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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Morning Post — 23 September 1842

_ ^ r PUBLISHED BV - &TX"> " ™-' . at \, I *R« a vear. paytWe in ' JIVE ^^Vi-for -.e .M.^ i,,rrai«d .TlaimfacUircr j WfEKI V a' "¦* *"m oftr ''- On a djul 'le I I », iWi rv>*L\i:s a >ear. in ad. j t^^. SIX^NT* ruiVof Ailvcrlisins. j] EE OF TWELVE I.1NF.S OR l>™fj j {1.50; l'"f mom It. £.:.<Hi ^ U.T5 ! Twomonif. 8.00 | is, I-I") i Thrpp ruonilis, ".00 j . 1 .rfO I Four inon^is, S.0H ; 3. 1111 I ~ii months, I11JKI . 4(<J ! One year. lo.OO 1 AP.I.V ADVERTISEMENTS. |; tn ,Mit,ELI AT riltlSl-IIE. I larc Tv " Zqvcrrs. j ', c(in ?n monies. s2:i.00-i 2;.U0 ' One yp.ir. 35.W ! lllv prlis.-r,,.-iil5inT>r.,r<.rl'On. ; b^ r lines S:-, r>ot.l.»R ' a .. var. , LI c " 0 FFI C ES, &C. ; Drrlft Third between Martetand Wocxl ', Biddle. Postmasipr I isi. Water. 4Ui door from Wood El. f'eter-^-Majnr JnhrrWinork.' "llPc:or Let. Wood I* -.*pen Fir-l and Second b. Barlrarn. Trpasufr. KiuBT. Tl.ird street. nfH door to Hip Ko C...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Morning Post — 23 September 1842

It was but yesterday that we were made acquainted with ' the history of a family of females—an aged mother and three daughters—who, before the failure of the United States Bank, were worth thirty thousand dollars. The whole of lab sum was invested in tbe institution narned, and from ihe whole of which they could not now probably realize ovei one huudred or two hundred dollars! They dressed and lived during their prosperity as their amount of property seemed to justify, and without preparing ibemselves in any particular vocation with which to struggle against competition foi their living. When adversity came they could turn their hand to no occupation with profit, even bad labor been offered them. The apparel they possessed wearing apparel and every thing else that could be converted into the means for procuring nourishment, bad gone, article by article, until dresses were not left fit for more than one or two of their number to make themselves public in—and for the last six week...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Morning Post — 23 September 1842

BV Mo.risun .V Co. London, for sale only bv S. S. Wickershatn, corner of Wood strpt-l and Vir«in a'lev Pitishureh Pa. RndH. Harwood, Ceaver Pa. who is sole airent for Western Pennsylvania. sfp 10 F \RM FOR •= U.K.— The undersigned offtrs for salp a trac1 of lari-1 situated 4 miles from Freepoii. In the ilireriion of Ki!tanni»2. Buffalo "totrnship. Armstron; f-nnnlv.conlainin; 100 acres, 65 cleared and undpr good feiirp; 10 of whicn are in meadow— a eood square loj dwellinr: honspand r.iWin barn erprled thereon—an apple oichard of ROltparin; trees—and a spring of ricellenl water eonrpnipnt lo 1 he house. FOR TERMS apytly to tbe subscribers residing M the Saltworks on iho Peousjlvania Canal, ln.lc above Freeport. spp 10 WiM.^j- PHH.1P BAKER. DK J. WISTON'S VeselaMe Eipectoranl Syrup.cn infatliiile rnrp for whooping COU2I1. This disea% is mostly confined to children, and is attended wilh a siiUocalinc eo"£h. ind a deep slirill sounj, called a whoop; il comes on wilh dimcu'.l b...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Morning Post — 23 September 1842

THE UTBKAsXT PQCT. ^ Fota-ax nouns Fan. T« the Sejrikj-r SfiriU Spirh of tbe mild wrsl m\oi\ C! softly ftom thy swiaet bowers strayuigk Thou ootn*8l tbe cool fount* and flow ' ra to find, Wilh the rosy boara pUyiagi Ay! when the ghwioas ere In rammers skies ii drearily lingerwqr, ' Than eotn'st and tbe •treajcleta geatte wn» TelUofthjT&aoiBg wing. ¦/'., And the dew~&-eabened flower, 'Neath the bardea of th f vuwlea* fana,r %e«ls. law; Wfiih psntve beanty in her viaograwn bower,, Feels thy kisa ua her brow. The voice of thy soli; breath, Like seraph language in the listening »krt It f»lf» u*>on the car and the heart 'naa.tit Its tooes, melu to a right Ol w«n«l on thy wing, A pleasant stroll for flowers, fonniiins, fields^ Till wearied with a joyous journeying, A dream of rest it yield*. Spirit ofthe balmy West! A summer sunset beans not on my heart, Bat I would bavrj thy pinions, &iry like, to rest And teach me what tbon art. Sj beautiful! sweet l...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Morning Post — 23 September 1842

