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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic Telegraph and Texas Register — 20 December 1849

i-& " ""'" ,12? W r --.-t- -r- ftj. TJEMKS3 in advance. Published Weekly. or $5 at the csidoi the yeap- Bir CRUGER & MOOEE. HOUSTON THUESDAY, DECEMBER 20, 1849. YOL. XIY. NO. 52.--WHOLE NO. 730 .Tf Bh H esi jiff ffint fill H HI mat T I fli S Tb Bs H k If Mill ifi Bii I w St IB H H fa S S Haw an OL' hsI g m H cL. 9 B SjB vfaivivii'RM i u gtBis&iini ii ninii? inn E&irs-ai p i gaiia i i i g3 qskm mecg... i.u, .II apaBOB'i i'Mg - .. .. .. ... ..-. . P ......n, .- .. .... .. i , nwnu.i i iiiiini i'iiiujiuiukt1 hii-bJ i w Ml . ilium, u .1 i muUMMLii" auo f.i:urtihi. h ji ii- uu m j. .! mea ii-ini trumi hm.hi I -ij.w.'i " nsaEm maB ' nKgB gg ivwiv'.-3a Telegraph and Register, Published every Thursday, Main Street, Houston, by "CRTTGER & J5IOORK. T E. R M S : ubecrip tion for One Year, or Fifty-Ttro Num- rs, $3.00 Advertising, ono dollar per square for the first in- sortion, and fifty cents for each, subsequent instrtion Geu lines or less to constitute a. square. To Morc...

Publication Title: Democratic Telegraph And Texas Register
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic Telegraph and Texas Register — 20 December 1849

A the insurgents as asserted by M. Dahired, llio latter acknowledged that iu the uncertainly of a vote par assiscilecc, he might have considered as intended for a vote a moveiiioni which had not that meaning. Tno seconds considered this acknowledgement satis- factory. - Rome. The Popo, it is said, will return to Romo on the SSthof tho present mouth the anniversary of -his flight last year, disguised as a Bavarian footman. Baron Metzburg, the Anstrain . Ambassador to the ,, -Papal Conrt, has just arrived, and his presence, iu Otconjunctiou with that of the French garrison, maybe Htaken as even to clank their chains. ,. Spain From Mardrid, it lias transpired that the T plot for the dismissal of Narvaez, and for the chauge to f a priestly desposition, wasbrought about at Gaeta, in coujouliou with the King of Naples and the Council ot ' Cardinals. One of the ac'.s of Narvaez, since his re- call.lias been to order a reduction in the army, and it ." is supposed the Spauish troops will be ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic Telegraph and Texas Register — 20 December 1849

;!''"- v v.?? fr "" '- t T.-l 3r&&8g&&t sitesand property than at the presout day in Califor- nia." The city of Sacramento holds the first place iu point of size, population and commerce, but much fear is entertained that it will bo completely inunda- ted iu the winter. Stockton, on the Sa Joaquin, ranks next, but does not improvo nor advance like -tho City of the- Sacramento. It, also, js subject to ba inundated iu the event of heavy rain, and his ma- ny otiier disadvantages, such as bad water, poor pas- "turage, a scarcity of wood, low ground, and an arm '"of tho river almost stagnant that ruus into the very centre of the towu. Another town is now laid out fifteen miles above it, on the same river, called Bue- nos Ayres, which commands the same navigation, has good water, h;gh land, good timber, fine soil, rich pas- ture, and is more central for communication to tho southern mines, crossing tho high road that leads to the South. The enterprising owner of this prope...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic Telegraph and Texas Register — 20 December 1849

