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I'UDLISHED BY AN ASSOCIATION OF I'RISTEICSOFFICE ON mNTLU'.S ALLEY, BETWEEN UNION AND DEADEICK STKHLTS
NASHVILLE, TENNESSEE, "WEDNESDAY JULY. 2, 1802.
Jabibson Connin Jirrctorn.
Ji'lIN IHllll r'.MITII, M;p..
W II.I.IAM f-HANi:, lti-,,lT.
JOHN I III WllI.HV, .V,r..il.
Iirjiuty JforidiuV W. II. Wllkihl"n, A. . Tucker,
tin . J.i.ter J..U 1 I111&.M1 y,'-.Ve , Ural ;
Jon. I.. Ilynn. Set .ind ; and John K. "l .! ii k , llniil.
Tar Juneir-William Driver,
Krniiiic d. refer-- . II. Mine. k land.
UiiT r.w CmI.-.i. r r n onrrctt
7'iro.Hrrr II. lieniy.
HJl.ll Mnilrr Th ill B la-like.
H"lrtntmlrnt (Vie H '.rJe- I Q 1)M.
Stii"n,ihlrnt t l H u'T II .11 iU Jail" W alt.
l'ii 0 ffie Put .,.li mml John M Si ahiu
.SWf.nl 0 Ihr Vn.l. , .(-T. II. Ill llriilc.
Mrftl Oreitrer J. h- Mi wart.
I'Ky Allnrilrjl J11I1M ,M' i liilll Blnllll
flt.llril V ll'icriin-li M. M. IIiIcmi, I'r.'Kalebl ; 4. K.
Newman, O A. J. Mnylleld , li. A Snivel, Win. S taient
liain, .1 C South, M tl. I. U alburne, an I .In K0I1I1.
(.',nini'..ii C.uii. il '. I'.' Jones, Drerl.ler.t ; William
llnb.rla, T. .1. Ynrl.roin;tt, Win. Driver, Win. S-.tewarl,
IxmiI. llniijh, W Mii'libs, James Turner, li.M. fVnilli
vate, A. J. ''die, J I'm ", AihIiow Anderson, .1. II.
Kr.owlca, end J 'I " 'Vcii'ly.
H'AM.IMI CiiMVCTm.-l of HOT OlTV C'llHf IL.
J',i,,iu - Knowlt'f , rV ivel ami C do.
Iluor ll'iu'. Viuli I'K'Ml, Hinllh uli.l C!ulli"rne.
Ntrr rta-VurliriHigh, Turner. Hilthftale,iiivil,Ilrl'
Ma) IW lil, Cliratli.ini ami 1 l.-.lli"riie.
,, N.iwinun, Stewntt a'l'l TurmT
;fn.i,7l l.il,r, Mnydel.l anil S'ubii.
H,),hiI' Clieiitliuln, lla) II' lil uli'l Knnw'ei.
fire 7irji.irfiii. il I n a.ly, Druer ninl Nemnau.
f.ua Drer, I'lieiilli.iln uinl I .ivia.
Crmrtrry III i I It . MumbiI anU Nl'WIIIHII.
Al l. I.I N..i..-- It.il.i r Im , Sleaarl umt Tiiiiiit.
,M,iri HhiikIi. CH'orlie anil Duvlfl.
i'uee ( hralliain, III I. II ul il Ainl.-i 'II.
Hltnilyi lliuKll, (':.!. Inn DO Ullil llrt' II.
II'mi tn'ii.c I ln':iU..iiii, Mnyll' lil .ui'l Kmiwli .
nijirnirninila gwl Espm-liluM Ci.le. Srun'l and
I'ulilif llnlet ty llrli II , ('licalli.'llil ullil Tin ner.
JVW J..B.4 May II. lil, Join'H uinl K"K iU.
Plia llird l Alilerinen m.'nl ttio Tuesilaya
ntxl iiri'eeilliiK ,1,J litiiiiiI hi;. I I' .iirlli Tliui mlny In
rarll ni' lilli, anil l In" Coliiiiinn O iimil tli" aei'uinl
anil tnniih llinr. iliiyM In fticli in"iuli.
fir l.ii ii'iiiiii Win. Varlinmli.
(v'enii.l M"i. miiif .Inliu II. lUvla.
'iV.i'.'i.n'ii Wni. .lai kn.-n, JdIiii ( uvn'ler, Mrli Pa.
Yla.Jm'l l lill'liw, Win llik'ir, .I'.lin ('i)tlii II. William
Mayo, .Inlin KhrIw, J. W. Wright, John I'uikelt
Hi. but Sailt, W. C Fruiii'ia, Tlimnaa Frnnr:n, Anilrew
Juyce, lUrnl Valea, anil LTiarieu IIii'lU.
00- The Tullco Cunt Ik c. in tl every iiniiiniiu lit
jAiTt" JunieH M. HilltoU. llrimtii t Hioii.-,n Hull
vin ami J. K. lliii'tiai.ali.
ttryiilcr Plilneai. liar re it.
T'KUVr W. JiiKper Tn) lor.
I'on.iirr N. H Hele' a".
oiieer -Joint Corliitt.
rt r..W.el..r-J. C llilley.
iair.'.Hl 7'.i.r I .,11, . W. D. K'll'ei U'.n.
;-,,.l,l,, f.,r Ihr ,i.;,r.H D..i n'l .1. Im D. (inwe
ami .1 I.. New itiiui.
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t l,,l-V. l.in.lfl. y Nu ll. 'I.
AtT'TIi'' .IuiUi'm (oinl inn t i the tlrtt Moiiil.i in
e.u'li ni"iilh.aiil Hie iiiat l.-rly Court, romum.' il
Hie Iti'UHtlul.Hol tin C'lilily, l Uel l the lir't M"!l
1'a) in J.U.U .ly, April, .7uty an.l (ii lolier.
JiiVlloii. Niill. uii. I D ixl. r.
(7. i h D.IV..1 C. I.ove.
44tTIid ( "nit tnoeia the li r I Mo'n'uj In Marili
niitl rteiti inbi r.
Jni!.r"llon. William K. Iiirner.
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1 g Tlio Coml me. U I lie M ,t Men, lay In A j .r i ! . An
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CHANCE. flY COUHT.
