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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Glasgow weekly times. — 27 January 1853

CLARK H. GREEN, EDITOR AND PROPRIETOR. mimm re mmm, esjbultubl urn mmmi mmnm J ONE DOLLAR PER ANNUM, ( INVARIABLY IN advance. VOL. 13. CITY OF GLASGOW, THURSDAY MORNING, JANUARY 27, 1853. NO. 48. fi TU.I.Y & MATTHEWS. L CABINET MAKERS. ' Water Street, Glasgow. Will make to order, in tlie neatest and most' fashionable style, ninl from the best materials all XVtllS Of tURNITl'HK. Particular attention paid to making Corliss. Also Patent Mctalie Coffins kept constantlv on band. (JT Shop second door above the Post Office. September 2, 18S2, CARD. 1J have associated themselves in the practice of i OCTOHS' V A UGH AN &. CAMI'ni'I.r,, iTieuicioe, cic. uince nexi door to ur. residence. August 7, 1H51. r. A. s AVAfiE, DEALEIt IN FOREIGN AND DOMESTIC DRY GOOD SOOTS AMD SHOES, Salt, Cups. Hunt and tyioSstsW, A"m.. fie, WATEB STBlKTi e.ltgftff : HO. CARLOS BOARDMAN, Attorney at Law, Linactis. tina County, Mo. T7"If.I continue the pr. Itice of the Law, In I counties. All busi T T Linn and...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Glasgow weekly times. — 27 January 1853

GLASGOW WEEKLY TIMES, THURSDAY MORNING, JANUARY 27, 1853. m 1833. HEW ARRANGEMENT. 1853. THE GLASGOW WEEKLY TIMES, A large, hamlso'ne. and well Ailed newspaper F O It O ST E D O 1. MR! From mid nftrr the 1st of January 18f'3, the Obugtm Weekly Tinm will l. published at ONE DOLLAR rr.n ax.vpm Iff ADVANCE, ah subscriptions, except llMM paid .beyond that time, will then be discontinued ami all others as soon as the time empires for which they pre pate. The TihstflStii Yoi.rsiE of the paper i, about expiring, and n desire to increase it Ctrcatatlon, ami confine his hinlnes to 0)4 Cash principle, in duce" the FUSllslSf to rsaaSS the price in scription to One Dollar. At this low pr'co u'.- and the nominal poita under the late postal regal, Hons, fh Times is one of the cheapest papers In ....... . , ... , the West. Its sttt Is ample Its typography e. ceiled by none-its amount of reading matter by but few. With these advantages, and now nearly interests of tbe community than anv other thirt...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Glasgow weekly times. — 27 January 1853

GLASGOW WEEKLY TIMES, THURSDAY MORNING, JANUARY 27, 185:3. Hi THE TIMES. New Subscribers. We send our pnper to a number of new subscribers this week. We ask of them '.o Uo their neighbors und friends the favor to show them this copy and call their atten tion to our terms. 3Tho citizens el" Brunswick held a meeting on the 15th and resolved to petition the Legislature to establish a Court of Com mon Pleas i:i that oily said Court to have concurrent jurisdiction with the Circuit Court and Justice of the Peace of said coun- 1y- Executive Vetoes. Governor Price has, it appears, vetoed two railroad bills those of the Lexington and Daviess county, and Platte country railroads. We arc not advised ol ine reasons assigned , by hll Lxcellcncy. Plank Road. In passing over a portion of the route of I the Plank Road between this place and Huntsville, wc observe the work has bee; commenced at several points, and a consid erable quantity of the plank has been de-l, .. j "i . m. , p , i, I The numbe...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Glasgow weekly times. — 27 January 1853

GLASGOW WEEKLY TIMES, THURSDAY MORNING, JANUARY 27, 1853- Written for the Hannibal Mnsmpr. THE WAV TO SAY IT. BY T. S. NASH . O, how happy ore they Who the Printer do pay And have squired up for one year or more. For one can never express. Tnc preat joy of the Press When delinquents pay up the old score, Printers, all day load, Labor for a song O, that filiUlitf hi fate could but see, They have worked, night and day, And of course want their pay, To buy sugar, and cotlee and tea. One could hardly believe, W.iat few dimrthey receive ; Fjr the paper addressed to each name, 'M Yet 'tis farther below Than some people know, Or they rdtrM pay up for fear or for shame. Chinesa Jugglers. A correspondent of the Lowell Vox Pop- NinV GOODS, f it HE subscriber Iirs on hand a large and ec JV gant a-oi Intent of Goods, the newest si -lo and moil benutiful patterns. In his stock will be r, when the cnt of transportation was found in great variety, comprising LA.MKS' lHIS COOIIS. Silk. Balanites, B...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Glasgow weekly times. — 3 February 1853

