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Indianapolis Indiana Journal (Newspaper) - October 6, 1830, Indianapolis, Indiana A i a in the chamber of deputies 219 voted for the measure and 89 in the Peers a total Only 308. Another still More important remark i that the chamber of Peers can Only vote recall a when it is composed of one third Phis one of its members 132 were therefore necessary and Liere were but 114 Quot glory and Honor says the Gazette de France to messes. De Conney Hyde de Neuville a Perryer de Mark Joac Arthur de la Bourdon Naie de Lez ardiere de chateaubriand and All their colleagues of the right who acted with them and did not fear to invoke that sacred the Sanctity of an oath tie Law of eternal Justice and to protest against the destruction of the ancient social edifice. They have proved that generous sentiments the love of True and Devotion to the Public Good Are not vain words that there Are yet in our country masculine Virtues which can save weli\e3day. , 18j0. The late term of lha Marion circuit court was concluded on saturday last having occupied bit one half of the time allowed by Law. During the term two col tired persons were indicted tried and convicted for larceny. One was a Man and the Osiier a boy of eleven or twelve years of age. Against the former there were two indictments to both of which he pleaded guilty and the court sentenced him Vincennes ga2ette. The first no. Of a new paper bearing the a Bove title has been received at this office. It is edited Liy Samuel Hill late Post master at Vincennes who has undergone the Quot reforming Quot operation of the present administration. The mention of that fact will Ait Ord a sufficient indication of the politics of the Gazette. The first number however is very mild and gives evidence of a considerable degree of taste and ability. We believe judging from the specimen before us that the Gazette will deserve and we Hope therefore it will receive a Liberal share of patronage. The anti masonic convention lately assembled at Philadelphia has adjourned sine die. No candidates for president and vice president were nominated. Prior to adjournment however the following Resolution was adopted b Quot which it appears that another convention is to be held in Baltimore for this purpose. A resolved that it is recommended to the people of the United states opposed to secret societies to meet in convention on monday the to wont sixth Day of september 1831, at the City of Baltimore by delegates equal in number to their representatives in both houses of Congress to make nominations of suitable candidates for the office of president and vice preset Lent to be supported at the next election and for the transaction of such other business As the cause of anti masonry May extract of a letter to the editors dated Logansport oct. 2, 1030. Quot the interest manifested by those who Are exploring the country is astonishing. It is impossible to say How Many Are examining the country with a View of purchasing. The Woods Are full and the lines of the sections Are beaten into paths. The purchasers almost to a Man Are the Quot honest yeomanry Quot a the Bone and sinew of the country. The Pottawatomie payment commenced this a on the tip Peca about 28 Miles from Thi. Rioe about 28 Miles irom this place. At this to four year s confinement m the Penitentiary. Payment about 1700 indians received about the boy was indicted for burglary and farce 800 dollars. The miamis will be paid about no Quot and pleaded not guilty. He was found the first of november. Of these there Are a guilty and convicted of larceny for which he was sentenced to one year s confinement in the will think that such rude reproof has fastened itself upon their own selves we regard or. Wirt s letter to gov. Gilmer Sacii As any private gentleman would have regarded As not Only respectful but courteous. What there is in the Constitution of a governor to resent what a private men Zeman would applaud we know not and we shall be surprised indeed if the governor always reflects on this proceeding with complacency. These papers shall be followed by or. Wirt s Quot statement of the Case Quot and Quot opinion Quot and verse to the claims of Georgia and also the Quot opinion Quot of judge Clayton of Geo. Ardently in favor of these claims. The whole question is one of profound interest. Its very nature should forbid a passionate discuss Oti of it. The Law must be determined according to the provisions and principles of the Constitution and neither party can establish these provisions and principles. A nullifying Power is inadmissible unless exerted in d constitutional Way. A majority May err has erred but who shall decide in that Case shall the sword be unsheathed or reason