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SUNDAY MORNING. NOV. 2, lfC2.
' ' I'll frit ndt and acquaintance of Jno. W. and P. J.
Harry, art Invited to attend ln Funeral f ll.elr lit
tie daughter, Nanct Hahht, fri.m their r'-ad-.nce,
on Broad Ptreet Plkt, Wl Na-diVille, t! in morning
at 10 o'ciut k.
Divine trrlc ty Rev. Dr. Pchon.
Seoond rnr.sinyTKnuN Cnritcn. There
Tvill be Preaching this morning at 11
o'clock, hj Eer. Mr. Harvey. Monthly
Concert of Prayer t 7 o'clock, T. M.
I Nabhyillk Tytoi.haphicat. Union, Ko.
1. TL regular monthly meeting of this
Society will be held on Sunday next,
tho Otli inBt., at 3 o'clock, P. M.
By order of the President.
Cor. & Ilec. Secretary.
As we predicted, there was a crowded
house at the theatre last evening. We
did not have the pleasure of witnessing
the entire performance, but understand
that everything went off in a most satis
The Murfreesboro Rebel Jiunner notices
the arrival in that town of 11k sky C.
BimiiETT, Confederate . .States Senator
It is the qnintesence of impudence
for Burnett to pretend to style himself
a Senator of loyal Kentucky, or an ex
ponent of the' views and wiahes of her
people. By wliat authority does ho pre
uutuo to act as her representative?
Let every Union family in the city
throw the national colors to the breezo
from their windows and house-tops,
Now is tho time to exhibit your loyalty,
your determination and confidence :
'i Nail to lh mailt the tattered thj,
Bet every threadbare Fall,
Arid give them tti Hie God o etormri,
The lightning mid Hit gale 1"
Morgan ha two Captains in his com
mand, one of whom ir named Stkf.lk,
and the other Wolf. We have no doubt
their names are appropriate.
There is a little squad of guerrillas
wlo have been making their head-quar-tcn
at the lunatic aaylunm for some
dajs past. They talk boastfully of
faking Nashville, but whenever the loco
motive whistle sounds here, every ft llow
jf them breaks for the woods as though
he whole Federal army was after them.
Talk of their taking Nashville 1 They
ievor will take anything in their lives,
ut a drink of whiskey. , ,
Hellf loti Ntice.
McKeodree Chapel, M. E. Church, on
Lurch street, nearly opposite St. Cloud
jotel, has been designated by an order
. om Gen. Nkqley, as the 2nd Tost Chapel
' th city of Nashville.
The1, opening s'rnionwill be preached
is morning, at 1 ()'' o'clock, by Colonel
ianville Moody. Subject "Chriil'i
' ')(iii; o diUinyiuJieJ from Ote Kingdoms
I this worW Sermon in the evening at
: '. o'clock, by Chaplain II. A. Tattion,
the 11th Michigan Regiment.
jAt2j.i r M- organization of General
Ule Class. Cifneral Prayer Meeting
pry Thursday right.
jl'he military and public generally are
Jov. 2d, 1862. -
. gentleman who left Knosvi'le Pome
,ie weeks ago, informs us that I'hkckin
i's force was there numbering some
; thousand mm. The rebels claimed it
it Heft'ii or vight ihouSAnd. lie was in
anon on last Monday, and saw
ux'b army on its way into Tennessee,
twin fr Columbia, heard that
Wal Crittenden was at Soruerst t- with
division. The reWIs art in the
iteet tenor a:id are moving their
lie out uf the way as rapidly as
ible; this U done by (he advice of
Van, who sees that the game of re
in if pretty well played out., ami
whenever the Federal troop coine
' (hn wibcitt thing the rebel Soldiers
o It to skedaddle as fan t as thtir
v ill carry them. We incline t ) the
. that the at tat k upon this place is
initely postponed, and that we shall
,i other soldiers hre, Unities what
ready have, nave Union soldiers, and
Dastardly Eobbery. ;
A gentleman of 'undoubted veracity,
informed us yesterday, of a pioco of con
temptible rascality perpetrated by Dick
McCain's gang of highwaymen, which
certainly surpasses anything that we
have yet heard of in low-bred villainy.
A letter containing thirty dollars wa sent
about two weeks ago, by a poor man,
named FrrvET, who is employed at small
wagea at the Penitentiary, to his wifo in
Franklin, Tenn., who is in bad health.
