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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Philadelphia Press — 11 August 1857

BY CHARLF.S V. lUOKEB * * * * On'tho-W *'ApVii, 18O7J Mr. Robert Keneitf, an r eri6rpr»!igg*nt1eniim ' then owning ' 4ni}' o<icawlni^iii'o5ls'"SoT(el, > ol)^ taiiuid frouith'e ^g ttlitaniW WtthsylTatrfa'jtn'wt vesting in ' him tMe tight of iihi'#4t{(r 'piiweif WtHo| Fails of Schdylklll, on - tho : condition of'bulldina looks for tbe . acoommodatipn of the boata ' then ply» ing on " the rivor; ' 'Theie boW WlWteng ' and ' nan row/shsrjj at boih " ends,an4 ; (i»rri<M ! froii*cry W ona .h ' undred Barrels of flour ;'UiSy 4 ilwi»'geri«iWlj Wanned with tfva nien,- and : *»rS"'iniy 'brf Uf freshets or,high water; most of them coming from Reading' , they wens culled BoBdlngo? long;boats; ThoyreqiireifavV men, .Boffo* bihSjfpg ' Oiiti down—for theyd ' rifled' doflta%$aiy^itb4h86ntj rent—but to take, th ' em baok, irnlob w^sdori» by thi use of poles; shod Wth' irtij, inll'^as very h ' irfd;work; of courao they bould take no c rttttrh bai^jpes. ¦ * ? * , * '' The ad...

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Id= 30 : [Newspaper Article] — Philadelphia Press — 11 August 1857

FVrDni th*SatfcBal Intelligeoar, Aag. {st.l i; pRivATEimiac. In my hut number I promised an effort to show that war against commerce is the least oppressive , most humane, and most effectual iu bringing about peace, of any other means to be employ .*! by pmribme-Pvvrers, It is a fact, not to he lost sight $f,in. discussing the propriety of privateering, that, from the descent of the Spanish' Armada and tbe days of Van Troinp, tae sovereignty of the seaj has been claimed " , and it may. be.said successfully, too, by some, trae great naval l"6wer. Unlike the relative strength of nations on. land, who are sometimes so nearly balauced by numbers snd wealth or geographical advanugea as to be able to Iibld eacn other in check for ages, no such counterpoise has long continued, on the oceah,as history well attests. From the breaking out of the war of the French?. Kavolution till the close of that war by the battle ot Waterloo,.the.maritime Powers of continental Europe were little more t...

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Id= 8 : [Newspaper Article] — Philadelphia Press — 11 August 1857

THE FUTURE OF KANSAS. .' /; ., , Thi) iisA that .Kimeaii would becomo a fret; State * is' oifoldcf : dati; tton: tlfa' ctepWga ojf . ' l^W^l^^lp^tVw-^'^rffW MMrteS repeatedly during ihedobate on tlio bill while lliiiiiW| was p|. a3^':,in;Opii|r<3ss . in ! i85^. ^t was asserted by o ' xirotne * Southern Rcprc ' uenfr-%^ir h aifi ' d T S6fl«tb'riiJ a6' a'.6n' tliis' 1 ground ed'tdfiii^rAiiljiilp ' tiorfui' cerfein' quarters. 1 We '$ffid&$i' &&t '(&MiiiXMtLi,apxJ of teo; N ' 6ififolJ^^j^^dli^ct^jatWj ' eplHoiir ' lii " !pf gi^'i p^aU^agiUiit the, blfl, " J{wci if/, 1%^^^'^ ;' : ^' -;J.:,v.;'U»-. ' . ';; • ' ¦ \ ¦ 'fyg Mb we-to-make tbese two Ttamtorles BlaTfllaoUing ddmm.HHiUos ? iVo one expects it.*, if p i)ne ' demittiii:lhat »Mery. should Si'established Ijter*:*' Tflrffffa^ettporfbr tto atot/e of the 'fenlJie'debfctertbafjJr/DfftibiAB'Baid:" ! ; '^' ' f^Wibi^^VjttafejKS'mifttftoV^rpM "wfia thiiis if'coiili' W pe' rmanehtiy a'sla' va- .^o...

