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Weekly Standard (Newspaper) - March 18, 1863, Raleigh, North Carolina T 11 R W. EDITOR AND Thi eo annum per 4 in advance been Tenns of Advertising in Semi-Weekly Our iv ml w ot nro as follow 0 ire lines or hrst 00 1 t i Hi mide with at the alone twelve nnd at the close of ict pur will deducted from the proas pr il or business not exceeding e il in the or for MX or f 10 for twelve months or in ers for 1'jr six or for s of in Weekly One doll vr per for the first nnd cents for eich subsequent insertion No t- weekly no mutter how y Only a limited number of advertisements will be intn the All not wise are inserted in the tind ed When the number of is on the advert if is inserted until lot Money sent us by mail is at our fa IU MARCH 13, 1803. The Latest An official dispatch from Richmond announces the on of a Captain and thirty of Hooker's by a scouting party of Lee's They were taken from their at The army on the by a of fifteen or h- V tten and the rumor had from Frederick originated in tho of demoralized troops to Newport A fire in on tv largo quantity of tobacco and corn be- to Estimated loss is nothing new from or the Southern of an impending at- tack are in Later advices from announce that the Yankees after advancing to within miles of had again Humor greatly exaggerated their which at of but In the Confederate the pic of postage on letters sent to the and to grant Cabinet officers upon the floor of has been postponed The lias passed a Senate organize Mr. of has introduced resolutions that Congress will cordially co-operate witn the Executive in any measures the dignity and of tbc u may tend to restore peace with all or any oi the States of the Federal The Adjutant Tne Judges of the Supreme Court of tins State met in this Monday and after argument on both that Gen. Martin not hold the of Brigadier of the Con- federate States and tbat of Adjutant General of the State at Ibe The v ably argued by B. F. who appeared for the Attorney General in his absence the and by the Thomas Bragg for Gen. The result of this vexed question fully vindicates the propriety and wisdom the course adopted by Gov. Gen. Martin has no ground for for he time to obtain ad- vice as to his supposed and case has been dispassionately tried by a tribunal of his own lection while Gov. by resorting to tho fur its has most probably avoided an unpleasant conflict with a and at the time obtained for the Legislature in de- claring tlie office und for hid own action in appointing a new Adjutant the sanction of as expounded by the highest judicial tribunal in the We give below the decision of which it will be seen is In our next we shall publish the entire case as prepared by Mr. Freeman tlit Clerk of the In the tint At foe request of of Gen. Mm ibe of tt e Supreme Court u full on ot law facts ppt opinion VOL. 12. c thut tiie offices of under the is with the Adjutant undei the State of North and th on office of m c. nrd the Governor may lawfully proceed to tb It proper to that in this opinion rln act a bnt as oi Ihe and iif flic matter in and with the II t as if ihe case had been the a to the n We induced to take this nnd felt not only at to do bnt it in some our flu to a co-ordinate department of the we were informed by His the tbe subject would in way bo in r and th it tho public m inquired that it should f u d te done bv the regular of proceeding in Com iin the Couit now holds but one term ihe Berry va. 81'I, Ii 1'KARSON. 0 J. S 11. J. S. U J H March H Some inquiries Wen made of us nn the we give below tho law in relation tho Con- election in this The at its extra session in 1SG1, laid off the State into Congressional Dis- ti as Tyrrell and .Vc if I Pi nnd New arid and Stokes and Slanly and highth Union Me and Iredell und 1 Kinder U ay wood and elections are to be held at tho same pin cos us flc Described for holding elections members of P General on the first Wednesday in 1808'. I Tho Richmond edited by John gives to the people of the Confederate States that not distant when they will have to inule avoid starvation t lie M let us care of the horses and mules they may become our viande tie Have we indeed come this our wives and children to bo compelled to Hvo on mule nnd horse flesh Thousands of we have no of any and have had noye for weeks but they will eat corn nnd parched corn the balance of their days they touch horse or mule The Richmond Enquirer circulates freely beyond tho and is extensively by our paper tells them that our are on the of starvation that they are about to be reduced to the tenible necessity of subsisting on and horse What is but aid and comfort the enemy Such whether true or bids Lincoln on go on with ihe him take for the rer pays we aVe starving t John Mitchell true to the Confederate Who that he cnn vouch lor him The and