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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The mountain sentinel. — 1 July 1852

I Q UNT A IH SHTIIEL. Andrew J. Bhey, Editor. EBENSBURG, PA. Thurtd)-, July 1, 1S53. MC3IOCRATIC TICKET. For President, ruixiiLix Picncc, of New Hampshire. For Vice-President iviL.Li-t.ii it. ivivc;, of Alabama. For Canal Commissioner, WIL.I.IAM SI1AU1GHT, of Fayette Co. County dominations. For Assembly, THOMAS COLLINS, of Washington. For Sheriff, AUGUSTIN DUBBIN, of Washington. Commissioner, JACOB R. STULL. of Richland. Auditor, JOHN A. M'CONNELL, of Clearfield. Coroner, CAMPBELL SHEEIDAN, of Johnstown. IJUIIJ lllill Itll I 1 1 i t NO NORTH, NO SOUTH NO EAST, NO H EST under tbc Constitution, but a Jinn main tenance of the common bond and true devotion to the common brotherhood. Gen. Pierce1 toast. The Democracy of Ebensburg and vicinity, nre requested to meet at the Court House on Saturday evening to form a 'TIERCE CLUE." MANY. Thursday, July 1st 1802. DEMOCRATIC RALLY!! 1 llh Deinocracv of Cambria county arc re quested to a?scmblc at the Court House, in Eb tnsburg, on Tuesday even...

Publication Title: Mountain Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The mountain sentinel. — 1 July 1852

FOM Olll EXCHANGES. jg'Mr. Showman, what is that?" "That, my dear, is the Rbinocerco'w. TTe is cousing German, or Dutch relative to the Unicorn. He was born in the desert Sry Ann, nnd feeds on l.amboo and missionaries. He never lcave-s hi-s Louie unless he moves, in which ae he grc3 somewhere els -uule83 he is overtaken ly the nark. He is a very ctlurvgcous critter, nnd al ways whip- Kr. he conquers. He was brought to this f .'iitVy much against his will, which ac counts for his low spirits when he's melancholy br dejected. He is now somewhat aged, altho' he has seen the day when he was the youngest specimen of animated nature in the world. I'asd on, my little dear, and allow the ladies to Burrey the wisdom of Providence as displayed in the ring-tailed monkey, a hanimal that can stand hanging like a feller critter, only it is re versed. Grave of an Ancient Sea King. A remark able discovery has lately been made in the par ish of Borre, near Ilorten, in Norway. In a fhippen (barrow in...

Publication Title: Mountain Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The mountain sentinel. — 1 July 1852

SlicriCPs Sales. B T virtue of sundry writs of Lev. Facias, and i Vcn. Kxnonaa. issued out of the Court of rion at Cambria, county, and to me directed, there -will be exposed to sale, at the Court House, in the Borough of Ebensburg, Cambria county, on Monday, the 5th day of Ju ly next at 1 o'clock P. M. The following described real estate to wit : All the right, title and interest of II. D. roster, John C. McGill, and Benj. Heacox, of, in and to the following four -described tracts of land situ ate in Coneinaugh Township, Cambria County, warranted in the names of Henry Sutton, Geo. Shrum, Job Banks, and James Banks, to wit : one tract warranted in the name of Henry Sut trm nntainin!? two hundred and sixty acres more or less, adjoining lands warranted in name . of James Banks, George fcbrura ana Lcnemaugn river, unimproved the tract warf anted in name of George Shruta containing one hundred acres more or less, adjoining lands warranted in name of Henry Sutton, James Banks, Job Banks,...

Publication Title: Mountain Sentinel, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The mountain sentinel. — 8 July 1852

u Jrffiffir -11 1 II .XfSsA 'WE GO WHERE DEMOCRATIC PRINCIPLES POINT THE WAY ; WHEN THEY CEASE TO LEAD, WE CEASE TO FOLLOW." VOLIfllE VIII. EBENSBURG,. THURSDAY, JULY 8, 18-52. KMBER 38. THE DEMOCRATIC XOMISEES. Air Dandy Jim. I often have been told of late, That Pennsylvania is the State, Without whoso full and free consent Jio man has yet been President. Then let her hills and Tallies ring With loud Huzzas! fur Pierck and King! Right well their names, the people please, The Dsmocratic Nominee. Sew Hampshire sends Ler patriot eon To lead the hosts of Freedom on : 'The Gallant Pierce." right well we know, lie fought for us in Mexico. Turn let our hills and rallies ring, &c. And Alabama sends her pride, The Statesman true, the patriot tried ; The North and South, unite to bring The Gallant Pierce, the veteran King. Then let our hills and vallies ring, &c. Hedged to the Union of the States Now victory on our banner waits ; North, South, East, West, unite to sing Huzza for Piir...

