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S. S. WINCIIESTF.I4EDITOR
Tiinkimnnock,Tuos..Marth '25,1 :t.-;1
run. GgvErtivou, ,
Of Charfiettl County.
The building of the bridge across the
river at this place, was let by the Di
rectors, on 'Wednesday last to IVniel.
.A. Bardwell of this place, and Col. W m.
W. Jeffertes, of Philadelphia. The
company have been fortunate in getting
responsible, thOrough going and egicient
mends contractors. Cot. JetfierieS came
wet!' tecomMended as an old experinced
bridge builder. Having been engaged
fot a, number of years in the business,
he necessarily brings with him improved
skill and ,much practical information.
His partner, Mr. Bardwell, bears the
name in this community of being a
shrewd, active business man, and well
acquainted with the rule of number one,
and so 'far as our knowledge extends, we
-believe he has never been overestimated.
With such men to do the work, we May
expect that, it will be done well and
with great promptness.
-a"." The democracy of this county
will soon be called' upon to select and
place in nomination competent and NN'Or
thv men to fill the various offices. There
is to be elected this fall, a- Sheriff, isto
thonotary, two Associate Judges, Re- .
gister and Recorder, and Commissioner,'
beside the Members, &c. The duties ap
pertaining to . these offices are of a respon-i
sible and important character, and it be-";:
'hooves the party to make selection of
competent men and sound and reliable
democrats. lyc. want none of the strat
gu...tta pertha democrats, with which
the county is infested, placed in nomi
nation. We make these suggestions-'
thus early as a_true sentinel upon .the I
watch tower, to warn - the people, to be
prepared to defend themselves against
the plots and counter-plots of the cor
rupt demagogues that are already at
work scheming, for their selfish aggran
dizement. Democrats of the out town
ships be watchful of your rights.
Wyoming ahead on the Turf
We-wore shown a letter the other
day by Col. Daniel A. Barnwell, givinm
an account of the black trotting horse
sold by hini a short time ago to Wm. S.
Wells, of Wilkesharre. Mr. Barnwell
sold 'tor 13300—Wells sold him in a
short tithe for $5OO or s6oo,since which,
the letter states, he has been sold twine
—in Newark and Baltimore—at New
ark fot $3,000, and at Baltimore for
sB,oob. It also states,that he has made
time at 2.26—the fastest trotting on the
annals of the turf, _ which places .the
lame .of Wyoming far ahead of all
petition for fast nubs. Let the high met
tled Chlialry Of the South .boast of their
pure. bloodecl importedchargers ; but,
the fleet 'fooled steins raised upon Wyo
ming's classic hills-are bound to wear
the laurels of victory. ThisiS a great
country. - - . . i
The Pittston Gazette, in, speak
ing of a settlement in Prospective. onthe
Otfiei'Sideof the river says it may in
deec e Considered a central part or
suburb 'Of Pittgton itself." rillich will
you liaVe gentlemen, the Ventralpart
or's/barb-1 , We don't see linw it tan be
Thii rernizi'ds,us of an announcement
_made riot long since,of the
fact that,Dr. Miner .of Williesbar re was
thrown from Ins carriage-and s•-
injured,. Arlirch ar.noiince' ment - com
menced about - 'as follows:
g; dire regret to learn that Dr. 'lqin• r
narrowly escaped • a 'very serious -acci
debt); • •
What; name of mercy, have
these" tiditdri Trathst that 'excellebi t)hy
aicianoh4l they should regret
(..;:capaii an :accident.
• Gteason's 11;dorzil ititivilg: Room
Cothp'ortion,is - Ct-ithe most beauti
wity-Prioted amid most interesting:family
papers - &Ve has e vter -seen. It is 'print
t.4-inietuarto forth, find. issued weekirat
BosWa-by Gieason,at sape.4naurn.
It is we'll worth the :price
A:Dot:we s•rphibitory. 91 smoking
- is displayed -in qbe.,Qinntal..:Palacf,at
London, in no !eits Than t.:ix Jiff ient
Correspo,ndeitcf. of the Dimocrat.
aat.rE . rti:—ThO keit cointnui. - .
nication,otf 4 Omicron",(in ttiik TV4t)4
more properly speaking, what he in his
legitl learning would lerin a-stirejoin
der, hardly merits a reply from me.
