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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Carlisle Herald and Expositor — 6 February 1838

<\ -,; '; •FROM.THE'NKW yohk-jurbo^. ' . ' }-y:r : &jii^&i *8^twri. '/'¦'¦'. V, . -. '.;:;..'- .-i; f. ¦ .n:,r-,t :- -'jt^ J:.--.;-- ¦ -. .-^^v ,-. MUen ioy^ly^voqi'in longs ts.^arryif^;,,'.-And.snatch a victim f«»n the beaux, „ >v;Wbat .cha.rm Ihfe soft desigirwllfcarry?- , ,..: ¦;; (i .Wbttt;art wllf makethfeiTien iprp'pip'se^r ; -.. iTbp only art; her icrie^ne^jci coyer, vV*]^£v/ i.{ luT^^veberi^ livp.siire.^jjcceM,;.:^';^; i;,,-.,:-;(.T«gflii)i:«o: fi>fa,BiiptiYp,]io>1»r,;/, ¦;;.|,.,"'",""., ... .An^wrlnghi»hoaoin>Vi?r-TP:PtiBS;,S,' ' ¦ < - ¦ ¦ ¦ ¦ •' ' ¦' "'^^tv; ;"' ¦ :'.'. ¦'.•, ¦'.•..

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Carlisle Herald and Expositor — 6 February 1838

¦ ---: FIIOM THE KEYSTON^. Mine isfvaU; P.etmsyhMiriiit obtain Teachers for her Com-¦ ¦--¦¦¦' ~ --monSchools. For how many years the intelligent.pub-Tic~ sjiirlTe7iTnRfpalTTOrr& sylvatiia, felt ileeply'the'nec'essity of prn"viilirig^ttie . uieirrrs of cducaiion—fer—liie (great'-" mass - of-', the people. "• These few jioble-antl lib^ral'^pirits, ihstrib.uTc'd thro' (lie -c?nimu7iiiy""hFve~^aduiaT|y'h"u"r"effec^ -tttalliY-La-iva-k-ejied the public mind, nnd'iinbued-it with' the salvia feeling! Withiri the lust few yeai'ft a system of common schools, has been devised and improved, antLis^gi'-adualiy securing the ^confidence of the people. -.' Liberal¦'¦ npprnprinliuiis "iKfv^^becirrhTtle ^fo'rVlre'paytiie e'rs,-and fur the erection of school, houses.' ¦Tlrese'appi'n'pria'ti'p'ns are wisely based on the principle of calling (jnrih a c'orrespon"tl'ing'sum.'lromllie comniuliityJh:y-Afulu-"nT -tary-jisses.s'rneiit upnii its iiicin ^ bers. H.v these legisliitiveenactinents.th...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Carlisle Herald and Expositor — 6 February 1838

'-"..'' Tiveriiy-Fifili Congress. ¦ .' _. s - {Sucon.d Sbssio^..) T" '..? ., . "'. '"II rr- -, ; ,7 , . .CO^GRKSSlQNiPC^j ", .'".. ¦ —-.-¦-"¦'? " 7 ": 7"'7 77;" FtoitH lie-Nat in n n 1-l.n -t li11 i ge-n c e r.7 .77"" ¦7~'-'-i')i^lM'TC"_ 77' - ,--""-'.-¦• /« ../4k House of ] Represent a t ives on '.-', the Scminole^JfLar. : •.;.... j . " Wednesday, Jan. 24, 1S3.S. . ]- A1 ..t liB-.-npe n"ing- 6f-1he dcbate,- (the llo'useJiaving.again resolved itself into mil), comnijuee of the whole,TVh-. .Con= miFin- t'hrycjiair:) >Iiv THOMPSON rose,'and 'swr-lhgt 'he did noVhreaii to be uiiderstopd as' having said,] in hiVreniarks yesterday, that the whole North felt sympathy" wilh'the India.!>.3 ^ ojUy because, they • were our'enemies.' He (Vidrniit.belie y05-such-talbe7the-u']r1i:ver siil'fee.li.iig of the North. . He trusted and believed i( was not even the genrr-YiffertSinjphereTr-I^ he should, not hesitate, one moment to "cut loose, if neeil.be from the Confederacy; -T...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Carlisle Herald and Expositor — 6 February 1838

