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Tioga Eagle (Newspaper) - December 12, 1849, Wellsboro, PennsylvaniaLamlin Nero Poper to politics Orts Eck inc agriculture afr by j. P. Magill in county Pennsylvania at two dollars wednesday morning december 12, 1s49. Flow to fior a Wood dinner. Theu Jota it t t Hook lounging up one of the fast aft Coon with Terry the no Tri to of the. were Wilh a Concord of Sweet Aci ii area. They slopped and snuff am us License and peeping Down per Iff of crust so a incr. Evidently on like Poult being said Terry. Dogs that i woman s proper sphere. The following article is extracted from a late discourse of Rev. A p. Rodgers on the obligation and duties of the female sex to Chris let me urge Here upon Niy female hearers especially those who Are in youth the importance of taking loftier and better views of life than those taught by the rain world. It is a sad thing to see so Many of the Young and fair whose life is most a will not say a blot keen susceptibilities whose Noble Powers whose deep affections whose precious time is lavished Only upon gaiety and fashion Nishn till irks lobe one Lake returned Hook for inc Here no ten o clock and you will j a hat i be Able to give a you Able visiting who Wear the Bright apparel of j More than the other. I Book for the Book the nation i a fhe oldest in America. Published by the present proprietor for w years. Edited by mrs. Sarah j. Hale. Comparison Between Gode Yand the phia Mittl times. In1849, the lady s books Avo 916 is 116 More than one and 148 pages More than the other Philadelphia monthly. He gave 281 in which were 20 coloured and 93 Iuit is 136 More than one and 130 if we cannot attract distinguished names to our list of contributors by the liberality of our prices or the respectability of our Magazine we assuredly shall not try to gain the appearance of it by taking extracts from authors of great name and so mix ing them lip i our table of contents that they Shal seem to be original. Among the Many disc. Card. For the close of volume is deemed a Trig wished names in Bur. List of May j proper period to Anne tace to the patrons of this mentioned in in game Thutt arrangements have been comple. Of whom Ted which cannot fail to increase its attractions write for no other periodical daring the coming year the Best writers in Frederica Bremer William Howitt of the country will continue to enrich our pages department of the Magazine More Beautiful than promising a remitted exertions to Merit the Butterfly and Are As Light and Graceful and we i j b i printed no tort t Riti Nunila we gave in each number a piece of music i separately on tinted paper making .24 conversation finds no pages or 1-a in a to show the of leap Tol Era higher or More improving subject Thun the Idle Ness of the lady s Book this same music if .1 Nia it i j Tel lots worthy gentleman s wine and gossip of the Day the last party or the never j failing whose Reading is the a marched up the Steps gave Crable Trail which is inundating every Corrou v o rap with the knocked and was " v. Enervating and dissipating the minds lit of his astonished com of our whose life 3eems to be an j aimless frivolous life and who As they flit by a course he was quickly their airy provoke the , for an expected guest into the pretty creatures i where a Large party had already Pray Lake views of life loan Tho apartment beg Well nigh a while l would draw Frum Tlle it Alruna Henry w. Longfellow Rev. George w. Bethune d. D., . Willis miss c. M. Stud Wick Geo. H. Bolter John Neil Lowell Francisj Grund Joseph a. Chandler Rev. W. H. Fun Ness d. D., Are. L. H. Sigourney prof. Alden Rev a p. D., mrs. E. Oaks Smith continuance of the favor bestowed upon the Magazine we respectfully solicit a renewal of the subscription of All its old patrons and the the Sig i no cd Vas at taken of his intrusion people were laughing at Ilia bulb re Host discovered his mis in not to observe his visible pm piety nor one gloomy Cloud att inti Sirri Mienl. Ami ingeniously avoiding any of Likiu Siuty or explanation. Hook rattled on till ii Tivi i Tinct the attention of the greater Nir. It tli1.1 Iii Pisny in a Circle around him and Liurni elapsed Ere the old gentleman ims to catch the attention of the agreeable i Pardon he said contriving Al inst in get in a word but your name sir i in not catch it servants Are so Bomin incur Rcpt Ami i no a Cully at n loss Dun t i graciously replied Smith