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.:M r ar.22,
For' President in 1841, '
. 2 OF: NEW TORR..
For Ike- President,
COL: RICHARD M. JpitNiClN,
[Subject to decivion•W a National Convention.)
• and lice President.
" s !'i Senatorial.
Electors for Frestilen
-. • Wrzsoar IrPCAsn
1. George p. Lehman. I
2. Christian Kneass.
3 William H. Elmith.l
4. John Hill, (Phila.)
5. Samuel E. Leech.
6. Samuel Camp. _
7. Jesse Sharpe..
B.N. W. Sample.
1-9. Wm. Heidenrich.
10. Conrad Shinier.
11. Stephen Biddy.
12. Jonah Brewster.
13. George Schnabel.
14. Natit'l B. _Eldred.
,15. M. N. Irvine.
16: Jaines WoOdbom.
17.. Hugh Montgomery
18. Isaac Ankney.
19. John Maithowa
20. William Patterson:
21. Andrew. Burke.-
22. John M'Gill.
23. Christian Meyers.
24% Robert Orr. , ,
HON. HENRY A. •MUHLENIVIJRG,
OF BERKS. I,
For Canal Commissioner,
HAIL: STORM AT AxnEws:—.A. letter
received from Athens, dated May 13,
gives the. following account of a . hail
storm at that place.
S ' Saturday afternoon last; we . ; had
quite a hail-storm. The morning was
quite cool. the afternoon quite warm,
and about 6.1 3 : M., a:,,sudden squall
from the West -was accompanied by
torrents of rain, and 'hail-stones as
largikas hickory nuts. Probably 1500
panes of glass were broken in _this vil
lage, and many valuable and beautiful
trees blown down or otherwise injured.
The hail fell but 10 or 15 minites. I
have heard - of no damage done above
or below us."
PicTune GALLER.Y.—We have • re
ceived the two' first numbers of a beau
tiful pictorial work entitled the Pic-
ture Gallery of the Old and ,New
Worldprinted at the Republic"es;
tablishment, New York city. .It is
issued weekly, contains 16 large and
closely piinted pages, and is altogether
a credit to the Fine Ails. Price 121
cents a number, or $6,25 per year.
James Mowatt, sole agent, 174 Broad
.Y. A specimen may be seen
TILE TARIFF BILL DEFEATED.--' he
new 'Tariff bill reported in Copgreps
by Mr. McKay, was defeated,) on Fri
day, 10th inst., in the House. Mr.
Elmer of New Jersey, (dem.).moved to
lay it upon the table which was carried
by a vote of 105 to 99. The entire
delegation from. Pennsylvania, dero
crat and whig, Voted for Mr. Elmer's
motion. His vote puts the matter -at
Woof.--The attention of -Formers is
called to an advertisement in our columns
by the Messrs. Grant's of Ithaca, want-,
mall the wool produced in the regions
round about. Wool growers are offered
a ready and profitable exchange of cloth
for their wool, which, we have no doubt
will be found far preferable' to the usual.
• process of manufacturing by manual la
1 nugtispar.pnia.--The riots, of which
we gave an account last -week, hsve en
tirely ceased, and, peace and quiethave
once more resumed ,their reign`in that
city. The Governor was sent for ; Who
ordered troops ,from Hartisburg and Lan
caster, who arrived too late to be effi
cient. - The entire loss is estimated at
Suaopom DvprrisT.—Dr.. Sumner,
-may f 'now be found at Mr. Cross', and
we would advise every one desirions of
having operations Perfonned`npOn their
teeth, to improve' his limited stay. in
ij. fiENATORpThe Connecticut
Maw of Representativei have chosen
Hop.`/Lutz HUNTINGDON, as United
States &gator for 'six years commenc
ing from the ~ t h of March next.' He
is a whig.
N Ew p h ygg....A. new paper has
been extablished at' La.neatter; edited
by Ca. darter, in 'his ben manner. It
is called the " Lancaster , Demtwat."
We wish the Cot. lumen s 444 "-al
that." • = , , ,
DEII,TiI OF DAVID BA11,14131i ! •••••Daia.
