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Connersville Weekly Times (Newspaper) - December 21, 1865, Connersville, IndianaJsr�?.---�?�?--. Liberty and Union now and forever one Imp Ruhle a Webster. Vol. 16�?no. A Connersville Indiana. a december 21, 1865. Whole no. % Bol who pm i and Hsi is my people the a we a hould be Able to offer to willingly after hit a Ortr for �11 Fainga come of thee and of thine own have we Given thee. The times. Thank Oivino Sermon. Inuit a in tha s. A bored Job Bruto isd., do Timber 7lb, 1865. By eld w. A in. This Day by executive appointment and the general Choice is a National thanksgiving and into this Temple at this hour with willing hearts we come it to serve the lord with gladness to Praise him with rejoicing to acknowledge Itiat the lord he is god it is a that hath made us and not we ourselves we his a ple and the sheep of his pasture it us therefore Quot enter into his Gates with thanksgiving and into his courts with Tuise be thankful unto him and bless his name. For the lord is Good Bis mercy is everlasting and his truth end Ureth to All generations we do not propose to indeed we could not were we to make the attempt Combine in one discourse All the reasons for the fitness of these National thanks i Ings. That were an ungrateful child which would receive All the Good gifts that a kind father might bestow and not be moved by the generous impulses of love yet we Are All the Bol who pm i and Hsi is my people the a we a hould be Able to offer to willingly after hit a Ortr for �11 Fainga come of thee and of thine own have we Given thee. But while condemning our National sins the question comes up Quot stay should we have a general thanksgiving Quot there is a wide spread sentiment in this country that god has nothing to do with the nations of the Earth that human governments Are merely compacts among men and that they May be dissolved at pleasure. Whence came that sentiment ? did our forefathers go to such an unwonted extreme to get rid of the pseudo theocratic Al despotism which had bound them Down in the Mother country ? did they Leam it from the French who have foce As before been a nation of infidels ? did Thomas Paine by his acts of Noble statesmanship and patriotism get such an Infine a Over the people of America that he could Poison them with the copious Stream of godless and Chris less a philosophy which flowed fron his Tongue and pen ? i fear that these things have had sad effects upon us. But is it True and is there no god in nations ? the heavens and Earth the air an Ltd sea and All things animate and inanimate declare the glory of god and say Quot we have no King but has god nothing to do with a nation ? do we believe his word ? he says in that a Deuce and we can count the rain drops As they fall or the stars of evening More easily to Ian we can number the blessings which come Down from our father in heaven and yet How few there Are who with appropriate gratitude look up to the great giver of All Good. But while i premise still farther let it be understood that i shall not be methodical in what i say. I shall not walk in any beaten path because it is expected of me nor Quot Prophesy a a smooth sayings Quot for the flattery of As there Are things pleasing and displeasing to the Eye and taste so there Are things which Are pleasant and unpleasant to the ear and As we can Only expect our peace and Prosperity to increase As we approximate to Purit a and holiness of life is it not Well for us to talk of the enormity of our sins until we Leam to hate them and is it not Well also when we with one voice thank god for his goodness that we in contrition of soul and sorrow and repentance ask him for mercy and forgiveness. And As with individuals so with nations. We would at cover up our National sins. Wit i Paramount knowledge of science Art and religion a with Leitold opportunities for Industry and Independence with god Given facilities for wealth As they grow out of our Fertile soil and other natural re until we see the coming of a new Era the dawning of a brighter Day until we see not mount i sgt Only with its top in sight of the land of Promise but a new Canaan As Large and wide As our own glorious America flowing with milk and Honey and blessed with perpetual peace to be for us and our posterity forever and Ever. Trot a a Christmas Story. Sources we grasp at every Opportunity to get gain whether by holy or unholy Means. We have never properly estimated the righteous principles of equity in tile affairs of civil government. Our intemperance our aristocracy our slavery our Averice and our infidelity Rise no like great mountains before us and will yet weigh us Down to perdition if we turn not away from them. We know More of the human Constitution and the Laws of life than any other people and yet we manufacture and sell More ardent spirits in proportion to our population than almost any other with a land full of bibles and preachers and professors of religion we Send out under the Protection of our Laws