The letter was intercepted by McCasn'b
thieves and robbed of its contents. The
"Southern chivalry,""champions of South
ern Bights," "Defenders of women," &c,
then forwarded it to its destination
with twenty dollars of ConaWale mmy.
Of course the scoundrels intended this as
an insult to a poor and unprotected wo
man. We never have heard of a viler,
or more dastardly outrage. Such is re
We have had several instances reported
to lis within the last few days, in which
stragglers from foraging parties have
entered the houses of well-known Union
people, and plundered them of everything.
We shall report the cases in full so soon
as we can obtain the proper evidence. If
the officers and military authorities do
not punish such cowardly scoundrelism,
as the Articles of War direct them to do,
we intend to hold them up before M,c
Scouting Expedition. -
Captain Twyma, with his company of
Kentucky Scouts, and a portion of the
78lh Pennsylvania, Mounted Infantry,
under Colonel Siuwei.i., visited Good
lettsville yesterday, carefully exploring
the country on each 6ide of the road.
Captain Twvman took possession of the
town, and captured the entire rumored
force of three thousand of Morgan's
men, who were two or three in number.
Dick McCann, or as a friend at our el
bow suggests, Dick Tunns McCamn,
had been there that morning with
his sixty thieves and had stol
en a horse and buggy belonging
to one of his own party. He saw no
guerrillas except a few strolling vaga
bonds of Benvett'b disbanded troop,who
did their best to keep out of the way of
our scouts. One of the prisoners taken
was recognized as one of Bennett's gang,
who was captured and brought here a
few weeke since. Capt. IIili.kr, of the
7th Pennsylvania Cavalry, was with the'
party, and rendered excellent service by
Biiago, according to the assertions of
his Southern friends, marched with ninety
thousand men and hundreds of cannon
into Kentucky, where he was joined by a
large army under Kiutf y Smith and twen
ty. five thousand Kentucky recruits. And
what did the fellow do 'i Why he stole
about a thousand cattle, broke open a
parcel of stores, and then retreated out
of the State as fast as possible.
The van-guard of Uukm.'s army, we
are informed, was some ten miles the
other side of Tyree Springs night be
fore, last, and", we were informed yester
day evening, were to camp some ten
miles from the city last night.
The "Vineyard" reports that Fifir;i-T
says he intends to take no more Union
prisoners. Very likely, he means to quit
the Confederate service. Wo wouldn't
be astonished to hear that he had taken
a vow not Ui capture Nashville.
The Murfreesboro JUUl lianner of the
"oih ult., say that Jackson, Losustukkt,
Poi.k, Hardee, Pem!!F.rton, Kirkv Svitm,
and lloi.WES, have been appointed Major
Generals by the President.
TiiK KhPLLH ok Charleston! May
ships forever 6hun their harbor; may
fire and pestilence consume them; and
may their markets le as wretchedly sup
plied as the markets of Nashville!
W learn that General S. II. Anukusx,
whose celerity at Lavcrne excited the
admiration of all lovers of quick travel
ing, has resigiied his jmsitiofi, his resig
nation being equivalent to a removal.
SrrTi.Y or Salt. We understand,
from parties recently tVnin the Kanawha
Salt Works, that tlie n -x li were unable
to carry oil' more than two thouaarid to
three thousand barrels, (or v a t f trans
portation, arid there are nov ) fut:j to
twenty thousand barrels regaining there,
to cicn" forward a mm at the river rise
Robbery of Kr.' Le Abie's Stages by
the Guerrillas A Stage Contrac
We have already announced the cap
ture of the Stages of Mr. J. Lb Aiujc by
the guerrillas. Yesterday evening we
heard that gentleman relate the particu
lars of the robbery, and his adventures
subsequently, a brief recital of which
will bo interesting to the public. On
last Wednesday morning, Mr. Le Aiile
and Mr. Walter Scott, of this place,
started in a buggy to meet the Stages on
the way, which were on their return trip
from Owcnsboro'. The Stages were four
in number,' and were carrying some
eighteen passengers, all citizens. When
Mr. Le Able got some four miles beyond
Goodleltsville, he was halted by a guer
rilla scout, and in a few minutes Dick
JIxCann rode out into the pike. In
a thort time the train of coaches came up,
a signal was given, and some sixty guer
rillas dashed out of the woods, and sur
rounded the party. Dr. Patterson, an
old physician of this vicinity, about
sixty years of age, was among the guer
rillas, holding the rank of Lieutenant.