be allowed a Dominion Quot Angels in the form of men Quot have not taken up their abode with us to guide us and until they Quot do the voice of the people must be accepted As the Quot voice of we have no other Standard of political truth than the Public judgment which though it May be wrong involves in it the necessity of submission. The Union can exist Only upon such terms. If there be a ngut in a state to nullify the acts of the United states each county of a state has the same right As to the acts of its oven state. Quot chaos must come again Quot and this fair Republic the Hope of All men who love Liberty Quot become what Poland was the prey of contending chiefs among whom the sharpest Sabre was the Best interpreter of the Law and indeed the Only one. I Georgia cannot claim any thing that she i will not yield to Delaware or either what must not be granted to any other state in the Union and with Twenty four differing constructions of the Constitution and the Law it is utterly impossible that any other medium than through the bout 1100, who receive 25,000 dollars. Quot Viany of the indians have voluntarily resented themselves to the agent for the purpose Teui Tenoiar the principal ground relied j of being removed Wes Wardly. Seventy or r j i u upon in the defence of this boy was his want of miamis Are now waiting to Start. The. Shed dog of blood can be devised by a a. I., i Sov Crement however does not make and thine a vetch to appear or put Down parties apace a in consequence of is age to under ill considered a part of and generals As in Colombia and Mexico stand the criminality of the acts with which he i the nation and As such will still be allowed of judges will make and execute was Char cd. The jury however were of Opin annuities. They do not pretend to Dis j a j Ion that he had sufficient discretion to know their lands a it arc that he was violating the Laws of the countr -. Quot travelling the president of the United states after an extract of a letter to the editors dated Covington oct. 1,1830. 1it Quot the trial of John Richardson for the Mur absence of several months has again returned i Der of his wife came on before the circuit to Washington. During the same period court on the 29th ult., and after an i Vestiga taking advantage probably of the example set which lasted about 13 hours the jury re Liv fac r a Vijo i i r j x tired and in about two hours brought in a ver by their chief of the healt is of depart guilty. Yesterday at about one o ment have been absent from their posts re _ Dock the judge proceeded to pronounce the ceiling and returning congratulations in Ivory j sentence of the Law on the prisoner who stood Section almost of he Union. The to resident s i apparently unmoved. To is to be Hung on u 41 Ritj i i the 12th of november. The murder was not to the Quot Hermitage has been of a to died and the principal ground upon which fold character to pave the Way if possible he relied of getting Clear was that of insanity for the removal of the Southern indians and prisoner was ably defended by messes. Quot t7______ji to realize again the consolations of sincere Friendship and of Home. And so far As we Are informed the Public business has not suffered therefrom. We have Ofteli seen their absence remarked upon but Seldom in a manner offensive to the individuals or such As was calculated to excite distrust More than suitable retort rendered necessary. Mark the contrast. Scarcely had a member of or. Adams s administration left his Post a it mattered but Little under what circumstances than a Mot hideous clamor was immediately raised against him by editors who have since claimed and received their Reward. But now when the outs have become the ins Blake Farrington and from Niles Register. Or. Wirt and gov. publish certain letters Between messes Wirt and Gilmer relative to the Quot Cherokee Case Quot a bout to be brought before the supreme court of the United states and to which even the Quot Sovereign slate Quot of Georgia though it May refuse to plead will be expected to submit As Virginia Maryland and other states have done. Without some High and common arbiter for the settlement of disputes of this character the Union is not Worth one cent and or. Cooper has our approbation to put it Down at a a Penny English without going into any calculation of its value. We judge not the cases that belongs to others who will deter-1 Moyie it faithfully and car Lessli. The Tymn i if re re a to fill to Teirra that which before was regarded As wrong Bot ii in principle and practice is entirely right. So much for the consistency of ambitions men. If the country is often to be convulsed by such kind of Effort then indeed May there be great 1 Ders of Georgia will not be regarded by