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   Weekly Mountain Democrat (Newspaper) - April 13, 1861, Placerville, California                        THE WEEKLY MOUNTAIN COUNTRY, ALWAYS ItlOHT, BUT, UK. JIT Oil WRONG, O UII COUNTRY." PLACEKVILLK, EL DORADO COUNTV, CALIFORNIA, SATUKDAY, APKIL 1O, 1861. flotclt, Ktstaurants, Etc. THE CART sVOTOB, flicyfyof Hotel Mtln Ht., It .fc, W CtLLKIS tVLAMMM rx ill ImpreTetinndaW cvamlvneM which J mofettt readmtl thr It of everything to be had In the Tfcf Cary Hovue U depot trTtffy .Un knd fron tbe city anel kepi Ihroufi ffdUBK, a Wrtt taw Cflttrt jriiT LM'tCBSinXED (UUi Proj rlctor wf Pa I f> Inform c j e ha.i teaarei the atove popula cbitntr KnveKae Ui re It throuclroui to mcvt with ft of Strict attention win paW bU TillLK, wl Ich ha wil ,Upi lied wlUi the choice of the m of .Procliico, of all Kmtls California But tor for HOUXTAIK trade. CAT.IFOUNIA HONEY. 1 U ID rattl of ONE to and IB nil TO CARET air tit AIM Calirnnla Hone; (itralncd In my awn More pot up In pottod and In n t ten pftMd caosx, baring mj label at J guarautca ft, MIT RKLY tpoo a e nipVltvl. thro jth KXpreM, or by n will nxelre pro pt At c c Corner J uul Nlnih 6 Urn WACKRMUtT rKAHK D WAOHHOHST ft PENVEB, arket, retard c Joor AR4 40E R4IVT. n.lr rl tUwerville oppwlleOld Rtmud 1 en! II '-'.ilONS IBOPBlfcTOK fotnmn late I t. Id irn I and tl e public in tl c pol trat ttr-L rtrtt notice with crcnr w tupplied with icil up procaptl} bmineii >nd llr I :.rcofpuUl e I rior a' jrniahfd with Hup Ii ttlMONb fnprirlor HOTEL. RICHARD KIEHB, FBOPBIKTOR, rrMMS HOTEL mituatcd In tbetenr heart ofliie I I nr.t nortio of lupcrior I du rrati t. U> and trarrlinr puttl c II T r II with tl r brtt the ti arkrl rd. ind I he I O DOING dcpartiuctit U ST. J R fUKDENBCRGH 4J B DATTJN Fonrth Street, between J and K, By arrangviBrnt.) while In Kurt WATCHES, JE ZTo 68 J Sacramento le> fay (.DP of the [rr wit lr o aod Deal feujgarcl rcetl.t bj each stcan cr of THE FITTEST WATCHES, The Moat Celebrated Manufacturers Of Kngtand France and Genera Rlehcat Pattern NeweiiBtj-l FASHIONABLE JEWELKY, om tho celebrated Kmporlumi ot the Allacth and Europe As E In port J rectly from Blan ifactureri we A> 101 pa? praflu to at 1 tl Id an joiitvqueutly are able to aell a. Irui thi other ijealcri 111 Bacramcoto Lall and cxa All KIXD8 OF JPWrLRY Repai faetaretl rnarorllng and Fn dtinr In the molt elegant and WorLroa lik hTakftlfntarttsani Watches moot Carefblly Repaired AND 'WAHH ANTED attention pmkl to Uili branch of tebrat WACRHOttBT A MOUNTAIN DEMOCRAT. ki 1 M F j i A Ubml d t IludU t riir-m mr. Tlrkd. BWrk M- HI rKWr ia pUu or (kac; aaxtnOt KLuk DexUmUsu ike la) I1M AIM term tt HUcn I iM nnvt. Ifinln i MOV XT A IK L r mu I VM ItUT In b r.M or Ad aln vlU IM 1 C XKKI hT T 8 RHKV i n tor hr M I 1 Xt I mT uup Ij tmdnl at Lc-t.1.[ DKMOCKAT kt if M ICJT cff on Coloma Streci3 C OI UTS Ofi' BE. DORADO COUfif TV t ISTt T IKT-l on U r Wjr Jodff HI lua A M ud. r btuu UK bl d C HIT II If COMK ONE I COMB OLD PR) D COLLINfl A CO PROPEIETOBS FASHIONS FOB SPRING M PASTIER TkMlRKBfteraaMBlo ihm.14 War In mind that tbc to buy a 1THB AND JTABHIONABIiX HAT la at the cxttative EataMlahmc.l of LAJtOTT COLLINS, Corner of SteooJ and J atrcets Where nay ahreyi bar found taw larapr-ai, raricly of BATS. OAPU, TOBS, BOSKS. ETC In Ibc Mate wblcb to acll LOWkK any other U oae in tlte Cily Call before pur chavbtir an I tbefr utocfe mart-San _, e tmwor with their pairomafe Our M aad a call 1 u will Bn4 evwrylhlBC tbr aavkct aabrtli Oycter that be Beat. Fnrter UtUott Him an 1 Ken Hot EWIi IIot Maflliik. and Game of .11 h 1. KT AMP CRICKPN AID CHAMPAGNE BUP Pr-tUf Pft ED TO OEDEE. H r to furnlmh MJ t for Par lift Ac., at Uouae opm at all Might One dour IW Saloon Mala ctreet FRKD COLUKS PAT Etc. HOPK AJTO TW W, u Infem their frlvBati