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thK.i't their litll.oii imi i.t 1 1'nl'ii itit Sirn
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,,n ba lliKl and ti.ii.l We iu il.ya in . h i.i.vi, i ),
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Kwrn, H'ril.f ; II H Cutter . Ti . n.un r.
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AlUMS EXI'KKiS C.IMFANY
tH 1 II K N .'I , l II I lihl M 1. . . I
I'eit in wi.li'i li I" et"l I i.igl.l and l a.:.
the M.'ii.'i g T: "1
vnia. and Nibumix
ti.unt l.ni-f the av.ine ol c,e u, -, 1 1
Davidsun Coi'ntt 1)ikkctoht Continual.
MIIITAUT QVAETTRS AND OFFICERS.
fu4 Ilraiii:uli.ia no lli(li alrn't. (Irn. Duim iit
Dufri -lli'ttl'iiaiter on S'nuimer itrwl. (Dr.
Foril'a realileueo ) rnj.l Grain, A. A. O.
I'rntaM Marihat II' R'l.tmrteri en Clmrcli itrwt.
(Fcniiile Aelilemy.) Col. Stanley Mattheaa.
rhh Jiiinl ttuirit'niiHftrr Heailquarlera ou
Uirn v klui l : Hu. 10. (Juiliiu Cutrun'i rcaliluuce.)
(.'ant. J. V. ItlltLll.ntn.
y.i'n.il yrijr.'.Tin.iiffr Climlanni.ril I'xt Caj't.
.i.,,ii fi.iry.TiHiui.'r Vine atri-et, r.nar Mra.
I'. llt r.-ni., nre. taiil. K. N. Limb.
fiiuiif fvmfrriii'iifrr No. 37, Market street.
lapl. J M llulo.
fV., ruiiiwiMiiry-1 l-'.d4u.irtumf Nil. 10, Vin. it.
Cai't. U. M.u leely.
f 'uiiiiiniry a Sul'niitrncc ItiiMi'l atieet. Cupt. 8.
Arlitxj C"intmMai y of .fc.'ill.in'ilf-('(irDl'r of llruad
iiul Cullte atruela l.ieut i'lmi lea Allen.
.t'ie-'il Virti-tor Mtiiiiiner rtnet. (Dr. Foril'a oM
riHiileuce.) f'urtfi'.'ii, K. Swl.'t.
MttUrul i'aiteyer'c tjli'V Clmrcli atrect, Maaulilo
lliill!iiii;. J. It TiiiTi k, Suriiri'ii, 8tli Kentucky In
fanlry, Aetmg M-illeal i'tirvnyur.
ARRIVAX AND DEPARTURE OF MAILS.
Ki.rllieru Mall, via iHiuinvllle, nrrlvea I ally, S.30 P.M.
" . " leaves " 7.45 A. M
Ci.liiinl.la. via T. k A. It.H. arrlvea .80 P.M.
" " " leaw'a ' V.tOA.M.
Sln lliyville, via N. A; C. K.P, nnlvea " 3.30 P.M.
" " " loavet " 10 00 A M.
I . I.nnoii, .... arrlvea H.OO M.
" .... leavea " S.C0 P.M.
Mi-mi'M Mail, leaves Daily, via Uniinvllle ami Cairo.
I'OST-OITH'KS OI irN IIKV(IM) LF.DANON AUIV
lliiriluiiriville, Sm lilt villa,
WHtiTli)V.n, .Iuuuiiia"a Fulk.
1 OSI (II Fli'lH (IN LINK (IK N. fc C. KJH
1 iiffi-ei'ttuiro, Fonlerville,
J.it.liLU'a Valley, or Miell.yvllle,
( In IhI lanft." Palmetto.
B. Ti. CONNOR & BRO.,
run !i issiosi ri i iuiia.mh,
NO. 6 COI.I.KdK STHKCT.
cv StncU iirat rrcrlvrd and for .ale
low lo cloao out Cniiilgniuenla,
lll'li. l-all, lor rul" by
CIINNOK k 1I1IO.
boms it.Vl.T, for ale by
lONNOlt A IIRO.
!( (;oil KCI'Ki ri,r alo by
) J ai 8 CdNNDK t HltO,
4f bill.. Coal OU., lur aale by
COX SDK HHU.
1 hall bbls. Coal (ill., for salrhy
It ap s
1 f,M diuell Ullooil.-f.for aalo by
lt)J ap 8 CON'
CONNOR A I1UO.
r.l boaeaSOAl', (or rale by
CONMIK ft IIKO
rjbonw M'AKCII , for Bale by
CONNOH A IIHO.
CONNOlt A llltl)
1 i) i heels TKA, lor sale by
I s l
It) half rlientTF., for aile by
I ai 8 ( I'NMIK A Hlill.
I i) e.nli.'i 1 :. lor aale liy
1 ap 8 CONS'llK A HltO.
I I h .xi" Venal POWDIJt-i, lor sale by
Vy.J ai8 ctlNNiiK 4 IIRO.
t)e ski SODA, lor aale by
V I ap a CONNOlt A IIKO.
1( )( ) "T"" S, Kr(Ali Mu'1' Ty
CoN'NOK A IIKO.
),". hnaee Hlar CA N Dl.M, lor aale by
- ') up 8 lON'NOIt A HltO.
liii' COFFKK, lor Balo by
wfj ap 8
OISM1K A (at.
lible. VINKtlAit, I f aale by
CONNOR A BRO.
j k,, AI MiJ, f r
CONNOH A into.
.) I kiln
kits W.U'Kl Hi:i.,(
or ra'e by
CONNOH A into.
r. kit HliKHIM), lor sale by
O ap 8
,) kite . "HAP, for sale by
-w ai 8
CONNOR A MHO.
CONNOR A Bill).
I ( libla. I lt"l r, lor mil by
1.' ail 8
CONNOR A IIHO.
1 bh:n. MACKKKIJC, f..r"alu hv
IV up 8 IXJNNOH A into.
I bins ( una: tr nlcby
up 8 CONNOH A HI'.O
I ' b -xea dried ilr.illNil, for aale lv
IU ap 8 lnNSOK A HH'I
H. hot. a 11, ed S. ..li, I, t"r tab' hv
) ap 8 CONNOH ft IIRO.
O kiva NAH.-, fur miIv by
OV ai8 (XINNOR A IIKO.
bbla C, udlie.l Hugar, for aale by
ll I a
8 t iNNOlt A BRO.
