GOODS, . . GROCERIES, HARDWARE & CUTLERY, HATS & CAPS, BOOTS & SHOES, : CROCKERY, SADDLERY, ; IRON, "N AILS & CASTINGS. Together with the many .other other, articles of j . merchandize asaally kept in this market, all of I ?which will-be sold-as CHEAP ?2 any one can' -sell . them in this, market, ? for CASH or COUNTRY . PRODUCE; tut NOT ON A CREDIT. - . - We will pr.y the highest market price in cash or . ' Baxter for cotton aud country, produce, and will - ahip cotton lor farmers to New York or Charleston, v aad sell for i hem. FREE OF COMMISSION. We earnestly...

Publication Title: Anderson Intelligencer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Anderson intelligencer. — 16 October 1867

; From the Atlantic Monthly. THE BITJE AND GEAY. . . By the flow of the inland river, Z . rWhence the fleets of iron have fled, , Where the blades of the grave-grass--qui Asleep are the ranks of the-dead,? Under .the sod and the dew, V.' -' "Waiting the judgment day ;7 .J" Under tho one tlic Blue; \ ' . i "Under theothcr, the Gray. These in- the robiogs of glory, L Those in the gloom, of- defeat, .; ? ? AH with-the battle-blood gory, - * In the dusk of etcrnity'meet? ;?? x. ^ .? . - ? - -. . ?? 2* - 'Under the sod and'the dew-, : -? Waiting the judgment day; ? Under'the laurel; tho Blue, . - .' Under the willow, the Gray. From the silence of sorrowful hours, ~ - The desolate mourners go, m Lovingly laden with flowers, -v- " Alike-for the friend and tho foe;? ? ? . Under the scd- and the dew. ?" 'Waiting the judgment day ; - , Undcr'tho roses the Blue, . Under the lillies the Gray. iSo with nn equal splendor, 1 fl\ ... - The morning sun^rays fall, j -. ' With a touch impartially tend...

Publication Title: Anderson Intelligencer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Anderson intelligencer. — 23 October 1867

An Independent Family Journal?-Devoted to Politics, Literature and General Intelligence. VOL. 3. - - 3Y H 0 YT & :W ALTEES. TERMS: ' " w ioLLASS AUD A HALF pee AOTTTTM, ; '" --?>. ? " IN EXITED STATES C?KBENCT. ? s ' .-~~? .:. - s RATES OF .ADVERTISING. Advertisements inserted a t the rates of One Dol? lar per square of twelve lines'for the first insert ion and Fifty " Cents for each subsequent insert ion. Liberal deductions made to those who advertise by the year. For announcing a candidate, Five .Dollars in advance. Letter from Governor Orr to the ;V President. ~Zf Executive Department, \ . - ; Columbia, S. C., Sept. 00 1867. j ? ." fo. Eis Excellency Andrew Johnson, ' President of the' Un itcd States : Sir :?I have the honor to forward for - yonr consideration General Orders, No. 89, issued by Gen. E. E. S. Can by from ? the headquarters of the-Second Military .tlistrict, dated the 13th inst., and comrau - fiicattd t? me on the 20th inst. It will be perceived that by this ...

Publication Title: Anderson Intelligencer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Anderson intelligencer. — 23 October 1867

Wednesday Morning, Oct. 23, QOV. OBB'S LETTER TO THE PRESIDENT. The letter of Gov. Oku. addressed to the Prcsi - . dent opon tlie subject of negro juries-, find- which ? appears in this issue, has been generally commen? ded by the press, and will repay perusal. The ' whole subject is distinotly set forth and ably dis? eased. ? Gov. Obr has been singularly unfortunate in : bringing upon his head the anathemas of political writers in this and adjoining States, for almost ev V fry letter or speech euBanaticg- from him during - bis-Gubernatorial career. He has, however, re ? ceived the warmest endorsement for this manly protest against the crowning insult to already ' heaped-up injuries. It is likewise gratifying to v?ot.'> that this letter did-not altogether fa.il to ac ^"?.cnmpBsh its design; - /? - 'M?' ? - ; . TEE CONVENTION. ?"' . The official-call of the Convention authorized by the Reconstruction Acts-of Congress is published elsewhere to-day. The election for delegates oc \ ....