that lofty tribunal More than the mailings of the poorest and most miserable of the cherokees. The Law. The people Are not Ripe for such a state of things and until they Are the authority of the supreme court will be supported. Quot the Henry this is the title of a new weekly paper just commenced at Woodstock Vermont. We regret its name As an evidence of bad taste and also As tending to Forward the Progress of certain dispositions to which As old republicans we always have been and Ever must be opposed. We were republicans of the jeffersonian school but not Jefferson republicans and would not have it that any should be Adams republicans Jerk son republicans or Clay republicans the school denotes principle a he simple names Only men and we never live seen nor do we expect Ever to set any Man to whom a siring personal party can be safely attached however Apt we fire to forget measures in Wiir regard for individuals. If president ice Khoii s proceed it Lings and principles Are Correct a the people will support him for them if or. Clay a Well known and Long established Opin Impf on certain great National subjects Are preferred he will be preferred to he presidency hat he May bring those opinions into practice. It would be degrading indeed to suppose that be Success of the principles which of Perale on the mind of either of these distinguished gentlemen Are dependent for heir duration on he frail tenure of heir lives. We Greet our brother As a Friend of the Quot american system Quot and heartily wish him Success but Hope hat he will change he name of his paper and give it a wider scope. Niles. We Are requested to give notice that the the Power of the one will no More Nilu Rev. Samuel and John Hardin will preach in ence an unjust decision than the wretched i Baptist Church in this place on thursday Ness of the other cause a sympathy running the service will commence at into error and the decision will be supported Candle lighting danger of realizing what some of the fathers of by the people. A desire on the part of Many i the p.,. John Denham will preach in the our Republic have so much feared an Nabili entertained also by ourselves to is court House on thursday the 7th october at air i sen the Power or reduce the jurisdiction of the a i i Typo Long sustain self government. For our supreme court of the United states and a resolves we wish not to detract from the merits i distance of its authority Are very diff event of any individual in or out of office but wish its organization be wrong or its ,. A. 1. Power illegally exerted there is a remedy for to Sec exact Justice meted out to All. As the a incr and the people will apply it for Cor excitement which has so Long existed upon Recti on not destruction. And in any event Mere personal popularity is rapidly dissipating ample Justice will doubtless be done to a there must needs be some tribunal of a last resort something which the common sense of All men for self preservation shall accept those honestly and ably discharged i a a a it As info Lihle but As being the nearest pos the duties incumbent upon them both As Citi i sible approach to perfection. Without it Zens and Public servant. If this does not prove quo prevent Massachusetts from on a Liode Island new York on new to be the result of time and reflection then in Jersey Pennsylvania on Delaware and so on deed May the Mere preference for men with their newfangled and Diu Ive titles Rise at once Superior to Correct thought and the renovating influence of reason. The Democrat by Way of set of for its misinformation in regard to the West India Trade asks us Why we do not inform our readers that tie letter published some months a Ltd of purporting to have been written by or. Jefferson and containing a complimentary notice of or. Clay was a forgery. We had really forgotten that that letter had been published in the journal not having attached much importance to it at the time. We consider it of very Little consequence As it regards or. Clay whether that letter be genuine or not. His Fame does not rest solely upon the opinion of or. Jefferson. The Best of men and the purest of Patri it its May have erroneous notions of men and things and that Man is in a very critical situation whose character and prospects depend on the opinion entertained of him by any single individual however exalted. Or. Clay like every other Man should be judged by his conduct. The materials upon which or. Jefferson must have formed his opinion of or. Clay Are accessible to All and therefore we Are not bound to yield implicitly to his opinion whether favourable or unfavourable. We lie Liec that or. Jefferson h a waver he May have differed from him on some subjects did entertain a High opinion of or. Clay s talents and patriotism. If the letter referred to be a forgery which is pro Bible it was a silly and trick. Justice however to the editor of the paper in which it was first pub linked demands that we a Hiim say that he continues to declare it to be genuine and that he pledges Lii self to Irovic it. Valuable Vjio Petty will be sold on the premises at 2 o clock on wednesday he 20th insi., to the highest bidder on a credit of six months with approved Security lot no. 7, in Square no. 6c, in the town of Indian Liolis which lot has a convenient dwelling House and Good Well on it and is enclosed i h a substantial Post and rail Fence and occupied at present by Jesse Draper. October 1830. 