my name is Smith and As servants Are always making b Ivl or or other. I now remember bought separately at tic music exactly the. Price of the whole year s subscript some of i our Peculiar. Embellish menu s. Ladies work comprises every kind of needlework embroidery Ting Crochet patterns fur Caps chem settes children s clothes wedding dresses and out door costumes Birds of America. Coloured Flower plates cottages and furniture fashionable do lace work j Vignette plates at the head of articles Etc., Etc. All the above Are j illustrated by engravings. And m Intiso will also be Given a set of engravings illustrative of the costumes of All nations with descriptions by mrs most of to e old of the Book that were so. Popular last year will be retained and new ones added As they May suggest themselves to the publisher. A new novel by , will be one. Of the features Tor 1850. Our Reading matter. We have Long stood lat the head of the Maga Zine world for our contributions they Are always moral and instructive and such As May be placed eur. John Todd d. D., s. The names who desire ther selves of the satisfy fiction of what is universally to be Best Magazine in the i Talent intr is called to the following just of your Youthful sky i Sill some serious hours some industrious Momenta some Lime apportioned to the culture of the mind the enriching of the memory with stores of useful knowledge. I would plead that the capacities and aspirations of the immortal part receive some ministration and that the moral faculties be cultivated and stimulated and the generous impulses of the soul be expanded in labor for the Best Good of those around j before a family without hesitation. This depart be assured there a no Beauty like that of Good Mentis under the control of mrs. Sarah to 1 Sepha Hale alone is a sufficient is no Power like that of virtue for prone icy. Of the lady s Book personal Beauty May attract the ads ration of we May say the same of our engravings. We the bin hour but it is the Richer Beauty of i never As is Dotie by a co temporary publish r a i dec tent Model artist pictures As no Parent i moral Worth the loveliness of the soul that com j would allow a to i00u at. I i mands the deepest reverence and secures the i Huuey s i Ady s Book for 1850 shall 1 most end Urivi affection. Even men who have j surpass that of 1949, i no religion themselves but who Are men of and exceed All magazines to come judgment and Whoso opinion is Worth the Moat i and Admire a Ludy most who displays in Fie i Albert Barnes mrs. L. Ftp. Child Rhoads mrs. Aim Lynch Park Benjamin m. Henry t. Miss Eliza. L. Sproat Henry William Herbert mrs. I Joseph mrs. . Ellet Edgar a. Foe terms Vav Richarp unquestionably More Advah prot Moffat mrs. E. C. K Macy key. Rpbert i igneous to subscribers than those offered by any Davidson d. D., Edith Augustine j. Other work of the kind. Duga Rinc Caroline May Richard Willis Alfred i her this b Street Charles 3. Peterson Geo. S. Burleigh for in . Par Money in c g. Leland Rev. f which ii is remit we one copy a Ramird Rev. H. Hastings Weld miss e. To i r i Gart miss e. A. Starr John h. Hopkins t. S. F Graham and a copy of a Jarge and Magni Arthur g. G. Foster mrs. Mary Prmt u by a engraver and Winch Mav be considered one of the most Beau r. H. Stoddard Eugene lies Wward Grant be one of the most Beau White mrs. Ann s. Stephens miss Harriet far Tifful specimens of Art Ever presented by any s. I. Prime d. A Magazine and also a new trial last for adjourned i first week. A. E. Leffingwell Al for Titomas Covington township j. Ransom co. r. C. Shaw Stewart Lor Newcomb Bailey Kitchen Philip Kniff fun i Samuel Philipa inv Illiam Ladd a b. Smith Adra r of Hub Boll Frederick Pifer j. H. Gilbert Yine Baldwin James Bliler i same Benjamin Cuer gains township Erastus Fellows second Veek. Isaac Beach is of j. Lock. Evan hurries. _. Edwin Dyer Cora throne. R . Ezra Davis. Joel Adams. Thomas Dyer Charles in Iii. H. H. Rotter it j. Jon Allian scoring. Elijah Johnson. Agni is of i Redford. J. P. Brown it Al. I same. Ali Codorus Doty. J. B. Bennit John Francis win. Spencer Levi of Brood Dean Dalton s. B. Wellington Davis Drake co. John Ward d. P. Knapp Daniel Walker George Colby e. James Longwell. Furman for Eldridge Beach. William g Arrizon. William Hunter. A Mann it Al. . Mrs a l. Gray. No second hand plates apr ear. In tills Magazine or. Said Tain has entire control of the pictorial Del a text and beside