The matters at issue have been sufficient
ly eSptaioed, and torthe public, to
judge who has the vantage ground ; and
it is not for me to claim in a boasting
way whatihe people would not award.
"Omicron"- claims the victory ; but it is
one thing,to claim, ani) another to mer-,
it. The thief in .the crowd often cries
‘i stop thief!" in order to divert atten
The matter is with the communi
ty, and with ,their, decision I will be
The main point :with friend "Omi=
crop" appeats now to be whether I am
a friend to temperance or not ; and as to
that I care not what he claims or what
his assertions are--4t. will not change
the matter either the one way or the
You say " begin to hope that the
homoeopathic doses of gentle rebuke"
which you "have administered" to me,
"will be productive of permanent good."
I am not particularly familiar with the
Homeopathic system of medical science,
tint believe its practice is to administer
the smallest possible doses immarinable,
and. the smaller the more certain ofecure,
or the better effect the medicine will
have on the disease' .of the patient. .If I
am correct, then-yours have been truly
horriceopathic doses ; and when there is
no disease, h itncetTathy is undoubtedly
the best system. You will admit, how
ever, that the dose administered at the
'Methodist Church was not according to
homceopathy, but must have been under
the old or alapathic system.
When I hear a person boaiting of his
learning, and using high sounding words
in order to gain applause, and accusing
others of not being versed in the sci
ences or of malting use of ungrammati
cal expressions, it reminds me of the fol
lowing story :
A gentleman one da}r invited a frienc'
to dine with him, and in the course (it
the conversation that took place, the
Tntleinan boasted a great deal of the
literary attainmentg'ot 'his son. • •
I " Why," said be, " he is a graduate
of two colleges."
44 That," said the friend, " reminds m
a a neighbor who had a very fine calf,
and it being so promising, he allowed it
to suck two cows."
" Well, What wis the consequence."
"it was the greater calf."
• As you are the chosen champion in
this controversy, I:will remind; you of
the parable of the man who.fell among
thieves. This Jew, in traveling from.
Jerusalem to Jericho, was assaulted„hy
robbers, who, not ; being ssatisfied with
taking his - money, stripped him of his
raiment and beat him unmercifully and
left him for dead ; and by ciartce there
came down a certain priest,that way,
and when he saw him, he - passed down
on the other side; and likewise a Levite
came and looked..op : him, and he too:pas
sed on., But a. 6.ertain Samaritan, as lie,
jourriied, came where he•was, and w hen
he,saW him, -he had compassion upon
him, and, went to him. and bound up his
wounds, pouring in, oil and wine, and
set him upon his own beast and brought
hint Son Of Temperance, I . was
aotrig to say; but holm examination it
says,he took him •tO an Inn, and.took
-cars of him,,
,money with the
host to defray his_ expenses. Nov this
vt,as: very-naughty in . the, Samaritan in
taking the wounded man to an Inn, as
the example there, 4 ,, Moral Reformers"
would say, is,bad. If the Priest, had
done his duty .and taken the map to his
home, and there. nursed and , cared for
him, this example.,would ,pot have oc
curzed. But.no doubt Inns ar' e different
now from what ,they were is, those days,
I will now remind you, .as you thipls
at -k.ine future ,day, to -make proposals,
that- I- object. to the word Atn.lctm, as
`applied• to me. I believ,e, that appella-
I ion :Troperly- belo.ngs tomarried ladies ?
and not to.single ones. You will there,
tore -take ;potice j -..and'govern,yourplf
accordingly / . .
• • TEMPERANCE:
117" Mr. Thomas,Ritebie has,sold the
Washington Vaion ..to'Andrew.,lackson
Dooßlson, late 'American Alinister .to
Prussia, .and Genexial.-.-Arinstrong, late
A m ericaßi Consul Itit:-'l4‘vtrwel,,
DonelOwia the, Id9t!)( l4 Pncli; 410 1 70 .
wortot. A ildre7l , facklemi, ;;E s i;c4el
the.politic.4l assoriations,,anid prgAilez,
`bons Massrs ! :Dcmeison ,an A !lir
strong, it, is inferred :i that the . , f.Tni ? n
advocate - Gen. Sam frouston-at
dat , for stab Preqi-donry.
\ we- :Pubtiiti a 41111 list of .the..
