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Kenosha Democrat, The (Newspaper) - November 17, 1854, Kenosha City, WisconsinJob printing Plain or fancy neatly an expeditiously executed Democrat printing office no 61 mainr3treet, up stairs Kenosh i. Wisconsin physician1 and surgeon. Kenosha Wisconsin Watte family store i go site. The Runals House Slocum attorney counsellor. At Law i chancery and notary Public Keno slip Wisconsin. E. Needham and b e i a i l i d a a i. E b i s Cassi wires testings ready made clothing a Mam St rcnosha., wis. Den Nis Kearnan All kinds of done to order and promptly. Corner of Park and Chicago streets Kenosha. Public and solicitor in chancery. Office in Quarle s Block Kenosha ,w4scon8in. ome at Law s6ucitpn and court Chiw missioner. Metcalf store Ken Oslin Bond attorney at insurance 68 Mam streets a will a to tepid to Tah scare in office one door South re vials House Coth seller at Law arid Tommis Fronef for tie states sew Hampshire Kenosha Wisconsin. Dealers of All kinds of f. Robinson Fri Geest not Galeand it glassware h. Putty Dye stuffs arc., Noi 62 main Street Kenosha Wisconsin. dealer in hosiery gentlemen s dress main beyond All the uni out the. Free Trade Union its perpetuity and Onward november 17, 1854. No. 27. They May talk if Loyen and Bowers of trellises of nature simple and divine they Rivay tilt of Ali pleasure of sleeping in the slide of a spreading tree arid a walk by. The Shade of step free but give me a sly flirtation by the Light of a chandelier i. Music to pauses arid nobody very near or a seat on a Silken sofa with a Glass of pure old wine and a am too Blind to. Discover White hand in mine your love in a cottage is hungry your Vine is a nest of flies your milkmaid. Shocks the graces and simplicity talks of pies you lie Down to Shady slumber and Wake with a Bug in your ear and your Damsel that walks in the morning i shod like a Mountaineer. True is at Home on a carpet and mightily likes his ease and True love has an Eye fora dinner and strives beneath Shady Trees his Wing is the fan of a lady his foot s an. Invisible thing and his Arrow is tipped with a jewel and shot front a Silver string. N. P. Wiilis. No no no proper Timo of r no Tso t other Side o the Way no end to any no indications where the. Crescents no top to any precognition of foreign no courtesies for showing to knowing pm no travelling at locomotion no inkling of the no Laud or from any fun Regii no Park Rutiri Nett no afternoon no company a no no War Ritty ii cheerfulness no healthful ease no Shade no no butterflies no bees no Flowers 116 Birds cold food for supper and always some hours before going to a bed. One should lie not in a forced or constrained posture but almost horizontally the head excepted. Which ought to be a Little raised. Nothing is More pre judicial than to lie in bed half sitting. The body then forms an Angle circulation in the i stomach is checked and the spine is always very much compressed. By this custom one of Tho principal ends of sleep a free and uninterrupted circulation of the blood is Defeated and in infancy and youth deformity and crookedness Are often consequences. The cares and burdens of the Day Laid aside with one s clothes none of them must be carried to bed with us and in this respect. One by custom May obtain very great Power Over their thought. I am acquainted with no practice More destructive than that of studying in bed. And or Reading till one Falls asleep. Be these Means the soul is put into great activity at a period when everything conspires to allow it perfect rest and it is natural that the ideas thus excited should wander and float through the brain during the whole night. It is not enough to sleep physically Man must sleep also spiritually. Such a disturbed sleep is As insufficient As its is when our spiritual part sleeps but not our corporeal such for example As sleep in Jolt my Carriage on a journey. In particular. I must not Here omit to mention. Many be Lieve that it is entirely the same if one sleeps these seven hours either in the Day or the night time. People give themselves up therefore at night As Long As they think proper either to study or pleasure and Ima Gine that they make everything even when they sleep i the Forenoon those hours which they sat up after Midnight. But i must re quest every one. Who regards his health to beware of so seducing an error. It is certainly not the same whether one sleeps seven hours by Day or by night and two hours sound sleep before Midnight Are of More Benefit to the body than four hours in the Day. My reasons Are As follows editorial cokkespondenc32. Number eleven new your nov. 4, 1854. The weather is still Fine Here the Parks look Green and Broadway still echoes to the tramp of fairy feet whose owners Are dressed in All the Many coloured trappings of Spring and summer. Occasionally May be seen the sober looking Matron in furs and fall