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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Star of the north. — 11 October 1865

STAR OF THE NORTH TCLNtTS AECtT WEDNESDAY. OCT 11, 165. Thb Columbia County Tenth Annual "Fair will commence lo morrow (Thursday.) Capt C. B. Brockway baa reinofed his It Office into Mr. Philip Unangsi'a boild S rig on Main Street, Bioomsburg. . Waktbd. A good girl, to do kitchen work for a small family, lo whom fair wages will be paid. Apply at ibis officii. 7 Nw Goods. The '"Old Arcade" on Main r., above the exchange block, ocenpied by Ex-Sheriff Miller, has jost been replenished ith .larg assortment ot gocds of all . idescriptiorrs usually found in a 5rst class country store.' Il is not necessary for us to -enumerate anicles, as it is sufficient for us o say, that be has an extended assortment Tof all kinds of merchandise. Miller is a clever man and a good jodge of store goods. The public generally are invited to come and make their Fall and Winter purchases. See adr. in another column. . Man Shot. On Monday evening last, William Stellar. Constable of CoDvnahara township, Columbi...

Publication Title: Star Of The North, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Star of the north. — 11 October 1865

! 18G3. J't opening in 10 b-9. one of grsat .e a pc werlul . ir.nu- r i f ' t a rnimlru of I i raa 5r .sure it . will determ ine lh i V-rfcontesl of 1866, and hare an Itfi'X ?apon Uie presidential election two ;")rr. thereafter. Bot, more important, it f wvaW probabfy datermine the choice of the "iixt U. S. Senator from lhi Slate and thu? i1c:llre legislation of Congress' and the reixoru'ion of peace to the land. It is, iherrfore, of vital importanco thai every trvpTiion should be made by every member , of our parly to eecnre itra victory. Not only H'.ould every local organization be put t work, but every honorable measms Fhonld ! adopted to rtir np the ajiathelic and Jul e warm, and k make new votes by con--r-irru It can only be through the im n innMe and golden principles of Democra cy that the country can be redeemed from i4n thraldom of fanaticism, degradation and taxation. Outside the Democracy iheJa are . tin principles. The role of action of ihe r poHiion is ever changingope ...

Publication Title: Star Of The North, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Star of the north. — 18 October 1865

$2 00 in A dra lie f, per Annum. Troth and Right God and oar Country t V IV. II. JACOSY, Publisher. BLOOMSBURG. COLUMBIA COUNTY, PA., WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 18, 1865- NUMBER 52. VOLUME 16. I III. 1 1 - ? i I r -' riuMncTus of THE PHILADELPHIA .AGE i-FJPIIE only Democratic Daily Morning v.. ; Journal published in Philadelphia.. The publishers of the .Philadelphia AGE ; invite the earnest attention' of business men, thins ng men," literary men, and all who are interested in (tie various or en pa'-' .; lions ami pursuits of life, to the DAILY and WEEKLY edit tot; of tleir Journal. . 1 ; The Philadelphia Aire, which advocates the principle and policy of the democratic - party, is iued every morning, ( Sunda)s excepted,) and contains the latest intelli t fience from all pari of the world; with care fully prepared articles on Government. Politic?, Trade, Finance, and all the cur rent question and affairs of the clay; Local Intelligence, Market Rpo:lf Price Cur . rent, Stock quotations, Marine...

Publication Title: Star Of The North, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Star of the north. — 18 October 1865

JACOBY, EDITOR. Ch.. BJRKLEY, Assistant Editor. ZimiUM, WE2KSDAI, CCT. ISlb, 1565- 5. 31. PrTTKNGiLL & Co., 37 Park Bow New York, are duly authorized tJ nolle it and receive subscriptions ar.d advertising for the FZar of Ike tiorth, published hi Fduomsburp, Columbia county, Penn'a. Mather & Co., 335 Broadway, New York, are authorized to receive subscriptions and -dveili8TUg lor the Star cj the North. Tbe Result iotlie State. From all we can gather, the State baa . gone Republican by a majority ranging from J2.CC0 to 15,000,lak: jear itwas over 20 000 Had the issues been folly brecifat into dis . eussioo, we would reeord a different result. The radicals, however, managed to waive Ithe issue, thereby holding the conservative . element - 'little longer." The vote is lighVespecial.'y in the rural districts, where -tbe Democratic strength resides. The radi cals were folly organized in secret leagues, while the Democrats did not even hold pub lic gathering, save in a few counties....