He was conspicuous by his violent and
furious denunciations of the " Yankees."
He said that all Federals ought to be
killed, and said that he was cot in favor
of taking any. prisoners. "Acting As
sistant Adjutant Pall," the distinguish
ed military gentleman, who once on a
time demanded the surrender of Nash
ville, was also in the party. The guer
rillas were all exceedingly ragged, and
dirty, were very drunk, and smelt bad
ly. They had good horses, but were
armed rather "promiscuously," having,
some pistols, some old muskets, some new
muskets, and some shot-guns, but no
sabres. McCann came up to Mr. Lk Arl
and told him that he had special orders
to arrest him ; that ho had been carrying
1 tters for the Federals, and that Forrest
intended to settle with him for it.
Mr. Lk Able replied that he had
been conveying letters for all jhtsoiis,
without distinction of party. McCann
said be d d if he would suffer anybody
io Nashville to be6ending letters, or car
ry them when written. He said that
they intended to attack Nashville within
five days, and shell the town; that Ihey
had no friends there, and they did not
care what becomo of the houses or the
people ; the women and children might
take thcirfate with the reit ; that he had
a mother there whom he had urged to
come way, and that if she didn't sJie.
tw'ijM 8'n?c Witft Hie rest.
The scamp was ungrateful enough to
complain of the course of the Nashville
(Jitiun, a journal which ha9 always taken
his part whenever he did anything de
Serving approval! We are astonish
ed at.MiC'AN'N, and shocked at his
ingratitude. He said that he could
have put his hand on us on one
occasion, but forbore ; for which we are
truly thankful, as we suppose the rascals
all have theitch. He indulged in a gen
eral and indiscriminate cursing of every
body in Nashville. The guerrillas started
with their booty and prisoners for Mur
freesboro, about 11 o'clock in the morn
ing, and stopped for the night at 1!alhi
M artin's, this sid of the river. The next
morning, while the party were at break
fast, Mr. Le Adlk, seizing an opportunity,
gave his captors the slip, and reached the
woods, where he lay hid all that day.
At night-fall, he started out, and found a
negro guid, in u short time, who went
before him, to give a signal, whenever
guerrillas came in sight. Lvery few
miles the guide waved his handkerchief
to warn him of their approach. They
were scattered in squads all along
the road, in squads of six or a dozen.
Of course Mr. Lk AriLE had to play the
"Artful Dodger," to keep out of their
way. lie sncceedxd in reaching the city
after a walk of some forty miles, pretty
well jaded and broken down. The four
Stages, twelve horses, four mules, setts of
harness, ami buggy, taken by the guer
rillas front him, are valued at S 1,771,
which, with nine horses taken at Tyree
Springs, make the sum of upwards of
f'i.Ouo. Mr. Lk Ar.i.B w ishes to say that
he d oji't, care about crediting the guer
rillas any further.
Mr. I.k Ai:l.K has been stripped of
nearly everything l.e possessed by this
misfortune. Several of the guerrillas
own pre pel ty here and in the vicinity,
arid it would be an act of simple justice
to hand over tht ir prop rty to one whom
tly have plundered so. n iiiorseleSh j.
The iai risers were all taken to Mur
lrresoro, and we presume haV' been
lobbedof rv-rythiug of taiue.
Ili-tory vi!l not, i-J the Tower of P..
bt!, arid tl e ."jiitht-i-n 1U belhon as two
taoiiun. nts t.f l',ly e. pally futile
CORRECTED DAILY ty W. E. CEILD3 & CO.,
No.'' Si, COLLEGE STREET.
J- thrf imKtl.rm arc f ir lnitd Stutea' Tri
ry Note-1, Ohio, Ir.d'ans, and Kcntm k j :
Butik of T"-nr.ne. '. 18 An.
