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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Grand River times. — 8 November 1854

t nn VOLUME IV.'. GRAND HAVEN, MICHIGAN, WEDNESDAY, NOV. 8, 1854. WHOLE NUMBER 1G5. GRAND fflVER TIMM 'J THE GRAND IUVEU TIMES IS PUBLISHED EVERY WEDNESDAY EVENING, EY JOHN W. 3ARNS & Co. OJJicc over Henry Grijiin's Drug Store, oppo site the Vashington House. TERMS. Payment In Advnnce. - 'Taketa'At' Ihe office, or forwarded by mail, - 51,00 'Delivered by the carrier in the village, 1,50 One shilling in addition to the above will be "charged for every threo months that payment is -delayed. No paper discontinued until all arrearages arc rpaid, except at the discretion of the publishers Terms of Advert I lng One square (12 lines or less), first insertion fifty 'cents, twenty-live cents for each subsequent inser ' tion. Legal advertisements at the rates prescrib ed by law. Yearly or monthly advertisements as iouows : 1 square 1 month, $1,00 1 " 3 " 2,00 1 " 0 " 3,00 1 square 1 year, $5.00 1 column l 3u,uu 1-2 " 1 " 20,00 G" Business Cards, $3,00 per annum Advertisements unaccompanie...

Publication Title: Grand River Times
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Grand River times. — 8 November 1854

THE A CCIDENT IN CANADA. All account agree that tho passenger train wLich came io contact with the gravel cars at the awful collision on Friday morning, was conduct vd till the greatest care and catrtioa. A com plication of accidents, and the delay to which it htid been subjected at Suspension Bridge, had caused it to bo several hours behind time, and bo great was the caution of its conductor and engi ueer, who knew the hazards of running off time, that much complaint Was made by the passen gers at what was deemed unnecessary timidity and dilatoriness. Wo have already mentioned that Mr. Thomas F. Meagher, the well known Irish patriot, was on tho train and rendered efficient service after tho disaster. His seat had originally been in the rear car, but finding the heat oppressive he passed into the. forward first-class car, which was principally used by second-class passengers, their own cars being incapable of holding them all. lie was In this car when the crash came though he provid...

Publication Title: Grand River Times
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Grand River times. — 8 November 1854

understood as advising a nhort crop, (which wo most certainly do,) we confirm fully our views previously gtvn, carefully revised from our Southern and Western friends, that the weather tnust bo very favorable for the next two months to make a full average crop say 3,10(L- '000 quarts. x . 1 A Soldier on the Retreat. Yesterday af ternoon, Capt. Hatch, recruiting officer in this city, having mado arrangements with the Agent of tho Michigan Southern Railroad for the transportation of a parly of soldiers, destined for Jefferson Barracks, Mo., sent his Orderly Sergeant, Randolph Douglass, with $G10 in gold to pay their fare. Instead of turning down Lake street towards the depot, this scion of tho Douglass family turned an opposite cor. ner, and sought a barber shop, where ho was re lieved of his moustache. He afterwards pro ceeded to Pittsburgh street, where he divested himself of his military pantaloon, and stole a Dutchman's horse, worth about four dollars and a half, since which explo...

Publication Title: Grand River Times
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Grand River times. — 8 November 1854

Hew Drug, Medicine, and Grocery Store. GRIFFIN & Co. have now in store and to arrive at the old stand opposite the Washington House, the following named poods which will be old at lowest rates lor iceauy nu. PROVISIONS. Tork, Hams, Hour, Butter, Lard, Hamburgh & Illinois Cheese, packing and table bait, dry and preen Apples and Peaches, Potatoes, Onions, Corn, Cora meal, Oats, ship stuff and Bran. GROCERIES. Clarified & Drown Sugars. Molasses, chewing and smoking Tobacco, St. Louis Syrup, Vinegar, Hvson Green, and Black Teas, Eicc,Rio and Java Coffee, Pepper, Spice, Nutmeg, Cloves, Ginger, Matches, Saleratus, Soda, Cream Tartar, brown, and toilet Soap, Candles, Mustard, Tickles, Snuff, Regalia, Principe, Havana and Jenny Lind Cigars, Catsup, Soda and Boston Crackers, Brooms, Tubs, Pails, covered Boxes, Italian Maccaronl, yeast Powders, Indigo, Fig blue, Cocoa, Chocolate, Rai sins, Nuts. Citron, Prunes, Sago, Saltpetre, Salts, Soda, Mackerel, White fish, Codfish, Clothes P...