Publication Title: Mountain Sentinel, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The mountain sentinel. — 8 July 1852

MOUNTAIN SI NT 1 1 El. Andrew J. Rhey, Editor. -EBENSBURG, PA. Thursday, July 8, 1S5'3. Dt:3IOCRATIC TICKET. For President, ritlKLI 1'IERCC, of New Hampshire. For Vice-President WILLIAM It. UI.G, of Alabama. For Canal Commissioner, YVIULIA3I SEAUIGS1T, of Fayetto Co. Coimly IVomiimtioiis. For Assembly, THOMAS COLLINS, of Washington. For Sheriff AUGUSTIN DUBBIN, of Washington. Commissioner, JACOB E. STTJLL. of Richland. Auditor, JOHN A. M'CONNELL, of Clearfield. Coroner, CAMPBELL SHERIDAN, of Johnstown. Democratic fleeting A large and enthusiastic meeting of the de mocracy of the county was hell at the Court House, in this borough, on Tuesday evening of which Capt. B. McDerniitt, -who was a brave and heroic soldier in the Mexican war, was President, assisted by a number of Vice Presi dents and Secretaries. The meeting was ably addressed by Samuel C. Wingard, Esq., who entered into a complete history of the merits of the Whig and democratic candidates, and while he passed the highest ...

Publication Title: Mountain Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The mountain sentinel. — 8 July 1852

Political Squib. The New York Tribune (Scott organ) saj-s that the ''Poor are too stupid to know their rights, or too cowardly to assert theni." To which the New York Commercial (Whig) replies: "We had supposed that the circula tion of the Tribune ten. led to enlighten the poor,' but ou itri own showing it has expended much industi y, talent m d capital to little pro fit. The Vi;'.uii!'tuu (N. C.) Journal contains the following : The Commercial of this morning says frank ly and plainly that it cannot support Scott, but that the flection of 1 lerce aud King would re Jound more to the honor and advantage of the country than would the election of their oppo nents. The Commercial is a Whig paper, and te believe that in this matter it expresses the views of a very considerable and highly intelli gent portion of its party in this State, who can not swallow the Seward pill, sugar-coated tho' it may be, by the addition of Mr. Graham to the ticket, l'raise from a Democratic source might be r...

Publication Title: Mountain Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The mountain sentinel. — 8 July 1852

nr v. tl S. . tmz'VTJ 7 V SEXTIXEL" is publish- - i 'Ti1rt,l,nr mnrninff. at One Dollar and Fifty Cents per annum, if paid in advance or within three months; after three months Two Dollars will be charged. No subscription will be taken for a shorter period than six months; and no paper will ne discontinued vntil all arrearages are paul. A failure to notify a discontinuanc at the expira tion of the term subscribed for, will be consid red as n new engagement. r. iDVERTISEMEXTS will be inserted at thefollowing rates :-50 cents per square for the first insertion; 75 cents for two insertions; $1 for three insertions ; and 25 cents per square tor every subsequent insertion. A liberal reduc tion made to those who advertise by the year. All advertisements handed in must have the proper number of insertions marked thereon, or they will be published until forbidden, and charged in accordance with the above terms. CgJuAll letters and communications to insure attention must be post paid. A. J. ...

Publication Title: Mountain Sentinel, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The mountain sentinel. — 15 July 1852

A " 'WE GO WHERE DEMOCEATIC PRINCIPLES POINT THE WAY ; WHUN THEY CEASE TO LEAD, WE CEASE TO FOLLOW." VOLUME VIII. EBENSDURG, THURSDAY, JULY 15, 1852. NUMBER 39. Vowi Me Fennsylvanian. Pierce and King. BY GAREETT B. CILLIN. iK A wet sheet and a flowing tea. With loud huzzas unto the air, Our banner proudly fling ; And let the foemen meet it there, Inscribed with Tierce and King. Ay I let them hear your battle shout, To dare them to the fray, From Democratic hearts spring out Iu confidence to day. With loud huzzas, &c. With justice on our side array'd Our principles well known On their's corruption is displayed With virtue overthrown ; Then who can doubt, that victory Will crown our hallowed cause. When battling well for liberty, For equal rights and laws. With loud huzzas, Sic. For vears, our land with anxious eye:, Has longed to hail the hour, When freemen will in strength arise To crush corrupted power. What tho' they strut and bluster fierce, And claim the White House dorao ; ...

