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   Wisconsin Tribune (Newspaper) - June 26, 1851, Mineral Point, Wisconsin                               ttfcif 00 mail subscribers, 1 50 j, time than one year, in Ihe turrit ,Miii'.it to made in Meana. lUfl CCIltS. -...iiice, of nil received on I'm- market prires. SeONSIN TRIBUNE, BY a W. BUSS. POINT, WIS., THURSDAY, JUNE 26, 1851. VOLUME IV. MI-MHEK 85. MASON C- I POINT LODGE. ._____ met: First anil Third Tut-s- s-.ihscribtr il now ojioninjr a liirgc Stock of each rmmth, at o'i-lotfk, V. Al. J- of I'rcsli Drills. Oils. Hall. I'atent fcc., from lite OLIPTRR, Pllrl First am) Thin! Vridiiy." nf i-aeh dry if iiioil, litii antl lltnrk fjtai', I't'rif f'lra-n.  y JJ'.iriitis Oils, I'-u ritjtfit fy Turpentine, Writing .V C'AWA-, Business Directory, hy th'i your at p'-r j i i nil ;i innii.'su.ipiy i ai.ii OlSi-B ihgh street t.i I1, .1- .1 Pa A x and Sntn KO v uittt afull fif has aNo a new of Or. D. Jaynes' l-'aimly 'fir.' Christie's Oulvai.ic Ile- liei'. 1'erry Davis' I'.iili-kilior, ".Or. 1 tivn.ienil's Sarsap.ivilhv Jjyrrnp, .Seal-pa's ni.-cou.tiie J.ee's, Bninilreth'fi iv.1 U'Tisritrf I'ills, iitc. Country and J'urch.ijern ia nre respecul'utly ti> nail and cxainino iiis stock before JRODOLK. May Brick Druii-Hlare opposite .jl the Court Jioii.-i.1. -V.-O.lf SltiSEBS OF THE DECLARATION OF IMJ.EPESDEfiUE, HEAD, or DXLIWIRC. I roaring and crashing around added to the [already gloomy prospect. On Saturday thtf town presented SCGOB of .biiatle and activity. Families driven ironj their ten- ements by the encroaching waters, were their houics and set-king refuge j iu tho upper part of in this i f, case the Homestead Exe'mptiou Law fail- was horn m county, in the ej Prcvince of Maryland, MI Mssion Of jbeir property. thejelitet of six brothers. He was of Irish do- Monarly Wft9 gtjH coming went. His i-raiid father was a wealthy resident aml it was fnund necessary to remove of .Dublin, his native city, and' his father emigre- j aii' household goods and considerable quantities of merchandise to higher jri-jtind. Wagons, skiffs and rafts were occupied all day in conveying jaen and luci'chaiidiso from point to point. At this moment (Monday evening) the outii-c bottom presents a spectacle of''de- vastation. From the bank of where the' :uscd to- was" to the foot of the sand the water is from four to five feet who have become desperate among the we foar that blood be shed unless some compromise is uffeeted. We have been an impartial looker on as. year after yeur. attempts have been IIIIUIQ to settle these diflioultios. We are sorry to LATKIE FJIOJII C.U.I1-OBNU. 1-irc xl Suit Frnncisto, Si.rtcox Mtifwiis af Properly NIAV VnitK. Now Orleaiis dispiitt-.hes ani.oui.eu I'.io led'lu America t'rum Ireland, about 1720. George was placed in a school ol considerable repute at Chester, in Pennsylvania, where he matlc much progress in Latin anJ Greek, his lather having prc.vioasly instructed. liiin in all the common branches of a. good KnpKbh (Jih.c.ation. He was nftmvarit placet! under the care o! the Reverend Poi'tor Allison, who at various times had charge -several pupils, who were afterward members of. _ Cominential Congress, or held other high official aud is standing from ten to imecu niches deep in the houses west of the east side of second street south of ahd includ- be unablo to see tlie end yet, The decree j arrival of the Aiatama. iVoui should have been kept open until every with 14 days laier news. A U-.rnPlc lirt- reasonable claim was satisfied. As il if. we have no doubt that some bona fide own- ers have been shut out. and sonic spurious _ occurred at San Francisco, layinglhc <-ity in ashes, ivini det-trfiyins; iSixleen .Millinis of Dollars worth ot' proi crtv. .