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Id= 25 : [Newspaper Article] — Philadelphia Press — 11 August 1857

[From the Keif York Diiljr Times.) . • THE CUNNINGHAM AFFAIR. Vt. Uhl and the Hlppocratlc Oath-Testimonial to inr Babr—SabiirripUon tor the Cunningham Children—Thej are H»m*lei». A great deal has been said about the Hippocratio oath which, or the like of which, Is taken by every regularly graduated medjeal man in Europe and in this country at the tune he rwseivfcs his diploma. The oath whioh Hippocrates u said to have administered to his disciples, has come down to us in the Latin translation of Celsua; a, few fragments of the Greek original alone are preserved.' The oath taken by modern physicians U substantially the same, but yanes in some important respectsand of course in tho omission of the names of the heathen deities. Hippocratestie 'Tother of Medioine," flourished400 years,before Christ. The following is, the Ilippacratio oath: - "I swear, bj Apollo, by Esculaplnaor Hygeli, and the otbw goto and godaeaaes of medicine, to keep religiously tbe solemn promise ta which X btad ...

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Id= 15 : [Newspaper Article] — Philadelphia Press — 11 August 1857

L4.TER FKOM KEV WEST. Ship C'orack Destroyed 1)) Fire—Probable lion Of Bttranp Faclilc. Th9 annexed lotter, from tho Koy West correspondent <)f tho Now,Orleans Pirayutic, gives an account of the destruction of the ship Caraok, by fire, ' and tho probablo loss of tho barquo Pacific, witn other marine intelligence: ¦ Kiv West, July 25.—Tho Tttomaston ship Caraok, Captain.Btolphon, from Now Orleans, bound to Liverpool, .with a cargo of 2728 bjUos of cotton, was destroyed by fire on tlio 16th and 17th liwts., *me ftundrad tnlleB northwest of Tortugas. Oapt. 8, arrjvodat thia port, on tfio 22d, in the pilot boat Edna.Jvnos, having been taken from the barquo Ann Ellzabolh, Capt Norgravo, off this harbor, iwblolt.vessel hml fofloa \n> with bts boat, near Tortugas, tbo. 18th,. Tbo ciptaln gives us the followtng ' abcbunt of the loss of nis ship: ¦'On tho 10th inst.,whon 260 rnilos K. 8 E. of iTortUffos, with fine Traathor and light winds from 8. S. W. t about li M., » thunde...

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Id= 9 : [Newspaper Article] — Philadelphia Press — 11 August 1857

WHAT IS BEACTY? • ¦ '• _" A thing of bfeanty is a-Joy forever. " .• So wote tbe'pbet, and to this sentiment responds the universal heart of humanity.' There never lived and breathed a ,human being iu, wljoso breast was . not planted .the love of-the beautiful, in some form, and whose heart did not throb with more rapid stroke, and whose eye did not flash with a deeper flro, at the reajlza-Moq oi| his Ideal, theya is a ' harmony, i£ nature that neyer,ftils to >touch.a chord in the bosom of the savage as well 'as tlio civilized tean. At her grrit shrine all are ivorshfppefsj in her immense arcana aro scattered myriad idols, inviting the homage and-adoration of all the children of the race: . ¦ .>.-,..• ' This innate love of the baautiful is " confined to 1 no peculiar climo^ris manifested in no popjiliar creed^ia inherent in no distinct,rafie>f but is as universal and pervading as the " casing air. " •The' lone shepherd, as ho wtohes his flock' b# night, '...