Publication Title: Star Of The North, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Star of the north. — 18 October 1865

1? TsTTT ffiT)rFrf OJiilV Uf lilili iNUlvl II .T- , , . . , IIinGS AECCT. TWSfe COtTNTRTaMigrttfoBgbllt,tttd bore their wound WEDNESDAY OCT. I8. 1?65. We understand Hon. Peter Eut intend polling hi? Furnace in blast in a short time. Tsj Bc-Hei.a of PoTTpM will be lkn at this cfiiee for which ihe croV will be ' paid. .They mnsibeof a good q-jdi'tf oth erwise they wll not be accepted. McKslvt, Nk. !i Co. nave again pnt lfeir Furnace in operation, after Handing idle several weeks ondsrjoing repnirs. "Waited A good girl, to do kitchen work for a email familvrto whom fuir wages will be paid. Apply al this office. Buckwheat flour sold in market a few iliiya since at fii dollar and fifty cer.ts per rjt ndred- h is hoped there will be plenty offered and at a much lower fi'irre. Thojis D. Brown, (colored) frr several yearn barber at thi rlace, died last week at Wilkesbarre, where he had been laying ill for noma time. It is said he died of con sumption. He lee a wife and child. Tli Columbia C...

Publication Title: Star Of The North, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Star of the north. — 18 October 1865

it ' J. J i B J ... 1 U1I THE CA.UI'AliGri OF 18G5. Tlis'poIIiical campaign jiiff. opening in Iv iiiin is declined to be one cf great i -poria.ue, and to fne a powerful h.flti- "eft upontha future of the country at lare. i a criiar' measure it "'will 'determine ib t-ul-t-rsi-torial i-ontpM-'of I85,'and hare an in II u j nee upon the presidential election twa 3ear thereafter. r Hut, moret important, it v. ili probably determine the choice of the next U. 2. Senator from this !?tate and thn? affect tf.e legislation 'of Congre?f and the restoration of pence lo the, land. It is, therefore, of vital importance that every exertion e!iouU be made by every member of our party to eecure the victory. Not only should eveiy Ii cal organization be pnt to work, but every honorable raeasin should tea lopted. to stir up the apathetic and lukewarm, and to make new votea by con version. It can only be Ihrocgh the im mutable and 2en principle ot Democra cy that the ccuuiry can be redeemed Jrora the thr...

Publication Title: Star Of The North, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Star of the north. — 25 October 1865

---.arw-,;-. , w muill.),iHtlil,i,JIMaB,MMOiUII i. .i..w... mmmmmM wmmm mum u i. " umiiiiiii.ii luimmniiiii i mi wiyT5 - , . . t- , t , .-: . - , " ' t - i BLOOMS BURG. COLUMBIA COUNTY, PA., WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 25, 1865. NUMBER 1. VOLUME 17. J. J y THE STAR OF THE NORTH 13 PCBUSED fVIRT WEDNESDAY' BY , WM. II. JACOB Y, Cffice on Bala St., 3rd Square blcow Karkel. " TEK3IS : Two Dollar and Fifty Cents in advance. If not paid till the. end of '.be year, Three Dollars will "be chaged. ' " 'No 'subscriptions taken for a period lesa - than six months ; no discontinuance permit' ' led until all arrearages are paid unless at Ibe option of the editor. RATES. OF ADVERTISING : TEN LINES CONSTITUTE A SQUARE. One Square, one or three insertions, SI 5o Every subsequent insertion,leea than 13, 50 . One column one year, 50 00 Administrators' and Executors' notices, 3 00 Transient advertising payab'e in advance, 'all other due after lh9 first insertion. WERE I A STAR. Were I a bright and glittering ...

Publication Title: Star Of The North, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Star of the north. — 25 October 1865

nn mi NORTH. - -a I 'hi t?M. H. JACOBY, EDITOR. CI1AS. C. E.'RKLEY, Assistant Editor. i f ivrTii rT T Ti V c Tt I T nnm met. mrr Jv M. Pkttkkaill & Co., 37 Park Row I.'tw York, ate duly authorized to solicit and receive subscriptions and advertising for the Fiar cftht AorfA, published at Bloomsburg, Columbia county, Penn'a. Mather & Co., 335 Broadway, New York, are authorized :o receive subscriptions and advertising for the Star cj (ht North. THE XniTH V0MJ3IE. - We take pfeasure ia 'announcing to our patrons that the present Dumber of this pa per commences the Seventeenth. Yolurae of the Star or tub North. . Fur sixteen years this paper has been published without in ' tarruption or suspension, save nine moniht, which was caused by order of President Lincoln's draft, in the Fall of 1862. This - paper was established io 1818, by Bkj. S Gilmobk and Reubkn W. Wcavca, Eqrs., and published by these gentlemen until the commencement of the second volume, in 1 1349, after which the ...