mnJ tlw pi bile frMrally, takn Ibat tuoMd aad are at to ttunith ta at Khe aawrinl watiec AVD OTSTIB 8I7FFKB8 Vrab at all Park. aWf. II niton, QulU e OBLKAVS HOTEL, Canatr Xal.1 anil flMraaMttlo PL AC K m Tl M. tlw mbaxc tat- to T FLAXT, hari popular IloU'lt It or mtwir.it a ityto It at of any iDttwOMrtr intr of puUi wi .Haaxoar HAIXI Hwrie pravtittan nlnnt aM ttwtr fr1cn4B atl j .ml raner.il t. the n fund Harawnj win receive prmDpt at ,0 Bit COKJOt THEO EIsrrlDT mtn Mirvms 1> .In, 1URRV CUISOH NEW JEWELHT, KSTABXJBB1KBMT. ti the ru IKSLatr J CQLLIV 8ERLKT .V CVLLE1V to thv cltliraw mt riawnllU and bc  17 II tl M O '4 t 10 II U II U 15, u n ii it x'ti WATCME8, JEWEUBr, II.TXB Tirtpmf Block, THl (LSSCBIBKK niKcthllT hla thr of rttlalty, it-t M M a MMrtvcat WATOHBS, DLAMOJTD WOBK. 9B Wwd done ta o A99XEW2LAY. CO. PenCTTOLLT labm Uelr Ike ladlo fen ea rlnrervnlc and vlel fmnar Ihu UMT >U1 ,1 old and kale UOTtettm oll.e OOLDknd BILVBB WATCHES, rim euioa, HOLD CHIINS 'a Qold Binara, If A IV O I. J A ITBBET, Alex. Ilwmttir LTueb, OB WKEK ill recorflinend TbemBcKei I Iquar We Me Af In P rrine tsr LUDLUM'8 OYSTERS, we are to fnriilih or rrtatl unlheBMMtacciiainMMlBtlnfflpnill We will alto terre tl rm tip Tjr Gentlemen or Ladle! in our priTkte roone, In eveiy known Itjrle MBiieHAMTS' EKCHANHE, JllJa ilreel, Old Sound P L A C E B V I t L r Laam', "alLKOrMOVOAUroIMAJEWKLU inilDI the ekortell otlee "arw BreenwoAd While OeJt Die. Dnnd r.n. Hod D Vi OMwlckf Cf.trr.Mn Dttvld ralrcUbt J 9 rtftmm M W 01 P. F C.C MoUftn Evani M. a-tr-l t.H J C H W Pmnlap, W Oelwlcka. Jr xtW- nnk W HePaole) Lot K.J U Kcwra ntckrntaff A Wauoti Ww A Kanrrvc M loMa 0 Hrrmn II Mitchell. PlaimtT T r Otarcti .Km. Randolp E. M. Randolph, T A B P IM SemanHno E O Aftn 3 HooUn II C Patrick n r Santtt Bkene a RrrM H milh R. Duller t t fMU 8. PI OTKS QW OCR JtftlOtt FOKT StotitTos, March 8th IbbI J IVAH DAV Before leaving Sun Fran O, I purchased a book and pcnc.la Tor tho parpOM of taking notes of 'ravel but when once on the road I found it utterly impossible to do HO, for tho reason thnt I could not write while the coach was undtr ay.and the stoppages for changing teams.   and prosperous community and seemed to me to come nearly up to tho Mexican rot chtros their agricultural and social pr Their apparen ly prosperous and huppy condition gave me much pleasure when I compared it with tho idle and dissolute life of our LI lo county aborigine i.s ere they f would only n little Americanize fight, which I netd not say, voutty proved might not offer e all de However we arrived snftly ot Tucson where noth ing was talked of but the Indian difficul ties ot Apache Pass. Wo dined at the prinupal hotel of this adobe city, and w ith the addition of two more passengers Gen Jones and Mr Charles Brown, both of Mesllla and bound home we depmted, in two-seated coach, for the ucene of war which laid in the direct line of our journey all armed to the teeth and fright ened within an inch of our lives. 1 scarcely had uiy six shooter out of my hand for tho next thirty MX. hours, and the rest of the party were equally on the alert We arrive I at the head of the Pass near noon the next day when oil hnndtt dismounted from the coach exam med our (.hooting irons and prepared for the n orst honcbtly expecting to be com pelle 1 to fight our w ay through A short dibtnnce in the Pass, we cnme to where the bodies of six Apaches homd in their stork were hang ing to a tree near the roadt over the grave of two white men their tribe had mur dcrcd a little further on, the grave where was interred the remains of eleven men, teamsters, whom they had robbed and murdered and, yet B little further on. we came to the spot at which (hey had attacked the stage and mortally wounded the drtrer All these things were ca.cu latcd to shake the nerves of