Governor Ritner *mtdjthe £Se> .'¦(.'¦'" y pair nilttiT - '/,., Some of ihenicmbers of our Legisla-' ture. have.veffected lo take ii in high dudgeon,: that •Crovef-nor" Ritner has'sent .i»7messagi',to the Ifiiise assigning his feasoh for mo S appioving-of the ''Kepair Dill." The. fact i^ that the favoritf. scheme.of-these consistent opposers of-the exercise - of the vip(p. power_ has-been /j'gai'n frustrated by7the firmness of tjie Governor.'- It ia not at," ull' surprising jhatforlhe purpose.of screening.lliem sejrcs, they should raise' the cry of EX' tciitivc eiicroach'me'nt, hoping .in ibis manner to'prevent the-public-from,-becoming acquainird¦ wwh ihft true characle.i: of the "repair *r/ill,'* and", unworthy moiives by-wliii-.hthey havc_been influ epced in the business ^ ,._.^; . , 7" ^ f'fhe peop'c of Pennsylvania will .not soon" forget that the L"gislature last winter with a^V an BurejO3-yj^rilyV0'JM?il7 /!/ seven, passed what they call't-d the impro've.rqcrit b...

Publication Title: Carlisle Herald And Expositor
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Carlisle Herald and Expositor — 6 February 1838

M R ;..JG'A LHOtJN>S,.,RESO LUTIONS.- 7The folio wing-vis ;af;cbpy;Q;f'th"ese.9r¥>r solutibns as.they passed the &tnate:V--.- V . I. Resolved, That'-in the adoption of the Federal Constitution, the/States adopting_the same, acted .sevxrally, as fre ^'l!LdjiPjyL dcjiiLaJld-?oyereign;^S and that each, forVi?self, byiis- owti 'voluntary assent,, entered the. Union with the view-to"its increased scc.ulily.against all dangers, domestic^ as-well iis -well as I'o.reignv and the"jli'pre perfect and secure enjoyment of its advantages, natural, political, and Social. . 1 , ' 11. Resolved, That in ' delegating, a -portion.of-lheir powers- to be eser.cised bythe-Fe.dij'tal Gbvei'iinient,- the states retained,.severally, the^ex^isiviLJLrfjl-^sal-e . right over their own domestic inslitutions and policy tolhe fuUextehltp which thos,>; ~ po we r]s we 1 e libf ."th"iis" d el e ga t ed, iff) d" a re alone" responsible for thcm:..and that any jnjj:i;meddling;oT any ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Carlisle Herald and Expositor — 6 February 1838

VPATTON'S RESOLUTION. , . The passage of this iniquitous resolution b'y the Hr of R.-of the United States, which is a virtual denial of the ] right of pe,tition to the sovereign people, and whiclMvas sdstained by all the . Van Buren jf.epresentTvcs'in congress' from Pennsylvania,.with but two solita- ] "' ry exceptions, has drawn forth ^ a burstaf . indignation and censure frbin the people of the puee - stales of all sects and political parties, The^n Bujccii pre»» "*" ses gonerally, seeing that" numbers, of -• . their own .-partisans highly -tfjsapprbye ' of this gaglaw, are -enAeavofing 1 to ""'•' smifjot.lv the niatter oyer as well as they ' ",-can,' in order to 'screen, those pliant men'ibers of ..congress,.'.who- betrayedV7 ^ ••"- tbeir-cbnstiluents in voting for this odi- ¦ bu$ resolulion,-merelyrtoTcb"nciIiate': the' "'"^. south, for parly purpo'sesT .=They are . obljgfldj-therefore, to have'-recourse-'to" palpable misrepresentations, and holit ' ) out tlie idea that ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Carlisle Herald and Expositor — 6 February 1838

If iu-sriay,Fcb»-«inry fe, H833. The People's Candidates— ¦—? 7 FOR'PHKSIDENT, ^ym» tfix-:iii4asiBtt.EiW'» foji v'tcE president;'¦'._ ®IB!lSr<dit8 OKBiiS'©®© Democratic tMntimasonic Can didate for Governor^

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Carlisle Herald and Expositor — 6 February 1838

^fl]ppointment!rby tho &oVeruor« -.- - John -Taggarti -Moses Sullivan, £. P. -Penny-packer, Canal •(^oimnihsjonei-s.. '¦ ~~~ - =.=~=--M^Sulltvanr—'EA'\. lias been Tie elected. ";'!P resident, and Win. C. AfcPherson, of Columbia, Secretary of iheBoard. . .- » .u Mr. Goad's Lectures. : Some of our readers have expressed themselves surprised at the appearance in our last paper of a • piuagFaph^Fespectinij this gentleman's iiilrbduc-• ¦ -tnry, whirlr wns-mlndi'ili.,! in misle-nd-diie-publiciii'ind. Iii answer, we would remark, that we did 'not hear said inlrnUuctury, anil therefore could' __. not/Say any thing.,pers6'iialJy.about it." Thevpma; ' .graph referred to was handed, to ns fur insertion, ¦iind we.were-disponed to, believe it correct from - the fact that wc had seen mimirous uirtU'ii ti-'sti-. ' nibniuls of ability .fi'niri high authority, & also many fluttering noticcsifrom various! printsJ These 'things would have deceived more knowing heads than ours. ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Carlisle Herald and Expositor — 6 February 1838