Publication Title: Star Of The North, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Star of the north. — 25 October 1865

iK OF THE NORTH TCOCS ABOUT TOWX&CCOiTRY WEDNESDAY. OCT 25. 1S65. W lit requested to announce the "Nob Mountain" Book is at the office of Col. John G. Freeze, in the Coort House, for de livery. Bootid copies S1.5C; paper, 1X0. To Oca Patron. Those 'tf our subscri bers who wish to pay us in buckwheat floor, beef, apples, or potatoes, c;inIo so. The trade will be acceptable. Biing it along. Capt. Bkccxwy, hating accepted an in vitation, has gone to Trenton, New Jersey, 10 deliver a speech to the Democracy of that ' Sta'e. . ' ' . , . . V .... Hon." Mr Stbopsb, M- C, will please -accept oor thanks for copy of the Monthly Report of the Agricultural Department, for September, 1S63. ' Th Republican says The not proceeds of the Fair amounted to Nineteen Hundred anJ 'Twenty Eight Dollars and Eighteen Cents, and adds, it is "not so bad for a B'ack Re poblican Abolition Meeting." Tbk late appearance oi tiUe Stab this week, is caused by the death of One of the relatives of the editor of th...

Publication Title: Star Of The North, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Star of the north. — 25 October 1865

Try OF 186.1. .r. repeal "campaign just opaning in - Ivania is destined to be one of sreat a powerful inilu- -8 upon the fulure of the cour try at large. t raeaoure it will determine th er .oridl coniest of 1866, and hare an --:;;ca upon the presidential tleciion two rs thereafter. '' but, more important, it f J fobably ddierinine the choice of the xt U. S. Seaator from tbia State and thus lect t!ie legislation of CoigreBS and the liom'ion . of - peace to the lund. It s, 2refore, of vital importauce that every er;ir?j should be made by every member ; o- party io secure the victory.- Not :!y feiiould every Ircal organizsition be pnt .-!!, bet every honorable mtmsnii should s e .o; ;sd to .etir up the apa.tbetio and ?arm, and to make new votes by con ron. It can only be tbrouh the im "iatl and golden principles of; Democra- that the country can Pa redeemed Jrom z thraldom of fanaiicism, degradatiou and xation. Outside the Democracy theia are i principles. The .role of action of the pp...

Publication Title: Star Of The North, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Star of the north. — 1 November 1865

tTTk ti"t rm TTTT w n u" i 1 n WlTd- JI Ji.U.o t 'i ttv n J1C0BT PcblisherO' Troth and Right God and oor Country. $2 00 in Adrancr, per Annnm. VOLUME 17. ; BLOOMSBURG. COLUMBIA COUNTY, PA, WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 1, 1865. NUMBER 2. THE -STAR OF THE NO-RTH " '.- IS PUBLISHED KVERY W EDS ISDAT B7 ; TO. '7. JJCOBY, OffieVon main St., 3rd Square bleow Market. TERMS Two DoIIare anil FiftyCents r-in dance; If not paid till the end of the year, Three Dollar wifl be charged. ; : No subscriptions taken for "a period less ihanf six months ; ho' discontinuance perrrlit--r led until all arrearages are paid unless at ri the option of the editor.'- . . HA TES OF AD VER TIS1XG : TEN LINES CONSTITUTE A SQUARE. j - . One Square, one or three insertions, SI 5o rKvery subsequent insertioness than 13, 50 One column one year, . 50 00 Adminis:ratora' and Executors' notices, 3 00 Transient advertising-payab'e in advance, f all other doe after the first insertion. ; The Eeal hmi. ".."The future ol the oppositi...

Publication Title: Star Of The North, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Star of the north. — 1 November 1865

i OF TUB NORTH. to i iiii J7. Cf7Br, EDITOR. C11AS. G. BJRKLEY, Assistant Editor. SSCEC, tfEDHSDAT, SOT. 1st, 1865. S. M. Pettingill &. Co., 37 Park Row New York, ate duly authorized to solicit and Teceive subscriptions and advertising for the Flar of the North, published at Bloornsburg, Columbia county, Penn'a. Mather & Co., 335 Broadway, Naw York, are authorized ;o receive subscriptions and advertising for the Star of the North. The' Opposition. Notwithstanding the attempts now made by those Republicans whom Thaddeos Steven designated as "parasitic Republicans," to disguise their opposition to the President' policy, under the hypocritical profession of support, bat a few montht will elapse ere the entire Re publican party will be arrayed in open war fare against the Administration. We ay the Itepoblican party of coarse occluding those noble patriot! who prefer country to party, and jive their adherence to the Pres ident' policy because they deem it to be lie only plan for ...