an older soldier than I, and I candidly confess that I felt weak in tho knees" when we reached the Pass, but with tome I "screw ed my courage to the sticking point "tuid really believe I would have made a pretty light had we been attacked Well. ncgot through the Pass, and saw nary gloomy and barren enough to in ike, the I Indian There is a detachment of troops traveler feel the of tiein stationed in the of whom the at ing fields and grassy hi.lb Soniejurtb laches of tho mail company speak with of the desert di close nothing for miles the utmost contempt They attribute the John D Holhday, sutler ai for many attentions, and it me a pleasure to return to Ibeoa my sinostw and grateful thanks therefor The overland trip in by no means a pleasure jaunt, it would not be were it performed by when the passengers have to sleep in the stage, three on a and run the gauntlet of hostile Apaches and Comanches for seve- ral hundred miles, it IK in the language of our bald headed friend bornble Ihe route is well stocked, and I have re ceived every attention from the attaches of tht Company during tbc entire trip I have not paid more than one dollar far meals since I left home, and nt the sta tions of the Company we have never paid more than halfa-dollar for meals But traveling by stage is "played out' with me, and hereafter I shall prefer to truftt inyEoIf to the mercy of the winds and waves, rather than rink my scalp among the Apaches and Cnmanchen or subject mj limbs to the joltings and jostlings of a two thousand miles trip b> stage Leaa than a bw4re4 tiquary old. Our .cences in which be Wat _ from a bleau, wbiesi tendedfctMjiX at Port St family, be hsd Uw ter but left hta pn bottom of tbo Jjost officer, on boarding ft, it hta UM of a slr.nge mg it to conUin (ocdii. te had it of entd. What I A gwathcd {n linen Ittnrn head to foot I No doubt vtit IT, jy nn enviable positiu i in comparison with many races of lh l (her so desert like as 1 had expected to Timl, Yours, ti uly, JLNIOR The Cotxrte.y of Lodgu Nu 227, un Jcr the jurisdiction of Ihe Oiand Lodge of Inlau 1, vinb attached by a traveling wanant which had bttn gmntrdin theyiar 1703 to the 46th rcgi meiit of the Bnliah army, while -serving in Atoe-ica, during the war of tho lulion sajs tho London FitmawH fill mto Ihe hands of tho Ameraans, they re ported the circumstance to Genera! Wnsli ington, who embraced the opportunity of testifying hia estimation of Masonry in tbo roost marked and gratifying manner, by dlrecUnc that a guard of honor, under a dtatinaQished officer, should take charge ed victim strangled by jralooa cr a grasping heir be of lice iras instantly tent for, and niado appearance, flanked by two sjrgcont ax tkillful as himwlf In archaeology Tho cnmo was recognized, a report anade of and the body transported to the that the friends might dune and identify it It IK presumed that none of them made their appearance Our traveler, hotvcvcr, in taking en uf his effects the next- day, himself of lua greatest curiosity JJp flew to tile boat, n nin the learned com inisvary and three minions of the larr M ized hi n and toulc him before the trate Aha' fine cried the JUJL.C we have got you" W ill your honor favor me with the reason of this extraordinary proceeding ft remains for you sir, to circumstances of the murder you have committed but fields and lulls of sand, uhile other liostihti portions are covered with blunted grease the They oay that of rfwat, with many artfelM of to the 40th. and return them to the reetmot. The surprise, of both offlocra and men, may bo imagined, when they perceived the flog of truce that announced this elegant compliment from their noble opponent, but still more noble brother The guard bf honor, with their flutes playing a ncred cheat, containing the Constitution and imple menU of the