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   Green Bay Advocate (Newspaper) - August 8, 1850, Green Bay, Wisconsin                               D. KUHtNSON, My Country, mav ibe always bo right-tut right or wrong-i my VOL. 1. OBEEN BAY, AUGUST 8.1850. NO, dreeaBfty Advocate. H rcuiuiiMi tvtr.r inunitMT MuBMKi. tiv MUHIVHOV UKOT1IKH. r.. in 'HI il'l'-.ii'l il'irini! tin- ISu.iil'neriji- .ill ion-main uf IlK' Tiutn.if A u v (HTM j Wi-l'K. _ _ I Ml liil'ir.'f'l Ilillf l liu rut Tliv itilcmii word I lie thrmil Ami doldm uro il inn Sorrow whuuUI tLumlMrr }u our prulal luitlla bludc! Ilia hi'lmet anil lii" pliimt! Anil hiH Ifopliie. laid him in llio luinhl (Hen limu-marketl votriaun come, Wild rnnrliul etoron anil tnullletliliuin. (jivo lu ilia cnrth hii fame! 'Twas d'jrii liut lu Not NO Lin ilC'alliU'M ntinti! 'J'hnt ciimnil aiiay In youth, in mufihimd, anil lit age, IIii ihniiiiiml IIJH Cuunlry's pugu, (Irrrn lir> iho vvillow-h nigh Ahi.vc1 Ihe twilling minimi M'hi're ilio horu now lu etumi'tifulcit ifruilhil. His tik'innmt'iit hi.i (Untn I Bucinesi Oardt. :il Law. VI S. II. COTTON, I''imi-rll'.r, niel Si.lmter. IllVne on H IV. TIMOTHY 0. HOU H, Atiiimi'y ui I uml Siiili-iinr in ITV lire" n II- y. JA.MKS MUKIlAY, M. j-m-.iiv I'liiBd'-1 Al'.'tlit'Curj. Aj'i'l.'li'ii. -'if JAMIIS n. IIOVVT.. ,f.Mt. 111 I.II1V, Mill Slllll.-ilur ft, liu-i-ry. drt'i'ii Hiiv, n. .Vnf I- In Il.i-All.....) lln-fil-il .''nii'ra'.i-f "fill" Ali'll'iH'irnl VMM ul- I', ull cnlln III Ihe priii'lirc "t l.i'i -r (ir..... II IV. h" My I Ki'.i'.-ii'-t'. s.'Ulli "f I'-i'ifi'li: williiiii'iul l.'iilliiilN.......ii-i'ti-il tviil. il.i- vt'il'ii (ili-i-ii Mi.v, J-in'y ('HANK A r.l.otXiHIT, ll.v-.-'i-ini "ml IMlii-i- nn W i.slmuM'.li .1 inly I'.e N iv .ut." l'i. I! i V. I II VM THOMAS II ".'tin- 'Ilii'V I'l.l'lir lO'il I ini.l V..., til 111 iii (I. mi. ill l.il'l< I li'H'- VV.-i-.MI-HI. 11.ill II -iv. I r.i.i.is. hi. Ii ui- ill IlilK'ri'i'k .Mill- II. I'. I.ATO.N, nnd Si.licil, lin ini'i'iv lii-it'-nil Ai'i't'i I i-i .Km- lii.tri.i. Ciiliiim r, I ilii l.'u- .....mil. Iv II. Hl.l.is, i A ilcrii'-y --il 1. 'WViii'l ee- inual Chilli's till you whore uro the houso, and (lie saini? oviM you till you are married. Lady Whartun fur Lontluii; mauV tho i> _ ______ ___ I ___ i-11 ,.n him. What then, that tho illa- tions dispelled by former coldness should ni- nprcor beneath the genial warmth of such a reception 1 Theru was no rival in this cane: of that ho felt nwurcil. Indeed with Iho exception of the Ilev. ttdmuml llarford, curata of the par- ish churcli, and MuryN cousin, Laily ton and her daughter lived at Archer's Lodge in almost onliro seclusion. Sir Hiclmnl for understand? "I think I slammcred lior hand, lur your hurried nj; tonic roach sary arranjc- Vou mcnls fur conlimiinj: thu payment uf Lady Wliarloii'H dividend Id's, as "That'll well A silence of several min- utes succeeded, followed by Incoherent mur- murs, indicating thai the BtMises of the dyitii; man wora wanderiujr, dark Looed and up__i tliru'e trumps Lijfht tho candles we cannot sec the cnrds Ah! what shapes aro thi-so El Ion, Mary! so stern, too, now thnt Truvers has promised promised" Tin' dealh-ratllo