-Vuifnc claims admitted. The fact that nearly all i buildings burnt iv.-ro the OtiKtoni IT the principal lawyers who have been em- j Parker's National. New World. ployed by the settlers, end who at first oo's. and Exchange Moiols. AUu the plead their cause ekrueatly.have since for- ficc of the iStejiniship Conipauy. plead their cause earnestly. sakea their clients, and are now arrayed against them on the side of the decree The fire spread to the ing a large number  in- nn an iii'roiiid Tor tlie i 1'iii'l iiji'ii: ihtir f-r.rnaii I'.mi Jm.r-s- tii.'-mv.i in mil- liist purl -.viiii OIK.- u JiU ait-1 was lo ii-n-i- :hf rn.ia-h iniiiiiirr aiiihi r- itii-s. li.stl hi-rri !u-rixt.1-ilu- of IIH 'J'iii- ninht hi; v.i-r'.l in tin- f wlif nil iiiTiiiin- r.si'il rc-unitp. All art- iniied I'.H: lir.i'...' Ani'l-n-.-.n l' hil.i. A jipin-ni vfi.-itUMii ,1; limy ;.i ,iu.. 1 i'.iiil J-'tn-s in irU.iji d hii-il fXiii-rti'ii us .1 Min- iin-v. A I'frr.u.o. .Time 17. The new Propeller Atlas run on u s-v.iu! entiling lYmi; t. and tilh.d a 'u li-arn in the St. Lawrence, while Ogilcnsburg on 1'Viday ni.sfbl, littlo below JJnv. things. Such a course may not produce by from .LMcnsbnr- that Atla.s :iad packages ot for Clevelund ami Detroit, talii-n on :u H-KHHIT'S yj-.UKTjlULK I'rLI.X sula by the1 urulei-siirTH'i.l. who is polo nil Ihoriztid Agi.Mil for tins fur tho sale o from house to lunise. The river is still rising (Tuesday morn- th I t r n 1 i! THK 1'KACK, pi 'CifKO. Uil I'-T 'I'llKO. RODULK. I'm i i tin, I II ,n, uniifr _ 'l'-.iwi lit; n.orlj in oil, o ha ..I, ;.ti..-r dry icail hull ban-id r-d or as an Al- aek, chrome arm. _.- I :-..-._ snie'at ih.; N-W nn.itsion- i-y T. nopnr.i--. ,1 M, i 1 jusr n-i-Pivtid I r.nrio M .toonrrs a a i ,Mln u ji i'ch wil Ihc i he he st terms. Uj, i u ,-v; u, L K V t-0'. iii pra-' .1 mi.'1 ;i t'i i-.-nit. iiii'l -tif I-IIH'- nins.ii.i- ihi- Asst-inhly ol' Delaware, and was n--e- '.i.-ctod to that oflitie eleven consecutive years. He vf-.'.s one nf a coinniiLteu of that body, who in view i of the odious feauiresof tho Stamp j whilo for the twoiity-four ending to the King in hehall of the people of g A ,j ifc vase over 10 .Ih" IVovince. Mr. Ucad clearly perceived how ev-j OsffOl'.') is 'loading fruni the second i cr, that renionstraiicts from isnlated Colonies story windnw of .P. Fhelps wi.'idd have but litilc cffett, and lie was one of, Largo iiuantities of lumber and shingles patriots of prudence and sound been noticed Uoating by since day- liyht. Water hip dnerv around our press and we are compelled to issue this by .Hope the water will go dovrn soon. Thi; accounts from bciow arc gloomy orjone'h. Through the polite-ness of Cant Bcebc of the flue steamer Dnbuque, who stopped awhilo to give us the are universal quiet, but if properly managed, it may leave those wlm refuse to eompro- niisfl, in such a hopfk-ss minoritv. "S to Uguenibtitig. remove all danger out of the way.' Th '.interest of property-holders in Ke..kuk I I fill compromise, and it appears to us Unit i .hnglishman. ag.-.n.-st time, liltcen K.IKS ui I tho party most interested ctm afford well !lour and to purohase. if they cnrmot conquer peace ed )u lairtL-.-nili where so much is at Juno l-i Al-ootrace was run over tne Cainbr, -.ourse, tins artc-rnoon. by lv. 1 an I'.-llilil.'i, i mm, li'Trhri.-'ii ,i'I MI- v l! ri'inlv .iml i'.