Craft, borne aloft, like an other of tho covenant, equally by Bng hshmw and Americana, who, lately en gaged to the strife of war, novr marched through the inBIaded ranks of the gallant regiment, that, with presented srms and colors, hsiied the glonoua act by cheera, which the aentimeut rendered sacred UK AffOHES Kepalred KefuUled by aW iUUelTvraed One nod O J AaVUHSON t CO Heal door to Block M.ln .1 PLAOEKTILLB ASSAY OFFICE, STBECT, rLALEBTILLE OI D DLST received for Meltinir .nil Amy Id returned in froot-l Ui fi aoun D DLf Inf. .nd l C J JlmteUancoug K BOBOWaKT PBOPBUBTOB. But of Liqnora, Wiiut, Cigan, OoniUntlj en oiaxaaa. wvxBf BTTLB COURT HOUSE EXCBAIfQE, e C4.A BouM, Mala fl.1.4. qnic MBT or i alwu. hairf. OVSTBM Mil. Awtttl teiraf av-amm.. aMuCiMiian lnvltc4t.slTttaa.atll uttrattai L. T CAM, CABBfc____ O MUCHANTa proof BulhUaff, naoarrlDt, Calllei i n o. ai.ijLw act. Ihillltan j H i a a Rtinlkrl 1VM. MnuUM. ___IKOH laerameato, TO KT mam THROTJOHOUT THB 8TATI, AVD TO OOII8UURR8 O? AND LIQUORS! portion or Culled rf AppratMtrof DMrfcl rrtnchKo the of whteh I hid dtnotuarfttvl Mater UM Admioli of trail Mid wy frlrirdt lafenned thut I have MUWIiBwl tu A U KALES IN WINK8 AND nailirmT Mn.l., 1. (W .Ifhl all Uqiwn ataaa rnnefaco fron iBrairelrn till any Bert knb.D.1 filO CUy itrett, SaDwroe, MM K SWEEP row BKTaODr. New York fatt that a lady croon- ing one of the muddy thorougblarea of the Metropolitan city, encountered a lit- tle German girl sweeping the croaawalk very Tigorotislv, jiibt in tront of her, and mid Don't sweep for me, little girl; I havn t got a single pinny sbout Inc." The little girl turned up a bright, beaming face, radiant with health and beauty, and nitli the air of one meant all she said, replied Oh I we sweep for every- body So it is with newspaper men. ihey sn-cip for sometimes receiving kicks (mentally applied) and sometimes coppers for their trouble. Still, Ihey keep sweeping on, quite content Tith the relative position between kicks and coppera, blame and praise, solacing themselves all the hilu with the thought that they had made some one's path more comfortable, and that now and then a nun, even if without "a single will the kindness to say "You have made me happier and given me new courage and strength to be truoto myself and just towards my fellows." A GUILD'S WIT a Sunday school tncber, remember, dear children, that uod is everywhere" The words had scarcely escaped hia llpa when a roguish Miking little fellow me up and aafof: Please, sir, did yon aay God la etery where t" Yea, ray eon, everywhere Is he in my pocket t" he in In your pocket" Well, I gueaa got you was the triumphant retort, cause I balnt got any pocket" CIOAK STAKD. BAUIMKV I. In ellto-WPW aaa a Ctfar Stmmt A'BiH I I we m boy in hMte to spend every twnny u noon uhe KeU it, IjWnk it is sign he will WhM 1 M bay Iwutflnf lita MAHiw, Md OnwUltOf tO Mrt Witk for au Mod PUTPM.H I tiUilk U U rritef, I Whw 1 boy wl I think it L U U A oAM and Mra. Nugent ooneh for snallerone and with five pas inside and tho conductor road sgent and drirer on the box, at 9 o'clock wm left San JOM at fiill gallop on our long and tiresome journey Wo took supper midnight II miles from San Joso, and on starting wrapped oureeKen in our blan keta ta woo aa best we could the gentle god of sleep The deitv proved coy and deigned as little attention that I could feel his gentlu approach and would flatter mvitelf that soon I would be locked In his soft embrace, when the wheels of the coach woulJ coma into sharp collision with a atone or rut, and away he'd fly. leaving me to rub my eyes and bruised limbs till morning Ihcre wan no such thing as sleep for me that night, yet, in the morning, I felt SB fresh and hearty SB if I bad reposed on the best patent spring bed, and wished only for a substantial breakfast to