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11 Dec 1847

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Bloomington Indiana Tribune (Newspaper) - December 11, 1847, Bloomington, Indiana An by us Tikili 1. Mounts written lit Trio a Ciucht of the of a Ranferi Noills for la Yinsi the Corner Stone of tic Wasili Monu Incipit at Jami Loii Squero in Trio City of York on tuesday Trio l3ui of october ldl7, i and Siquig by Usu iii Cincis of Tho sacred music Isu City. Must cd Quot old Hundred a Inonu Nicot to Washington a Tablet Graven with his name Green be the Nionna Lii he it stands upon and everlasting As its Fame. His glory fill the land the Plain Tho Moor tie Mountain ail the Mart More firm than column urn or Fane Ilis Monument the ii Inan Pieart. The christians Eros Sage the chief that i leaven in mercy sent his deeds Are written on the age ills country is his Monument. Quot the sword of lid con and the lord Quot was mighty in his mighty hand a the god vrho guided he adored and with his Blessing freed the land. Tho first in War Tho first in peace the first in a cacti that freemen own in parallel Lii time shall be Asch he lives immortal and alone yet let the Rock Lien Tower arise Iliili to the pathway of the Sun and Tippak to tie approving skies our gratitude to Washington. Throo fact in height. I am much Pulci Isid with their formidable appearance and Inion Formina a Haduo of to lick next Spring. They appear to be i or factly Hardy for a Hough in full vegetation when Tho late severe frosts occurred Illey Are scarcely at All injured. . We. .1. Clarke. Of cart county o. Nov 1847 anti Ike Exi Spring in March i sowed Soine ago Orange Seel. I poured on Waun nearly boiling hot lot them stand Over night plated half an Inch deep. Abom half Quot Inie up. Perhaps More of them Wal come a not Spring. The next time a shall soak them in alcohol. J. Stough. J Iiri Riis. . E. N. Sill of cya hoga Falls informs us that he sowed three Lints of Osage Orange seed last Spring the latter part of april soaked the seed in hoi water not hoi iii it came up pretty Well pro during 4000 to 5000 plants. This is the Best a sult have heard of and we we regret that pains were not Iak a to ascertain More exactly the temperature of the Waii a used by Means of a thermos Culli Caluri. Sic Irasid s of Amesti. Of Why am i not married i m sure i m not to blame my friends Are asking me the time when i shall change my Nam i they Tell me 1 shall surely to a nun or a lonesome maid and such it really Sei ins to to i or Beauty gins to fade and every Hope i bad is gone they v Paris lion with Niy years and now no eos dilation left a maid is All my fears. Flow Many friends in life i be seen have All got married Early and really i Nigist to , of Oft i m sad and Surley. I scarce can live to see them thus Jive Happy in this life iii list i poor mortal seem to be marked out for no Man s wife. But seem to live to Bear a name that All alas degrade and i like others e in do scorn the title of Quot old i be had my Chance like the Reat but then i thought i d Tarry for whilst in youth with pleasure Blest Why need i wish to marry. There s time enough when Lani tired of living As i do Sandwith Liis fancy like a fool imy love i did subdue. But would i now eject a Chance. Though fancy might persuade. There still might to another ii acc of. No i d change the maid a Lover a cml exp Rimeikis j Erl armed in a no find have shown Liat Clover seed docs Best when but very slightly covered or very near or Ait lie sur lace of the Eartis. Thi Noen compari mems or lids Yero sown the seed in each Suee Eusivo one being buried a Quarter of an in ii deeper than the preceding and varying from merely sprinkling on the Sui face to three inches Hiep. The following numbers indicate the number of plants which Camo up in Eracli Bod from an equal number of sced each successive one being a Quarter of in Inch deeper �?17, 1 3, 11, 11,11, 8, 4, 4, 0, 0, 0, 0, 0. From no to about an Inch Tho seed mostly came up but two inches deep and deeper none came i. Hence the i policy of covering Clover seed with a heavy Harrow a slim in by rain on fresh Earth or working in by Tho crumbling in Luence of Frost being better. From the Albany cultivator. To make Good Isi Itter in Winter. We often hear the complaint that butter made in Winter is poor. Ours was so for several Seu Sona. It was very slow in coming and Frothy White and some tunes bitter while butter made from the same kind of milk in the warm season was Good. I devised Many plans for improvement such As throwing in Salt warm milk scald ing Cream amp. But to no purpose. At length i scalded my milk when brought from the