Justices Hof; the ' Peace and Coustat4S
elit'eteiliiLthicouilt..y:Ain_ Friday 134.
Tie democrats elected .
i CONSTABLES. : '
Leirton—J•)seph B. Harding.
Windham—Henry W. Bassett.
Tunkbannock Tp.—Robert Myers.
Forkston—RitSsell G. Robinson.
Nicholson—George E. Phillips.
Clinton —Benjamin Cornell.
Monroe—W. F. Carle. ,
Braintrim—George H. Gaylord.
JUSTICES OF THE PEACE.
Tunkhannock Tp.— C. S. Vasburg,
P. H. 1V they.
Monroe--M. W. Newbury.
In pursuanceof a call . I ‘iously.cir
culated, a large number of the citizens
of Wyoming county met in ('on' erdic . n
at the Court-house, on Mi)pdiv the 24 , th
iitstant, for the purNse of taltir,g action
in relation to the passage of a law hyt+e
present Legislature by which the traffic
in intoxicating liquors should hi re
strained or• entiri!v prAibited through
out the County.
On motion, JAMES BESTIDDEF, of
Northimoreland was called to the chair :
S. G. BCF:NTON and TIIEODOEWS HART
appointed Vice Presidents,mnd C'harl , s
Lathrop and it!. IV. Smith Secretaries.
The object of 'the meeting was stated
by Hon. John Brisbriti, in a' !mot but
succinct Mariner, after which the meet
ing eloquently and argu
mentatively by Rev C. R. Lane, IV m.lll.
Platt, A. K. Peckham, and R. R. Little,
The lollowiag preamble and resolu
tion, offered by Hon. John Brisbin, were
adopted by acclamation :
Whereas, Te necessity for the pas
sage of the law designated in the call
tor this meeting has beery superseded by
the Act that has already passed the Sen
ate ; and Whereas, The provisions of the
said Act now pending meet our aPPro-
Resolved, That our Ropresentatives
in the Legislature he, and thes herAy
are, respectfully and earnestly requested
to use tioeir best exertions to procure the
. passage of Ihe Act above referred
to as having passed the sentate.
On n'iotion of C. R: Lane,
Resolved, That' a CoMmittee of three
he'appointed by the Chair, for the pur
pose of forwardingthe names appended
to the call for this me tirz, to our Mem
ber at Harrisburg, together with a copy
of the res6lution just passed.
The Chair appointed R. R. Little,
Wm: M. Platt, and Samuel Stark, 2d,
On motion the meeting adjourned
(Signet by the officers.)
Cbinmonteealth of Pennsylvania.
Wyoming r ounty, SS.
An inquisition indented, taken at the
township of t Nichodson, in the county
aforesaid, thl , 24th day of Alth.ch, A. D:
ISsll . befbre Me; DanielNewmari, Cot- ,
Oiier'in 'and 'for said county aforesaid;
upon the Vie W . . -et the body of Lydia
LlVery, *fen and there lying dead : upon
the oithi and affermationS of Alfred
Hine;jamesKellY, James Fttzgerald; A.
H. Eollos, J. W. Lyman, N. C. Martin i
IsaatOsterhout,Daniel l;"D L. Peck.:
ham, Andrew - Gordinier, Washing,ton
Stansbury and William Scott, good.and
lawful' Men of said county, who bring
sworn and - affirmed and' charqed t 6 iris
dn 'the part find behalf ot the Cnm ,
hdnwealth; when, where and how the
staid Lydia Avery came to - her death-- , .
"coo saripon their 'oaths and liedirrnatiOns,
that were , Marks upon - her person
fli'at tom obserVer might leait"to'a
suspicion that'the saia Lydia might have
come tofiii death:by violence .; bdtlfrorn
a close *in t 'ati'd careful. examination
Orall the . facts gathered from a large
'number orinddical and other witnesses
Who the Jury
causes ; ancLwhileltif'y soLstai6 ana
liri ey' are, ownpWlea to t say that
th6re ajijieats to hive beiit a lack of
ness attentiob, such as 'ehoistd mark
Me duty' btu hitsbrinit toWitret a , wife tip
Datiiittha=last , ' ten :yearv.the
nurnbernt slaves in Maryland has- de
creaied five litunirpri - acid fryriv...one,
•- • • j
4„ftiv e described speiailqr partial
141s1,11tifin ai the4iolatiOn of a trust, by
:'Legislaturiks rfaing bile thing, Whilo'
only atilliqr*ctlo dp another.
sis of each act of special legislation will
slio'NV the titehlof this definition.