-illiiiir -i'l-. tu the wants in hi- liiieot' -i'i MI-'' Mend. an.l I'O lookLtl to a jjenc-ral Convention of rtiprc-ten- tnlivi's of the scvnral Colonies, as the surest me ins which the sense of justice in th-i ho.no could be reached, lie ulso approviulof the system of non-importation ajjreo- intuits, and by assiduous labor, bo slice-ceded in en- gaging the people of Delaware in the measure. the sufferings of the people of Boston, fn-m tho effects of the Act of Parliament known i as Port excited the warmest ayrri- i palhy throughout the Colonies, and subscriptions i I ib. relii.f were every when; Kciul and i N-i-lioUis Van Pvke, were inrJe the channel of tn.'-nsinisvii-'ii of the cion.vions of the people of j '.ware, anil Mr. Read ivas exceedingly active hiitiMill' in procuring pecuniary and otner aid, ecabled to give our readers a few particu- Capt. B. tells us he uevor witnessed ovasta-tions as the flood is nowinak- From Alton up. aknost every place under wattir. At from seven miles above and forty ivi'dc? below, the river was six milp.s wide. Mn- Hawk Em. The lluttlc iii Suulh I'uroliim. We use the word buttle, with reference Il.lllTI-'i.iR! The luiiironil IJridgo fc-m I of this wnsdeilroytd bj. lire jay aftcrU'jou. Nr.w YIIIIK, .Imitt 1 1. Cotton in bluoin in Al.ib.-inia n the .11! the politics nf the 1'iilmatto State, on I sth and we have advice.-, i'l-um....... account of thu military bearing assumed S0n. Miss., that it was also in bloom tlicre by the secessionists. The lust Lugislnture on tiic lUt.hin.'-t unwisely appropriated 8300.000' for the _._..............____.._ purchase of arms. Taxes have been Later from Of UlC increiiscd, and tlicir whole attitude is dc- cirlediy warlike; but as neither the Gen- eral Lrovcruiuciit or other Stules will fi.ulu with them, they are somewhat nonplussed i and tlie re-action now commences within j pocif brniiL'lit, '2fill pus- ji golil ilu-i. The The Oroyon has arrivi'il from -business is mncli improved aiul t recovi.-rniij. their borders. The men of property be- The i Htcsincr gin to ask, What can South Carolina gain Si.-j.OO Oresrini Ln-.tichl 7r, oOOin ami the Ropiiblin -.200 ty js entirely inundated and all communication cut off with the back conn- Head, with L'a-sar llndi.ey ami.ThomaaM'- j try. Several large rafts have been suck- Koaii appointed hy upon the prairies below, by UlC h- of 'Othiware, n dr.k'gato lo the (ieneval con- tnrce of the Ciirrfiiit. A.6 the .Hapkls Ho- iiy this rcvolutioii.-iry inovenmiit ing ruin is the mixuilcst ro.sutt. The rich men of Charleston Hurling thi; pros jpcrity of their city piiralyswd, arc dolcrm- j Amount ri-cnivt-i'i lm.  inc.1. to make a stinul against these ngita- tor.-- who want, to live by engaging tlioir mure. Stalo in a civil war. It is evi- At W.-IH stnn-1; dcut C'ariilina.should atlumpl JiirliCiin? mi.) one man r.-i.-.-L- ,v i i. n. i' i L.-i.'. i U "..Hi ii-i'i! -.-nMi 11 i r-i.1 -il.'Mx ..it n L... f n- T r..-w Ti-'ja.1. rt P Vcinn? Hyson, (i.ui it IU-..1, Hia.-l; 't'ca.'- liiif-. rirrrn'-.i lor sale at t'uuH's. Ma secession. MIC city _ol" (Jharlcslon would i Tho lia.s s.-l two si t'.-ilnct of that vcar -it I'hii-; tul in Kiioknk. water stood IS inches deep lf'. "i1'" "ot I earlier UKIII usual. S-tnff "00 i nl He -1 i, w! 17 nn the first floor on Sunday nieht. Oapt Ini vlevr' but were wai.h.g at f..r tiio J-i.Un.n ta aiiticgateauo in i, also in those c-ilm appcais to tlie reason. I e passengers of thn (iidd IJunlor andduritigthe early part of the latter year, his KUKI, I. :n i and Kilts, in f order, just jvcov-r. at '.'il. W. C'OBC'.S. labo'-H 'Atn.' divided his duties in anil the aliiiirs of l.is own Suite. an earnest ad- ;-'Catn for DecUraTiori nf and i-O'isidn-cil it a hiith priveicjro whu-n im his ir.iiiie tlie parchrrietit. After thi? IX-riavLtlion th'.1 people of L'elaware fornivi.i a State con.