Publication Title: Anderson Intelligencer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Anderson intelligencer. — 23 October 1867

A?gnsta Adyertiseme^, ?'. ATLTG.?STA. Pj- ;~": ".V"'..'.' ' : FAC?I.TY. } ' ' - I. p. Gaevin, M. ?:, Emeritus Professor of Ma -"^leria Medica and Therapeutics. 1 * -. -Hexe* j?. Campbell, M. D., Professor of Ope > %TVrallYe" ?urj^ry and Surgical Anatomy. .* Joseph A. Evs, M. D.>" Professor of Obste r ^"trics and Disease3 nf Women and Infants. , * L. D. Foab, M. D., Processor of the. Institute "Ayand Practice of Medicine. 4-'f r Edwabd Gedding, M. D., Professor of Physi .lol?gy and Pe-thological Anatomy.. Ceo. W. Rains, M. 1).-, Professor of Chemistry ^T^'?nd Pharmacy. . "s^s.*"' DsSaussobeTjObd, M. D.,Profes8drof Anatomy. ^^V'^atv? DotiGUTT," M. D, Professor of Mat. Med., vThenipsntics and Medical Jurisprudence. : i*. A. Dojas-, M. D., Professor of the Principles !.?>?*. find Practice of Surgery and Dean of the Faculty. John S. Coleman, M. D., * Demonstrator of ^.V-Anat?my. '?^^?Chabxks'T. Rich, Janitor. The 33d[ Session will be opened on the 4th of jf** ?avember next, and ...

Publication Title: Anderson Intelligencer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Anderson intelligencer. — 23 October 1867

The Three Travelling Bags. ? . There was three of them,, all of shining leather; one on the pile oftruuks; one on .'-the'ground, and onein the owner's hand; all going to Philadelphia ; all waiting to be cheeked. ~ Tho last bell rang. The baggageman bustled, ftuning from one pile of baggage . fpnanother, dispensing chalk to. trunks, cliccks'to the passengers, and curses to porters;, in approved railway style. ?Atmo?Philadelphia!" cried a stout military looking man, with enormous whis . kers and red face, ero wding fbrward,as the baggage man laid his. hand on the first ? traveling bag.. 'Won't youplcase to give me a check for this, now?" entreated a pale,, slender, carefully dressed young man, for.the ninth time.-lioldingout bag- No. 2. ? "I have a ; jhidy io look"after." &. ^SayJ beyou agcin' to give me a check for tbr.t 'ere; ornot?"growJedtbe propne tor of bag No, 3, a short pock marked .- fellow^ ih^a^babby overcoat. ? "All right, gent/emeu. Here you are," says the "functionar...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Anderson intelligencer. — 30 October 1867

II Y EOYT & WALTERS. TERMS: rWO DOLLA.ES AND A HALF PER ANNUM, IS VX1TED STATES CUBBEXCT. RATES OF ADVERTISING. Advertisements inserted ;it die rales cf One Dol? lar per square of twelve lines for the first insertion and Fiftv Cents for cadi subsequent insertion. Liberal deductions made to those who advertise by the year. jKy- For announcing a candidate, Five Dollars in advance. Our Manufacturing Facilities. "Under this caption," says the Charles? ton Courier, t:\ve publish mi exceedingly interesting letter from .Mr. Charles II. .Funne. of Mobile, to Mr. Hiram Miller, of New York, in reference to the advan? tages possessed by the South, and mure especially this State, fur the manufacture of cotton. We direct to it the thought? ful attention of our readers. Never has there been a time in the history of our afflicted land when a greater necessity existed for opening new, and enlarging old fields of enterprise. Cotton, facetious- | ly but appropriately designated, the ''gay ! decei...

