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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 24 August 1854

: .. .7.v::c--; 4 ' ' - A PUBLISHED BY JAMES HARPER. Volume XIX. . ALL I P PL G "Truth and Justice." I S y. O II I O , AUGUS 24 1854 , AT ONE DOLLAR Iff ADVANCS Number 39. BUNKER HILL. 'Tis nine and seventy years ago Since oar forefathers struck the blow At tyranny's strong -power; No pallid cheeks, ao quivering form - Stood there to meet the deadly storm, , In that eventful hour! But men who lored their native land, And to protect her raised the hand, And struck for equal rights: The rights which we enjoy to-day They never shall be torn away; -" We stand on Freedom's heights. Remember, ye who come to spoil, Te stand on dearly blood -bought soil, Our fathers to us gave; We hear their dying voices still, Borne on the breeze from vale to hill, . Their warnings from the gravel Then back, vile traitors from afar, Ye snail not tarnish Freedom's star, While B ckkib Hill remains; Enjoy your rights, as do we ours, But trample not on Freedom's flow' ; '.. ers, For Liberty here reigns! ' Here...

Publication Title: Gallipolis Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 24 August 1854

FOREIGN NEWS. NEW YORK, Aug. 15. There tru a great Anti-Slarery Con ference at Manchester, England, on we 1st in&t Resolutions for the immediate and total emancipation of slaves and the flare trade, and deprecating the acquisi' tiott of Cuba by the United States, nring emancipation there as the best means for frustrating the same, Ac"., , were passed. Geo. Thompson, a promi ' nent speaker in the House of Commons, was there. f On Tuesday. Lord Dudley Stuart 'moved resolutions deckling that Russia had violated the treaty engaging not to obstruct the navigation of the Dan ube, and that the payment by England of Che old Basso-Dutch debt, under that treaty, be suspended. After debate, rejected. ' . - A telegraphic dispatch from Vienna, states that the Russians were totally defeated at Slabodgie on the 23d of July by the Turks, and lost 2000 men J and o'JU taken prisoners, ibe Austrian eorrespandent, however, contradicts this. ;. Thirty thousand Ottomans crossed the Danube at Oltenitz...

Publication Title: Gallipolis Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 24 August 1854

THE JOURNAL. EDITED AND PUBLISHED BY EDITED AND PUBLISHED BY JAMES HARPER. fl 00 in advance; ft 00 at the end of the year. GALLIPOLIS. GALLIPOLIS. THURSDAY,---AUGUST 24, 1854 INDEPENDENT NOMINATIONS. "For Judge of the Supreme Court. ; JOSEPH R. SWAN, -. . of Franklin. ' For Board of Public Works. JACOJB BLICKENSDERFER, Jn.. - of Tuscarawas.' : XyWe again desire to call attention i ' . ' ? AlAAttnna Aft tils tUt- in th nominating elections on ond of September. As this manner .Uii.rt ni1Mta tiu been acrreed w 6 o the fairest, best, and most satis-', vpvm - . ,CaZ;A Ii factory, it is greatly to be desired that . L: .u.t .nl those whose interest it is that good and t v u v. -tA competent men only should be elected to office, will interest themselves in this primary election, and thus will the nominations that may then be made not onlr hare the force of numbers, but the ' , , . , moral rorce oi ngm ua jusucc, wrca shaH force the conviction . that n ha, V. . f.,-1. linn. .nd fif t h. hjD ...

Publication Title: Gallipolis Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 24 August 1854

Gsurrowir Aoaw j-lfe IatesLdevel- opments seem to convey the impression that we shall not hear the last of this business for some time to come. The acts, of the British eomrniwders, in tak ing possesion and declaring martial law, .will call for prompt attention and action en the part of the President. .:: Meanwhile the New York papers, without eicepTIonTconfinue ioenUcise this whole business inlterms. of reai but deserved, severity.- After-discussing the various phases-of the case, the New York Tribune concludes an able article with 'the following remarks. Tbey are worthy of attention, at the present time:- Thus it "would seem that all the ad' vantages of this great American victo ry will be gamed by a power which had nothing to dor with it, and would have prevented it- had anybody supposed be forehand that such an -enterprise could be seriously attempted.- That power is England, which, with' two vessels of war, has now put the place under mar tial law, reasserting the sovereignty o...