a const int Stream of Quot Liing death Quot Laie enough to fill our Church Yards with Noble Young men and our Homes with widows and orphans. Maj god Bave mercy on us for this great and terribli./6in, and May he arouse Ever it Christian All Over the land to a full appreciation of his duty to god and the perishing race of Man. Next come the sins of aristocracy and oppression. With the motto of a equal rights Quot As the distinguishing element in our National policy we put chains and manacles upon millions of our fellow citizens and leave them there not for the expiation of crime but because we have them in our Power until god Speaks out in fiery indication to vindicate the cause of Justice and humanity. And blessed be his name the ties that bound the master find love were severed the Strong pillars that sus tuned the growing aristocracy of our land were broken also and the late master is now to be his own servant but again we As a nation have Ever been proud and self reliant. We have even talked of our mountains and Hills and valleys and lakes and civilization and Superior form of government As though they were Man made and not god made. We talk of the May Flower As if by the Wisdom of Man alone it had been directed to Plymouth of he Battles of the revolution As though our fathers had fought them and gained our Independence not recognizing that there is a great god who is the Dii Oser of a things. Too much we fear has our like that of Nebuchadnezzar when he said Quot is not this great Babylon that i have built Quot too Lite like David the King of Israel to in the gratitude of his soul sex aimed Miae o lord it the great need and the pow or and the glory and the Victory and the Ina for a thai i in he Hearitt and in the be thine it the kingdom of lord i exalt As head above All. Find Honor a me of thee and then a cd in tone baud is Power and a us Ltd Slid mine hand it is to make Grei Dis at go Hutto All. A a a thai Foret go Wallm pc thee Quot i will establish a Quot i Wil Aid up a Quot i Wilm a Quot i will curve a Quot i will destroy a Quot i will set rulers Over a Quot blessed is Tho nation whose god is the lord. It is c4iuse of thanksgiving that we Are renewing our Fidelity to god. That now and then our chief executive Calls on the departments of state and All the people of the states to cease their labor and assemble at their respective places of worship and give expression to their gratitude to god. And i have often thought Quot How Well adapted to such a a is such a season of the the autumn and the thanksgiving come together. The seed time and 5ie Harvest Are Over the glorious Meadows and the Golden Grain Fields have yielded up their offerings the last Load of com is safely garnered and then with the Juiet rest of that Happy Day comes the general thanksgiving the Universal he in of Praise. In March 1863, senator Harlan introduced a Resolution into Congress expressing Quot sorrow and rep Tunce for our National sins and calling on god through Jesus Christ to have Mere upon us Quot and be it remembered that that was the first Public document Ever published by National authority in which can be found the Naine of Christ. The United states mint about the same time issued a Little Coin on the face of which May be seen the motto Quot in god we Trust Quot and it is Well known also that our late most worthy and lamented president in All his Public enterprises committed himself and the nation to the Especial guidance of him who Ruleth Over All. Again we give god thanks that peace has come that the sorrowful mailings of the conflict Are Over that the garments dyed in blood have passed away and that Libert and Independence Are established now upon a More permanent basis. But o How sad is tie history of those years of War. To some of j of it brings Quot the Call for volunteers Quot Quot the enlistment Quot the Quot Onward March Quot the Din of Battle and the shout of to others to Tho a dressed in the Hab aliments of mourning it brings the Telegram from the South Quot Yojiro son fell on the Field Quot Quot he died in a Hospital Quot or he went Down to his rest beneath the Waters of some Bayou. To me it brings the sadder Story that my youngest brother was starved to death in a rebel prison. But we turn away from these dreadful reflections to meditate upon the Prospect and ask what have we gained by the War ? then we had men talking treason in Congress and ail Over our land we do not hear them now. We had an armed rebellion in the South with its Headquarters in our National capital they Are conquered rebels now. We had four millions of slaves they Are freemen now. We had a Law making it a crime to teach them How to read a and to Day when these services Are Oyer we will have an Opportunity to give Money to the agent of the freed men s association with which to buy bibles and testaments for them. And in conclusion we ask whether we As a nation should be satisfied to with what we have already attained to ? shall we not rather go on to perfection ? now that god has