389 to the extremes of the Union ? if the legislature of new York for example shall a Law claiming the entire jurisdiction Over the Jug lower Hudson May not the Echt of that la a a a r he titles examined into and Samuel 11,Inna, executor of Abra a Taie of Indiana Allen county be the titles examined into and the Case settled b other Means than an Appeal to Force ? what a fearful matter is Here presented to consideration and yet such is exactly the stand that Georgia has taken. She claims the right of sovereignty Over the Cherokee lands she May or May not possess it but if we understand the Law of Georgia or the i decorous taunt of gov. Gilmer it is highly criminal to double , by the institution of a Legal process the governor disavows any right to interfere with or. Wirt Quot so Long As he keeps beyond the jurisdiction of the How generous it is As much As to say that no one within tie territory of Georgia shall dare to question the infallibility of the legislature of that state and that if in. Wirt ventures on Georgia land he shall be arrested and punished because and simply because he is acting As counsel for a numerous people having among them aboriginal rights of the soil with a View to ascertain How far or in what manner those rights have been reduced or parted with that the Quot Sovereign Quot Power was in the indians cannot be disputed and May riot the claim to dispossess them of that sovereignty be Cha mined in a court of Law is in a to be the Only arbiter what then shall become of the Small states take this the great state of new York with her two millions of people and abundant , Sigall claim a Quot sovereignty Quot Over the Harbor of Savannah As Coveri Crit for her navigation and coins Eric and pass a inv making it highly penal m any one within her jurisdiction to doubt the legality of her claim what would Georgia do and new York if left to herself might just As certainly hold jurisdiction Over the Harbor of Savannah As Georgia can Over the lands of the cherokees. We have prefixed to the correspondence certain Rei harks from tie Quot Georgia journal a Tite official Organ of the government of that state. They carry in themselves their own comment. The editor Speaks of Quot in parallel impudence Quot in the proceedings of or. Wirt. Most Piersons Ham Burnett deceased petition is. To sell i James Burnett Rebecca Burnett real is John Davis and Nancy his wife ate. Late Nancy Hornett. J now on this Day to Ion the first Day of he Allen county probate court comes Here into open court Samuel Llanna executor of Abraham Burnett deceased and files his e in open court an appraisement of the real estate of said deceased and suggests to he Cournow Here that the personal estate of said deceased is not sufficient to pay the debts of said deceased and it appearing to the satisfaction of the court that James Burnett and Rebecca Burnett Are not residents of he state of Indiana it is therefore ordered by the court that the executor aforesaid cause notice of the pending of this petition to be Given by a publication in he Indiana journal a newspaper published in Indianapolis Indiana for four weeks successive before he next term of this court commanding them to a Peak Here on the first Day of the next term of this court to answer the matters and icings al ledge i in said petition or a decree will be made in their absence against hem. A copy Teit Robert Hood clerk. September 8,1830. I5bf> Yachbes amp Porter have just received from Philadelphia Pittsburgh and Cincin a t a a Large and Well assorted Stock of al and we Nafei goods which will be sold cheap for Cash or approved country produce of which the following is a part Viz a super Blue Black and drab cloths Quot steel mix and lion Shin do. Brown and dark Green do. Quot Blue Pelissey do Quot Oxford mixed cabinets assorted colours Quot Premium and French Gray do Quot Brown do hand ome tart in plaid and Blue Camlet super Black bom Bazine and circadian Black Blue and Brown bomb Zetts Scarlet and Crimson do super ilk Camlet and Brown Holland Quot red Green and White flannel White