Publication Title: Gallipolis Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 31 August 1854

PUBLISHED BY JAMES HARPER. - ; r ' . ;(Truth and Juitlce." ; u v ''. AT OXE EOLLAR IN ADVANCE1 Volume XIX. Ty "T: G A L LI POL IS, OHIO, AUGU ST 31,1854: Ni.rabfr; 40 [From the Cincinnati Sun.] THE SONG OF THE DRUNKARD'S WIFE. BY BASSANIO. Crouched o'er ft battered store, With little wood to burn, -The Drunkard' wife, with s sorrowful . .v . r heart, V . - ' -.' Awaits his weir return. . "Weep! Sigh! Groan! For death is better than life; And the cold of the grave a happier home Than that of the Drunkard's wife. The children, huddled in rags, In a heap in the corner lie; At she turns and looks, she clasps her brow, And tears fill her bloodshot eye. She groans in her agony ; As she thinks of her early life, And mournful she sighs, with a bitter : cry, . The song of the Drunkard's wife. Tears! Tears! Tears! When I think of times by gone - Tears! Tears! Tears! As I sit in my home forlorn; He drinks through the livelong day, - T?uf 11,-ri a lirkmA JpnnV at n! rrVi f And the trembling chi...

Publication Title: Gallipolis Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 31 August 1854

ARRIVAL OF THE ASIA. NEW YORK, August 24. The steamer Asia has arrived, Uveroool dates to 12th. Western Canal flour sold at 32a; a Ohio 33s. Yellow and white corn sold at X4a- Monev market. 91. The demand for breadstuff has been fair, and holders hare been nrm, wan mJrst sales to the trade. Flour and Tlian corn are unchanged. Wheat has advanced 44 and while wheat, 6d to nearly Is. Denniston quotes wheat at 10s to lis for white, and 9s to 9s 9d for red. Flour, western canal, 32s to 32s 6d to 34s, Indian corn 32s to 35. Badenach reports European and eastern pork firm. Western dull jriih a declining tendency. Bacon declined Is. Lard. Sales for the week, 600 kegs at 64s 4d to 65s 6d New brief but rery unimportant Gortschakoff, Russian Envoy at Vienna, announces formally that Moldavia as well as Wallachia will be immediately evacuated. Consequently the advance of Austnans is countermanded, but Austria has subsequently signed ad en gagement with France and England, to insist on guarantees...

Publication Title: Gallipolis Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 31 August 1854

THE JOURNAL. kstriD lira htmishxh bt 4 SI 00 in advance; 9t 00 at the end of the year. " ' THURSDAY, -1 ATJGtTST 31, 1854 INDEPENDENT NOMINATIONS. ' For Judge of the Supreme Court. -. JOSEPH R. SWAN, of Franklin. 1'ot Board of Public Works. JACOB B LI CKENSD ERFER, J., of Tuscarawas. JtREMEMBER thi PRIMARY ELECTIONS come off on Satpbdat KXXT.undlet every Whig voter be at (he polls. JE-Our rowdies are "some pump kins" in breaking glass as well as get ting drunk, for on Thursday night last the dwellings of J. W. Brown, Wm. If. Carrell and C. R. Sterneman, were vis ited in succession, and the windows smashed with clubs, which created no little alarm with the inmates. A coop er who was sitting upon a fence watch ing the movements of the rowdies or Chapman's peaches, it is difficult to tell which, was knocked on "t'other side of Jordan" with a Eoop-pole, which made him see stars. There is no telling what next will "turn up" in our beautiful town, unless it be that the regulators turn out...

Publication Title: Gallipolis Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 31 August 1854

rj 1 Bpixbdid BwrmiXna Brilliaut URCi5i.-"The solid, ratable and leading ciaiena of New ior. -we regret to observe, have recently direc ted their attention to the various de ..wminti rif "swindling. These opera tions have been wholesale, and none of the refined and accomplished scamps nave dirtied their gloved bands with less than a hundred thousand dollars. F ree society seem to be giving way, from garret to cellar, and incendiaries, larce ners and swindlers, having been swept, with philanthrophic brooms, from Five Points and Cow Bay, have taken up tfieir abodes in the gilded palaces of Fifth-avenue, and in the temples of the money changers in Wall-street. Vice has crept np from the extremities to the Wiv of New York society, and we ex- sect every day to hear of the pillars of . . . . r. i l .: i . aristocratic urace uiu euusuiuuiu xnn- ity Churches, being locked up in the Toombs. New York has recently bro ken out in a violent erysipelas of crime; and bulls andbears vie with each o...