1 . Jfi b.ika MhAI 7f-'r
up 8 CONNHH A IIHO.
1 1 III K, lor "ale by
CuKNOR A IIKO
ka HAM f'f sale by
CilNNO A HltO.
l.AVi'K A into.
0() '' SIDI-., lor :.
iW l hula tine I'iili'MJ, ,.r aa'e by
ap 8 C.iNNOtl IIRO.
f) lioxea In all l, aid. II SIHl, I r a . le by
fOV ai' 8 t us NilK A HIIO.
Shh'i Hun u ! IS, U,r m'v by
Hp H CilNNUli A into
i l.ei'.ea Cuniimied II 4 MS. with a Urge lot oi a
LV foria o li.vi.w, whli 11 w i will cloae out ow, at
imr t'l I 1-1 III 1, Nil. 6 College atrert
ai 8 U U tMNNoit A into
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h iJib, ri'piir'hi ue du.ai aid , ta riMM t
fully iuk-d to Una n'tU e. No Vl ! li h k atrtn, e
oiid U'Xir, lietwivi. l ln-fiy aiid 1ia Sjtiaift.
1'r. i'oi kU if an fid pnu'.lilifJmi of (iieilu iim; hil
KiitioHt inn in ted ciH urih't' auil .Uii'Tiiijt im.'ari
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Committed to Jail
OF Davi laon Omnty, Juna l.Mh )HJ, a m gr mm
who aaya tin name i A HI! A II A M ; anya ha beloma
to Samnel Atknon of Ctieatlinin county Trim ; ag-i
limit 1 or yeara 0ll,ueWba nlxiut 145 or 160 la .
& f'-.'l 2 iu hea Inli, r.op.er rel'ir, near on rhiuk
are ni i,n li i h long, iran 11 a ,'jir edgn f i he hair al.uva
'1 lia owner ta requaateil to come forward, prove'pro
p.rty,ind pay charger, aa ilia law direem
J M IIIXTOV,
une'i 31 Fher Iff and Jailor of U. C.
Committed to Jail
fV rWvilon imnnl. ItiM Ol 1 --"ri
KJ who my 9 hii nan. n HOB ; nyt wr
to Thonuu Walker of Minrf county, Twin.;
klNiul IH or 1(0 yi-arn oi l, wuih about lft 0 pnuLtiH,
i i in lie tn iiU'g'it , y(r birttK, do nv.rku;
Th" owner U rfnu)tU( to com forward, iiruve pro
tyt a tl p.j chargMS. as tl e Uw th recti.
J. Bl. I1.TN,
Jim 29 at SlierlB anil Jailor of I), C.
Committed to Jail
OF Davlilmo ouunty, Jun i:i , 1KI3, a negro man
Who aaya Ina name la AKTIIL' II ; and bel.ittga tu
it in C. fniirt of Warren comity, T'nn.,ng'd iliiut
46 yenra ; weihl abont 14A or IM imumle ; 6 fai t i,
iui hes big l ;iior blak ; lieaty wbinkerH.
The owner li rwuiiuati d to come forwaril, nrova
proHirtyt and pay charges, aa thn lawriirecta.
)iine2a 31 Rherllfaad Jailor of D. C.
Committed to Jail
OF Davl.Unn ouunty, June 2:it, lutiJ, a negro boy,
who aaya hie name la AI.X,and belonga to Win
Mcllregcer of WI bob CO.; are yeara old ; weigliB aliout
100 or Itio nounda ; 6 feel s Inches hiih ; color biai k ;
Hear on auiind nuger on lall hand.
The ownur la reoneHled to como forward, tirove
property, and pay charges, an the law dlreeta.
J. H. IU.NTIIN,
JuneC3l-3t' Hherlff and Jailor of D. C.
Committed to Jail
OF Davltlmm county, Junn 2 18'ii, a Dcgto tuan,
who flays hli name ii IM N IKl. ; vnyn b buionK tn
Mrg. I.nxinkftC'. Mrown or ANury comity, nour Sfrli fc
Hi I.Tetia; uga about V:t yeuraoM : weinh atmut 170
or 1H0 nmiu.h ; & fret 1J' tuclioi hih, -null wur tu
Th owner in rnqmnti-d to oom'J forward, proye pro
lrty, uud puy cUiirgi ai, tlitt law direct..
J. M 1ITNTN,
JuoeJW 3t HWHTaiid .lailoc of P.O.
Committed to Jail
OK Pa v id Hon county, Tenn., June 10, lHrt?, a tfgro
girl, who tttivi her intna m JOANNA, and ImlouM
lo lifhert Williaina, of Kraiiklin, Ky., ftt-t thout 17
or H yearfl ; b feet i inc hea hih ; ; wi about liO
rouu'ii ; dark rnpiHT oitur. ihe, owner i reitnesfd
t) wmu forward, prove properly .and (ny cliires m
in. law (iirecia J. m. himm,
)une203t BherllTiuid .failr of p. (.
Committed to Jail
OF Pavld.oii coiialy, Juno Intli. 1H02, a negro man
who lava hlB Biinio la MILTON ! aava he hel- iurs
to Joaei'b Carter, of Alarehatl county, Ala', iiko aliout
21 yenra ; weighs 106 pouuils , 6 feet 7 lurhi a hih ;
color black , n ar by bum above the light wrist
Ihe owner Ik reuiivied to entile forward, prove prte
perty, aud pay cliargeaua thu law dinta.
.1. M . IIINTON,
lunula 81 Hhenn ami Jailor II. C.
Committed to Jail
OK Dividaon rounnty, June Kith, l3ii,a negro nian
who aava hie n-itue la DAN'IKI. : aire he belonsa
to Richard Dona, of MitrHhall ooiitity, Ala.; ago alrout
al cr 'it yeara; weighs ltlu or ltl.'i ID.; 6 feet 8 iucliea
hiKll ; lo mai ks - color black. 1 lie owner in repeat
od to c-Mne forward, pptvo proiortv, and pav charge
aa the law illrecln. J. M. IIIMIIN.
Jitnolri 31 r-'herill and Jailor, D. C.