a Wt t kip CLARK II. GREEN, EDITOR AND PROPRIETOR. j r ( om: dollar per annum, f INVARIABLY i; ASTANCB. if CITY OF GLASGOW, THURSDAY MORNING, FEBRUARY 3, L853. VOL. 13. NO. 49. (Din 30 to TALLY & MATTHEWS, CABINET MAKERS. H'.ifer Strict, Cluseoit: Will mike to ordor, in the neatest and most fashionable stylo, and from the best materials all kind" ol 1 oaarrcni rail cuiar aucniiou para iw miming v m. Also PaUnt .Vcalic Coffin' kept constantly on ' tkand. g3?" Shop second door above the September 2, 1802. Post Olfice. X CARD. DOC'TON?,' VACQHAN ft. CAMPBELL, have associated themselves in the practice of Medicine, he., &.c. Ofiice next door to Dr. Vs. residence. August , 151. F. A. SAVAGE, DEALER IN FOREIGN AND DOMESTI DRY GOOD BOOTS AND SHOE; Bali, dps. Il.ud ami Qu "nn acn re, Niiui Wills SHl.tMtg.XW, HO. C RT.OtsjjjrloAr V . , Attorney at Law, IdaSRs, I.inn Ccnnty, Mo. YTTILL continue the practice of the Law, in V V Linn and the adjoining counties. All busi ness -ntrustcj to...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Glasgow weekly times. — 3 February 1853

GLASGOW WEEKLY TIMES, THURSDAY MORNING, FEBRUARY 3, 1853. 1853. NEW ARRANGEMENT. 1863. THE GLASGOW WEEKLY TIMES. A large, handsome, and we)! filled newspaper I' OK ONE DO L, I. AUt From and nfter the 1ft of January 1S53, the Glatzotv Weikty Timet will he published at ONE DOLLAR PER ANNUM IN ADVANCE. All a (inscriptions, except those paid .beyond that time, will then he discontinued and all others as soon as the time expires for which they are paid. The Thirteenth Volvme of the paper is about expiring, ami a desire to increase its circulation, and confine his business to the cash principle, in duce, the Publisher to reduce the price of sub scription to One Dollar. At this low price, and the nominal postage under the late postal regula tion', the Times is one of the cheapest papers in the West. Its size is ai.iple its typography ex eeiiod by none its amount of reading matter by thirteen year's experience, the editor feels that he (mi tTi(K thasa B.li-snrqrrao -in rl KAttf RMTlV can ca...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Glasgow weekly times. — 3 February 1853

GLASGOW WEEKLY TIMES, THURSDAY MORNING, FEBRUARY 3, 1853. THE TIMES. One Dollar. Wc have long been impressed with the conviction that payment in advance for newspaper subscriptions was best for sub scribers and publishers. In this way the paper can be afforded cheap, and the pub lisher has no delinquents to look after, his list is increased, and he has more time to devote to preparing a paper suitable to the taste and locality where it is published. So far wc arc abundantly satisfied with the system we have adopted. Wc believe wc will be well sustained by the people in this, and we mind hut little the croakingsofa few of the $2 concerns who predict we "will soon have amassed a sufficient sum to retire to the poor house." Wc know we pursue a toilsome business one that is slow in reward but we have confidence that the people will sustain us whenever we make n sacrifice that tends to their bene fit. We have put the paper at this lew price to enable every man to take his home Paper and ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Glasgow weekly times. — 3 February 1853

GLASGOW WEEKLY TIMES, THURSDAY MORNING, FEBRUARY 3, 1853- 'TRUST IS GOD AND PERSEVERE.'' Brother, is tile's morning cloiulett, His the llinlight ceased to thine; Is the enrflt :n darkness shrouded, WjuM'st tliou nt thy lot repine? Cheer up, brother, let thy vision Lok above, see! light is near. Sunn will come the nest transition, Trust in good and persevere!" Brother has life's hope rccid. J, Hast thou sought its joys in vain; Friends prove i'.ilso when mostly needed. Tots rejoicing at thy pain) Cheer up, brother, there's a blesiing Wailing fcr thee never It arj Foes forgiving, sins confessing, Trust in God and persevere!" Brother, all things round are Calling With united vosee, be strong!" Though the wrongs of earth be galling, They must lose their strength ere loner. Yea, my hrotl'.er, tho' life's troubles Drive VlM near to dark despair, Soon twill vanish like a buYole, Trust In God and perseveri!" He. from llii high throne in heaven Watehes every step you take, He will ate eaoh f...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Glasgow weekly times. — 10 February 1853