H HIGBY—-V"- M\. Corner of Wood and Front Streett, Pi:itti.T°k. has on hand a complete as -oriiu.-niof Ciu^i-tt-warp «»iied 10 I lie rily or country ti:idp. A; sn. a f!i!.i"P splf-ction of pure while and pold Land DININO A N DTE A W A R E. in large or email sets, or fpparale pipres 10 soil purchasers. A c.isW of 46. 6(1. or K4 pippp spis. supprhlv painted and irilt Enjli-li Pliina Teaware. at very low |>rires. Toy Trnu-irf. plain, and rich pninled and gill* from I.OOto $5.tX) ppr spi Children'.- Mur/s of pvprv ilesri ipi ion . Whiip China Sharing Mu?s. Cranite Dinin" aid Tp^ tfprvipps, in whiip nnd with Kp ' endid American srpnery printed in bt«jp and lilack. A larse variety of Sipan. ' .oat Pining and Breakfa-l 5*ts, impoi-ted 10 m;iirh. complptp. Fire Proof slonp Ivakin^ plates and dishes, from the Dprliy=hirp Ponerips. Flint andfTrppn C!ns=. In a'l their varieties. Window Glass, of pvry «izp Pa'pnt PurliPt^. Tu'-s and Krplers. S-one Pipe Hpads. Sec. £c. i$-r. All of whic...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Morning Post — 23 September 1842

^> PITTSBURGH If CLEVELAND ^J__Zj» . L.I1VE. J^S^jfemS* STEAM PACKET MICHIGAN, fcggSS jl^ gMl IT. B. BOIES. Matter. RUN S dally fSund.tvs eicepted.) between PITTS. BURGH If BEAVtB. leavio; Beaver at 8 A. it. and Pittsburgh at 2 P. M. prcviAU ritk Evans's Stfe IJ Gnard to prevent Explosion of Boilers. This splendid and fasl ronnini Steam Bost has jost ooen comple:ed expressly for this trade, aod tons in onnerlion with CLJ1RKE S( Cc 's Pittsburgh and Cleveland Line of FBEIOETJSJfD P-1SSJGE BOATS, dailw to Cleveland, Ohio. Or down the Ohio canal to Mas-ilon, 4-e. and Erie Extension Line 10 Greenville. The Canal Boats of ibis Line are lowed to and from Pittst.ureh direel, and ihe business conducted t.n the mo-l prompt and economical system. Havin; sconnec. tion with the Pennsylvania Canal Lines 10 Philadelphia and Baltimore, and Stestnl>oais runnin; cown Hie Ohio river;also, through our Agents at Cleveland, with C. *!. Itepd's Sipamboais and several Lake Vessels, and ihe...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Morning Post — 23 September 1842

PROSPECTUS i For pnilis&img a hoc J5«i7jf paper in tie Cil fof Pitts 4«r~*t I» tf emlUUdlke DAILY MORNING POST. THE Subscribers having made arran-e^mK to merce ihe American Manufacturer and Pijisharjb Mercarv into one Journal, haveconcladed to trohlUh a dailv i«iper with the lit le of llw Dailm Morning Pott. The lesdin; object of tne'-PosT" will he lhedis»r-tninalionand d< fence of the political principles thai have heretofore beer, maintained t>y the Editor*, in thpir wsp-ctfre papers, and i heir liest rtforts will still bjedevoid to tbeadvancemrnt and success of those dociriiies. Although, in policies, the paper will1 he tooroashly democraiic. vet the Edilors hope, by fivin; aa lumeH, candid history of passing Political eivents. Foreijn and Domestic Intelli;ence. and brief notices of aft maltersandaccurrraees that come properly within tbesohert of a Poblic Journal, to make their paperi sufficiently in crestin- to entitle it to the p«tron»je of the nablic, i...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Morning Post — 23 September 1842