chunked hit utterance, and in a few minutes Sir Richard Whimuii had three-fourths of Iho year resided in London, and when visiting Devonshire, surrouiuh-dl About three weeks after tho Innerol of the himself with associates whoso tnunncrs and I deceased baronet, Lift.H. received u iih a; then proceeded to I'ortsniuiiih, ciml joined bin ship, which in a foxv days afttrwar.lt sail-! cd fur iho iSunlh AmiTican'iitiilioii. Lady Whartun and her daughter rotnnvi.'i as, they had intiinatcd, tu Waleit, xvltoro KJ niund Hartford hail oiilainoda curacy, seaivo ly of so much inonoy-valne an ihnt which lu had loft in Oovonsliire. Aficr tin- lipim of i. twelvemunth ha was married tu Wiiar- lon; still, however, rt'taininjj his otifacy at u moins of usefiilness, Tiio union was u hap-! .luiii.jnj' H py one, In tliu enjoyment of an amply snlU- eicnl income, and begirt wilii juymis in- fancy, theii' llwl in trainpiil luippi ness; und each sneceoiliiijj year, as it them in their beautiful retreat, anirn wilh some new tili'ssinif their sum uf'xvorld- ly felicity. If u tliought of Ihe liable-hearted man tu whom ihoy wore inieoii'ciously lo Itiku'pleasurt) in his variej and bril-: rmidercd furlhur dehiy or hesitaliun di-epiy indebtetl erussed their minis, liant mure, however, lhan llu could not luuve Marlatnls when u prese-iit lor did her niolhor and Trnvera without Irunk c.tplunalion wilh  n Kith tlnirtu of most retired Hjii'i'ilily ilLtonitcJ with a wind- vntu1 I n llnjf-siiit''1, which was ly c.vlii'.ili'd liiiiitiiij; ol every luiu and duvicu known iihd bfiiuth tho mill, but .d her mother and Trnvera without coming to a irunk ctphinalion wilh Jllon of marriago with him was, the lien. ,allll1 Mlfs resolved it .nant f.-lt, out of tho question. should tako thai very morning. .u..d Uurford-i. salary as curate was onlv "J'ilnblc hud yet his relnuvc to t ho of arnx'c.'l: or a (fiixetti-nl' dmt pi-rind unniHini'Sil fine u: th.! hold ile.'iis whioh aiivaiicud .liicti'.nimnt TrnitTH in poverty and wrotchcdnosH, wonltl permit i an inlcrconrsu litielv tu huveto falal a 1ur I mm Ihetn; wouh: noud, ,or Itarlmi'ls, they know, lun, Thu. hopin-r, nilt 10 ll1'0 dH'.j-ncffnl so- I .lisp-yed He, BHrrendered himself nuresiMinjjIy to the CTCt- Al liu "rst ri'' r'L'xl leltrr m' l lluence by which ho xvna enthralled. lie f" W'i'fWnj.'iat sha was prnni- He h.id ,V1- vvatkod, tishi'd, played ut billinrds with tho. pfllci'iiip; her his Imnl parlici'putcd froolv in all thu various! "Is1' ho adupied for killing timo, Milt lo a union xviih him. i; ull ol thrso pnminjr, and awaitc-d with tt.rluriiisr an.xioty j arnvc-l nl a favoraldu miiiiiont lor U'l-ininaliiig llio fever-! lc> [lll> astunishmonl, ishdoubw uhich, rcawn us ho rni-ht, still! tip the hannted him incossnntly. A i miililen, unexpected and terrible, cut churl his leaittilinn, and puaheii him lu a dociniun ho j ior tun to Ihe. brolikfa nnd mifiltt Imvo eld- dolayed ftr books, i J i-i What n ill wilh intense not Ajiiher's "liidooil, WK BIT, years. A disputes arose lalo one nijlit b'..'tvvepn fciir Riuhifil Wbarturi ami uno of hit: alleged unfair play at In-; ,v. epithets wo.ro freely and after a friiitlfss mion.pt by the persons present lu ndjiial iho (juurrcl aniicub'.y, an ap- peal lo Iho arbitrament of thu pistol wan ar- ninyod fur an early hour next Tl'.u tnoU place, and both wore wu.mdej at ilia lirsl Kichard, an il proved niurtally. Mr, rop! We received a letter y uller we inuilo 1'ur thi loa.se uf a house in tu Kdninnd's iinw fMii'af.'