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The Organ Of The Temperance Reform (Newspaper) - July 2, 1852, Cincinnati, OhioVolume 1. A Quot Quot Quot r the Organ of the Reform. Shed every Friday at the Ben Franklin steam printing Home by Valki Cli a r k i single Auber options a Iii of ten and upwards. Terms $1 601 00 All subscription Raust be accompanied wit i tie Cash and addressed postage paid to v Caleb Clare be be House it \ a Cincinnati o. For the Organ of the Reform. From the st. Lout to Peram a Rettery ret. D. J. Snow the following poem from a Santa be paper has not in ail probability had that extended circulation in this Section to which its truthful picture of the Drinker s course and its poetic Beauty entitle it. it a thought worthy of a place in your columns you will by giving it an insertion Confer a favor upon a Friend of the Temperance cause. R. D. W. They told me Oft to shun the bowl. By w. 0. R. They told be Oft to shun die bowl they said its Ruby glow was treachery a Wile to lure me on and plunge my soul in w6e their word seemed like the Idle wind and i believed them no for of 1 scorned 10 think Thafel shoulder or become a Sot. They told me that the chalked cup which now delighted so would soon be fihs a with sorrow s tear and dragged with bitter woe it vet still 1 laughed and still i quaff d. But Iti de what they said cd me in the fatal Stream he coating dead Taftt i Cou a lightly rpt Ink take w spree. But a Ili Nii rho dream d that i a a a Mokard a a or should be / 7 but All my hearts Ion jays Are Tel and i am left to mourn i a Pon tour memory a ruined shrine. The Hopes that never return. I saw my and Mother hawed beneath a Load of care i stood beside her dying Couch. And wept upon her Bier / for a too Well i knew the band t a that gave the fatal wound but soon 1 turned me to the bowl and there my conscience drowned. 1 saw my much loved sister Lade a r like an untimely Rose. For iter fond heart Chuld not Sustaito the Burden of its wore i knew that i that Flower had crushed. And robbed it of its Bloom. But Onward still i madly rushed amid the gathering gloom. And Aad and silent were the tear a my wife in sorrow ahead it for of she thought on other years and Hope forever fled i cursed ter melancholy mood a her tender heart was riven a she drooped and died but now she Shine a brighter Gem in heaven mi3tiuftntauj3. National division. The commit the on the state of the order would submit the following report a the Ord a in every locality within our jurisdiction Han been fulfilling its Mission with More or less faithfulness and . The attentive and careful student of the Temperance reformation cannot fail to see that it has been marked by distinct Era each one More important than the Preot Ding and. Yet All necessary paths of Aflfe great and perfect whole. Thus each association for the promotion of this great cause has been adapted to the particular work a a a signed to it none can fail to recognize in every successive step of Progress the guiding hand of god. In the incest pm of on order and through All the years of its useful existence there have been those who doubted the propriety of such an organization yet no one at this Day Wilt deny that it Lias accomplished and is accomplishing a mighty Beni Wicent and glorious work our Pastis it wresting our pres it full of importance Duy future pregnant with Hope. Blit we he vat Fife Lime to rejoice oven past victories or exult in present attainments hut the Providence of god clearly us press Forward while the same Providence As clearly says a a a this is the Way walk be it i it it emms to your committee that whatever differences of opinion May exist As to the Means by which the work is to be accomplished there can be no doubt that the Mission of on order is to secure the utter annihilation of the manufacture of and traffic in intoxicating drink. To the accomplishment of this end All our energies and efforts should be directed. To regard these its indisputable to acts. Thai the traffic in,.,intoxicating drinks in the fruitful flounce of pauperism wretchedness and crime that the train of evils is pot merely incidental to the traffic but inseparable from it that no police Regula Liona however strict can prevent or greatly mitigate these Ovil that Uro Are a a want duty of government Are not to regulate but prohibit wrongs not to License but to punish crime that the. Injuries int listed upon society by this Gigantic wrong there is and can be no repress after the injury is done and that consequently the Only adequate remedy must be a preventive one. It has. Been settled by the supreme judicial tribunal in this country that no person has a right to introduce into any Community anything which will corrupt its morals de a pay Ita life or endanger its peace. Upon this acknowledged principle is Bam Quot that legislation that asserts that the i Mil such -1>. A number 24. I a a Ttoe a a 1 Ipp a whip i. A Cosmu. Tax vol blessings of god not Many an dual of this body will have passed before Obe and Lesslau Orion duties will devolve tip or those who Wear the badge of tha amp leg of Temperance. A a. A a a the commit lev i concluding this re port would submit the following Ruso by to ions it i v it rift. Ii a rued that As members of Mcinty , we have the right and it is Bur duty to exercise into suppress by All legitimate and honorable Means the Narm facture of and traffic in intoxicating drink is a Coli 4. Retained that in in coming itis of i Empe Kance we give up none of our moral rights and Are exempt from none of our duties is citizens. Kij a. Remira. That wet desire will have and will enforce Laws in our respective localities for the suppression of this Man destroying god Disho Noring business. Of 0a.