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   Dawsons Weekly Times and Union (Newspaper) - October 9, 1861, Fort Wayne, Indiana                               .vlWr ..irii i. "t '.'ill v...: __ _ tf ID Iwunis 1'i.Ji lira .kiliaivO slieui vl ul biulu I, -Ul! B.jut wvjw j. _____ ___ yia -en iti wsX lOoli) sop" II .ntid lo Junior Wjlh fl-d) i safufl 't-T-t Pnira "nil jr-iini ol srfj 1'j yi p Meekly -lo -tint .where on .board Uiat crtfjcist'a biiu. Jitjjh nn [jifl.pr ihc ._ They moved in most- excellent ordar_ anil regard; tliyil t hope It of .it :sha.l I J wy-CT imttiUwlieti much ll ,adoui. v.. fsttjict iij CB.finrtjJ.rt >vi11' tip. but if the ilia ponlusio.n yrill .bw llio. greatest .thcytifhatl .move. public; front here, .w to tbe strictest Army each day inreTMrttMj-gottd -neamiH-wf llic be rnucK', jjjiUcr ty bs wr ,'iisc, inusL be scrvtw, tlie slricicfit mitiury Uw jtw parl to jier'fortti, .an J.tliat (rart jwrfom.- cd in liarmony witti every .utliur _TW this, ttictuorc agreeable Uicir iiwre.tfin tier the Guvcnimunt..., 'JJIic vr. twr tioiis tlic [iroluiblc httu o( soitiu of that nitttm n, mud twir firum-tln: ;anvasw wii wlych mislit 'be wliicli KMI lo and 'aclfor what give. hope that nil tnav be true, 'patriots, and llm-s sonllnn-llieir rcmetnlKir ever, Ihcy were .with the heart bid lo_ po lliat the tunic heart will' welcome thctit' Uck, 1 but ojily, wiicii they All our liavc.r  olisVrve ll. qiiild we, liavu lliu ''1 r Frcriunii to Uid yn g ili j ail ion tut-nuisr yen oninddrrvd him right IWJH in ihv rislil '.i. DrffVilll W-o-.r, criliro him tt> him nniljitiims under VU) Sutra nf tlif! IJuln'ii. t'' intVr'W'i tltttat therein. Whnl nil' jl.tyiaiite in homilu ojwralions In ing HutC. U ft- very different uiiu uf tlin xvny whleli lie ty not I" "conklUrr, iVsid.-uUl rlmir? wllhli well ilrilianilttd1 the ol the iiWiltTfclidtiary Itcf-in! they nhnn- -Joncd lira of. Iho nnd 1 Cniimnni, and (Jinsr, nnd Illair, wml at SiTillwd iod f wak the sul.Ji-iti of iluitii forrwl wlilcli .llio dcitii.alioit of the couw of, ll I'nirlHd td-ii, il. Do vim that-Mn troii.4 maltitri wlmt lilt4 UiiliUry V'jj, niAininin Jtiinwlf that it was thedniy'of mvry-ckluMi 'irt-ii'iji-, iwtoi or hU minili thfc (jovtiniinont, !n j'l-'ft; Hit viitt Intt'iid to Imhl him n-sj tho fttttliorily.trtin! pml'.ty, at llie t'Jf MuhiUiu the IliiiuU in iln it ciinei Irolu thfe lutiiU of flui- lalhew. (leli. i w'. W'V" )y concurs ill thu Mill 'Krt.1 itabtu Secretary .of lint 'J'ruiujtiry, that1 III large niinibcK of bin which ahn _ War h ''not a war for their, Hilijuxntioii, luit war'fii'r national hint Uiat" aii'mi-jti result ttt the Uiiitin will (5- in Stales in ilisumclion as Hit; Slatvn wlneh 1'tyal-'.' intk'C.l, iiiL for all the .Stalw. it is still mot for'lhc'South titan for tins'-Nurlli. who the KIRIM of ihu (iimi cnn Ml l Union prove whitth l.irlii.l, Uic 'ullciiaM Kcctiims wiinld IM iiilliK-ncyd 'by l-il- cadi vlln fetiinj; in favor u'onhl tw rcinlcrtij still i twin JNiwcrful