render me corporeally perfect ly comfortable. Much of the country, until we reached Joaquln and Kings River valleys, was little better than arid desert, which in the summer time would not afbrd sustenance for a grass hopper, and for which six bits per square league aid be an enormous price. Yet there wan occasional ranches, with large of Utter being Uken to dia tant valleys for summer grazing The Jotquin and King's River valleys contain ajHitfc land, but u yet they are com pantlMly wild and unimproved, and to ma, fcr behind our hillsides in old Bl Dorado In agricultural worth and pro- ductiveness. We passed through tho King's River country and VitmlU after and I ean, therefore, Bay but httlo about it. except that the roadn were ex we were all bumped to  anklin, Texas, where w o arrived at two clock, A u of the next day Since H e eft El Paso 1 have seen nothing worthy f note, and shall, therefore, conclude this a speedily as may be I armed at this post at half past Uireo i'clock on Monday last, having made the lislance, something over 1700 miles, in the hallelujahs flf A similar court an angel song jlarcourtes) waa extended to this lodge on another and subsequent occasion In the year 1905. while in the .slmnd of OomindaftbeMtb regiment was Attacked by French force, at that ex- isttng between the governments ol France and Great Britain; and again tha lodge had the misfortunetolowluehest, which was carried on board the French fieet. iU captors having had no opportunity of du covering the nature of its contents. But, three years when the enarac tir oi the prize had baconnt known, the French government, at of the officers who had tbe expedition, roturntd the chest, with sev- eral complimentary a tribute from an enlightened nation to the excel fence and mend character of masonic institution. In 1894, tbe warrant of constitution of Una lodn was renewed by the Grand Lodge of on which occasion these Incidents in history were elicited from tbe Of the ultimate fate of a lodge whose vicfotfitildea in war form so Interesting a portion of the annals of Freemasonry, it is fortunate that we can furnish the his tory The lodge became- again dormant, but was revived on the 28th of March, 1848, and established permanently in __ Lodge of Social and t" That is the word, sir The murder that I hare committed T cried the Meant, aghsAt' Or at least the crime in which you were an accomplice Good heftvena! your worship is itnirg" Ah! T drwtoinif i No. yoo'Il flnU JtHdaiec mv vigilant offletra diaepw tbaljipdf A( your vicClm, and shot Up To a box? Here is the report dlawtftfjr, duly scaled, signed and altaatM sh-.l I Is that all r" aaid the antiquary, afttb a hearty laugb. "Hardened ruffian I" crM Do you indulge in levity Wltb tVa'aii or a cnme go blade, hiagiot head? Now, air, look and answer tha qOMtloflaf whom was that young box in which she waa i "By myself, sir" "Mr Clerk, said tha magistrate swathed her with linen bandafaar I head to fbott" I did, your honor Write down, Hr Clerk, that ha ad- mits his horrid crime." 11 The expression Is Tha dead la About nineteen years." "OfwhstcoiritryT" "Miemphls, I'tMik." Faacy impordac a glrlkadaat to umrdir thia Ukenlaoaf "Three thomand i "B" Prisoner' how ddre- jroo InMaPda Uiis lovily jnnri am Montreal, as Tho Lodge Military Virtues No 2ST ;n that he will aoabnv wtKianaraltatida to thaaaniowol reUgioa, I Itlnk aly and CM I obtained ptn, ink PMtao OQ tmA ft. ________._ M ajr MU i Ou UH rlau, RwrrvUk aaaachlU ranta, I tMak R a aiM IMwc Maahifa from hia Baavaaly Anat lake place iai ike ckanatar, jrat. aa oral rate, do not (Ml. and paper, and essaycil what would have bajav ft paMHant dntj, but mj fingers were batMtabad by the cold wind through we ha4 bean tiding all day, that 1 (bond U .aailaaftla to write, and had to eoatlaaa aajiatf with acrlbbling