Publication Title: Grand River Times
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Grand River times. — 15 November 1854

VOLUME IV. GRAND HAVEN, MICHIGAN, WEDNESDAY, NOV. 15, 1854. WHOLE NUMBER 1GG. THE CltAND HIVKll TI9IHS IS PUBLISHED EVERY WEDNESDAY EVENING, BY , JOHN W.JBAKNS & Co. OJice over lienry Grijiin's Drug Store, oppo. site the Washington House. C7" TKItJIS. Payment In Advance. 'Taken at the office, or forwarded by mail, - $1,00 Delivered by the carrier in the village, l,f0 . XJne shilling in addition to the above will bo charged for every three months that payment Is delayed. No paper discontinued until all arrearages arc paid, except at the discretion of the publishers. Terms of Advertising. One square (12 lines or less), first Insertion fifty 'cents, twenty-live cents for'cach subsequent inser tion. Legal advertisements at the rates prescrib ed by law, . Yearly or monthly advertisements as :follows : 1 squaro 1 month. $1,00 1 square 1 year, $r.00 1 .3 " 2,00 1 column 1 " 30,00 1 . C " 3,00 1-2 44 1 20,00 K7" Business Cards, $3,00 per annum. . Advertisements unaccompanied with writte...

Publication Title: Grand River Times
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Grand River times. — 15 November 1854

THE TREATY WITH RUSSIA. By tU President of the United States of Amer icaA Proclamation.VUQre&9 a convention between the United States of America and his Majesty the Emperor of all the Russia was con cluded and signed by their respective Plenipo tentiaries at Washington, on the 22d day of Ju ly last; which Convention being in the English and French languages, is word tor word as fol low: The United States of America and his Majes ty the Emperor of all the Itussias, equally ani mated with a desire to maintain, and to preserve from all harm, the relations of good understand ' ing which have at all times so happily subsisted between themselves, as also between the inhab itants of their respective States, have mutually agreed to perpetuate, by means of a formal con vention, the principles of the right of neutrals at sea, which they recognise as indispensable conditions of all freedom of navigation and mar itirae trade. For this purpose, the President of tho United States has conferre...

Publication Title: Grand River Times
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Grand River times. — 15 November 1854

He IUd Him. An old gentleman once sent a notice to a painter to letter the name of his hip " The Asha." The painter not understand ing the word, asked him what It meant. M Why 1 have named her the Asia." "But,"aid the painter, "A-s-h-a don't spell Asia." What does it spell then F inquired the ship, owner. The painter could not tell, and gave up the controversy. To' evade tho " statty" in Boston, there are 'traveling rum shops. The Herald says: A man Is traveling about the South end, visiting warkuhopa, &c., under the pretence of Belling ci gars, but in reality to sell to the thirsty individ uals he may find, some of tho assorted liquors he carries snugly concealed in the bottom of his boxes." Prize Fight. The St. Louis Democrat con tains a report of a prize fight between Tom Hy r and a man named McGowan, for a wager of $3,000, The fight came off on Saturday after noon, near St. Louis. Sixty-four rounds were fought, on the last of which I Iyer made a foul blow, and was, in conseq...

Publication Title: Grand River Times
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Grand River times. — 15 November 1854

New Drug:, Zledicine, and Grocery Store. GRIFFIN & Co. have now in store and to arrive at the old stand opposite the Washington House, the following named goods , which will bo ' sold at lowest rates for Heady Cash. PROVISIONS. Tork, Hams, Floor, Butter, Lard, Hamburgh & Illinois Cheese, packing and table Salt, dry and green Apples and Teaches, Potatoes, Onions, Corn, Corn meal, Oats, Ship stuff and Bran. GROCERIES. Clarified & Brown Sugars, Molasses, chewing and smoking Tobacco, St. Louis Syrup, Vinegar, Hyson, Green, and Black Teas, Rice, Hio and Java ' Coffee, Pepper, Spice, Nutmeg, Cloves, Ginger, Matches, Saleratus, Soda, Cream Tartar, brown, and toilet Soap, Candles, Mustard, Pickles, Snuff, Regalia, Principe, Havana And Jenny Lind Cigars, Catsup, Soda and Boston Crackers, Brooms, Tabs, Pails, covered Boxes, Italian Maccaroni, yeast Powders, Indigo, Fig blue, Cocoa, Chocolate, Rai sins, Nuts, Citron, Prunes, Sago, Saltpetre, Salts, Soda, Mackerel, White fish, Codfi...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Grand River times. — 22 November 1854