Ity tlic cftiirsowf cv'ciitn.'a'nd, lie- from the rent rain in whicU trill ilsraclion, would wimi in, aoiivc tiuti all alutig the extensive liifdcr everywlivre tlio'iliost tearful IM jiiil to llie.AdinitiiiiiHll-aliott, Hid to wllidi NDntnir do- uf lliem ruU'eoricul nmtWiTA.; ;And wlmt Uiould dvn. Fremont m the 'lieu Vir Act of Gen. Lywnovcragniii Ity IK) mCiuiH) lie tliouM clilrcnch liimnclfi cajiilal. He hhould hat In a condition tu raiiit any nt- tni-k, leuvint; tL Ha Kbimld do (i ill in foru-lilflkiciH nulil- llu shoill itturly Lhcolnliiorrt tif tliejnuniiili.il B lo tlum mid Atul iniscliievitus lor in Ihu wukc of hi i Iw, should (tivcilltcin n little an. cnnintur, ami winl tlietti oil" in another direct tor IR-IUT at least this in the way 1 would fcrvc every individual of theui A1. GriiyNVSl again filled 'bnV'sbel cau IM deiiirL'd froni a Stars, nnd oilers t go Itead his a'Jyerti.semeiit in (o-day'.-t In I imtup Lhrow fyur Govtriimeul, the supervision lions jiatc and nil the horrors of civil kn Ju tuyal j jtntc'ttito rebellion, ,lliuy Jtru aMutl by, hirjw fwin i torn the tlireciloiV of title, and liuMitijj the -Naslivillcaffil f ut in (Io aw, trttc mil fiilly. We ian liail tlufcnd 'Indi licarl il'- tthiiy bboulti yet'tliowrittetrcon- sent of their jinrynlij -or.gtiardiStis.'- then 'the olllcer dl in the mustering olliccr." .There Have' inany Ailing enlisted ]inretit who hnvc ptit-thc UttcryittxMrrmblc uf jtrotesling loget them lllnt'aoliw- i- i tiTii' therefore, be well .fitr thl-n'v H ittlw-turned StiVi caii' etc, A littluisnch. ptccautiou "welt Uiijluil tf'the over ''cightci-n 'vrdiintcers lo'reiiiember that to onllt, go j'HO enmp, and then wliu'ti. fiomc-i to liumtcri lo rrfuxr. tit .tinnnt fiitoIfir -illow to niudi to Iiimsolf. If there no good reasons for an by '.th J.'OOO'itictyaiid 'In all ihe.teun retrvnlins rebvli, wound I'ncc liis-steiis iuwnrdu n-> war thence id th lins already duin> 1 na by ru- ltr carry Nlidittd 'I-A1 U'ttcr-from (date-notgiven) _ ..........._ iy oth- er loynl nnd tetter than" iriimy. ''Her- ;i3 arc to in every equip from the nuiic to Uic.Mi.-iBOuri, ttudi whuitivvr iheir r lias to .ihu LCSL btteil, to Uie Itiit lieCatiw olli- ;r' 'itieir' dtity, ;il for' tw tolreliisc 11 mui'i) ihiiu ours, thi-i Itring.abuul sjicedy. restore .ion of thu tjiiiiili, with .nil iu lilu.s- Imtlrb more, and llie.Miuiiiir it U ilvnv.'tlH: tmicUcr-tln! con Hid wilLbo tlmt of n .If, with ihu imiiiL'tisu xiipi'riilrfty ni aild ix'k'oiircux ihu hiynl Suites, in nnyiliipy like nn njual riiltii with lliV vlli.lls made'in lliifi re- HJlii'im Would het nny information could lw liulu iliily.iiinl world -uiiiv-'uincli u bravu.tijid htyul -milc .Slale. Tit hj- every consider- alloh of hiiir; Inu-reHl.' nml nlli-clioti, nil that IUIJKJ lo itv Inr wltich n, involving an it the ;j' in VisllVictMif llie If yUtvr cru [hone ofduty und devotion to o< mny be in the thni the war) hut Writers; n'lwl'tlinflf'the'flncr- nhd Ihli'ti'iici; ol Ihu SM ly met ami punUhoil. olir-v.wn UOt lie- aiid who will leave 'tlu-lr 'hotiiM.1' in rnst lliftriintnhry In tin; itf tlio uniiv, tartniir leave ihii iiiccli'inlti hit tin: hi.tcx- nnd llio limn hU military, l.y en- tli'-iiiHulvoH nlMtcr In xorvieei 'it'liu- or tin: nillilnry law of t I-a io li.