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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Morning Post — 21 September 1842

D R. WILLIAM EV»NS'S SOOTHING SYRUP — This infallible remedy ^ lias preserved hundreds when thonfbtnast recovery, from convulsions. As soon as the Syrup is robbed on um jums, the child willrec<v. er. Thht preparation is so innneent, so efficacious, and so pleasant, that no child will refuse to let its sums be rob bed wlih It. When infantsare at ibe a;e of four months. Iho'lnere Is no appearance of teeth, one bolile oflhe 9ttaptboald he osedto open Uie pores. Parents should 1 ever be without the syrnp in lite nursery where there «>« young children, for if a child wakes in tonight with pain ULlh£«uuis^ib« Syrup launetUately tives ease, by opening thepore*, ami bMllag the piins; thereby ereraatloe Coova jiow, Pevert^fe. For Bale WboieMIe sad Retail by / K. B.^GLLEKB, Agent, , *ep 10 No. 36. Wood ttreet, Mow 8econ«

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Morning Post — 22 September 1842

PUBLISHED BV J PHILLIPS & W. H. SMITH, bRJTE * OF "00D * "Ml* STS. ^ E_PIVE DOLLARS a jresr. pay.We in E* ,»«¦ T*O CESTS-tor aie at the EU. «djT _ Se« Boy* , tcnrr and Manufacturer ] KvEEKLV. at ib« same office,oo a double L-i al TWO DOLLARS a year, iu ad. i pe copies. SIX CENTS j crim of Advertising, j J AE£ OF T WELVE LINES OH LESS: j n 0.50 ' <*ne nionlh, £.. .110 | , ,» ' , ( .1.75 I Twoumrrtj, K.flO | ons. ' -CO I Three months, " -00 I _ 1..SU Four nton'hs, R.OIl j -i 3.(HI ^ll moult)*, 10.00 j I 4 (XI Oueiear. 15-00 j E\1I.Y ADVERTISEMENTS.- ¦" (H..>6H!I.««T nilSCRt. j :™,,, I ' Txo Squares. ' $i<SOfl : -'i n>onllji, $ 21.00 ¦' V2j.(l0 One > f.ir. 35.00 ' s jdvrlwniM.lsiri ptcrorl-on. ' ¦ f.,ur i:r.cs :-';\ DoLLiZ*a year. | I ' m c~~ cTf fTc e s. &c. -Orn<« Tliird lw.o-i.-en Market and Wood J. Riddle. fostmasler. I arsi. Ualer.4.!i anor from Wood Ft. I tier [?_%taj<.r Join- Wiilork. ' .i.llwrior. kscRY. Wood ki...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Morning Post — 22 September 1842

Peculiarilies of Poets. What is a poet? That is ihe question, ob, benevolent reader, to which ihe answer varies every len years! A few de* cades ago, in the day of Hayley, a poet was a very precise, rather old-maidish sort of a gentleman, who carried manuscript epics about with him ic his pocket when he was invited to lea, and read lo the admiring spinsters, who had been asked to meet him, twelve cantos of his poems, and refreshed himself with a cop between each. Wooder in those days were divi> ded between the powers of his body ami mind; and although the aforesaid spinsters afieuted to be astonished at his intellect, tbe chief object of their admiration was, in leality, his unequalled capacity of drinkingjslops. When Hayley was Apollo, Hel* idoti wos a teapot. r Shortly after that time, a poet was a young gentleman of highly philanthropic pr inciples, who was so deeply touched with love for bis species in general, that he disdained the mean-souted wretches who cared ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Morning Post — 22 September 1842

