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Democratic Expounder (Newspaper) - June 27, 1851, Marshall, Michigan
Holb Calhoun june car sniff fit Mem Ai in the expounded Corner of ind depot at no Dollar a the truest of Mornini West let wow of Fourst Ehold j j has on vim of Tow deep Tell Lett i Ltd and i litre Talfy fountains the ruined a Lite with the Foj Ming throb of the oceans d milling the weary world to a Janof the Midnight deeply the i with solemn no like the troubled of an Lent things that life in in Okamot Innes 1 Forest wave of the Ocean no for deep and Strong no i the Lue of eternal pro ifs realign but its Hbl test part heard in the of the human Oice of Oit ringing still i trough the Dpi rats Shade like a hidden Rill Archance but lonely Stream of i Sweet with the breath of our brighter years forever to wandering wave on trough the withered roses 61 the summer gone i lice of the dead returns at it a Bird from the her unravelled Liik tent in the wintry hours of my hear i in the p nine of the tempests str it i Bre Alvinq still of those brighter skies it Sline where our land of Promise lies i Mil in tin love of Long i Hirts who hive Laid their treasures Low i Juhe Walup nor la Van Lovo May ii fris Palcu unit Voltes Gran coldly Strancz i in Ilie grave True to our Early it Llie Jolil ii Lump string cannot rust Tum an evening or two we lingered moment in the Post As old and male and the merchant Nis and the Mechanic from in presented themselves at i lie magi no window through of Ticoli so Many no Many so Many have pen out by the Busy a Hope ice n dime who Trout Del buy me it such a rate and How much Harare or there is in a theres your inflated Brown us ice scribed in a Groat round dashing Ritli a sen glowing like he shield of i Jurva who can mistake it f and there is your delicate Little fragrant who wrote it any body can ill Well As we stood in came a Young and passed along with lie none we As the Worum George Dawson of the Albany evening journal writes from Liverpool to toning to quite an amusing scene occurred at the California Exchange on saturday this effect in the course of which a gentle after a tedious delay of two Man performed some Moat we had the satisfaction to see our bag remarkable feats of he it Gage in the Queens the been bucking at arid hav Senger list was then handed to the ing been pretty Well cleaned at last who promptly began to Call the As pledged his watch and Chain a name was the person rep of course he and left the table with resenting it passed into the unlocked his trunks and handed them Over to the inspection of the nearly every trunk contained tobacco in some and one or More reprints of English the latter were unceremoniously thrown aside to they Are not allowed to pass at any there were not less than two Hundred out a presently he returned and stated to the Winner that be could get for his watch from a gentleman at the other end of the and asked to be Al Lowed to sell promising to pay from the proceeds the sum for which it was pledge the was surrendered Iff him for the purpose when he walked off with after s volumes of this the Tobac applied to him on either the watch or the co in whatever form was placed Oma both of which heme lined giving if it weighed Over half a whereupon a party of Active Young men it was subjected to a duty of nine shillings went and borrowed a Large Strong Blan Sterling per All old stagers and seizing the offender carried him seemed to understand none of them had than the allowed Quantity in their if any of them were the fortunate possessors of it was stowed away in their coat my cigars weighed a Pound Ana a upon which i had the pleasure of paying a du1 kicking and Yelling at the pitch of his to of fifteen shillings Sterling i i shall relish them one of our fellow anxious to get through a Pound of favorite Fine distributed it in Small parcels in his coat those in his tight bodied overcoat which he buttoned projected Moro than was and attracted the attention of the Eagle eyed attaches of the custom the a gentle tap on the shoulder and the following Dia logo j you any tobacco about your person i sir you please let to see it handing out one of the you any More about your person handing out a second i is a and i jul have subjected yourself to a line i will not report handing Back you want to smuggle Fine Cut dont put it in the pock ets of a tight bodied of you dont Bullon the j outside into the and placed him in the then a dozen Strong hands taking they commented shaking the dust out of in the course of which the gentleman performed some extraordinary gyrations in the away to would Fly but it was no use As soon As he would alight once his tormentors would give the Blanket another tremendous and to would seek the skies once thus he continued to like a Pancake dexterously or a Popcorn from a when All parties wore thoroughly the unfortunate sufferer All panting and was allowed to go upon his swear the the Tribune publishes the Fol lowing statement of in re Gard to the fish a Sid the deposition of a Atnorman taken at i by a connection of the Fox their brother