�f\ t a a a Jon a Emp Pic of Kaia near. Dow a. A ,. . Cadets. Father lady. Editor of the Niew York ail new England f adet says the order of cadets is of All other 4�m-Pcrancc orders the most important and yet it is the most neglected. The friends of Temperani a appear to be thoughtless and unconcerned As to the welfare of the Young and rising generation this does not Surprise us so much As to see the parents of Young. Boyl fold Ftp their arms and stand As Idle lookers on and see their Young sons go Sten by step Down the Road to utter ruin they do not Appeal to Wake up a tit it is altogether too late to save them�?1 11, alas they of eve passed the Rubicon and an inst yes forever a Hurt i a pm Rente we the emigrants. A Etc All i to and now 1 stand a blasted tree in sins wild waste alone. With not a Blooming Bud of Hope that i May Call my own j. Yet madly still i seek my. Drink and deeper drown my soul for o j my very life blood seems worn k drawn that cursed bowl 1 would that i could break the spell that binds Rny captive soul for now i Rei that ruin lurks around that treacherous bowl ill sign the pledge Lor of i m sure it never can make me worse a i May kind heaven Grant me strength to shun the dark Hiing curse. This acknowledged principle is based that asserts that the Rigi seize confiscate and destroy the tables of the Gambler the Dies and implements of the counterfeiter and which absolutely in to Ardieta the carry tug do Kef certain useful and lawful trades in i vein localities in Short All that class of enactments which is founded upon the inherent right of self defence. Your committee from the very nature of the evil to lie removed ate fully convinced that any legislation will be utterly inefficient which does not provide for the seizure and destruction of the a Nitro Merit which does not Brand it As in outlaw and Abate it As a nuisance. If government has no right to interfere with a Many a business when that business is destructive beg of you to awake to your duty delays arc always dangerous if sons to be a finally lost to the w orld and glug tic 1b w of you permit Yufer Tho w or about Raak of All the Means that god. Has i Peri in pm eternally lost without making Njie a a placed m a i 4, so Mim. A a i America u the Bright a tar of Earth which mid a waste of Cloud a Lauu its Beanie to Las is the most Remote and cheer the tag the offering. And Ike relished with the reaching that Home where Liberty i a entered and comparative happiness enshrined a like the Distant heaven to tac Christian Columbia prompt so rest to thy. Toil worn spirit had Waves her Noble Flag in every Breeze that floats towards her shores Beckon tag the oppressed of every clime to the great Asylum of ally the Temple of Freedom and Equality. Beneath her Broad Banner deep the fears of tyranny lulled by the knowledge of Security and transmuted into Gladsome conceits by imagination of the future. And yet with All the privilege Aad Blessing our country co Afef her Rei a a Atton fulfil not the dreams she inspires nor answer the drag grated Eine stations of her adopted ions. Expecting too much and weaving Rose garlands with fancy instead of drawing sober pictures with reason they come and though a greatly ameliorated Are still deceived. The per old hues vanish with diminished Distan be and smooth curves exhibit rough Angle a angles that Ever protrude in life. And Sharpen desires into enduring longing alter a the vague and limitless archetype of All. Ship after ship whose bellowing sails Whiten the a bears emigrants from the old to the new world tearing their affection from deserted Jio pea. To be Rebora and Blossom anew upon a strange re a soil. What trials what hardships what miseries Oft have they to sustain before what hey seek be theirs these we shall at j u a. That the1 every ref a Willod faintly to describe. Upon it mat me Ever tying you accountable. Do you ask what you can do to guard your Young boy from the Thoun Aih a of Lay in wait to allure and destroy the Young ? we answer in the tire to place let your sons that Are of a proper age become member of the order of cadets of tin Speranco this will do much to pm ont their ruin. It cannot be denied hut that thin is Well calculated to save do Young from utter ruin it �8 ago Nentin kit Tutoni to a ave tic Young Boya then Why