GREAT 9ALEOF PENNSYLVANIA LANDS. *c. BV AUCTION.—Will be sold by rul.lic Auction, withoul reserve, for cash, to close 1 he concern, at the Hall of! he Harluorouzh Chapel, in Boston, on Tuesday, the fourtv dav of October next, commencing at nine of the clock in tbe forenoon. All the property of Hie United Slates Land Company con=Min«of abont 140.000 Acres of food and well watered Farmine and Grazing and very valuable Timber Land, lying in Jefferson. McKeau and Clearfield comities, in ihe Siale of Pennsvlvania—on parts of which there is abundance of Coai. Lime and Iron Ore, and manv M ill seat*; And of Ctafms against sundry perrons for land sold lyin? in said conn ties, that are con--i d>red cood. And of Stock and Tools on h Farm in Ihe township of Bradford, in the couny of lIcKeao,-in said Siale of Pennsvlvania Tlte land will he fold in lots lo suit purcliai^ers, con. taininj from about 120 io 5000 acre*. Further particulars will be made known at Ihe sale.or on inquiry of ih...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Morning Post — 22 September 1842

H HIfiBY-*" . 121. Ctr*er ef Wood mi Front Streets, Pi'r*£urn-A, has on hand a complete a*- sortnrenlof Quffii-w are sniled to Hie city or coonlry Hade. Also, a choice selection of pore while and gold band DINING AND TEA WARE, in large or small sets, or separate pieces ]o suil purchasers. A cask of 46. 60. or B4 ptect sets, superbly painted ar.d "ill En<;li-li China IVaware, al very low prices. Toy TmtJi'- plain, and rich painled and gill, from 1.00 I" 55.00 r-f-r s*i Children's Mu^< of ever v riesciiplion . While China Shavine Miiep. Cranile Dinin' aid Tea rJervices, in white nnd will) splendid American scenery printed in blue and black. A larre variety of Sicamlioat Dining aj>d Breakfast S*ls, imporled 10 malrh. fomnlele. Fire Proof sione tuking plates and dishes, from the flt-rSv^hire Pnlienfs Fiint snd Gre«n Olas*. In all iheir varielies. Wi'.dow Glas-. of ev ry size. Pa"-,-.! P.ucket-. TuSs and Kee ' ers. S'O!,*- Pipe lUans. <Sc. be. &-c. A...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Morning Post — 22 September 1842

CANNON. SHOT AND SHELLS. -Bctur or Oedi »afc« and Htdrosbipht, 3rf September, Ig42. Sealed Proposals wiltbe rer-eiredat IhisRaresiu aniil 3 o'clock, P. M.oflSe ISih October neit, for furnishing and delivering, in the proportion', and at Ihe prices herein drsignaied, the following number and deseripilon for Cannon. Shot and Shells.for ihe Naval Service of lb» United Slates, vix: Thirty eight inch Paixhan guns, of about 63 cwt. each. Severity thirty-two r»ounder;uns of 41 cwl. and upwards, the precise we-'sht of each to be de. termined hereafter. Five hundred eijhl inch shells: Three hundred eight inch solid shoi nnd Seven thousand Ihirtv two ponndrr snol. Deliverable as foWtnee: lfleiehl in. Pslxban gnns " ] Deliverable a; 200 eicht in. shells | Far I. en 's Har 100 eight in. potirl pbol y bor, N- Y., on 20 thirty two pounder gnn« | or before ihe 2.500 ihiny two pounder shot I 15th May r.eit 10 eigh ' in. Paiihan guns "* Detivera ' -le al ISO eight in. shells ! Buffalo N. Y.. 100 e...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Morning Post — 22 September 1842