- t 1 , lloUDj VOLUME IV. THE Gil AND UIVCll TIMES 'IS PUBLISHED EVERY WEDNESDAY EVENING, BY JOHN W. BAENS & Co. 'OJZcff ' over Henry Or ijjiin's Drug Stotet oppo . site the Washington JlouSe, . ; TERMS. Payment In Advance. 'Taken at he offlcc,'or forwarded by mail, -' $1,00 'Delivered by the carrier in the village, - 1,50 One shilling in addition to the above will bo charged for every three months that payment is delayed. No paper discontinued until all arrearages are paid, except at the discretion of the publishers. Terms of Advertising One square (12 lines or less), first Insertion fifty cents, twenty-five cents for each subsequent inser tion. Legal advertisements at tho rates prescrib ed by law. Yearly or monthly advertisements as follows: 1 square 1 month. $1,00 1 square 1 year, $5.00 1 " 3 44 2,00 1 column 1 14 30,00 1 " C " 3,00 1-2 44 1 " 20,00 K7" Business Cards, $3,00 per annum. Advertisements unaccompanied with written or verbal directions, will be published until ord...

Publication Title: Grand River Times
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Grand River times. — 22 November 1854

, GRAND IIAVKN, MlClUUANi WEDNESDAY EVENING, NOV. 22, 1854 - - - PE0CIA1IATI0N. Pursuant to usage, I appoint Thursday, the 30th day of NbYcmbcr next,' as a day of public thanks giving and prayer. Tho people of our State and Nation, have enjoy ed another year of bounty and prosperity . Whilo other nations, cither for present exis tence, or to avoid threatened danger, are contend ing in bloody war, our own is at peace with all the world. . ; . . lie, who guides the destiny of nations, seems to have watched ours with peculiar favor. Continu- nllv and raDidlv rislnsr in the way of prosperity, has reached a high position of wealth, influenco and nower amonsr the nations of the earth. Our own State has fully shared with the others of this Republic in all these munificent blessings and their attendant honors. . I recommend that, abstaining from all unneccs 6ary business on that day, it be set apart and suit ably observed by the people of this State as a aay of thanksgiving, praise and pray...

Publication Title: Grand River Times
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Grand River times. — 22 November 1854

Loss of the Steamer Yankee Blade. The steamer Yankee Blade left San Francisco, Sept. 30, with 800 passengers arid $153,000 in specie. Oct. 1, at 3 J o'clock, P. M., whilst encompassed in a dense fog, she ran upon a reef of rocks, olT Point Arguilla, and in less than twenty. five minutes sank in water below the promenade deck. The boats were immediately manned and all tho passengers taken from the wreck, but one of the boats unfortunately stranding about thirty lives were lost. The next morning the steamer Goliath made her appearance and succeeded in picking up the survivors yet on the sea, amounting to six hundred, and landed them nt San Diego, whither she was bound. Fivo hundred and thirty.six were left there until a vessel could be sent to bear them on their home, ware journey. On her return the remaining part of the passengers and crew left were taken on board and landed at San Francisco. Wreck of the Steamship New Era Ter rible loss of Life. The packet ship Now Era, of Bath, Mai...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Grand River times. — 22 November 1854

r . ,')"., ' 'i l . ' t ; . . ,:,... ' , ...... .... . i ' ' . - ' ! Hew Drag, Medicine; and Grocery Store. , GRIFFIN & Co. have now in toro and to arrive at the old stand opposito the Washington House, the following named goods which will be sold at lowest rates for Ready Cash , T PROVISIONS; Pork, Hams, Flonr, Butter, Lard, Hamburgh & Illinois Cheese, packing and tabic Salt, dry and green Apples and Teaches, Potatoes, Onions, Corn, Corn meal, Oats, Ship stuff and Bran." i GROCERIES. Clarified & Brown Sugars. Molasses, chewing and smoking Tobacco, St. Louis Syrup, Vinegar, Hvson, Green, and Black Teas, Rice, Rio and Java Coffee, Pepper, Spice, Nutmeg, Cloves, Ginger, Matches, Salcratus, Soda, Cream Tartar, brown, and toilet Soap, Candles, Mustard, Pickles, Snuff, Regalia, Principe, Havana and Jenny Lind Cigars, Catsup, Soda and Boston Crackers, Brooms, Tubs, Pails, covered Boxes, Italian Maccaronl, yeast Powders, Indigo, Fig blue, Cocoa, Chocolate, Rai - sins, Nuts, Cit...