A dozen persons ask for a charter for
manufacturing iron. Under existing
laWs; anybody may manufacture iron,
and .rnast do it, under legal hiabilitie_s at
tached to . any species of business. ,If
I. he contracts debts in this busines;l,' 'all
his property, persbnal and real, is little
to, execution foi'their PayMent. So if
tWeni`Y perns - undertake the same' bus:
iness as partners, each putting into the
partnership a thousand dollars of his
property, the whole property is liable
for all the debts of such papartnership: ership
: This rule is universal, compiehending
the whole community, and 611 kinds of
business. But these twenty partners
'wish to escape from the liability of sur
rendering their whole property, if it be
necessary, to pay the debts Of their part
nership. They would subject to this
duty the common fund, the twenty
thousand dallars of the partnership a-
Im,e; and while thus thy de!its mat; 1),
a hundred thousand, the partners mould
, extinguish - them by paying one-fifth.
For this purpose they ask the I..egisla
. Lure for a charter, cot.stitutir:g
enrporahon, and co:ls,qurntly
thtnn habh- thy 1ay...4
I •S. II:oh (..t,..1;1,,
comr.v.y aids all of his
property is not put into the part
nership, iron all liability Lir its debts:
and it these debts exceed the corporate
property, the creditors must lose the
rrst, thou4h each corporator is abun
dantly able to pay them from his other
property. So one may invest a thou
sand dollars for each. , Yet if he have
a million, other property, nut a dollar of
it can be tither) to pay the eighty thous
and by - which his corporate debts exceed
his corporate assets. Thus a member of
a corporation may evade his liabilities
while a person nut thus fortified must
meet and discharge theM. Thus a mt7m
ber or Apartnership without a charter
must surrender his private property to
pay the partnership's detti, while a
iNtri,ber of a corporation may. protect
his private property against the 'corpo
Is this ' right of protection a special'
irk dep., or a common tight 1 It be
longs only to corporators, and is there
, a special privilege. It enables
them' to do what is denied to all-the rest
of the community. And this special'
privilege, this right of ding something
denied to all the rest, this right-above a
common ri 4 ht, is obtained throUgh that
special legislation, the grant of a char
ter. The reader can 'decide how far
this is a Violation of that equality in
rig/di:which is the basis, the foundation
of the body politic, and to preserve and
Maintain which, sovereign power de
fines and limits legi4Jative power by
constitutions. Public interest
. may or
may n limitation of require the of a cred
itor's right against a partnership, to the
proPerty of that partner`ihip, as distin
guished from all other, property of the
partners:. We do not discuss that ques
tion now. But whatever rule public
interest may require, that -rule should
be Universal, equal, should operate upon
all alike. If both private and associate
property should be so held, a 'luirter
should make no difference between one
partnership and another, and a Legisla
tureshifuldnot be' allowed to exempt
certain partnerships from. the rule. • If
associate property alone should be' so
held, the law should exempt alike the
private property Of al l'AssOciations. Tl - e
Legislature . should not be' allowed to
gat this exemption to obe partnership
or class of partherShips ivhite: denying
it to all others - : Hence no charters
simuld be 'orantedl Whatever is
thoriied hv•a - chafter in particiflar Per
ions, shinfid •be authorized In all by a
general laW. A charter is. special "legi§-
lation.,. granting to a few, whets denied
alf the test, and as such, is inconsistent
wi ti that fundarnentul peinciple of de.-
moitracy, equality of 'tights.— Public
,Ledger, •.: • ; • .
tr - r . The wife of the'cliiel engineer of
the steamer Atlantic was removed-to the
'Lunatic -Asylnm last week,- having lost
her reason in c,onsequence,4 her : belief
4hather hushan'xl was
The iifst trial 4 . 1,131 7 1t0n1e place
in Vienna a few weeks Since, and' a
4rge crowd prescint 02? hoi 7 f
We seldom meetwith so much gldo ,
rious troth, spoken,so; : hriefli, and i\•ith
s in the foll'ow
,mg ~.pragraph, f . i,oni_Fynry . _ , A . W ise.
It u•as recently uttere - the - Constitu
tional Convention, now ,in session at
Richmond. . _ _ .