? SCOLDING CHILDREN. I -will tell you -what good it does to scold ' at.your children for doing what you have told "them not to do just as much good as to tscold an unruly ox for jumping over the fence and eating the corn contrary to orders -previously given him. Children are govern- ed by two motives; the hope of reward and fear of unpleasant consequences. A stream of scolding as long as fjoui sun to sun, never yet had any other effect upon children than to render them wholly -regardless of what is said to them. If you wish to make your children troublesom scold them occasionally. If you wish to make them a little harder, .'louder, and more frequently. If you wish to .ruin them and relinquish all hope of conquer- ing tbem, scold continually, and you will be sure to gain your object. POLITENESS AT HOME. Always speak with the utmost politeness and deference to your parents and ft iends. Some children are polite and civil every- where else, exempt at home; but there they are coarse- an...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic Telegraph and Texas Register — 27 December 1849

T . -. ig- a ' aaEi a e ;' ' u... im..!., i 3J E-e-BK-!.! ii, i l '"' "' un' '"' ' ' ' ' rr-n airy d'l.ii r" im.i,l,.j 'arui- I i j mii.ni a na ---wrs i i-h.i .-mm i ii un-Eca i 1 1 m 111 m hi i -k-. 'ii-. hiju-i.-i i mst p"Ji"r vust uw a .J i.j isr iru,ii,.ii ,b pb ee naaBag-a .'t TEUJfgSss in advance. Published Weekly '. or $5 at the end ol l!ie year -7 BrCRQGER & MOORE. HOUSTON- THURSDAY, DECEMBER 27, 1849. VOL. XV. NO. .--WHOLE NO. 731 Telegraph and Rfedster, Published every Thursday, Main Street, Houston, by SRUGER. -MOOBE. TE RMS. ub&criotioji for Ono Year, or Fifty-Two Num- bers, . , -' - - - . . 3. 00 Advertising, one dollar per square for tbe first in- Bertioo,hxnd fifty ccuts for each subsequent insertion Geu lines-or less to coustitute a square. To 3lerchauts aud others advertising by the year, a euson&U deduction from the above rates "frill bo made. Rteiimloatcards,PoIiticaI and Personal communica- tions will bo charged at tho same rates as advertising Law on...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic Telegraph and Texas Register — 27 December 1849

esa successful operation. Fl-uida has itncsled over 4.000,000 in railroals and manufac- tures. Georgia has more than 70 colton fac- tories, Alabama over 20, and Missouri rnon- ey invested in mines, factories, &c. Ken- tucky,'Tennessee, and other Southern States which we" have not enumerated, are likewise proceeding with spirit in the great work of internal improvement. The iliciease of do- mestic competition, in all the departments oi industry; has produced a radical change- in the interest of manufactures. Gulta Percha tires to wheels are now made in Philadelphia. J'sdGREssivE Population. The territo- ry of theJJnited States is nearly as large as that of Europe; its population, including that of the. aboriginies and immigrants, may ex ceed 23.000.000, which is not a tenth part of that of Europe. In August, 1790, '.he Uni- ted States contained nearly four millions of peo- ple, inclusive of about 700,000 slaves. In 1800 there were 5,305.925 inhabitants j 7,- 239,8Hin 1810 : 9.854...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic Telegraph and Texas Register — 27 December 1849

Number present, 223; absent, 7; one vacaney in Palfrey's district, Massachusetts. On motion of Air. Boyd, the Houso proceeded to the election r iva voce for Speaker. Messrs. Dnor, of New York; Miller, of Ohio; Hil- liard, of Alabama; and Strong, of Pennsylvania, were appointed tellers. The House havhigproceedcd to ballot, the following way the result, viz: Cobb, of Ga., Deni . Winthrop, of Mass., Whig, Wilmot, of Pa., Free Soil, Geutry, ofTenn , Whig, Mann, of Mas., Whig, Thompson, of Pa., Dem., Cleavelaud, of Ot., Dem., Seddon, of Va., Dem., Orr, of S. C, Dem., DL-uey, of Ohio, Dem., Root, of Ohio, Free Soil, 103 96 8 6 o 1 1 1 1 1 1 221 Necessary to-elect, 111. Messrs. Cobb and Wiuthrop did not vote-. There being no election, the House proceeded to a second baifoL The vote resulied as follows, viz: " Cobb, of Georgia. l'.Kl; Winthrop 015; Wiimot 3, ManuS; Cleveland I; D'irkeol; Stanton, of Tenn- essee, 1; GiMitry h"; Woodw-nd, of South Carolina,!; Disney, of Ohi, 1; James Thompson...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic Telegraph and Texas Register — 27 December 1849