cos tume looking More for health and Comfort but this is rare the doctors must chuckle f. Hen Thev meet these ladies with their dresses thin shoes and a hectic Cheek. But these Days with Many it is us Aishi snably As Chaste and blushing fair Aurora burst the dark arms of negro Nii lir and passed from darkness into Light. Can you Tell whether this is not a brother of major Ulhman of Racine. Or. 17. Of this cite stands in the estimation of Theeo from the Wisconsin state journal. Devil s ii Alce. Messes. Editors having occasion to visit the Beautiful Vil Lage of Baraboo last month according to pre Vious intention visited to Vil d Lake. The to be very height of Boorish to party can succeed for any Ness and vulgarity. The Crystal Palace has virtually closed and the Many Choice specimens of Art. Genius and labor Are soon to be withdrawn by their owners. The last Day was a Brilliant the attendance was full and in the evening it was illuminated with Gas lights. Kenosha was Well represented on this of the solid Reir were among them. Among our citizens were our worthy Bank president pie. And Hia birth place is not cured for a i h Itabac am very kill re Opio of Baraboo t. R j. 1, t i 1 t of Iid to the amount of about one dozen a com Jui to i pained me to the spot when All at once the considers that a Man is i full Sublimity of the sccm5 bunt upon my View. Graphic indeed must be the pen that can adequately describe it. There Lay a Lake As Broad As deep and deep As in an Oval Basin of the mountains the surface o Fig. Were it not for the fact that he j before them As the candidate for a High of fice of a party who unlit for office unless he happens to be born in this country. But that party is split Here among themselves and the order As a Politi Cal organisation is looked upon with distrust 4 i oof Square 12 lines or enc i subsequent a one cub Iliili Porcari 3t three quarters do. ,0nu half v. O be Quarter do professional and i Plain and Paney Job printing Oft Allkind i t in. M. V. Executed at this Oft coi Iii Tho i Noat App office. 61 main st., try and As wisely As the Captain Lii self views of his responsibility Nied up Ofutt repeated determination to. Sink with the ship. Length of time unless it is based upon Princi Ples of right and Justice to All the. Citizens of our great Republic whether born on our own or foreign soil. The declaration of Independence the articles of confederation the Constitution and Laws of the United states and each individual state Ull recognize the one 011 the same terms As Tho other. I Hope the which is nearly 200 act higher than the level of the Jar abut River within two Miles of it. On either Side but one the precipitous Banks composed of a kind of solid Sand Stone Rock rising two and three Hundred High gave a most singular Sublimity to the Prospect and when you associated the fact that the South Eastern Bank nearly 300 a. Campbell and lady. Josiah Bond and la-1 from All such dangerous pro by. Doctor it. Mckinney. Lady not along j Perly belong to the whig and Republican Pai l. Pierce and to Day i notice Sereno Fisk ties As they Call themselves and Are a part True democracy of Wisconsin will stand aloof j was festooned with Large Steep. That period of Twenty four hours formed by the regular revolution of Earth in which All the inhabitants particularly distinguished in the physical Economy i of Man. This regular period is apparent in All diseases and All the other Small periods so wonderful in our physical history Are by it in reality determined. It Isas it were the Unity of our natural chronology. Now. It is observed that the More the end of these periods coincides with the conclusion of the Dav. The More is the pulsation accelerated and John ii. Nichols on change the Doc or was particularly amused with the novel ties and objects of curiosity he saw in the cite. Lie met with a misfortune however As soon As he got to the Battery which rather took from his visit the zest which he otherwise would have enjoyed. In coming Down the River he took particular pains to keep the Correct Points of the Compass and when the boat approached her moorings he was All right but by some hocus pocus turn of the boat when the doctor stepped on to Trio wharf Presto everything had changed places the Hudson had turned round and run towards Albany it was also on the wrong Side of the City and Broadway was re versed. Although the Crystal Palace was in the wrong end of the town yet he enjoyed the time he spent there much. Nothing is and parcel of their Creed particularly after election. Toiv gentlemen Settle their in England. Find in our English exchanges the Fol lowing correspondence Between two members of the English House of commons Hampton conf saturday oct. 14, 54. Reference o your letter of the 12th, i have carefully read Over the report of my speech at the anniversary meeting of the h much Ford agricultural and conservative club As published in the Essex Gazette which i just have received. 