Barnum proprietor of ,the
Bahintoree -die4 *that thy on"the 10th
Pennons Ativneismen..Mr. _Sohn
Wise, the !entailed lirollatli t Made an ,
eXCUtlliOtt from Hollidaysburg, cm Sat-.
nrday4th inst.; and with , a a *oat.
thrilling and Ild"00 1114
ascension *as triads itythelitidei of a
wai with. the: greater.diffe
nulty that the process of inflation could.
be PerfOrnied and the net-work, .duriag
the pence's : , gave way :about the (bp of
the balloon. At the time Me. Wise cut
the rope, a bulb as large as a hogshead
prothaled through . the . rupture of the
netting: The ballon took a Northerly
direction, and ascended 4000 feet, when
it encountered a violent gale from the
West,Swinging it to and frci, and crackz,
'ing the net -Work at every Mr.
Wiss;iahis account,says his heart began
to sicken at the idea of his falling away
from the bedtime at that height. He
resorted to 'the expedient of throwing
the weight - of his body, upon the valve
top. This necessarily - Opened, The
valVe to its full extent, and must Soon
bring the'machine to ,the ground. But
the velocity of the wind (being at the
rate of about 'fifty miles per hoer) car t
ried him le miles befoie he reached
terra firma. threiv out his
anchor, but it caught against a fence and
broke the rail. Mr. W.-then attempt
ed to jump fr'om the car into a 'plough
ed field, but the balloon, rose with - a
violent surge, and he as caught -by
one of his legs in a hiteb of .the rope.
He grasped the drag-rope and held on,
in an inverted position-, until the bal.-
loon dashed him into a high tree. He
took a hitch to a limb of the -tree, and
then exidevored to extricate - his
the tree bending ready to break by the
tossing of the balloon, pnd he only suc
ceeded in getting clear by drawing off
llisloot, which be lost in the car. The
annalls increased in violence, snapped
the lope which held the balloon to the
tree, and in h few moments it dashed
out of sight, the car keeping it in tol
erable trim. ' Mr. W. says:--
I discovered, in viewing the machi
nery, that I had taken unifecessary
alarm in the breaking of the net-work,
as. it plainly proved itself sufficiently .
Arcing to have borne its load to any de
stred distance. My regret was en
hanced by the - favorable opportunity
'that was before me of reaching Phila
delphia by early candle light . . After
soliloquizing in the tree top- ,, upon the
day's adventure for a while; I began to
clamber down its trunk, leaving the
end of the drag-rope dangling in its
top, read) for a port of entry to touch
at in my contemplated trip from Pitts
burg across the mountains to the eas
tern cities, as soon as I can rig up a
The Catskill, (N Y.) Recorder con
tains a notice a balloon being Totind in
that county, oirtlie evening of the same
day on which it was lost, which shows
the incredible rapidity with which it
convention is ifibe held in Harrisburg
on the 30th of this month, by the friends
of the Christain sabbath, for the pUrßose
of devising means for promoting a faith
ful observance of this sacred day.
• his recommended that public meet
ings be held iu the various towns of the
StatP to appoint delegatesi,and to suggest
topics. of general inierei3t for the bonside
ration Of the Coniention. Where'slich
tonot be held, Churches are
to make the appointmTnts.
Will not our citizens, or at least due
Churches take' measures to be . represen
ted ? NO time'should be lost.
CormEcTiavT.-4togei S. Bald win
was elected Governor of Connecticut
by the legislature of that State,
Thursday;--by a majority of 23 on juint
ballokt, and took the oath of Office. :7 -
The menage of the new Governor was
then presented to the two #ouses..—
The;State is out of debt, and' ready tto
meet all its responsibilities. • Gover
nor B a ldwin takes_ occasion to say a'
few Words against si annexation." He
also referete'the probability 'that the
Legislature may he called on to appoint
a Benator id, the-place of ann. J. M.
MONEY FOUND IN A Jett.' YARD.—
Several hundred dollars in gold we
found last ireek. burled under.a huip
'of coal ashes, in the 'yard - of the
jail at - Reading. 'When and:by +atom
the money`'waa there,4idden, mye. :
tery. The Guiteitisaye. it ' bas been
conjectured that it may have been coo
coaled by - Oechinan 'or Rinehart; who
were tried .and the latter convicted and
executed, far,itlie Murder. of Christ, a
fowyeara age4 , 4l thie ie hardly prob
able. • '
F iday, May-to, 1844.