Canton do Green Baize sail Duck and buckram pieces a new style Cali Coes and Gingham handsome velvet and Valencia vesting Black silk Mii Sailles and Swan Down do. Bordered Waterloo and Oil col Cotton shawls do zen new style Cotton Hanu kerchiefs handsome capes and collars assorted sizes do silk and worsted dress hand is. Ladies and gentlemen s gloves assorted. Black drab and Green Tabby velvets super red padding handsome ribbons assorted silk worsted and Cotton Bradea Rose and Point blankets super Siik Flag and Black silk handkerchiefs Black and Floied worsted Hose worsted binding Cotton tapes and lasting buttons sewing Silks and twist assorted colours Patent thread Boss and Holt s wire Cotton Plain Book Arifi Leno muslims Swiss muslims assorted Lambord and Taconet my skins figured amp Plain Plain Blue Nan ten and Pittsburgh cords handsome ban Gnu Cord bed s roads. White Black and Green italian crapes Black White and Pink Cambrick Green Pink and White Florence Bobbin stand Cotton laces and Elt Lings 0-4 Linen and cot on table diapers Plain Cra is and Robe hat Crape handsome window blinds guard chains Black and Buff Navarino Boni tits leghorn bolivars and do fur Wool and Morocco half Gilt Pearl ind dozy buttons. A a pair ladies gentlemen s and Chil Dren s shoes assorted iii isome furniture Dimity and fringing men s Brown and Black Seal Caj a silk ind Cotton Umbra this parasols . Consisting a a a a of apron chocks Gingham i a ids and stripes Brown and by Calif d sheeting and shirting bed ticking amp a. Amp cd. , a general Fisson rement of looking Glas ses Gilt and con, Frame Combs assorted Vii incisor soap shaving brushes and boxes handsome cravats mix half Hose at 12 1 2 cents per pair. Cotton and worsted suss Catton Hose wadding shoe and scrubbing brushes ladies and gentlemen s cloaks pins Needles wafers and Ink powder a few school books Best Quality Over shoes pocket books and Cravat stiff Neil children s Scarlet Hose snuff Quot boxes amp c. . Knives and Forks table steels Butcher and shoe knives penknives assorted Prui Irving do Large and Small scissors spoke shaves Bonnet wire tin d Iron and Brittania Tea and table s Nons steel knitting pins sell snuffers sewing and pegging awl Blades Glass and common nobs butt hinges and screws in a Reau and Chest locks gun locks Green. And White spectacles pad locks bag donor locks assorted. Nob latches thumb do Trun locks bed Caps and screws Plain Irons assorted firmer s c. S. Chisels from 1-8 to 1 1-2 Inch rasps and files assorted. Shoe and tacks saddlers tacks is sorted sizes or Ouight table Butts slates German Tampa and flints brass and Iron Chad Sticks Huyid saws. S. And common crosscut saws Coffee Mills Belli Curry comb and almost every other article in the hardware line that is generally brought to he Yves Ern general assortment of such As plates cups and saucers Tea pots pitchers sugar b we Cream pitchers handsome China cups and saucers amp a. &c.groceries, in part of a St Green Coli e. Impe rial and Young Hyson Tea nut megs camphor Pepper auspice Ginger indigo madder glue salts Dupont a of tinder i d and alums also Etta Cotton yarn nails Ai sorted i Initta bar Iron plough holds Tea kettles sad Iron meal sieves and tobacco. Indianapolis oct. 18 i0._"80 lilt Obi Ietter. Remaining in tha Post office at Indiana Polis ind., on the Coth september a hic a it not taken out in to Siree months will be sent to the general Post office As dead letters Atherlone Benjamin Aydelott Levin Alexander John Atherton alien h. Auditor of state 2 b Beard James 3 Brigit on Henry 2 Bruij Henry or son Bruce Sidney l5rown John g. Ballenger Daniel Black Berry Biticon i rum Bodkin Alexander Huggins Thomas Hannah Samuel Hill Jeremiah Rev Harding Robert Harmon Milford Harris Amos j Joinson James k Kelly Isaac King Sarah Kirwel Laniea l Lathrop Jason Rev. Land ii t. J. 2 Lane Permelia Barnhill Job n or Joel Lowe Kesiah Lewis Daniel 2 Lewis Zachariah Lewis a Lewis m m Clure Samuel Myers Benj. Morris , 2 Murphy or. We. Mccaw we Conarroe c Collins Randall Cru Ibaugh Jacob Coburn Henry Culbertson Joseph Colliins Jeremiah Carter Cader clerk of the District court2 clerk supreme court Moore William clerk Miniri i circuit Mouton Joseph court 3 Mallory David 2 Conwell w. Mcclure Sam l d Moreland Rev j. R. Darnell James Mcmillin or. Douglass amp Maguire 3 Mccoy John Dale Lewis Mccart amp Basic it Duke. Samuel Martin Joseph i Vohu Morrow Sam l Dickerson Robert n Dunning Hannah new James Davis Francis q doly John Orme Moses de Volse Daniel p Dryden Jas. Or Grimes Pearce Earl dunlapl.2 Peck John e Postlethwait Sam / Elson Corneilus q Ellis re Barf Qurles coi. Ii Denis John or. Quarles we. Eller David Lucinda r e Ray James m. 2 Forsee jigs. Edt. R in Sam 2 Fosse James Richardson