Petersburg papers are greatly excited by the manner in which Confederate officers are property the The We have suine in who seem to ba stricken with judicial If by they cnn to t tiom the ihu ot ior to be what be- comes ot and The paper notices tho contempt shown for Congress by office 1-3 who are impressing in the ienco of while that body is in ering the subject of and endeavoring to establish uiles to and then system generally says is thun the sawe Turkish which hat been nony on ih s Stale for the lust ten mo ths HI tlie in nil but many people lire und nicie hai iii more to form u satisfactory of this of ot the in instituting this nnd it intense huie ot ot thin tlie burden finlen to tlie whole pup muke of the and those wh i are it y Oi is it designed to veil ihe people into ot nil and fh the and tho at ap nf government Or is it the to i ot of to i- pit nu ol alt her to the i. of the of thv be f n bv the upstart had any power aic only intent i H what making tlie people u master on their its i Hue which production 1 be and people -i to buit ut con j It. seem to of u es to del nt cny on the oi to in would tieat and contempt any thut Jf this be the it be met too Thu oi to her the and the by to ihe they aie no obligation to the is to law it is right and U je fo resist by torco any seizure of oi it they to MIC tint for the nt the to in to to all in these on Jn On public and pri vat u nnd of their of tiie is is ess the great win of the It should be so m in lei the Virginia least to tin ance to thib MII tender ol ail our The to arc complaining of what has been a common thing iti Slute for Our people borne it with a patience and worthy of themselves and of the nnd too the at tbe has betn denouncing three-fourths them as and We have of forcible in various of this Among the numerous letters fro receive is ono from poon in who says there me or persons im- corn and bacon in County for the Road and for and they say they have authority for Our reply have no such Those officers may be Make If they buve drive them by if out of the County if they show authority from the of let them havo what you can spare provided they pay the market price for but if thoy attempt to take coin and bacon which are in- to the poor to sustain resist There is no law of Congress on the subject of im- and tho Secretary of has no authority to lake private property by But the wants Iho people to live on horse and mule useful Iri that how will the land bo- d What shall we have to pull our V They must full by the butcher's knife before the or is We suppose tbe moans that horses and mules in good order must kept for fanning and ones killed for the people to will die The question of supplies is the important one that be presented to That man who shall plant or tobacco for profit during tbc went will not only stab hts poor bors aiding to consign but he will inflict a deadly so far as he can do on our brave on tho common to bis kind and to his Such H man is an enem are by the Editor of Rev. Mr. that its will be resumed fibout of April lie js glad also to state that mail books have been Plant corn put every acre that you can in plant potatoes and everything that will sustain Plant and save plant cotton and tobacco and destroy A friend writes us from that our statement that the Richmond En- took ground some time since re is Wo have mislaid the Enquirer containing tho but our recollection is distinct that it took the that tho waV must go on all the free States agreed to vote to remain whore they at e or go f any or all of with re construction would certainly be the We charged the fact on the Enquirer at the and it waa But that paper is its to thing of the and is in denouncing only tho French but and thousands like ns our 8uch> is the consistency of the The Alabama captured time by ihe an 411 Port Prominent in Southern objects of ceasing solicitude and stand Vicksburg and Port the solo surviving warders that lenge Federal supremacy on the fled and beaten in repeated assaults on the with the industry of beavers and a tency worthy a better the Yankees turned ditchers and endeavored to isolate the city by ing the an artificial A rumor prevails that they have at length be the reduction or evacuation of is regarded by many as being merely a matter of time and Port heretofore occupying a secondary has suddenly both North and a paint of exceeding To the North it appears the last barrier to free navigation of tho river from Itasca to the and to last bulwark against pirates more dreaded than the Vikings of Port Hudson is situated in the Parish of East on the East bank of the and is by from burg about two The following concerning its natural strength and the character of its defences are taken from the Rouge correspondence of the New York The great strength of Fort as a place of defence against m tbe height of us und