Committed to Jail
F Davldaon comity, June 11th, Inn, a neum ai.m
V who Bays hia name U AAKON ; aaya be bclunga t'i
Jo Carter, of Marshall county, Ala ; aped about If
yeara weialia about 140 or 16 pouiida: 6 leel a ineln a
high; no uiarka ; color blaok. The owuer la r-uut a
od to tvmie forward, prove properly, aud piy i li.rgea
w ino i.iw iiirccu. J. at lllM'la.
Jil3eli-3t Sheriff and Jailor ofli. C.
Committed to Jail
I r I'avntson oounty, June rilh, 18i a neiro man
J whoBiya Ina name la ALKX ; taya he bul'.uvs
to l.uey Smith, of l avi laoa iv entv. Teuli.: awed
aUmt 31 yeara ; weigh 146 or U0 poumla ; 6 f. el 6'fl
incut a nign ; copper color ; uoinaiua. lliuown.-r a
l-eiiiicHteii lo come lorwanl. urovo nrolulrtv. ati.l i,ae
,-uargea a mo i iw Ull l 18.
J. M. IIINTON,
ul.elS-;lt HI, i riH and Jailor i.l D. C.
Committed to Jail
OF DaviilHon county, .lutni It, Imi J, ne-rn nun
who aat a bla name la h.OKliK t ASIIIM.'tllN
aaya he belonfa to 'iiry Ann Yeargaii, of Warreu
ooiiiily, Ky , aged about 40 yearn ; weighs 1"5 or lid
ilia. ; li leel , ineln a lugll ; color black ;uuiail sear on
forehead ; ainall gnalue. Trie owner la r' q lulled 10
come forward, prove prorieriy and pay ihargeB aa
tuo law uirecu. J. St. lllMti.N,
Jiiii.,11 31 Flier id and Jailor (8 D. C
Committed to Jail
I r ItavtuMiu oounty, Juno 15. SnJ, a ntfro irat)
vy wuofutya in unua 11 t oi.l 11UL.S ; iuvn lie bi
long to pr. WcK tsHifltii, o M tury eounty . Ti hi) , riK
about 80 yeara; wniktlm about tkior 146 voudUm
foet luchttH ljla,li ; Iuuk buaUy luir ;-tippt r Cul.ir j
mi iiiftiHi. ine owner re'iuesLe i ut coins lur
WHro, prove properly and Kiy chart an th law dl
rwiB J.U MIMuN,
jimelS-3t henlTand Jaiior of I. C.
Committed to Jail
t navi iawn unuiy, i nu-, Juno bth. m2. a Be
V jtro cirl, niuiii d hALI.Ih; ikms the bwlt'iikti to
Ii v 1 r Hi'tui1', uf Maury lnunty, Tfiin Sa'il Irt it
about li or lt yt-ir- old; wvlh about MO or 130
pound ; & f t'l 6 lot he hiU j two auiall K ara t'ii
.n n en a ; it ar oil upur Up at the eJu i,f the qohci
1 hn owner la rotpiffiie
i owner la roiiiienlfd to coma firward, jirov
rty, aud p:iy chuiKen, a the taw diret-in.
J. M. HINT'lV,
JuufH-tt Mii ill aud Jaikti ol IK C.
Committed to Jail
(V PavitU.-n ( uoulv, Temi , Juutt tth, isfl.', a nn
yro man tiami KI.UAM; ay ti bo)mifri to
Irviu H"Kue, ol Mnury luunlv, Teun.; ai'-tul ur '25
VLtMrfloii: w kIi aiM.ot lt0 or loa puuiidM ; a leel
lin-ht-n ti lii Ii ; cupper colnr ; Hiuall , ar uudef corn
of rtht eya.
Tim owner ta roin ited to nuiio fnrard, prova
Iriioriy, mil jmy i lntrgt-s, art IIM law tiiirrt
J M IHNTtV,
jiinK-ai Shi rifT and JmUui ul It. '.
Committed to Jail
OK DtVuUou tnntf,.t th- p.'ih id June.
tieKroptn Kim ao h nauiP i hA U,aii
y.iyn htMie" jir to l.ucy Sui-iu, J hiin'ti rouuh
lenn , ah iit 'JH y 'ut . vnjud I'M ur 1 w u. i
S It-el I itt. ti mil i.u liit.1 kn , Col ,.r bi'tt H, X,
u ti-T i rt' i i -tu .i 1 1 e'-iiiii iiowar-i , ptov, , iu
pi'iiy alio ay uriarf at Hni luw ditertF.
.r M IIINTON
JuneH 31 Slieriil nod Jiik.r of II C
Committed to Jail
OK Davuluoh to.niiy, I kiiii , Jmiu li I .:. a l
liro iiihii,1io iyr. ut nuni" i-. t II ;,h, ai:
1h.oih:m to Kit'liil Hiah!v.'T i tU;'ti b. y.md Mreut
wi, iu -m in iinsou i 'iiii,i ''mi , annul i. yettri
a;e ; Hi-iKl.a a!n-ut 1J p'i.ud, ft bit unit
uiui ri'iirni HVk in Mi IimM. Tli. i nKii r im ro
j u.jImI i0 tH lorviftrl, p ot r dy , und y
.1 M HINT i
JUili-H-'lt Hieijff ri:l(l ,,r ol I (
TO ICE CONSUMERS!
Wo are l.it.4
J uvi' l eaku 1(H
IJ1I n l.v MU I III.HN HNIH, I cent
per i .mirl I. -a t'.au the ' No M"ii p iy li.p.t." ti
ta i in the l i.nili.d ll.ul.l.i.g. on t I .r alrri.l
June IJ-lf t,. II. rs.Nl 11 li AIM.
ExchaDgo aud Banking Office
l K rttd'f f 'noil b op,.nrt n HUH
Merit. nii lui.L. liuiiiii. u ,) i
buy an I t. ivrim ..e, l.- i I ni.tl ,-ilv l . I i,. t,(
liiiik noieit itii.i !'' er linn-hi cidiii'i. lull,, urn t 1U
tla city pu iu, tly altetid-i lo
a. i;. .4SKi:iH A to
NaiiIiI li? , J Uiie ti, J A .
EnRiue nd Boilers for Sale,
1HK1 1 It l'i IK S M K lie' ri, Ur. anil lleil I .
.'a .lie I . .I.iiin a w .H..S ana Jam J. niot.ii ,
una Iu. at thi Sj.Iiv u a VI I. r I . 'In. tear.. .