not try it f let your son a become members at on Ewe assure you that you win soon see visible alterations in the habits and conduct of your sous. As soon As they become members of the order of Cadete their drinking smoking and a wearing habits will be at once changed you will then find them obedient sons in fact the first lesson they Are taught in the order of Cadete a obedience to parental commands. If this Noble institution will do anything towards saving your sons from ruin Why not let them Nave the advantage of Iti will you do it. We know Yoti think you will by and by but we again remind you that to delay is in Sec danger Tiff delay but a single Day to make cadets of your sous and it May be forever too late. Heaven Grant that you delay no longer. Temperance men to All the beat interests of his fellow men a �0�?z ire guilty of a grave neglect of duty individually and. In i ally then is the Declar to to Cyoung in not. Doing All you can to Aton that we have a right to enjoy and rear them in Temperance ways. A defend life and . Pm Feess and j protect property pursue and obtain Lippi Ness a miserable falsehood a worse than , at or society of ten can enjoy any of these assented rights in a Laud of distilleries and dram shops. These facts being All admitted it. A yet been denied that our order is Misti Rufed to of the slim tech Tearh to l submarine Telegraph Between the Cottu of England and Ireland be now an coup shed fact Aud an event pregnant with interest As regards the future welfare of a i it knit an. Article of. Do cd it furniture 6f anything to make them comfortable they Swallow the wretched a food furnished and breathe impure atmosphere and pay roundly for the lust a re a they enjoy. When they complain of the condition of things they arc gravely informed of better place can by obtained in the City at so Low a rate they Shoi ild esteem thet nietes Lor to Nate id selecting so an abode and every Effort will w made to Advance their Success. Such stuff makes of Enorse. An impression upon the me Suffis emigre it find he parts with a few More doll airs to his landlord to induce him to remember him when the fit-,1 Opportunity offers for providing him with animation. The Tao lord keeps. Him a Oil he gets his Cash and then turns him Well or sick put of hit Home with his family to beg steal or starve he cares not which. Penn a let he might a Wall do one As another. It As this world goes a Man without Money is no mail he is avoided As a pestilence and Only recognized for fear his forlorn condition May Render i if Deaper afe against his Man Noble Man depends up i his purse for his nobility and in proportion As that is lengthened or abbreviated arc his faculties Eta grated or forgotten., a a every Side turn where lie will the Emigrant finds . Waiting to a catch their prey and devour whatever he has let tote their ravenous maw. For his daily provender he is forded to pay fire times its Worth even though of the poorest . Every pos Aime Effort is made to fleece Librn. Of his a Aytla earnings and every tempt Fesq thrown in his Way. A Drain of whisky the rat eth de grocer will give him for nothing knowing he will Purchase another and another until the habit fastens upon him As Strung As death. The Etc Gran fete constantly advised against false Fri Nodi and poor incredulous fool he Swallow the Book baited to catch him and wonders Why be was so reckless after he has been dragged to land. Uona Idario All this All a the conspiracies against the Emigrant be it strange he often becomes debased ? rather be it not strange he arrives at any importance and Prosperity v when his every act and aspiration Are thwarted by the despicable wretches who swarm about him often the Emigrant after having braved the perils of the deep and the hovering atmosphere of death Larking throughout the close confines of the slip that bore him from Bis country no sooner sets foot a on can fair City than the seeds of disease planted in his system burst into life and Lay him Hel Pusa and weakened upon the Clinch of pain. Who is there to watch Over i to Bathe the in ring Brower raise the c Cooling draught to the parched lips none none. The hours elongated info Ages a bodily and Mea Tal torture rack being a Uto a very Parade Seo agony. How sad a spectacle be he afar from ail he holds door it leagues ton leagues from that land mellowed by association into an Eden of the Zodl As he groans the Leaden minutes through does not his memory roam lightning like Over shas Aud Plains and Mountain and Pear a Little Pinole of blessed Ness where his Youthful footstep wan from the st Louis Republican. Tub rap Perl. Aim a the washing Day this world a never Dull nor dry there to always something brewing and when one Bauble tires a we re tickled by a new one. One evening a round a table sat at Needle work. E or Bead. When suddenly e rep tap tap made a Leech particular hair a twee rap rep tap tap Lap rap away till one end Ell began to think the Devil Wea to pay. But fright a wild reign a abort and they to work with