cow afterwards setting it in either a cold or warm place As most convenient. I mean i communi-1 rated sufficient heat to my milk to destroy the effect which frosty feed in Autu iii or dry feed in i the Winter had upon it. Since which time we have made with if then minutes churning purer sweeter and More yellow butter than we Ever made in summer and sometimes from Tho Frozen Cream gradually warmed. And were it not that the increase of manufactures the Pursuit of fashion and other causes Coli Blued rider helping hands in the Dairy room now Adays very scarce i should be at the trouble of scalding my milk before setting it during the summer As Well As in Winter for surely butter made in this Way possesses a delicious Richness and dryness which cannot to found in any other. A House keel eur. Oia the Titulaer i ii Kew. By it a to Inov. In. There has been a heavy Gale on the upper lakes. Vossi is having on Board 30,00 bushels of Whf it Wendi Iven a Horn and lost. The Schooner or Lwrence to ird Wii ii bushels of wheat was sunk in the River. A Hihi did Liin. The al Ih-53 Sii it is , iii in Quot that Fonick citing stable in Aimre Sifread under the Plum Trees during Trio Lime of setting fruit will prevent the ravages of the Eure Idio the or Aino Neveal gasses being Obj onions to ibis insect. The a a it Erin Umu is Worth iry in a. Lot ilbo de next Spring. Those Bushes and watch his per pts cannot find Quot my dear Friend Quot answered the profess Quot we Mist never amuse ourselves at the expense of the poor. 13ut you Are Rich and you May give yourself a much greater pleasure by Means of this poor Man. Put a Dollar in each shoe and then we will hide the student did so and then placed himself with the professor behind the Bushes close by through which they could watch the labourer and see whatever wonder or Joy he might express i the poor Man had soon finished his work and came across the Field to the path where he had j left his coat and shoes. While he put on the coat he slipped one foot into one of his shoes j but feeling something hard he stooped Down and found the Dollar. Astonishment and wonder were seen upon his countenance he in cd upon the Dollar turned it around and looked again and Quot again then he looked around him on All sides but could see no one. Now he put the Money in his pocket and pro j needed to put on the other shoe but How great his astonishment when he found the other Dollar Lis freling overcome him he fell upon his Knees looked up to heaven and uttered aloud a fervent thanksgiving in which he a poke of his wife sick and , and his children without bread whom this timely Bounty from some unknown hand would save front perishing. The Young Man stood there deeply al tested and tears filled his eyes. Quot now Quot said the professor Quot Are you not much better than if you had played your intended trick "0 Dearest sir Quot answered the youth Quot you have taught me a lesson now that 1 will never forget. I feel now the truth of the words which i never before understood Quot it is better to give than to receive we should never approach the poor but with the wish to do them Good. I am not that occasion Quot Era others to Day this phenomenon Ait one of the most singular nested. Bardstown nov. 20 1847. Piet to old lady living on one of the Telegraph lines leading from this City observed some workmen dining a Hole near her door. She inquired wha it was for to put a Post in for the Telegraph was the answer. Wild with fury and affright she in contingently seized her Bonnet and ran to her next neighbor with the news. What do you think they re a settin up that cussed paragraph right agin my door and now i reckon a body can t spank a child or scold a hand or Chat with a neighbor but that plague thing la be a blabbing it All Over creation til move right away where there Ain t none of them Onna teral fixing. Louisville examiner. To say a a via i a Sis it i a-ii�i2 a sri is i. Quot the sons Penis he Bridge uni patios have dire red Ilie dust Rinion Oft lie la Ridge for the Assoc of a Railroad trains and Alsip i r fool and Wagon tracks i la strength of the Sun sorting cables is to 1 0 no less than six thou Saml live Hundred ions. To Quot in Cost is not to exceed a i i 0,000 and Ilie whole is to be Coni jilted by May 1st a i. Tho la Riburn will be within is flu both of tin a o min act and Ali irly ool and sati the Gorge by and Arch of 330 feet suspended 230 foot above Iho surface of the Niagara an tide risking beside which the works of Iho ancients appear As dwarfs beside a a Quaker ambit the country ii Iaia. A Quaker passing through a Market stopped at a stall and inquired the Price of Citron. 