graciously preserved our nation let us put our feet on every sin and he will work with us and for us. And we most sincerely wish and most devoutly Pray that we May rid our institutions of every stain of treason and every influence of oppression and then May we Well join in a new song of glad deliverance As full of glory and thanksgiving As that which Miriam Sang when first she stood upon the Shore of Arabia. That was the Day of Israel s Triumph and ours will be when sin which is a reproach to any people shall be put away. When intemperance and War shall cease. When equal rights shall be established and maintained for Allm a. Whin. Virtue and truth and religion shall be rightly esteemed. And now that we Are a Freer happier and stronger people than or before May we with raid. Strides ascend from Point to p6int to non a tidal nigh no a mob Quot Hopedale Quot i opened my sleepy eyes As the conductors Voic rang through the cars and taking my carpet bag sprang out upon the platform of the Little station. My Brief Holiday was Over and with a shrug i prepared flt my Short walk through the morning air looking Forward to the Good fire and delicious cup of Coffee i was sure mrs. Watson was keeping for me. It was a very rare event for me to leave the Little Village whose name Heads this Story. My father had been the Only physician there from the time when i was a boisterous school boy up to the hour when in his professional rounds he fell dead with heart disease in the main Street leaving me his heretofore assistant sole heir to his name property and practice. Ten years before they had carried my dear Mother to the Little churchyard and installed mrs. Watson housekeeper in her place. The villagers were willing to let the Young doctor step into his father s place beside their sick Beds and so for five years i had filled his duties. In All these five years i had taken no Holiday so when an invitation came from my old College Friend and since correspondent Clement Payne to spend Christmas with him at his father s place on the Hudson i was sorely Temy ted to accept and finally concluded to do so. It was literally Christmas 1 spent Lea ing Home at Midnight on the 24th, and my Friend s House exactly Twenty four hours later. It had been a pleasant break in the Monotony of my life and As i stood at Sunrise on the Hopedale station platform i was sure my recreation would give me new vigor for my daily duties. As i turned to descend the Steps leading to the Road some impulse nay a Providence led me to look in at the window of the room by Courtesy Quot ladies room Quot of the station. It was cold a dip desolate. No fire was lighted and there was no furniture unless tie hard wooden benches against the Walls could be so denominated. But curled upon one of these benches sleeping sound Lay a child. His dress of Rich fur trimmed velvet the warm fur Cap Long gaiters and mittens spoke of wealth and care and the Pale face round which clustered Short curls of a sunny Brown was round with health and wonderfully Beautiful. He was no Hopedale child i knew them All. My professional instinct made my heart thrill with a sudden Shock As i caught sight of the Pale face for Well i knew the danger of that dead sleep in the biting Winter air. How Long had he been there was he already dead ? were the questions i asked my self As i strode across the room and lifted him in my arms. There was no breath came from the White lips no throb at the wrist Only a faint very faint fluttering under my fingers As i pressed them Over the baby mantling him warmly in my heavy cloak i Tore Down the Steps and reached along the Road homeward at a Pace that would have considerably amazed my patients had any of them been awake at that Early hour. Allowing mrs. Watson no time for amazement i pressed her into service and in what she had called Quot a Jiffy Quot we had the Little form undressed in my bed and undergoing the most vigorous treatment. It was so Long before we were successful that my heart almost failed me but at last the faint heart throbs grew stronger color came to the Pale lips and Cheeks and a pair of Large Brown eyes appeared from under the heavily fringed lids i had watched so anxiously. Only a look of sleepy inquiry was visible As he stared a moment at me then obeying my order to drink the warm food mrs. Watson held to his lips my Little patient closed his eyes again and turned Over to finish his Nap. He was Safe now i knew so leaving him to mrs. Watson s care who by this time knew As much about him As i did i went to sleep myself to be ready for Tho Day s duties. It was nearly nine o clock when my housekeeper roused to to say that breakfast was ready and the child awake. Very wide awake i found him the glorious Brown eyes staring roid my room taking in every detail of its arrangement. Quot who Are you ? How did i get Here ? am i nearly at Australia who s that Man in the picture Quot were the questions poured rapidly Forth before i could Frame an inquiry. Quot i want to get up who s got my clothes ? came next then Quot who put me to bed without any night gown Quot not a sign of fear or a word of homesickness i was puzzled. Quot what is your name Quot i asked sitting Down beside him. Quot Trot 1 i want to get up Quot Quot you shall get up in a minute but first Tell me your name and How you came to be asleep in tiie station f Quot a Ini s Trot my Tihy Pla cars started off with mme when i got out. It was dark night and i could not catch them so i went into the room and went to sleep till they came Quot was your Mother in their my in the car Quot no nobody but just me. I m going to Quot going to Australia Quot Quot yes Ellen s there they have roses there at Christmas and we wanted some for our Quot but my child you did not leave Home Idone Quot Quot yes i did i am t afraid i m going Back right away As soon As i sad Al in and get the Quot but Don t you know you will have to sail in a great ship for months to get to Australia Quot Quot Ellen went in the cars. We saw her go Mamma and i. We went in the Carriage and said Good by and she got Ini the cars with or. Williams Quot who is or. Williams Quot i said eagerly catching at a name. Quot Ellen s husband. Our Milkman he was before he went off to he s Jolly always filled my cup for nothing when i was Quot and who was Ellen Quot Quot my Quot what s your father name Quot Quot papa Quot Quot but his other name Quot Quot Harry dear Mamma Alwa called him Quot where does he live Quot Quot he s dealt said the child in a whisper. Quot Mma cries All the time most and wears an ugly Black gown every Quot Well where does Mamma live Quot Quot at grandma s with aunt Daisy and Walter and sue and baby and Ain t it fit a baby s my Uncle and he s so Little he has to be carried about and Walter s Littler than me and he s my Uncle too and sue s Only six and she s my Quot where does grandma live Quot Quot Why Home in her own Quot Well what is her name Quot Quot grandma Quot in a very positive tone and becoming restive under so much questioning. I took him from the bed and began to dress him and explained his position but even when he understood that he must give up the Australia journey and a made to feel something of his Mother s despair at losing him he could give me no clue by which to find his Home. Grandpa grandma Mamma who was called Mary by the rest aunt Daisy and the three children were All mentioned and persistent questioning revealed that he lived in a Large House in the county but that was All. My heart grew fairly sick As i looked in his Beautiful face and pictured the grief of his widowed Mother Over the loss of this Only child. In vain i searched his clothing for the mysterious Quot locket containing the miniature of a Beautiful female Quot always found on stray children in novels no Quot Strawberry or Raspberry Mark Quot disfigured his smooth White skin. His clothing of the most Dainty material and make was marked with the initials Quot a. da3-s passed away and still the Little Trot for he would own no other name a was an inmate of my cottage the very Darling of mrs. Watson s Motherly heart. I advertised him in All the Large cities hoping some paper would reach Bis country Home yet As the Days wore away and he became reconciled to his new Home and ceased to Grieve for his family i began to dread the hour when he should be claimed. His Frank Bright joyousness his merry prattle his Loving caresses began to fill an unsuspected void in my heart and mrs. Watson was a perfect slave to his Laving tyranny. She made him pretty garments to replace the Rich velvet suit which we put aside in Case they were Ever required to prove his identity. She furnished for his bed room a Small apartment out from her own sleeping room. She made the Day one Long of service for his Comfort and As weeks glided into months and there was no clue Frimd to. Guide us to his Home she taught him to Call her grandma while Uncle Charley lamp came my newly acquired title. To Tell How he was petted in the Village Wod be a vain task to to say that he was the hero and idol of Hopedale will give but a faint idea of his popularity. Gradually the memory of his Home Ellen the visit to Australia died away and he seemed to forget that he had Ever lived away from us. Mamma and aunt Daisy had been the two of whom he spoke most but i judged from All he said that his father s death was very recent and his residence at his grandparent s a Brief visit Only in he memory. Eleven months had this dear Little treasure been an inmate in my House when there came into my life a new dream of Hope and happiness. About five Miles from Hopedale there resided and had lived for Many Long years an eccentric old Bachelor by name Herman Graham. Hui Home Lee Haven was far away flr6m my Cluster of houses indeed nearly a mile from any other residence and Here in solitary state with Only two ancient servitors for his household he had lived Ever since i could remember. He was a morose ill tempered Man and some Early Cross had made Huiai 0opt a perfectly her to like Mdell Ltd