married my Hus from the free the conspiracy conspiracy peo ple of the slate of pc Sui Able it bands this girls have been a june Knickerbocker at Albion have lived there 14 or 15 months lived at Jackson 4 years provi t in conversation with about Dereda me suspect that they were resolved to satisfy myself in Way and some time afterwards i made a prop to pro was visiting the girls at conversation it to a m sect that the were f in his neighbourhood after Brooks was the conversation occurred on the Steps of the american at Jack a cons conversation was inn smally in from who was about depredations that had just been we became warm in in visiting me from who was going to consult the and i told Caj line that if they intended to go to do con and Fitch said was would be i great thing for them to had been fld convince him 1 also told that if i could do any thing to help i would do it 1 should probably be Able to answer All the questions he would and i would do it if she would show me How to make the she said As Margareta was she wanted somebody to help and that if i would suit at Law he said he could not get his rights that Way that every Man had his and the judges of the court can to bought As Well As any a paper was handed which he recognised As one to found where Tho Gazelle was thrown i found it become a medium she would explain it i after they had go her up All to she said that when my cons b Woods one end of was in consulted the i must sit next to i found it m the and touch her Arm when the right Lonzo Holmes letter was 1 did and was Asle or Soward w the by to answer nearly All the questions Correct lha i jointly indicted with the other on and is a party 10 a Little Lens than a year ago think it was on sunday Van Valcris was with he had a bar of swinging went up to the place where a waa swinging the and saw some of the aved acs had bce4i driven freshly done saw bruises on the wedges examined them to see Fie carried the bar with him past Juno to race i reside Al Marshall have resided there for the last Winter Arn a Carpenter and went to Michigan Centre on the 6th of left there in worked Ali Ira principally for at Black i worked in if34ft arid haying and know the o d John 3 and heard Freeland in 1849 speak of a project for blowing up the Road the conversation occurred opposite Fil on the Railroad Fitch was present he had thought of a Good plan to blow up the by placing a Keg of powder under the with a train leading to the joint of the t and then to raise the Mil and put Percus Sion Caps under so that they would1 go off when the train run by the rail striking the Caps said thai in would blow ing never to fal Savages go la into the hands of such Sanfran Risco bettor snuff i Thau so say there it no use in rubbing after i had helped her in this Way a few she revealed to me the t he raps wore produced with the All the toes Are after nearly a weeks with Catharine showing me l could produce them perfectly at first it was very hard work to do Catharine told to to warm my or put them in warm and it and blubbering All the would then be easier work to rap she ills that flesh is her 1 he bos1 Way is t 8qij that she some times had to warm her to stand up to the and take the Good things and the evil As they come without always cheering your self with the philanthropic better Luck is Dame Fortune As shy As a weasel feet three or four times in the course of an i found that heating my feet did enabler me to rap a great Deal i have sometimes produced 160 raps 1 can rap with All the toes on both feet it is Tito St difficult to ran with Tell her to go1 to and laugh in the great Toel her the happiest fellow we Ever i Catharine toll to How to manage to worked slept upon a answer Tho questions she said it was be nor a rally easy enough to answer right if the and haunt a shilling in his even a coat upon his you find disappointment lurking in one asked the questions called the she said Tho reason Why they i had several volumes of american suing Many a prize then throw it and Aslica people to write Down several names laugh at your own Folly for so Long Pur on papyri and then Point to them til the clerk looked up from his rapid a copy of and one of Buie does Famo Luda your grasp 1 then she half w0rs translation of the latter laugh at Tho fools that Are so often her voice she turned slow a vat we caught a glimpse of and if Ever Hope deterred was Pic Rcd in a human it was it was More than disappointment j Little Les than she Vas May be be Wenty she was but Al least she was Lobo the thought of her lean sprung up to her and what to rethinking of 1 was involuntarily itt Rcd As she passed and tier per Ion like her was lost in the Ahad could h hive Haard those no u1 quickly thai Idle pen of his live traced a would have been a very Gosp 1 to that heart of the sex he looked Over i his printed list five minutes to ascertain whether it was among the hut it Ditl not appear to have been copy and he permitted it to go on the scale with the they All weighed eight upon which i paid a duty of Lourence Halfpenny per 1 was entrusted with the bound volumes of the several