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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The evening telegraph. — 29 January 1866

rm VOL. Y-.No 25. PHILAD EIPI-II A., MONDAY, JANUARY 29, 18G6. DOUBLE SHEET-THREE CENTS. MVJBNI "ZDTT-T" , LJ- JJJJo THE RUSSQ-AMERIC&N TELEGRAPH. latrfttlnir Report of ajulonel Bnlklry Xk Root Adopted and tu Work Prv The 8ocretary of the Western Union Telegraph Company, Colonel Palmer, has Just received Irora Ban Francisco the detailed reportoi Colonel Bolkley, the Englneer-ln-chicf 01 the Russian Telegraph expedition. We publish the report as a matter ot great interest to the public, looking with anxiety to the progress of the work ot uniting by telegraph (ho two continents. With the report are complete roups, made by Colonel ,1 mumey, snowing ine iouic surveveu ana tue location of the points named. This report must fully confirm the hopes of the fiiends of the Rus sian IVlcgraph lor ita speedy completion and Bncceotlul construction: tA Fralcirco, December IS, 1R65. Slnoe my last reeort, dated at Victoria, our biiips have been enraged in transporting materia', supplies, and pa...

Publication Title: Evening Telegraph, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The evening telegraph. — 29 January 1866

LITERATURE. Social Lifk or tdi Cbinkrr. By Rev. Justus DoolltHe, 1n two volumes. Harper A Brother, Now Yoik; J. B. Lippinrott & Co., Nos. 715 and 717 Market street, Agent. A work executed In a stvle slightly Chinese in iU character, and bearing as an Impress some of those cabalistic phonetic signs which are the alphabet of China, lajs before us. It Is copi ously Illustrated with appropriate engraving, and is printed In the clear typography which is Insured by the stamp of the Harpers. So much for ita exterior. Of the literary quality of the .work we must speak highly. Written In a style which could be censoriously termed too diffuse, it is nevertheless of irreat perspicuity, and, as a nariatlve, is spicy. It must be remembered by those who And fault wllh the author lor giving t wo largo volumes to the public, that if his pro duction is large, so also is the field which he intends to cover. And no ground, however fal low, can be valuable unless much time be de Toted to its prepar...

Publication Title: Evening Telegraph, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The evening telegraph. — 29 January 1866

TIIE DAILY EVENING TELEGRAPH. PHILADELPHIA, MONDAY, JANUARY 29, 180G. CITY IN TEL LI G 12NUE1 I For Additional Oily ltiteltUjence tee FifUi i'flov. A Systematic Swindleb. On Saturday afternoon a gentlemanly looking Individual was arraigned upon the charge of having been cn rapro lu a number of wholesale swindles. He would call upon wholesale dealers, represent himself as a member ol a firm doing business In Richmond, Virginia, and buy a bill of goods, f:eneral!j to the amount ot several hundred dol ars. He would pay for the goods with a draft exceeding the amount of the b.ll, and then would ask tor the difference In cash between the bill of goods and the sunn which the draft called for. 8oine of the dealers complied with hit request for cash, but took the precaution to Inquire In respect to the dn.tts before the Roods were shipped. In all instances the drafts were discovered to be worthless. Hut the swindler did not confine his operations to the dealers In dry goods or clothing; he ...

Publication Title: Evening Telegraph, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The evening telegraph. — 29 January 1866

tetuug iMepiilt Is published tery afltrnoon (Sunday excepted) at No. 108 . Ihird street. Price, Three Cent rer Copy (Double Slicct), or Eighteen lent Ter Wcel, payable to ttie Carrier, and mailed to Subscr&ers out of the city at Nine Dollars Per Annum; One DoVar and Fifty Cent for Two Month, invariably in adtaee for the period ordered. To insure the Insertion of Advertisements in aU of our Edihons, Uwy must be forwarded to oar office not later than 10 o'clock each Morning. MON'DY, JANUARY 29, 1R(!6. Union State Convention. A State Convention will bo held in the Hall of (lie Hi use of Representatives, in Ilarripburjr, I'a., on Wednesday, the pevrntli day o( March, AD. 1800, at twelve o'clock M., (or the purpose of nominating a candidate for Governor, to be supported by the friends of the Union. The ordeal of war has tried the strength ot our Government. Its fire has purified the nation. The defense, of the nation's life has demonstrated who were its friends. The principles vindic...