a few lines on a eart, wbeeh I enclosed in an envelop ajad a fantleaaan atandlnf by addressed H far saa-I aaoU my Ant Utltr waa dlapalehcd We left Los Angelea at mainly good, though there was some heavy sand to paua over, and aonetlmea tho dust was almost suffocating. Kcri was abundant a speciea of caotua that I had novcr seen before It shooU up in a singlo stem often to the height of 00 and 40 fict, terminating In a cone, and is beau tifully fluted from top to bottom, and cov ered vrllh the long sharp prickles peculiar to all of tta spectes. Sometimes these covered the plain as far as tho eye could sec, reminding one of a city of tht> dead, every grave marked with a column erected to commommorato the virtues of IU siknt tenant The Apaches inhabit tho mountains o this region, and wo wore here first warnc  under the conunanA of Arthur T I UP, who has seen aatvlea, and U every Inch a soldier, anda martnaM aayi aceoaa- plished gentleman, to-boot. Ueett. Read and IV Langworthy, DM other offloara now at the Post, are eemr tentlaaaen, At INCIDENT a pine woodshed, in an alley uark.whcre scattering moonbeams flitted through a row of tottering chim ners, and an aw ning torn and drooping back and forth, with stifrand tenae drawn muscle and peculiar a cat His name was Norval, on yonder neigh boring shed bis father fought the cats that came in squads from streets beyond, in aearch of food and strange adventure Grim war be courted and his twisted tall and spine upheaving in fantastic cui vc, and clawu distendid, and cars flatly press cd against a hcnd thrown back defiantly, told of impending strife Wltb eyes aglttim, and screeching blast of war, and stops an the falling don, young Norval crept along the (.plintei ed edge, und iazed a momint through the darkness own, with tail a wng triumphantly Ihen with an imprecation and a growl an oath, in direct vengeance started back, and crooked in body liko a kttei S, or rather like a U in verted, stood fierce expectancy Twas well 1 With eyeballs glaring and ears aslant, and open mouth, m which tu o rows of fangs stood forth in sharp and dread confoi mity, slow up a post, from out the dark below, a head appeared. A dixadful tocsin of determined atnfc young Norval uttered, than with face un blanched, and mustache standing straight before bin nose, and tail flung wildly to the paattng breuw, eteppexfbeck ill cau ttooimviutlon u> Ihe foe. Approached the other, with prspa- raUona dira. each cat aurvaved tha van tag. of the field. Around the vrfth tails npHftad In tne air, w tMr In atcer.lahl.aint artth oon- awakag rafa, dropped brief ben awful aaai tanoeaof hate. the deceased lived in ih the htsistW____ I'll piit the "Your tins pleasantry has keen And let ma aay, Ifaal you- am marvellously Ignorant mm upon the judicial bench, you brought up, that you suspected that for two been hoWing an inquest on murder of an A mummy "Of course, sir, and iTyoo I ducted your exammatton i would know that jou an add member of tfea i (ified at blun, but ho nsver beard last 'J A BEALTiri k PICII'KK. btands upon his fwlt w by the laws of iho laitd in the laws of civilized the rightful and the the land which be tillf, ta by lution of our nature undtn i accomplished and courteous. debted to all of these, aa well 1 an in- to Capt inUucnce, nut easily imbibed equal, more strongly than character of a man who HI inanimate world Of tUa derful which la hand of God, and upiietd is rolling through the from lha wntar to, is a apace on wbich Iba J ih Ita andba-fMlaMtBMtf ble link with ilwaa. to whom be U to tnnaMU bis An hew thar aatfit, than MM' m aftwltr Thrka around, tht roof tbaj want in circle, each with Us eya upon tha, fea In Ufitly hmt; then aMewaya aaovlnf, air U rite, y wd 
                            

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