embellishments from his oven assisted by some of lib c Best artists of this country. I Ham s Magazine. Or if desired will furnish i in lieu of either let above prints a Complete set of Nur mezzotint portraits of Ameri i Charles. Smith . Sweet William Rose can a Croft of the late War for five dollars twp copies for one year and r copy of either p the prints to each us b . Pur ten pol la five copies for one year came Nathaniel roots e. L. Abel Harris 1 James by Mclver m. M. Converse Ings which Are freely some periodicals Ribov a prints or a set of portraits to each will not find their Way into the pages of Sar subscriber. Under any Circuns taches. There j por Twenty dollars eleven copies for one of either of the prints or a set subscriber and a copy of Ltd Luman Stevens and a copy of the Magazine to the pos Lynster Newhouse for Johnson forming and i her of the c1a k inns or a severity dollars be a vast saving to the publishers in using such i and a copy of eith plates As they Ein be purchased at almost any of port rails to each m Price from Irful Down to Price of the Metal. The to John h. White. Charles Horsley. I Ilian Freeland. Theodore hut Ophrey. Philo olins Teiji Luther. Alexander. Altison. Andrew hitter. J. A Bennet Al. A r. Skinner. Michael Connelly. Peter Backer same. W. O. Eldred. Dorsett Herrick. Calvin Cowley. John Dickinson. James Merrill. A. M. Sweet a. Garner. Ti7 i Eaic Leit Cro of have to Iho subscribers on the of Hir Ria ii. Iii dear interrupted the Iii end of his Storty illustrative of servants i think the mis Iko Uii Iho present occasion does not originate n Tho Nurce you allude to i certainly did not Antic in Ito Tho pleasure of or. Smith s company it Limner no i dare say nut you said four in your no a i know and it i now a Quarter past five on human hearts Are All consecrated to the you Are a Little fast by the Way but Tho tact i of Trull and As an Huin ble at the Saviour s feet such a being is indeed worthy of the reverence and admiration of every j True and Noble heart and she will command it i even when the Light of her Beauty is quenched i and the Fiji Var of her lowliness is faded. But if her character the Beauty of if there is one sight More than any other in this world of Ein and sorrow which combines All the elements of Beauty of nobleness and of Worth it is that of a Young and Lovely female whose youth and Beauty whose depth and Rich Ness of affection and whose powerful influence is. I have been detained in the i was Alo it of explain exclaimed Host is soon As he slay to solubility of his guest Ivan in i do Yon suppose you Era addressing f Why or. Thompson of course j there is a 1 cart breaking sight on Earth it i in mull my fall or. I have not the pleasure is Llma of with the charms which of Ming personally known to you but having received your kind note of invitation yesterday on my arrival from Liverpool it fifth Street j the soul on the unmeaning flattery of a t air do trek came in a Xii family parly you vain and hollow hearted world running a Giddy 1 taken you at your word. I am Only round of f Ety frivolity and dissipation laying lavishes upon her daughters prostituting terms Cash in Advance postage paid. 5iagn1fickntsubscribers to a club or single choose Dilc tent engravings. J one copy 1 year two or the following splendid death bed of the Rev. John Wesley preaching in the Gwennap v America guided by Taylor und old likeness of the Rev. John do. Of his co labourer Rev. John , i though separate engravings we count Only As j one Premium. I two copies for and any two of the above i prints to each subscriber five copies for 810, and an extra copy of the Book i and any two of the Al Roc engravings to the per son sending tiie club. I eleven copies for and in extra copy of tic i Book Aud any to irks of the above engravings to j the person sending . Any person sending so in Advance subscription for 1850" arid 51, will be entitled to any i the above engravings More and most Liberal offers. I Johnson Deco Nora. Late of Ghitl Cenit t l i the Mas Fozine to the postmaster or person co., pa., is Beroby we to1 give the Best both in literature and off with of each of the n x f s. Pat Ferbon it co. No. 93 Chessm Street . Them upon1 the altar of Vanhuy or fashion and i for s1u in Advance five copies of the lady s Book 1 a co of either of Hie above sent and a copy of either of Hie above prints sent to each subscriber. They. Can in All cases select which they