I nu n 1' ink , ,....1H "
riauieri'Uaiik '.10 "
Men-hunts' Hunk S5 "
Hank of tMl'ulmi -.!5
Trailer llfink "
Hunk of CVmimRri', AH "
('ty Kink .''i '
Farmer' Hank M "
Hank f Pans Ml '
Hank of OiMtUtmioga..., oi "
Hank of Mitiij liin 6(1 "
Burk'a L.iok .- lf
River Ii.nk ffl
Commercial Rank 50 "
Southern Hank 40 "
Birk of NmlivHo XI
ll;itik of Sneluyviiie 'i.'t "
Ocoi-e R ink... CO "
Hank cf liandri.inu 0 "
Dank of Went Tenneasoe '.I "
Bunk of Miilitle TenDemec " "
Northern Dank .....25 "
C.eori;:,i ami South Carolina 42 d a.
North Carolina and Virginia M "
Aluhama 40 "
l-oiitfiana 30 "
0"M it lis
Stiver it fl
ixjorrrn. iyilu cat.
North-Werttrn Bunk f f Georgia CD
Bank of tho Empire Statu, Georgia 75 "
Bank of Athcoa, Georgia , ti'J
KultoD Bank 60 "
ItaDk of Whitfield '. . "
Timber Cutters' Bunk 60 "
Itefune the Iniut of all Jtanka
The following Tennesaee Rankd are broken, or
have, been wound up ; and their Notes, if any are
out, are utterly worthies:
Aprietiltiiral Bank, at Brownsville.
Central Hank of Tennessee, at Naahville.
Farmers' and Medianou Bank, at Memphis.
. Medmnica' liauk, at Memphis.
Memphis tjavniR Inctitution, at Memphis.
Kxcliune Bank, at MurfreeFlioro.
31inerH'und Manufacturers' Bank, at KnoaTiU ,
Rink of Kxt Tennefnen, at Knoxvjllo.
Bank of Trenton, at Trenton.
Bunk of Jeilerson, at Dandnile.
' Bank of Claiborne, at Tateweil.
B uik of Tazewell, at T;i7.ewell.
: LHwri nceburg Hank, at LawrencelinfR.
, Citizens' Rink, at Memphis.
Bank of America, at L'larkeville
IlEADgCARTF.nsU. S. Fokces, )
Nashville, Tknn., Oct. 27, 1SC2.,
General Order Xo.12.
I. Hereafter no citizen will be admit
ted to the Headquarters of the Tost Com
mander before ten o'clock, A. M., or after
four o'clock, P. M.
This order does not apply to oflicers or
6oldiers who come on business; suc h per
sons will be admitted at all times.
By command of Brig. Gen. NEGLEY.
Jas. A. Lownn:. Capt. and A. A. G.
Sept. 28. tf.
Greenbacks, Tenuessce money, Gold,
Silver, Southern currency, and Chattan
nooga money bring the best price at the
Instance Exchanok office of W. J.Mabu
on College street, opposite the Sewanee
House. A premium paid for $1 and $2
Tennessee Bank notes and ehinplas'ers.
H EADQUAUTF.US 1st TfSN. CAVALItY
Nashville, Ten., Aug. 22,1802.
Orders Xo. 6.1
All officers recruiting for this Regiment,
will immediately forward to these Head
quarters a report showing the strength
of the party, present, and absent, and will
hereafter, at least ones a week, makg a
similar report, exhibiting the gain and
loss, if any, 6incelast report.
By order of Col. STOKES.
John Jimmy, 1st Lieut. Ss Adjutant
1st Tenn. Cavalry. Aug. 23-tf.
ilF.AIy';AKTKn. V. S. F'lHCPS,
NAsnvir.LK, Oct 2.", 1.S02.J
Special Orders . .
I. Twenty-live dollars reward will be
paid for I lie discovery and information
of any urmi or iioiniHns of war concealed
in violation of Special Orders No. l'J.
II. Any slave giving reliable informa
tion of the concealment ot arms fchall
receive military protection.
By command of Ilrl. (Jen. NKGI.EY
JAMES A. LOW ME,
Capt. and A. A. (I.
G. M. h. JOHNSON,
Capt. and A. I). C.
