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Kenosha Democrat, The (Newspaper) - November 10, 1854, Kenosha City, Wisconsinclubs plainer fancy and i 6c q. 1 no. Asahel Fabbi m. A i physician Antt surf Ceon. Be mocha. Wac Nam. Arid retail family grocery store. Directly oppt trite the annals House Kenosha w. Attorney Moonset Job at Law Wisconsin above and beyond All the Trade perpetuity and on Wail vol. 4. Wis., Friday november 10. 18.54. No. 26. Public. 3? a s d i a i e u 1 if clothing main Kenosha. Wis. All kinds of done to order Wel r and promptly. Corner of the closing scene. By t. By Ochanas rid. The Northc British review pronounces this pm the e best1 Ever written by an american author within realm of leafless the russet year inhaled the dreamy air Lite some tanned reaper in his hour of ease when All the Fields Are lying Brown and Bare. The Gray barns looking from their Lazy Hills of Erie dim Waters widening in the Vales sent Down the air a greeting to the Mills on the Dull Thunder of alternate flails. All sights were mellowed and All sounds sub died the. Hills seemed farther and the Stream gang Low As in a dream the Distant Woodman hewed his Winter Lois with Many a muffled blow. The embattled forests Ere while armed in Gold their banners Bright with every martial Hue now stood like some sad beaten Host of old withdrawn afar in time s remotest Blue. On slump Rous wings to vulture tried his .45 h. Attorney at Law solicitor in chancery office a Quarle s Kenosha Nehemiah h. Joy a.tt6rnev at Law solicitor in chancery and court commissioner office Over Metcalf Merrill of s. Sio re . Josiah attorney at land and insurance agent. Office no. 68j Mam Street up Wisconsin. Orson s. Head attorney counsellor and solicitor will attend to All professional business .entrusted_to4iis care in Northern Illinois and Southern Wisconsin one door South Runals House Kenosha _ attorn by and counsellor at Law and cominis a drier for the. States of Massachusetts and sew Hampshire . Dealer in and manufacturers of a Elf kinds of it o. S3 main Street Kenosha c. A Lay. D Prague St wholesale arid retail Deal drugs medicines. P.erfumery., , paints oils Glass Putty Bye stuffs no. 62 main Street . Prom correspondence of the London journals the Battle of the a1uia. Graphic and in Sebestin a description of the engagement. Grand Victory Over the russians. Strategical feat ebs of the conflict. The Battle of the Alma was perfect in All respects except cavalry Arm this inoperative. The russian cavalry covered itself with disgrace. It never gave our horse a Chance of a charge and the nature of the ground forbade our attempting a demonstration against a very Superior Force manoeuvring in a High position. The russians in number of Vine Yards and to our they were occupied by russian i Ziemen. Three of the staff were Here shot Down but led by lord Raglan in person they advanced cheering on Tho men. And now came the turning Point of the Battle in which lord Raglan by his sagacity Ond military skill probably secured the Victory at a smaller sacrifice than would have been otherwise the Case. He dashed Over the Bridge followed by his staff. From the Road Over it under the russian guns he saw the state of talc j the or of jus into Dent , who was action. The British line which lie had or dered to Advance was struggling through the River and up the Heights in masses firm indeed but mowed Down by the murderous at the Battle of the Alma had a narrow is from death or at least Grievious injury. During the time that the sharpshooters of his division were endeavouring to the russian sharpshooters a Ball directed against our line struck the ground a few Hundred Steps from the Prince and bounding on. Took the direction towards him. General Thom As luckily saw Ball and seeing the direction u was about to take had the to cry out. Take cure the turned his horse in pith on one Side Anil the Ball broke deed barely covered the Retreat and our fire of batteries. And by grape round shot. Squadrons were too weak to try a dash at canister. Case shot and musketry from them. As an exemplification of the several i some of guns of the Battery and uses to fight infantry skirmishers heavy in i frown an immense and compact mass of Fantry. And of horse and Field artillery the i commenced one of the Battle was Complete. There is this very be Moit bloody and determined struggles in the standing behind. M. Leblanc since Boon obliged to submit to have the limb amputated. Scenes the 13atti.k. It was a terrible and sickening sight to go Over the Battle Field. Till deprived of my horse by a Chance shot 1 Rode about certain As far As possible. Merchant dealer in hats Caps Siery gentlemen s dress goods dtc., no. 75 Alain Street Simeon King Wall and window paper received for the Magazine no. 6mam Street. David Rosit Carriage and Wagon Tia rules build Street Kenosha. He is ready t his work with any done West of Buffalo arid Hei tends to repair quicker and Bel Ter than any other shop in the Park