(51 a 5 0 to CLARK H. GREEN, EDITOR AND PROPRIETOR. m H PSOTiL, MEmiBiL AND BEBSEML MMUS!!!. $ ONE DOLLAR PER ANNUM, (( INVARIABLY IX ADVANCE. VOL. 13. CITY OF GLASGOW, THURSDAY MORNING, FEBRUARY 10, 185:. NO. 50. TALLY & MATTHEW CABINET MAKE IF(or Street, Glasgow. Will make to order, in the neatest and most fashionable style, and from the best materials all Kinds ot t mNiTrm:. Particular attention paid to making Coffins. Also Patent Metalic Coffins kept constantly on band. (K Shop second door above the Post Office. September 2, 1852. CAM). DOCTORS' VAUGHAV & CAMPBF. T.I., have associated themselves in the practice of Medicine, tc, &.c. Office next door to Dr. Vs. residence. August 7, 1851. F. A. S AVAC4E, DEALER IN FOREIGN AND DOMESTIC DRY GOOD BOOTS AND SHOES. Hats. Cip$f Hard and Quecnsware, Xaih, Sec., WATER STREET, GLASGOW, MO. CARLOS BOAUDMAN, Attorney at Law, Linneus, Linn County, Mo. WILT, continue the practice of the Law. in Linn and the adjoining counties. All ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Glasgow weekly times. — 10 February 1853

GLASGOW WEEKLY TIMES, THURSDAY MORNING, FEBRUARY 10, 1853. 1893. NSW ARRANGEMENT. 1853 TH K GLASGOW WKEKLY TIMES. A. large, handsome, and well tilled newspaper r O R ONE D O I. L A ft ! Belling out the Bank. A proposition ia pending before the Le gislature, and lias passed t lie Senate, offer ing for sale tlie Slate's interest in tlie bank of Missouri. Tlio charter hll only four years to run no extension is granted in the proposition and the price very modestly asked is par. in par funds, or State bonds, which arc ten per cent, above par. We may be mistaken, but cannot see i' I 1 11C I 1 i !' 1 i:, l I.l I j.U'l' - I V I From and after the 1st of January 1853. tlie Clatgow IVerklu Timr will be published at ONE DOLLAR PER ANNUM IN ADVANCE. All subscription.;, except thote paid.bevond that time, will then be discontinued and r.ll others as soon at the time expires Tor which they arc paid. The TiiinTrrNTi! Vou me of the paper is about ; for this slock, and do not believe it will expiri...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Glasgow weekly times. — 10 February 1853

GLASGOW WEEKLY TIMES, THURSDAY MORNING, FEBRUARY 10, 185:. THE TIMES. St. Valentines Dat. Next Monday ii Valentine's Day. The young folks un derstand what this means; and if they don't we advise them to call at Chamberlain's and see the documents. Short Years. In making up our new book, we have given some of our subscri bers very short years, by omitting to bring their names forward. They are reminding us, however, and we will make up at the other end of their year. The University. The Legislative Committee appointed to visit the University and examine into its condition, as also the charges against President Shannon, were at Columbia last week, in discharge of their duty. Their report will be looked for with interest. Col. Chambers, of the Republi can, accompanied the Committee. The Latest from Concord Move ments or the Politicians the Cabinet, itc. Concoid January 27. Among the ar rivals at the Eagle Hotel this forenoon, were ex-Governor Thomas, of Maryland, Hon. JonN Weller and M...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Glasgow weekly times. — 10 February 1853

GLASGOW WEEKLY TIMES, THURSDAY MORNING, FEBRUARY 10, 1853- From Ihe Washington Rcpnblic. "what's n a Kunt" Congress again is under sail Upon a three month"' cruise, With ship new rigged ami crew nil Halt, And choicest stores for use. From fmi to the present lime, No voyage was ever plaaned With crew and passenger more prime, Or Brings Ml neatly Manned. The spiukling Brooki have furnished I'M 'Die Hnnltr with his Hart; The flhMfl choice and savory dish, The fliit.'r will impart. And "merry as a rriage Bell" They'll pass tiio "live long day)' No Barfgtr Berrssos In his cell More free from cue than they. Aid thns rigged out they'll Ci ne away Dull care In every form. An 1 have a perfect llolladay, It: spite of Snow or storm. And though through pleasures they may Idi ic They lore the Churrhwell too; And they've a lhan already made, To teach them what to do. If Mischisf should he set on FoA, As sometimes is the ease, A rod's in pickle for the brute The Bay'y't in his place. If such repro...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Glasgow weekly times. — 17 February 1853