PITTSBURGH IIANUFACTORY.—Springs and Axles for Carriages at Eastern Prices. Tbe sobscriberg Dntnufacture and keeps constantly. 00 band Coach. C aad Ellptic Springs (warranted,) Janiaia Iron A lies . Silver and Brass plated Dash Frames, Brass and plated Hub Bands, Stomp Joints, Patent Leather, Silver ard Brass Lamps. Three fold Steps, Malleable Iron,Door Handles and Hinges. *c .ic. JONES * OOI.EMAN. seu 10 Pi.Ctair ?t.. near '1 e Allegheny KtiAte riX> LET.—A well finished and comforlabl- tnrosto-X ry boose, Iojel her wilb back boildin-g, stable, carriaielhouse, IfCZ possession given immertialely. This p-opertv issitaatedbelow the Penitentiary, near Ihe residence of Mr. Wm. Bagaley. and U a very desirable residence. For terms Inquire of J. K. Moorhead, or tbe subscriber. G. W. BABNES Union Factory. sep 10—2w NOTICE TO CB EDITORS.—Take Notice that I have applied to the Judges of ihe Court of Cora, mon Pleas of Ye.nango county, for ih« benenl nf the laws made forth? relief of I...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Morning Post — 22 September 1842

THELITEfcUltT POWr KXCELSIOaU : •r s. w. ummuo*. ' : Tbe shades of ni;ht wen failing fast,: A« through «n Alpine vUlaps pused A yuttih, who bore, 'raid aoo* and ieo, A banner with tbe strvojte deriee, : Excelsior! . Hi» brow vu sad; bis ere beneath, : Flashed like a falchion from iU abaalk^ \ui like * stiver claxion rang The accenu of that unknown loojna, - EiceUior! Io happy homea he uw the light : Of housebold &re« gleam warm and bri gfet. Above, the spectrai gUctera ahone . And from his tips escaped a groan, Excelsior! "Try not the p*ss!" the eld man raid; "Dark lowers the tempest overhead Tbe roaring torrent's deep aod wide!" And loud that etarion voice leplied Excelsior ! "O stay." the maiden said,u and reat Thy weary head apon this breast 1" A tear stood in his sod bine eye, But still he answered with a sigh, Excelsior ! "Beware ihe pioe-treo's withered branch ] Beware the awful avalanche!" This was tbe peasant's last {rood night-* A voice replied far up the heig...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Morning Post — 22 September 1842

^g . PiTTSBUEGH CLEVELAND A_Z_ Si. L.INE. M ^ RCfr ' iim*^ _fi'r R A M P * CKET MICHIGAN, igj-j^ *¦< **Vm »'. B. BOIES, Master. RU NS dailv (Sunda«s eicepted.) between PITTS. BURGH 4- BEAVfcB. leavins Beaver al 8 A. M. anJ Puisl.ursh at 2 P. M. provHtd with Evans's Safe ty Guard tc prevent Eipleston of BciUrs. Tins splendid and fast runninj Si earn Boat has josl «e» eoiople: ed expressly for tbia trade, and runs la onneciion with CL-9RKE % Co' * Pittsburgh and Cleveland Line of FBEIQBTAXD PASSAGE BOATS, daily lo Cleveland. Ohio. Or down Hie Ohio canal 10 Wan-ilon. £e. and Erie Extension Line 10 G reenville. Ti e Canal Boats of lins L\nc -are towed to and (rotn Piitsiiurrh direct, and <lie l>a-*ine?s conducted t.n lue oio-l |.rt>iniil and economical Fysteni. Having a connection wllhlhe Pennsylvania Canal Lines to Philadelphia and B4H imorc, and Stesinlwals running ^own lite Ohio river; :< !so, ihrou^b oar Aeenu at Cleveland, with CM. Reid's ?i. ei...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Morning Post — 22 September 1842

PROSPECTUS *«¦ rmhtiitinf < u> Ihaty Pspti in Ut CUj of PHU »•''*. *».»« tMtiil^i Ue DAILY MOENING POST. fJ^H E Subscribers tavi»jr made arrangements 10 merre 1 the Ameiican Manulaclnrer apd Ptttsharth Mercury ink) one Journal, have concluded 10 publish a daily paper with lbs title of the Dailf Jlming Past. The leading object of Ine-Porr" will be tbedisseBiination and defence of toe political principles that have heretofore betD ronintaiBed by tbe JJdilor?, in tbelr respective papers, and their best efforts will still be devoted to the advancement and success of tbose doctrines. Altbaagb, in politics. Ihe paper ¦ will be thoroo-hly democratic yet tbe Bailors hope, try giving an honest, candid history of passing Political events. Foreign and Domestic InteJltjence, and brief? notices of all matters and occurrences that come properly wilbin tbesohere of a Public Journal, to make their paper sufficiently inerestio;; to entitle h to the natrouaje of tbe poolic, ir respeci...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Morning Post — 22 September 1842