City. John r. Phelps dealer and manufacturer in Iron Copper brass tin and Zinc Ware s Oves Sune pipe a acc no. 70 main Street . Bin and Custor Awbry done to order and dealer in groceries Shell arid fruits in their season of. 59maiii s tsect.kcuosha-. T should like to have everybody come in a and see uie a Josseline which i am to ail business. Sti v Star i farms for Sale to i suit con his disposal Antiel Lake count i Hinojs Vancu a _ sestj3ing a Bookie _ tier Goide Iyre Del Ejinio psalmist a him 1 s cold psalm Flat pin Larj Anc shawm Rov 1 1853 v3n16 Scott co., Mincy and Staple dry crockery hardware Nils. Hun Street scarce heard his sighing mate s complaint and like a Star slow drowning in the Hunt the Village Church vane seemed to Pale and faint. The Sentinel cock upon the Hill Crew thrice and ail was Stiller than before silent till some reply ing wanderer blew his alien Horn and then was heard no More. Where Erst the Jay within the Elm s tall Crest made garrulous trouble round the a fledged Young and where the Oriole Hung her swinging nest by every Light wind like a censer swung where Sung the noisy masons of the eaves the Busy swallows circling Ever near foreboding As the rustic minds believes an Early Harvest and a prosperous year where every Bird which charmed the Vernal feast Shook the Sweet slumber from its wings at morn to warn the reapers of the Rosy East All now was song less empty and forlorn. Alone from put the stubble piped the Nail and croaked the Crow through All the dreary gloom pheasant drumming in the Vale made Echo to the Distant cottage loom. There was no Bud no Bloom upon the Bowers the spiders wove their thin shrouds night by night the Thistle Down the Only ghost of Flowers sailed slowly noiseless out of sight. Amid All this most cheerless air and where the Woodbine Sheds upon the porch j its Crimson leaves As if the year stood there i firing the floor with its inverted amid All this tie Center of the scene. The White haired Matron with monotonous tread plied the Swift wheel and with her Joyless mein. Sat like a Fate and watched the flying thread. She had known sorrow. Her. Oft supped and broke with her tie Ashen and leaves still she heard tie stir his Black Mantle trailing in the dust. While yet her Check was Bright with summer Bloom her country summoned and she gave Lier All and twice War bowed to her his Sable plume i re gave the swords to rest upon the Wall. Be gave the not the hand that Drew and struck for dying blow a for him who to his. Sire Aud country True fell ranks of the invading foe. But riot loud the droning wheel went on i. The of a hive at noon Long but not loud the memory of the Gous. Breathed Chr Bligh her lips a sad Aud Teliu .1 Lous Tuce. At last tie thread was snapped her head was dowed life dropped tie d staff pro High his hands Serene neighbors smothered her careful d while death and Winter closed the autumn Culiar feature about the action that we had the very thing to do which we. Alone could have done and that the French had to do work for which they were particularly suited ours it was to face steadily the fire of tremendous batteries to Advance with a Rush. Steady and sure and Resistless As the swell of the Ocean against a Wall of fire and solid masses of infantry to struggle on at one Ime overwhelmed by crashing volleys of rape and musketry at an other disorganized by round shot winning the ground from death at every Pace to form tranquilly and readily when thrown into momentary disorder and at last to Nail Victory to our colors cult position with quickness and alacrity. Delay would have been fatal slowness of movement would have lost us the Battle for without the French on the Heights on our right we must have been driven across the Alma As they would have been swept into the Valley had we failed in carrying oar Bat teries. Their energetic movements their rapid flame like spread from crag to crag their ceaseless fusillade of the deadly Rifle were All astonishing and a realized the enemy completely. The perhaps could never have made such a rapid Advance or have got Over so much ground in the same time. The Advance. At our line of skirmishers got with in Range of the Battery on the Hill and immediately the russians opened fire at 1.200 he had supped with at Law chancery will at professional Businow int Rustell to office in Tina re Block Kenosha Book binding. Of periodic land other books Wil on reason r Bein left at to office at the school it a correspondent of Wooster Democrat sent that paper a Long commencing As follows Wooster is a pretty town and in it lives miss. Z., whose Beauty s turn d my heart to love and made me almost the editor thought that inasmuch As the rest of the poem Only confirmed the poet s statement in the fourth line he would not pub shit. said that the Prince is about 13 years of age is about to join the Navy in the War Steamer Royal Albert As lieutenant. The fellow across the Way suggests that la Pence is a know nothing the Hill tops in the neighbourhood