Publication Title: Mountain Sentinel, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The mountain sentinel. — 15 July 1852

MOMTAII SIITIML Andrew J. Rhey, Editor. EBENSBURG, PA. Thurmlay, July 15, 1S5'-J. MKMOCliVTIC TICKLT. For President, 1RAKL1X PIERCE, of New Hampshire. For Vice-President of Alabama. For Canal Commissioner, of Fayette Co. Count' dominations. For Assembly, TK02IAS COLLINS, of Washington. For Sheriff, AUGUSTIN DUBBIN, of "Washington. Commissioner, JACOB K. STULL. of Bichland. Auditor, JOHN A. M'CONNF-LL, of Clearfield. Coroner, CAMPBELL SHESIDAN, of Johnstown. nu. Scotts LfUer of Acceptance. On the 24th June, Gen. Scott -wrote a letter to lion. J. G. Chapman, President of the late Whig National Convention, in which he aecept-i-l the nomination for the Presidency. In this letter he says, "not having written a u onl to pro cure this distinction, I lost not a moment, after it had been conferred," &c. Now, we say and can prove, that he did write to "procure this distinc tion ;" for in the columns of a Whig paper, the Ilarrisburg Telegraph, we find the following let ter incorporated in ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The mountain sentinel. — 15 July 1852

rium oru exchanges. gsFDr. Forbes, in the quarterly Review, 8aj.g "The crabs in tlie Kneeling Islands, in the Pacific Oooii n, eat cci-nnnuts, luring a hole through the sli'H with one of their claws; the t;sh eat cornl, and the dgs hunt 1ih in the sl:::T loff water of the reef; the greater part of the fea-fi wl roost on branches, ami L.any of the rsts uiake tueir "i w:e toji ol high j aim trees. ih.'wThe following recipe will be found ex- H - 9 hav tt opcWU ceeJingly valuable during the hot months, when before the Democracy of the 2d district, Mass. .v,nre is so much inability to affections of the on Monday. He pops for I'mirr t,owel3. Parch half a pint of rice until it is As to the platform, he should have preferred the ; tnen dou h as nee la usuany aone. iat oia democratic platform, without any interpola . . i.rnirn : slowly, and it will stop the most alarming cases vf diarrhoea. 'Take a Wife Tom," said Richard Brinsley Sheridan, to his wild son Tom, "Take a wife, Tom, and reform....

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The mountain sentinel. — 15 July 1852

From the American Celt. A VIK o Thomai Prntli MragHr. The interest which attaches to the name and position of this distinguished Irishman, has made the public very desirous to see him, per ionally, in the chief cities of the Union. The citizens of Boston, Philadelphia, Baltimore, Al bany and Cincinnati, have already invited him, with great cordiality, to visit them. We believe Mr. Meagher has not concluded to make a tour of the country, under present circumstances. He thinks and to us his reflections seem very prudent that there is no good object in an agi tation of that sort ; while, very anxious to show his regard for every kind, he is not the sort of man to sell his reputation for the hasty ana honest, but often empty, acclamations of an evening meeting. It is his intention, we under ttand, to proceed to some European country where he can have a convenient interview with his relatives, now in Ireland, and then, rejoined fry his noble-spirited wife, to return and make America his ...

Publication Title: Mountain Sentinel, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The mountain sentinel. — 22 July 1852

A lrlftr- 'WE GO WHEEE DEMOCEATIC PRINCIPLES TOINT THE WAY WHEN THEY CEASE TO LEAD, WE CEASE TO FOLLOW.' VOLUME VIII. EBEiXSBURG, THURSDAY, JULY 22, 18-52. MOIBER 40. 4 J II II f IE! It If- I L l II v . .JUV gpKfiCII OP HON". It. T003I11S, OF CEORUIA, On the Presidency ; delivered in the House of Rep resentatives July 3, 1S2. The House being iu Committee of the Whole oa the state of the Union, and having under consideration the deficiency bill Mr. TOOMBS said : But I mast pass on from this branch of the subject and hasten to a brief examination of the constituent elements and the action of the two late conventions. The Democratic convention asseuiuieu mv. xuc j rrospect was not favorable to its unity or Lar- j mony ; the preservation of either was impossi- ! tie, except upon the principles I have already ! tjplaincl. The political convulsions which ra- pcJ so violently smee its previous session nau divided it into three parts. One portion had wandered off to Buffalo, and struggled l...