1 have consulted a Friend on whose judgment Vellow rattlesnakes that basked upon the rocks in a july Sun by bushels. All your emotions were tincture with a recoiling horror vet with a Strong desire of catching and caging in a few of the rattling rascals to be carried away As trophies of the daring prow Ess of the visitor. There is no visible Inlet or outlet to this most singular Lake. The water is remarkable pure and transparent and abounds in All the varieties of fish generally found in the Crystal lakes of Wisconsin. It had been stated and such has been the tradition of the indians for the last five Hundred years that in the Center of the Lake there was a constant agitation of the water and that on a still Dav a subterranean rumbling sound was distinctly audible whereupon i desired jars. Anna was i and fairly educated in was born she was married Early and it was thought Well after several years of Ous wedded life she thrown up on Tho world penniless a tid with an1 aged Nix Jef or to support by Mie r i Wiki in baud. Young and in the in Imbt of Ion Eho went bravely to work input and secured a berth As t of the Arctic in i. On the retirement of her senior vireo Juart ago she succeeded to the chief t us of the Energy of character she had displayed As subordinate. And now it was the Joy of her heart and Tho aim. To Nake her aged Mother comfortable and each return the Arctic found in i something new to accomplish this one Day last Winter i her what she such a Ottlo big ship were she i Cully work at the pumps As hard Asl the last time i saw her was at my door when i gave her a sad bad my stage to anal Friend in Liverpool. The next Daj sailed to return no More and others too since gone from that door to return no Tiore. Of lion of that the language to our gentlemanly guide to Row the boat As offensive in which near the Center As he could. Jfe did so but t did not perceive this Traditi onary Pheno 1 oing in the Center i Felt As much Fer a Ide. One Wor slipped out . J caped his observation. He was attracted the therefore retract it and i beg to express my j Pride in slipping my body into this water As dealer in books stationery Walland window paper the .6 main. Kenosh a. 5 j f and build Nosha he is ready. T Street Kenosha he is ready Coni pare his work with of Buffalo and he intends to repair quicker and. Bet Ter thar Jiny other Den Lerand manufacturer in Iron Copper brass tin Ware shoves stove pipe a no 70 Wisconsin. Bing ans custom work dope to order John a dealer in groceries fruits of All. Then .oy8te season no. ,. M dress should in Ich i Yam e. At t c r new and refreshed life without this con m Here which a connected with it. This Inual change incessant renova Ion How wretched and insipid would not life be and now depressed our mental As Well As Prysi Al sensations the greatest philosopher of he present age says therefore with Justice take from Man. Hope and sleep and he will e the most wretched being on How unwisely then do those act who imagine Tayb taking As little1 sleep As Possi ble they prolong their existence. Nothing accelerates consumption so much nothing so much before the time and Ren Ders us of sleep. Its phys eau that it retails All the vital move Nen to. Collects the vital . Restore that lost in in e course of the Day and from us what is useless and pernicious. It is. As it were a daily Cri Sis Durins Wlinich All secretions Are performed in the and with the utmost perfection. The must not however on this account. Tend to All to care in like and Mchenry co Illinois 5 and be tar Tor Sueon farms for Sale to , con Antov at his Dup Osal. J no Antioch Lake county Illinois v3n39. Of the Wisest regulations of mature to Cheek arid moderate at fixed periods the incessant and impetuous Stream f vital consumption. It forms As it were Tai ions for our physical and moral exis ence and we thereby obtain the happiness f being daily re born and of passing every morning through a state of annihilation into Day the More and a feverish state is produced or the so called evening fever to which every Man is subject. The accession of new Chyle to the blood May in All probability contribute something toward this fever though it is not the Only cause for we find it in sick people who have neither cat nor drank. It is More owing without doubt to the absence of the Sun and to that revolution in the at Ost by the production of an italian artist culled live before the most persons of less observation would not have noticed the which this Early specimen of frail mortality but the doctor did and pointed it out to a female Friend. I Hope the doctor will take Back with him. Or Short a find in Kenosha. A. Living and real eve. Juiming with nil tic graces not Only in the body but in mind with which the artist has feeling of regret that i should have been be did Byron in swimming the Hellespont so traded in the warmth of the moment