-f.-iitl' iliL-ii- rjumil-y'niul llii'lr IHIHI.'S. Kfsf'v iil'iiiTn Suite (Miahle ol 'irnn should In llio caiMJ nnd to ihu netfdstlitM of lift hmir.nli'l let in.slnnv Ihu woild Itvtliii Siifi- In indite -pirrjimi nnd r.iiKTty, that wo ure woriliy ol oiirjiircs, and u-wrvu in retain tlie inlivrilanee tlwy Im- Upon thottc who rriiinin nl .1 iliily'ilfiiuCiiig [.ruvisimis f..r the fiitiillios.ifthoso wliif nrliihy librfaf. ler cnlcr the nnny. xnldlcr hi Ili-ld should huvti licit cUiMicn, nml nil wlxinrc his fora living, would Iw (iroviilcil With Millkieiil food nnd clothing. Hiti'll nil lusiir- hnrdKhips ninl pVjvVlions i.f jifu. which it would dti equally fill and unnetwHsrry to describe. As to any 1 oMivcnlinnal arnmguUignl'-fun llio KUrmndcr of fajplivcslAVc.s.thtj ulliirt would Iw siniply im< jmssiblc. It wait with to this Kink thinfts tliat te ttmintuih- cd under sucli considenttiotM. tlic, Miou that the romlt would lend to. emaiiciiia. 'lion. This was the view ho intended to jire- Ketit'U) President If nieitibeM of our Confederacy live in [-act under cnmmon cmjwwcred.to rojulv.c tual collisitiiw 'fttnong thcm.'it were vwn to ic-uirchow they togclhPr with the causes of dUHculfy in full whun'lorco Iwcoincs Looli'mj; osfMiuiiilly- lo ihvir posiuon, by which llwy interlocked, that qnreitnited access to ttuijiccan vitally iiiiiiortaht lo wbicfTlho Unitwl iHtnglitiml paid fur________ ___.__. it1 would be M ralihniil to Ktoj Tho lUih Oongrawional'DiHtrict of tlio Mi8sissii.pi nnd tribuUrieSns toattctitpt nMM ;-nUcj States in ft f.-w: Wcokn another OimtlvMit any HtuUild waiitfor tircixl ruimiinL while our otlinUry in full lo-uvcrtl in- wild ilir hi n'tinie we slu'uld give .freely ol r lor llio nilief of lathers nnd brothers' nrc poriling their tivcit in battle. varnrstly rvcumuu-inl tltul ovvo lakeellicicnl and syiitematic Slqw lur the iu-iMiuplUliu 'iif-tliili '0. l'.r October 1, Onvurnor ollmliani lluriierS l-Viry Tnlivu. 1 iKiRvnge'of' onlirinnSi Iij llie traitor oonvrnlmn ofi.Yirpinin' wax' at llr'vt _ its proinolpit.il'ii nt Ki. mond.'lhc fnnii re- giiin (ind relitrneil Iii their home's.. The instant oftheir'arrivnl thcrti tln-y jjummdned tiij-clhtir the-tnililia   oslra.lnniug'C'eji'm-qinlly'lhiisii deaths'of'lfc'nry nind' X V I'.1) li' sitinu davit left "tliis" city, viz; ildittoiMl locomotive tn 'their tmliVor rc-.icliing nlw.i D Oivre a njl scarcely f where: tltry .vere'to camp) ttntat length' they initp Siiiiivni'i.'and not ijll'ia did they They :coiintcr-tiniichcd and to (Jainji rtSiiti1, of a 'iiille' a the Tx-iniiiiidcrv 'but nil iretil'at'it 'It Jl ;-cil4cnt: thnl inviur tiflhii tin frgm .Oainp Allen SO men to llll.iiii thai ADiM-lhe regiment chilli Ihi Illtnl it will'lie inovplat ijnrui to ilcliy. 