.f..H l..tri a lien, , and 4 b In i . D le-l I. im 40
tn. in a , ail lua.le 1 t t iiinb'r mud a d Tinn...' 6111
II nil r ll"H, ..ltll'1,1 . ( M , I Ihe I. ( I 1
iwo J.t ll.elt 1 ylin.l.-rs 10 feel li. .i . .1.1 la.. .4 1.1 il
1) .lii.Vr. B Iim I lll'ktf . M ,1b ai.all, c .u . ele
1 a 1 .11 r l. i at.c 1 l.e ileul, v. ,11 I.' a . -n.i I" 11 :
ot h.i.l .11 ainb..u, ami a la'el-'l of linn, BnlUUie
l- r alaaittlioMU or olhr 1 utp ea, toa h a. b a c. ua,
. bin. 11.-. a aud aw. vt. II I V l- A lil 4 V
J"U I"1! Na. ,1 klnikvi fftl ct
T i: K M s :
Paii.T I'stejf, ppr annum
" ' " week
ri WatKiT I .miiji, r aui.nin, ...
KHKI.I t'.i ion, per annum
UATKS OK ADVIiHTISlMl
( raa unp o lam to niirrnnrl a jt in )
I Ntuare Wtay f 1 Oo aeh ail'litnual luaertiou I 60
" 1 week, 3 Oi) eio-h a'lilitieuat aijuarfl 1 f0
" " 1 " 4 60 " " " a (10
" 1 month 6 00 " ' " 8 00
" " g 00 " " " 4 60
" 3 " 12 00 " " " 5 Of
" " I 11 KM .1 ii ft 00
" " 13 " 36 0 " " " 10 00
REVBWAHI.I IT Pt.lASt'RB
Joe equara, rron year, $30-eaeh atlilitumal eiiare $19
written notice mual be givou to lake out and at' p
advertlaemeiita of yearly ail vert isera before the year
none, otherwlae we ahall charge till done.
NoooutraeA ef yearly adrertiaemenU will be d;sci-
tluccd without' previoua nolieai to ub, nor will auy
narge be tuaje lor h ks than one year at ine yearly
r ArlTertuert .ireedins; th. gpac. con-act.-l
(or will b charged fur the exceaa.'ta
WEDNESDAY MORNING, JULY 2, 18(12
If it be true tliat our " Uleesings bright-
tn as they lly, " how trsceiidanlly bright
Jki-t Davin' nrmj mnsf nppcar to the
Washington Military Hospitalb.
SOccasional' writes to Cul. Forney's I
Press that the military lioHpitals at the
Federal Crtpilol are objects of great in-
tereut to visitors and scientific men.
Many touching scenes are there presented.
The Union and rebel suili rers can casily
be recognized by the calm and liniinir
mnring patience and content of the one,
and the uneasy and complaining spirit of
the other. Thu latter are nearly all ctm
scriptH, w ho havo been compelled to take
up arms against their country. A largo
proportion are very young men, indeed
nicro boys. A gentleman who visited
the hospitals ou the. Peninsula a few
days ago conversed "with ono of theso
striplingD, who had been shot through
the lungs, and was, slrangVlo sy, slow
ly recovering. "Why did you go into
this bad cause?" was the quell ion put
to him. 'Because," he answered, l'l
could not help it. Mother told me to hold
oil' as liiDgasJ could,'to wait till I was
drafted ', but then I was talked to and
laughed at, and so, to save myself from
ridicule, I volunteered'."' "Io you want
to go back into the army'.'1" "IN'o," be
quickly replied; 'Oh, let me take the
oath of allegiance to the Union and then
I can see my dear mother w ith jrood
couecicuce when the war is over." An
othor fine follow- who was stretched by
the si'Io of a Union soldier, and like him
was convalescing, bernme very much at
tached to his companion, shared (lie deli
each' sent to him, and ulieil tears n he
talked of (he way the South had been
ravaged and ruined. Sickness , like the
grave, make all men equal. In tlio agony
of that sad hour, prejudices pass away
and anger is succeeded by remorse and
atTectiun. A few days ago, iu one ol the
adjacant hospitals, as ono of the visitors
walked in with sonio refreshments fur
Several of bis friends, he was passing by
a cot where lay streehed a splendid
prisoner w ho had been tcrriblo w oitned.
The visitor stopped to-look at him, and
then laid sonio fruit at his side, which
the prisoner took, wuh prateful looks
and swimming eyes, and added, ' How
good you are to all of u! IffJod gives
ins back my health I will never more
slt-ike at my .country. I will never, re
turn jf you will only let me stay w illi
you." These are lessons that revive the
instinct of a common humanity, and
teach us the glorious lesson of Shaks
peare, when lie exclaims,
' one touch of tiature .,:iki , t . whole world km.''
Tho recent battle of Chickaliominy
drew lortlt a large number of amateur
lighters, vt ho went up'ui the lield fur a
day's sport, and redii mil villi bin
rim, sin It as sportsmen are very much
prone to relate w lieu there are no w it
nesses to verify or disprove their stale
incuts. Whaevtr credibility may bo
attached to their inflated narrative!), there
is one etory told by the ollicers who com
Viauded the men who were enlisted and
lighting for their country like true unit
and patriots as they are, and that story
is: that the provisions so liberally sent
to refresh the Sulditrs never reached
(hiiu, but were consumed tin Ihe way by
the volunteers fur "one tlay only." Ami
further, that they picked up in (lie ene
my's amp plunder of all borts, w hit h of
right hcluuged tu thu army, and bore it
back to town. This is a lacl; and (Ins
constitutes, we strongly suspect, about
the sum total of the ai hicvenu ul of the
brave multitude who so gavly wended
tlu ir way to " take a pop at tlio em in v."
A pledge to eat all Ihe nu ll that llicy
might kill would hardly put any nun in
dangerof tiiufnTakiug mure th.tn In canild
pei'turni. The genera! have, it is tin
del stood, taken iiica-uuvs to di .pose of
the amateurs (he next time. Any man
w h spppears in (he field must take Ins
place in Ihe ranks, or le !mt down. It
is not a place for idlers, and im n w ho
really want gomr'hing to do must go the
riglii way aliout it. Thai is the mil ay
to prove (heir sincerity. That a u.ultl
tuiie should crmt d and block the roada,
rob Ihe can-pa, c rt up tlie provisions d. s
tmed (or the soNn-nt, the d ue delend. ra
of Ihe country, was a ni"t a. ainla'"iis
incident of tlie lai-t bat lie, w hich il is be
lieved will not be pirmitted t i occur
gain J!.. W-U iV--.u'.'., 1 !.',.