Publication Title: Star Of The North, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Star of the north. — 1 November 1865

STAR OF THE NORTH THINGS MGVT TOWN & COUNTRY. I2JQO;?JBU!5Gs PA." WE ONES DAY, NOV I. 1565- Thi week's Stah comaina tbe coort ad verlisements for December term, 1865. .A load of pine wood, will be taken at this office on subscription. Thk public schools in the borough of Ber wick opened on Monday last. -All who wish a good locil newspaper, soundly Democratic, will subscribe lor the Stab. ' . VVm. E. STKRfeta is building a handsome bricK house on Market Street, Dear the Lackawanna Depoi. Hok. William Elwill has made some improvements upon bia dwelling boose, on Third Sireet, which add very much 'to its appearance. - ' - The fcoldiers vote on the Representali ve Ticket ran a tie. Oo the county ticket the Abs. have a majority of two or three in the soldier rote Irora this county. ?iHATton hand and (or pale a lo! of neatly printed School Orders, which we will dispose of, itr quantities to sail pur chasers, cheap for cah. ; The fierwick Gjze.7 tells its readers that the Baptist Congr...

Publication Title: Star Of The North, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Star of the north. — 1 November 1865

1 W i jj ro.J Til a CAMPAIGN OF 1803. ' The political campaign jo.M opsning in jhnlvania is destined to be one of great i 7ipOftanr, and 10 fiava a powerful influ ence upon liie futom of the country at large. 3 a great measure it will determine ihr - Voemafoml cents! of 1866, and have an i.Iuence upon he presidential election two years thereafter. . Bot, more important, it Aiil probably determine the pboice of the r-xt U. 5. Senator Irora this State and that alfec: tlie legislation of Congres and Ibe restoration of peace to the land. It is, therefore, of vital importance that every exertion should benade by every member cf our party to secure the victory. Not only should every h'Cal organization be pnt t? work, but every honorable measnn should te adopted to tir op the apathetic and lukewarm, and to make new votes by con version. . It can only be through the im mutable and golden principles of. Democra cy that the couutry can be redeemed from 'the thraldom of fanaticism, degradation...

Publication Title: Star Of The North, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Star of the north. — 8 November 1865

V7 ' . . ' J - -. ; f" ! '.':: TV. JJ. JAC03T, Publisher. Troth and Right -God and. our Country; , $2 00 in Advance, per Annum. VOLUME 17. BLOOMS BURG. COLUMBIA COUNTY,. PA., WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 8. 1865. NUMBER'S. 11 V 1 V. ft J JHE STAR OF THE NORTH , ' ia'PCBUSHRD EVERT WEDKESDAT BT Y" IVM: II. JACOB Y, !orfiee on Saia St.,' lii Square below Market. TEU3IS : Two Dollars and Fifty Cents tin advance.- If not paid till the end - of the year, Three Dollars will be charged. No subscriptions taken for a period less than six months ; no discontinuance permit led until all arrearages are paid unless at "the option of the editor. RATES OF 'ADVERTISING : CTEN LINES CONSTITUTE A SQUARE. "One Square, one or three insertions5, 5 SI 5f) 'Feryjatsequent insertion. leas than 13, 50 Une column one year, uv Adminis:rator!, and Executors' notices,3 00 ' Transient advertising payable in advance, .all other doe after the first insertion. Til D AGED STHAXGER. 'am acoMizijra incident or the war. 1 'I wu...

Publication Title: Star Of The North, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Star of the north. — 8 November 1865

nrrt Vn nn mnn iinnmn I v state coaTentioa. BlilliUlM imiuiuii It. ' rrj. . JACOBY, EDITOR, til AS. G. BJRKLEY, Assistant Editor. LC22S2URS, WEMESBAT, NOT. 8th, 1565. S. M. PtrriNoitL & Co., 37 Park Row ' New York, are duly aothorized to solicit and receive subscriptions and advertising for the . Flar oftht North, published at Bloomsburg, Colombia county, Penn'a. . Mather k CoM 335 Broadway, New York, ' are authorized :o receive subscriptions and " advettising for the Star. of the North. , "Can't Afford It." How often does not this reply come from men, when called cpon to subscribe for a newspaper! They will spend in the course of the year, perhaps, ten timet the subscrip tion price asked, for the most silly, if not actually injurious purposes. The real truth is. that it is a want of lore of reading mora than poverty that prevents people generally from subscribing; (or newspapers. - As a general rale, there is more success obtained in asking a man to take another paper, who now ...