Publication Title: Anderson Intelligencer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Anderson intelligencer. — 30 October 1867

Wednesday Morning, Oct. 30. THE CONTENTION?HOW SHALL WE VOTE 1 To prevent any misapprehension of the position assumed by us last week, vre recur to this subject again, in order to show clearly the requirements of the Reconstruction measures in relation to the majorities necessary to authorize the holding of a State Convention There are two great errors, iuto one or both of ?which many have fallen.. First, that tEe Supple? mental Bill requires a majority of the registered votes to be cast in favor of a Convention. This is not the case. The requirements of the law arc that a majority of the registered votes shall be cast on the question of holding a Convention?cither for or against. We will illustrate- this point by re? ference to the registration returns. It is stated that tho total number registered in South Carolina is estimated to be 125,000, of which 45,000 are ?whites and 80,000 are blacks. The law requires that a majority of these registered voters shall cast their billots cith...

Publication Title: Anderson Intelligencer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Anderson intelligencer. — 30 October 1867

FRESH ARRIVALS OF Fall and Winter Goods! G. A. REED & DOBBINS TAKE pleasure in announcing to the citizens of Anderson and surrounding country that they have just received their stock of Tali and Winter. Goods, Selected with great care, and which will be sold low for cash, consisting in part of Staple and Fancy Dry Goods, Ladies' Dress Goods, Bleached and Brown Domestics, And a variety of Notions. :, ALSO, A good stock of Shoes and Hats. ALSO, A fine assortment of Hardware and Cutlery, Crock? ery, Gloss and Earthenware, together with a choice lot of ? ' - GROCERIES, Ruch as Sugars of all kinds?Brown, Crushed and Clarified, the best Bio and Laguira Coffee, Extra Golden Syrup, Cuba Molasses, Bacon Sides and Ilr.ms, Cheese, Rice, Candles. Starch, Soaps, Soda, Pepper, Spied, Ginger, Cloves, Nutmegs, &c. "We-would call special attention to our stock of Baggy and Carriage Materials, Which" bus been carefully selected, and will be sold low for cash. x?We Lave also a full and complet...

Publication Title: Anderson Intelligencer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Anderson intelligencer. — 30 October 1867

nton $nffllipm\ Tue Sabbath.?"Welcome sweet day of rest?" No books to post, no orders to fill, no projects to think over, no politics to discuss?none of the thousand weary? ing temper-trying heart-worrying cares of the evory-day world, to-day. One day of quiet and tranquility?"emblem of eternal rest." fHow sweetly comes the peace of tho Sabbath morning, after the toils and agi? tations of tho week ! Balmy as odors of oriont spicy groves; gently as the breath of sleeping infants, or tho dying, winds of evening? puro as tho incenso that rises before tho throne of God, comes the calm of this holy morning "day of all the week the best." It is tho day. of home?home Lushed and quiot, borne peaceful and full of comfort. To-day the father is at home, and. the mother with brow free from weekrday cares, sits beside him; and memories of Sabbaths in the by-gono time, when sly love made the . day of re? posed time of joy, came back in all their pleasantness. Father is at home, and the little-one...

Publication Title: Anderson Intelligencer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Anderson intelligencer. — 6 November 1867

An Independent Family -Journal?Devoted to Politics, Literature and General Intelligence. VOL. 3. ANDERSON, S. 0., WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 6, 1867. NO. 21. . . . /B Y H O Y T & W A L TEES. . .. TERMS: . . - '3HE70 DOLLARS AND A HALF PEE AffOTTM, IX UNITED STATES CURRENCY. KATES OF ADVERTISING. Advertisements inserted at the rates of One Dol? lar per square of .twelve lines for the first insertion "and Fifty Cents for each, subsequent insertion, liberal deductions made to those who advertise by the year. - ? ' " - - .. Jgf-For announcing a candidate, Five Dollars in advance. ^HE^ liOST'- WILL ; ? rtiLY (DILIE?? ?ffil?DSIP. ?. V ; ._ ? 'f - The scenes lam about to describe oc ? .CULTdd about the year 1860 to a respecta .bW family by the name of Cuiverton, in. . . Grange county, New York. The Culvertons had lived in the old family mansion, and enjoyed the revenues -? ^?f the family estate for many years, with - out the slightest doubt that they had a right to it, when suddenly there sta...