5Sf.;f - 'TC-e'BrPi' From the Union Magazine. THE NEEDLE, PEN, AND SWORD. BY MRS. L. H. SIGOCKNEY. What hast thou seen, -with thy shining eye, Thou needle so subtle and keen T " I have heen in Paradise, stainless and fair, And fitted the apron of fig-leaves there, To the form of its fallea queen. "The mantles and rimples, the hoods and veils - That the belles of Judah wore, When their haughty mien, and their glance of fire, Enkindled' the eloquent prophet's ire, I helped to fashion of yore. ' The, beaded belt of the Indian maid I have decked with as true a zeal As the gorgeous ruff of the knight of old, Or the monarch's mantle of purple and gold, Or the satrap's troider d heel. J"I have Tent to beauty new power to reign, At bridal and courtly ball, Or wedded to fashion, have help'd to bind Those gossamer links, that the strongest mind Havo sometimes held in thrall. " I have drawn a drop, so round and red, From the finger, small and white, Of the startled child, as-she strove with ca...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic Telegraph and Texas Register — 3 January 1850

-'?';; TCST'' ra """' -' 1,1 - s SJ e p gtvraggaTOLmjaj &r tuyj.'.-.sjaa&ji.'gSPCM pg!r-.rzisg-,ciaz?.r s iar.n.-fjngi;t' titto 3TS5effS -SS in advnucc. Published Weekly. or $5 at tlie cud oi lle y)ear - -V -B" A.-. -t- ., .. - - -,. ".. V " J5 53 T vvvr ,MiFffvHraiHH Ifej B 03 d$Sj? ijfl py ftJl 111111 ffl s u Hiv W J bk ly Ski H S k m fe Kir v -Jj5 HI tsa ef & S? Pi PI $ fe&sii as s IP Js I sL iasa sm ISLjsB a fa EM sOa Ml HUP H Inn --&.-" 1 ' - gB 1 II- A iiri .l"l.w..T yg?f'T'jrSTCCC?-Tg'wT, w . 4 i f i mi I &Y GRUGER& MOORE. . a -.1. Tfelegraph and Register, : Published every Thursday, Main Sti eel. Houston, by ck.tjgekt& moors. - teems: . ubscriptio 11 for One Year, or Fifty-Two Num- bers, - -' - - -' 3. 00 Advertising, one dollar per square for the first iu- ssrtion,.aud fifty cents for each subsequent insertion Geu lines or loss to constitute a square. To Merchauts aud others advert isiug by the year, a easonuble deduction from the abcvo rales...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic Telegraph and Texas Register — 3 January 1850

-f f r" te iipened, jviftproduce three ami a half to four gallons of wine. ' " 4 a . By proper economy, a man mayiave a vineyard of several acres ma few years, withontieeling the ex- pense to be "burdensome. Commence by trenching -one acrem'th'e winter, "and'planluig' irout in-the spring; jjext year another acre, and so on,Jor five or iiryeare.. After tbeflrst year, he will have his own cuttintrs-from the.first acre, and also crapes enough U pay thecosfaoi planting Uie succeedingadditions to J his vineyard. "If he has 'suitable timber on his own land, the slakes cajfbegot'oatirilbe winter 'with but little outlay in money. By this.conrse, the-cost of.a vineyard of sjx acres would nofbehal! as much as mine. .Some prefer planting in rows, four by 'five ; others fjrom and a half by four and ahall; and on level laua, Wgjhree and a hulf Lyeis, or even seven feet. I have merely giveu, in tne loregomg remarss, mc course pursued by myself and of my neighbors, with out preteudiug that it is p...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic Telegraph and Texas Register — 3 January 1850