18 42. * .<MWWP* . PiUttvrgk sad Sealer PMctst *|j3feg^^^^g|^fa^ rTT.Mil ^- '1- A nm mm •^BSEzSSppv SjiX'L. UEJUPUILL, Maittr, HAS cc;nnienSa tier re^alax trips, asd will roo daily (Sundays excelled.) Leaves Beaver al8 (C clock A. M., leaves Pitisbargh at 3 o'clock P. M. eoonects at Beaver with tbe Pennsylvania and Oliio Line of Freight aod Packet OanaJ boats between Beaver,and Cleveland Ohio, and Greenville, Pennsylvania. Leaves Beaver daily al 6 o'clock P. M. This line connects with two daily lines on ibe Pennsylvania, canal to P*iladelp.'iia . and with tne.NVw York and Ohio line on the Erie canal, and New York and Ohio line and Ohio canal, also with sie.:m fre'ihi and passage boats, brigs and schooners, on the Lake*. The proprietors of this well known line will be prepared 00 the opening of navigation to transport mercrian'lixe to any of the tntermedi ateporlson the Pennsylvania and Ohio, and Ohio canals; to any port on Lake Erie, and tbe Upper Lakes;to and from New York...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Morning Post — 22 September 1842

OLP ESTABLISHED EMIGRANT OFFICE, NO. 61 SOUTH STREET, NEW YORK. JW» Tortaitd Liverpool Cemvttrcitl Line of Paclett. Sailing Wctkly.— The Subscriber woold respectfully isiform sach persons re^idini in this country as are desirpns for sendin: for their friends 10 come out from ttie old coanlry. that lie coulinuej: as usual to make en?a«enieffils by whieh passenpprs are bronsht 001 on very moderate lertus, in First Cla=s Ships, sailiuj from Liverpool weekly, and would assure persons desirous of coming by ihe above Line, that as agents of first respectability are engaged at Liverpool, tht-re will be no detention whatever at that point. He is also prepared at all times so fnrni=h Sight Drafts for anyamounl to assist in pieparins passenrtis for the voyaee.payable throu-hoat Ibe United Kingdom.3rd in case ibe parties agreed for should decline coming out, ihe passage money shall be refunded without redoction. For further particulars apply it by letter to JOHN HERDMAN. No. 61. Sooth s...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Morning Post — 22 September 1842

Ti% €OpDE« CtUhmtU FtmoU Pills. TneJe A^_ ' _ llajjn!*roii{lj recommended to the notice of ¦ •SS-BP*' *" "mk an* eficieBi resaedy ia removing I^MWiMpiainto pec uliar to lbeir sex. f«bm waul of exerci»eii*r general debility oftbe system. Thev obvtate eosSnpess, aad ccnnieraet all Bysierical aod Nervons awStMbaa: Tnese Pill* Bave gained the sanction and appro&atioa of Uie most eminent Phj-sicians la tie United Slates, and many Mothers- For sale ^bolesaje aad Retail-by R. e. SELLERS, Aeem. «P 10 No. 30. Wood Street, bejow Second. TM7H> ADAIRBoot tni Site Mater, Liitrtv St ^ • » of posits the head of SmithjUId st., Piurinrgi. Tt« subscriber having boosbt on I the stock of tbe late Thomas Raflerty, deceased, has commenced business in the old stand of Mr. E., and is prepared to execute all descriptions of work is big line, fa tbe best Banner and on tbe shortest notice. Be keeps constantly on band a larre assortment ofsboe findings of all descriptions aod of t be best qual...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Morning Post — 22 September 1842