4( wLlvtty urevnilH Tim rylwU arw yilKHilcd nL Kniilux iu o M'Vfd (Jint it jisiri fif Uttir. licit hnvu Itccti KrtiLtnluJvvlitnc (rom Which llial tt la i citii ntna r'lRnrntnrfiiiWi', in Illicit Si nut; am] llrcvk; illcil Midi ttjKiii tlini shiil wliciiPvcr Our iillvirrd ll'olll hvo II- la'llovos II will bc'-lt'clK'c." (Ity ft ivny, It h tlinr llic PiWhlctil anil (Teh. tn iuAvinp.SL .Tim uf u's nrmy nxtrtid fruni to within llicrii' will lw nil Lite -li, .KK) culliil out Ity tJttv, (ttmible. 'The tlnveriiitruf Iiidimwliini iftsuwl an aJ- srnltittj; lujfth the c'lliwils ctmitl flhcmhclvw for' ihe.prwrJcliiw It is (lint rcliel: tnsrcbing en lit 11 a frt tcrjt Anicrrjsiriiiiiiiri dig renmins' j fjt1" firi lictlicr (.lanbaldi cpniq.s to Amenca. thc'rcbelifort ith hid entirv fgrcc; liiiil Jitx iu.lliu only niid'15 piecca'of tu is ycjjtcrdaylllial t5jiae ri ._- I'Vienil-natt oi'seVl'iirj- VeSMtl "li'tl -nil I'll' H' 1 iTdi'm' -itrlirif y-ninonff fu'drlvuju tin- tlitf I'ototim'c J _' ra i toiis ai 'iiin ..i iiKiy bb dra'wii' Juw U> ;i... _. onct, aflVont; -imvertIiulu.-M: 1.will iKi'it oficc Jttdhit jiuril of Hu hiisjaet you P' "fc'tici! tiiken.by'''thu antly'outof the thusj; very little'Wiis'i-vcr iKvinl'o'r seen'of itrccrt'm'l'hu Suu'lji i-iftur tlie wa'f.lii'jprh'iii'tliiil inurier, cxchlitiyeiy. limited oTiicVcn hundred iliitl ul niiib; hundred iti Of'the iH-o'ycnrs'ijrutDSi ;Ctive and yi7SfJ. ;A "few AruJ Icnowii, fhat >ymle Oirulma wcre'reuily to tVdliure lo tlio I'niuii nficrthinr r.iit- ish tii .retire! they a during tho wnr. --The Ttiicu.iii- p King ihc ehiinijiterisUc soi da'tftl I .Koivj.-ua. ;IHT The nverlnnd tnnil-ruiitc id divided inlo which: llivfe'its'oouipatiy of cutilrsctviy.'i aiid Jn.ffvif 'tlnTiVtwciity 'miles' Ix'twten'Rtafions." 'Vy'frfli'ij-c. uiii, not1 IeS3 J IH, nnd somc'si .ljntr; Cfod ;iiiy Potil. rcayutiAvIiy .iieU-KHcvoua they Uiedj, w.an temper I nntiirc. yon nre vvi'j- CirTronvit- Vcu nnd litfjcl-ilr Youril-tst kllur wan'written i you Citmiot. :uU'iue fruni ttllicrtt, you infill tukc.it from your atl'jclii'iiatt; Imituut-i -j T Uril.UV." i'ier gifts tbo t-tiigUj tuftler-llie Bent- iimutmi fur each divbiou forly llioiwuidiu-'iUds.Hcr atiwum; tlio cx- '11 sulj'-fiye iwnttf I'ur day. ,'J'lio comp-tny. are dssiiu rfilU'Rt'nll Uie'sLalioiTOi tliii Ueierts, ;Utitttili.'civJl .Authority. w i) or ihrve t> v .with t concurtuMi) uf.ihe of ..'J'hero irf tiotlrns in ti' of lift iiw -of thf citrz ntry-son pnifuiUs in Iho tlmt Imit. dv'lud wt y nhlctlo inlit thu.icoii- lo Jl-ht.nll- thu b Tliu I.nte (imiurnl; Ucviinv.iit Wu.sbiiiclnii. -The .viinvjof lie Iii liOraMncn..wuuhl bu mviewed, aii'd, slill.