13 vamemBitiMIT*1••Ta•cog4 11 '4" 1 '
110 1 .4 t money for . 1 04 20 re".
eetved. , , Verdict fohnant. •
‘.• • f o x ;th e defed
• • •
GREEN TO vir. Vi l uutt gyp..
Issue directed by .the - Court. - 'irerdict
for the defendant by consent. I
:TO the case:of dcinintiOnwealdi
Sin:ll3loW a int:tibia, was inatlct...by
Bollock (or a new trial, and reasons filed
therefor, and in attest of judgment. The
defendants were both bound over,to ap
pear at the next sessions,and wait.the
result of their,application fora new trial.
Saturday, May 110844.
Wamtat : B. Cull= * l6 'W .6l4 ' C.
DRINKWATER. Ejectinent for a tract of
land situate in the -township of 'Rome.—
Verdict for the plaintiff.
Monday, May 13, 1844.
The Court, this morning, sentenFed
Wm. S. Miller, convicted of.:arson last
week, to an.imprisonment of three yeari,
in the Eastern Penitentiary. •
Tuesday,•May 14,1844. '
ANN E. BULL EXEOUTRIX,OF,JAMEST.
BULL DECD VS. WM. 'PLierr, , STELLA
Anus AND GEO. W. MEET. This was
an action of foreign -attachment ' in Us
sumpsit, for roonerpaid, - laid out and ex
pended at the special instance, and ie.
quest of the defendant.. ' •
, James P. Bull and Myron Ballard
weresureties for the plaintiff's . in two
actions of ejectment brought in the
ted States District Court for the western
district of Pennsylvania, one of which
was by Stella Avery, William Platt and
Geo. W. Avery against John Decker,
Isaac Jonea, and Edward Herrick, and
the other by the same plaintiff's against
Niel. McDuffie and Edward' Herrick,
both which resulted in favor of the de
fendants,—James P. Bull, having paid
tbe,costs, then intituted the present suit
to recover of Platt and the Avery's the
amount of cnets, which he, as surety for
them, had been compelled to, pay. The
evidence disclosed on the trial tended to
show, that there was an arrangement be
tween Bull and the Avery's to defray
jointly the expenses of carrying on the
suit against Herrick &c. ; and the Court
intimating, that .proper forth of action
would be account render, and not -as
sumpsit, the plaintiff took a non-suit,
with leave to move to take it off.
CALEB CUMMINGS vs. ANSON WEBB.
This was an action brought to recover of
the defendant, acting constable of Ridg
beg township at the time the alleged of
fence was committed, the penalty of fif
ty dollars each for two charges of illegal
fees made by, hitn.for executing certain
process in favOr of th - e---plaintiff. The
law in' relation to this subject is 'thus
laid down" very particularly m 17 Ser
geant and Rawle, page 81.
Ignorance of the law will not excuse
in any case; and this principle is appli
cable, and with irresistable force to the
case of an officer selectedlor his capaci
ty, and in whom ignorance is unpardona•
ble. The very acceptance of the office
carries *ith it an assertion of a sufficient
share of intelligence to enable the party
to follow,a guide provided for him, With
an unusual attention to clearness and pre
cision. On any: other - principle, a con
viction would seldom take place, even in
cases of the most flagrant abuse ; for pre.
text would never be wanting. &Mad
policy, therefore requires that the officer
should be held to act at his_peril, and we
are of the opinion that the absence of a .
corrupt motive, or the existence of an
eentent-by-the_p_aity_ injured furnishes
no justification for
WednesdAy, May 15, 1844.,
In the;case* of, Cumrniris Ns. Webb,
the jury to day, returned a' verdict of one
hundred dollars in favor of plaintiff. .
_ GEORQE DECKER; THOMAB DECKER,
LIMAN DECKER, HORACE KELSEY, JOHN
CouRTRIonT, SCHUYLER GATES, SAM'L
HALDWIN AND• WiLBER PETERS VS. STE.
MIEN STILES. • •_ • •
,This was an action against the consta.
ble of South Creek township, forcharg.
iug an illegal fee of fOurdollars for aisle- .
Lance in arresting• the plaintiffs'by virtue
of a warrant issued on complaint of J. R.