o Albany n. Y., Are White in the Valley feel its chilling influence. Annals of War. The 2d division led by sir d. Evans in the most dashing manner crossed the Stream on the right. The 7th Fusiliers led by col. Yea. Were swept Down by fifties. The 55th. 30th. And 05th. Led by brigadier pen father. Who was in the thick est of the fight cheering on his men. Again and again were chocked indeed but never Drew Back in their Onward Progress which was marked by a fierce Roll of Minie Muske try and brigadier Adams with the 41st. 47th. And 49th, bravely charged up the Hill and aided them in the Battle. Sir George Brown conspicuous on a Gray horse Rode in front of his Light division org Galla it to As the loss of my friends and in doing so i was often brought to a standstill by the difficulty of getting through the piles of wounded russians Inin sled too often with our own poor soldiers. The Hills of Greenwich Park in fair time Are not More densely covered with human be than wore the Heights of the Alma with dead and dying. On these bloody Mounds fell 2.190 English officers and men. And up wards of russians while their Western extremity was covered with the bodies of 1.400 Gallant frenchmen and of More than 3.000 of their foes. When lord Raglan Aud his staff and the Duke of Cambridge to de round to the top of the Hill the troops cheered them thrilling shout never can be forgotten. With of the ene Niv. Who by the never failing British Bayonet. It a i eng them with voice and gesture. _ said that several French officers Hare de Fellows they were worthy of such a Gallant j were flying. A distance might almost glared since they viewed the ground that chief. The 7th. Diminished by one half have us cello is As it a jelled among Thi. They thought their men would not have been foil Back to Reform then columns lost for the j our men had indeed done their ble to carry the position As we did. Gene j time the 23d, with eight officers dead and j win. For the action. Al Canrobert in a moment of enthusiasm j four wounded were still Rushing to the front 1.05 on our part was claimed to one of our generals at the close of the Day All i would ask of Fortune now s. That i might command a corps of English troops for three Short weeks i could then die Happy on the other hand the French which commenced at Over at about 4 p. M aided by the loth. 23d. 7th. And 88th. Down j u talc close fighting went sir George in a Cloud of dust in front Aid ast . Of the Battery. He was soon up. And shouted 23d. I m All right. Be sure i la Remetin Ber this and led them on Naan. But j atrocities committed after Victory. Many of the russians were shot in three i or four places few of them had Only one lad to scale the sides of Steep ravines cover in tie Shock or by the Lull old Mountj they seemed to have a Genera de with dense masses of infantry supported j chief the Gallant re Gim it suffered terribly j that would by Clouds of skirmishers Thev had to Clam-1 while paralysed for n moment. Mei her up Rocky steeps defended by swarms of the guards on then it of the sharpshooters they had to gain a most Cliffi-1 Sion and the brigade of highlanders were storming the Heights on the left. Their line was almost is regular As though they were in Elvde Park. Suddenly a Tornado of round Bly they had been told no Quarter would be Arivon. As several deplorable events took place in consequence As of our men were them were shot 1 1 1 1 i and grape rus lied through from behind Blunsd their front ranks by dozens. It was evident passing by two or three or stabbed by men lying j the cry was raised that the wounded plus firing on our men. There is that we were just Able to contend against the russians favored As they were by a Grea position. At this very time an immense mass of russian infantry were seen moving Down towards the Battery. They halted. It was the crisis of the Day. Sharp angular. And solid they looked As if they were Cut out of the solid Rock. It was beyond All doubt that if our infantry harassed and thinned As they were got into the Battery Thev would have to encounter again a Formi Dable fire which they were but ill calculated store. Indeed that one officer was severely injured by a Man to whom he was in the very act of administering Succour As he Lay in agony on the Field be this As it May. There was at one time a near Chance of a massacre taking place but the men were soon controlled and confined themselves to the pillage which always takes place on a Battle Field. One vill Tiu with a red coat on his Back. 1 regret to say. I saw go up to a wounded russian who was rolling on the Earth in the rear of the 7th regiment and Yards with effect the shot ploughing through j Tolje situation. He asked if it would be pos a Oil a to Bare. Lord Raglan saw the difficulties of before we could Sny a word to discharged the open lines of the riflemen and falling in to the advancing columns behind. Shortly Ere this time dense volumes of smoke Rose from the River and drifted along to the East