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Id= 17 : [Newspaper Article] — Philadelphia Press — 11 August 1857

, Cliarapo«nc Mode and "Doctored. " From an .English book, just published in London, and IVom the pen oi'the'Rev. George MuSgrove . K.'A., entitled "•A. Pilgrimage into Dauphiny," wo cut the following peeps at the management ot the delicious wine ktiown as champagne. At the splendid establiahment of ;i Monsieur L'., ono of the chief champagne growers of Rheims,'our clerical pilgrim' had an opportunity of witnessing the mode of << doctoring" the wine for the market: i . " .He pointed out nine casks lying , in the court-yard, containing a ton of white sugar from tho Islcof Bourbon, every pound of which cost ninepeiicd. Hereupon I requested him to Bhow me some i>f the genuine liquor in the statothat is, inwhich it leaves the pre$ mix after the regular fermentation: procuss, and beforo the uweoteniegsyrupis added. He presently .selected a bottlo tram somo bins at land, opened it, and poured out a glassful. 'A m6ro unpalatable 1 drink, inthe' denomination of wine...

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Id= 10 : [Newspaper Article] — Philadelphia Press — 11 August 1857

'• Wellhwen, . ' ' j The Puritans aftd. Huguenots have received well-deserv^ $u.)ogiUuM far their fcTest mefi, and . gjea,tf ioifaenco on our national welfare. TWweUH'haw "hardly boen recognized is having any claims of the kind; but in an address by, ftq Itoy, ))r. Weston laying t^o corner storie" of.,a^s lsh Cburchi m ' Phihidql pbia,,.lately, j their " claim" has been asserted with, " an oyBr>vhebiing array of facts * I'bey haye.cerfainl y been very modest Jteretofore in fluj subject} J)iit,<<ffiftc>s,t» »w) merit go tp-,gether,f according V»,fta old alliteration. ¦Wale .3i««,<WjewfevWgerthan Masaaobusetiii. Thevc are a .bout seveuty-flyo thousand AVelHhmen in, (his country. Dr.. .West wys tbdir pateio,«8sn i»a50H»V.proTerbial. He gives the signer^. of (ho QooUtration of Independence, of'. Weisll birth or oxtraction, as follows: Massachusetts , , SMnael Adams, ¦ ¦• " John Adams , ¦ Rhodo Island , Stephen JiQi^ius, ' Connecticut/'- "'¦WlUit tm '...

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Id= 26 : [Newspaper Article] — Philadelphia Press — 11 August 1857

[From the Cincinnati Enquirer.] Metroes and AbolitionUu in onlo. There is a remarkable and very suggestive fact in regard to the negro emigration into this State. It is this: Of the twenty-five thousand free negroes in the State, the vast majority reside in the counties where there are very fow Abolitionists, and which have been chiefly settled by emigrants from tho Southern States. These negroes appear to have a great dread pf the abolition comities; they give them a wide berth. Thus, for exampleAshtabula. ,h»a « negro population of forty-thrtsoGcauga s,eyein, Trumhnll sixty-live. The other counties on the lake have a proportionate number of'negroes. Tbeso counties are settled almost exclusively b y New England emigrants. On the other hand, Ross county, a Virginia nettlemont, has one thousand and six negroes; Gallia has one thousand ono hundred and ninetyeightand Hamilton county has over' four thousand. • . In these counties tlie negro is regarded as inferior, socially and poli...

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Id= 5 : [Newspaper Article] — Philadelphia Press — 11 August 1857