into trim Gressing the fair Bounds of Courtesy. I remain your obedient Humble servant William Beresford. The Eglit. Hon. Sir James Graham Bart m. P at Miralta saturday ,0ct. Sir i have received your note of this Day relates to an in Vou on the 10th int. I am satisfied with the retraction of the most the transgression of the fair Bounds of Courtesy i can neither ask nor do Siru More. Such is the opinion of the Friend whom i have consulted. Evening fever is the reason Why nervous Peor pie find themselves More labor during the night than during the Day. To become Active they must have an artificial stimulus and the evening fever supplies the place of wine. But one May easily perceive that this is an unnatural state and the consequences Are the same As those of every simple fever sleep and a crisis by the Porski which takes place tin ring that sleep. With propriety therefore be said that All men every night have a critical perspiration More perceptible in some Aud less so a Jim sit i u Ilii i a 11 thrown around this masterpiece of his work. Offi Jnive word which Vou say was i ought not to omit mentioning the fact of used by you and when a gentleman is me Tinc at the Palace one of Kenosha s Best specimens of Young men. Or. George ii. Benedict. Secretary and treasurer of the Crystal Palace. He was very much gratified to see so Many from Kenosha. And treated them in such an obliging and gentlemanly manner. That they will Ever remember it. It is not known yet what disposition will j eight Hon. William Beresford m p. Be made of the Palace. It was erected at a it strikes us that this is High n i 4. I i in creditable to both parties. One of them vast expense without a reflection but what it would pay a Large percentage on the Cost had the usual Bounds of Cour that the material would be of no account a Poh tical opponent and had used the oars were held while the writer of this article denuded himself the ladies with us were on the chore aloof from observation and plunged head Foremost into Tho Center Devil s Lake and while thus submerged c must confess. I Felt As if i might Possi Bly be intruding upon the dominions of his satanic majesty. And that some Cloven footed Imp might perchance catch me by Tho foot and pull me Down to the tartar an wigwam where the devils live. Two though passed presses regret for having been betrayed into through my mind like lightning. One was i am sir client servant j. R. G. Graham. After the exhibition was Over. The Stock at j i expressions which he had a i lit to consider one time was 180 per cent and now it is and he is neither afraid Only 2 1-2 per cent on the Dollar. The pro nor promptly to retract them and to a ability is that the whole concern will be apologia for having used them. Is there not auctioned off to the highest bidder and that something in this proceeding which commends it will be taken Down and never reared again it to admiration p. Paper. And mrs. Anna Downer his ult Worth remembering by All Anil by 1" those with whom identified the Arctic was Iii in club try longer Able to Strong men had at the Breaks and Given 5 of fit h or. Baalam to her from pump to pump lend-., ing a everybody had run. To. The upper _., Duck a few frantic with Icar All or two folding their clothes decently Todio the r Captain stepped below and d at the pump with Resolute and a forethought Pur pose there she Laboured and when told to pcs ill exclaimed caftan i am willing to pump As Long As lean Mark my of family and Home and the other was the loss the world would experience from the want of living pc Junco. So i gave one trom Candous kick and my head popped above the water. In a moment i was safely in the Little and in one hour More i was safely moored in the ample Harbor of col. Simmers excellent hotel in Baraboo. In conclusion i would Only observe that the time is coining when this present obscure and Sublime Retreat will hold a conspicuous place among the Majestic wonders of Natu o. And lie a subject of the loftiest kind of poetry As Well As for the speculations of the room list. O. Rel sight for the aim ing Back Tho hamiuer1 with the in its present form. It could be used for no religious co Simios a Tiik Sandwich i i it re 1 l u l j a purpose in this City m Winch it would pay. Froman 5lltorcstins article in the to ,.1. 