the ol then veral that It is sit suited on a nt tbo 25 miles to tho best an- from and ono hundred and miles horn New Ui The are very high I heard estimates each ono to be of from 500 to They tne also very perpendicular The the the city suddenly so dial the rapid against the and thus sweeps through a narrow channel just Ht the base of the cliff's There many persons acquainted with thu ty who assert that it impossible for the to ba much uwe in the reduction of this the through that it draw the gunboats from above right under the so that ihe guns cannot be elevated to that the gunboats below n net ia Irom to reach fie rebel batteries tho with any This is u delicate matter to prophecy and what have 1 do ivt feel inclined to endorse those to their full ex- is no of tbe formidable lure In addition to tha rebels tire in Another correspondent 1 have reason to believe that there now not more ten men in sickly und as it is on a point absolutely by an would seem to te to cut off with the and smm the into u This much is Banks has nt lionise a forced diu's march of the of times the of the they will bo in the season ot i cannot 1 buve always had the the rebel at of the most inferior mostly con- and with u fair get away from the in the the place IH nature has ma 'e it singularly e for but Ihe rear is und superior 1'urt and is the of Red Through this river and the ihe enemy find a wuy nut ot the Gulf into the and to State Treasury We alluded in our last to the violent and fiable manner in which Mr. Treasurer Worth has been by tbe because he refuses to discriminate between public creditors in paying out The money in the Treasury at tune is almost exclusively The small amount of Treasury notes fundable the Treasurer is authorized to re are eagerly sought because a um of S per in the The Treasurer is not and is not expected soon to be under tho necessity of raising money by of State or notes and we no more bonds or Treasury notes fundable at tbe pleasure of tbe will be issued until tbc necessities of the Treasury shall require it. The limit fixed by law on the issue and re issue of these Treasury has been nearly The amount of which may be lawfully re is equal to one-half the or State bonds now The Treasurer having no right to discriminate between the merits of different and not ing enough of this currency to pay all of those ing or to pay one fourth of the amount due to soldiers for State has very properly de- for the present to pay all in the sirno to Confederate When the ury notes of the denominations of authorized to be issued by shall bo received from the printers made ready for they will be paid out to all claimants on the Treasury who may prefer as long as they but the wo does not contemplate exchanging them other excepting with or their the enemy's We that tho Treasury notes of the denominations of and intended for are now daily looked for from the and as soon as. received they will to the Banks all over the to be and by Clerks appointed for tbe Persons wanting change apply tho and not to tho Treasury We are requested to to enable the County appointed in pursuance of the act appropriating ono million of dollars for fee relief of the wives and of soldiers in the to know the amount due to each arid how to obtain je Treasurer has transmitted to ti each County seat a similar to those issued by the Comptroller in favor of the Chairman of the f Superintendents of Com- mon These .ie addressed in to County When Worth came into office ho found the Treasury much By energy and ance he has replenished and he now has in hand a considerable consisting mainly of erate He receives these notes and pays them out and because he does and thereby Con federate and refuses to discriminate between State he is de- and by a paper in this City which is in the interest of at least one of tho the Banks it is well been pursuing for some tithe tho very course ed by But the fact that tho ister assails Mr. Worth is one of evidences that he is performing his SOUTHERN FIELD AND ment of this excellent journal in the Standard It is cheap in these times at per Brown has called upon of Georgia to meet in extra Session of this to adept the planting of a desolating now been waged for Iv two 3ears between Ihe people fhe Stat es and P people of the Confederate ID which lion or men have nnd several thousand property have been And achievements of ihe erate unus render our final success no longer and therefore leave no room for any misconstruction to That we are unalterably devoted to Iho of Southern believing tbat io its vindication is involved all that is held dear by a brave and high-spirited towards which we onr last milh and our last and whilst tortain an abiding confidence m the of our skill of our the valor of our und Ihe good to secure to that und protracted may be f the tM we should with the early restoration