Fiendish Barbarism ia South Car
I lie Maaaacrt ( ruror on llnlcli
Inaou lalind, S. t'.
The following is the text of the dis
patch concerning tho recent massacre of
negroes on Hutchinson Island by the
f. K. Sine Dai K, Sr Hki b a "ii Kn. I
ti. C , June Htli, 11(12.
Snt: This morning at -1 o'clock it was
reported to me that there was a large lire
on Hutchinson Island. Shortly after a
preconcerted signal that the enemy w ere
in the vicinity had been mailt) from the
house of our pilot, I immediately started
in tho gig, accompanied by tho tender
Wild Cat, boatswain Downs, senior ac
ting midshipman Terry; first cutter, act
ing master Hillings; second cutter, acting
master Hawkins, and cutter coxwain
Shatloir, up Horn or log l.ivcr Creek, in
the direction of tho fire.
Soon after leaving the ship canoe
containing threo negroes was mt t, w ho
stated that the rebels, olKI strong, were
at Mrs. Mardis's plantation, killing all
(he negroes. As wc advanced up (he
creek we were constantly met by canoes
with two or three negroes in them, panic
stricken, and making (heir way lo (he
ship, while w hite Hags were (o bo seen
Hying from every inhabited point, around
w hich w ere clustered groups of frighten
hen about two and a half nines from
Mrs. Mardis's, I was obliged to anchor
the lid ( at, from tho want of Htillicient
w ater in the channel, with orders lo cover
our retreat if necessary. Ou arriving at
Mrs. Mardiss, the scene was most pain
ful. Her dwelling and a chapel in ruins,
and the air heavy w ith smoke, while at
the lauding were assembled lull souls,
mostly women and children, in tho ut
Throwing out a picket guard, nnd
taking every proper measure against a
surprise, I satisfied myself (hat (heeneniy
were not ia our immediate neighliorhooil,
the negroes assuring mo that they had
left the Island, and returned (o Fort
Chapman. I then gathered the following
particulars : The rebels, during the night,
landed on (he Inland from Fort Chapman,
with a force of unknown numbers, and
guided by a negro, who for a long lime
had been on the Island in the employ of
the army, surrounded the house and
chapel in w hich a largo proportion of thu
negroes were housed, posting a strong
guard to opposo our lauding.
At early oawn (buy bred a volley
through the house, and as the alarmed
people "prang marly naked from their
beds and rushed forth frantic with fear,
they wore shot, arrested, or knocked
down. Tho first inquiry of the rebels
was for thu d J Yankees, and at what
time (hey were iu the habit of visiting
the islands, mingled with exclamations
of " l'.o quick, boys, tho people from thu
ship will be 'up." "Let's burn thu
houses." "-Not yet; they will see the
fire from the ship and come up."
Having collected most of (he chickens
and despoiled many of (he poor people, of
tin ii- wretched clothing, and told (hem
(hat, as they belonged to the State, or
others nearly adjoining, they would not
inoh'st tin in, they Hi eil the building and
As the people were clamorous to be re
moved, I filled thu boats with them and
pulled down to the tender, on board of
which they were placed.
On our return for tho remainder, they
were observed, as we approached tho
landing, to be in the utmost confusion,
dashing wildly into thu marshes, and
screaming "the secesh are coming back."
On investigation, however, it proved
that tho enemy in full sight, about two
miles oir, crossing an open ujiaee of
ground, were iu hasty retreat, instead of
advancing. Ou our first visit they must
have been concealed iu a patch of woods
not lnoio than half a inilo from our
Having succeeded iu removing or in
providing with boats all who wished to
remain to collect (heir httlo properly, I
returned to the ship, bringing with inn
about seventy, among (hem one man lit
erally riddled with bulls and buckshot
(since dead) ; another tdiot through the
lungs, and struck over the forehead w ith
a clubbed musket, which laid toe bone
literally bare; one woman shot in thu
leg, shoulder and thigh; one far gone in
pregnancy, siillering from a dislocation
of the hip joint and injury t tho womb,
camed by leaping from a second-story
wiudow ; and uothrr suffering from the
displacement of the cap of the knee and
injury to (he leg from (he saute cause.
It appears (hat the negro who had
guided (he party had returned to them
after tho evacuation of thu place, told
them all Ihe troops had been withdrawn
and that the ialinnls were entirely unpro
tected, except by (his ship. I a in there
fore at loss to account for their ex
treme barbarity to negroes, inoh( of
whom were living ou (he plantation
where (hey bad been born, peacefully
tilling the ground for their support,
which (heir masters, by deserting, had
denied lliein, and w Im vu-c utittttitre
inotily connected with the haled ovcru
iii. ot army.
I trust you will approve my sending
the contrabands to Hilton Head. Had 1
not been unable tu provide for sm h a
large number, and so much emliairased
by the lii'i'ient demands mado upon ine
bur pr.. iai iiis by new arrivals, I should
hao waited fop your sdtiee iu Ihe mai
ler. i.abt Tuesday we bad an arrival of
thirty from (In. main land, and si an t ly
a day passed H ilhout one or inure of
(hem, always iu a half cUrved condition,
whose appcali ..r fund 1 have mil yet
bu n atilo lo icsist, though they tn span
rail. i r largely m the ship's stntt s.
All tlii .-e m wly aiiiwd give the same
iii coiiiil of the want Hid a. ai. liy i.l
piuvisi 'tis aiuon (lie white population,
and of tin ir mi u tlanct and u!li i in .
iu tllci ting tin ir it, ujie. 1 hotih rxi r
cisil.g liu euiiln l ou r Ihe negroes on the
iieighliming islands, I have ever aime
t'ju a ithdiaw al of the (loops, uicl th' iu
to remove to I.disto or St. Helens, and
warned them (hat some night (hey w ould
be visited by the rebels.