11. Fine i 1s us. I Fujii "11 c3 believe Teaf fo1 Long continued1 sleep is one of the Best life. Long Leep accumulates too great an abundance of the organs too Flace Cid and unfit for use in this manner can also. In a word no one should sleep less that six nor More than eight hours. This May be established As a general Rule. Wish to enjoy sound and peaceful repose and to obtain the whole end of sleep i recommend the following observe the place where one sleeps must be quiet and obscure the less our senses Are acted external impression the More rest. One May see from this How the custom is of a Viii e in one s bed. Chamber during the ought always to reflect in others by which whatever useless or pernicious particles have been imbibed by our bodies or created in them during the Clay Are secreted and removed. This daily crisis necessary to every Man is particularly requisite for his support and the proper period the fever has attained to its highest degree that is. The period when the Sun is in the Nadir consequently Midnight those who spend the night in labor and the morning in sleep lose that time which is most Beautiful and the Best fitted for labor. After every sleep we Are renovated in the proper est sense of the word we Are in the morning always taller than at night we have then More pliability Powers and juices a word More of the characteristics of youth while at night our bodies Are drier and More exhausted and the properties of old ago . One therefore May consider each Day As a sketch in minature of human life in which the morning represents youth noon manhood and evening old age and never does Man enjoy the sensation of his own existence so purely and in so great perfection As in a Beautiful morning. He who neglects this period neglects the month of his life. Each of the numerous parties in this City Are now enc atred in drilling their respective j last number of the Missi l it j.1.j. In nil forces. The National democrats have no re y Herald we j learn that the total number of churches on Gular candidate for mayor they will How Ever cast their votes for the Reform 1 the islands is Twenty two and that the num i Ber of members in regular standing is 22. Ever Lull Cirii. Candidate Wilson g. Hunt. He is the Man 910. During the year the clergymen have of whom some years ago the following anecdote was told which is True to the letter performed 1075 marriages and six Hundred be and sixty live children have Boon baptized. The Arkansas . The Memphis express. Los the following Story of a Friend of the editor s who wont Over into Arkansas recently. To attend a that is n dance a the ladies upon this occasion were arrayed in their Best with All Tho Gay colors that an uncultivated taste could suggest. The gentlemen were dressed in Homespun clothes and none but our Friend had Broad cloth upon his Back. During the evening Sweet Pota he is a merchant and in the course of j the Small pox has raged fearfully during the j toes of an enormous size roasted in the Ash his business it was his Fate to become in. I year the inhabitants generally have suffered j is Woro Ila Cioci rounded to the company solved and he failed to meet his engage j severely. Merits. Cou pc of time he again com j the Church members during the year has been the total number of deaths among together with a handful of Salt for each guest. Man cd business and the lord prospered j 2.407. That their bedchamber. A place in which pass at least so Long in tit soothe this place. Pure sound j Roomy atty Potice Iti the Sanie situation. H Aronld Day windows one should eat Little and Only the new York dutchman presents its readers with a likeness of Captain which is accompanied with a biographical sketch of that Gallant Seaman. The sketch represents him As a virginian. His birth place was Alexandria he is now forty eighty Arsby age. One of the new York papers claimed for Massachusetts the credit Phis nativity whilst another the in. York express dutchman to Virginia. Him two fold. He preserved for him his honest heart and filled his coolers with Gold the product of his prosperous business. As soon As he obtained a sufficient sum this wicked Man ordered a few bottles of wine invited his old creditors to his House and when they went away each Man had a Check for the full amount of his and this Noble act alone ought to elect him but in these corrupt times of City govern ment where the spoils of office Are so Large that parties have told their principles to obtain them he will be Defeated. The politicians arc yet engaged in discus sing the question of the birth place of Daniel Ullman the know nothing candidate for go Vernor of this state. This question in after tunes will be ranked with those other mysterious Points of controversy which have been agitated in Learned circles last few years to wit will Saltpetre who struck Billy upon the subject of or. Ullman s birth senator Dick Inson in a very Able and Ucli Vitious speech recently at the Broadway Tabernacle settled this Point by the following Apt quota the whole amount of Church contributions is As follows Tor the support of pastors. 00 Church erection. 11.533 00 foreign missions. 00 total. 