of relations between the two and should regard the accomplishment of such an end as the proudest achievement of unus or of 2. That statesmanship in the Cabinet legitimately B with genius in the if that should lend its aid to the sword to prevent any prolongation a fierce nnd destructive ami that n incompatible with the dignity ol the government or the honor these to such u policy as may divide and weaken our and confound their wicked 8 Tlut we witnessed with the earnest of the people of burdening on the Mississippi and Ohio to Accede from tbe and Slates of tha North and and while we should prefer thut the ot this should by similar the adoption by them of MARCK 18, Meeting iu A meeting of citizens of was held in the Court House on the 2nu over which the F. Leake and at which the following resolutions were WHOLE NUMBER 1463. upon me uy them we should not be unwilling to form a league with such to command an eurly and constitute This the derating power on this secure to ns the holding of Kentucky give us supreme the great inland itie Mississippi the acquire session ol the ex tensive SW extern to mote of oar Southern staples foe the nnd ol ihe 4 That nnd erst much loss the course of a cot tain portion of the Southern in d is this while we loudly applaud the heroic efforts which have been our gallant fliers in scourging Hie brigands our we deem it- a so far IH our honour as a to husband and cherish those precious lives and liberty put in jeopardy on so many bloody fi. That a copy of proceedings be to our in Ihe General and also lor publication the The Enquirer magnifies the proceedings by more tlun a column of comments to tho uold of it culls without The f 4 J lives and limbs is a vile vile idea while invaders are on Who is doing Not the Conservatives of the but the friends of neighborhood in this is by a knot of original secessionists who ought be in tho but who have secured exemptions in various nnd at home to abuse and tho wives The proposition to admit tho Northwestern States into the Southern in a proposition to the It is nothing more find nothing If one free or State comes Uio question will at onw be why may not other free States be admitted sylvania is not worse than nor is Maine worse If all States should adopt the Constitution of Confederate what would that be but a of the old to gel this place if pockets were crammed tench tuons Mates by which flanked we cannot be and show them deuce -in tbat cuu expect from us neither A learn from a friend that Perry of Johnston sells what produce he can spare from his farm at the same prices for which he sold before the He he intends to do so Mr. Godwin is a thriving and a worthy is acting the part of and Who will low his example it sary to Is a sound N. Money in The following from a responsible will excite the liveliest indignation in the of overy It seems that the people of Charleston and and of utterly refuse to receive our and that too from our who have been sent to hazard their lives in their If this is not to say justice of those towards our and our in the midst of when all and all purses ought to as what may wo not expect when the war is overy this State receives and not only the Bank and Treasury nates of Georgia and but even their cor- the people of those it will not touch our Treasury Wo bog leave to sny that credit is better than that the bonds of the haVe always as they are higher of the that our negroes are quite ns are held by secure a tenure as those of that wo have more white and consequently more labor and intelligence than that S that we have more and better than State; more ami better more and better manufacturing establishments of nil that our currency is as good of any and that we have moro troops in the in proportion to than the State whose people thus contemptuously refuse to receive our They want our but do not want currency f Our soldiers have either to to be shaved on our Treasury notes or gd without such articles as are necessary to support and The communication referred to is as H. 0, cerium number North Carolina this and Iho number oi which h id well hot ba let it suffice that it is very considerable citizens of lon and were very much when they ar- it dissipated the panic which ihen in those But let me to the North to Carolina ol aud 5. receive a farthing i and tbe State Treasury Por no except it is IF this the which ia to between of Iho I predict thr t it will be short-lived men ol ono the wounded and here Ihp of Carolina had an abundance but not one omild be might be wanted for the North hits M ams the I conjure every Worth has anj in hiR to re- Caroli and and pur as it for u Counterfeit and Spurious Good money is KO abundant and 89 that we wonder any one should be so mean or so wicked as to issue cither counterfeit or rious Yot it is and vre are to think the crime .is We received