Publication Title: Gallipolis Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 7 September 1854

f V PUBLISHED BY JAMES HARPER. "Truth and Ju.tice." AT ONE DOLLAR IN ADVANCE' XIX. G A L L I P O L I S , O il I O , S E P T E M B I) 11 7 . 1 H 5 4 IVumber 41. SHADOWS ON THE WALL. JVhen busy day had sunk to 6leep, And gloom had veiled the sky. And we a thoughtful vigil keep ' While silent hours fleet by; s The taper's glance then may we mark On -dim seen objects fall, Portraying fitfully and dark . . ' . s Their shadows on the walL . . : Thus to our soul in musings come i The phantoms of the past; Fair scenes of youth a distant home, ' ' Hopes, joys, too sweet to last; Real no more no longer bright, jObeying mem'ry's call They come, but show in mem'ry's light, As Bhadows on the wall. And they, the parted andjhe dead, ' .Unutterably dear; "Around them still Lore's light is shed. Shining on Sorrow's tear. Bat changed is every hue alas, - -How dim and silent all; Across the pensive mind they pass, .LiVe shadows on the wall. The radient sun of glowing days, ' The moonlight's tender bea...

Publication Title: Gallipolis Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 7 September 1854

[From the Louisville Times.] TlSRIBLI TOBBAnO ABD GbBAT D- itbuckok or Lju ast Pbo-irtt. On Sunday few minutes before 12 o'clock, . nne of the most tprnffir tsirnailnes ' passed over oar city, which has ever visited any portion of the Ohio valley. The morning opened with a bright sun, nd the thermometer at 8 o'clock, -stood at 90 degrees. - There were a few flickering clouds in the sky which led many to hope would result, before the day passed, in a shower which has been so long needed. Large congregations assembled at the various churches, and in most of them . fervent prayers were offered up to the throne of Grace, to be stow upon a suffering people, rain which "was so.long looked for and prayed for. But alas whilst these pious citizens were thus engaged, the clouds gathered, the thunder roared, and the vivid flashings of lightning' assured tbem that their prayers were being answered. little did the most of them dream that a de voted band of Christians,- who have been struggling f...

Publication Title: Gallipolis Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 7 September 1854

..THE JOURNAL. EDITED AXT PPBIJ8HSD IT . JAMBS HABFSB, lAt 81 00 in advance; 12 00 at the end of the year, "TBEBSDAY, SEPT. 7, 1854 INDEPENDENT NOMINATIONS. For Judge of the Supreme Court. " JOSEPH R. SWAN, ::-. of Franklin. : ' ' For Board of Public Works. ''JACOB BLICKENSDERFER, J, -of Tuscarawas. " ' i The Pbtmart Elxctiok. Up to the time of going to press we hare received W . 1 . .! .returns only from tnree townsnips, Ad- dison, Springfield and Gallipolis. . The only contest, however, is for Commis aioner, between Robert Carter and Jo aephus Cherington, there being no op ponents to the balance of the ticket, 'consequently we presume it is elected. Many of the townships held no election on account of there being no opposing candidates. For Commissioner in the townships heard from the vote stands Cherington 33, Carter 18. We have heard of the election of the following .delegates to the Congressional Conven tion, which meets in Portsmouth on Thursday next, the 14th inst.: Alex. Xog...

Publication Title: Gallipolis Journal
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Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 7 September 1854

i- Grasshopper, and . caterpillars iavTwmmitted wide-spread devasta- thisTason. In this region both tkHSaWr being the plague the fields as the latter are of the trees, i tk-?..1 mhr. m.T no doubt ttriWoil ti the extraordinary heat of the summer, as animal life always is most abundant amid tropical heat. such as we hare been suojeciea to, . t from some distant quarters me mosi doleful complaints reach us through the J newspapers of the destructive deeds of I grasshoppers- CoL-Thruston, of A llol.onv rnnntT. Md.. WnteS tO me iliivgi'w" j , , Cumberland Journal that these insects have eaten all his timothy, which, cover ed 100 acres, destroyed more than two thirds of hi- wheat, which covered 30 acres, two-thirds of his oats, and two entire fields of corn, besides all his po tatoes, pastures, and kitchen vegetables, and stripping the fruit trees of their leaves. He says that this grasshopper is not the annual one familiar to every body. It is not so long but thicker, and has not the sam...