-uiore eijjut or.ynilcd.yintvs Hegulnr.i'lyiiijK.Ar- heavy rilliidiuii! horses, riders nnd in full am! ''A bfoail; level i-iut'of llie raik-, nnd early in the exlrcmtlies'iir Seventh "'rind ''Kour- ritid n rid a'of fiitir or HyViliilcs, preccdctlrthe review.1 uitiniirir'Kircihiid.i nflcr'tliehi; a' citriwje 'of Mltsico foi- thfj J7iV' i fit I ill- j Virginia if Ircal- tut bring her own tlrpni U u ti known. uiwuii Jinliltninlu fur liter tryiiHict, nnd: the liU- 4ory wuron thin com incut will Iw u'l-onUHljn Una ItuL one in the durlim Sen- r HiifftjiiiU; nsin rcvolnlililia yy l ilr. ,il I. mil rfmd'Cnn vtn lion, irt-t nvox. -1 -AVv WhltnkVr, C' i1 Urdrriy. 'MlJ.irp.mil, Our Iroup-t nl' Norfolk ImVu'lMieiLurtlul'uill'io It is rcpurlvd lliat Ucn. I'olt. wtlli a forfc of Im-i Uken of, Maylluld, Ky. Thu Mtcnmer Itnhomtnti hits witli 'urditean dnlt-s Ut the -JOlh ult; had ryf'iscd to to j.iin the 'IJ. S- nniiy. ''1'lie readied tlic trcnieiidoiiK'Tollinj; if the Tin? l.nniloti Times omtimies its 'Tlffc .VcrokeM ntid Creekrt h'avii'joined illo reU-I.-i. The fonnC-r have raiseil lAKXl'tiietl for a-rvtru in tha ttmfederatu nrmy.'aitd llictaUer I.finO'siwiig; Tho MftA.nicCJrand Illinois--, isses- iioii'at K. M. Uhuruf ,.Mvsirer, ICdwiit-d 'Kowc, ltd 'firt.l-KO -lib Tlnnunx MemH f.lli .In'ni'H Harper. llolMrt IMI, Allen O.idnnl. II. VltlVATISt, Th-.nm llmnkii l-'red'filoti M Cutler Will T" Ihwli'iw 'Al nun (-H'lit'Giir liaillerilanisidtl li-nry (1 DatfltljiJT .luhli I' ttefr .ti.lil, 1> Itarn.. lUllleld tinlft Mason lleilry Miller J allies'M Xi'sliil Uldtant ,lohn U'llittfr 'Vail liTnriier thnl.Uiu   witli thu n VMI- J'mliclJi by thq wcnk- tivvti tlib munll burilvnt it'ibint .thpf.ilJlily Iu tra-tily Unit for nil Utt nirii of civil many flislr j likely to of. ltfll llicy nil llio llirS-Miili'-ni l ,tA. iifgro reryf'olinuximis.To'atl w.............. ___ vithldm. ''Itii liii-.l fr nwpudttht wtilu noticr.in liiHulritiilcJn-mixid-i 1m wnlj in- w, Itcnrtn- d iejitctatitrs' lo Llic jjny with ;ii'tltlc' liorscrO liveried liHittncti, lailicrt Lilr run! fittrly intlii.sten', ttulllorM, rt'JiW frfiMf uf Iti'-h'i.r luiv There llic court Iwninclii-VWiili Jha.-iei 'than whlclt latter1 let me-' remnrk, there 'lit mil' at iiutrv and n'xintis di.nitrrylti this. Mr. Cltajie is- daily anil1' lightly rwilll n ll-.t'llflHtritticH'wcyi- fer til tha uf.rMSonnhIy.wvM Ir.iiiiUhtiliiitioi'y: of 17711-and iVJiO.1' 'rbm j will IHJ tl.lii time no rutilliiclitii! IruojH of1 thu linu fiiini tiltwr to thd nnd tha "niilitlu" uf Uui l.-'..l'ly Will li AI likely In Htny nt nnW OS to inUa an cttrlv "ppnntmiiy imtof th i ftirett lundinc nt umrch towar.l CliArkxluiL Tho fbiidltloil >tf J ihu cuMut clltw nut dcbmsihle tin llic l hind nidi-, mid it hardly'lw niwesxary lo I u-ntl liirlhctfiiiiijik'tion uf ihu third jMriillcl, I tho Hritlth did In ITfJO. ,Thu ili'fuhdcd IhrwJ Wttio cd in nnrlnjunt llio forWHnl, In rnre.lUw.nii thought'titHiaiMrry Itnjnk-: llio j i.rilir imrlhci'tr Sintol tlirOUsli-tllc j WRntiin-KMiif ihnSonlti. 'Tho gnvtt I iliUtiiisiif ilio tu'dfturiioiH nro-'the tuitna ;nittv j MS llmti nnd when arO1 complete I Uirinii'li .tiiilllnry (hiiiirsHitin an It U niiw Mary to Inku ill lUd iii tirdcr '.liviu n'jll not' I'C n ur a ilillicitll '.tntm 1 Jolin tlnilHd Il.tt'lic 'crrtalnly nllows'li tier oirea. 