a fifty cent from a the other very badly purporting to have been issued in this 1, signed by J. W. promising to pay cents to the bearer in current circulating funds when in sums of five dollars and The vignette is a muddy looking tea and the is numbered 185. we are quite sure that no such was either printed or issued in this The aforesaid Mr. Woods has neither local habitation nor a We advise the to refuse aH not issued at our State except a or Georgia State ury fa offered you by a soldier for something to in which case let him have what ho if lus money is worthless to Refuse all cor- or county -or individual at any don't send them to us for tho except the of the Trust NEW learn that on and after Saturday the following schedule will be run on the and Gaston Miil Raleigh at 10 a. in ami at Weldon at 6 p. m. Leave Weldon at p. and at Raleigh si 12 at Accommodation Raleigh at 11 CO p. and at Weldon at 8 a. m. Leave don at 5 a. and arrive at Raleigh at 12 p. m. We suppose there will a change on the Carolina Road to correspond the GENERAL A Mr. a son of widow Jemima living eleven miles south of died on the of. small He was soldier on the be on their against the spread of this Tho Georgian says it has seldom seen wheat crop present u promising at season of the year than it does In going ret ing from by different we did not a sorry field of If March will only be little kind and spare ns a heavy the probability is we nn abundant The has been compelled by the eral in to add to its Weekly is now three and the Semi-Weekly The paper is cheap at that The of Wilmington hns declared a of five per cenu Mary living near Monk's N. C through the she has not her Henry gust when volunteered and went to begs any one wMo knows the fate of her to wK Ic to Chattanooga is nonsense to be spilling so much ink about until wo quit spilling blood on thut interesting tye of occurrence in land to express approval of Lincoln's emancipation At an emancipation meeting held tit St. the Lord Mayor was unanimously M for inviting Mr. ibo Confederate fo his President powder ring gives notice through tho that iris mill is now tn full operation with a good supply of The says powder is to The null js twelve miles west of on the Reporter enys a onions applied and for three or will cor- cure a bone The Editor has peon it und matter how bad splitting the finger will not be if poultice is The Con federate government has as far as re- bales of cotton at an overage price of about 12 cents upon the whole purchase fro returns having been received from and ses in those States are not bnt it is lated that they will increase the amount fo an aggregate of The subscription to the produce loan is estimated ex- ceed in value consists of bales of in and in miscellaneous A New Yoi k Major was imprisoned last in charged with pillaging property of Lewis and stealing an original picture of George by He was and condition that t ho picture should The on Saturday and was turned over to Gen Winder to be restated to its The annual commencement of Richmond Medical College took placo last Among the graduates from this State James R of Oliver William H. Joel G. of and of The was never in a more Mi- ing than siny the rupture of the old It is to bo hoped that the graduates will aid in pre- ruptures iu the young Decided democratic majorities were given in the recent municipal elections in Stale and It stated some time since that there wasa balance of pr on the Confederate amounting to more than This number has been increased by re- cent cultures in the f. The Boston Journal is now on paper mads of The paper is said to be soft apd with u clean surface and admirably fitted for Such after having been would do for covering We would be shingled o'er with the pule cnst of And this us of sonio rhymes tho Court One of the counsel had insisted thut it couple of put nothing between in muke a book Whereupon the poet of who was wrote book's although there's nothing in it So Byron tind A shingle IH a As was expounded to the Court by If Shaw be our roofs how We're o er with learning whilo we It is said that not less than fourteen of Ihe largest ing houses in Richmond have closed their doors the present week to table of and precedented high prices of all the necessaries of and more will follow their example Dr. H. M hns Become associated with Mr. ton in conducting tho Charlotte Dr. P is ft racy v The Confederate on the undergoing Into cruise resulting iu tho capture and detraction of much Yankee A grand mass meeting was held in. New York on the 4 to foreign The held R mooting at of tbo Evening pre- Its proceedings not It w that the havo wanted uot less than fifty thousand in In ITe art Indebted courtesy of the of ftr Ing list of and in live B 2vl 10th Oct. Franklin M. Sept. 2K phen A. E. Coloman Nov. 17, Matthias Jan. 17, 20, Jordan H. Jan. 8, Oct. 81, M Lieut. Sept 18, Cj L. Tnr 2d Lieut. Oct. 0, Capt. 6th, Dec. 20, John A. 1st Lieut. Hey J. Jan. 23, E 1st Lt. 43d, Jan. 28, 'E Alexander Capt. 2d, Oct. 21, K Richard 1st Lieut. 