newspapers in the for the they were carefully in a Large i gave ils con and supposed thai they would be permitted to go through Box was broken and Tho volumes placed on the Scales and the spirit rapped Al the right was to give them a Chance to watch the countenance laugh Al Tho fools that Are so often her Anci motions of the and that in Shes of no and j that Way they could nearly always guess never buttered a piece of or she also explained How they held wished a Man a suit of Down and moved Culver is your heart broken some Maiden gave us some illustrations of the fair then thank your stars thai she told me thai All i should have to do escaped with your and make the j to Ina Kelihe raps heard on the Welkin ring with a Hearty in Les be to Puj my foot against Tho of Sens the w ight of ones Hearl the table when 1 and that when i take our All Circum wished to make the raps sound Distant on laugh Dull care Doni the 1 Musl make them and to in a hurry to gel Oul of the world its i direct my own eyes earnestly to the spol j a very Good considering Tho Cream where 1 wished them to be she turns who inhabit and is about As full of fun As it can you never saw a Man Cut his Throat with a Broad Grin on his face it is a grand preventive of Sui per they theres and Good shows a Clear etude for the duty assessed Al 4d weighed with the various Public Docu news a there Subj tents which accompanied some i ring in that you and we know 150 or 2jo this brought the duty things of and elevates us above the strutted to rap whenever she heard their sense in laughing it conscience and a sincere milling have you seen sunlight playing Over Graves so Aro they hide a that like a Tomb is full of of withered cherished dust and Usu Utill the sea is the largest of All and us slumber Urs sleep without Monu All other in All other show some Symbol of distinction but Ween the great and the the Rich und the poor but in that Ocean cemetery the King and the the Prince and i lie Are alike up and i protested against at first the examiner saw no remedy but upon appealing to a he consented to permit them to pass on a value lion of some Twenty this was More and i paid the if other articles intended for the exhibit lion have paid As High a the revenues of the kingdom will show a handsome figure the present what appeared the most unkind and unreasonable was the duty exacted upon none of the passengers had More than Throe or and yet each had to pay a duty of from Twenty five to seventy five i noticed thai brute Hie Saine Waves Roll Over same none of the Young bachelors had any do Ture of a Young How it said laying his hand very expressively upon his i never requiem by the minstrelsy of the Ocean to to pay upon these i inquired Sung their Over their Rei of one of them whom i knew had a Pic Mains the same storm and Arne Sun shines and the weak and the the plumed and the will sleep on until awakened by the same when the sea will give up its 1 thought of wiling Over the slumbering but devoted who after his Brief but Brilliant perished in Tho president Over the laughter roving who went Down in the same ill fated vessel we May kure in that cemetery sleeps the accomplished and pious Fisher j but where he and others of the Noble spirits Earth no one but god we do not wonder that leaves and and have Ever been the Materiel whereof poets have manufactured comparisons and one of the most Beautiful we Ever re member to have was by Chee that said full leaved and swelling up into the summer air not a breath is and yet How it Waves and rocks in the los shadows arc Flung lavishly around in Birds sit and sing in its and children seek Refuge beneath human affections Are the the foliage of air catch every and in the Burden and Hoal of the they make music and motion in a sultry stripped of that How a sightly is human like that same tree it with Bare and shivering although not the Van co accomplice May become a Wilness when not on the court thought Iho evidence admin the letter found in the Culvert was inn dec to 1 have Scon Willard Cham i in and i should think this letter is his hand writing i have writing of Champlin in my Cross examined by is to in his writing notice where lie puts his pen on the thinks this one agrees with used to conic to my House and write lie was going to n writing school last Winter 1 Lingo seen him write two or three witness hero Drew from his pocket a let Ter in the same signed the letter found by Taylor was read to the jury As follows Michigan Centro Aust 19th or Prico sir i want you to boat the mild stake this Side of Leon Ion monday half past 9 we in tend to run the cars off he track Somr Shoars about thar be sure and be Olvear Al the Ivy order of Tho committee the address on lilo Back the Price boys Nehemiah at Tho Village of have resided there for the last 5 years know Abel Fitch and Ami Filley recollect the Burn ing of a Culver near Michigan b or 10 rods East of in i had been South of and stopped to water my 1 wont into and Fitch came in soon after 1 Hud sat Down for a few Fil Loy came in and said the Culyer was on and you had better pulk out Filley voices calling