(Dl a i)o to CLARK H. GREEN, EDITOR AND pnopniETOR. $ ONE DOLLAR PER ANNUM, ( INVARIABLY IN' ADVANCE. VOL. 13. CITY OF GLASGOW, THURSDAY MORNING, FEBRUARY 17, L853 NO. 51. WIPPITHE TIMES. Will make ,o order, in the neatest and most asbionable style, anil from the best materials ail kinds Of ft KS1TURK. Particular attention paid to making Corliss Also I'aivit Hktalic Coffin kept constantly on Oil Qa Shop second door above the Po.-t Office. September 2. IMS. cakd. DOCTORS' VAfJGHAN k. CAMPBELL. have associated them-che-in the practice of JSffit'1- tf,Ce,'XtnM,71iwrS - I". A. s it ACME, DEALER 1ST FOREIGN AND DOMESTIC DHY OO0D BOOTS AOT SHOES, Halt, Gttpif Bird nvtf Qtnwartt tMUt 4'c, WATER STREET. OtAIBOW, HO. CARLOS BOARDMAN, Attorney at Law, Linnens, Linn County, Mo. WrIf.L continue the practice of the Law, in I.ii.n and the adjoining counlie.-. All bust oris entrusted to his care will receive prompt at taution. April J, 1851. LOGAN D. DAMERON, DEALER IN Fcrcign and Domestic Dry Goo...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Glasgow weekly times. — 17 February 1853

GLASGOW WEEKLY TIMES, THURSDAY MORNING, FEBRUARY 17, 1853. 1333. NEW AERANOEMENT. 1833 THK GLASGOW WEEKLY TIMES A large, handsome , ami well Allot newspaper for or noLitni From anil after the 1ft of January 1W3. th GiessON WMMf RlMS will he published at ONB DOLLAR PER ANNUM IN A I) v nci:. All subscriptions, except those paid, beyond that time, will then be discontinued and all oilier? aa soon tlio time expires for which they ore paid. The TmnTtEXTII VotffMI of the papir i about expiring, and I desire to increase it, circulation, and confine his business to th cah principle, in duces the Publisher to reduce the price of sub scription to One Dollar. At this low price, and the nominal postage under the late postal regula tions, the Times is one of the cheapest papers in the West. Its site is ample its typography ex celled by none its amount of reading matter by but few. With these aJ untaxes, and now nearly thirteen year's experience, the editor feels that he can call on his friends a...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Glasgow weekly times. — 17 February 1853

THE TIMES. The Glasgow Lyceum Will meet tit the usual place on Monday evening next : Question:" Is it probable that Mrs. Stowe's 'Uncle Tom's Cabin" will be productive of good." Affirmative Dr. Cockerill, Thos. Shackelford. Negative Dr. I, P. Vaughan, C. A. McNair. Tobacco and Hemp. Purchases of Tolir.cco have been pretty heavy during the, week, at prices ranging from $'3 to $5,50. The highest price given for stemming, that vc hove heard of, was $3,75. Hemp is in tolerable demand, pri ces ranging at from fj-80 to $85 per Ion. Wc hear of sales of few crops at $89. We observe the St. Latlll Market is entirely bare of Hemp, the hist sales being Quoted at $1 10. This, however, should not bo ta kea as a critcrian. The first iblptnenta will probably command high prices. Tho Tea Party. Recollect the Tea Party on lhc'22d, nttlte old Methodist Church. It promises to be a pleasant affair, and as it will most probably be the last of the season, will doubtless be well attended. Weather ! , Kivc...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Glasgow weekly times. — 17 February 1853

GLASGOW WEEKLY TIMES, THURSDAY MORNING, FEBRUARY 17, 1853. GttAVE OF BEN BOLT. By thesidtfof sweet Alice they have laid Hen Bui', Where often lie longi d to repose, Howei , For there he would kneel wilh the early spring And plant o'er his itarling the rose. His heart was as tiue II ti e star to his gaze, When tosstd on the villuws alone, But now it is cold and forever al rest, For lie calmly lies uiiUtrlhe stone. Mow oftci his eyes were seen brimming w ith tears To niaglfl witboiiw. in grief Hut joy would rekindle Ihe ligl.l of liis smile, When pouring the balm of relief A l.'st he hagonr to tin bright spirit land, And free fio:n all Sorrow and pn'n, lie tastes th' Lull rapture of angels above, For he meets with IWffCt Alice again. Ws'll ga'iirr the flowers ft om the green slmdy noi k tanl mos.- frorntkc silent old mill, Tuitrew o'er the graves where obscure; r ose The hearts lhat death only could elif: And oft when the cotil hus grown Weary and sail. We'U come by the twilight .done...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Glasgow weekly times. — 24 February 1853