1 have none said the countryman that will suit you they Are decayed and their flavor s gone thank thee Friend i will go to the next stand Ilist thou any Good fruit to Day Quot said he to the dealer. Yes sir Here Are some of the finest Nutmeg of my Garden. They Are Small but Rich of their kind then thou canst recommend them Quot 0, certainly sir very Well i will take two lie carried them Home and they proved not Only unsound but miserably tasteless. The next morning he again repaired to the same place. The Man who sold him the fruit the preceding Day asked him if to would like some More. Nay Friend thou Hast deceived me once and now although thou Mayest speak the truth still 1 Jaimot Trust thet but thy neighbor chose to Deal uprightly Vii Nie and from henceforth 1 shall be his Patron. Thou wouldst do Well to remember this and learn by experience that a falsehood is a base thing in the , and a very unprofitable one in the end a very Idun Esting discussion will probably take place tithe pc using of the present parliament on the question of Agni sitting i Aron j not Schild n jew to a eat in that body. The form of the oath requires that members shall swear Tipoti tin Quot Faith of a trite this of course the i Aron not being a Christian cannot do and consequently the form will have to be changed to suit his Cao or else Tho Cletion must go Back to the people of London. The London correspondent of the new York to Trual of coins Cree in speaking of this Caso has the following remark in re Lazion 10 the present condition of Tho jews in England a Jav. A. Dameri at the beginning of this Niico i have said that the a Lection of Rothschild is important and Likely u Lead to Imi Orient . I am convinced of the fuel. It is the commencement of a new Era. The very Endeavor to obtain a sitting in Tho a Entile Assembly sanctioned As the Aii empt is by Tho rabbis though the same is contrary the jewish Law evinces a Distio Sirion to re code from Tho hebrew Faith. It is a sign of Tho times and Worth watching. In London the jews Are divided. The so ceders Call themselves British j is and they have rejected the talmud thrown overboard rabbinical decrees Knop no festivals or very few and Are now debating whether they shall Chango the Sabbath As several of Iho synagogues in Ler Quiny have done from Tho present jewish Sabbath to thai of Tho Christian Sabbath. Thus All these changes Are leading on to that transition state which is so strongly Inar Koil by infidelity Cross forms an us ier3tilions, and Oral Laws get abandoned As civilization advances and the mind of s Ich i croons from Early education cannot at once grasp Tho truth but Rush Riuo communion with condom i and ridicule scorning and despising Tho Pasi and with doubt and dread making them hopeless and reckless As to Tho future. Sowing Osinge Orange 8ced. Or Bateman a you ask in a Lato no. Of the cultivator whether any of your readers who sowed Osage Urango sold last Spring succeeded in causing them to vegetate freely without being Frozen. I sowed a pint of Tho seeds about the us Hornay last. They Wero previously soaked in warm not scalding water for about Twenty hours. Uliey came up slowly so that i we apprehensive for a Lime they would prove an entire failure not being generally up before the Middle of Juno. In the end however i think they did very Well i they have produced upwards of Injoo Fine is Ous plants Many of which Uro More than woman. If Ever Reader you meet a Tan who Speaks lightly of woman who laughs and rails at those who frequent her society beware of him for his acquaintance is dangerous. It is Seldom that you meet one l it there Are those who never frequent the society of females and who Are a a sized when in the presence of love and purity. They pass their Days no one knows where and unknown to of icy their existence is unimportant. Thoy deprive themselves of the greatest of blessings and their departure fro n tiie world May be heralded but it is in regretted. There is a fee Ittig of Lonelia is which creeps Over the heart at the mention of such people for the death bed of one who has no Eye to weep fur him and Deli Cate hand to smooth his brow As woman Only can do no female voice whose accents falling on the ear sound he the Echo of Angel s voices wiil out these death must be. Awful. In women one half of our Joys Are entered. Tho Sinilo of her face is a better Reward for troubles overcome and Days of hard labor than heaps of Shin in Gold. Her voice her looks her words Are Tal Sinen shielding us from temptation and emulating us to the performance of the great duties of find her ready to rejoice at our Success and alike ready to condole if we Are s