2d, Oct. 21, William J. 2d 2d, Nov. 1, Lt. 2d, Dec. 2, D Robert J. 2d Lieut 2d, Jan. Sylvester 1st Lt. 2d, I; Israel B. 2d Lt 2d, Jun. 22, B. Jan. 6th, vid R. Upt 7lh, Jan. 6, John M. W. 1st. Lt. 7th, June 80, Dixon 2d Lt. 7th, Dec. L. 2d IA 7th, Dec. John P. 1st Lt 7th, Jun. 81, William W. 2d Lt 7th, Feb. 4, Joshua W. 2d Lt. 7lh, Feb. 3, William B. 2d Lt 7th, Feb. 4, William H. 3d Lt Feb. 4, J. 1st Lieut 10th, Sept. 20, 2d Lt. 10th, Jan. 1, Thomas C. 2d Lt. Oct 9, Thomas 1st Dec. JA M. 20, Robert U. 2dLt 50ih, Jan. G. Cupt Sept. 23, Levi L. 2U Feb. 1, John T. 2d Lt. 87th, 1, F. 2d Lt 87tb, Jan. 28, Felix Lt. 87lh, Jan. A. Oapt 33d, Aug. 5, James W. 1st Lt. 88d, Aug. 5, Lewis R. 2d Lt. Dec. 15, Joseph W. Lt July William M. 2d Lt. Sept 18, William A. 2d Oct. 1, Stephen D. Lt Col. 8.1, Dec. 10, Daniel A. Capt. N. C. Feb. 21, Louis D. N. C. 20, Sitcom D. 1st Lt. N. C. April 26, Thomas W. N. 0. Apul 26, Henry R. 2d Lt N. C. April 26, Daniel Art. N. 0. Jan. 8, V. Lieut. N. C. Jan. 8, Wilhim W. 2d'Lt. Art. N. C. 22, H. Col. 4-h Dec 23, Edwin A. Maj. Dec. 28, Dec. Samuel Y. 2d Lt. 4th, 10, Thomas W. 2d Lt. 4th, Aug. 11, Francis D. 2cl Lt. Oct. 29, F. 2d Lt 4ih, Nov. Julins A. 2d Lt. Dec. 20, ert A. I'd Lt 4th, Jan. 16, Robert T. 2d March 1, Samuel R. 1st Feb. 13, Richard F. 1st Lt. 47th, 81, John Q. 2d Lt 47th, July 19, William H. Ll. 47th, Dec. 2, Willis U. Dec. 11, Giles W. 1st Lieut. Dec. Jacob 2d Lt 51st, Oct A. 2d Lt. 61st, 16, Claudius S. Capt. 4th, 10, Walter S. Major 2d, Oct. 4, liam M. 1st Lt. 87th, Feb. 12, James W. Lt. Col. 8th, Feb. 20, Henry Major 8ih, Feb. 20, 61st, 20, Vim 1st Lt Maich 20, Hector 51st, Jan. 19, I HAVE so TO idea tho want of time is a mere Franklin found time in the of ail his to dive into the hidden of and to explore tho untrodden path of The great with an empire at in the midst of. on the eve of which to deride tho of his found timo to revel in the philosophy and intellectual all his kings in hig for vacant with sands of men whose destinies were suspended the bi thread of arbitrary had time to con- verse with when he hnd curbed tho spirits of the Roman anil was thronged with visitors from found for an intellectual Every has he is careful to improve it as well as he ho can reap a Let oil make of the hours at their if they want to obtain a proper influence in They cnn if they hold in their hands of our i From the of rubbish in the of the London we ex- tract the Leaving the hubbub and phiz drinks and constant spitting of the reader is permitted to low Mr. Russell to ihe aristocratic of the White The servant took the guests hat was slow that the gentleman in- says the to my light to be thete at for said are none but of the Cabinet their wives and daughters dining here to ly ho instructed me how to place my so that it be exposed to no and in- me that I was about to participate in a dial enjoyment of no ordinary Mr. having been thus the Reporter was led to the reception H Mrs. Lincoln already seated to receive her middle age and a nip ness degenerating to the natural to her her features are her nose and of an ordinary and her manners and appearance by the con- that her position requires her to be thing more than plain Mrs. the wife of tlie Illinois she ig profuse in the word in every which is now almost an confined certain although it once as common in Her dress I shall not attempt to though it was very gorgeous and highly She handled a fan with much displaying a well and was adorned with some simple Mrs. Lincoln struck me as desirous of making self and I own I was agreeably as the secessionist ladies at had been amusing themselves by anecdotes which could scarcely have been founded on fact The ihe host is thus given in another Soon afterwards there with a almost unsteady a lein over six feet in with ing long terminating iu hands of extraordinary were fur exceeded in proportion Uy his was dressed in suit of which one in mind of undertaker's uniform at a round his neck a rope of black silk war knotted in a large with Hying ends beyond of his turned down shin collar muscular low and above nestling in a great of black bristling compact a ruff of mourning rose the quaint and covered ita thatch of wild republican of The impression by the me ol his and by hil ping und bo removed by qf and the of his the mouth ly prodigious i the straggling and extending almost from cnu Hue of black beard to are only kept in order by two deep furrows Jhe nostril to Iho nose out from the with in- theuch it snuffing for in the the eyes deeply set but full of an i- which to and them protect frontal the pf owing to flocks of thick
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