xvat CLARK H. GREEN, ic?r ONE DOLLAR PER ANNUM, INVARIABLY IN ADVANCE. EDITOR AND PROPRIETOR VOL. 13. CITY OF GLASGOW, THURSDAY MORNING, FEBRUARY 24, 1853. NO. 59 F. A. MIM.C. HEALER IN FOREIGN AND DOMESTIC DRY GOOD BOOTS AND SHOES, Halt, Cups, Hard anil Qtieensware, Nails, ttc, WATER STHEl.T, GLASOOW, MO. t TALLY & MATTHEWS, tti CABINET MAKERS, ma T' Water Street, Glasgow. 'T Will make to order, in the neatest and mo't Will make to order, In the neatest and mont kl$Aitrmn thc beSt m,erM,1,aUlted " having taken place in the House of Particular attention paid to makini: Coffiss. Renrescntativcs. on Wednesday, the 9th ofl Also Patent Metalic Coffins kept constantly on A I. , V.i if...' ' .I-.l 1 nop, ST Shop second door above the Post Office. September 2, 18i2. CARD. DOCTORS' VAUGHAN k. CAMPBELL, have associated themselves in the practice of Medicine, Sc., fee. Office next door to Dr. Vs. residence. August 7, 1851. CARLOS BO.VRDMAN, Attorney at Law, Linneua, Linn County. Mo. WILL ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Glasgow weekly times. — 24 February 1853

GLASGOW WEEKLY TIMES, THURSDAY MORNING, FEBRUARY 24, 1853. 1863. NEW ARRANGEMENT. 1353 THE GLASGOW WEEKLY TIMES, A large, handsome, and well filled newspaper FOIt OWE HOI, L. tit! From and after the 1st of January 1853. the Clurroic Weekly Timet will he published at ONE DOLLAR PER AN'SUM iN ADVANCE. M subscriptions, except those paid .beyond th.it time, will then be discontinued and all others as soon ai the time expires for which they are paid. TheTntiiTirMTH Volume of the paper is about expiring, and a desire to increase its circulation, and confine his business to the cash principle, in duces the Publisher to reduce the price of sub scription to One Dollar. At this low price, and the nominal postage under the late postal regula tions, the Times is one of the cheapest papers in the West. Its size is ample its typography ex eelled hy none its amount of reading matter by but few. With these ndvantngejatniid now nearly thirteen year's experience, thejRhtor feels that he can call on h...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Glasgow weekly times. — 24 February 1853

GLASGOW WEEKLY TIMES, THURSDAY MORNING, FEBRUARY 24, 1853. THE TIMES. Navigation Resumed. The Robt. Campbell, the first boat of the leoson, passed up last Thursday evening. She was the last boat at this port, last sea ion. She hus been much improved, both in appearance nnd capacity, and is one of the best boats in the river. Her clerk politely furnished us with St. Louis and Jefferson papers. j-Tlie Tea PaMT, on Tuesday Eve ning was a pleasant affair, attended by a delighted crowd. Olhcr engagements pre vented our attending, but we take pleasure in returning the thanks of our household for a liberal sh.no of the good cheer kind ly sent us by the managers. 25" We are in the receipt of Goiey and Graham for March, but have not had lei lure to examine them, farther than the em bellishments. They arc cheap works, at two i o i.i.aks. whichjis the price when taken in connedtion with the Times. oi. 1.0U13 intsingeueer. This excellent paper has changed Pro prietors, Giw. K. BOOD, Esq. having...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Glasgow weekly times. — 24 February 1853

GLASGOW WEEKLY TIMES, THURSDAY MORNING, FEBRUARY 24, 1853. Dearest, I Talnk or Thee. KDtt'A1 KD TO H. Dearest, I think ot the When Dim's lamp is bnrning ; When alllhe stars are gleaming, Thou art a star to inc. When morning's dewy showers Hang on the balmy flower, Then, Love, thy form I see Waking, I think of thee. Dearesr I think of thee When evening's bird is thrilling ; Then. l.ovc. thy sweet voice, thrilling, In music speaks to M Visions at night float o'er me, Still, still, thou art before us Fairest of all I sec : Sleeping, I earn of thee. What can Government do for Agriculture? Hon. R. C. Winthrop, in his address be fore the Bristol Agricultural Society, spoke at some length on this suliiect. His ideas in relation to what can he done lor Ameri can A-iclilttirc by natural protection are comprised in the following paragraph: 'The great agricultural want of our coun try is the want of consumers and not of pro ducers, of mouths and not of hands, of mar kets and not of crops. And ...

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