though Hia Smtith mid have commanded every advantage Socie we were speeding Over th6 Frozen to could offer. It was Early in novem ground toward my Home As she answer that i was summoned to attend the eds Odd Genius professionally. The Little note ought by an elderly Man on horse Quot this Lite cd fld had he a pet name Back was signed Quot Lillian Graham Quot and for you Quot urged m Job mediate attention. Quot yes my Home name. I hey Allzeit was a Long cold it drive but the Man represented his a Aster As very ill so i prepared to obey he summons. Quot i had. No idea your master had a daughter Quot m said re Fermi to my note. Quot that the master s Niece Quot was the reply Quot a Nice Sweet spoken Young lady As Ever i see she comes Down on a visit sometimes i her father s place near Albany. To were Burnt out her father s folks last Winter i the family All went to Europe while the new House was a building. They came Home about a fortnight ago but they won t go to the new House till Spring so some of them s boarding in new i irks and some in Albany and miss Lillian she s come to spend the Winter with her Uncle. They re All coming Down for Christmas i i found my new patient very ill and for a week my visits were frequent and More than once i passed a whole night by his bedside. I do not mean this for a love tale so i will not weary my Reader with the Why and wherefore of my heart be crag in allegiance to Lillian Graham s charms. Her Beauty gentle a Ness and Wilming Grace touched my heart As no woman had Ever before thrilled it and before a week of anxiety and watching was Over i loved her. As her Uncle began to recover my visits Slid from a professional capacity to a social one and i saw that my Welcome was a sincere one from both the old gentlemen and the fair girl whose Devotion to his sick bed proved her love. Was agreeably surprised to find the Hermi either so Savage or inaccessible As he had been represented to me. He had a painful chronic disorder his manner was brusque and his voice often harsh but he could soften and i was Able to give him Relief from pain for which he repaid me by a gracious reception. Christmas was drawing near and had resolved to Lay my heart before Lillian and ask her to be my wife. I was heir to a considerable property left by my father. I had a Good practice a pleasant Home and could offer her the pure love of a Young heart so i was not without Hope especially As i could see the flush deepen on her Cheek and a glad Light Spring into her eyes whenever i was annoy med. She wore mourning and i often longed to question her about the loss it implied but our private interviews were very Brief and but Seldom occurred and she never spoke of her sorrow. I too had Story to Tell. Of course if she was to become my wife she must hear about Trot it was the Day before Christmas and the Snow was smooth and hard round Hopedale so i ventured to propose a Sleigh ride meaning to open my heart to her As we drove. Somehow there fell a Long silence Between us i longing but not daring to speak my eyes fixed upon that Lovely face framed in its pretty fur bound Hood the eyes looking Down the Sweet Mouth set with a sadder expression than i had Ever seen it Wear. Suddenly she spoke Quot i expect my parents Brothers and Sisters Here Quot for Christmas Gay ties Quot i questioned. Quot no to escape them. They Are coming Here to pass the Day quietly far away from any festivity. It is a sad Day for us. Doctor do you believe in a broken heart Quot Quot yes i know they Quot and Are fatal Quot Quot sometimes i have seen heavy sorrow Drain away life Quot Quot my poor sister Quot she said sadly her eyes filling with tears Quot i fear her heart is broken Quot and after a pause she said Quot a year ago a year ago poor Little Trot Quot Quot Trot Quot i cried breathlessly. Quot my sister s Only child who died on Christmas Day last Quot died Quot i said my Hopes sinking. Quot Burnt to death Quot she said Quot we had a Christmas tree for the children in the Nursery. My sister had been a widow Only three months so we had no Holiday gathering but we dressed a tree for the Little ones and lighted it on Christmas eve. The next morning they the children i mean were All in the Nursery and i suppose one of them tried to Light the tree. Certain it is they set the room on fire and before we could save anything the whole House was in flames. All escaped save my sister s child her Only one he perished in the Quot Are you certain Quot Quot where else could he be ? my two Little Brothers and Sisters were saved with of idly Imd the roof fell in while we were All Ari Mically searching and calling for Arthur or As we always called him Trot my sister s health gave Way entirely under this blow. She had concentrated All the strength of her love non this child after her husband died and the loss prostrated her utterly. We took her to Europe we have had the it advice for heir but she is slowly dying of a broken is from no Imper Thiento Furiosi Quot i said Quot that i question you. Will