Ward rather interfering with Tho View of the enemy on the left of our position. The rus sians had set the Village on fire. It was a fair exercise of military Well exe place at the right time and succeeded i occasioning a Good Deal of annoy our troops halted when they neared this Village their left extending beyond it by the verge of the Stream our right behind the burning cottages and within Range of the batteries. It is said. The russians had taken the Range of All the principal Points in their front and placed twigs and Sticks to Mark them. In this they were assisted by the Post signboards on the Road. The rus sians opened a furious fire on the whole of our line but the French had not yet made Progress enough to justify us in advancing. The round shot whizzed in every direction dashing up the dirt and Sand into the faces of Tho staff of lord Raglan who were also shelled severely and attracted much of the enemy s fire. Still lord Raglan waited patiently for the development of the French attack. At length an Aid de Camp came to Nim and reported that the French had crossed the Alma but they had not established them selves sufficiently to justify us in an attack. The infantry were therefore ordered to lie Down and the army for a Short time was j quite passive Only that our artillery poured Forth an unceasing fire of Shell and round shot which ploughed through the. Russians and caused them great loss. They did not waver however and replied to our artillery manfully their shot falling among our men As they Lay and carrying off legs and arms at every round. Lord Raglan at last became weary of this spirit was looked around and saw men on whom he knew he might stake the Honor and Fate of great by his sideband anticipating a Little sible to get a couple of guns to Bear on these masses. The reply was and an Artil Lery officer whose name i do not his Rifle right through the creature s brains colonel Yea Rode at him to Cut him Down but the fellow excused himself by declaring the russian was Coin to shoot him. This Verv Mincer a r brought up two suns to fire on the russian was the single act of inhumanity i saw per a i .1 i Villi squares. The first shot missed but the next and the next and the next Cut. Through the ranks so cleanly and so keenly that a Clear Lane could be seen for a moment through the Square. After a few rounds the columns of the Square became broken wavered to and fro pet rated by this army hushed with Victory and animated by angry passions although the wounded enemy had unquestionably in danc cred their lives by acts of ferocious Fol in. Of the russians had Small crests and chains fastened around their necks. Several were found with korans in their broke and fled Over the brow of the Hill. Kyj probably recruits from the Leavins behind them sex or seven lines of dead. Lying As close As possible to each other marking the passage of the fatal messengers. This act relieved our infantry of a deadly incubus and they continued their magnificent and fearful Progress up the Hill. The Duke encouraged his men by voice and example and proved himself worthy of his proud command and of the Royal race from which he comes. said sir c. Campbell Ere they came to the charge. I am going to ask a favor of you it is that you will act As to justify me in asking per Mission of the Queen for you to Wear a Bon net Don t pull a trigger till you re within a Yard of the they charged and Well they obeyed their chieftain s wish. Sir Colin had his horse shot under him but his distinct Kasan tartars. Many of the officers Hud in a military Point j the crisis of action he give orders for our whole Ime Toad Vance. Up Rose the serried masses and Pas sing a fearful Shower of round Case shot and Shell. They dashed into the Alma and floundered through its Waters which were literally torn into foam by the deadly Hail at the other Side of the River were a took dead behind them. The the right of the Battery Ere the highlanders got into the left and it is said that the scots Fusilier guards were the first to enter. The second and Light division crowned the Heights. The French turned the guns on the Hil against the flying masses which the Ca Valry in vain tried to cover. A few faint struggles from the scattered infantry a few rounds of Cannon and musketry and the enemy fled to the South East leaving three generals Drums three guns 700 prisoners and 4.000 wounded behind them. The Bat Dom tie of Alma was won. It is won with a loss of nearly 4000 killed and wounded on our Side. The russian Retreat was covered by their cavalry but if we had had an adequate Force we could have captured Many guns and multitudes of prisoners. Narrow escape of per Jyce Napoleon. Not far from the French general Pramee Napoleon who made a most Brilliant debut portraits of wives or mistresses of mothers or Sisters inside their Coats. The privates wore the Little Money they possessed in Pur ses fastened below their left Knees and the men in their eager search after the Money often caused