Publication Title: Grand River Times
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Grand River times. — 29 November 1854

nn GRAND 1 j i.i VOLUME IV. GRAND HAVEN, MICHIGAN, WEDNESDAY, NOV. 29, 1854. WHOLE NUMBER 1G8. MB. V J , THE C1UND IllVEH TIMES IS rVBLISIIED EVERY WEDNESDAY EVENING , BY JOHN W. BARNS & Co. Office over Henry Grijiin's Drug Store, oppo , site the Washington House. 7 TEllMS. Payment lit Adriuice. "Taken at the office, or forwarded by mall, $1,00 Delivered by the carrier In tho village, -. - - l,.r0 One -shilling in addition to the above will be charged'fter-every three months that payment is 'delayed. No paper discontinftcd until all arrearages arc paid, except ttt tho discretion of tho publishers. . Term of Advertising. One square (12 lines' or less), first insertion fifty "cents, twenty-live cents for each subsequent inser tion. Legal advertisements at tho rates prescrib ed by law. Yearly or monthly advertisements as follows : 1 square 1 month, $1,00 1 " 3 2,00 I 6 " 3,00 1 square 1 year, $5,00 1 columnl " 30,00 1-2 " 1 " 20,00 By Business Cards, $3,00 per annum. Advertisements...

Publication Title: Grand River Times
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Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Grand River times. — 29 November 1854

TELEGRAPHIC NE VS. ARRIVAL OF THE ASIA. New York, Nov. 16. The steamer Asia arrived at New York from Liverpool this morning. t Upon the.25th of October the siege and bom. bardtnent of Sevastopol was going on with reg nlarity and success, nnd the loss of lifo m the town was so great that the air was said to be tainted by the unburied dead. Admiral Napa koff was killed by a shell. The loss of the al lies is comparatively small, and Lord Raglan was understood to bo favorable to a prolonged bombardment in preference to an immediate as nault. . It is said that two Russian men-of-war, which had been careened over in the harbor to serve as batteries, had been sunk by the fire of the al lies. MensehikoffreDorted officially the loss of the Russians, at Alma, as 4,500, and that the fort had been much damaged, and 33 guns lost. , There is talk of a-note from Count Nessel. rode, stating that Russia is prepared for all con tingencies,, and- will under all ciroumstanccs, maintain her traditional ...

Publication Title: Grand River Times
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Grand River times. — 29 November 1854

Is Sevastopol east to Take. A many think that tho capture of the Fortress of Sevas topol by the allied forces is a very easy matter, it may not be uninteresting to show how long places much weaker than this is represented to be, have held out against superior numbers on the aide of the besieging force. We might commence with Troy, but examples sufficient :are on record of sieges during the present cen tury. Genoa in 1800 sustained a blockade of GO and a siege of 40 days Saraossaln 1803 sustained a close siege neary two months, and again in 1809 for two months. Verona in 1809 sustained a biege and block- ado of seven months, four of them being of open trench. Cuidad Itodrigo in 1810, two months, Tortora in 1810, six months. Badajosin 1811 sustained a siege of more than 40 days, open trench. St. Sebastian in 1814 sustained a siege and blockade of nearly three months, with over fifty days of open trenches. Pompeluna in 1813, four months. , Monyon in 1813-14, four months. With these exa...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Grand River times. — 29 November 1854

ITew Draj?, .Medicine, and Grocery Store. GRIFFIN & Co. have now In store anil to arrive at tbo old stand opposite tho Washington House, the following named goods which will bo sold at lowest rates for Ready Cash. PROVISIONS. Tork, Haras, Flour, Butter, Lard, Hamburgh & Illinois Cheese, packing and table Salt, dry and green Apples and Peaches, Potatoes, Onions, Corn, Corn meal, Oats, Ship stuff and Bran. , . ; GROOBKli. Clarified & Brown Sugars, Molasses, chewing Matches, Salcratus,- Soda, Cream Tartar, brown, and toilet Soap, Candles, Mustard, Pickles, Snuff, Regalia, Principe, Havana amlJenny Lind Cigars, Catsup, Soda and Boston Crackers, Brooms, Tubs, Pails, covered Boxes, ItalSan Maccaronl, yeast Powders, Indigo, Fig bluer Cocoa, Chocolate, Rai sins, Nuts, Citron, Prunes, Sago, Saltpetre, Salts, Soda, Mackerel, White fish, Codfish, Clothes Pins, Mop handles, Brushes, Red wood, Madder, Log wood, Copperas, Candies of all kinds, Nut galls. Liquorice, Black lead, Davis' ...