-iitu-; thin, aud JHr, Keud vav: I'rt'iiidciit of the conven- i ti-jii lhal framed inatrnini.-nt. j His arduous duties al length alTecled his health, I in August, 1770, he resigned his seat in tin? I of .Delaware, lie was ri-t-lected how- r.nnci: ir. run ft. Ki-i-i Bosti.n IPIII M.....itnii Li for .tt (i. W. CI.UJI.VS. Muy M'.i. i.S.'il. IM'tnv sXin. :'.T! li'Xl-l, r.'n h-.nul :uid lor salt1 .U. says nearly all the wood has washed And yet the bulk of the rise has not yet reached the lower towns. The Missouri is full nnd ttie Illinois still rising. Vlri'tit damage has been dune iilotig the river above. Several largo mills have been swopt away, artl a number of wure- i houses inundated. The steamer Kruc i Kuiirnev went up on Monday to the re- liof of Louisia. which place was en- snbniUPKcl. Da'Kiv, six bslow. Js sur- roumliid by water and !uis removed, vrith hi? effects nnd stock to Oqnawka. An which must always bi; the bulli'ts in i our country. It is the greatest ditliculty j toubtuina fii.tr popular cxprcssi'jii in South Carolina on accoinitul' the rutton burougli 'system which prevails there to tho oik-nt it did in England ].ri'ivious to the Reform ,t Tlie (.irccnviKo Patriot give.-! the j ihe next year. In he ivas iippoi-ited i I ol" the Jmigus of the .-.ourl of in Ad-; cvcntwhich lias lone; been expected threat- Kiiraltv cases, and he r'-fMn'-.t ihi.1 ollire until the ens to take phu-.u vorv refer to i- V K afresh of Ilirter CulllVS. !l i' if i n "gf. HOX'I'S ice'.i and sain at i. i, ol i-ninnioii .iii'i B.ir Tiin.uli'r I I'l-i.-.t. :lt rt-c'd 'or wilt-a-. li was abolished. In Sir. Kcad was i bv congress one of the Justices a court to adjudicate in a case of ciispnii: a- Incut territory between Massachusetts and New York. In was a member of the eoir.'en- j t-.ui thai mot at Annapolis, in nlarylaiid, to con- i aiij repair tho defects in the i-on- tV.ieration. In 173S, he was eki.-teii a member of i the Di'li-nvare. iiwJ'.'r th'.- T'.V.v fiiii'.-lii- j -Jiid he ocnupii-il a. se.tt therrs until 170.1 whci. hy was elevated to ihe Iwnch, as cl.ict Justice of tho supreme court of his State, lie occupied that station natil ihc autumn of I7PS, when death by I si'ddra; illness, closed his highly useful life in the j from six to eight feet under w.ter Tucs- sixty-fourih year of his ri.cro. j day morning. I1. fr'im above report that the pass.'igc the river is now wearing away through tho ridgn that separatrs the Kiv- cr and the "Big at the lower of Drew's farm, if this should be accnm- piishcl.there is a probability that the main channel will be on this side of a large Is- land between it and Burlington, and join thi.1 old can-out lyaain at a point above Tho bridffo tho Riij Slough, on the to .Uui-linjjtou has becu swept away. Tlie Telegraph, says that in Burlington the houses situated on tho bottom were liu- pi 1. !.i i: ;.-l! ll l.ii-i1.- ith ;nv i hub itttii.y :unn- -.if l.i-r ll ii (Vr IL, am! f. r 'i vain ij'iiiri-t-'. that I liiiisl hr, 1 i f i.'.iV J June' llii; i Iriimr of ciiuii. my '.liroul with Tu ll lil-tttl'I'll till- Oliil'l'I'S plVS- i'iii. I'-nil .1 -r.i-ji nir.ijii, nuor hnviui! :ir n fu'ry nl.u-.--e1 IK, ftxi-'l lin-n i n nn.-i'l y'lii i-.rovriUcii ui.r; von nii! pursmvl I'aiil .Ini'.iis. 1 mi. to M., !llC Vc I) ll.iVi; Illl! I fuli-iW liil- 1 llrjii' ith I.IV CK-i'.il i-' 1.. -.i.iiin for you the i.f eiiiharliinif HIP. I >ai! Tit UK: lircali of liny. 1 will aiiaclini hy f :rci-< tint i< nn iiniiihii-.ilile furl, ar.tl I swe.ir '.o I wii! neot'Mi tin- i-Mr inn en llu- ill Wil'i i.-iu d.) in..- tii.it Ail tin! c.-rsi. of this strange h i'r. in to t) a'iti-.ir-.si'ii-, 'I'ht' lifu'.vii-.in', c.-f his 1 rii-tii-i-1. ii.'ii.