Mr. (.001MU Wit IHltillTCU
fpAKE TIIW OlM'i ill'lt'MT Y T' I lNFUflM TIIR
X yumii; la'ii tanj t -it;i'iii.ii ol N.mhville, fiat
in ey ill . i-n .i Mb-; in 1 1 ii. KjOti- urt nl Uaiu-ini, on
aliintay, N. l..-r. It, m .1 o'elik, f. M ., at
K irlii,,.n II , on mhi.ui.t Hr... t. ';i,. v will "i-u
a rlna lor if. in I, in",,, l,.ndii y e , ciiinir, at 7 oV. ,
P. M .Ml f..-,li ...m:.i I yi.i,.iri..v, l'..1!.,. s I ,i
IIM'hea, Walt a, M.itliirkiis hifuiv i ril.nr, H,..1iiv,in,
-U- , i I In l.'iii.l.t. tifiitM-iii'-n vil'hii. In l-iL 't,
i..n a i' I p ,.,4.- hi..i,e en 1 1 . r. t', i.-..t i. .i-.
o. l. la.
CI-IAS. II. or-Ki
t'PMC, No 38 Cheiry ft., iV'p B.airs.)
, ' .
Library Association Co
Draws Daily at COVINGTOJf, Ey.,
AT 12 AND 5 O'ClriCK-
Under the F.Hjvrhttendenee of Suwvj
$5,000 to $40,000!
Tickets from (lae M'ar lo Ten Dollars.
Crileri for Tit kela wiU be promptly ert by re.
turn mall, ani cur t31c al brmmn aent ta all
mr All orjrrg for Tickets, ailUrfas
R. FRANCE & CO.,
Mf Circulars iDt fre to all orderloe. i
M. L. ALEXANDER,
Auction & Commission
SOLICITS CONSIGNMENTS, AND WILL G1VJ6
prompt attention to the Hale of Dry Goodx. BnoW,
Hh'ieH. Haw and MerchaniliH geuiirally.
" Ail Ba ei Cuh,ai:il return mail promptlj,
Itr-FERENcr : Mnrrifi A Ptrntton, It. S. Hollins
A Xi., A. J. Duncan ft Cd., Naahvil'., Tenn.
Charles H. Green,
ai.knt yon the
GQLLECTIQI1 OF CHILIS
U. S. GOVERNMENT.
Office, No. 38, Cherry Street,
Jnl 20 tf.
WILL 01 VK 1'KOMPT ATTENTION TO THE
ci'llw tmn cf claim (if eerj kiwi ni ainft tlm
UoTnrrjtni'Rt 'f the Luited Stales iulrimled to liin
OFFICE ON UNION ST2EET,
hetwiM ii (di'-irj mi l Cherry atreeU, (up tairn) over
Yirk' I) n,k Mtnre, KidnviLLa, TKlKllKlt
l)aeido cniij Eilwartl H. Eanl, S.uniiel K.Ilare,
Il.irace H. Uiirr on, A. J. UtinfAti.
Hi)on enutiiij Hon. .Iiinlun St'iktm.
Pmiih coutjij Dr. V. H. (J.irilon, J. W. Bowen.
Dekalb ec.an Col. W. B. Mokna.
H'arrea c.tiry Itnliert (lain, tieorge J, Ptulilodi-til.
Whtft county William Ilofrinn.
Jinllterord ay Kdar. h. J.inlnn, William H'
HntfoTi eoitai William II. Wisenor.
Marshall county Abiier Hlei-1.
A'utaiKf cc.mty Ilni Peytnn, Thoma Trlmhln.
Jwkion amiwjViA Khejiherl.
Inrt l-nawwe-lldn. T. A. 11. Mnlaon, Hon. Iluliei t
Claims Against the U. States.
A I-'. A. 11AI.I, will atten-t to the collection of
CU .mi fii;fl any t t'i United Htatei aiilhori.
lien eitl.er lirre t at VVaKli.nyton. Me may be loutwl
al tliC M'WfcCil' l.u; H-.
Nkliv He Jrine l;'h, Ml
Southern Bank Notes.
Son tli Carolina,
' iJ a "V li H,
AND G0VEKNHENT CHECKS,
UOt'HHT 4M) fiilJ) Y
No. M.C'.H-kiKi., (V.-n l j,f liirik nini litif )
Juiy 11 ' '
24 '24 24 24 24
IW.'IE i t)
V0. 21, DLIDKRKK Slitl'LT.
Where yti : lin.t the
in Naihvllln. Il.in'l fiwgel (in, phtce.
NO. 24, Dcaderick, Near Cherry.
r. ii(.i;u a w.