the wounded painful apprehensions that they were about to destroy them last night All tie poor wretches Lay in their agony. Nothing could be done to help them tie a groans. The yells the cries of despair find suffering were a Mournful commentary on the exultation of the victors and on the Joy which reigned along the bivouac fires o our men. correspondent of the Field i had remained in the rear of the guards and highlanders until they commenced Cros sins the Vineyard when the russian shot Tant. It was madness my going any further i accordingly returned to a conspicuous Eminence on one Side of the Valley from which i could Survey the whole scene of carnage and destruction. Directly the Heights were gained i scalloped across and was shocked and sickened at the sight of the Battle Field in the commencement of an action one feels nothing but fierce excitement which m s a the Battle grows hotter. Fear of creases a j 1 wounds even pity for the wounded is Sel Eaverne Felt so intense so breathless is the with which every feature of the great same is watched but crossing the Field afterwards is quite a different affair the anxiety is Over the Battle won and the reaction of the spirit has set in. In such a mood i found myself As i moved on. Parched Ith thirst ready to sink from fatigue and i my r head throbbing As if it would burst. Aspect 0v the slain. One Quarter do. l ii rid business and executed at 50.0 Eim Aih the attitudes of some of tie dead were i one Man might to resting on be arms extending in the f if taking aim. The brow compressed the lips very expression of firing at in stumped on the face and fixed Thiv y death a Bull Hud struck this Man in the Rcck. Physiologists or anatomists must to Lyle the reit. Another was lying on his Jack with the same expression and his arms in a similar attitude the Minie t still Gnu pud in his hands undischarged. Nuther Lay in a Arch his Headrest no on of Tho ground and his feet on Mother but the Back raised above it. Many men without legs or arms were trying to crawl to Tho Waterside. Some of he dead Lay with a Calm Placid smile on the though they were in some delicious Heam. Wip Miott of the russian . The russian soldiers were mostly Stout Strong men. Several of the regiments 32d did Loter for example wore a. Black leather ii Elmet. Handsomely mounted with brass and Ian inv a brass Cone on the top. With a Hole for the reception of a tuft Feather or plume Ithiers wore simply a White Linen foraging Cap. They wore All Dros wed in Long drab Coats with brass buttons bearing the ilium Jer of the regiment. These Coats fitted loosely. Were gathered in at the Back by a Small strap and Button descend to the an Kles. And seemed Stout comfortable garments though the cloth was coarse in texture the trousers of course Blue stuff were thrust in Side a pair of Wellington boots open at the top to admit of their being comfortably tucked Down the boots were Stout Well ind and serviceable. Their Knapsacks astonish cd our soldiers. On opening them Eracli was found to contain the dress uniform Coatee o the Man. Blue or Green with White facings and slashes like our own a pair of Deal socks a pan of Stout mils a Case containing a Good pair of scissors marked Ai excellent Penknife with one Large Blade o russian manufacture a Ball of twine a Rol of leather Wax thread Needles and pins a hair Brush and comb a Small looking Glass and soap shoe brushes Anc ii heist. Is a Coley Livsley. Jour air Stream Only officer try Folia household brigade who of Cousin of the e the wounded is the Earl of virtue of his office of High Constable first subject in Scotland blood Roy Al. Two members of Nar Delacye Cei Ved a severe Chin ins to Ivan Ali e Nghil Sli Oul w. And colonel the hoi Lei tone Iii the of the Tow former Gallant of fiery As is Well re n a scots Trio l a . No loss perhaps has occasioned Grot Fluin 23d, who was killed so Munt sir. John Mury Queen As by razor. Trop. Blacking. Tin neral remark that the russians were very if our Mei clean sol Jerlain on 1501. Her return of Rishi Tou s in Jeen about four Yiirs an Iliad but just married a Young aim very Beautiful ainu .1 woman when he embarked from s ton. Lie wept like a a Liilie a Itiat town when speaking went to Ali a Load of sorrow must be Liera. Mount been ascertained by actual be full eighteen thousand sind sixty one feet in height. High Chat Peak on the one of the highest in Peak Mountain tops Tant Are the. Munti Vinci is Vodka Pic. Smoke being soon to if Niue from the Summit. Mil or. G Yin Etc a. 1 Rench his life in the. With him diamonds and other jewelry to a Large amount stated at. a likeness of celebrated i i Madame Ida Poi flair has been to California and thus Speaks of certain matters of All the oui tries i All the vile immoral places 1 have Ever seen or Hoard Dicks and certainly the men on the hold had White fair skins to justify the express each Man had a loaf of dark Brown bread of a sour taste and disagreeable odor in his Knapsack and a Linen Roll