JOHN B- til'THRlE, Aiicii.imw and Coniiuis sion Meithaiii.-Vo lUti.corntr of Ifooi Sf Fifth eta. Pittsburgh: Haviu» heenappoimrd one of ihe Auctioneer* for ihe Cily of Pilsburjh. lenders his services lo jobbers, luanafacforprp and dealer*, who may be disposed to make trial of ilii? market-' He i- prepared to make advances on conffi^Timcnts of all palealHe commodities and trusts losatMy correspondents by quick sales, and speedy land favorable returns. That the various interests which may he confided to him, sna II be adequately protected, he l>rio»i to the aid uf his own experience in business and acquaintance with merchandize cenerallv, lite services of Mr. Samuel Pahxesiock; heretofore advamasronpty known, as an importer and dealer in Hardware and Cutlery, with whom a permanent encasement is made. Kf.ff.ti to Messrs. M. Tiernan. Pres'l. of M. 4- M. 1 Bank. | Darlington If Peebles, | •> BobertGalway, I » James H. Cooper, I " James May, I R.M. Kiddle, } Pillsbarg b Wm...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Morning Post — 23 September 1842

OLP RSTABLJSHED EMIGRANT OFFICE. NO. 61 SOCTH STREET. NEIV YORKJ New Tarkand Liverpool Commercial Line of Pickets. Sailing Weekly.— ThePohscriher would respwifully inform such perrons •"esidins in t his ronntry a* are desirous: for rendln* for ib^ir friend? 10 roue oot from toe old conmry. Ibal'lw rontrnoes as o«oaMo make engagements, by which pns-=rn?er? are tircn?hl out on very moderate terms, in First ' .'lai> Ships, sailin;from Liverpool weekly, and would li-snrp perrons desirons of comin; by the aliove Line, that asarent? of first resper!ability are engaged at Li verpoot, iht-re will be no detention whatever at that point. ; He is also prprvnred at all lime? so frjr»jt>h Si»hl Drafts for anvnmmini 10 assist in pieparins parjsenirets for ihe vnvairp. payable 1 hroushonl the United Kingdom, ard in f n-=p ihe pnriiPF agreed for-fboold decline;COminc out, the tm?s3?p money shall be refnnded without reduction. For farther particulars apply itby letter 10 < JOB...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Morning Post — 23 September 1842

18 42, MK- < Jftfl»«rr i «¦< Buceer P*ct* ^Mr^WP^^HjBJ> Sf fff wfrptf-^ L-^ESsE&ESS&Sr * CXtSlTELAin}, |rgpgy JttiffAA' SJll'r.. HEMPUILL. Matter, HAS commenced her regnlar trips, and mill run daily (Sundays excelled.) Leaves Beaver at S 0' clock A. M., leaves Pittsbarjh at 3 o'clock P. V. connects at Beaver with the Venmylvcnia and Ohio Line ot Frelshl aod Packet Canal twain between Beaver, and Cleveland Ohio, and Greenville, Pennsylvania. iLeavea P-eaver daily at 6 o'clock P. M. This line coiiBects with twod^i ly lines on the Peirsylvania canal to Philadelphia, and with me New York and Ohio line 00 Hie Erie canal, and New York and Ohio line and Ohio canal, al. so with ste-;m rre!'lil ami passage boats, brigs and schooners, on the Lakes. The proprietors of «liis well known line will lie prepared on the opening or navigation to transport merrhan>Hueto any of the intermedt ate ports tin the Pennsylvania and Ohio, and Ohio canals;toany por...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Morning Post — 23 September 1842

GREAT S\LEOFPENSSVLVANI* LANP/S. *c. RT ATCTIOS.—Will he sold byjPuWic Auction, without rpjrrrrr, forrasii.io close thp;concprn. at lire Hall of Ihp Siarlborongh Clrapel, in Bo~lf>n, on Tuesday. ihefnurtv dav of Oeinher next, commencing at nine of llieclorfe in the forenoon, ^ All Hip property ofihe IT nited States Land Com pan? consist iT,o <if al,oiji 140.000 Acrps of snnrl and well watered Farminrand Grazintrand vpry valuable Timltpr Land, lyins in JeiTpr. son, MrKr-an and Clearlield counties ^ in the P'ale of Pr-nnsvlvaoia—on parts of which there H abondanc* of Coal. Lime qnd Iron Ore. and manv Will seats; And of Ciaims asainst sundry pprsons for land sold ' vins in said ronnlie=, thnt are considered jrood. And o- plork and Tools on a F.irm In the township -if Bradford, in 1 lie conn'y of McKean, IB said Stale of Penn ^ -Tlrnnia Tiie land will lie sold in lots to suit purchasers, con. T.iiniri'r from nHont 120 lo 5000 ncrps. Further particulars will he nrarle kno...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Morning Post — 23 September 1842