is Friendship and love which will never fade but continue while life lasts pure and undiminished. Seek her society fur it has a purifying Piea aut 8iii>riie. A Young Jan of eighteen or Twenty a student. In a University took a walk one Day with a professor who was commonly called the students Friend such was his to the Young men who i Oil ice it was to instruct. While they Wero walking together and the professor was seeking to lend Tho conversation to grave subjects Thoy saw a pair of old shoes lying in their path which they supposed to belong to a poor Man who was at Wor it close by amp and who had nearly finished his Day s work. The Young student turned to Tho professor saying Quot let us play the Man a trick to will hide his shoes and conceal ouro Olics behind Bie wite Iier a Rulle. In the Steeple of Forfar is preserved a curiosity Well Worth the aug lion of i is called Quot the witches the form of the object is very simple. A Small Myrcle of Iron such client to enclose the head is divided into four sections which Are connected with hinges. A Short Chain hangs from behind. In Tho from but pointing inwards is a prong like the Rovou of an old fashioned Spur which Enio Rcd the Mouth and by depressing the Logue acted As a gag. The use of the thing was exactly what its mime portends. By ii As with a bridle the unfortunate old women formerly Burnt at Forfar for the supposed crime of which Craft were led out of town to the place of execution. Lis further and More important purposes were to bind Tho culprit to the slake and prevent her cries during the dreadful process of death. When All was Over the bridle used to to found among the ashes of the of Scotland. To we find Tho following in the last number of Tho Bardstown by gazelle., a ind Are by a re Pectal be g Etleman from that place who spoke Tiroui personal Unow Letle that Tho statement is entirely Correct in every particular a Louisville a train a . Or is i suppose pretty generally known that in March last just after Tho termination of our circuit court an info tune Ato Rencountre occurred Between judge g. A Gai Cherof Liis county and Hon. H. I. Brown of Tho judicial District in which Tho former gentleman lost list if. I shall not attempt to give the details of this Nielan Cholly tragedy us i presume Thoy Aro already Sulyic gently understood in this Section. Sulu co it to say that Tho parties wore a rotors in Law and within a very Short time of the difficulty inso Persauo friends und devotedly attn Ehod to once other. My Only object Thoro Foro in addressing you this laconic of pistol is simply to notice a very remarkable coincidence which for Tho last eight or ton Days arrested Tho attention of this Community to an astonishing extent. On the farm und not far from the spot where judge la Thor was killed Staada u Large Poplar tree from which at Tho distance of Somo fifty or sixty foot from Tho ground a limb pro Jet sat right angles about six or right foot Long and perhaps Somo ton or fifteen inches in Diqiu motor and terminating abruptly. At the end of v Linch can to seen a Strong likeness of a human Fuco Tho ii Iouli Trio Noso eyes color &c., Aro very apparent us pulp blk As Elioso of an Ordi Frost bitten. A miss Frost in Massachusetts has recovered Izreo Hundred and sixty five of or. Snow for a breach of marriage Promise. He courted her a year and has to pay at the rate of a Dollar a Day for . a Ark Bay. Sixty four years ago on the Width of May last there was such a remarkable darkness All Over new England that ii was called the dark the legislature of Connecticut was sitting at Hartford and when the darkness became so Groat that Thoy could not see people were Wil alarm and Many supposed that the Day of judgment had come some members of the legislature proposed to adjourn but a Wise Man made the following Short and sensible speech am against an adjournment. The Day of judgment is either approaching or it is not. If it is not there is no cause of adjournment if it is i wish to to found doing my duty protestant unionist. Onroe county will offer for auction All the Oclin Jurat lands quent for the nonpayment of the taxes interest Penally and charges due thereon at the court House in Lue town of Bloomington in Sai it county on the first Moi Dikiy of january next 1848, where al interested would do Well to attend or pay previously. Particular descriptive advertise meals of tic can be seen posted up in the clerks auditors and treasurer a office and court House. Bale to can Indence a within Hus Inesa hours and continue from Day to Doy till All is offered or a sufficient Quantity to bring the amount line on each lot and a Aid for when purchased. All