might end main went till soon the source or terror proved a source of entertainment. Then Aarya old wit who a up to Muff Taw wee seau Miniie a it a a and a they a Wonana a assures the Bint was a a Twig do Tahala a minute. Man Papps Waif i and Many a Ebiner rom nut Fob they wheedle every Day. Gome Aey that Angels have come Down to free the world from eve while others Cut their wanes up and swear that its the Devil bet that he a in an Angelus form the better to to catch be and Whan we re fairly to his net hell clap new under rap rap tilt tilt. I Way Well know old pm Day d1dym�o8. Pay is sinking gun daily. Of his recovery. No interfere wit i the of the country and it to a a erred tout As Sony of temper a Nee we cannot Legi Timaly a a ail thee to he fuhed usage of society we apprehend that As citizens to have a right and that it is our duty to exercise it of interposing tue Strong Arm of Law Public opinion against the terrible outrage upon the peace and Well being of society perpetrated by the manufacture of and traffic in ardent spirits. By uniting with this order we surrender none of our rights As citizens and the very fact that Temperance is the our organization Aud tie Bond of our Union imposed upon us an additional obligation to unite in removing every Obsta ele in the Way of the ultimate and speedy Triumph of our god like Reform. It is expected. Of a by the world that we should Point out the Way by which our race in to be delivered front this body of Ain and death. It is also expected that we shall stand with our Armor on in front of the Battle. Your commit a feel that while the Mem Bere of our order should be True to their division rooms and to All their obligations As hons of Temperance they should be exhorted to regard Tho extinction of the liquor manufacture and traffic in their several jurisdictions As their special business not forgetting at the same to one to direct their attention to the National councils Aud me ing that All foreign liquors shall be speedily placed under eternal quarantine. Let the Brethren not merely As sons but As citizens fathers Brothers men me that the Public mind a enlightened quickened energised by addresses Law Muaau temper Ance tracts Aud newspapers not Outing to employ where it is Poasi the as5b prese in the publication of Short articles on the subject of Legal enactment for the suppression of the traffic and take care that the Public a anti Modt is property a re. Seated in the legislative judicial and executive departments of the government. That Laws Are enacted in each appropriate jurisdiction embodying the principle Quot of seizure and confiscation Iff liquor and it a a a a. I regards the future welfare of this a opotry. On la Etoal morn rag at Louro Toek which was purchased 1839, and of Madame Adelaide for part of the Domain of Mone Estu. 3, that they have enjoyed the property for More ton 2�o years on what the considered a Good title and a Good Faith. 4. Thai the property has been made the subject of marriage settlements which have created irrevocable right for the married parties and of Weir children and finally that the Ordinary judicial tribunals Hare jurisdiction in iks ease. follow ing recipe used by a French physician be said to be a preventive of hydrophobia a take two table spoons Fai of fresh Chloride of Lime in powder mix it with half a pint of water and with this Wash keep the wound constantly bathed and frequently renewed. The a Horine Gas possesses the Power of decomposing the tremendous Poison Tad Render mild and Bartules that venom against whose remt less attack the artillery of science has been to Long directed in vain. It be unnecessary to add that this Wash should be applied As soon As possible after tic infliction of the bite. From Laid to 1823, the number of persons admitted into Breslau Hospital was 184, of whom Only two died from 1783 to 1824, in the Hospital of Zurich 222 persons Ware bitten by different animals. 182 by dog of whom Only four died. tuesday afternoon a open cart containing the Corpse of a Man and woman entirely exposed to via a was driven through the Street of Covington to the establishment of or. Perkins where they were col fined. Several lad to wore a the Street at the time and naturally were much horrified at so shocking an exposure. We cannot say with certainty who was to blame in this instance Bat certainly in a sickly season Ubea All kinds of Rumor Are rile and Are Bat too readily re like multiplied Waves constantly and unceasingly Bow the emigrants to our land peo Flag it in the North the sooth the bad and especially the West crowding our cities settling on Terri Orts and diffusing their enemy and Industry into the great arteries of agriculture fad Trade. No end be there to the Stream and tha period seems approaching when the Kings and pm Enteles of Europe will have he people to govern. Tha spots where parents live perhaps have died where dwell friends and relatives where every object is entangled with memory and even the hitter past assumes a lingering fond