Publication Title: Gallipolis Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 14 September 1854

- - - j A ' 4 A. jV.'' V 3J---. H. -'-.- ' ' - ' 5-" J PUBLISHED BY JAMES" HARPER. . . . "Truth and Jnitict." r AT ONE DOLLAR' IN ADVANCE YolghCXIX: G ALL! P O L I S , OHIO, SEPTEMBER 14, 1854. Number 43. HOW CUPID BECAME BLIND. While in the garden of the skies, Folly and Love, as children do, Played, ere the God had lost his eyes, A quarrel rose betwixt the two. Lore said the gods should do him right, " Bnt Folly vowed to do it then, And struck him o'er the orbs of sight, So hard he never saw again. His lovely mother's grief was deep, She called for vengeance on the deed A beauty does not vainly weep, Nor coldly does a mother plead. A shade came o'er the eternal bliss That fills the dwellers of the skies; Even iron-hearted Nemesis And Rhadamanthas wiped their eyes. "Behold," said she, "this lovely boy," While freshly streamed her graceful tears, "Is mortal,but shut out from joy And sunshine all his future years. The child can never take, you see, ";- A single step without a -staff;...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 14 September 1854

ARRIVAL OF THE AFRICA. NEW YORK, Sept. 7. The steamer Africa arrived at 7 o'clock this morning. Indiana arrived out on the 23d No further operations in the Baltic, and none in the Black Sea. On the 20th of August the army of occupation entered Wailacliia, and parts of Moldavia will be occupied. The Russians are still concentrated en the Prnth, and the Turks at Buc harest. No immediate battle is ex pected. The Crimea expedition Bad not sail ed. - The Turks met a terrible defeat at Kays; loss 2000 prisoners. So English news of importance. The British Government has completed contracts for hemp, at 65 to 67s. Very lam contracts ordered for beef and cork. France has reduced her import da ties on dyestuffs and potashes. Spain is subsided into quietness. m rn 1 r . . r 1 aiiiitgan reports saies oi cotton ior weea at 34,000. Flour, western canal, 31s.; . Ohio- 33s., corn, yellow, 36s., white, 36s. In the money market, consols are 94. It is said thai the troops at Bomar snnd are to be re-em...

Publication Title: Gallipolis Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 14 September 1854

THE JOURNAL. bmteb aet published bt JAMES HABf Bfii XyAt $1 00 in adrance; 92 00 at the end of the year. GALLIPOLIS. THTHtSDAY, - SEPT. 14. 1854 INDEPENDENT NOMINATIONS. For Judge of the Supreme Court. . , JOSEPH R. SWAN, of Franklin. For Board of Public Work. . JACOB BLICKENSDERFER, Je., of Tuscarawas. County Ticket. For Clerk Court Common Pleas, JOSEPH DROUILLARD. For Auditor, DAVID B. HEBARD. For Probate Judge, SAMUEL B. RATHBURN. For Recorder, SAMUEL JOLLEY. For Commissioner, JOSEPHUS cherington; Whio Coukty Ticeet. We place at the head of our columns this week the ticket as nominated at the primary elec tions.. It is to be regretted that the YoU on that occasion was not larger. We suppose the only cause of so small a rote is to be found in the fact that there was no opposition, or not sufficient to create any feeling. So we adopt this ticket more from the implied general consent of the people of the county rather than from the manifestation at the polls at the primary elections...

Publication Title: Gallipolis Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 14 September 1854

A MISTAKE IN THE DARK. A mistake, at the recital of which many may laugh, but which was pro ' ductive of serious consequences to one of the parties involved in it, occurred a few nights ago at the residence of Mrs. A , in the upper part of the Erst district. Mrs. A has been a widow for the last fifteen years, end having been leu nothing but three children Dy her dear deceased husband, -W has been laboring during ihat period for their support and establishment in liie. Like most women who have to struggle unaided in this jostling world she soon found it necessary to put on the Drazeu armor and assume the boldness or For this she had to sustain theteproach of being masculine in manners and rude in speech; and the severity with which she has controlled her servants has served to strengthen this unfair impres sion of. her character.- Mrs. A owns a negro boy named Sam, who has the reputation of being a somnambulist, as he has been frequently seen by his mistress walking about her house a...