.v, which he will suit us vvi-ll." gusped Travcrs. "Mary, IUVP, placi.1 iJiesi) eaiil Jjii- dy VVharton, l-in llio in my tinder Lord Kxmuuth, of thu Ui- iinijjh of iht> Jlnii.-b llect over nvtiof pi-' rules reached Iheni in line Jiied by vieiury's evor-present rriiiisuii .-hailuw list of ini.l wuiiMile.i. lliirford. "hiiieeil anxiun-ly the eul .inn, and an' "Xi'liutnuii-n   ll.'.' ihn hist year's divi- siiat. Ti had it'll forwarded us us il di.l ll Hii'hanl h.-r.iic ers, un-l their nwii ii'.ter wurldlr noil, uvcrvvlioliiii'il llioin 1 "Tim ileal.li uf (.'apt. lliu Ininliers wrute J, ;u llu1 dunr nfier Inlly ospliiininj; 1'fie bamnvl was hastily conveyed .v V.u'i "ry.'-ii IV'r.i'T nf .Mam siuil I'UANrlS I'.'il'lltl tlry II ml" I 1.1 -ill. A r. Al' ''rill-f "I' I'lii-rv-lri'cK. iii-..r Terry, llrt-eii WII.UAM 1> riMJil'IlN, KNAl'l1. i" ili'i. in lii.iri'rii1-. Hii.ti'n. lliirilxiLire. Ir.'ii.A r. HAY fOV, iiillrv H." IK MYIION C. VO'-l'l-" It AT I A XV. nr i.vr. w t> N si INti STOVKS. fur Haii' r In-ill' >'v i ;i. -.i'.i. i..i' SON- Ut.AI'KIMi 11.ST t'ul J Tain ai IIK'KS'. A miunly of I'OOKIM iiKt rt'i'i'.v.'it fi-r Hiiii' eat mure (han he liad been toiiird t Pitm'tly, on tin; vory muri trr ihe news arrived thnt hia hud lily pits.-i-il for u in tl.o Ruynl .Vary, Mr, TVuera was found dead ami mid in II'H heil. Tiio rurriior'.-; Unit ho ilu-'l by wasi.t this timy n finu i-f a intelligent naval olliri'r mnl rirli, ivM-l-iukiiiff, ,'ttul uf rulinst iieallh, rniylit ho fuirly luohed us an treuiety r.crsun, ici nil pruhn- hii.ty a hi'illiiitit. t'tu.i.lless future awaited. In th oltieer's own cijiiniuii, h-nvevcr, nil those aids nnd aoplinnciM weru if tliey f.iili-il to ui'laiu fur him the 1 jeci, ulier funio, uf liU timhitiun lliu luiri'l of rhat lieaiitit'iil by tvhnin, sieee his first vi.-it lu iiin father ut his wimle ftv.il, boon I'lijirti-iiid. Mis iidiniraiii'ii ut'1 .Mary lun tin till the nnd intense frum ivinainod as yet tlrictly I'tinliin d tu breast. His honrt alone knew arid brcuclod over uml was liKely, it K'em'.'J, il.i no fir indofitiitu lu mine, inasiiitiefi as tli'1 il.iriiijl sailor, j wliu had already boon mice woim-led L'i dos- pcratii boat rxpcditDtu vvhich lin had j inltintrcred, dunbted nineh wlifiherhu sliunhl I ever antticietit uudaoity lu iliDcluse his I even (u ihe fair lady herself. j It is Iho laith or itnagiiiatiun of lliu wor- I sliil'per which ur tho nhrino with its iratisei'iiileiil and often TravcM had fiiiinltfil his own u pcrsun which h'tf oiulil nut but admit wns one ti> frighten ll.u gentle: sex n profosrimal ropiitaliun fur nnd nml now, n'nico the dcalh of hi-; father, liatidsomo f.ir- prujiuiinei'd thorn all mer-f dress and rays when wei.jhe.1 the divine per- foi-iiiTis ui' iho lady. Ii is very dunbifnl i whi'lher nny nthi'T huniiit) wuul.l hnvo arrive 1 at the .v.