Publication Title: Mountain Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The mountain sentinel. — 22 July 1852

MOBHTAIK SEITIIEL. Andrew J. Khey, Editor. EBENSBURG, PA. Thursday, July 3'2, 1852. DEMOCRATIC TICKET. For President, riMMiLIX l'IGRCE, of New Hampshire. For Vice-President WILLIAM II. lilXG, of Alabama. For Canal Commissioner, WILLIAM SEAHIGUT, of Fayette Co. Count)' dominations. For Assembly, IHOMAS COLLINS, of Washington. For Sheriff, ATJGUSTIN DUBBIN, of "Washington. Commissioner, JACOB B. STTJLL. of Bichland. Auditor, JOHN A. K'CONNELL, cf Clearfield. Coroner, CAMPBELL SHEBIDAN, of Johnstown. The first number of a tew Democratic paper, the Mountain Democrat, published in this village, reached us last week. It is edited and pul -lished by R. White and II. C. Dcvine, Esqrs., and judging from the number before us will be well conducted. We wish them full success in their undertaking. "Ripping up the PlanUs." The editor of the Johnstown Cambrian ha3 turned his attention, in his paper of the Oth Ju ly, to ripping up the planks of the Tlatform of the Baltimore Democratic Convention, ...

Publication Title: Mountain Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The mountain sentinel. — 22 July 1852

mmn SEHTIHEL. Andrew J. Kfcey, Editor. EBENSBUKG, PA. Thursday, July 33, 1852. DEMOCRATIC TICKET. For President, riMXKLIX riCKCE, of New Hampshire. For Vice-President WILLIAM R. lilA'G, of Alabama. For Canal Commissioner, TI'lLLIAM SEAIMCIIT, of Fayette Co. Count)' IVoiMinatloiis. For Assembly, IHOMAS COLLINS, of Washington. For Sheriff, AUGUSTIN DTJRBIN, of Washington. Commissioner, JACOB E. STTJLL. of Richland. Auditor, JOHN A. K'CONNELL, of Clearfield. Coroner, CAMPBELL SHEBIDAN, of Johnstown. The first number of a new Democratic paper, the Mountain Democrat, published in this village, reached us last week. It is edited and put -lished by R. "White and II. C. Devine, Esqrs., and judging from the number before us will be well conducted. "We wish them full success in their undertaking. Rlpplngnpthc Planks." The editor of the Johnstown Cambrian ha3 turned his attention, in his paper of the 9th Ju ly, to ripping up the planks of the Tlatform of the Baltimore Democratic Convention, an...

Publication Title: Mountain Sentinel, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The mountain sentinel. — 22 July 1852

FK03I OUR EXCHANGES. jgvKate Hajs. has bet?, quite successful in her concerts Tit Chicago anil Milwsnkie."' At the 1(ltter place, a company t"l:ttle girls, daughters f jrih citizens. I resented her on address piin- t.-,l cn satin, vilconung her to the city vhich Miss Ibj''s briefly rcf-pomled, thankii g ker young country women lY.r the tr.-timonial of their welcome. Qnlv tv0 -'it,,,s of the London daily papers are Englishmen, namelv Delaine, editor of the Times, and Hunt, the editor of the Daily News. The editors of the Standard, Morning Herald. nnJ Globe, are Irishmen ; and of the Morning l'ust, Scotchmen sJTbe Milwaukie Xews says that a Whig mass meeting held in that city on the Cd inst., refused to adopt the resolutions of the Whig Na tional Convention, tut laid them on the table l,v a large majority, and adjourned without pas sing any resolutions. jjejIIon. Daniel Webster is recommended in the I5oston Mail as the Whig candidate for Gov. cf Massachusetts. jvn A citizen in Montgom...

Publication Title: Mountain Sentinel, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The mountain sentinel. — 22 July 1852

gott's Kominaiion iniunssm;""''"" The nomination of Gen. Scott has been recei ved by the WMgs of Massachusetts with the eoldness of an iceberg, as -will be seen by the following despatch giving a synopsis of the o pinions of the "Whig press of Boston. The Boston Journal endorses the nomination of Gen. Scott with a heavy heart. The Atlas warmly sustains Scott, but say the people of Massachusetts will have Webster or nothing. They pcrfer defeat under his banner to success under one who docs not command their confidence and respect. The Advertiser is struck with hardly less sur prise than regret, and fears the decision fore bodes disastrous consequences to the welfare of the whig party and the country. The Courier says the nomination fell upon the inhabitants of the city like a funeral pall; what it said weeks ago it has no reason to un ay now. Its opinion cannot be whisked about at a moment's warning by the caprice of a few individuals, when the blood has been kept at fe ver heat for ...