a ;.) THE WEEKLY PRESS l$he]'OlM0.!iiqji .eiljre eHy Nf ' utpdpir in* ' • ' ¦¦- ' - ' •, .V P1W "¦ ' '¦' "' if '^/^^ '' P'^/ lBiuceiiwl/te' c . iotMI. 1 . ' , ' ' [ ' - ?»*»lMot 'i »«rtli(8flreVnan,bVt(if Tm Wmk-' J.r ,? »8BavmVettoSaa ^ ftap 'UteOltjof rutladilnhtai lmnBejiili«hidWeryi8«t«MV. ; ' " "'- : . ' , ' - 'tt»^fiBttt Aimftttil-W oSnduitM o^w National pilniilJilMJ'aa^lU ttihol4 ihs'Hg'hti of Oib Stiks.'' 1< Tin reelut fanaticism to eToiyihiia; mid will bo dero-; »d tacoi^<«T»t|T« i d,octrl^m, w the trm foundation of jjinblkpMs^tli ^ «i ' 4 . «oo\«l ' ,wj»r v ,Suci*Veekl/ jouw yM harfloag bsej' aeUnd iafij tTnii«4 States, and It ia t *jf*«frftW^iwrt ' Max-¦wSwatii**«*«» *»iM ¦ jaftKditii,:''•' ¦ ¦ ;¦ ' " "- •"¦ ' • ••"• ¦ -, - • ' ¦• •' i > yftrt'-W»««i.* ; P»yss'-wiil'j»intoted an excellent •WteKimri 'iaetei'noWtype;*!!! In quarto fohn, foi ibbUUlMt. - .-!jr?fn.,1^ -. ;,,.,i 1,;,,. 'f. .', ... | ; ! ;U rttt contain the traWofttrt d»y; Coitrafomlei...

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Id= 18 : [Newspaper Article] — Philadelphia Press — 11 August 1857

. A Clam-Bake. As many of our readers are not acquainted with tho moilas opcnindi of a clam-bake,'we give the following sketch from a correspondent of the Watorbury American ; A layer of stones is the first laid, about six feet square, then a lsyor of good wood, then another layer of stonos, and so on till the pile reaches some five feet in height; the wood is then ignited and left to burn up. The hot stones are then put Into a large pan of boiler iron, some six feet in diameter, and >. little sock-weed is throws in to give the bivalves,tho requisite flavor. Thon they put in the clums (both round and long,) oystcrt, lobsters, different kinds of fish, stuffed and seasoned, and wrapped In cloths—chickens and giuno served like fish,) greon com, potatoes, £c. A piece of canvass is spread ovor tho whole, and then it is covered with rock-weed sufficiently to keep in all the steam, and left for about forty minutes, when it is served to the guests. '' ' ' The Council Bluffs Nonpa...

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Id= 22 : [Newspaper Article] — Philadelphia Press — 11 August 1857

THE COURTS QfABTEB Sessions—Judjje>Allison.—The jury in the case of the Commonwealth v. Anna Melstcr and others, brought In this morning a verdict of " not guilty," and tho defendants pay tbe coats. Th»> for the present ends a very remarkable oaBo. Habeas Corma Case.—A bearing upon haUas corpitt was had in the caso of John Hart and William Rose, charged with having hadon the night of the 2d of July lust, a quantity of counterfeit money in their possession, with tho Intention of passing tho same. Tho testimony of officer Bartholomew disclosed tha factsthat he found Hart and Rose lata at ni ght in the street, making a groat noise and very drunk; that upon taking them Into custody, Hart drew something out of his pocket and jerked back' hU hand; that the officer stepped baok and pioked up the parcel, which, upon examination at the station honse. was found to contain twentv-eieht throa dollar bills on a Massachusetts bank. Upon tho hearing, the Alderman held the def...

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Id= 16 : [Newspaper Article] — Philadelphia Press — 11 August 1857

Tebuanleptc. From tho New Orleaas Picayune, Auguflt 2. Among the passengers of the steamship Texas, for Vora Cruz, yesterday, were the Hon. J. P, Benjaminone of our Senators in Congress, the Hon. Pierre Soule, ex-Senator, and Etnile LaSere, ex-BepresenUtive from tbe lower district! There was also on board Col. Lee, who is bearer of Government despatches to Mr. Forsyth, the American Minister In Mexico. The despatches are understood to relate to the Tebuaatepeo Tight of way and transit route, in reference to which some new arrangements with the Mexican Government are thought to bo advisable, alnoe the late adjustment of domestic interesta by which the American company is represented, without dliput« from any quarter, by the directory Of . which Air. XitStre is President. ' . Mr. L»9oro it on his way to Mexico, to represent that company, and with htm-to co-opento with is Mr. Benjamin, who has hitherto represented the Hargoui-Oaray intirejt, now happily merged in thti- Wo are not appr...