the Catharine also was not present 1 said lets to showed to How they made the sounds of out and see to won out think j itch sawing and planing the whole did not go quite 1 found a lot of old trick was explained to when i was dry Timber m Tho Bollom burning at Rochester told the sides of the Culvert were burning me that when people insisted on seeing Iho Timber was pot part of the Culvert but her feet and she could produce a few had been thrown in there i spoke raps with her feet and Street to a grocery formerly Katby when Bill Corwin called Nim in Matt treated dim they whimpered and talked to gether1 for some that 1 could it beat them coming out Farnam Hung on until we went up to dont but w8 stopped it Morrison a by the Way he called me one and so id f want to Tell you bet am afraid to t Are goo sort of fellow1 the old fellow was pretty Well Ira icon said the then halted a Little arid ram hell arid the Railroad will be nil blown up in loss than a did Chtay about to do it with think it Lime now to arrant this it a cont fraction quent to the burning of the and Laletta design to blow up the Railroad 10 it connected with what was proven by and we will in pc it re Evanl by that far Nam had the tooth before the Depoi mtg might prove to a proper but hat ought to bal Given family and we dislike to keep him the court u discretion to direct Hie order of Testi the a not yet settled whether subsequent can be Given in evidence that a to be argued and decided if it should be decided Tor be improper to re filch asked Xijiu if it was Nof chive the defendants might plan Freeland said Vos Fitch be by receiving this now Ranuld Jack i like have you True to r Iceland never 1 the there a con i stick to you As Long As there is one piracy Jeg Troy the Railroad of us Fitch him if anything bi0n afterwards would be a fact re was going to be and ire nev1 fleeting Backen the transactions or you will hear it Uejo an in the Possession of Foro Loni previous to my working for j deem the testimony presented competent in heard him talk about the i showing the Possession of Railroad recollect getting a pistol from to effect of the i i i i up Tracy of de in Danes Agi Tirrit the Railroad him with minor Laycock and i k i ii would but we h sometime n i had connect it with Iho of Cnoc charged Hen out in Llie Road in Tho came into Tho and there saw can test it Fitch he handed me a pistol suppose Furnum had Blower up i a Laycock and Joshua Wells were Railroad in would the overt act be re and each had a horse or Dragoon pistol Cei cd to prove a conspiracy existing in a i was handed a Rifle which Miner two Litas in the burning of the Laycock said to borrowed of Moul ton Fitch wanted us to near a Marsh East of the Centre to a pile or Point of that run Down to the shoot at the Engineer after we took the he said so and when we were going i asked Fitch if the pistol was and he said All l ree were loaded Wilh Ball we but gut there Loo late cars had passed we went went up stairs and Laid the pistols on Tho stand the next said never you can use them any other they Are hero any Lime you Avul dont know Sherman Havo heard them 1 speak of him heard the Barritt Anil others speak of him think it november Fitch said theres one of Tho Railroad spies depot the court it was agreed to take he testimony it Bene subject la Tjon by Tho witness said he had the tools to do All gone to hell in a minute tha old fellow Wai pretty Well corned and leaned against me when he said and j had hard work to get away from Side Ai know Fitch Heartl a venation at Jackson Between him and Ben Nett last the taller part of the summer f heard filch make in estimate of the cattle that bad been and the Colt of each think he said about 40 had been kill Vej he said that it Imd Cost the Over for Bennett told of Ipoh he had bet Ter toll the Boyi hey had gone far enough a few words from or a Little would Stop it Fitch sold he had told to life Boyi to gel Payfor Ihler cattle if they could to and and if not they must Lay hair plans so said if the com or damage they had icy would have god Al might on and would the next was occupied said if 1 could put my foot against the Bot Tom of Tho Tho raps would to heard on the lop of Iho Catharino told me that when the committee held their Ankles in the dutch servant girl rapped with her under the from the the girl was in thai they have such men they Burn the company own not to get caught i it be Sai conversation was in Filley v would pay Lor the cattle bar pitch said to Corwin a doth 1 should think you would re fember him Sherman in your prayers if you dont go to bed until Fate 1 should entirely in the argument of counsel As to if he had been in company with me and admissibility of certain no turned traitor if he had turned traitor to a Nesses were me should id to Rutger try Akinje u Joseph by Van a Marshall have lived at Michigan Centre know Abel Fitch know where he lives heard a Conversa Tion Between Burritt Woliver near Liis House in auguslus year i was nearer the Corner of fillers than to filch 1 heard Barritt say to Wolizer the cars Woli Wylte Wash id the scientific