-iiny conei'i'.i.'iii. .M'try v as .in aniiab'e, j.rirl and hn bi aiity, if iiut uf t'n1 hriiluul kind which al lirf-l view the heleiM'.T, VVIH j ly lilti.'iia'.i'ly dai.ye.Miis in ils jwnsivo- 1 lIiuDyiifnlno.-s. und in the ;rentlo- lies.'' ii'h'i-li, from the trnii'pa- rent depths 'net .-w.'ot blim cyos, 'inied the pale. cl.'ti'k will) varying chnrm. this beauty uf inure ih :.'i I (iiriu. linl.ali'i.' teinl- r und il.si'i'-iiion, hud fe.illy worldly she x'vuiild nut i p-ssess uiio atiii vvus neither fa'hinn- wcaUhily Her father, Sir Iv.thard spendihr.ft, uf did it i." true, bill bankiupl aliKoin heaUh and furtiirie, knuwn, in lu be scarcely vory ilesin.blo us father-in-law: nud yet Kraiieis Travers, ns he louk leave of i Ihoughl acctis- fufjumm, jrciitlemun vviih white lips. Ac- cursed re.l.ta A fevv tnonieti'.s ulienvnnJa 1 lift uddcd, "lluw thiiil; yon, my Uiis utf'Hiy may hist an huur more. luun i must bo'ipiick then thu room bo cleared ul onuo uf all c.Ncepl my rtcrvanl. Jumos, ho added, as soon as Ms or- ders won: obi'vod, "hasten tu Mariiiiula tu Mr, Travel's; t'.'K him i musl sco him instantly. layinjr tho cxplamiliun'thiil I limit nuw innlii' pe'-l lielnru siiil.lenly ilepvived an they What rolalivo lu were, as by llio r.n otn'h i liter's waml, "Tn Mary and hurcoiisin, Hdmund llarfurd." "I tlieir imiifiinary wealth. o.xdnimeil llnrford will, learful vi-ln- nu'iifo, ''what will heroine uf iln-in. n'irred at tfiey h.iv.j been and will prnviiii1 li.ith i'nr tin :n i.tiil n-, iviilie.t her hnshand. 1 1 we hut (aith nii'i putitMH'e, I 1 ;ive lent; botrolhod lovers, anil linve 'l'jj. I licoii su, wilh my cunsonti for many iiKinilis. r'harton, lorrilie.l Uv ihe wibl express. ol llll! ma n's oy-'s. "itury Hiinie xvinhed inn lu yon my ci'ini- lint my heart tw ills in thai n.jblc- mint1.-; p jfruli'.uJi' and j and hardly s, bred, mi.eti tun rj, u. l..r -ay. the uu an.l n-yr. i nut wo able Uep-rtul (I nils nnuor'.anl i lo by and tu with lin' I ml, we hwj t inlii-onitury, Lirthcy Ivnili rutx-l i to Cmijfrtb's uhicli lii ailfluii, (in -.hliiTi: liy il iiy. lilil jnnt ax iiiid wcro nil' in t :iltllli'l) It u( ciiir' turn in n v r-iiiit', it ri-y, I nffurt' ymi isnli'n 1 1, 'til I. 'm-utli. Kriv >lay. Jlun-li. Tr..y. I't- iiilli, .N..V l'i. M. VMlli I. A .May. cll'lrnd r.' ii] m lii'tir in n lu to 1 Ufl it'll H'UIlM neiiv rlinle.i th.1 i i u :u the ui li.y; i'l 9 illtli'lelll J.J. il tl'i OVi't, ullii Wllili' Jill' ii till, ut nniunjj the I'.'ll': l- Ii M bj t SI. ;i l'..rii'r. ili MII, I.. .1 HMli. Si. Ill, nl I'linr, Jniif I tlh. M, p.ir, ll. I'm M. fllll An I ttilh iriiinj.' In III till' Hlllllt ......iV'l vi'iy i Xoll j :isn w III .J h. u h. It it i'.i ovi-r 'I'M u ol i in We uiin'-il homo ui in (it.in I w'l.ore wo iru'.y il.i I my hi-- vt nip iv lion icitni lo u tiiK A lin-ii'l i'.ie i.; t In li-' ,'ej.- M. l-'iiKliloii rnn ii'lu I'Jur in V.! >IM- Sl nl'irl Aim I. in-. ave nnr de ill his iron and then hurrying feet sum ssa''C', uml Lieutenant Trav m.mleu innn sli.nil'l ft. rod, of oisl''om.'' Uu doom l-Mn ed Mrs. llarfurd. J ferl Ins i li.Vsiis il'-'C'iily a.- y.inr.-'.'ll. ll i dron 1 tin. atixi for y.iii. A lui'l lor n) el uernpv.iiijf n cur- IViih u l) Ilir.