those in arrears wit i the annual interest on Loans of the Trust funds or school land would do a coh to see the Sci ool Comini Sidoner and treasurer or they will pay costs by inc 1st december next. Vav. C. Tarkington november 17th, 1817. Aud. Ai. C. 3 6w or s fee a. T Otice. He undersigned has taken letters of administration _ on the estate of Samuel Neal late of Monroe county Indiana deceased. All persons indebted to the said estate Are requested to make immediate payment and those having claims against tiie same Are notified to present them duly authenticated for settlement. Tho said estate is supposed to be Kolvein. Abigail Neal Adina a. Nov. 17ih, 1847. N3 w3� Moi Rox Coli qty of r the Rostell trial Cost the City of new y re .$7,200.three farms for Sal e. I he Suli scribes offer for Sale the following real is i Tate in Monroe county Indiana Viz an improved Faim of i to acres one mde West of Lilly Tsvi Leone farm of Igo acres a it join iii Eliett Villi Ope farm of i go ii res a mile and a half n. W. Of Ellettsville on the spent or Road and a tract of 35 acres a half Nije Norih of Ellettsville on Jark s defeat. Also a Large lot of farming utensils household and Kitchen furniture horses lifts cattle amp a. &.c. I lie above property is offered al private Sale by the Subic Ribert and if it is not All Tylius sold by december 20lh, it will be offered on thai Day al Public Sale in the town of Ellettsville. The property will be shown by calling on the subscribers at their residence near Ellettsville. Mar Aday Parks Curtis Parks. Nov. 90ih, 1847. 3u3aciniiniftrator i Sale. I of Loki is Berety Yipo that i will Chi joke to Sale on thursday the kith Day of it rember next at tie late residence of Samuel Nea decease l. The Persona property of said deceased consisting of horses cattle hogs sheep some Corn and Oats Tome Lif upe Hom and Kitchen furniture farming utensils with other artics of not necessary to in Enion. A credit of twelve months will be Given on All Ennis not three dollars the Pur Clia Sei i s Vinn note with Quot in proved Security waiving All Relief from tie valuation or to Eity Law three dollars and under Cash in Liand Ahio ail Neal administrate in. November 17ih, 4817. tiie fall and Winter session of this institution has just commenced. Increased efforts have been made to meet the wishes and expectations of the Public. Such a corps of teachers has been secured As will afford the. Amp est Means of instruction in All the Branch i is of useful and ornamental education. The following is the list of to i piers mrs. E. J. Mcfurson principal. Miss s. B. Poor mass j. He Milt Nway miss m. J. Mcferson. The i has deter nine to do her part and to throw herself on the Public of this county and the counties in to sustained in rearing Toj an inst Lution of her a which a Hall not be surpassed in this it i it of the slate. Her exertions inns be met by a Tor in spoiling support or it is obvious that the school cannot be kept up on ii Jire sent Liberal plan of instruction. A Ocul music and Calisi Lenics will be Taui lit As a regular j a a of the Sci tool exercises. Lowing arc the rates of tuition rending writing geography grammar j per session of 5 m03 for the higher l ranches 8,00 do a i Quot is Jojou do French a Small extra charge there will be a sni ill Advance charge for fuel amp a a nun her of respectable families in the in mediate i Rini of the Seminary have engaged to receive female boarders Only. For the use of the Monroe Sesi Narv Tho following books Are Lecoma elided skiis m Guffy s. grammar Bullions. A Komi my in Morse s with geographic maps. Aan ii tic Davies the great beb Seyu House s Indian tonic Safe and sure cure for chills or ague amp Foj kit in the Short time of five hours As Ikon ands throughout the Wisl and South Cati testify who have been thus speedily cured by this rom adv every one who Irani iced should be anxious to obtain a Lai Rome needy which offers the Best quickest and safest cure no matter from Liat source it Springs every honest Man being bound to embrace the truth wherever found therefore the proprietor in Justice to the Public and himself feels railed upon to Kiaie Uon Estly a few facts which will establish House s Indian tonic to be the Best remedy for chill or and Fyk Var now known. Fact his the article is convenient and pleasant to Lake is refined from All Gross particles which Render other Potepa Tationa to Muddy nauseous and disagreeable to the Lasie and if the directions Are followed will cure every Case with certainty in from three to five hours. Astonishing iii cup. Furl by its Caiiou on the liver and other organs concerned in forming it the Biju 18 Regula led