Publication Title: Evening Telegraph, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The evening telegraph. — 29 January 1866

THE DAILY EVENING TELEGRAPH. PHILADELPHIA, MONDAY, JANUARY 29, 1806. 5 THE NEW AMERICAN THEATRE. Mr. Wallett, the Groat English Jester, his First Appearance To-Night. OPINIONS OF THE BRITISH PRESS THE CARNIVAL OF HOMUS. FUN, FOLLY, AND FROLIC. The Cops and Hells In the Ascendant, OPINIONS OP TUB PRESS. Hemhkr'b Cincus-Mn. W. F.Wallbtt Hall may justly and proudly lay olalm tohaviiiar produced the Ust prolesfiunal Jotter of the any. What (Shane speare's Torick was tho "iohoar ot infinite jiisi, w ho was wont to sot the table in a roar" to the King of Denmark and his courtiers, Wallctt un doubtedly is to tho Dntiah pubho In the nineteenth century, There it thin difTuicnce, however, between thtm; the lat er, unlike Y uricK, is cnablod to evoe the loodO't lauenter not from a tew puesis assemi Mod lound the fostivn bourd out lrom a whole com munity, con-iilornble portion oi' whom protest to be wit themselves Flashes of harmless, pure wit and mernmeut are real 1 el Iris to ibe over-taxoa D...

Publication Title: Evening Telegraph, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The evening telegraph. — 29 January 1866

THE DAILY EVENING TELEGRAPH. PHILADELPHIA, MONDAY, JANUARY 29, i860. THE NEW YORK PRESS. Editorial Opinions of the Leading' Journals Upon the Mo3t Import ant Topics of the Hour. , ' ' I COMPILED EVERT PAT POR EVENING TiLBOlUPn. A Report of Some Interest About the Rio From the Timet, We observe with BatWfoctlon that "General" B. Clay Crawford, the renowned commander of the "American DIvIhiod" of the Liberal army of Mexico, In coollntr his martial ardor In the case mates of Fort Jackson, below New Orleans. It appears that after the late- disgraceful raid npon Bagdad, that officer bad the audacity to go to New Orlcuns the headquarters Itself of our Military Divbion of the Gulf, and the residence of Generals Sheridan and Canby "lor reinforce ments and supplies." As to the reinforcements, the amount of recruit he procured U very un certain; but horn the fact that ho was making tracks for New York In the Continental, when overhauled and translcrred to a Government ntcanitug, it may be int...

Publication Title: Evening Telegraph, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The evening telegraph. — 29 January 1866

THE DAILY EVENING TELEGRAM. PETLADELPIIIA, MONDAY, JANUARY 29, 18GG. DISASTERS TO AMERICAN SHIPPINQ. tfamron Wreck- ImmtiM I.owe. The following disasters to American shipping e reported: The Ktoanmr WflrriORtflr. tYnm Rnlt.imnrn. fkachcd Liverpool in a very crippled state. Hhe foremast carried away, and was otherwise 'The steamer Pale-tin, which returned to 'ueenstown, would go to Liverpool tor coal and pairs. It was expected she would be able to fcsume hor voyage in a tew davs. The chief umneer ot the Palestine was. It is reported, ashed overboard at ea. OwinR to the storm telcpraphlnc between iverpool and London was entirely auepended. he commercial and financial news Irom Loudon only to Thorsdav night. The American shin liirrecs. from New York. as abandoned on the 23d of December; crew aved. The J. P. Wheeler, from New York for Glasgow, hich run ashore at Oban, has become a total ivreck. I The Brcnda, from Boston, has put into Rusta Vol, Lerwick, with los of suls, mainmast, etc. ...

Publication Title: Evening Telegraph, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The evening telegraph. — 29 January 1866

8 THE OTERO MURDER. onalrn and Fcllleter to b h 9th r Marrh-Jndgo aiibcrt'M Acids-can to tbe Prlntsncra. Francisco Ocnez Siilvador, known as"Pclll dcr," and Joro Gonzales y Fernandez, known by toe name of "Gonzales," who were convictei lait week or' tbe murder ol Joso Oarcia Otero, on the 22d of November last, In the City Park ot Brooklyn, were brought up this morning in the Court of Oyer and 'Tex miner to receive their sentence. As has been the case since tbe com mencement of the tuals, the court-house wa crowded almost to suttoration, and the hallway and vestibule were alno fl!lcd. The prisoners were brought In about a quarter past ten o'clock, and, niter iho usual questions, were brought bclore the bar ot the Court, when Judge Gilbert addressed thm as follows, his remarks being interpreted to the prisoners: "You, Gonzales and Salvador, have been convicted of the murder of Senor Otero. You are foreigners. Laving sought tho hospitality of 'the country. You abused it, and by the com...