Thomas i Igns Raleigh Fishback Jacob to richly John 2 fre lives William Robison w. C. Feat Beraton Jerrymiah Lay James b. Re. Foolery John g bid Deli William Giril ii John a. Gillium John Grilii Lut Aaron gites Uii in or Fiji Harvey grit Tith Humphrey Grantl Sec. Of grand Lodge s Stone Daniel Shields John Slepr Harvey Sundley William Seybold Mahlon sni Ivan Patrick w. Stevens Joshua Smith judge t n Thomas Rev. Joseph till Bott John Hoover Andrew 2 Tibbett George Harden cath., John Mill or Ivard Ilin Hoiris Toisie Henry club dirt John Hicks Haugh Aaron doctor tin Iricks George uen Shiv John a. La of skins Charles nigh liar Les Harding Ivey Lent Mac no Lailey John Harrison Caleb Hill James a nibs John Hanna Polly Tichnor or. We. V Vanvolken Jaburg James Vandeman a Ohn w win Herd Roberts William Sidney Whitinger Abni. Wilson Anthony wines w. S. I ii it John Williams abm. Wood Stephen Williams John s. Willams Joseph Walker James Samuel Henderson. . Taken up by James lash of Franklin town Shiji. Johnson co. Ind. A Light Gray Mare supposed to be eleven or Twe Lve years old fifteen hands High had on a Small Bell when taken up no Marks or brands to thirty dollars by William Shaffer and offer son d. on the24l,h Day of june 1830. I certify he above to be a True copy for a my Eiraj Bank. George a King a r. Ser tember 2p, 18m 1 388 collector s a Otice. The undersigned collector of the state and county Revenue of Montgomery co., for the present year gives notice that he will expose to Public Sale for taxes at the court in Crawfordsville in said county on the 2d monday in november not Between he hours of 10 o clock a. A and 4 o clock M., All non resident lands and town lots in said county on a bib taxes Are due and Ray remain unpaid Saje to continue from Day to Day until All Are Boll or olt Rcd for bi1p. D. Vance col. . September 2.5, to 089 a last life Tea a in the Post Ollice at Edinburgh ind on the Hist Day of september 1830, which if not taken out by iii last Day of december will by sent to the general Post office As dead letters. B m Bisi iop Stephen c Campbell John g Givens George to Hill Georgio Hendron Oliver j Jones Rice l Lent Edw in Dixa Colin to i. The Public commence rent in this institution will take place on wednesday the 27th of october next. The pert Oroian Ces to begin at <0 o clock. They will consist of speeches by the candidates for the degree Folio de by the formality Ocon ferns the degree and an address to the graduates by the president. The remainder of the Day will he occupied with a debate and sundry speeches by a number of Young Gen to Leunen belonging to the College in different stages of their education. As this will be the first Public occasion of the kind for this infant institution it is expected that considerable interest will be excited in the friends of education in reference to the exercises and ceremonies of the Day. D. H. Maxwell pres t. A t. P. S. The trustees of the College and visitors will please be punctual in their attendance of monday the 25tb of next month d. H. I looming on sept. 16,1830. .38� Murphy Zabulun or a iii is Connor Mathes John s. Millikin Harvy Morgan William Park Thomas Patterson David l. S Speaks Thos. Vav Williams Thomas h. Winchester Terril Gavin Mitchell toy s is Otic i. Rel Haj undersigned collector of he state 1 and county Revenue for Hamilton county gives notice that he will proceed to sell at the court House in the town of Nobles ii in said county on the second monday in Nove mfr next All lands on which the taxes Are not paid for he year 1830. Sale to commence at in o clock a. And continue from Day to Duy until All Are sold. Peter Wise a. H. 5,1830. Pm taken up by Levi Dale of Eagle township Boon county. Ind. Two esl rays one a Bay Mare 8 years old 15 he us a Inch High ii ear Eye weak appraised to $4000 the other Bay Mare 14 i 2 hands High 5 years old both Hind feet White save need in both shoulders and Rouen led in the off shoulder some White hairs in her fori head appraisal to �20 00 by Benj. Harris and Abrari Philips. Jesse Lane j. P. August 25, 1830. 11388 collectors to tace. Notice is hereby Given to All whom it May concern hat i shall on the second monday in november next commence Selling at the court House door of the county of Perry All and singular the lands and town lots on which the state and county taxes May be then due a id unpaid Foi the years 1829 and 1830 and such Sale will be continued Toni Day to Day Between he Hidirs of nine o clock in he Forenoon and four o clock in the afternoon o5&Quot once Day until All Ore offered for Sale. Ansel Hyde 0. P c. Rome sept. 14, 1830. 388 1 printing of. Very neatly Cind 1 expeditiously done a Liis office. Mauk a of of Elf

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