to c the morbid Anion induced by cause of the disease is destroyed fever allayed and it will to i Puiul a powerful agent in Asci listing to remove fevers generally. Fact 3rd ii gives Lone to the stomach invigorates the body stimulates All Tho functions to a healthy action and is highly useful wherever tonics Ara Wai Ted. Fact ithe this tonic has perforated and is daily performing cures in chills or ague a be fever without a parallel in Medicine witness a single bottle making cure in n Cas often years8taiidinganoth-er in a Case of nine years standing to cure which had previously baffled All skill and every look at the Many other astonishing cures set Forth in he certificates around the bottle and then say if House s Indian tonic does not Decsi redly stand pre eminently the greatest remedy of the times Ruad the Cerii Ficaia carefully Thoy Aro from your neighbors and friends and whenever you meet with any of Thein to As Cernin the Ruth dont fail to ask them concerning it. Be sure to ask for House s Indian tonic and As you value your Haltli dont be put off with anything else. Prepared and sold by go. W. House Nashville menu. Price $1 per bottle. Sold by or. D. H. Maxwell a Bloomington and Nicholas Fleenor Benton township Monroe co. Nov. G h 1847. Ill Gmo or see $8,00.cooking Tovey. Just received and fur Sale Low for Large number of cooking St Vel among which is Luck s Patent which is one of the nest popular stoves now in use All who wish to Purchase will please Call and examine Foi inc selves. D. . oct. 8 1847, Ati Kiula Geom Korv Liivik tour Blair s. Mental Piilo Sorivi Abercrombie Sabbott s edition. Morai. v. Wayland e. Mrs. Lincoln a Comstock s. History of states mrs. Willard a go Krai. A Liston Taylor s. Ror . Liao no anal Sii. Milton psf h lose lost. Comstock s. Latin Bullion s grammar and the usual course. E. Mcferson. Nov. 6, 1047. Jaw school. Rills department of the Indiana University is under the Cire if How a. David Mcdonald and Llie Hon. Wilbur t. Otto professors of Law tie ensuing session will commence on the Lois Day of november next and will continue till Tuc first of March following. In ii it instil Union Ilu Sirdenis Are divided into two classes the Junior and the senior. The text books of the Junior class ire Blackstone s commentaries Kent s commentaries chitin on contacts and Stephens on pleading. Those of the senior class Are Kent s a Mornen tries Chilly on Bills go iii s pleading me Ideal s evidence and Milford s equity. Students must furnish their own text books. The course of instruction embraces nil the branches of Legal science. classes Are examined every Day ii their lessons in the text books and lectures Are delivered daily on the various subjects comprised in the study of . A moot court is held every saturday in which the students Ere exercised in preparing pleadings and in arguing Law cases Ano Legal questions i Evious by Given oui. A Good Law Library is a Vidt a for the use of the pupils. Students after attending the Law school Foi two sessions will receive diplomas up a the recommendation of the faculty and the a Sioval of the Board of none but respectable practising Aito Ruiyu will be entitled to Iceni Short of thai time. The tuition fee is Twenty dollars. Blooms ton oct. 1, 1847. Eneral no Tiro is hereby Given that some chef Law the lands Aud lots returned Deli Kniel for Tho nonpayment of taxes due thereon for the year 18-Lfi, in Given county Indiana As May be necks Simiry to discharge Tho taxes interest and charges which Quot May to duo thereon or due. Itom the owner in Etcoff at the time of Sale will be sol Ltd at Niblic auction at the court House door in Bloomfield in said county of Green on the Tho first monday of january next. Sale to comm Euco it ten o Cleck . Of snid Day Nind to continue from Day to Day if necessary until die lands Are All offered for Sale. October let 1847. S r. Cavins c. C. C. G. C. Sex offi cio discharging the duties of county auditor no w4 or s fee $1,50.ribb amp m Axne 0ie Columbus Ohio insurance company capital $300,000�?$140,000 paid in. This company from its Wen known pro Pii Ness and liberality is entitled to a Liberal Patron brio and All who Aro desirous of taking out policies fire or Marine can be accommodated on Tho most a Vorabo terms and at the lowest rates by calling at the Agency Oftie in the Small Frame building on the North Side of the Public Square Bloomington. This company has never failed to pay the fill amount of the Insu Ranee. No deduction al made whatever. A a a a _ Wai. Mine Roeii Idonat a. 8. Cut sect i i Ter aunt Ulo Winington lad. April 3d, i&i7. Is ctr

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