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Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The evening telegraph. — 30 January 1866

T7 TTTTS "TXTTF TXT T V da v my ilixi yjr VOL. V-No 2G. PHILADELPHIA, TUESDAY, JAISTTJAiXlY 30, 18GG. DOUBLE S1IEET TilltEE CENTS. -U U U UJU I XlN JJ-V.b-X.JiJ LL 1,3 U , O i MESSAGE or ' ANDREW 0. CURT IN, Governor of Pennsylvania, To the Legislature, Jan. 30, 1866. Penhptlvania Executive CnAMBEn, I Hakrikbcbo, l'a., January 30, 18f!fi. ( To the Senate and House of Representatives of the Commonwealth of rennylvnnio. Gentlemen: We have cause to he thankful to Divine Providence for the blefflings of peace within our borders, aoundant crops, unanimity among our people, and that thus thii Common wealth has been enabled to do her full duty to the country, to herself, and to posterity. I apprised you in my Message of the 27th of November, IMS, and delivered to you at the bo ginning oi your session, of the necessity under the pressure ot which 1 was con, pulled, ' for the , restoration of my health, to sojourn for a lime in i warmer climate. I returned from Cuba re freshed and Invigorate...

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Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The evening telegraph. — 30 January 1866

THE DAILY TUNING TELEGRAPH. PHILADELPHIA, TUESDAY, JANUARY 30, 18GG. THE NEW TOUK PBES3. Editorial Opinions of the Leading I Journals Upon the Most Import- ant Topics of the Hour. OOMPIL1D EVERY DAT FOB HVBNIKO TBLEQIIAPII. The Itlexlcnn Imbroglio. From the Timet. All the Intelligence from France points to tbe . probability of a peaceful solution of the Mexican quention at no distant daj. To expect a sum- . mary, immediate, and unexplained withdrawal of the French trcop, were to asjiune a spirit of humiliation for wbich there is no precedent in the hiHtory of the French nation. And to sup pose that the French Emperor, to avert the chances of more serious trouble, would forget the consideration due to the pride of the people over whom he rules, were to suppose him deprived of the wisdom and tact watch have won for him the foremost position among the niou- But there is incontestable evidence of his anxiety to escape Irom the consequences of his - blunder. The remarkable attempt of the...

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Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The evening telegraph. — 30 January 1866

TIIE DAILY EVENING TELEGRAPH. PHILADELPHIA, TUESDAY, JANUARY 30, 186G. CITY INTELLIGENCE I For Additional City InitUigcnct F fill l'ag: Tint Social Union. An adjourned meet ing, of the Social Union was hold lat evening In the lecture-room of tbe Second Reformed Dutch C hurch. Seventh street, above Brown. Mr. I). W. C. Moore, President of the Union, occupied the rbair. Tho meeting was opened by the mov ing of a bvmn, alter which J. Y. Mitchell, of the Central N. L. Presbyterian Church, offered prayer. Addresses were delivered by Mr. Ward, Rev. Mr. Lowensbury, and Dr. Osier. The nomination of a board of managers was then referred to a committee of three. The com mittee repotted a list of names, and a board of managers was elected, coil-Unjj of fifty persons twenty-five of each tex the clergymen of the various Evangelical churches ol the city to be ex-oflicio numbers of the board. Dr. Osier reported r-tolutions looking to the erection of a tall for the uses of the society, and the obta...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The evening telegraph. — 30 January 1866

THE DAILY EVENiNG TELEGRAPH. PniLADELPIJlA, TUESDAY, JANUARY 30, 18CG. A It pubHthrd tvnji afternoon (tiundoyt excepted) at No. 108 S. 'jiurd street. Price, Three Vent Per Copy (Double Sifted), or Eighteen Cents Pr Week, toyabtc to the Currier, and mailed to Rubtcrilier out of (he city at Nine Do'Jari Per Am.vm i One Dollar and Fifty Onto for Two Month, invariably in advance for the per tod ordered. To iwmre the lntertion of AAcertiaementt in all of our Edition, they must he forwarded to oar office not later Vtan 10 o'clock each Morning. TUESDAY, JANUARY 30, 1800. State of the Commonwealth Message ot the Hon. A. CJ. Cnrtln. Thk health of bis Excellency Governor Cobtin has hecn so tar benefited by his vWt to Havana, as to fit him for the resumption ot bis Duties as Executive of the Common wealth. Ills message, wh'ch wo publish elso where, and which was read to the two branches of the Legislature to-day, is the first evldmce of his recuperated strength. We must congratulate the Govern...