Nemo they leave behind and with tears and ahead tortures and heart aches consign their fates to the boisterous Ocean frequently less rude a than what lies beyond. Hus banding their fettle Means they Are thrust into rude Sabina by ventilated and half starved half. Miff nested their ordeal begins upon the first Day of their voyage. Sickness and disease Breaks ont and ravages their thick ranks snatching Many a unfortunate into the opaque realm of the great to beg Orpse follows Cor info the Tomb of Waters and the vessel Glide of lightened of the freight of one human soul deep resting to Coral caves that Stammet never reached. The living with Miar and body racked gaze one last far Wei Apon their companions and stifle feeling they dered and where log Neh and to came not for Kasnot destroy. Soon a the land of Promise j be knew not Whit they were a a a a in feint instant War Ufa amt / a trouble of co Vert a pub bodies streets the even with a Little would not he received by the credulous Sueh a tight Aronld d covering Fere or a cloth of any kind great and would be More than compensated far by a paring the Raae Mairy alarm which Taf display of two tark for Naif Eor Pae focal enl Atad to excite in the mind of the Narvoo. Cirth. Winters of memory seem to Ritj Anil gather in their Doii of time a tile of pain no age of crime a bursts upon their sight and a erf of Joy from their up. A driven like Swine into Railroad cars Tad Hadid together non decks of steamers won j me be alone How terribly alone but the dating at All they be and cursed and jostled of a a rude apartment opens and a Young and a ramped they finally arrive a Ltd a enters with a air of dignity and Wisdom a were sir Olio Roh her Amber tide personified written in his lace. He gingerly and nature Blossom in her Virgin approaches the Side of the w reached pallet and a tie a curious sight to observe them As with takes the sick Man s wrist within i linger gaping month and the ring eyes their Odd cos and looks upward As if for inspiration. He is Tumea Aad odder selves they gaze about them a newly manufactured physician and needs in at their first Entrance into the to aeon City a imagine their emotions in a strange land amid strangers of whom their partial knowledge Bat augment their mystery. Rough command mechanically they obey and follow fog each front in horrid shape terrors grizzly King regard this melancholy picture one Drake tron memory sombre in its or Earine not a Light amid the heavy Shade. A Large family husband and wife a Quot sister and six children varying from ten years to ten months in Glt a Are scattered in ghastly groups upon that base add Fth the of for Snarky Aad crumbly the Walls the door broken from its hinges the air noisome added to the wretched and wasted human forms with their glaring eyes Aad Skinny fingers twitching Ift. Pain a bight Appala he stoutest heart and Send a shudder through the most Iron Frame. Suddenly seized one after the tuner with that terrible Emigrant Scourge the ship fever a they yielded to the disease and no one is left to Load assistance to the sufferers. Here they lie the very picture of despair groaning utter aug incoherent exclamations and ring after water to quench their 1 insatiable thirst and the burning heat that consume their body. But All do not groan four Are dreaming of reality along the eternal slope whose first step is reached through the grave. Where in come not nor a re. Their Subtle Easen pervade a world ail glory and All peace. \ air infant there that the fever Jast has touched looks round with its laughing eyes ask if it had caught a Hupe gleam from its Parent s use. It clasps its tiny hands and waved them to and fro. Can it be sporting with to amp spirit of it Mother or returned to Bear its kiss to heaven a a peace offering for tier fins the dead Aud the dying there terrible a the que regarding those and praying for their Fate which tardily approach est awaiting perhaps the Souife Paris Foxton to give death an an gel shape. Nota foot profane the wretched piece not a kind face beams Over that wrack of. Cart i Tasesa. A yes a dog Many last Man s Best fast Freud watches each suffering face and moans in concert As though he would offer assistance if he could. He would die at least for those about him. Who could do More f examples of this kind might be multiplied. But Why need they during the late ravages of the cholera who that visited its thousand victims witnessed not such scenes As we Hare pm a Ted even More Barbarow and revolting and terrible ones Many died alone and other unknown tothe Publio and yet others were quietly parsed by some a pretending christians not of your Long featured splendid Pew routing kind. A the Board of. Health heard of such Onset and seat their officers to afford pecuniary and other assistance these Good Samaritans or the humane Sisters of Charity who whatever the opinion of to for religion acted not a Bly womanly religiously a Elf might Hare been a it Leo stealing oat noiselessly secretly anxious to escape detection. They