Tesa occupies in icfeieucetu tins subject, an important posi tion.n tie Aroer'cau Union. The large extent or territory em- brecedby he, boundaries, n great portion of which is cmirently nrirpted to ;he culture of sugar and co' ion. (and in tins 'csj-ect, pauap, si'.Knor to any o Iier poa on of Nonb America.) will ensure lo hex, ct no d.ij.it day, a very large slave popula 'on t is a' e:C verv coiisiderable and is dotiucd to be, 'n all n obi-b.lic.-argerslon that of auj ofherssr States. Stic . tSiea. not o'l .as jeailj concerned as sny other slave-holding Siita in protect'iiT, and p e erring uie co-'stitutioncl ri;hts of he Ci i7ens lo tneir prop& l.tves, but her con iguityto a fore'gn Cov- er "inent, who e nrcjuu ccs a e kjownto be arr?vd cgainst our instut,osofI've.y,aii .10' sh s us .hatuepre ent on niug held tor oliuw 'jcejdiriics, u!om temerity Ti'I be heightened bv every i.t of aggesoi to wh'cu we tamely submit, or it wii ct we pars Tely tcqu -ce. cannot concur v& iho-e...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic Telegraph and Texas Register — 3 January 1850

S&r , i -"lr 0. St r, 'A - i 4 -A, v -, -. '. 5 V ' - W& .4 "IWB J- : 3 I- yj' J- f . " il ?P - ";, ."Fxoin Chamber's 'Journal. " , -2ir f'-TKW" SHORT TEATtS. -" -y , "" -j&Y AGNES SMITH. - 1A. few short -years and then Whairchahges Time liath-wrought ! Sosfarange they-seem, we scarce can deem '.The wofia, our life, ourselves are aught 't' But one long, fitful dream. '' 3r The clouds that fly Across the sky, , Waves tossed upon thesea;, Shadows that pass . " Before a glass, , " " JOuf fitting emblems he. ' jt lfe-AlreTY short years and then t '- "vj,orA nri tho hones that-shone "?.. iwhen'." youth with .flowers in wreathed the ,- 3'- ' -J: hours, " - '-' ' jv Xnd Earth had.hut.one music tpno 8Fs. t)f joy forus andours "' .' The rainhow's. hues, r The morning dews, , The blossoms of a day, The tremblng sheen, . On water seen, More stable are than they: -A few short years andthen Where is the ad'mant chain , . nrv ,a.. That passldnand madly thought5 '--Nor time nor change ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic Telegraph and Texas Register — 10 January 1850

TFVJ 1FJEKfX--$& la advjujce. JPubUshed, Wecl:ly or $5 at the exidoi She yeas- 1 V t Lr" BY CKfJGEK, & MOORE. Telegraph and Eeglster, Published every Thursday, Main Street, Houston, by crtjgek. &. jioore. teems: ' ubscriptio n for One Year, or Fifty-Two Num- bers," -""- - - ' ' '- - $3. 00 Advertising, o"he dollar per square for the first in- sertion, and fifty centsfor each subsequentinsertion Gen lines or less to constitute a square. To'Merchants and others advertising by the year, a easonable deduction "from the above rates will-be made. Riearnboat cards.Political and Personal communica- tions'wlll bo charged at the same rales as advertising Law on EFewspapers. 1. Subscriber -who do rot gi-e expre- notice to the con- trary, are considered within; to continue their subscription. 2. If subscriber order tns discLntinuiuice of their papers, the pab.iiher may continue to send tbem tili all that is due be paid. 3-If subscribers najlector rnfu-e to take their papers from the...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic Telegraph and Texas Register — 10 January 1850