'The entile'1 nx'n IfiH' no salute nitr other formal "iWtioV" was tendered nl Hfrttt nol-'tlitjiv; lihn 'with tlitt VotillnlmHb'tt tji it'lenfey'sslili ''t'ltcrt) itiahy ittiVtlirrs oti IWiynfd tyyitl fair itstmen. but frtimtlu: liitrd'HpeclHele1 (he" Secret of'11.1 As I hnvu mentioned Wfinl Itl-rj- an irtdetitlrtt fVnltire rtf rnui'it, Utniiln- ihto Iwrk'rs ftl lite criicu'nilorniHfi it'ino of mUUnry -ionH, worn trtjrt iif nM wliltc With plllnirN; nnd HI dticll renl N'orthbrii vCiych well tlii? (niorcnof Uiij tlArkec i f, bcailiiM tu .HCIK! llti-ir lovely CD'IItrail n Mlirt. rere mniiy wtmin, Ktiilili, IwlMlwl In IfliUv In'r by (lit) Mil YhW. lit-) 'thu IK'lil'hl ItHr'fli: ginrlrci nlid thV'niinti' Hiirc I'riiiw: '.Hilfn1 'inti. viir.il 'rt'lhW With lie 'sitnir.-1 f'j-iijwl.i'h .hums Neliu Wm I'rnln 'JrK Qran.1 Tliu nnd C. Toler, ,1 niiuji ur'UduiiniKsiiiiierN fiir MIHSIUM nVet at Cleveland' ywterday. Tim Treasurer 'n-jtiirU'd tliu fxiieiidtttitvit yt nnl d; they piow.days ago we uubiislioU, 'roninn- otlior iiapcr, rjiuburgh FL Wayncit Chica- ;o lind luul- lakctt ,to Jlurclnnd, QUio, on a of robing Utc.iiirtil iii tlii.-c a'tetterjro'iu It. C., Western .Division of hoiiornhly discharKdl hy tho At iliis correctVhat, tinreaUMl liyour copy of the pnragrnpli ai- n M.' rnrroii, linted Post Minster for 'tijiiil'mny'liiis Iven 'aitiioihtctl Post Cainjt AHca, discredited in ourliiinw. Jttitill c( -great l at Icsslliniif The of Miii-cicliu-ie'.tn liav'e ro- iiuiuiti.itcd .li.hn 'A. Aniliewjt fur Gu'vcrnor.' a. in .the -vicinity of Washington yesterday; the l-'edenil ing ciigttSed in fwrtifyinj; theii mlvancud posi- Uur'lines' rench to willim lltrco miles of ml'lm relwls' rlglit won tliii Occo- .ptnti, their ceiilrc from Fairfax toiilaiiwUtt, and 11 uir It-ft frutu l-'erry to Veahury. Their latteries on the Polomacarc for the pro- U'Ctiun of- Fnidcricksburg, which! taken i their tlftnk would Tlifirecent prcapitato retnmtof; Jlniil ItitU'r Swnnn IVi'Timwr" V Wilbur the.following view of ourl'omgtt ccla'.iuns.! 'It have read.with pnill ilick-fferS hy.a '_ uf llie Vi'inctf ilehilnu I'oinlpiiiir. with .Tlii Ii'dti In ihu it-' jutwrr I niiilyV.tli l hs tlj'ny, of. (r.illit rttin iiliifi tiVoiir wliolii nre acutd 'nnd I'Tliildii liy luiidjtig Us oheiliiL-H.' J .......liiity'orspnlil scarcely wiiliin s'tvll LLS.I cunning than luild nnd ri-iihcc, Ihi-y lltcir so plainly that the 'of State lni.4 lifcn to impute into llio matter; that wcniny Sce" lyltelliirf llic CUM does not tiling iiiiire ilmn 'words. nil while wu linvu an Allied Jticiich. utul. tif utir lo hiilly .Mt-i kelvcs- in tlmt with jiamfnl vividness thai nnd Monr.K woiu tar-iicciin; men. looltiux mlu Llic 'futur< fi'iim" this.w.itcli-loiver.oftli eolntnn rank The. Mcernluo- y WUH MiriH-ixnl itntk-r cimin l tn tlmt In ieiri if riplitly W throw a doulil lipun, bi loyally. ihicfnr wlift .......j. 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