upon Murwar a inquiries of Daisy and he called me aunt Daisy Quot Quot and your Sisters no Mes Are Mary and sue and your brother Walter an it yes yes Quot she said turning very Pale. Trot s nurse Ellen did she go to Australia Quot yes a year ago last fall. Your face is audient to speak quickly or lost boy Quot we Fdl my door her face was Ashy White Imp potion and she let me Ead her from Thoj Giny of fisc. I made her sit do a by Giusi to explain when Quot Uncle Charley me f Uncle Charley Quot rang out from i it of voice and Trot burst into the Roo i Lillian Rose to her feet with a wild i % of Quot Trot Arthur for a monent he stood bewildered then a sudden Rush of memory came Over the childish heart Aid he sprang into her arms. Aunt Daisy where s Mamma a want Mamma Quick Quick Uncle Charley aunt Daisy take me to Mam Quot for nearly three hours we sat in the Little office before Lillian could tear herself away from the child but at last she let him take her to the Sleigh consoling Trot by a Promise that to Morrow he should see his Mother. I left the disclosure to her womanly tact. But on the Morrow when i drove Over with the child dressed in his Black velvet suit altered to fit him by mrs. Waton s trembling fingers and moistened i am sure by Many tears i found All prepared for the great Joy. Such a Christmas never dawned for me. To Tell of the gratitude of the Pale widow the Joy of the grandparents the boisterous greetings Between the children is beyond the Powers of my pen. Of course the precise time and manner of Arthur s escape from the House we could Only conjecture. The nurse was in the Kitchen nearly an hour when the alarm of fire was Given and the flames had gained great headway before they were discovered the family sitting room being on a different floor and some distance from the Nursery. Of course the fearless boy had left the House before the attempt to Light the tree was made but the others absorbed in Christmas delights did not miss him. The distance from the House to the station was very Short and Ellen had gone to new York from the Little Village near which or. Graham s House was situated. The departure for Europe and the certainty All Felt of his Fate had prevented any search being made for the boy and we presume the railway officials supposed he belonged to some party on the train it was a glad Day for All for if i lost my Little treasure i won from Lillian the right to be called in Good truth Trot s Uncle Charley. New skirt for 1865-6. The great invention of the age in in cooed . Jew. Bradley s new Patent due plex Elliptic or double Spring skirt. This invention consists of dip Lex or two a lip tic pure refined steel Springs ingeniously braided tightly and firmly together Edge to Quot Edge making the toughest most flexible elastic and durable Spring Ever used. They Seldom Bend or break like the single Springs and consequently preserve their perfect and Beautiful shape More than twice As Long As any single Spring skirt that Ever has or can be made. The wonder Fol and great Comfort and pleasure to any lady wearing the duplex Elliptic skirt will be experienced particularly in All crowded assemblies of it Peras car pews Arm chairs for promenade or House dress As the skirt can be folded when in use to occupy a Small place a efl8ily and conveniently As a silk or Muslin dress. A lady having enjoyed the pleasure Comfort and great convenience of wearing the Quot duplex Elliptic steel Spring skirt Quot for a single Day will never afterwards willingly dispense with their use. For children misses and Young ladies they Are Superior to All others. The hoops Are covered with 3 ply double twisted thread and will Wear twice As Long As the single yarn covering which is used on All single steel hoop skirts. The three Bottom rods on every skirt Are also double steel and twice or double covered to prevent the covering from wearing off the rods when dragging Down stairs Stone Steps ac., ac., which they stantly subject to when in use. All Are made of the new and elegant ended tapes and Are the Best Quality in every part giving the wearer the most Graceful and or feet shape possible and Are tha lightest most desirable comfortable end economical skirts Ever made. Wests Bradley k Gary proprietors of the invention and sole manufacturers no. 97 chamber and 7� and 81 Reimier streets new York. For Sale in All first claw stores in this City and throughout the United states and Canada Havana de Cuba Mexico South ame Rita and the West indies. In it Tirb for the dust sex Elliptic or double Spring skirt. Cot. 6,180s.-Msao. Howard association a. Dis basis of to us Minry and Bex Aal Sya Teiml new. And reliable treatment the Brid Aii chamber an a adj of a Straing and Lua Traejion sent in sealed Entz Omi few of Barge. A Dedreu or. J. re Wjt ton Howard Assoc Iatrou no. S so at Nam Street Philadel phia a. Maps sol. Sex Malazi. 3bcoiimo, Toppila a Nob Siml Indianapolis. In Dwairi Quot Mott. A vim of a qut a a / m i

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