sT M K if t V-- q . 4 -' Hz Jr., es prasenU The coffin which contains the remains has , Tjeen deposited in a private tomb in tho city, so that if occasion should arise, thoy can be examined here- after. The following is the record at tho Death Office: Died Nov. 23, George Turkman, aged 59 years and 30 months, physician, born iuBoslou, sou of Samuel and Sarah Parkman; cuoso of deith,Dlank;J place of interment; 35 Trinity Church, Cemetery. JDr Parkman on Insanity. No. 16, Vol. 14, of the Boston Medical and Surgical Journal, 1836, con- tains a really valuable paper by tho latuDr. Parkman, on the subject of crime, when committed in a stale of insanity. Of this piper, Dr. Smith, editor of the Journal, remarks that "it canuolbe read without call- ing up tho most dreadful ideas respecting his (Dr. a. Parkmau's) own probable fate." In it the murder of Johnson by the celebrated Earl Ferrers is thus refer red to by Dr. P: "Earl Ferrers was tried for a murder committed in a state characterized...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic Telegraph and Texas Register — 10 January 1850

"s3f',t s-- ar- f Hfe K, t to great numbers of Chinamen whom they dis- pose of as apprentices or servants. They are put up at auction as the Coolies are in Jamaica and sold to the highest bidder. The steamer Reliance, Capt. Sterrett, re- turned from the Trinity on Friday. She as- cended as high as Parker's Bluff, a distance of nearly six hundred miles. TLis steamer met with no obstruction in ihe river, but was detained two days on the bar. We are in- debted to Capt. Slerrelt for the following list of the distances lo the several landings on the river. They were taken by Mr. Wtn. N. Cooke who accompanied him on the trip, and he states that they are quite accurate : TABLE OF DISTANCES ON TRINITY 11IVER. From Galveston to Trinity Bar, 50 Miles. East To McMahan's Landing, 12 " .Do t: Morses Bluff, 11 " West u Moore's do 12 " East ' Liberty, " 20 " West" Greens Landing, 7 " East K Wallaces do. 45 " " .Do. " Holliman's do. . 25 " Do. " Cherry's do. 25 t! Do. il Menards' Creek, 13 l! Do. "...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic Telegraph and Texas Register — 10 January 1850

-x.- 4i 3' h Pi 3 :. To Planters and'SPasnilies ALLc f6TlovvuirBiticlcsare-eold-uiilyln Houstonbv Win H. Eltot, Roberts and Co., Grocbeeck and Co., mid bv nu Oilier house in Houston. Beware of the counterfeit article. TO TirE LADIES. The Genuine Balm of Columbia, for Restoring the Hair. "Long hair is a glory to vroraan.V says Pau', And nil feel the truth of the pious quotation ; Preserve it then, ladie yonr glorj nia fill. Unless yon protect it v illi this preparation. . If vou wish a nch, luxuriant bead of harr, free from dandruH and scurf, no not fat! to procure the genuine Balm of Columbia In cases of baldness .t will mere tl.au exceed your expectations Many who have lost their hair for tuenty 5 cars have had it res toredto the original perfection by the use of thuBalm. Age state or condition appears to be no obstacle whatever; it alc causes the fluid to flow with vhsch the delicate hair tubeis fil'ed by which means thousands ( boss hair "a as grey as the Asiatic Eagle) have had ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic Telegraph and Texas Register — 17 January 1850

- 'J-'V .'fg ' TJEJ&'VTS $3 in. advance. Published Weekly. or $5 at the end ol tlie year BY CRUGEE, & MOORE. Telegraph and Register, Published every Thursday, Main Streetj Houston, In CXUJGER fr J1IOORE. terms: ubscription for One Year, or Fifty-Two Num- bers, $3. Oti Advertising-, one dollar per square for the first in- sertion, and fifty cents fonseach subsequent iusertion Geu lines or less to constitute a square. ToMerchauts aud others advertising by the year, a reasonable deduction from the above rates will hi made. Rteamboat cards,FoIiticaI and Personal communica- tions will be charged at the same rates as advertising Law on Newspapers. 1. Subscribers iv!io do pot give express notire lo the con- trary, n re considered wibtu to continue their subscription. 2. If subscribers order the discontinuance of their papers. the publisher may continue to send them till all that is due be si. 3. If lulucribcrs ne;lect at refuse to take their jinpers from the oiEca to which they ro ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic Telegraph and Texas Register — 17 January 1850