american says As the Lime is now at hand for whitewashing on a Large we will give a recipe which is the Best known for take a half a Bushel of uns lacked Slack it with boiling water and keep it covered during the slacking train the u w let h r and add were stoned last night save Woli it i in warm been thrown there i spoke to Guvo them hell myself Woliver told add used Listii said to had belter get some he Stone into the cars War of v Elizabeth fish daughter Puja to put u would it or a Pound i who now lives Wilh her was the i glut be and it might do some m it Hearil Fitch once say if he had first one who produced these she also said it might set some Wood were going i in tent la first one who produced these she Aiso Sai acc legally discovered the Way to make was Ritch real cd 41 around there near them by playing with her toes against v footboard while in Catherine told me that the reason Why Elizabeth went sailed As usual when he said away West to live Wilh her was pleasant to 1 he was went Back to Barrill that he threw a Stone into the cars when Paslo and i half Pound of dissolved add Gallons of water to this and it is Best to put it on but in that Case use Only old or make allowance for the spoiling of has been found that our dry winds site As it More of the Whitewash he would advise them to take the i replied you will have o go out of grass Lake know Ami Filley re s town to get help to put it lie when was burned heard him shortly after talking to Morrison say Morrison have you heard the news he in u v col to w y because she was Loo Congo inelious to be fillers and look my and what is it Filley said the depot come a the whole secret was revealed to Wilh the understanding went to and Al once told tip uld aug the Culvert was on and he had carry thai Daguerreotype in my tossing despairing to of whom Elvis picture life and warmth be s the had in Iron Horn for tha mine trolus n was the counterfeit presentment a very Long letter sent to her by the had first Marble rises to Point out where their ashes Are or where the Lover of the Good and Wise can go and shod a Law of who pan Tell where lie the tens of thousands of Africa sons who perished in the Middle passage f yet that cemetery hath ornaments of be never can 1 forget my Days and As i passed Over the noblest of cemeteries single human Mon of a Well known contributor to and Lovari Ous is a Man about fifty years of and in person is remark ably Square and Ilia face is Dogfish a Kentucky editor advertises As Fol wanted at this a Bull by color except pumpkin and of of snub cropped continuation and can come when called with t beef and bites the Man who juice on thai stove and steals advert Iaea thata Heehs or in a neigh apply for a to awry the Goose lore an Iron Harp for the minstrelsy of the wildest winds 1 in v Tho there is a reason in even the twist fictions of a Barbers some of our readers May feel curious to know its Many years ago the Barber United a variety of pursuits in one cupping and bleed when Medicine and surgery the dignity Ofa separate proves the Barber lost the greater part of i Sharp and and his Eye is of a j i Glne last of waste most prom greyish he is probably one of the ment a j most caustic writers of the and with j keen sensibility he often writes under the t Artoy wound about with red ban impulse of the articles which his represent the preparation of blood cooler judgment although a irl believer in his habits do not conform to the internal application of Adams he Caudle lectures have been read by every 01 in Conversa Tion he is a Uuk at always re he is a husband and Macaulay u Short in and with a growing tendency to Aldermani Dis his head has the same to tuna Ity a his and seems stuck on it As firmly As a this is nearly the sum of his personal defects All except the voice which is monotonous and very is certainly in his his face seems literally instinct with expression the above full of deep thought and As he or rather struggles along the Street seems As if in a state of total in mindful of All thai a going on around and solely occupied with his Orr working you Annot help think a Mere but it has Al Tise Wau Abd toys Viator goal pro acis or analytical Otu Oiw t from begin Ting to were a part of Hia daily he station or q v 11 i r i that i should practice As a medium when better lend to j recoiled hearing of lilo the girls were Catharine said that Depol being burned in plus City soon of whenever i practice 1 had Beller have Ler it Ami m i l n my Little girl at the Lable with tit Detroit is burned up Morrison Hud a Bill of goods there Fil snakes no you Are and me in Mun Dye grocery store at Jackson 1 was i hero when he came in speaking of the de make folks believe that she was the for she said they would so Young a child of any trick had obtained the whole i plainly Lold Catharine thai my Only object was to find Oul How these were and that 1 should never go any farther in this imposition she was very much frighten said that she believed that 1 meant not very often have seen him on the rail d not suspect being he Uiato Given of alter 1 credit for ibis time he 