Coolbaugh. Preiious to the trial, Schuy- .
ler Gates sent 'to the Justice in writing a
request to discontinue the action, eo
'as he was concerned; whiCh waif eccor.
dingly done by the Justice: Afterwards
the Justice rendered judgment in Jiver
of the Plaintiff's for fifty 'dollars;' from/
Which decision the plaintiff appealed.—
After, the Jury.had' een sworn ; the Court,
after examining the transcript °Of the. Jut.
dee, and finding that one of the
had discontinued; expressed an opinion
that the B.4*mi:taint joint or a penalty
accruing to ther' ; ',!hole,: the action as, it.
then *as . enni not
,he euetained. The'.
Iri the course remarks made in re;
ticttiie - case Oie,Couvt gave the,
following dieftin: Tbat it is the dutY
of every good citizen, when called upon'
by the , timetable to'render assistance in
the at of an.offender against the laws,
and if any one refusei.ln lend Ins aid, he
would be liable to an indictment.
ETHAN, BALDIVIN DAVID CA1311...•.*
This watfan 'action brOught to reeiniir of
the lefentient, lateprothruiotary :'of Brad:
foid connty r the penalty of fifty-dollars,
imposed by the Act of Assembly for to=
king illegal fees in the caaeof the School'
Direetors of Towanda Dot.Ough againit
Daniel.Vanderciok colleeter - of-school
taxes. The Court charged the Jury that
they must End for .the defendant. The
jury however went out, and after remain
ing snme time, having proettred by means
of the constable a pamp hlet 'containing ,
a compilation , of the school laws, sent
him! into Court with a qunption in iefer
enc'e. to the law for the Court to answer.
The Court thereupon afii: having infor-
tiled the constable of the impropriety of
doing as , be had, dkreCtedl him to bring in
therJury ; and on their app'earance, the
Court addressed them in nearly the fol
lowing words: -
" We have sentfor you gentlemen be
cause the constable came into court bring
ing'a book and 1 question for the Court,
to answer. It is strange indeed, that the
constable who is shorn to keep you with
out separating and not to speak to you
unless it be for . the puiiiise of asking
whether you have agreed ,enjour ver
dict, should yet think,; that he would
have, the privilege of precuring hooks
and writings and handing !them into the
jury. It is a matter imPoitOnt to the pu
rity of the administration ;iif justice, that
the jury receive no , evidence or informa
tion of any kind after therhOve retired to
their room, unless it be given publicly by
the Court in the presence of both parties.
And whenever such a cOrse of proceed
ing occurs, the Court rwvould set aside
the verdict, let it go which: way it might,
and giant a new trial, on the application
Of either porgy. If , the 4ury were "per
mitted to , receive inforintion privately,
the constable, at their request might go
to a witness, and obtain his statement in
writing and bring it before the jury; such
a proceeding would be ,a`had precedent;
and both the constable :and Yourselves
would be] liable to be fined. Under the
circumstances, however, ;we have no
doubt that you acted inadvertently in the
matter; and you are now discharged from
any further consideration of this else."
HEZEKTAR BAUX STEPHEN VRO•
Iv& Trespass for taking and carrrying
way three hundred and:fifteen rails.
Verdict for the plainfiff three dollars
and fifty cents. I " i
Thursday, May - 18, 1844:
ABIGAIL SWARTOD' RriL FREDERICK
FISHER. rhis was an action of replev-.
in in the detinet brought by the plaintiff
to recover the value of ascertain bay colt
alleged to be her prop erty; and damages
for its unjust detention; The colt had
been levied upon and Bold 'by virtue of
two executions as theipoperty of James
Swartout and bid off Ibi Mr. Fisher.—
The prciperty, as apPeared from . the re
turn of the sheriff, being doigned, that
is, removed so as not;te be found, the is
sue in the . present case was tried to as-
I certain The right to the; colt described in
I the'wrii. It was contended on the Part
of the Plaintiff,• that she 'had in fact, Pur
l-chased this colt.ofJaMes, sometime pre
vious to any execution. issuing-agains
The 'defencelei - up Was that the alleg
ed transfertwas a family matter; and that
if there; was anything about a sale 4811,
it was all mere talk,,and la fireside-trans
action that in fact, no change of posses
sion took place at the time of the preten.
'tied safe . ; and 'that the Constable, when
he: ent to leVy on the colt,_ was interm.
ed by, her that it, had:been sold by' Jimes
to Weiley, a minor child of hers.