Hut the majority insisted on remsin
ing because there was their home, while
all seemed to have most perfect faith in
the protection of the ship, though per
haps, as was thecse last night, ten or
twelve miles distant from her,
Very respect fully,
1 our obedient servant,
AV. T. Tnrxrov, Lieut. Commanding.
Flag-Olliccr S. F. lhiponl, Command-
ing Southern Atlantic Hloekading Squad
ron, Port Hoy ul, S. ('. t
Tinni t' e N, w IM Ie mi IV't l, Jnne le
Ijptoii !Mn tlrciing.
The Union Association of New Or
leans hist night held amass meeting in
Lyceum Hall. A great mass of enthu
siastic participants thronged the room,
while the galleries overhead were filled
with Indies, who, by (heir presence, lent
another and mfter t harm to the scene.
Able and cluqm nt speeches were made
by Messrs. Madison l'ay, Charles La
ment and T. .1. Larhart. and when some
Stirring allusion was made (o out great
republic, "the Mecca of nations," the very
wall trembled with tho cheers of Ihe ex
cited throng. A meeting of the Union
Association w ill be held this morning, at
Lyceum Hull, at ten c'chnk, to enroll
new members. The ball is in motion I
Keep it moving.
SlItKNAI'l: TO Mi Milt (ihNl.UM, 111 IT, I ill.
The Unionists of New- Orleans assem
bled in great numbers before the St.
Charhs Hotel last night, for the purpose
of doing honor to (Jen. I'utlcr. They
were accompanied by a band, which
discoursed such sweetness that we felt
ourselves once again "keeping step tu the
music of the Union." Loud calls were
made for "lien, liutler," He appeared on
the gallery, and was hailed in a manner
to leave no doubt that his friends were
unanimous nnd in earnest. Hu thanked
his fellow citizens of Louisiana in a few
felicitous sentences. He (old (hem (hat
his presence meant just ice to every man
high and loyrich andjpoor ; and assur
ed them that he should wclcomo the day
when once again they Would take their
own allairs into (heir own hands. We
are brethren, bo said, and he promised
that, on It's part, justice should be ad
ministered to the people of New Orleans
and Louisiana. The General spoke like
one deeply impressed, and bis auditors
seemed to bo in a corresponding mood.
His tones were (hose of earnest friend
ship. jThe hand, after (he (Jeneral w ith
drew, played " Hail to the Chief." Tho
throng then called for Major Hell, Cel.
Shepley, Col. French and others. In
due time Col. Shepley appeared and
made a short address. We felicitate our
fellow citizens upon this happy meeting.
It is the first word in the right direction.
The New Orleans correspondent of a
secessionist journal in Mississippi gives
us the rebel view of matters in that city:
Al.I.llUI.D T1MIDH V Ol'' 1 K.N hit A I. IMTI.I.ll.
He visits the Custom House once a day
under a guard of one hundred men. At
present he has increased his army around
(he St. Charh s to one thousand men. Oc
casionally be takes n pleasure trip (o
Pan. Hitchcock's Hotel at the Luke, out
on the magnificent shell road. He is so
badly seared at (he results recently ta
ken place iu the city that be will
not permit Cnmiuodiiro l'arragut to leave
even with his fleet of seven vessels, who
is extremely anxious to visit lied river
and othor important points on the way
while the river is high ; and a strong
communication has recently passed be
tween them on the Hiilijcct. (.iein ral
liutler demanded Commodore l'arragut
to remain, because the navy took the
city, and his services were leiitiired
there. Comuioiloru Fuiragut replied that
(he army was in possession of (he tly,
ami should I. old il. He did not think
his services were required, and be should
be permitted to proceed up the liver on
other duly. Wo would like to see (hem
iiilch into each other. If Coinminlore
arragut w ill go up the river, we doubt
if Puller will hold the city forty-eight
hours, judging from thu piesent stale of
HINTS nl AN I PIlHINi,.
The Confederate regiment whii lt (lis
banded have their arms stowed away
ceo rely, and about three thousand ol
our best Iciuisiana boys have r turned
to the city and joined tho " gelling ui
which will give iiseiht lhou.md men to
il i whit! I don t think I oil' lc to tell you
at present. General liutler has recently
stalroned at Ihin. Hitch, ocl.'a hotel live
bundl ed men, to prott t luiu at (hut
Jihu, while be enjoys other people's
UMineS On last Tuesday two l iiitcd
Stads army oflli ers hired a i arria.'e and
visited this hotel ; the driver was a buy
eighteen years "of age, and faiihful lo
the cause of the Smith he picked up a
friend of bis nil his carriagi' b.iv The
carriage returned lo the city between
twelve and ono o'clock at night, but noth
ing has been heard of the ollici is aiuct'.
i.i'.ni.uai. ci'.i'i r Mi. ''.
No doubt you hate In aid of Puller's
proclamation ci.i'.'i inn,; "iir ladies, and
I guess heii gn ts It Vi'i v much. Our
l.tdleS HOW Weal a lu lll little Seeesoli
Ha sew id on their bosom, and they
plainly show a revolver in the nglit Mile
of liu ir In It aud a small d n I. in the b ft.
and in many eases they aie seen turning
up their noses, w 1 1 1 1 a peculiar pout and
significant shake of the In ad "ton
nasty Yankee, yoU." and pass on. 1 am
happy to a.iy thai tin latin s of Ibis uly
have laki II a boM'uid decided aland.
No I lilted Males olln cr or soldier is
pc em 1 1 ti d to i i 1 1 - in th" 'My passenger
railroad i ai s, 1 1 I ivo or llu.e Nvw Or
leans l.i. In 4 aie in t Mr I avt-oit (ho
propi iel ir. ha-, publisl.i"
g-ii.l I i this mutter, ami
day two I ni lid Males
i at mi the ( anal Hti i t
a i .ti d nh i e-
i'ii the following
ullii ' is gut ill a
line. I Wu fce-
i i hsioii lain a were in liu i ar a I liu 1 1 in ;
tin y piti hi d tiilo the driver Willi !i-l
d. mined I r permitting them t eutt r an I
all. r di ivui! I, im trout H.ccaiv t iiio d
lo the oil i r and sai l, '"-irs tluxeiai
Wen- not made f..r 'l auk' I rule in, a
pet up and get t ut.'' I b tlii r t left
aud without nay ui-' "He word."