Publication Title: Evening Telegraph, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The evening telegraph. — 30 January 1866

THE DAILY EVENING TELEGRAPn. PHIL AD ELPniA,. TUESDAY, JANUARY 30, 18GG. AMUSEMENTS. Anon Sraitrr Thkatii. Mies Hostnor armearod WKvadne." This play Is magnificently written; baa a atory of deep intorost, and abort all, has not been backneyed. The heroine is meant to appeal to all the sympathies of the audience. A woman, noble, jrentlo, timid, lull of tondorness and lore, holy and cbaste. One ol the purest womanly crea tions of the drama. Hiss ilosmor did not o under land the part, fcho mad "Eradne" oommon pJaoe tragedy queen, atormaeaut, ranting to the top ot ber rent, until all individually wai loat and "Eradne" might have Just as well hare been "Mar fraret of Burgundy." air Rankln plared "Colonna" with much dignity, warmth, and passion, ranting, howcror, still too much, especially in the soeond act, and wanting much in deliberation, llo was dressed with much tm'o aud looked well. Mr. James's talent lies decldodly in tragedy. Ills "Tin enaiu" was acted witli great judgment. His fi...

Publication Title: Evening Telegraph, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The evening telegraph. — 30 January 1866

0 OUR LETTER FROM P&RI5. Tho Revolt In Spaln-Tie Official Aspect, and the Truo View of the Case-What England, Italy, and France will do in the Case-The Fate of the Bourbons Is Sealed -Condition of France and Belgium-Napoleon and the . Mexican Dlfflculty-The Amusements of the Pa risians, Etc. - i Special Correapondmce of The Evening Tetn'grriph.' . ; Pabib, January 11. , -. Whilst ftapoloon w aasuriDp; the diplo matic corps which presented the annual address at the Tuilcrles that all was going on well, and that tranquillity reigned supreme, General Prim, Coude de Ktaes, was at the head of two regi ments of hnsears at Ocana and Aranjuez, raisin? the standard of rebellion against her mot CV tholic Majesty, Queen iHabclla II, and her minis ter, Marshal O'Donnell. You arc aware already of what had been going on for some time in the Teninsula. We will look at facts through two glasses. The first shall be the official glasses and the second those of truth. Let us begin with the oflicia...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The evening telegraph. — 30 January 1866

NEWS JOTTINGS. It hag brcn understood thAtSoorotary McCul- - loch did not approve of the proposed Increase of tone hundred millions ot tho National Bunk capl- - tal. It is propr to say, however, that Mr. ' McCulloch is in favor of this increase, which i every day shows to be more and more necessary to the development of the business resources of i the country. If Congress will so amend the Na- - tlonal Bank Act as to requit e the banks to redeem at New York, Boston, or Philadelphia, this r proposition la also recommended bv Comptroller t Clarke- and If adopted, it Is dilficult to see what ioblectlon there can be uccessfully urged to a 'proposition, which not only results In an absolute reduction ot ten millions of the currency, but changes one hundred millions of Irredeemable t preen bajjfe" Into ninety millions of National i bank notes, equally well secured, redeemable i at the business centres, and subject to the IoriU ' mate business demands of the country, and yet i not Inflatin...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The evening telegraph. — 30 January 1866

( T t; .Aisi:-:!-.71. v; ;',v ,v.v 8 IOUXO ULraEUCHOR BALL. A Cosmopolitan Carnlval-Flrst Full Masquerade of the 8eaon-A Festival of Foolery-Its Freaks, Frivolities, and. Frolics Laughable Incongruities, of the AJTalr-A Brilliant Bit of Buffoonery-Cro-tesque Garbs and Guises. Cre In oor coffin drive the sail, no doubt, While Mirth, with morry floicor, pluot tiiom out." The Bal Masque of the "Yotms Mtcnnerchor" passed off In splendid Rtyln at the Academy last night tt Is to say, this niornlnR. It was the first real masquerade and carnival we have had this Bcoson, literally speaking. Every person who stepped upon the duuclnst-tloor, or occupied parquet circle seat, wai either masqued or fancifully costurneJ, of necessity, and the most grotesque leatures ot the ancient Venetian car nivals were faithfully reproduced. In fact, this reproduction was so. faithful, that it almost bo came tedious. 1 In some respects the bull did not coitoe up to the general expectation which advertising had ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The evening telegraph. — 31 January 1866