Publication Title: Star Of The North, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Star of the north. — 8 November 1865

STIR OF THE NORTH "TDXXGS ABOUT TOWN & COUNTRY. WEDNESDAY NOV. 8, 1963. A load o( pine wood will bs taken at this office on subscription. Attcmtion is directed tisements in this paper. to the oew adver- Bxtr wts offered in this Market, a few days since, lor 12 cts. pet lb., by the quar ter. A little too steep. VVc bare been informed that the public schools oi this place will begin on Monday ext. . - . Bloomibubq has prettier girls, more jovial fellows, taller steeples and better Hotels, than any other town in the State. Thb School Directors are repairing the Academy at this place. It needs some refitting, as the desks, floors and doors, are considerably oat of repairs. Tub march of improvement is going on id East Bloomsburg; William Terwilliger, Harmon Kline, and John Long, baring each just completed a dwelling In that part of the town. A splendid hound pap is offered for sale by Mr. Got of this place.. The yoong pop is full-blooded, and will make an excellent 'hunting dog. For ...

Publication Title: Star Of The North, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Star of the north. — 8 November 1865

- - -' TUB WEErt'Ifir . - " -' ' FOR TUF-ABIVAIGS Of iSG3. " The31'0' campaign just opaning in Jejs'lvania is destined to be oaa oLgreat .inportaDce, and lo have a powerful , influ ence upon the future of ihe country at large. n a great measure it will determine th gubernatorial contest of 1868, acd have an Influence upon ihe'presidential election two years thereafter. Hut, more important, it will probably determine the choice of the next U. S. Senator from this Stato and thu? affect the legislation of Congress and the restoration of peace to the land. - It is, therefore, of vital importance that every exertion should be made by every member of our party to secure the victory. Not only should evety local organization be pnt la work, but erery honorable measna should be adopted to stir up the apathetic and lukewarm, and to make new votes by con version. It can only be through the im mutable and golden principles of Democra cy thai the conutry can be redeemed from the thraldom of fana...

Publication Title: Star Of The North, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Star of the north. — 15 November 1865

TP IT .1 H i i ($2 00 in AdTacc?, per Annum. Truth and Right -Cod aad our Country. T. II. JACGSY, Publisher BLOOMS BURG. COLUMBIA COUNTY, PA.. WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 15, 1865. NUMBER 4. VOLUME 17. -. Yhe star of THE NORTH I PUBLISH D KVERt tfr.DM'.-DlI B7 fFjr.ii.J.iconv, Sf'ice on Slain St., 3rd Square below HiirkEt. ", TERMS : Two Dollars and Fitly Cents In advance. Il-noi paid nil the end of '.he year, Three Dollars will be charged. No subscriptions taken for h. period loss than six month ; no discominnat'.ce permit ted until all arrearacea are paiJ unless at j "the option of the editor HATES OF ADVERTISING : TEN LINKS COXSTITUl'B A MtfJARE. One Square, one or three insertions, SI 5o Every subsequent insertion, lees than 13, 50 One column one year, 50 00, Administrators' ami Exeen'or' notlces,3 00 i Transient advertising payab'e in advance, 'I other due after the first insertion. Katie Lee ami WlUJe Grey. Tro brown hearts with mssing curls, Red lips hotting over pearl, Bire (eet whi...

Publication Title: Star Of The North, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Star of the north. — 15 November 1865

rBNOBTII i H. JACOBY, EDITOR. CBAS. Q. BJRKLEY, Assistant Editor. SLCOjJSJSCKG, WEDXESMI, XOF. 15tfi, 1S65. M. PsTTENQiLt & Co., 37 Park Row New York, are duly authorized to solicit and receive subscriptions and advertising for the Star of the ts'orth, published at Bloomsburg, Columbia county, Penn'a. , Mather & Co., 335 Broadway, New York, are authorized :o receive subscriptions and advertising (or the Star cj the North. The Late leciijns. The result of the late elections is shown. DT 'he returns received, to have been a Re- publican victory. We have no deirs to count oar jrounds, nor to conceal them. They are the witnesses of a manly strug gle, against odds. Nor would we conceal tbeir disastrous consequences not so much 0 the party, which will outlive and out last and bring'tojthe dust these victors of lo-day, and whose principles being Iros are Imperishable; but, in the defeat of the Democratic party, President Johnson's plan for the immediate restoration of the Union is ...

Publication Title: Star Of The North, The
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