EVANS'S CAMOM1L.E PILL LS.—ABBA HAH J. CLEMER, r»idin? at 66 Molt slreel. New York, was afflicted with Dyspepsia in its most aggravated form. The symptoms were violent bead ache, great debllil ... fever, costiveness , coojh, heartburn, pain in the ehest and stomach always after eating, impaired appetite, aeration of sinking at tbeBomaeh, furred longne, nausea, with freqoenl vomiiiaga, Mcxiaos towards Digbt nod TesHeness. These had continued np. ward of a IwelTemontn, wben. on eonssttiag Dr.Wa. Emm. 100 Cbatbam areel, aod snlmiuiinj to hbi ever cneeessfal aadagreeaMe mode of 1 realme»I, the palienl was completely restored to health in tbe snort space of oocmonib,anilgratefol rortbeineaicalaalebenefit derfv. ed. cladlr came forward aad -volaaieened «mS above slate For sale,WnokB5aleaBd«e«all by K.E. aBU,EKB,Ag«K, •ej.10 ¦ no.ia, Wood «ueeu below Second

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Morning Post — 22 September 1842

MAEBLE MASOFACTOHV.—PatrickCawfieM respeetfa Ily arqnalnu his frieods and t be publjc generally, (oat he has commenced Ibe Marble bosinesssl Ibe corner of Fifth aod Liberty sU.. where will be eon»«aoily on hand, tomb stones, mantel pieces, monuments,: head and foot stones, table slabs for cabinet ware, aod every articleappertainla; to the bnsinesj. He will warrant bis work tone well done, and his charges will be moderate He respect fully asfcs astare of balUk: patronage, pep TOJAMES A. VEAZEY, F*rm*rds*g.out Csmmitrif Jlertkau, Agent for Steamboat Cleveland and Fennsf Ivanu aad Ohio Lias. Havw* testodtte ivanhoBse formerly occuBled by Birmrs-stam * Oo^ tte.4Q vnrlerSMet, belweea Wood aod sZflMWd, ia «»>< 10 receive and forward «mo> M-aar ««t «¦ tMOkJow MimMaai rhw oa raMxaUetonac a»M

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Morning Post — 22 September 1842

DB I B- TIBBITTS, BespectfuJly inforin He eUi ' xeosofPiusbursnaod viciaity>«batlietas*eionied to the city. He hopes to aliare tli« confidence of on former natrons and the p«Wje geserallyi and «^»» renewal of a poriton of Iheir pMronaa.. I« "™*~" he woaldobserve,that IteoperaliMof LilDOtrRy. for brea*i»gthestooefatbe Madder aod ^«H»«P" of with the trrineO fa every where "«-""d'"sl *f ***: esttaienat.: He hopes «o«>xte»d ibebeneat ©rtMsbrjuwb •fSis nrofesoon M Uie afflicted. Strietures. D«aa. a of Ibe Btad4er"B*d Kidoers,—whkh occaf^aatty follow r—wai litowfae wwKre aUa/Ham. /r^r, ' • ' . Those from • diauixe wbhit Jtfgf****** ¦rBI ««rfv«*ra»o»"» «r Vftauw. orttJflned cialm ^JBStoS « btt dw«m«,. J«« It^liWrfftr ell^, o«Tlw<it«wW«ftny»«< **l IF'f: *«' •»>"

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Morning Post — 22 September 1842