Publication Title: Grand River Times
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Grand River times. — 6 December 1854

V GRAND HAVEN, MICHIGAN, WEDNESDAY, DEC. 6. 1854. WHOLE NUMBER 1C9. ': VOLUME IV. THIS GRAND IlIVElt TIMES IS f CBLISITF.P EVERY WEDNESDAY EVENING, BY JOHN W. BABNS & Co. -OJlce over Henry Grifjiin's Drug Store, oppo site the Washington House. TERMS. Payment I n Advance. Taken at the office, or forwarded by mail, $1,00 Delivered by the carrier in the village, 1,50 " One shilling in addition to the above will be "charged'for every three mouths that payment is .delayed. , No paper discontinued until all arrearages are l paid, except at the discretion of the publishers. Terms of Advertising. . One square (12 lines or less), first insertion fifty 'cents, twenty-five cents for each subsequent inser tion. Legal advertfsemcnts at the rates prescrib ed by law. Yearly or monthly advertisements as rouows : ' 1 square 1 month, $1,00 1 44 3 44 2,00 1 " 6 14 3,00 1 square 1 year, $5,00 30,00 20,00 column 1 " 1 44 03?" Business Cards, $3,00 per annum.' Advertisements unaccompanied with writte...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Grand River times. — 6 December 1854

TELEGRAPHIC NEWS. New York, Nov. 23. Embezzlemeht. The pitying teller of the American Exehangw Dank of tliU city. has been detected in embeziling tlie sum of 8138 000 of iU bond. The clerk7 name is Bandee, and ho U understood to have deposited security with the house sulfide nt to cover the loss. The de ficiency arose from liU having given check to ir. responsible parties. .... Deaths at Sea. The bark Johannes arnv. cd nt thin port to-day from Hamburg. She re- ports 20 deaths on Doaru uunug mo yusaugr, vu of a total cf 304. Washington, Nov. 23. The Sphnlsh Minister nt Washington was thrown from his carriage yesterday, and so se verely injured as to lose las senses for a while, lie soon recovered. Baltimore, Nov. 23. P. O. Robbery. Win. H. Martin, who has been the principal distributing clerk in this city for the last four years, has been detected in rob bing the letters passing through his hands, of the money they contained. He was detected through the agency of a decoy letter ; and...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Grand River times. — 6 December 1854

TOY and Holiday Books, for, the Children, at the variety store, Mill Point. L. M. S. Smith. LANNEL and Knit Shirts and Under Shirts, and Drawers, at tlie variety tore, Mill Tolnt. L. M.S. Smith. BEESWAX and Burning Fluid at the drug store, Mill Point. L.M.S. Smitii. ICELAND Moss, Cough Candy, Fin; Paste and Gum Drops at the drug store, Mill Point. L. M.S. Smith. TRASK'S Magnetic Ointment, and Conger's Regulator and Tonic Liver Pills, at the drug store, Mill Point. L. M. S. Smith. THE NEW-YORK TRIBUNE. Daily, $5; Semi-Weekly, $3; Weekly, $2 ALWAYS IX ADVANCE. THE WEEKLY TRIBUNE com menccd Its XlVth annual volume with the month of September commenced It with a circu lation (115,000) larger than was ever before accord ed to any general newspaper whatever. This cir culation has been gradually and laboriously at tained by concentrating upon the Tribune the best efforts of many editors and correspondents and by a greater liberality of outlaw in each department than was probably ever befor...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Grand River times. — 6 December 1854

New DrugV lledicine, and Grocery Store. GRIFFIN & Co. liftre now In store and to arrive at tho old stund opposite the Washington House, the following named goods which will be 6dld at lowest rates for Ready Cash. " ' PROVISIONS. ' Pork, Hams, Flour, Butter, Lard, Hamburgh & Illinois Cheese, packing and table Salt, dry and green Apples and Peaches, Potatoes, Onions, Com, Corn meal, Oats, Ship stud and Bran. . :.: GROCERIES. , - a . Clarified & Brown Sugars, ; Molasses, chewing and 6moking Tobacco, St. Louis Syrup, Vinegar, Hyson, Green, and Black Teas, Rice, Rio and Java Coffee, Pepper, Spice, Nutmeg, ClovcS, Ginger, Matches, Saleratus, Soda, Cream Tartar, brown, and toilet Soap, Candles, Mustard, Pickles, Snuff, Kcgalia, Principe, Havana and Jcnnv Lind Cigars, Catsup, Soda and Boston Crackers, Brooms, Tubs, Pails, covered .Boxes, Italian Maccaroni, yeast rowders, Indigo, Fig blue, Cocoa, Chocolate, Rai sins, Nuts, Citron, Prunes, Sago, Saltpetre, Salts, Soda, Mackerel. W...

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