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Id= 27 : [Newspaper Article] — Philadelphia Press — 11 August 1857

Arrest si Ctnuierfeitera. The arrest at Cameron, Pu., lait week of Joe Miller, the king of counterfeiters, has been followed by the arrest of two more of his gang at Houndnvllle and Whwling. One named Jones was arrested at BfoundsvIUehaving naMcd several $10 and $20 counterfeits,: .'At Wheeling, on Thursday, a man who gave nu nam« as George Johnsonwas arrested by Julius Ballenberg, a Main street clothier, and taken before Aid Sultyto undergo an «ia&uliailon for passing counterfeit money. He ^aa ¦torehed, *nd sixteen hundred and twenty dollars of counterfeit money was found on his ptrsaa, besides a brassknuokler. He alsohad ou hisper»on seventy-two dollars and fifty cents In good money tf enty dollars of whioh be afterwards gave/to Mr Segal in piaoe of the . bogus nots' Wajrf^j,^ The counterfeit notes were aa follows.; Fortv-uve dollars In 5'aon tho " Ohlppewty Bank " in Wit. conlin, ninety dollars in 10'» On tho "Northwestern Bank" In Wheeling, fowtwnhundred Md »«hty dolla...

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Id= 31 : [Newspaper Article] — Philadelphia Press — 11 August 1857

The Gloucester Flatteries Some six or eight sail have arrived from the Bay, I ithf «8.^ " r0 |i <>0uCW . ^* itei **»£<<&¦ A great fleet may be aipeeted home in a week or two from . th« British »a»en. Some veaseU wSl the fall of the ysir, when the winds are favorable, If "fT"!? 1 "*'•» ¦» the* waeiartving under full tail, «u, » great i^b.. of buruin? *°f' nt «™« Ui« Wbor of Gloucester, oneriS ?" oUl ">4 urul 6 «•><> «U« d»y. with full cargoa ^.^•^ J. 'f St.Lawrence ' From twenty-live to»Wrty *»11 hav» arrived in one day. W, see """" lo prevent the port of Gloucester from gradually centering the fisheries of MassachuMtu within it» limits. IU facilities ana convenience! are so much superior to any other port, that tha Business la being gradually giv ta up at many minor fishing place*. fromallportsintbeSuteorMusc, vesselj come to Qloacaster to nt and pack,.tbeir owners finding that they cannot carry on tha ba_-inea at thi...

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Id= 4 : [Newspaper Article] — Philadelphia Press — 11 August 1857

American Institutions, and if they, aw faithfully ff WW to the. pwplo of Kansas, tho political condition ot tna country will Won, bcoomo quiet and sat-™*7' Tho .Institutions of Kahsaa should be established by ,th4 votes of tha people of Kansas, uaawed and uninterrupted by foree or fraud. And foreign voters must'be excluded, come whence thay may ^ ana every-attempt to overawe or Interrupt the tree exorcise of the right of voting must ba promptly repelled and punMed. Frbeoou and sAyBvr »on the legai. votisb, Asp kxclvsion AND PDKI8BUENT FOB THK ILLBOAL ONK—THESE SHOULD BEQllEiT PBIKCICLKS Of yoOT adminiBtration." ¦ ..,,. ;- •. •. ¦ . ¦ Can language be more blear or explicit ?. EnuEDOM ASD B»JETlrVoB'rBB"liBaALYOTKB"—i. «., for tho "inhabitant,"',for the "permanent resident;" bttt "pUiHSBKEttT AND EXCLUSION POR TUB ill-BOAt, voTErt ",1-Uiat ls.td say, for tho." tomubrary" sojournof, tho "non-inhabitant," the, mero "visitor.; 1 , Ths bjstruotlons draw tho ' very '.distinction whioh th...