Publication Title: Gallipolis Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 21 September 1854

-Zl tv.'r. ..- 7 0 B2r fP W 'il' ilk PUBLISHED "BY JAMES HARPER. v . n ..v. sr : iij - : ' ; i." .. . . "Trutla and Juilice." . . ,.f.. - "" -- - v; AT ONE DOLLAR IX" ADVANCE Volume ;XlX:-vr:-'::; ;:.;;;;7:-;'rGiVL LI POLLS ,.: O HI O; SEPTEMBER 21 185 4-: ; - ; - Number 43 HENRY LAWSON; HENRY LAWSON; OR, THE LAST GAME. BY HORACE G. WOOD. CHAPTER FIRST. In one of those princely mansion! so numerous upon Regent street, in the metropolis of England, upon the eve ning of July 7th, 1852, sat a young lady of . uncommon personal beauty, evidently awaiting the arrival of some one 'who was unusually dilatory; for every now and then she would anxious ly look at the house-clock that was tick ing in the corner, and then turning her gaze into the street, would hurriedly exclaim, . --Why don't he come?', ' ' ' At length the clock struck eleven. ' ' 'He will be here soon,' said she, as .ii i i i . j j i .i me iasfc Tioraung soubu uieu sway, oe frtainly will not stay longer.' But the poor woman wr...

Publication Title: Gallipolis Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 21 September 1854

ARRIVAL OF THE ST. LOUIS. NEW YORK, September 12. Ths steamer arrived to-day. with Liverpool dates to the 30th lt. n.Ar,fr. m 1er. Wheat hss- declined 9 Dence. Flour declined la 6d .Corn hss advanced. The weath er if very fine for harvesting!, v.. Wheat is ouoted at 16(3288. fiu nl foreimi ZOSs lower. Flour Baa fell l2s on American. The Lon don money market ia easier. Trade at Manchester is stronger and price are well maintained. In France, wheat baa declined 10 1 Zs per quarter. The French troop had re-embarked -from Bomaraund, and were expeeted to descend on Finland, west of Helsing- fors. ' . - ' - ; The expedition against Crimea was to leave Varna on the 30th of August. Queen Christiana had quitted Mad rid, it is supposed for Lisbon. The cholera was rather less violent at Varna. -The damage by fire at that place ia estimated at half a million ster ling;. . ' Omer Pasha, with 25,000 men and 30 guns, entered Bucharest on the 2 2d. He met with an enthusiastic reception. A .Tha Swed...

Publication Title: Gallipolis Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 21 September 1854

THE JOURNAL. ? XDITIO A FCBLISHXD BT JAMS HABfEft, ' yAt $1 00 in advance; 2 00 at the end of the year. GAXLIPOL1S. Thursday; - SEPT. 81, 1854 INDEPENDENT NOMINATIONS. For Judge of the Supreme Court. JOSEPH R, SWAN, of Franklin. For Board bf Public Work. -JACOB BLICKENSDERFER, J-. of Tuscarawas. County Ticket. For Congress, " OSCAR F. MOORE, of Scioto. .- Fo Clerk Court Common Plea, - JOSEPH DROUILLARD. "" ' For Auditor, DAVID B. HEBARD. For Probate Judge, SAMUEL B. RATHBURN. -' For Recorder, SAMUEL JOLLEY. Fot Commissioner, .; JOSEPHUS CHERINGTON. 'Ora CAKDinan8. It will be seen by referring to the proceedings in an other eolumn, that the Congressional Convention, which assembled at Ports mouth on Thursday last, nominated OSCAR F. MOORE, Esq, of that place, for our next Congressman. Mr. M. is one of tbe most talented men of the legal profession in Southern Ohio, and comes highly endorsed as an influ ential and highly honorable gentleman, and upon whom the Whigs of this dis trict ca...

Publication Title: Gallipolis Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 21 September 1854

From B'isB.UKs.i-Th correspon dent Of the New York Herald writes as follow from Barbadoea: '. : f . Ia, my last I informed you of. the great earthquake wnicn destroyed tne city of San Salvador., I have now to " Inform you that this city has been visited with another scourge, ur Jhe shape of - an innumerable swarm of locusts, which has made. sad- bvoc,with' everything in the shape of vegetation; nearly .eve rything green has been entirelyjlevoirr-j plantain suckers, the two principal "-.; tides of food for the poorer classes, "have been ' entirely - destroyed in the States of Guatemala, Honduras and San Salvador, and some portions of the . . adjoining States. - ,. "-- -v Htmo. .Francis Dick, the murderer of Elisabeth and James Young, near Dayton, O., last year, "was hung by the Sheriff of Montgomery county yester day." He confessed" bis guilt to.the full est extent.- He also confessed that he killed his father-in-law a year, or two ago. He was a Catholjc,-and died in . the belief of ...

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