Friday, May 17,1844;
Line: Small vs: Rttraxix
oERwOr.; to this fa cti o n, the plaintiff
sought, to recover two 'thousand dollars
damages lor breach of 'preedse of mar .
riage. Iteppare4ai at the time Mr.
U. paid his tuldresscsMiss Smith, he
was a t stadent- medicine reshliiig in .
Roxbury; Delaware co.. N. Y, she re
siding' .'there. : at thei same lime likewise
with her - father.:: Arta he had ` paid his
sddreSse#tgiNialsrgull , for some 600-,
Mi. U. lnforined fOer; that lie*
agovi l to:nOrry hill'AßPOtertPreviderl,
he would give his consent;.that, he•ex
:ll4o. 1 0 . Ea; into busine ss, and
then m ar ry Lydia:; ,:&Omit was
'given, r lint,lnstead of, fulfillinitliont
limn engagements inta*hichlieladen
, terid, lie sadly d4appointed he _who had
reposed inehiintplicit ennOdetiee in him,
and subsequently married another lady.
B a yi ng l e ft Roxbury he was found and
arrested, in BradfoNcoanty;,inFetottary
1843, and was afterwards held
thajury found a venl!ct of one thou
sand dollars_fOr the plaintiff._
; 13stnwriv, vs. CAstr. Several cases
:penalty in taking illegal fees Were fried
yesterday' and to-day and decided in•fa
amof the 'defendant. The grounds on
which. some of them were decided, were,
that the plaintiff was not in coMenipla
tion of law; the injured party, and in oth
ers that there was no act ofassetnbly
'posing a penalty. Thcise which were
decided on the ground that the plaintiff
was knot th e Party injured, were.sWhere
Dr. B. - had 'acted merely' as attorney or
agent in paying the fees. ,The. ground
on which- the plaintiff relied in one case
was, that the legal fee Corn writ of re
plevin was only fifty cents. - The defen,
dant contended that replevin in the fee
bill was included the words, ":every oth-
er writ 76 " eta ;" that then ,was no spe
cific mention any where in "the fee bill of
this writ. The Court decided . for th e
defendant.' Another case was, . where
the Prot. bad received the fee for making
entry in the judgment docket, before the
service performed, and wheiiia fact, as '
the De. alleged There was
. no judgment
docket kept by Mr. Cash, at all. It was
decided that be had voluntarily paid the
fee being a legal one and that the Act for
keeping a judgment docket was passed
in 1827, : after the act giving a penalty,
In the case of Swartont vs. Fisher, the
jury could not' agree, and were to-day
- DEATH IST THE MINES.--On Wed
nesday week a miner named Thomas
Brown, residing at Beaver Meadow, in
the employ of the Beaver Meadow
Coal Co. was killed instantly, while
passing down the - slope of one .of the
mines, by two loaded coal. cars, which
broke from the chain when near the
top of the slope, and descending with
fearful tepidity, struck him-as he was
walking down, and mangled him in a
m9st shocking manner.
SINGULAR DEATH.-4 citizen of Ma
-.hawk, Ohio, came to his death on Mon
day in a most singular manner. He
was engaged in writing a letter, and
accidentally pricked his finger ander
the nail with a steel pen ; he paid no
attention to the wound at the time, 'but
in a few days afterward the finger be
gan to inflame and swell—:on Monciay
he was seized with lock-jaw, with
Which terrible _disease he died.. His
name was Madeira,
FOREIGN IslE;ms.—The, steam shill
Hibernia arrived at Boston, on Sunday
sth, bringing fifteen dayi -later intelli
O'Connell has not been 'sentenced,
but him and all his co-conspirators are
struggling for a new trial, with what
success. we shall'be better able to state
by the nest arrival. •
The Texas question of Annexation
had reached. England, and produced a,
very great sensation in political circles.
BLOCKADE OF "VERA entrz.—The
New YOrk Republic says it has Private
letters from London stating that the
French Government have ordered all
their vessels - of war round the West In
dircolistto:_proceed• to Verkdruz, for
the purpose of blpera'ding that' port. - --,
This step is supßused to have been to- .
ken in consequence of the decree issued
by Santa Anna. 'prohibiting foreigners
from retailing goodrin Mexico:'_' The
news had produced an effect .on the
Mexico stocks. ;,.