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Id= 29 : [Newspaper Article] — Philadelphia Press — 11 August 1857

uHonoK>« OamffiaatuSifar "TapE»fU" will piBM.btar in minltoetoUo^ti^lM S ' ,_. f j i v Ersij »maiiie»U.Jtl Jjoit be uwmjfc^el tr " »o name of th* writer. '' laofitjjrto iuore comctofffl o the trpographr, bat one tH, of a clieVt should t» written upon.. , ^ _. n We liall be jreatlv obliged to gentlemen ia ' Peamjl-V&nla and othu State* fur eoutriliatio&a giving the cor raatneViaf tho day to (heir {Articular tocaiitietj tbe reaoureea of Uie . surrounding country, the increase of population, and anj information tii*t Till be interest in to the nn*ral reader. •' J ' '

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Id= 32 : [Newspaper Article] — Philadelphia Press — 11 August 1857

A man named Janeway was frightened to deathat Indianapolis, on Monday lut, throazh fear that he would be run over by a train of ears ob the Terra Haute Bailroad. Hiirulti busy, and was about crossing tie railroad , wh«n t»» train aaras «& xssk&^j

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Philadelphia Press — 11 August 1857

rM^lniferiiiriirivtifiliifflirwi i MI/:, I^' A . *- * aU^A^'^i jl" :kSrt^jMM : '- 1! «atjw»it (ifr-jtBB jimMa^^* 0 **! WlfcUAKiSTBOM:^ ! • - ' > ' ;'. - '¦ -.•.. ->¦ "• • P* |*^eij$Wt.?lg>* , « . '!' ¦ i'-i ¦ | '.. 'ii-; : .:. -' JAMBS raO^Sflf." '' ••" ¦<• i - j-^. - -1R.U f- .Wgrt**j*^?r-j; t ;,^ T ^. "j'' j -" p-^'^ittJp&H^WKtANi^V^'V^ 1 ,. '• , . (J^ Among: tiw ' eSitorlaljt on.the ^lr«t p«ge , We c>kU itt«ntfoi#>? ' -tiurtu'on "The > Fiiure ^jf ¦K^-tf^iixasis ?Vw -"-• - • tr7-«r, : Hi0ssi'B articltfori th«Fgimiount i. ' " ij-fi* t#';i> ; ' v"'Vi^: " »/ ;t :n,. .¦'tt-ifii'iyui;: s .- ' ,y^IHE,E««fAHI!ViOFrTHE ; BACKS.' "« | ''¦ ''.; : ir&S8» lS8n« flfiijj|iabir^^(n'ai»6 ' tfid^ ! fioi f . ;•Ji&Mgu>t,ejsin truly, fe#^4 j^jjgpjj^a ,« f ttb -; resV division; amongour. felloWHjitizens—ttj is ¦ that the negro shall not Ijo.btevat&ifo • ppliticsj f- Sr-sSsUl%qi»aiyy with'ftiV wkWlc ' s'H...

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Id= 45 : [Newspaper Article] — Philadelphia Press — 11 August 1857

m RELAXION^phl .l 'HJC^^. . ;, Alth ^a^ h Mrtlcu^rt of the eTqnt have not id re^^p&' t r My-an oujtl^bP^he news |telegraprad -fijjfBt Trieeto /to ' iEngland in Jpce ofjpjie OtjttJaij diBiljiCwe have no bt-that # Britisff'ipi'ilpiaily (lefoated the Chinese floe ' t, and were docupyinfeontdn wljon the last advices left Hong KoJ)g.|!TheLondon Ttmes, with moro moderation ' tliaii it sometimes displays, recommends that, having shown their power, tho British should make no further hostile demonstration against China. If ^WS-itttea^oWSfttii^ago^tWfrlvOrd^tQiH' g private instructions ,-bpund; him not to enter into any treaty.with China, until after he had been persdhaUyTec ' eivod by the Emperor.' ' He jttiy or iak^'ttot ' obtain ' inp Udienc ' e, butitmay be safely prophecied that ,, under «ny circumstances, Cnina will not be let off lightly. After tlte last war, ' the ' complaint, in England was, that the British negotiators were ' content with such a miserable and unhealthy pla...

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