iMS& 79 &&& r V 1 m ': " would be invoked as the most un an swerable scheme. argument against such v ,w- ROUGET DE -LISLE. - A LEAF FE02I FRENCH HISTORY. From 'Chamber's Edinburg Journal.' It .was during the early days ot the great revolution of 1789, m the year 1792, when a young officer in delicate health, took up his quarters in the city of Marseilles for the six months of his leave of absence. It seemed strange retirement for the young man, for in the town he knew no one, and Tn the depth of winter Marseilles was no tempting residence. The officer lived in a garret looking out on the street, which had for its furniture, a harp sichord, a bed, a table, and a chair. Little but paper ever entered that apartment where food and fuel were both scarce; and yet the young man generally remained in doors all day, assiduously writing, or rather dotting something upon paper, an occupation he al- tered with music. Thus passed many months. The young man grew thinner and paler,...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic Telegraph and Texas Register — 17 January 1850

excellent flavor and well smoked. 1 "When ihe weather becomes warm there will hp. a sfMim arise on the Dickie. By .keeping my hams under pickle, it will keep the year round. It is better to linw n crnod oak barrel than anv other. " Try it, and if you had meat smoked ear- " lier after killing and more palatable, please inform the public through the columns ofyour paper. THE TELEGRAPH. EDITED BY FRANCIS MOQEE.Jr. Houston, Tliusrday'Janiiary 17, 1850. A State Baxk. Insolvent. The president of the State bank of Tennessee in a rerent report, (says the Nashville Whig,) asserts Ihat the bank has sustained such severe losses that unless it is relieved by appropriations from the Stale, it must become insolvent. Gen. Cass has submitted a proposition to Congress to suspend diplomatic relations with Austria. He might go a step farther and pro- pose to suspend diplomatic relations with Rus- sia. These two governments have lendered themselves so notorious for their butcheries and barbarian punish...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic Telegraph and Texas Register — 17 January 1850

mi jl'y-ffl" Cousting-Eoiise Calendar for mm ' . -Li .'5? - S t? !3 P ... 1 J" ?- V ' " ;- Jan't -'. . .K1 2-3.4 5 . ' 6 7-8 9 10. 11 12 V -13'-'-i".15-16 17 18 19- " V20-'21 22,23.24 25-26 . - ""27" 28 29 30 31 .Feb'y, ' -1 2 " ' 3 -, 4 5 6 7 8 9 1011 " 12 . 13 14 15 16 17 IS 192t) -21 .22 "23 24- 25 26 27. 28, . . March, . .' v'.- . . :'- ..X 1 2 -' - .-3 . 4, 5 b7 -8 9 ' . IXTll 12 ,13T14 15 "16 V '-17"18 19 20"aU 22 23 ,.24, 25 26 27 '2 29 30 -3l' " -April,.,. . 1. 23 4.5 6 .',. 7 "8 tT .10 11 12 13 .14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 - 20 26 27 28 29 20 , - May,. . . : 1 2 3 4 1 5 6 7 8' 9 10 11 4m& 123 , 14 15 16 17 18 2'il9-20:21-'22 23 24 25 mf:y-,26T:28'29'- 30 31 , " Juke, 1 -2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 . -. v 23 24 25 26 27 28 2a '30 July. .... 1 2 34 5 6 7 8 9 30 11 12 13 .. 14. 15 16 17. 18 19 20 - J 21 22 23 24r 25 26 21 , JJL 28 29 30 31 August, ......' 1 , 2 - 3 4 5 6 7; 8 9 10 - r 11 12- 13 14 15:16 17 V 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 ...

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