Congressional The land p"re-emption bill passed the Sonatc\ojn, Tuesday, bya-,vote of SO ,io 18. As tvelliiwe caij'underslar.d tliis measure, it appears to bea' popular seeking < scheme of the administration, :byx giviriir away, the publicilan'ds for aeong, to Hjuallers arid other gentlemen wbp haying little respect fur the distinction of nieuni and tuum, have already seized.upon the lands without ask-, ing for them..'. It would probably have been more properly designated, iljtJiadjjeeri calledipremir. «71 instead -of a pte-emplion -jaw, that is a law entitled "An act to confer premiums on squatters and otheia ^ n'bj&sha'I'be convicted ofStealingjtlie] public lands of the United plates." These public. laiidscorisUlute a valuable fund for elec.tioitgering with. The Globe, we observe, expresses', mlich; sympathy fol- this meritorious classof citiaens,, the squatters* and. pours forth its.fifth, without stint, upon Mr. Cloy, because-that gentleman dot's.n,otia'vor....

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Carlisle Herald and Expositor — 6 February 1838

The Torti. Patriot. - The Madisonian states that,CHARLES jVlNGARSOLL. the great mouth piece of the l.oco Focos and Anti-bankers, who " would have been ATORY'MNJTHETtEVpLUTIQN.fis a t)EF^ULTEU to tlie'Genefal dpvernmeht in' (he sumef §7.6,491. " . . This "Tory Patriot" is one of the most ardent advpcatea. ef the SUB-TREASURY SCHEME; which would place the purse pf the Nalipni and the whole SPECIE OF THE COUNTRY into the hands pf the'President.' Can it'hu.lhat he expects; to become one oftlieltECEIVERS GENERAL,, with a salary 6t:SIXr THOUSAND A YEAtt!.-\Vtiat thing ye> '..IVpu.ld. the. (undsTpjt* tlie Government be safe in the hands of such woriiiegi '...-.- ...l - '7,7-7" -'-.-"' • ;LettrreySuu-Tre'asury scheme be adopted and we shall hartf such defaulting "patriots :living in siilendoFori tile money of the people.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Carlisle Herald and Expositor — 6 February 1838

; JPetmsjji'banfa Ziegislature. Correspondence of the Herald & Expositor. - .'•- -EXTBACT OP-A-J,ETTEn,DATED ¦- H.iuuisuuno, "January 29, 1838. To-day, something was'done of course, but what was c!«me was not possessed of much in* tereit, at-least may not be-in the ey'e of your" readers. ./. . ' . - In yie~Sen!rtef]M[r. Strohm, from the committee appointed to visit the Gettysburg rail road, reported-against the 'continuance_ of that road, declaring that "it was fully to comitjence it, and its-cominuance Would be madness;" but if the Legislature were determined to continue the Jrjiad,lhat,the Waynesboro' route wouH be the best. ^ That _]]i£mmittee, __vyU_l7gT«at i-pl'upi ,ietj7-recommend that all damages sustained by the contractors by said discontinuance, be paid. " -Mr. Cassatt gave notice that in a few d'ljs he would presenta counter report, expressiv* of the views of the minprity.' "^ ._ ,..^ Mr. Fraley, of tlieicity, reported a bill incur--' poratiri g.the Philad...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Carlisle Herald and Expositor — 6 February 1838

County CpnTcntidii.. / " A meeting of the *Democratic Antinntsonic. Delegates, elected' by the citizens/of the different townships and boroughs in/the county of Cumberland,^ was held in/ the County Hall, in the Borough of Carlunerbn Monday the 29ih ult. ,' , o 'The 'meeting was organized by the calling of Mr. WILLIAM- GRAHAM, of .South Mid.dleton townsliip, tnthe: Chair, and appointing Geor,ge»M. Phillips, Secretary. After a mutual expression oj views the Convention proceeded, to . the'election of Delegatps.totli-e 5th of March" C()h"veritrgn—Upon taking the v.ite it appeared that Capt. George Rupley and James Kennedy, Esq , were elected as. Representati.ve Delegates and George M. Phillips--as Senatorial the other counties concurring.... The Convention then adopted the j following resolutions:... ^ ' . '7 __Kesolyed, That this Convention has Viewcd.with proud satisfaction the course purjued by our enlightened and patriotic Governor, Joseph Ritner, in alTTiis public acts, and...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Carlisle Herald and Expositor — 6 February 1838