please. Art. Ions. Fashion plates arc of the nature of news the lady who wishes to dress fashionably does not ask of w Eliut was worn but what is worn. She does not biographical want in ia49 tie i fashions of 1848, nor in deccan an r it it food Ber those of August. Paris acknowledged f Centre of the Mode whence All fashions primarily originate. Aliy periodical which employs a pro Cess of them that requires trom Siree to six months can Only be compared to a newspaper that should persist in importing its files of foreign news by the old line of Liverpool pack ets or hire a Man at great extra expense to bring the news on foot from new Orleans instead of using and the Telegraph. By the my tied we have adopted a Cut giving the fashions i with Cali be completed in three or Lour Duys after of . To execute the same on Stedul and then color it for a Large edition As Many months. 0f Liis we had a. Striking proof during the Issue for by which gave the fashions four months ahead of or com i edit oils our Plati enables us to fur i Nish trifle the number of plates furnishing our readers with All the prevailing of Paris and London instead of a single Playle with two j any person for weird Iio a club of 20, or Yaj .1 is shall receive for Cut Splete i. H. A Rahorn g american historical dec 3, until you Gei to m. Bailey s have a a l i have Kepi you waiting for run not. Alii lint permit me to of my sir Nam a is not exactly it j nov lie Soi Distant Smith Corister Nalion Jones Surdy i Minnut i u Rorig must an in Rinion 7 i am really at a for words with which to apologize. You Van it me to retire Al present and to4nor i by Don t retiring exclaimed 1 your Friend s twp Itallie old gentleman. Tji Musi inv been cleared Long ago. If As . Lur o clock was named and i am Happy to be Able to Olfer von a seat v i of course eos ill not hear of Stich a Hilink of tres spacing upon the Ness of stranger if too late for in Tipre wore plenty of chop houses at part of the business was Sinarle Timber of the lady s Book 25 cents. The above arc Large sized parlor prints. The death bed of Wesley contains Many portraits Wesley preaching in the amphitheatre contains hundreds of and Cost engrave it. America guided by is a very Large line engraving arid Cost si800 to engrave. General Taylor and old one .1 i up in the future a cheerless and forsaken old i age and a miserable remorseful eternity. Of what is woman what her smile Hur lips of love her Oyea of Light what is Sho if Ihoko revile the lowly be curl love Rufly write his name upon her Marl e brow and linger in her urls of int j the Light Spring Flowers my meekly cow before her yet without that in Meiier Grace Shell be a lighter thins Ihnn vanity a Little of everything. A Bandemir and Beauty Are so very opposite that you often diminish the one As you increase the other. Variety is most Akin to the latter Sini Plecity to the love of popu Larity seems Little else than the love of being beloved and is Only Blum Eagle when a person Aims Al the affections of a people by Means in appearance honest but in their end pernicious und Are perhaps More vicious in towns because they have fewer a plates. Address l. A 113 Chestnut Street Philadelphia. Figures we often give three or four plates save you b. The lived up to. U j. Us v groceries hats Caps and Viiu a the and Call .11 n i l heo1 on land w . To inv i -1i" Jiny irae Niter ind Iii on Pur until fill e Tir Miry. new features. We have Many features and. Improvements entirely new in Magazine publishing which will be introduced into the forthcoming volume. We do not design however to solicit support to sail Tain s onion Magazine by promises. As of the Confidence in indic std in cur enter prise by it Liberal and discriminating Public i. Boo i avd Sibok Stoke to delinquent coi sectors you Ollk. Your dupliijiiic.-. Sci Toni up do term in a Ivil Igainia Viiu Jor Tuu b Atancio Ili ii Rem a i Uel unit ii Kali s. Com it. Der5 lean Kil i Ulver came to the be bases of -s.ti1t1i, of from tic is november a two year Oij. Run Csc unil Iii Attr a Diciur Iren a enfold. In Nail club c u tie , proving properly arid Inu i. Can ii up Tho same by App dying to thu -ubovi1. At tie u pollen More Tymn tripling the original subscription list in or s be. Great bargains. H. K i la in Pei if Tlly a forum i Ticus of tit ill Llie Public generally a gentle mems boots of every and Quality clock of wifi Eli he a Good size these platen cannot be purchased at the stores j at less than s3 each. Premiums Are Only sent when the subscriptions j Are remitted direct to the publisher. The Book for 1850 will contain several Hundred Good engraving i be Viry Quality and if like Liu oat styles consisting of Andi ,_1 1 he tics. Chil mans fild. . 