1 think cro3jt Don 1 shall get my pay Oul of them after while for the this is As near As i can Amos Van Farnum Sec Linin at to Tell of it and expose them and if i did she would swear it was a she was so nervous and excited that 1 had to Bleep with her that strutting me How to when she was in be a she told me How frightened they used to get in York for fear somebody would detect and gave the whole history of All the tricks they played upon the peo it was a Nobman we hereby certify that Culver is one of the most respectable and intelligent ladies in the town of his patronage in that was at last driven to confine his Genius his razor and succeeding generations of Barbers ban the wooden because it had lost she made the disclosures its but retained Tho ban1 in the above paper we had or for the Sake of ornament head the 8ame from her and Bors Road truck at that town saw him about a year ago near Alcoa Mills about a Milu and a half from mar shall in was on Sun Day think had a bar of Iron in his and seemed to be wrapping on the Knox was with me we Well and saw what he had done he had i locked out the wedges that held should think the result of knocking out the wedges would lie to throw the oars found 7 or 8 knocked out wedges were knocked out Only Cross examined by know we a i hence our present bar Bear testimony that there can not be the slightest doubt of the truth of the most remarkable instance on re the whole statement m in confederates of toe Fox e of the Power of is one relay have in my Possession other deposited of we own a strolling player of tons from persons residing in England who wagered a Crown bowl of who have Ngan punch that he Josd repeat the contents of girls in the rapping in due one number of the daily a pastime and form Wilt be made the with advertisements from reign of there impostors is nearly at an the Morningto and to few Sitf Forf want of connection the Means of t variety of Adver lation to their real i i general chaos which is repeated and scorn of those whose j May what was doing at Marshall aug sure he had a bar of Iron in his hand when 1 saw him to was walking toward Marshall think saw us did not continue to Knock on the track after dont know that i Ever saw wedges out Knox by George was with by was about 5 in the per hits 1 know this defendant Farnam lobe the same Man saw him the next Day at Burgess by a juror he was not walking very fast when he knocking think he sometimes rapped More than pipe before Don t know whether lie carried Ley As Well Able to lose them As any body he then said dont know but Lay that to me ill lot them know i can Burn it As Woll As if i was in Detroit he spoke Home and giving the company recoiled for what amount Al Michigan in Llie Road Between Fille Sand saw Filley and to liver filly said the 1 am going to throw them off the track Woliver said you ought not to end Nugie lilo lives of innocent persons Filley to tied to didst care a they had Boon warned from one end of the line to thu Peirick know Williams recollect of his sneaking of Holmes Baing hurl in was what did say in regard to it f so Ward 1 r Van Arman sealed object of the and the Couri decided that the answer should be Williams said to had Laid out one Railroad Holmes or very near it that he wished to god tie had killed him that he would kill a Railroad spy As Quick As he would a after spine conversation he said he would tear tip the track from Michigan Centre to what he would make the company pay for the cattle they had killed have Beard him a Pys heard we Liams speak of Spaulding after a Law suit at Loon he Saidt be would the bar off with the wedges were knocked out i Iti Ito Snail like Spaulding time soon after the oars had run off made the remark that we gave the oars hell the other night it was soon after some Acci than do the Salt is to obviate this for whitewashing the0 Interior of do not use any a u sorbs and to the above Lime add about two pounds of Spanish it makes the White More Clear looking if Little indigo is squeezed through a cloth amongst amongst the Spanish Brown or ochre May be stirred to make a coloured Lime the sulphate of Iron Copperas makes a Buff color the sul whale of vitriol a blueish the latest list we have seen is a half Peck of Sandy a nipple from the bosom of the a married Rake used by an old Farmer m haying a delightful tune Lizard by an ear of Corn when Sung by a quire of together with the Cap which belonged to the fool i a lock of curled hair from the head of the City a old lady who Baa attained the age of Twenty four or without Jav ing married a a or a Audau old Bachelor it one who u waking for the invention of a Ota scheme Hull enaire As Many prices at Aii Baa than he goes in you cant Josaya a lady writing to an Bow much Good the deaths and marriages do if you Kattaw mum much i love deaths and would have them in every elopement and murders but the Oommen Dealta Are most there is Caln River Dent had a and he was speaking of it think the oars Sido at Eaton lived before that at Jao too know or i had property to Farnam was in at
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