containing i Quantity of Brown coarse stuff broken up into lumps and Large grains which is crushed biscuit or hard granulated bread prepared with Oil. This we were told by the prison ers was the sole food of the men. They eat the bread with onions and Oil the powder is ration and if they March they May be for Days without food and remain Hun cry till can get fresh loaves and More bread it is perfectly astonishing to think they can keep together on such diet and yet they Are Strong muscular men enough. The surgeons remarked that their tenacity of life was very remarkable. Many of them lived with wounds calculated to destroy two or three Ordinary men. Effects of the Mixie Uilk. The immense superiority of the Minieri file and Bullet not Only Over the common Musket but Over the common Rifle was incontestably proved at this Battle. Many of our fellow s were slightly wounded but none of the russians were so. The Minie Ball makes no slight wound. The effect on the russians judging from their dead seemed awful. It struck it Tore and broke All before it. Some of their wounded told us that men were wounded by the Minie bullets after they had passed through the bodies of their comrades. The immense majority of the enemy were wounded through the head generally struck about the throa4 or under the Chin for the men fired upwards As they were ascending the Hill. The com Mon Musket Bullet at such a Range would have done no great damage but Here the balls had come out through the top of the Skull rending the Bone As if done by a Hatchet. The wounds were awful. The last sad reckoning. Amongst the list of the killed and wounded there will be found the names of the Mem Bers of Many Noble English families. The Earl of Listow efs son lord Ennis More of the Fusilier guards is reported As wounded severely and the Earl s brother capt. The Hon. 0. Fane of the 7th Fusiliers has met with a similar casualty capt. The Hon. Win. Monde also of the Fusiliers brother of Viscount Monck. M. P. For who was killed at the head of his company was a teat favorite in the 7th, arid will be deeply regretted. Lieut the Hon. C. Roof Ron. Of the same regiment who Waswo Udud. Is the eldest son of lord Crofton. And grand to the late lord Anglesey. He was 2 of Honor to her majesty before Hiben into the army about a year ago in the 23d Fusiliers. Capt. Arthur Williams Wynn who lost his life in this conflict was Cousin of sir Vatkin Williams Wynn bart., my. And son of the late right Hon. C. W. Wynn. Lord Chewton who was wounded is the eldest son of the Earl of Waldegrave and is a Captain in the Scotts Fusiliers guards. Lieut the Hon. Ii. Ann sly. Of the same re son Page trance of in1 Savage or civilized Gam ing saloons of bal forma a e the u went there in company with doors were opon every tiling Iii i Ted t i Trace spi Ovid bin every form Ful combined to lure the fill Emidid c Art Airis and carpets were to impure that i involuntarily plans Demy hands Over Niy by us wines free and to be had combined to lure the poor mortal. M5fot All was so respectable in Good taste Tifful to the Eye that the influence stole soul like thu deadly Poison of what Drain Young Overlook the Gold arbu Iid on or err a ule of him the poor Blo for a new excitement Anda new phase of stimulation Extein Ibiene. Is pounds of Earth were dried Nadaf Ter wards put into a Large Essel was then a distend with soft water and a Willow tree a weighing five placed therein. During the space of five Earth was carefully watered with Titiro Vii Ter or pure mater. The Willow grew arid flourish of Aud to prevent Tho Earth being mixed Earth or dust blown into by Vered with a Metal plate perforated a great number admission of Only. After growing in Tho Earth for five years tha Willow tree was up moved and found to weigh one Hundred Aud sixty ii up pounds and about the ounces. The leaves which fell from tie tree Oyer autumn were not included Iri this weight. The Earth was then removed from the dried in the oven and after Ciiab was discovered to have1 lost Only about two ounces of its original weight. Hah dred and sixty four pounds of Littin Orv Owdy Fibre bark etc., were certainly produced from the air. Of nails dropped in the traffic reappear in. Shape of and guns. The clippings of Are mixed with the pairings of from the Smiths of the cast off garments poorest inhabitants of a sister Ter Ward in the. Form of dyes Blue Grace the dress of courtly main ingredient of the Irik write was possibly one part of the old Beer barrel. The Bones of yield the chief constituent of Lucifer tie Dregs of port write the port wine decanting it beverage in the form of so Dluz powder to facts of his Debauch. The to acid the washing of Coal Gas reappear time Lusty preserved in the lady s used by her to flavor friends. Matrimony d Oes people. Thurlqw Weed the Bany evening journal in the All dirty turmoil of politics has in i Yvo fun Liq of Badics. Enter largely into Tho he is now k marriage. A

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