HERALP AND EXPOSlTim 6Y GEORGE M. Plil"l.t.IPS. ^> ~ .--V^1—rn—:.'-,-.. ? ~—: ~ ~ . ...c"A5i.assaE. "'""??¦

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Carlisle Herald and Expositor — 6 February 1838

Prom the jYeiv York Star. f Mb, Clay and the CoAiiiTioto.VWe have seen that the Richmond Enquirer has lately, in not icing, Mr. Clay, and/for the pnrposetifhijiiring this distinguished sjLaitesman.fyafl recoiiise^^to the,vld an^ft-refute_d calumny of the Coalition. Vt^e will quote; for the edification of those who desire to see a graphic description of tliis inonster, as he was in January, 1830, the/following passage from, tlje celebrated speech of Mr, Webster, [in; reply to a/Senator who had alluded to the Coalitipfi.i- . . i" 'But, sir, the Coalition.?' The Cpalijion! ^Vy; 'the murde;rctl Coalition!' Thegcntle-•ha'n asks if I vy/re led or frightened into this debate by tire spectre" of Coalition— 'was it the. ghost idI murdered"-"CoalTtionV'ire" exclaims, 'yMiich haunted the*~loeraber from Miissachusetls; andrwhic.h, like ,tlte"gjtost of Banquo, would nevefdpwu>> . 'The murder-Kl-GpaKtioifr, r^irTprthis^tei1 ge7Dfia=C'>ali-rr tiojv in reference to thetat...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Carlisle Herald and Expositor — 6 February 1838

' - Office of the Mercantile JldvertiscrY Mobile, Jan. 22.- > "r" ... Mtinier and R'obbci'y.' . -We lear'n that the. driver of.-theJL'rS. mail was murdered, on Friday night last "Withnva nvije arid.a half of Stockton, and the mail bags ripped operfand their c"oti~ tents rifled. Tlie'bags were found;next 'morning in lhenij;lib6rhoo(l. The, stage Contained the New Orleans mails of Wednesday and Thursday and tho mail of Friday.-from this city. The driver fvnd-Uyo bajls shotlliroiigli his he'ad.-^—Suspicion rests'upon two men.who had been lurking about- Stockton fon lioine daysTpreviously!.' -'- ~'~~r : -; - l^_ »j^ ^ : -< ~ - . ic^Whilst.the' United States Bank "existed" tjie"- Govern ment "Experienced'' -but "little difficulty in rremTting funds to any and every part of tlie Union, riow, weiiave-daily accounts of tlie diffreulties experienced, arid if the charges^for these, ti ansntissions were.-publishert; it would be seen, that where the/Government formerly got...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Carlisle Herald and Expositor — 6 February 1838

Baltimore Jtlarketb. For the JVtck ending February 3. FLOtJU —We.hear pf no transactions of moment litis week, and aliliougn W change ^ has ta^ ken place in prices, hplilers-appear more firin.— Sales from" stores have been made nt.^)7,75a 8, liut very lejv are now..wiJJii!g..lo.selj. unjerjlie. latter"rate. \Ve quote the wagon price at S7.50. RVE, FLOUR.—We continue to quote the wagon price ot 1st at $1,50, and the store price at 4,75 • 5. '. * ¦¦ -. .-GRA1IC—Wheat-A cargo of 20.*bb(f bushels Wheat ^ wos 'received.this week by the ship Marmora frVm Rotterdam, which is to be put into store. We hear of no transactions. - CORN—A few loads ol yellow Corn, received by wagons, wore.so.ld during the week utC5 a C8 cents. . No whitif In market—Uj.would probably command .70 "cents. "' .. —OATS—Werquote-n"ominally-from-stores-at-40 cents. ¦ ' i ' .^ CLOVER SEED—\VThear of no- change In prices, and quote as'brfoie from wagons at,S5,-12 1-2 a 5,62 1,3, and from stores at 83,37 1?2 a. 5;62...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Carlisle Herald and Expositor — 6 February 1838