Air. Chilton, of Faquir, had the te
merity to announce the following denti
ment,o(hia,party. : 7 --!‘. We Fus:44.,ve an
infaston . j monarchtcal and aristocratic
principles 'in .rder (p, check pure De-
Mr. Wig .reslandc4.as-19)lows.:
" He is a traitor to his' native land,
A traitor Ito mankind, whVima 'cause
That down the 'course of time will , Ere
Rides not tipon' thelightning of the.sky,
To save his country." •
I deny here, that there is a particle
of aristocrady necessary to the well
or safety, either of person or prop
I deny it. I vindicate Ameri
can doctrines—l, vindicate American
liberty. Here, standing in the Capitol
to( Virg,inia,in this Assembly;iepresent
inz the sovereignitY of the 'people of
VI l' '
r ; Pia it' the name of my fora -lathers
---Ift the name of my cliildeen--Lin the
name of my own gghts—in the name of
the di r, its of human at Mre t and the
authori!v• of that reason and conscience,
which assimilates tile to my God, 1 deny
that doctrine, and In it. I
t' . 1!.1, cr, , ntli.maii for nerving my
t!;Is laour. , Sir, you and
I in principles. YOur'dOc. 7
till nes have been for se% enty odd years
too !ouch regarded.
.I must speal plain
ly among our people,_ c and especially
east of the mountains of Tiroinia.—
Thank God, every evil cures itstilf..
There IA as once a day.' when the aristoc
racy of Virginia wore white topped
boots, and ruffs and powdered hair.
There was once a day when white men
could stand at the door, with -hat under
arm, and bow to that aristocracy ascot
roll d by in Olympic chariot, casting its
dust into the eyes of the people; but
now, in old Virginia, to be taWing about
aristocracy, when it is so poor, that none
are so poor, ,as to do it reverence
That is just the ticket, Mr. Wise.
This gentleman, says-the Ohio State
man, was a Whig !Ong enough to ascer
tain that they live, move; and have their
being as a party, only for building up a
system of exclusion in favor of their
called better classes, who shall he sup:
ported from the unrequited substance of
the masses. He found that the senti
mer.t of Daniel W. , bster, the worst Fed
eralist since. Alexandea Hamilton—
take care of the rich, and the .rich
will take care of the - poor," was,the ru
ling sentiment of the Whigs, and . Mr.
Wise left that party. The above extract
shows the soundness and the sincerity
of his conversion. •
:There is now before the Hound' of
Representatives, a supplement,, intro
duced by Mr. Mowry, to the .Act , pro
viding.for the .election!of. District At
torneys', that is designed to expedite the
criminal- business of our .Con rts otQuar
ter Sessions.. The supplement provides
that the Justices of the, PeaceOf the.sev
eral,counties of the State, before whom
any criminal examination shall be had,
which is orare returnable to the Crimi
nal Court, or Courtsok their ,reaper,tive
counties, shall make pkutia dertified ;trans-
cript of the whole :proceeding in; each,
case, and deliver Ahe. same to, thejitiii- .
trict Attorney of the proper county, at
least one week previous to theisitting qt
said court Or„pourts and : , all
examinations which shall,be had before
said Justices withip std, period of , ,line
week, shall be Jet E10,,,c0 the proper
District, Attorne y',. in the., !partner ifore.!
&l id, on the first day of pit', court. Phil
atlei ph ia and Anegheay,count nre ex
calptqci, irgp the opratii - An of. this
Death of , Geb! , AleDtillle.
VVe rom the papers o „am.:
den,,S 7 ,c., that qen,.Geo. 111cA i ttifie
died on' the 11th inst ., at theresi4eoce
of Richard Singleton, Esti., in , Surpt ! T.
Be bad teen in Sailing a
urnber,of yea' crqm,
ening of brain, or some kindred clis
easp, which not-oglydestroye4 phys
-1) . •
Icati strength , ut,serious7 ;o
sitiOn at the•South'ird seitietFirtrith'idis.
titictimi-*ia - GOi , erno i r of the State, itpi as
a member of the T.T. S:Setiate.