Publication Title: Anderson Intelligencer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Anderson intelligencer. — 6 November 1867

.Wednesday Morning, Not, 6. * *gSSBS?ES' g ' ' ' i'?rJtjMn???wrj? ? ^TTTE RADICAL PROGRAMME. FOB THE PRESI S? ? DENCY. - srlt is nu^undeniable fact that the whole tenor and - .?.jjiurgose ?f the Radical party, for the past two * -years, upon the subject of reconstructing the ? ' --Southern States, has been directed with methodi *'V'cai "energy to the success of that party in the . .--coming Presidential contest. It has been our ex * "..-pressed opinion, on several occasions, that the ex '"vciuded States were not to be admitted to represen *^$atioa in Congress" uniil-after that- contest had ~- passed-?"" This opinion" was based upon the suppo -^aition that these-States would be represented by men opposed to the perpetuation of that parly- in power; -But the plan of. reconstruction, adopted *v"^y"Congress, and which is'about torbe.duly inau - .-.gurated in every State.'has changed the aspect of '-.. afifoirsv - The.leaders of- the Radical party are now ? -{-.jubilant over ihe: prospec...

Publication Title: Anderson Intelligencer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Anderson intelligencer. — 6 November 1867

5^T?TE 03? SOtTTH CASOLINA, ANDERSON DISTRICT. . ^r^WHEREAS, K N. Wright has applied to me for ?? Letters/of Administration-on the Estate of Hender .^on/Bagwell, deceased: - I admonish all and day of can. -v? - These are therefore to. cite .and J? Singular the kindredahd creditors of said deceased " to be and appear at my offico on. the 20th a ? November, :i8G7, to show cause, if. any they n^khyis?idr Administration should not be granted ROBSRT JUNKIN, o.a.d ;^yoy.6,1807 STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA, ? - ANDERSON DISTRICT. ~7. -WHEREAS* FfM.Welborn has applied to me for ' Letters of Administration on the Estate of Wm. > Welborn,- deceased^ These are therefore to cite and admonish all and ! singular the kindred and creditors of said deceased - . to be and appear at my office on the 20th. day of ? November, .T-SG7, to show cause, if any they can, Whv said Administration should not be granted. ?>^?-"^" ?v ROBERT. JUNKL<, o.a.i>. . v -Nor. 6, 18G7 . ... 21 . 2 ?J||I .%cid,iolitts...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Anderson intelligencer. — 6 November 1867

' From the Charlesion Courier. ' A New Forage Plant for the ? ; South. . I have, received from various quarters " specimens of a plant resembling clover, ? ~. which has sprung up in almost every part of this State, especially along the" line of railroads, and also in several parts of Georgia and North Carolina, and -1.have heard of it as far West as Eufala, -Ala. ? . It -seems to be spreading. very rapidly through the whole of tho Sou thern States. A grass adapted to -pasturage has long been a desideratum ln^our Southern coun? try. This" species,'which Providence has . kindly ecnt.us,'seems to be admirably ? adapted to our present wants. Cattle are said to be very fond -of it. It grows in ? .almost every kind of soil,.- and flourishes ' iinder shade trees, and roots out the nut . grass, joint and Bermuda grasses. It is said, like clover, to salivate horses, but to - fatten other cattle. - -It-is represented as growing on tho poorest kind ot land. The top dies down in winter, but.tho...