EVANS'S CAMOMILE PlJLJLiLS.-ABRA BAM J. CLEMEB, residing at 66 Man rtreei. Mew York, was affiietedl with Oyspeaaa 4a Ha arost aggnraleri form. Tbe ayaptaens were violent badache, gnat 4eUltlr. fare*, eoatireMsrs, coDgta, heart. horn, pain in Uw cbest mat sbmeh always after ealin», impaired appetite, seroatioa «f ainkiBg at tbesomeb, farred tottgne, Bao»a. wHk frequent vetaitiag* , dizxioeH towards nigUl aBdrestlecen. Tfae>eba4 coBtlnbedaft. arard of a iwelveaiosib, wkeo. oa eowalti^ Dr. Wi». Erans. 100 Ckatbam street, and nhwMJag 10 fata enr ¦aeeoiAit iBdasTreeaMe node of Ifeatfol, Ita paUeot waa eonpteleJT reMOred u» teajlii in l|w «*ort s|laeeef eaMaMUk,M4crakAI lortfKiaealeataUebeawMMrir. tt, * Mly caae tmmiMmi -*aiB«eer«4 Uw •koicatau Ttt «¦!«, WkoicalcaatfKeuH ty B.S. 8BI>UEK8, Ae nrt, mfU '- Se.«UWM<tiMUMMr ami. Tjjilfr GOOBER Celeinlei Female PilU. These ¦ * ' L^MUaiBslrorisiy recommeode,] to the notice of the ladies as a sale and efficient remjrdy ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Morning Post — 23 September 1842

<^tM«p|g^aiye>p»i PITTSItCROaM-lRKBrS. Tkunttay, Sept. 23.1841. RKroRTKD VOR THC MORNlWo POTI, BY ISAAC HARR1?. The weaj,'icr having changed ant} become quitoj cold for the scaaon will force on the fall trade, and nothing bat the great scarcity oF money keeps back and delays a most excellent Fall busineu, aa our Merchants and Mnnur aclur<>r« have fine assortments and people visitinfr the Pittsbargh nrarket with money or good country produce will find excellent stocks and good bargains. We notice a good many goods passing through our streets to the warehouses, canal and steamboats, and a good deal doing in the forwarding way. Flour, Wheit and Bjcot has fallen a shade; but rnosL kinds of cjuntry produce wi 1 command ready sale, either in cash, or in exchange for goods, or when cish cannot be paid, good country produce will be taken at fair prices for debts due, eo that country merchanls are advised lo visit our market vvHhuut delay with all the casl...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Morning Post — 23 September 1842

Some say that Isaac Hill is going to Washington to start a Tyler paper. Hon. Jas. Fenner, a Damocrat, in Rhode Island, is President of the Convention for forming a Constitution. Georgia is going ahead in the produc« lion of Wheat. Itis said that within a few years past an immense sum has been invested in the erection of flouring Mills. A biography of John C. (Jolt the murderer, has been published in New York. The ec ' itor of the N. O. Advertiser is recovering from the wound received in a - .'uel: Grace Pomham, the last of the Pe^uods died in New London, Conn. "We do not believe Lewis Cass wouIJ endorse Dorr."— Prov. Chron. Of course he would'nt, nor any other man who would stand up for the rights of the people, as Gov. Dorr has. Paulding has nearly completed a new novel. The Firemen of Philadelphia have had another disgraceful fight, in Christian st. Brick-bats flew so thick that the citizens had to close their houses. Hon. B, Champneys has been nomina - ted for Senator in the ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Morning Post — 23 September 1842

mum wmm post The Gasetie, in reply to onr reqaest to point oat the anti-tariff articles which have appeared in this paper, resort* to the miserable subterfuge of quoting- an article from the "Manufacturer" jof Dec. 15.1833i in rapport of its charges. Ifthis atlicle had been Written by oneof the editors of the Post, and was much more anti.tariff than it is, it would not, in the slightest degree, go to show that the "Post" is whit the Gazette »«r« it if—an Anli* Tariff paper. But the editor of the Giretle should have known better than to attempt to prove his cher-ge by sac.h evidence, even though it was delved out of hteold files by his preceptor H» editorship, the indefatigable Craij. It i« fufficienl to show the weakness of this manojuvre, to say that the exiract alluded to appeared in the Manufacturer nearly ¦¦; ten yean agt, and FIVE YEARS before THOSJtAS PHILLIPS became editor o t that paper. Ho* would the editor of the Gazette and his preceptor, Mr. Craig, like it if the p...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Morning Post — 23 September 1842