;;;:OU ; ;Frid,X, morning last there was au
tenitision of Fire Damp , in the Wash ,
t9loConipany's4al Mines at Port
Griffith, which in its consequences WaB
very - diiastrous. TWO yowl; Men - were
instantly killed, and seven others were
injured—two of them very badly,
young men killed , were deorge and
Robert Nesbitt, brothers, recently from
Pottsvile• . ,
We understand iherc . was 1., .fire_in
the mine;and mai it, vieiWta
_the. mouth-of- the:entrance hat .been
closed. On -Friday morning; .ii,numb er
of hands were - eiieWitis - opening the
entrance. After succeeding,. the mph>•
sion' occurred.: The two young raen
killed were thrown some distance-'-one
of thern had nothing retraining oti
when ,he .ititick the ground except a '
boot on one leg... • ,
A ‘gentleman l somewhat
the diffitilties'in mines where Fire Damp
exists,.,informs its that there Was ? L. in'
this case, an • extra&dinary ' peculiarity. ,
It was discovered some days before-that
a gas escaped through fissures, into the
mine, which, , en
,being ignited, would
burn with Et, c onstant - glare of )ight, 'and
without explosion. As aprec.autionon
air shag- was sunk, connected .at the
lower end witb a furnace.
furnace, a quantity 4:if coal ignited. ;.rn
order to smother and extinguish the'fire,
the air shaft andthe• entrance into the
mine, were armed. -Alter remaining
closed for some time, both Were Opened,
and the Superintendent went, with a
safety lamp, some distance-intO the mine,
and returned, believing the air Nei; pure-
The hands were then at Work at the
mouth of the entrance.
dent having Just lett %nem, aria alked._
but a few rods from them,•when the ex
plosion occurred. , The surviving hands
say no lamp 'bad , been verlied - Jinto the
mine, atter it'was. opened, by either of
them. It is supposed the explosion may
have been spontaneoris. It is more
probable however, that the; fire in the
mine had not been extinguished, and
that it 'ciiised - the 641osionrafter the
admissiop of the air.
We learn that ode of the men, whe
was badly injured, has since died. An
other is badly hurt. We understand the •
latter was hurled through the Engine
House, passipg through a hemlock board
over two inches thick, without the
breaking of a bone.—Willivsbaree rld
The mania for corporations in this
State has become so great that
, niost of
the time of the Legislature is taken ut:
in diseusSiri,“orporate Privileges Ev
ery few pereons H ho associate together
for the purpose of transacting businetss,
must be incorporated 7 -otherwise their
enterprise cannot g9', on. The fallow
inepetition presented to the Legislature
a few days sines*, is,an adMirible hit at
this " corporation mania : 7 ' •
To the Senate and. House of Represen
la! PlRercAsel 7 lbi.V. met—
Th'e petition of the subicriber respects
fully reptesents, that be has: purchased
fodi sexes' of land on the side - of the
Sharp,kountains, and hOt cleared the
same,- and has built a small house. As
his indivithi in eafis have been .esbaust
ed in this uudertaking,,apd the commu
nity. surrounding: him feet the want , of
waster mid-11611,10i tipviifg at large; he
fbeiefore?petifiOni, your' honorable bod
im-Ap. grant Ji with
. $2OO, to ; dlvided:tnto, 200
shares of ,$l.-f4l l / 4 undey : 494 \ restric - -
tiOnS and regulations as your honorable
bodies. may .think proper, for the
pose of enabling him' to dig a Well, and
erect a Pig which` be of `great
b r eriefit to the in his
borhoixl, in procuring water, and pro.
titling them from the 'depredationtof
his pig: - And he will evef 7 ;pray, &e.
t.Leingh Canal. , • ,•--
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Tti ei l ifboiitlvniercrat satii==:Welitre
aul of , 4.
4 ) 1 sydte . it;fit 4 *Lie .
be le.t i.o o .4hts.htlf.tct l PrimptoVeinento
betnikehlViatich thunleatict Easton, to
day,,(lst h Merit t) :§fieelitthe'tiretither
continue;faverable - /Vemity.llitidipate
an early opening , of the Siiiiiirbusiness.
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Esq., nd . 4sSiiA t iiit'efititii,. dveiiiie`.gteat
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cielk for hasty: PalilleikoßlPt , the
repairs atuVinfproveinesital cbmtnencisi
afteF,,the c i c l i "g; °f "*n.
V . ,' Th - 0 I eOHOWITIg 111 good advice:—
Wheri the - gtate,iiot;'r,
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