Publication Title: Anderson Intelligencer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Anderson intelligencer. — 13 November 1867

tpc glndcrson ?cliln Jlntelli^enrer, BY HOYT & WALTERS. TERM S: TWO DOLLARS AND A HALF FER ANNUM, IX ITXITUD STATKS Cl'URBSCY. RATES OF ADVERTISING. Advertisements inscrteil al tlie rates of One Dol? lar per square of twelve lines for ilic first insert ion and Fifty Cents for cadi subsequent insertion. Liberal deductions made i>' those wlin advertise by the year. frxf For announcing a candidate, Five Dollars in advance. political I Great Political Meeting in New York?Speech, of Kon. Dc.niel W. Vcorhees, cf Indiana. There was :i grand mass meeting in New York City on the ?lst nit., whieh is j described by the World as -'one of the ! grandest successes in the way of a heart? felt outpouring ol the people ever seen." Speeches were made by a number of lead? ing Democrats from the Xorth and West, ?among them lion. 1). W. Yo??nitKF.s, of*j Indiana. We would be delighted to fur? nish our readers the entire speech of this | eloquent gentleman, but a want of space forbids, and we are ...

Publication Title: Anderson Intelligencer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Anderson intelligencer. — 13 November 1867

the Government, is a disaster from which, -tinder the* most favorable circumstances, it will require years to recover. Add to . this She poifey which the Reconstruction Acts propose to enforce, and you place the South, politically and socially, under the heel of the negro; these influences combined would drag to hopeless ruin the most prosperous community in the world. What do these Reconstruction Acts propose ? Kot negro equality, merely, but negro supremacy, "iu tli? name, then, of humanity to both races?inthe name uf citizenship under the Constitution?in the name of a common historv in the past?in the name of our Anglo-Saxon race and blood?in the name of the civilization of the nineteenth century?in the name of magnanimity and the. noble instincts of manhood?in the name of God and nature, ?we protest against these Acts, as destruc? tive to the peace of society, the prosperity of the country and the greatness audgrau denr of our common future. The people of the South are powerless...

Publication Title: Anderson Intelligencer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Anderson intelligencer. — 13 November 1867

Auction Sales for December. COMMISSIONER'S SALE. THE STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA, IN" EQ UJTY?ANDERSON DISTRICT. Baylis F. Crayon. John T. Sloan,* ct. al., vs. 0. C. L?ngstem, J. B. Barle, et. al.?BUI to foreclose mortgage, for relief, ?c. BY virtue of a Decree from the court of Equity, I I will sell to tlie highest bidder, at Anderson Court House, on Saleday in December next, the Hotel and Lot, in the town of Anderson, on the public square, containing TWO ACRES, AND KNOWN AS THE BENSON HOUSE. TERMS OF SALE: On a credit of twelve months, with interest from ?day of sale, except, as to the costs of this proceed? ing, which must be paid IN CASH. Purchaser to give bond, with at least two good su Jreties, together with a mortgage of the premises, 4,0 secure the payment of the purchase monev. Wi W. HUMPHREYS, c.e.a.jd. "Commissioner's Office, 1 Anderson, Nov. Ii, ISiil. J 21?-i ORDINARY'S SALE. BT virtue of an order from Robert Junkin, 0. A. D., Twill expose to sale on Saleday next, within th...

Publication Title: Anderson Intelligencer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Anderson intelligencer. — 13 November 1867

PIl? Jntel?gentrr. Husbands at Home. A RACY SKETCH FOR THE LADIES. $fra. Patsey Spangle, a charming cor? respondent of the Louisville Courier, ad? dresses the following to "Tuba Dam," another correspondent of that paper.? There are many ladies, we dare wry, who think with Mrs. Spangle, if they do not speak out. To all such this letter will prove a great treat: I first met Spangle at a country fair. "Wo were introduced to each other about ten, o'clock in the morning, and if you will believe mo, I did not get a chance to , speak to any other gentleman that day. I never saw a fellow so struck at first sight. I don't think, he saw a horse, or in jact anything that was on exhibition that day but mo, although there were present many of the most beautiful and aceorn , plished youug.ladies of that section of the country. As he wasextromely good look? ing, .of good family, and of unexceptiona? ble habits and character, I of course, felt flattered by his marked preference. I had to take him t...

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