From ihe diiinileiphia CxpreF*. The Slanderer ot Female Character It is in charmer with the Clay Whigs to honor the calumniator of female refutation. i\o bt-tter evidence need be offered than the meeting held at the Museum, >>n Friday evening last by the friends of Air. Clay. We recommend our readers to peruse fire following extract from a letter published ' iy Jonathan Roberts in the Democratic Press, August 14th, 1827. Kllmct of a Letter froir Jonathan Roberts lo Samuel D Iu;ham. 'Yon at that sams time and in the same «i>irit heaped adulatory praises on Gen. Jackson. To wha I have offered lo your I'oueideralion in either case, you have maintained silence, fxcept that you have found Mrs. Jackson 'an amiable and unoffending lady.' ' This you say of a woman whose ' .toss irregularity had made her a subject of S'ate Legislation, and whose guilt has been rsiablished by the verdiet of a jury. You deem her 'pious;' she may be so; she has just cause for penitence. I...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Morning Post — 23 September 1842

THORN'S TEA-BERRY TOOTH WASH—^J JVrw Invalxiablc Remeilj.—The extreme hrnuly of ihe Teeth, their indispensable use, and ihe frequency of their di'cay. has lea lo many Invenilons for their preocrvation; yet how lo pre- ferrc them in a slate of health an pristine lieanlv, lo Ihe latesi periods of pjcistenre, wasenltrelv unknown unlil the discovery of the above Invaluable preparation. It forms a pore tlnnure composed ofvej etable Ingredients, and is possessed of the must delicious odor. It eradicates tarlar from the leeth, remores spots of incipient decay, polishes and preserves the enamel, to which it «ive« a pearl-like whiteness, and, from 1l» riisln. fecting properties, possesses ll\e virine of giving sweetness lo Ihe breath. As an Anti Scorbutic, the Gums also share in ilslrans ccdent powers; Scurvey is eradicated from them, a heathy action and redress is induced, which offers to the notice ofthe medicl praciitioner tnduhitahte evidence of their healthful slate. It haa been exami...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Morning Post — 23 September 1842

.,i Oar OpIitoB JCMctly. The Prp*ideBd«H <3b«m»cle says that "if politicians wd^ M M people alone, the coming five yf«rt inthis country will bo of unexampled p rosperity." We will spen have a gold and silver cur. reDcy, and if the Banks will be permitted to go out of existence altogether as their charters expire, and no new ones created .to supply their place, the next time we hear the cry of distress, it will be caused by something else than a derangement of the currency. We don't object lo all Banks, but only Banks chartered by Legislation, with privileges which are denied to citizens who are not stockholders. j . Neither uo we object to paper money; but we protest against the power which a . few rich men now posses of issuing three, four, five, and sometimes ten dollars in pa-I per fur one in specie. If we must have i paper, the demands of commerce will cre-! ate it—it will be a paper cu rrency, while for every dollar in circulation there will be : a dollar to redeem it....

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Morning Post — 23 September 1842

Suicide. Dr. Peters, the proprietor of Peters's Pills, conjmitted suicide in New York on Saturday last,, by hanging himself to the bedpost. The act was occasioned by depression of spirits, produced by extensive speculations, which, by their unfortunate termination,have involved him in pecuniary difficulties. Those speculations bad no connection with bis medical business, wbich is in a flourishing condition, and yielding a profit that would soon have relieved him from all his embarrasments. A coal mine, which he owned in Rhode Island, and which has swallowed up immense sums, while it refunded little or nothing, was the principal cause of his misfortunes. Still he was by no meant a bankrupt, but has left behind hire more than will satisfy all claims against him, and leave a handsome support for his family, which consists of a wife and two children.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Morning Post — 23 September 1842

LOOK AT THIS. The attention ^fiho-e who have been somewnat seenticaI in reference 10 the numerous certificates published in favor of Dr. Swayne's Compound Sjn-up ofWildClter. ry,on account ofthe persons helng unknown in this sec tion of the State,is respectfully directed to the following certificate, Ihe writer of which has been a eillzen of (bis borough for several years, and Is known as a gentleman of integrity and responsibility. To tie J9#ent, Mr. J. Kirbt. I have used Dr. Swayne's Comp and Syrup of Wild Cherry for a cough, with which I have lieen severely afflicted for about four mouths, and I have no hesitation In saying lhat It is the most effective medirme thall have been able 10 procure. It compose* all uneasiness, and agrees well with my diet,—and roantalnsn regular and good appetite. I can freely recommend it to all others similarly afflicted. J. Mixhicjc, Borough of Chamnersb'g. March 9,1X40. • sen 23 Poraa 'eby WILLIAM THORN No. Sj Market street. H SITES' JfERrEJlJfDB...

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