1 e.trrnl mill It.bel I'lr h rla I h r I r
M.Klt-e ol 0ieraliun .. uukr 111
looi.liiii eiekei l tiling.
t-p -c al t'oi i e h: ,1, i r o( the in. a leiplna In tuirer
FlIONT f'K 1! Il Tl WON D AN D 1
Corn Mii.ks hiom it,'
Weduesday, June IS. S
The drums, both great and small, are
being beaten in the Kelu l camps just
across (he Cliickahominy, and the strong
current nf aie l.li.win.a fro;! b- 'I err: -
tion at present reproduces each note
round and full, l'.very few minutes the
crack of a title informs us that the pick-it-
are at their posts, endeavoring to
pick oil' some venturesome or careless of
ficer or civilian w ho may have w andered
within range unconsciously. The pick-
els nre ordered not to tire on each other,
but should anybody, as above staled,
w ander (oo close, (he foe, on citheir side,
will be quite certain to send a bullet at
him. I am informed that this rule or
agreement with reference to pickets not
firing at ono another is, however, one
that is hrokt n nnd mil at all to bo relied
on, without il may be in exceptional cases.
I be men soon learn w hat they must ac
custom themselves (o, and a watchful
eve is kept on Ihe ft iendliest disposed
There are circumstances which may,
and do, sometimes, attach considerable
importance lo a picket station ; as, for
instance, a tree, rock, clump of bushes,
or other natural covering, may bo occu
pied by one party, w bile (bo other may
not be enabled to lake advantage of a
similar covering. When such is ihe case
fhe lucky occupant of that concealed po
sition is apt to forget or ignoro all "or
ders," and take (he first chance to shoot
his " friend " opposite.
Sonio two miles below here, iu (he
wood, one of the enemy's pickets was in
possession of such a concealed position,
uud took advantage of il to annoy ours,
just opposite, and, in course of a few
days and nights, succeeded in killing or
wounding several. On my way up from
Fair Oaks, thu day being oppressively
hot, I seated my si If ou a log iu the
shade of the forest frees, and soon ob
served a short, sturdy-looking soldier
washing himself in a pool of wafer, lu
a short lime another ono came, aud, hav
ing leaned bis rille against a tree, pro
ceeded to prepare for ablution also.
The first soldier referred to was a
German, and he addressed tho last -comer
in Ibis wise: "Hal you Pule, where you
como from?" The reply was lo the ef
fect (hat he had been with a portion of
his regiment doing picket duty some
where beyond there. The German pro
ceeded to ask him if lie remembered a
certain tree in the vicinity, which the
rebel pickets had for a period been suc
cessful in holding, and from it firing at
tin in. "Yes," he remembered it. "Well,"
says Teuton, "1 fetched one dein .
fcllcis out of it dis morning pluuijK'd
hint iu the right arm he hangs up tie
od ler little minute, an' dow n bo comes
into tie bush, dump."
Those men become so familiarized
with such scenes that they converse
aliout theiu with the same w hnhina
that characterize!) tin in when sitting
an. uinl a ramp lire, discussing " hard
lack" (biscuit) and collee.
I n in inhumed that the enemy are la
boring diligently as bets on the defences
before the city ; and the series of earth
works, rille-pilH, forts, Ac , that (he dar
kies have tinned out for theiu are truly
formidable. Thai they are so, however,
is no more than was the case at York
ton n and one or two other places, and
(he result will, without doubt, bo (he
same, or nearly so, as to the places re
filled tu. hi ally, 1 havo no doubts
aliout any great batllo occurring before
liiehmoiid; ye', 1 am not the son of a
l.ai h day 1 see Lowe's balloons float
ing in the air, at great elevation, one
being local, d at Gaines' Hill and the
other at Mechanic svillc, some five utiles
fuilher Ik the right, and nearer the city
of Kii.-hinotid. This latter one, I under
stand from nil ollieer, (he enemy shell
every few days, making it very risky for
the Professor lo take the necessary ob
servations. Tiny have never prevented
him doing what hns been neceuuaiy ii'oll)
da y to tlay.
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A I It-lid lall Aeaaaliinlloll.
Alter Jackson had forced Punks tu ru
tin' fiom the Valley, a man living at
Powell's Fori, eight miles from Wood
stock, was accused by btw neiplibnrs of
having tarried provisions to the latter
place, and sold to our soldiers, Ho ac
knowledged that be had done so, and
said he preferred (he specie he received
in payment to the Confederate notes -They
immediately killed hint near his
own door. His son saw Ihe struggle
and slatted lo bis father's assistance,
wln n he was told by his mother to run
for his hfe. He Mailed ti, run, when
several hots were filed at him, one ol
which struck him iu the uei k and passed
out at (he cheek, ahatli ting the ja He,
however, succeeded iu making his escape.
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In ni I. Ni as. The Atlanta Mia ; f tn-
.-',, i. , of the 1 it li. has the following
remarkable announcement :
IjtoM AMlvn.i l.- We b arn that a
gentleman arrind here yesterday froiu
Nashville, who reports that Andy .John -
, , i ii . i ti i
soli was at I iiiil i v khhu on juuiHuay
on J I
last by e-
Governor Neil M. 1'rown.
r.rown was nrnsieti ny iiniy s order,
soiiik lime a "i, to be si-lit to a Lincoln
haal lie lljl not I h, but Has paroled fur a
1 1 day s lo nl Ii ml lo some business. Ihe
geiilli inan says I'.iuiwi w as arraigned ' u--loie
ndy last Thursday, w ben, for some
pioM.caiiiui, llrnwu dietv a revolver and
shot I. im several limes, coding tin; bin id
Ihe s'-ouudiel ou the spot; and that
l'.o ii was hung a half an hour tic leaf
O r all of whiih we hear the gentleman
e.i y lie wil nessed.
Till III I' . 1 1 T OK I M el DK - K 'Pie "pi
th, t of " infamous" applied to "'
Puller's order which has piailo ally
r. suited in nut the slightest peiaoual
harm t any body whatever -onns from
I'.iliu i-1. ui, the l'n inn r un let whom
1. In I S p'.ys were blown by luindM (14
from Ihe inoiilh of aiiieiii, and rapture J
I', in. laaa ...i , s 1 1 - in ll to a three (JaVB
I 141 k id Ll.t U-h aaddlUS 't
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