want not their Good deeds vaunted Forth to the world. Acting a spirit not for effect Good deed Are deeper Graven in the eternal Book when Lhoir perfume be not robbed by babbling tongues. The poor Emigrant received much of Comfort and assistance from and Many a life was preserved by. Those modest types of Trae greatness Vilnit hut acting Universal philanthropists. A the condition of Only a portion of the Emi Grants be such As we Bare sketched Bat almost ally during the first years of their probation Biffie they become acquainted with the Mannas customs people Gad institutions of the country before they in some manner grow americanized Pas through a severe ordeal Many falling by its severity before they have t cached their minds goal. The Emigrant finds after All this country similar to his own where be he to labor Bat be protected from injury and aggression where the Broad basis of equal rights Exita and where every citizen native or adopted can by his own exertion acquire for himself wealth influence and Honor. Tie indeed a glorious land who i aspiration for assuredly the knowledge of i w flu not Ezek him mfg Tombia. Art can. Bat Little nerve him. He la trying his j a com titty. With a thy be ult i Tow hand upon i poor patient and if he kill him it it matters not who Wilt he the win a or the loser a. Mere Bungler at Bis Trade he pre other like lost sheep wander through the streets scribes a remedy the very opposite perhaps of often unconscious where they shall Lay their a hat he should and when he Calls on the mor Heads. Nor do they cure they Are a blessed Row for i patient he hat none. Through in ameriam and surely they cannot want in their. Measurable distance has hied the weary spirit new Hoare. Deluded creatures re Many Dayan the once enveloping Clay Bee there stiff they will Fecera the fallacy of their dearly-1 cold Aud beyond the possibility cherished ideas and learn the great hut fearful a of further Jay or pain. Pitiful and pitiable Are the moire anal dra Mas with fearful termination Oft hidden from the of a a lesson tie world be purely Seiffer nor eares Only Lor itself they have entered upon another stage of tribulation opon which Many Wim perish Aad ethers remove All difficulties Between them my Fortune. A if not stripped of their Means before their arrival they soon will be As the ignorance Aad Ioco Perteate of the pm Reata serve m pretext for plundering them of their Little store of wealth. They Provasty seek a lodging place in oae of the filthy bearding House which Are Numero a about the levee and in other Quarter of the City Aud where they Are charged any rate they will Orcen pay though the accommodations Are not Worth Twenty five fonts e month there Low boarding Honan employ spies to ferret out Good Eusty Mem end get a huge per cent for bringing them thither to he Foisiy robbed. General Eye in which the emigrants Are the suffering actors. Ourselves have beheld what Many would scarce he l i eve ton id exist to on City without speedy Relief and yet found Noire. The vast amount of poverty and wretchedness and suffering among tie Emigrant population be unknown except by those who search for the Means of being charitable not tarrying until the cry of affliction assails their a an. They penetrate the forbidding residence of to and peering not upon the threshold mingle with and relieve it to the extent of their purses. Up the Blind Exley to the chattered Garret and the dark cellar they go firm in the great purpose of humanity cd strengthened by it pare teaching Bear count trial wage Cha Friend gives us a amusing idea i hitch Jud be a the following sketch a he was about to sentence a prisoner on looking around for him he found him playing checkers with he custodian while the foremen of the jury was fret asleep reply Mahinag the ample judicial chair with i broadcast person he the Eddra Reed the jury muder Vore Mau Aud t Oder jury ans Der Bradner has v Teeter is inf eyed i game Mit Der sheriff and has neat him. But 1 shall Dake Gare he Don t pet Are. Han a been Drood for murder before you Ami you Matt Priam in Der Var Diuk. It it Mast pm Cordin to Law. De Man he kill to Wasny to kill t at All for it was braved he was Iode jail Ottmo Risdon for sheep dealing. But Dat feh no madder. Draw Seys Veo dare feh no tour Tyon give Mem to Der Bitao won pit Here Der ish no Toad to to you see Der prisoner feh guilty. Pes idea he ish a great loader. I Haf know a him fifty year nod he a aha to tone a so ditch of work in Al it Dat dimes and dare fell no one Deben Ding Ubon him for Deir Liva a und he feh no use to no Pody. 1 Dink it would he Goot Blans to hang him for sex Aroble. 1 Dink Mir. Vor Emaus Dat he Potter be Hung next Fourt of duly Asda militia feh Goniu to Drain in anode Grondy und Dera would be no Ven Gonin on Here it should be added to foe credit of the jury that m a Pitonof the a Learned and impartial charge a they Aee Aitto the a prisoner finding him a not Gully if be would leave the

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