13. 4 j a single year we close our prospectus Lor the new volume by Rel Errig the Public to a few o Tho Sarid notices of our Brethren of the press prom Fin s shoe of every Doscar Eplion All Maile by like Ising Only that there shall be no Diminu Loii of our workmen and Are new offered at the in exertion or expense to Coil. Prices. 1 j a the wishes it under Bra Oil that lie Ryphe subscriber informs the Public tar to rented a Iive Esiaba Ismeni Mir a is now read w Lotus of j every de scrip tin be usual i he also would state that cloths of Oil kinds arc. L the., mar cd winery new and in the bust the subscriber Hopes by perseverance and strict notch lion 10 business to Merit a former b. Drake tin cd and increased patronage. I postin asters and others sending clubs will oblige them All addressed to one j hence to them and will us very much by having the name. It is to i Convenie be a great Livor to. Us. Premiums to the towns sending the number of subscribers j the town sending us the largest number of mail i subscribers Tor 1850, will to entitled to the lady s Book for 1851 Gratis and the next in each subscriber shall receive any one Tural objects there to employ their attention or admiration likewise because one vicious Char 5 an appointment with a gentle Maji actor tones to encourage and keep another in ton the Sood nature Jones countenance. However it to Iii ply Rel tired to allow to enter a circumstances to believe the largest cities withdraw dinner less. Mrs. I no the most vicious of All an sex Noil m the solicitation the misses i change paper chronicles As lost a new silk j and at Kat Siriph recover a was prevailed upon to to one of the ladies and take his Al like Well furnished i pro ability the family of Jones never an evening before. Hook exerted utmost to keep the party in a con tour 01 laughter and make Good his first the mirth grew fast and furious in coup do Grace he seated piano Forte and struck off into t the those extemporaneous effusions which critical judges than the Jones astonishment. Ten o clock Ami on or. Terry being announced his v. Roundup the performance plan Atory Atanza i Ynn Ter t p we Nib Here s to internal c of 8nld whoa he umbrella belonging to a gentleman with a curiously carved Ivory Arti cles a razor to shave notes with the vehicle wherein ideas Are conveyed the buttons from n coat of paint a pin with which you pick a in i m not at Home from the party to night at ten o clock said a husband to his better and bigger half Don t wait for that i said the lady significantly i won t i la come for he returned at ten precisely. Lean on the world for if you do they will jump aside and you will get a you see a person continually Barking at and a losing possessed of influence you May know that he is like a dog at the foot of a tree he barks because he cannot is fashion a Beautiful envelope Lor mortality presenting a glittering exterior the. Appearance of which gives no certain indication of the real value of Sart s the acknowledged Blackwood of America. An impartial press has awarded to Sartain the credit of publishing the Best Mug Zinc in America. Their decision is founded upon the established fact that lie publishes better and More varied than airy of his rivals and single cents. One copy per annul and a Premium of either a portrait of the late Kex presidents Jas. K. Polk William Henly Harrison group of the Washington general West or. Henry Clay. Either of these engravings 13 Worth alone . Two copies so ppr annul and either of the above premiums "16 each subscriber. Five copies 810 por annul and an Ectra Maga Zinc and one of the premiums to agent setting up . Having made an arrangement with the publish ers Tot copies of the1 celebrated mezzotint picture the death ised of John we make the fallowing i t loll Milij or Rijk i one copy of the Magazine one year and the Wes Ley 1 Rii it 83, or Twenty copies of the Wesley nine copies of Sartain s Union Alag thirty doll Oaks. Features Tient leaven s out of French. , 1 Oak tanned Kip and upper leather of Iho Best Quality in want Thuve articles will to. Well to Call ant examine he lore purchasing Etsen Here hides skins und produce received in payment