DELEGATE DEAD.---gr, Billings, a
delegate to theglate Whig Convention,
Imm Vermont, died at, Baltimore, in
Thutsday. Bth inst., after 'a 'short ill
S EUTORRESIONED:--F. W, Hrigliee
Senutor, from. Schuylkill teunty, has
resigned his. seat in the Senate of tbis
Commonwealth. Mr 11, wati'eleeted
last fall, and had yet two years to serve.
Private business was the arise. -
• FAIIIIIODULEM)IS' TIIE Wouiu.—The
horse: Fashiiii his • again', eMiqueeed
uien'tliti turf, The OnVelitfit!,.*:ll4
the heree Cotaile).: 'Time,i4 Miles
7. minutes, and
News huts au s a u tit
The great Elm Tree on B
mon 176 years old. It vi e l i t
j . year '1670, by Captain
Henchman, Forty-be y ears 3
treat elm had a large-httoW • 113
was vapidly decaying, but wal
in the mode reconamendid by p o
by clearing the cis* of rotten
no - filling it with a chavesiooo
posed principally of limn, rubbiob
old buildinka, and clay and thin
stoiedi w now apparentlr a i 0 0
hog as l ever, without any ap'pe nta ,
the hollow,. Which 'was since
enough, for n.boy to. hide himself.
`Joe Smith is to be the eandida
the Mormons for President o f
United States at the next
—so the western paper s a ny .
A Bimini Plough has t been intro,
in Scotland; for ploughini in m a
and buggy !dui, where horses
An armed 'highwayman, named
jah Strand, *robbed a couutryo lano
wallet, at Lowell. He wa s anent ,
Boston, and two loaded' ,
knife found on his person,
A young lady of great personal ,
ty, entered theilluntiery of 16
Mercy : last' Thursday in_ Pi .
Penns. ; is,the daughter oft
An upright tree ten feet high h u
found in the coalmines of St, lit
The great western locontotie
from London to Bristol, 10
in one hour and a half! Too fag
Joseph Bartlet, Captain done:,
canal boats on the Union' Trani,
Lion Line, Phil., for robbing lan
ployers, convicted-at Lancaster,
sentenced to two years and
months confinement in the Pei
A breach of promise case wee
lately at Dayton, Ohio. Sarah
heart prosecuted one Se6.stias
ler for not coming up to the se
he had said he would. It be'.
affair of the heart, the jury
that it would take $4OO to,hedi
Rosanna Keen, the colored git!
murdered Mr. Seely by poisoning
hung, at Bridgeton, N. J. We
stand she made a confession to
the reverend gentlemen who
her. While in prison sbe attack.
keeper ; and, on one 'occasion
nearly effected her escape. Th.
cution took place in the jail
about 21 o'clock, P. M., and the
was cut down about 4 o!clofk.
J. W,. Webb, editor of the
York Courier, and row a leading
once said that Henry Clay:in ue
the high office of President of the
ted States to John Q. Adams; an
ceiving in return the ,appointor
Secretary. of State, consuurat4
greatest hishonor to the country,
adds: All the waters of the .
will never wash that stain fru
character of Henry Clay."
Mr. Ellsworth, Comicial .
Patents, says the experimeataiatn
cottage erected by himself at Niu‘
ton, in view of the Capitol, and
is two Stories in height; stands,
and appears as•handsotne as the
brick house; and is warm in
,and ol'in summer. Some hared
ed the policy of erecting such 11l
in cold climates, bur in-Canada
buildings have been successfully t
" We see it stated that; C 01.13
of Madison county, N: Y., .is °
way to Washington '
motion, which he has karats!
motive power of which is stem
Mrs. Elizabeth .Chase; of
was born in 1739 and consequee
in her 105111 . year. The oltlee
son now living in 'that city.
The bill providing for the
Canal Commissioners, by, thel
which passed the New VA Sea
Fridarlast, was carried
Assembly on Monday, by th e
vote of ayes 86'to noes 22.
Millard Pillmore of New Yor
wrtten a letter, in Which he say
am decidedly, . unqualifiedlyll
promisingly opposed to thesnue
of Texas to the United,State s."
&portable gaslight has be!ti
ite4 at Lyons, Which is applio
the smallest candlestieks, and -LI
carried about with the greatest (
' Q. A. trewnsan the celebrate
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