-o u( ihiM' l.ili U' :r nu :he I'liuinry, llio VMIS in Itie C lii i.ji; he lie ntli ii i lit me, uf tlieiu vvillj ft vv iili llie qniU- ali'rnleil ruriHifli r- Wllnlll iho s :iol lor m the wur.-l! "I xvill be frank with yon. lieatth of Sir Uicliaivl has I time nio bnt a brief upaci- reinained lu j I'1'il him on earth. Tho calaflruphu of j tin? oilier day hnl. his end. in ill pruiiahilily, by nnly a few months. was. in thai evenl, i kne'vv, dealh. His un- il.'vul'.' iip- -s in y. ihe marriajfi! pnrt'.oii secnroil lu me, the inter, i r.Vi "'ill shiel.l you and vo.irs I rum h, y nf which in over eit'lit UniKlred ponnils per annum." j Ladv "I have j judjinienl ih" i-liiira'-i'-rnl i "y I-10 very next pu.-t a leili r-nrriv 1'roroi'd, I hog of yun, cover of ll.sssrs. frum a mi "Tho possession ul' :in ininjino in my own them tinit, by a will exe nnijdy Hnilii'ieni I'.ir tho iieeds of it j iiiiibiliuiM warranted me, 1 rr-ivpil, in to .Mary's i l-ady tho r, 'i.-iK- j with her cousin, whom has knuwn frum which hetnifrhtdie i sirlhuiid, an.l nf wurt'i IPI lu Alary j "A-iinytHvusuui! replied iravurs, flush-; _My llarfurd, havo, I pereein-.'Mr. Travel's, misled you; bi.t and honelil, tint j "that yuu j V'os n few inure puUatii.ns, my I yoimi; friend, and that whieh men call I will lai pitst, and 1 uliiill be nothing i" l "May nut uc utili is Sin; I" j by my unicrs Vun, t'rancis Trav-; crs can aluno uid mo in extremity." I What can yuu mean "Nul, indeed, to sax'e my ia pan Imping fur; bnt to rescuo an ancient name, which 1 have, already InniisheiJ, I'rurn indeli- ble disgrace, aut! infutny. Von love Mary Wlinrtou iny scarlet. i-aiil ,Mrs. I. or paiii..', "ihnt. (.'ai.iiiin 'I'lnvc-rs uil .1 In for udi :i in his jii'uS-ss-.in n.-: HII. M M.i- ;nl the ,ttll Truve-s on the thar ri-clod llx hankors t., ron-.il nsiuil mil Jl'WV "Ilicf, n inlill' ei'h.' lll.ANKS: >i HI i. vix ilu Xnrnum 1. If Hl.jl H4. rMmn'lialaiieei'ittii-iii illyint.-ii.li .'t" HAI.K MX iiiii.iif VT.oi u, rtiuh.iin.i in -V in I1 KNAl'l' come, ubuiit a thousand n year. Kami rno a jjl'iss of wulcr. Mow, Ciitnu nearer, Travers, for my oyes dim, and my njieecli, benath tho ciioiiini.' uf fell death, is fail t und'lillioi.lt. Vim know lliat occasionly rosidiufr nndev nna roof, have becin fur many yt'ara t'slranireil I'n.'in cieh iitdcr, I know llio wurld blames juf, nnil 1 admit, (juite justly. Well, the world wise nnd prying as it is, as yet neilhar liiiuws uur guesses a ihnisandth part of the wronj! 1 havd dune my wife aiul Sir When I married l-'.'K'n llnrford, her for- tune, secured to her by sctllemenl, was in- vested in lliu t'nii.U in her maiden name-: the annual interest amounted l'i about eight luiiid- rod Ladv Wharton urn! her dai.Khler, after l hi. itiiicf1- funi-wl. could iw-t i 1 hwrcvcnno J.nJy liar- wimdefing. on iho fair, gentle ouiisnnliy .Iravvn, gill, and toll h, roam, reservednoss uf lone Lllllj s -ll was and miinnor sxvcep coldly ncross his huirl, til It U proJnnipl '.ions fully in haxinjf loved 1'iiclit. Ami u, ii. exclaimed Tr.vvers, Ciiilj's her t" ihe inaintvnaii'.