for and sonics Ike a Journeyman will find steady employ i itt h. E Smith Tioga Village nov. 28, 184u. Notice mid the in Zens of Wellsbury and Tipon county i incr Italy. Ore he Rufty informed that Thomas a Gre Dicey of Hie Tribune. Build Nur. Sew City and no. 10 a. Y., plus place about tin Yolk of i Yieh Iii ouch with Annga Zines. Cd tap la e Best i Prary amt i Ian and Karo Penis . Pnno and Hill i Misti nil hound works abject la order for ten per Milord e a swirl be left with Julius Sherwod. Tesij it Vevi Loborio and will be promptly attended to fire insurance. Riplie utes Nonee Hun he is a x Linin led edit Veyo Tho Saratoga Mutual fire insure i dance Alt to insurance will find it to their 1.0 m ice Elf air Tion Sto Hin. Al i s i. Is4 j what is concealed therein. Truth Over comes falsehood and cannot live be fore perfect Frank need. That Hei Paya Tor original Cortri Belicina More than All his competitors hence Lias Secu red ant Jioras of tie highest Repuk in America and Europe -7 great inducements ,._, to Silas cube Fob tue comic i volume i january the publishers of Sarta in s Magazine. Of literature also Art announce to tie read aug Public that Ali list to Weir Ivl Auzine Lor is acknowledged to be in i Abiy respect to any other published in this country they have made arrangements whereby the Magazine Lor the next year will Excel All its for her issues. Tie literary will re main Niider the control of its present Tible editors prof. John s. Hart of Philadelphia and mrs. Caroline m. Kik Klano of n. Y., who besides articles from their Owa secured contributions Froni Ilia Best. Authors Iff Evropi e aft America. including most Brill Tau to be , Are ii timely original being r expressly my Otisi Moazi Iii and hot selected Public Tor cheap. A steam ainu a a it rat ave Mill conjoined or the steam w Polis will be Arild Iep Araie Sii Kiaie a Ink and n i no irom Lawreie Ceville. The Mill and works Are Well made and in Good also a new and a pimple e aet. Pail Mac Hiriart. Including a 3j Inch Dolton circular site Atura run Critne Tor planing the Buti oms. Alt or Uny Purl of which cheap enquire of the subscriber at Elk an i. Or c p irks burst at Joellar Kuhst. Remember Trio in impressions Are not from a worn out English plate Bat new plate engraved in the highest Stylo of Tho Art. Their Money Early will get proof impressions. Offer extraordinary any new subscriber five dollars prior to the 1st of 1b50, Shau receive in Lawrenceville. Re Torii Lull sets of Sartain s Magazine Tor 184u and Elk lamp. 22, .49 it so and two volumes of Campbell s foreign monthly the washing Orr or Taiylor print thu securing upwards a 3000 pages flite Rary Maue Yanil upwards of 400 engravings for s5v the Post town sending the largest a Zniber of 1 to the of april next together with tie Advance payment j will be entitled Gratis to the Sii uie number of Sar Tain s Magazine Abr the year sol. For the second largest list each Suba Crelier will be entitled to one stoves i stoves of our Premium plites. Re Niemier these plates Fulu linux Hall tar Piid gop Kini arc of a , and suitable for a pallor x3l with or with Iii 1 v. Ii i i Sci Lur v i r Reives. Lur Yale. Persona wishing to get up a club will be sup plied a Star a Speni Inen the in Valijal stoves a Large Genera assortment of Cook Lor and Box stoves i aug stove pipe Zinc and stove tubes fur l. Robinson Tho subscriber would Jive notice of those i skiing to run it Muncy in England and pin Tsiu Austria Denmark Bithe. Mia beg mini Holli idl Pioche passage Tor any of their of Lite countries above named of this lond of Liber that lie is prepared to Iran act tins Roupli Arran Smegma made Ivich co., Tullio must a Vocab la terms and with Eal qty. In a i 1 t. I. Co., a re con Stitis in Reev 10 their i. No read Large Stock of a a Niia Vav truer Goohs and invite 61 Gap Del Ever pc Orr of Ere in this c built or. Nov. 13 a por . Two Vuke old oxen Are in alerted cat Lura be Fri inc. Arid Aill Bomfim Renso Tiabl Enqu if of Lyman wetmo11e in cot div. Or the cubs her Al cd nip on. T Din gun oct. 43, 49. Kuw1n vet More. Sash is Takeko take nonce mat the Sash factory at Covilie on is Nuwen Opet Bison and i to furnish or at the Sheriea . Fancy Sash of All descriptions made to Oriter it cutly Easil a wot s on Liand Kle Aee Tille 86, is no St Tomb i Ilia Irionda and the i Urlwin above a Var. Tup liquors 1a i . On in not Aird 50 is Laperl

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