KCAIVB.IB2), \/ On the 18th ult. by Rev. Henry Aurand;' Mr. REUBEN TREXLER, to Miss- -> SAHOLL, both of East Pennsborou^li t-off„. blVi.p. -... , ;.. .;¦;.;¦ , .' ¦ ¦¦' .: , - ¦ '" ^^i- TI,ut'^ay 'ast» '& ¦'A.e 'stim'e; Mr. ^M3.<GE STUQiiM, of F^nnkfot-a towns'nip.,«to,Miss,ELIZA.LONGNEGK'ErRrof . <Wei.t Pinnsboroiigh township.' '',7 ¦:-:.¦ .' :¦ . ' On the same Uay,-by-the same.'Mr. WM.r W-H»Vi.toi Mist^MAH3(A^iiiEii^AD§, IjQih of this place,.' . .¦-¦'j..----.;. v-^/ -,;'" ;. ...ti.. ''""]• , -'".' ' , ¦ °- ..". '•"./ • '-.' •'

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Carlisle Herald and Expositor — 6 February 1838

- \' OBiTU^R^^/^- ; 7 * Departed this life on Friday morning last, Miss Ann.Aughinoaugh, in the 22d yeaf of her .ager .!¦'." " ¦ , In this afflictive dispensation, we are again summoned to the contemplation of the solemn truth that the tenure of our lives is awfullyinsecure. We are called to view the silent grave.where now reposes all that remains of one_wliowas once-as joyous, as happy, and] a's sure of distant earthly, pleasures, as any of her survivors—rone; who by her gentleness— her untiring Kindness—rher affability andjxhe^u^Ine3S_-of_^i9pMitionr^her winning and periuas've manners—and her guileless life, had .secured the unbounded esteem and friendship of-a large circle of acquaint ances. ..When such, qualities, "with their p.ossessiffr, are. consigned to the-untroubied, "dreamless sleep, of death,'' we'should be warned of-Mur owii prospects', and ask what; are our own hopes. The young, especially, who are now- in 'all the buoyancy of health arid hopef should notice the il...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Carlisle Herald and Expositor — 6 February 1838

Hantiver arid Carlisle Turnpike ' 7, jstoA^GOiffPAijrY.;. Exhibit of Tolls received, Repairs and expences in the. Hanover and Carlisle 'T,lirnpikr Road Company, from the i3th December, 183.6, to the 11th Dec. 1637-. ¦' ¦ ¦' .' :m. ' ¦ To amount Tolls re'e'ed at gate No. i, ? ®l Jacob Bear, gatekeeper ¦ -680 07-To amount Tolls xec'fed at Gate No. 2, John Heagy, gatekeeper 612 331 To amount Tolls ree'ed at Gate No. 3,. .. -. .patharine Jones, gatekeeper 502 27$ To amount Tolls ree'ed at Gate No. 4, ': . .VVilliam~Th6iripsunpgatekeeper-465-50^ To amount Tolls ree'ed M Gate,No. 5^. - . Andrew Uixon^gatekeep'er, . 573 65 I'o amount Tolls from Stockton and ' Stokes,-stage toll ; J 00 00 To rent recM for old gate house ' ¦• 25 00 ' -'-,,-' #2958,83* ':" Y.77-~ "• -7 ";-CR." '-: -¦ Dy CjisIi paid for Repairs on Koad ¦ $2213 80 - •' Managers of company, 54 00> "75 Gatekeepers Salaries " 500 00 . " Probates of Gatek'rs m'ly re'rns 7,50 :-:-" Hooks and stationary • 9 50 " , Printers...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Carlisle Herald and Expositor — 6 February 1838

...drito itecc^ By tjie"¦Oomjiisstoner^bf said County, from the 1st day of January* to M 31st fayT^j.cemberrAf:V; ••"-.'•].,-."¦'.]..'... '.'-". "'¦].• '?,'¦ ¦¦¦ • 7;„]..],7'l837,'incliisive. ¦ .,-,.:. .'. .- / ., '' \ '¦' o&'-ii^^ To balance of taxes outstanding at last annual set- 7 ^ .'.'| , By cajsli paid on Commissioners' orders, viz: ¦HJemcnt, !'«-.*-..,.,. '¦ - .7 S 5924.25 | R an j * Treasurer by county lat last.annual set? "County tax asVessed'for 1837, including common . - • 7?]¦ ,,ell„,nt 7 . '.'.. ;.->. f.1545 71 -'.'7 school appropriation-i.fSJO.flOO-. '5842- 56 G^rand-lravcrse jurors pay- ¦ "7- ' - - 22G ,l *V> _l_Receiv.ed»on loan from \V.'-Bcntz. •.,-.- ¦ .-•- •- » jW uu Auditors for settling accounts of 183fl' 43 00 • Balance due"by M. Holconib, E<-'q, sheiiff, on-lst ' ror Witnesses-fees in criminal prosecutions , ¦ ¦ .'¦- .. „ !I Januaiy,*183r„&c. paid over- .- .. ^ ™ Constables . do- do.. ^ . ',ms »?_ "•Balance due by J.Lohi...

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