IMC- H H A VOL. YNo 27. PHILADELPHIA, WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 31, 18GG. DOUBLE SHEET THREE CENTS. Till the Hour of Sickness Comes, few care to Read anything on the 8ubject of Disease. In tbe yr 1848, the writer of tht article embarked to tis Drov BoslneM In tbe city ol Philadelphia, but lor the Uat e(htecD yra f meat o( lili time bai been occc - jled In the manuiactnre ol the various Bo Id and Hold 1 X'rrcti, the moat prominent, and to which he detlrei to call tbe particular attention of the Faculty and the I ali o, are the Extract Buctm and the Extract Bar raparllla, both cf which are highly concentrated pre paration! of the lnrredlenta entering into their composi tion. Cne bottle ot the Fluid Extract of Baraaparllla la Jn'lr equal In strength to one gal on of the arrup or de coction, as usually made, and burn'reds of dronrlnU thronghoot the country have adopted It in making their Trap oi thli name, and one tcbleapooatul , Added to a pint ot water. Is fullr equal to the celebrated Lisbo...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The evening telegraph. — 31 January 1866

THE NEWJ YORK PRESS. Editorial Opinions of the' Leading Journals Upon the Most Import ant Topics of the Hour. COHTILED BTBBT DAT FOB FVENIMO TKI.EORArn. The President on National Affairs. From the Timet. In taking part, indirectly, in the Contitu ttonal debate, tbo President has greatly helped to bring members back to a consideration of the peril" whlcb may follow a careless tinkering of our organic law. And his words of counsel and suggestion met a response yesterday, from one section of vhe Ilouse at least. The greatness of the amendment already engrafted upon the Con stitution, by which slavery is forever abolished, the President desires to have kept steadily in view.. ITie far-reaching effects of that amend ment be seeks to emphasize, aa affording guaran tees that the institution can no longer be an ele ment of political division or of strife. The danger Of multiplying additiona 1 amendments he points out wltn great force. Bat he mildly suggests that t additional amendment suppl...

Publication Title: Evening Telegraph, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The evening telegraph. — 31 January 1866

THE DAILY EVENING TELEGRAPH. PHILADELPHIA, WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 31, 186G. CITY INTELLIGENCE Jcr Additional City lnlcVjince see Fifth 2'agr. Merchants' Fund Association. An dotirned mee.tlni of the Merchants' Fund As sociation was held yesterday atternoon, at tho Hoard of Trade -Rooms. 'Ac. Caleb Cope was called to the chair. Jr. Edward Huowden was appointed Secretary pro tern. The report of the Board of Manoeera wasrvart by Mr. John M. At wood. It shows that three of thoe who have been receiving assistance have died during the post year. Donations umounting to f D.iUO have been granted to twentv one persona. Seven teen persons are still receiving assistance. Of these Hi teen are between tho aires, or sixty and eighty-tour years. The committee appointed at tho last annual mooting to -olicit ftind.-i, report havhift teooivod $;)!t.80'27, which increases tho pen era 1 fund to $.'',000. of this amount $18,0(10 iiave been iDvested, acd $();( In cash remain on hand to be invested. Ti c repo...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The evening telegraph. — 31 January 1866

THE DAILY EVENiNG TELEGRAPH PHILADELPHIA, WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 31, 18C6. felting IMcpift In pvWtlifd every afternoon (Sundays exceed) at No. 108 & Ihird street. Price, Three Cents Per Copy (Double Sheet), or Eighteen Cents Tcr Week, payable to the Carrier, and mailed to 8ubsarHers out ofOtecityat Nine Dollars Per Annum ; One DoBar and Fifty Cents for Two Months, invariably in advance for the period ordered. To insure the Insertion of Advertisement in aU of our Editions, they must be forwarded to our office not later than 10 o'clock each Horning. WEDNESDAY, JANUAKY 31, 18G0. The President on the Constitution. It Is a common proverb that It is easier to pull down than to build up, end this Is espe cially true with respect to a political system like that of the United States. Tho process of forming tho Constitution of our Federal Government was an arduous and protracted one, In .which the best and purest minds of that period took part. With all tha light reflected upon their labors b...

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