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Hagers-Town Free Press (Newspaper) - June 11, 1834, Hagers-Town, Maryland I a hope that Kshould have the happiness to i 'you mutt first permit me to thank you t lias his name; and uoohieet her again, and bowed myself away. the honor you have done me, or you oTibe creatures bowlings and That night I rose 50 per cent m my soever again induce us to spit upoUrn esteem. said I to, my- telf, Hhe man whom that wouinn distin- ruishes must own some attractions: sbe is The following Report published at lovely and intellectual specimen of her love of such a one ol Washington would be something to pride one's self of WashinjrtoB. cejon.. What honor is the love of a giddy 1834. indiscriminaiing who runs the market year during which of matrimony with her heart in her hand _ eager to bestow it on the first Truly I'll be a chapman no more for such common wares. But vanity! vanity! .Can the rich, beautiful, sought, at an age when- prudence has mastered passion, think of such a one? .Yet she seemed ve- kind.'
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