00 Tion that i was born you Well must know for any fool could Tell you so but move perhaps you wish to hear the Day the month the hour the year. All these i very Well remember t was on the ninth Day of Decem Ber and just if you la believe my Story Clark Hills who has his studio several Miles from Washington is about to erect a Large foun dry on his premises for casting operations. It will be recollected that this artist has been commissioned by Congress to execute an equestrian statue of Geo. Washington. New York nov. 9. Seymour governor by majority. Wood probably mayor. Wakeman whig elected to Congress in 8th a Beautiful Young lady soon became smitten with our Friend perhaps with his moustache and determined to dance with him. So tur Nikii to a Friend she addressed her As Fol lows Sal. Hold my later while t Trot round with that Nice Young Hose what s got on store our Friend was clinched accordingly lie could not extricate himself from the grip o the rustic Beauty and was obliged to Trot round after her for one mortal Hoin before he could obtain respite from his labors. He made his escape the first Opportunity re solving that he would never again go to an Arkansas break District. I am to pampas can work my a writer in Fredrick Dowlas s 1 pays a tribute to mrs. Anna Downer the coloured talks of have not seen a genuine Colt s will of Derter to describe some of the advantages of this weapon. The revolving Cylinder behind the fixed barrel is drilled with six holes into which one after the other the powder is rapidly dropped without being Forit to. Put in too much room left. For the Ball. Six then . A hand and so placed one after the holes. These balls Are of a conical those of the Iuie Rifle and Are made of soft Load. They Are rather Large thai the Lipps j but a ramrod fixed on a hinge in Der tote Boin brought Down by a handle on the lever i principle forces All l he balls in rapid Succes Ision into the holes. The charge now i perfectly air tight requires die Back of the Cylinder Are six Mppiosvlokper-., or and the taking a. Few traps. In his Ono on each of. These upon which the six shooter id loaded Caps being at the Back and not at Tho top of no 1 Fie Cylinder no fall off in and both charges and Caps being. Perrin edits have proved after Bonifi hours immersion in water. j. Mar itself in a line with a end of thu barrel ing. Ii pulling to Limo. After firing Trio by Imper revolves 6nc- of its another Hole with its Churgo id Aline Barrell. The barrel being rifled and the1 Chart is in the Breech of the the powder is lost and the balls Are carried. Further and with far greater precision thaa it v. From an Ordinary music1.-.this revolver of which marvellous tales the Western slates in South Hin caucasus. Superstitious legends circulate among the russian of a Young Gheen chief who hold Many pursuers at Bay picking them off one by one As they Attesi opted to Cross a Plank till the Evoh Denny muscovites having Sceri six of theii1 drop into the abyss below Bofo Woithe a single pistol turned and Flo d. More t stories of the american colonels Mexico engaging greater Odds than any British to Sailor in a Ever Ventu Rad k told by disbanded volunteers throughout the. States. Anecdotes calculated to propitiate peace society appear in Calico Viiar. in those ii Akers in the Ofa handful of Gold carriers Hare to drop their greedy eyes blink .aw.aj. Our own officers it the Cape of Good Hope who were. I graciously permit Tea to Purchase vers for their own use with their own. Relate their marvellous Achimov Meuth majesty s Board of pro Inanc begin Thorn. When British and Ilu Asia u shall have come to hand to a Iii fighting in t the narrow Aud shallow channels of Tow liw i Landis archipelago to May perhaps Wear Fiir them Uthit nov know nothing Over Andrews in of the Arctic. He says the 5th District. There was Voun Holland on deck who went Horton elected to Congress in the 18th Olowu with the wreaths of the Cir i cling his brow performing his self nip Sod District. Anil. Clark Hunker elected to Congress in the lath District. The whips elect 20 to 25 congressmen inti state. Tashek venerable Irish apostle of Temperance and piety is much broken in health. He is now on his Way to the Maderia islands hoping that the Milder climate and sea air will Benefit his Constitution. He does not Lack the cheerful spirits for which he has always been so remarkable. Duty to thu last and there was below As capt. Luce tells us Anna Downer alone working at the pumps and exclaiming Captain i am w d ing to As Long is i can work my Young Holland will probably have a Monu ment at Washington he was White As Well As Brave. Mrs. Downer Beautiful and prepouses sing was Brave but she was a woman and a coloured Trobau. Who would think of erecting a Monument to her it is True that she kept at the there was no Hope of Relief therefrom but in this she did to Lebest duty she alld acted As As Holland tub bask from Ali Ohio slide journal that Oil Day judge me Lifari gave a Jett Isitt Bank tax cases. Several of the Banks i Hadl procured Thi Connefy treasurers restraining them from proceeding ii Yahola treasurer judo Mclean be while in t he motion an d it Salt the. Injunctions perpetual. He decides that the tax. Lars of uti Oual and fool

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