Publication Title: Mountain Sentinel, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The mountain sentinel. — 29 July 1852

A A . . . - - - ... "WE GO WHERE DEMOCBATIC PSINCIPLES POINT THE WAY WHEN THEY CEASE TO LEAD, WE CEASE TO FOLLOW." VOLUME VIII. EBENSBUG, THURSDAY JULY 29, 1852. NUMBER U. "mm zll If TKR3I S. The il.VO VXTAIX SEXTIXEL" is publish 1 every" Thursday morning, at One Dollar and V Cents per annum, if paid in advance or within three months ; after three months Tuo Vid'.ars will be charged. Xo subscription will be taken for a shorter reriod than six months ; and no paper will be continued until all arrearages are paid. A failure to notify a discontinunuc at the expira tion of the term subscribed for, will be consid ered as a new engagement. &, 1 JJ VEIITISEMEXTS will be inserted at thefollowing rates: oO cents per square lor the first insertion; 75 cents for two insertions; 1 for three insertions ; and 25 cents per square lor every subsequent insertion. A liberal reduc tion made to those who advertise by the year. 11 advertisements handed in must have the rroper number of insertions ma...

Publication Title: Mountain Sentinel, The
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Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The mountain sentinel. — 29 July 1852

MflUHTAim SEHTIHEL, Andrew J. Ehey, Editor. EBENSBURG, PA. Thnndr, Jnlr 29 163. DEMOCRATIC TICKET. For President, FR4XHLIX PIERCE, of New Hampshire. For Vice-President WILLIAM R. KIXG, of Alabama. For Canal Commissioner, WILLIAM SEARIGHT, of Fayette Co. County dominations. For Assembly, THOMAS COLLINS, of Washington. For Sheriff, ATJGUSTIN DTJEBIN, of Washington. Commissioner, JACOB S. STULL. of Eichland. Auditor, JOHN A. M'CONNELL, of Clearfield. Coroner, -CAMPBELL SHERIDAN, of Johnstown. On to-morrow week, August 6th, the Empire Circus if Johnston & Co., will be in Ebensburg. ana on me louowing uay hi me onmmiu i - t i a t ; a, Tt t I company stated to be, by the editors of the; Pittsburg papers, the best they have ever seen : . 1 . cnV V n; n n u n v a .ntivt. iu. luaitiij. own "B luCvn3c, t, v patearich treat on, that day and a crowded, house. The "Piercer" is the name of a emvnin ra - per published in Philadelphia by the prcprie-1 tors of the Evening ArgusT It is ably condu...

Publication Title: Mountain Sentinel, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The mountain sentinel. — 29 July 1852

POLITICAL SQUIBS. pr. Bell, of Somerville, Mass., a delegate to the whig national convention, declared at a Scott meeting ia Faneuil Hall, that Fraxklijj Pierce possessed "as gnerovs, honorable, and frart ahrart, Tht the Almighty tvtr implanted in fie bosom of "'" A"' tu's declaration was received with ' three cheers for Tierce." , t for the Di.-tiict in which General Tajlcr jej and recently ine leaumg weiuucr vi ma rty in the Legislature of Louisiana, L .,rmnrt General Scott, and has a declines n fiiinnort G announced bis determination to go for Pierce and King ! jrtHear the Boston Bee. The editor says : The Bee is a whig paper its editors are, ev- were, and ever will be whigs, but not abolition We don't hoist the flag of any party which roits upon the whig platform ;" we go for no man who writes such a STrpiD letter as that ubich we this morning publish from Gen. Scott. The Bee will never "cave in" to tuck a nomina tion while it remains under the control of its present editors." p...

Publication Title: Mountain Sentinel, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The mountain sentinel. — 29 July 1852

fill'. 1 ceyf Editor. SBURG, PA. ly Olseq 0k' New Yok, July 20. lle arrangements for the funeral solemnities inthiscitv, to day, in honor of the late Hon. Henry Cla'y, have been made on the mostexten Bive scale. During all of yesterday afternoon and evening, and up to twelve o'clock, to-day, the occupants of the houses along the route of the procession, have been engaged in decorating the buildings with emblems of mourning, and at noon, to-day, Broadway presented one of the grandest sights ever witnessed. The Irving House, American Hotel, Astor House, City Hall, Lovejoy's, French's Hotel and Stewart's Marble Palace, are objects of great attraction. The latter building is surrounded by thousands of spectators. The decorations consists of rosetts and folds of black and white crape suspended from every window of the im mense structure, while immediately over the main entrance a scaffolding has been erected, upon which is placed a marble shaft at least twenty-feet in height, surrounded ...

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