-o uf our establishment'. A few months since, lower, tnal 11 nuy hisa the einifessicn in your ear i by ciiortnutu ilelits, and are itni tricks which ihe blind gnj i inl'ntualcd by a belief 1 niie'it, Imd 1 the i iin-.vs with I'OUK IMIHK! nirs uf Kii nii.ro friyato lu which Lieutenant Travi-rs eyes and iintler- i means of playinj; fur larijo retrieve my Mr. Unrfnrd! j losses wit'o'a tlu joa hour my name to u warraiit of ntturney, drew lIllM'HM' "f utlTV 1 ri' II ilnv fl.i.-li-. AMUil'.W V. SJIAI.I 111, nsyorlmctil of AXI'S.   'i o n A o. I KNDISft i Snuokinj do., anil an mc'lleni of HICKS'. !ir.-l after knocking abuiil iho out I he entire capilal, played with, and tust flinnnt'l ihe wii.lor, pieninj; upa iVw all I And cried iho miserable helped lu cunl nnd revive him; and nfier nb. un hmir'n hitl'T conllicl xvilh himseif, he "e. Inrnod to lliu aparlinent wiiero lio had tel'i La- dy She wis slill thore. I have y.ur 'n eoe Mi.-B it'iur.e lor a lew i Wharlon ajjiifar'il snrprise.il ai, reijiuMi, hut t'.t acceded :u it. i will sond heir to you therepli'.'d, nn.l left tho room. i A considerable interval r lapsed heloiv ML-- I Wli.irliiri, trcmblinj.', hi isliinj.', painlnlly tiled, almost, indeed] in tears, rniercd thf 1 apartment. I'arrkm my freeilum. my imju'-rlnniiy, i mid in as calm n lun': as ho cuiilil as lie led her tu n cent, nn.! i I'laooil him.-elt bivido her. I buy; u ijiii.v- liun to asl; yon. uf t'i> impuriaiir.'e tn yn: ns to myself. 1 inircat y.ni to aiif'Vi.T it Ir.inkly us to a .miihcr." j huivo.l, and the coeded wilii soinewlrit mure flrinne.---. Vein are, I am a- to fortimo upon Is it, Iheji. Vi.nv own free eh.'ieu tind will iliat yuu euntrnole.J tu ycr the Nay. la'y, be nut a', ny builness. It is ii: viniiai I'umitli.iiit1'1 w.-lh the iiijiineli.iiis of Sir llichiir.l "V- press'.'ij in his last ni'itnoijt.-', thnt I The jjlanco uf sur- prise Jias.-oil I'mni Wharlmi's fai o at nonti'Mi ol her c-vos bent the iniur rarnr> and irillii jr l-ri'.'.es, wns urdcred tu 1'urtsinutitli, lu man wilh spajmoilic violence, '-you know a.'l bo overhauled, anil have her mado that liy my first act my xv iff, my this i but bciiip funnil thu-rmighly iufeciod i Her wiih dry-rot, v.'as put out uf c jnimsriun, anil, bin fur yun, uith'uit resource or hope jfroimtl, whilst ihe tthiiiiatoty broken up. Th" bni-l. oil'Trufal- j Ifar li.'id crippled Xnpuleun's marine and as tho tii-cfzi- with Brother Jonathan had n-.it yet sprung up, lieutenants wore in aoiupwhut lose rcqiiott than usual, and Travers took up hi: abode at Mnrlands, fur a ccniid- i in :ay i: lily .'.-I I d i: i In ill (Inn, :e ul III' et lie- jnu'j.ime full t nr'ajvl iti lln-ir i-H I'MMU Wlin-h ihi nlli'im n by lie v.-fv Un uid m rund in riiiii' iiiul J ilu' in.-t in i-e tl.n 'rhanta hi'i. very I.....I- of Hi The huh 't life lili-t pl'tlj nn VV lakes caiVil tu ilu? liflivnvo cuiiMrii'-.t N l in [.e niih s M tu tie- law ufjiny 7, 1S..JM, e u l.ir i lives ui rs un tiuariioi v led it) in purt bv .-ten Ihem nff'sj-nry th un the A iiJi-.al or hereiitt ler fnri.aee n.ii p. pi1.-1, Illl'e r I Uilh vxulcr iaiirl. '-Th tli il prnlnr.i- ivould at !i uli'.aini'd ry ialcl.es jir..'ii nl a liie li.-eli. 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