-j t-i iry UIK-.V him but inm.K'di.-itiOy bv n 1 iiii'iil, I'.uil .loiir-s l-is hand said will) n .piii-li "1 my l-'onriv: mi- i'.t my f-dly, and honor mo my iir.n-i- y.'iiiij rriiptt-ii ih-f Am-r- ir.ir. tin? ...f iii'urtT.-ini, wliii-hl.i- shi'.'rk v.c.'vnlinE to HH- k-l us be I.nrar Story. ii.iil wa- r. iiirj.'i: wiiich tlm vlin'.v iiiiii1 par'.riil.L'.'i .-it run- lie of thr lntnl'i-rr.i' u oiic of I hi! middle- scats ni' liji: mulling ivi-ry A frii-ud in tn bet iivn dtillam that he i-'.ml'l i ami :i SCYI-II !ivi: tiiiu.-s whiKi it, v.-as rolliiifj; u bill nf .-iii--.it ti.-ti fnis in Ic-.ijrth, many in 1 (.nsitiiiii :it the Kilt'imof iiiil. av.iv li'K'.- n vvin'ii- plulnou '.if liulit ar- tilli-r- and tin- ruoclivi] fuut jvorable; has consi'lora- rh.-ip from Kentiiok. say- and tlio cniiliilciicc of the in rny fricm! sb-i-.v us your I iuol; up k-.-._' ;ind bv lln- jrrftat j snii'ic.--. I iva.s in.vei-si, morlilicd itiaHiuv I life. I'.-n- I mv frinml wus :i. not to land tit Tchnaiit.-pi'c occurred Hi The iijim.'r.s in Calif -irnia were j a the 1 luliana. l coiitimr.HL' Bill. I following concliisivt1 tiiets, lo prove tlio 'cross jneijunlity in legislative rcpresenta- were still continuiiiL' tlu-Ir 'lon I tiutis in llic vicinity of Lus Aiu.'i-Kis. "Tho basis of reprcsontalion is radically There lias been much snow in the tr.'-un- wrong in Smith Carolina. It is neitlier .UK] are roport-.-d to havi lost founded on property or population in the lives .SemUc. Thirty or forty voters it) one of xhc j.rospccta for L-'MH! crops fn- tiu; paristies have as much influence an four j has" consi'lora- or five thousand voters in I'ondletoii Dist- i ijiy_ auj tj10 of the citizens in net! J.s this just Is il equality in the tne futurc nro-i-ess of tlie Stale is uuiibii- StatB? Is it and ivc may ask, is it not the cause of our constant ex- j TheSa.-ramanto Transcriptbas .let citemcnl? It it well known that the par- j fronl The (Juorfie- were jiayine we'll: :-ome nindre'd per.-ons wurk. av- j.ist n.-o' and fur '-i-S CURB'S. fui'.v. j-u- rcc'd at May 1, is; 1." COBR'S. linl-i, j'i-1 and fur sail-at -n '-V. CDUh'S. i'.; ii.lv ll-uh HA l.lt'.i; ,u punnib in order I V, if. j ji.st rec'il and lor at rOIHl'S. i, it'ii ii CO.. cans Frrv-lijHaltimorc Oysters i for pale at W. COI3H'S. I'l-v.h'i's ir. .-.11 ki'lds ol dot. .''nf' those superior i r Iron w.i..1, rUT p.cktes just rc-c'd and Milo at (i. W. COBB'S. sroRixupv i M Uu i o.i< liLi TTKMi THK t'M.L. Ti-oni Oquakti Spttdator, June 3 TRMEMIlidlS the small rivers are falling, auu the main is about on a stand. -__.......... h.vs No 1 I'litn Soap just roc'ri anil tor rale at G. W. CUBE'S. It 1 V E N: Sl'.lp to til'- iitlli'li'. i-v Olliri'. i; :r.; wii; !...-reafn-r AV.MUN TION, mid ;i iTO't'l supply rt' in ihf 'ws! Jtylc. "I. h (-t to Oi'ttl'.-, lilld .1 ,1- the tic.-t. i' i.'lil. .KIND grit OiHU S'l'ONJ-'S inst icc'ii ar.il at ''OUll-C AJav fi. COHIVS. MARINE .T1J.V .LJ We. ri.w nf IS2S Hulf-Brccd Lislurtmiicf.s-SpeGk of Civil War. tti'struction of Projvrty I of the Flood On our late visit of a few hours at Fort j iroifeei of I lie Mississiji- 3Iaclison. on Thursday evening, we were I pi cftungrd. sorry to learn, that on Monday last, about i Htie hundred and fifty men in broad day- The waters arc vs. We vrite without disguise, left their horses i amid scone of confusion a-tid exciteiiiont on Devil Creek, and Ihe creek, I S'-ldcvu witnooscd. All the business per- j ihey marched in regular order to the house tion of our town except one or two lions- j of a person who had rented the premises t-3 is covered with water deep enough to j from Mr. liullardbut who bad