— ¦: "! " a"rom >Be,lf. T,Sm), Extra. AttJ^TA^ OF mB& ' •'' »€f r,e,a| ( Western* FIFTOSN DATS I.ATSA. _ The Great W e stern; which sailed from Bistol on Ihe °d iru-tantj waa telegraphed about half past 6 o'clock last evening, and at 10 o'clock we received our files arid letter* from London and Liverpool to the day jof sailing, In the manufacturing district the question of wages seems to ba the only one agitated. At Aberdeen the Cha^tisls have met, aod agreed not to turn out for thfs Chartist meeting at Glasgow on the 26th alt. turned out to be a complete fail' mre. ' j: • '" . ' ¦ ' Still in Lancashire the men do not return to their work so generally as was anticipated. The accounts from Mjanuhesler of the 28tb distinctly state that the greater part of the factory operatives still remain 'out . 'i and declare that they will not resume their employment until their masters ai • vanes their wages. One account states that 'all the power loom weavers, and a great po...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Morning Post — 22 September 1842

I Tho Tariff. ' It is the settled pojicy of our government to provide forita wants by a Tariff of duties. It is incredible that the doctr ices of Free . Trade can. win extensive public favor,; unless some other mode of raising revenue can be devised. None other, as a substitute, has ever been hinted at, except a system of direct taxation. Were that plan suggested iu the public councils, tbe whole south would rise up against it. They could not nor would not agree to tax the immeose amount of slave property. But if the south were ready for this scheme, no statesman who values his position or reputation would urge it. It is manifest, then, that we must have a Tariff for reveinue,: —a Tariff as permanent as the public necessities are lasting. To what extent duties should reach, must be measured by our wants. Connected with this subject, is that of protection to. our home industry. And if our wants for revenue are lasting, aod require permanent means for lelieA and this relief is...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Morning Post — 22 September 1842

| rite Gazette and Mr. i.lgntaer ** fexua Par. In reply to onr remajrMabout &*• Li g ht-1 ner receiving-pay for ibo time he waa absent attending to bis ' p rivate anairs, the Gazette says:— ** "As to the chatge of receiving pay dui * ing his absence; in the first place we don 't, believe the Jurt; aod in the secon^place, should it prove true we shall not justify it.' We do not rightly understand ibis; The editor first declares be "don't bej^fve tbe fact, " and then promises not to justify it if it proves true,—if it is a jtifit , of course it i9 true. But to satisfy him as to \hefact, we refei him to Mr. Geo. Dabsie, who we are informed—notwithstanding his abhorrence of extra pay—wa9 the authorised agent ol Mr. Lightner for drawing from the impoverished Treasury of the State, between one and two hundred dollars of the people's money, for which no service was rendered. We will wait patiently for a few-days until the Gazette has lime to make the necessary inquiry of Mr. Da...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Morning Post — 22 September 1842

¦ HKANDKErHPlilS T ET tiiv^lid^ ri-ail c i»«- tolowin. itJ9 JLJ cured of.i rotnplin'ia i nf iftaB days I.y Ihe n*.- o! Brandretli Tilh. liaB there are hpr 'is in nature ivInclibmH rause of ilisnnse. and Brandfrih'i Pi!;<:-fl Read nnd I'e convinced. Takellirni4<H EXTRJ3ORVWJR yCVRP. OFtoM DIARRHCE.A, AMD AFFECTWXtftB John fanv. of Pmnnrnke. W.isliin:iqiH Iicim« dn ! y sworn, says. lh:tt lie wagtiitH nlmut six months stnre. ThR piiinh a lack, left side nnd instep b--ins «i lad tfl li^e lo help hiniFeir.and was lak'ti Inilifl pilal in thp city of Hostmi. Ttiit illoH hospital fiiv weeks . Doctor OlttsiteM what was the mntiei wiih ta.W/lfl nothirufor him. norronld teimntttll Tlml ho, therefore, was cnnv'vVVns4 * pllalio the Pallor 's retreat on ?»«'( was there physick ed wiu, nilgnrU'lJt oil of Tour »innll)f>, KuflVrinx nil the ' «<H rending niUprv.- Tliat, krsldc* tiln » he ivas troubled much wiih a tlis^^semt times h- would spit n qnart ofplilp5ti3 this af...

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