24 24 34 24 24
J o all tb .Milifary r(.artiueu In
Hie IifitrU t of in dlilOi
ON AN") AfTEK Tit" '! DAY Of JULY IK'i,
i I n-0 an iilll -e at tt t I I.u1 lte !s Saeo
i i.e, 'i."ii.fc.i, ttl (me (n fttit'n .'.n-et, ii;i.n le
V ..,! i i ... v l,.. v i.., K t ., fur all U.i.i.i t!( u
ui Ue in II u Jn.mr.aii: I. ! r '.I riw tn'inlln fina
j.jy ut iMti tit ; ':.J ' ki;; ;, jr ,
l'.-4-f (.i :rai't'r 'or I'm- 'i"t' i' l 01 ih.io
U II - I'lidi l .llaik.jl i ui t.i.J tor uoJ (alilo
ROBERT L i-IAITLAND & COi
General Commission Llerchant
63 and C3, Beaver IStreef, ami 0 Zxcltst
Wtm!. Wam nr. 111 U..
iluy 0, 180 A bin
UtH CUIf.1 MM
HARVEY, COLLINS & DlUCfC,
WA8HIKOTON, I. C.
CHARLES II. QUEEN, Agent,
No. 38, Cherry Street, NashviHo, Tenn.
f 11113 AGFNCY prmaeneea iwiiliar f.n-ilit!. i f. r ll.e"
X iucceful tiroeution and fettieinent or la-
Dand apiln't the General Government of KVKRY
DE.KIPTIO, ill ooiiduitiira having hnj aeveia
yoara' experienca in the management of elaima
fur Congrena, the Court of Claim!, and the Eera-
tivi Ieiartmeiiti at Wai-hington, anil .'ln( thor
onghly actinainted and fluniliar lih the Ihhd anJ
reKulutlotiit governing their aiUimtinent.
Particular attention will lieyiven to t an.-a ariaintl
out of tha present war, Including tlr airomita of
Btaten, Oiutractom, ami UiKlinrxiiig ('Itirira of the
War and Navy Peptrimente, and fur Collect
ine OrllliiiK, and OrRnnlKlnr VoU
lintetri," the reimbnreemant of which iaanthor
iedlynn act af (Vng-reea; CLAIMS KOK IKDKM
MTY F0n PltlVATK rnOPEIlTV TAKEN K0K
PCDMO 1'KS, OK FOB DANAdHS TO rUCH
VBOPERTY, fur Itcmea ot in the aeivlcr, and fur
Military Pay, IVnalona, and ICotuaf
Wo give -iecial attention to prm uriiiK 'ri)
lan ItOuntlOl, etc., accruing to Soldier
who have teen wounded, routracted ill enw, or the
famiiiea of inch aa have died, or lieen killed lul In
the dlncliari; of their line of drt.v a mi. h ilnl ir. t; tti
jiacial care will aUo be given to claims which
have been heretofore llcjet'ted or KukpeildeA
ly thel'epartmentaor I iielluleikt ly PlalinKCd
Prompt attention also plven 'to the cllectlon of
Qiiarterinaiit'r,8 Kecoij.ti given for Property taken
lor the nee of the Army, 19 WHinping At comita with
and collecting ( lamia ai;iilnl the ynai li t inaaler'i P
All Claims placed In our handu receive our Prompt
I'erNOlial Attention, thereby ircuring many
which, in the handu of an Attorney at any dittanl
point, freitieully prove, unmiccemifiil.
Aniile from tlm decided advautare, onr daily ftit-r
conree with ail the rVartnie nt( enuhlei 111 in.nx.f
caiea to obtain decision much more ) eodily thai
where al communication and other nccentary detail
mtitt ba conducted through the muiU.
To lit ia and, we aolic.it you to forwurd te 1.1 any or
all cane of audi character you miiy from tune to time
bava preeented, and, an ia our ciHtotn, we will fur.
nish yon with alt the neceeenry blank!, and, kei
required, liinti ilction.'
lio charge made in auy cane union tueimMfiit.
Addrem: CHAItlES H. GRKKV,
ho, ;m Chirry Htieft,
Kimhville, 'I'm 04
it 1: ri: urivcrs:
Hon llicHat WaiuACH.... Mayor of Waulilngton
" B. P. Faa'-n LYiddiIimoiht of Ptiblio .
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