subsequent- ailord passage for steamboats. The con- j ly bought a decree title, and who bad re- (Htion of affairs is beyond dcscription.and fused cither to pay rent to Sir. B. or leave e-tu only bo realized by being seen. The j the farm. Mr. B. bad purchased and held j Flood of '-M was nothing in comparison j possession of tho property for a number Niith the present, and as nearly as it can j of years. He was willing to relinquish Itiow bo ascertained the memorable rise of his claim, if the individual who held the failed of reaching the present murk. decree title would repay him for ina ini- I On Thursday last the water eommenc- j proveiucnts and the amount of purchase e-1 flooding the lower portions of the flat. money. This kind of compromise was re- and the report was brought ns by Captain j fused" and on Monday last, this company HARRIS, of the Dr. Franklin, of a very'who sympathise with the settlers against h'w.vy rise coming down. By Friday j tho holders of decree titles proceeded to morning the water had risen several inch- ihe house, and after removing to a safe have always been hottest und fore- i most in all of our with the three j General Government. Ourrevolutinnary ft3 to fathers foiiL'bt for .-quality and liberty and jsmmj 701) or SOO miners in ,1 fair and just nnd republican H.jJfJ H.ere wll I tion in making laws ami levying tax.is.-- i The Times jrivrs some inter- I They did not dreum of thirty or forty men of the ilisc-iv.-rv ot' rich I living iu the swamps of the lower country veins in Hie min'vs Tho having as much power and inliuciicc in editors sta'.o thai it has been r..-itabl: jh.-d ione branch of the Legislature, as four or tluit the vein will thousand men living in the mountains! ]CVcntuallv form an im.-.xbiui-t.iblc mine of When this basis cl' reiu-escritation was i to'thu country. agreed on. the parishes were thickly sell- i Herald says. Unit none led, and tlie tipper country sparsely. It or tilu miners arc makim; less an may have, been equal then, but it is not now. Tlio upper ccnmtry has grown in wealth and population, and the parishes have fallen off until they are now but lit- tli; better than the rot ton borough system of England. Shall this system bec.mtin- ued 1 It is neither just to Charleston. which has grown in commercial wealth and population, nor to the upper districts Charleston has but two Senators and St. Peter's one. The wealth and taxation of Charleston and her population entitle her to eighteen 'representatives. The i. l-l.ot. bll! with ill" till: blillg- i hub-, the '.vas as s-.iiiiiil as a cm-o.-t-nul. run furry l-i say il." fr.r v -is appnitil i ,1 but my ilrar (Vif nd I in ufraiu linvi- to pay five :inu try il, ai'.'iin i Shaku it. Mivs that liif: 1 Wiiat i'-n- fiy-  with his Or, lii-.-ifliur ihi-i In: .--aiif If, On- iv-nnjr mim I that then: wor'.- three gates his hu.isc and his. urclcird.ainl that il'l.c wnuM t'> tlie "reliitrd. n Miitiber of MM! i' nve hull in- li.-iil .'iii'l nn tipjilo at iii.-.t iinii' In- !md 1'jft I nil'} :.ii npj.lc-n ,-r .it si-co'liil ami he lni'i half over, !at third fr'ito. iinu MIC- to wit.iffijt ctitiin.-; ii'i liavc 1 wisii in IIOM- iiitiny i appli.-s lie U-f! tit each fc'nte tin} iiiiiu- j ber of jbattalif'Ti of N. Orlfnr.s rc-ecnflv tOHtril in target shootiji.ir. for a fplcn- {clitl nicilal. The tnrgct cloth irnj It'cct by S !-'i. willi ft bull's i'yi: of 'i ft, I'm diamcl-rr. Tin1 w.'re six poun.li-rw land were :if" fldO yards Two liundred ihirty-ciahl. slioti! wor? jmii'lc. nijilit ''if wore tint in j hull's our- jmsM-.l On) o.lgc, I upwards of 
                            

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