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Sunday Morning, March 31, 1867.
Suffrage North a. ml South.
Thc Lynchburg Virginiun calls at?
tention to tho action of tho Legisla?
tures of Ohio and New l'ork ou tho
subject of negro suffrage, lu the
former it was repudiated outright,
and in the latter, whore qualified
negro suffrage has existed for years
past, the right of the negroes to vote i
for members of tho State Conven?
tion, soon to be assembled, was po-1
siticely denied. Ohio repudiated ne- :
gro suffrage under any circumstances, j
and New York refuses that class of
persons any agency or influence in
making a new Constitution.
We refer tu this matter at the pre?
sent time that we may contribute to
the enlightenment of the now class
of voters which has been installed in
tho Southern States. We desire to
show them that the very men who
prate so loudly about "negro suf?
frage,'' "manhood suffrage," and
?"universal suffrage," are hypocrites,
because they do not act up to their
It is stated in our Northern ex?
changes that, ou Thursday, tho State
Central Committee of New York
held a meeting at Albany, to consider
the present state of political affairs
and alsojtjthc attitude of thc party
with regard to extending suffrage to j
negroes by tho terms of the new j
Constitution to be framed by the
approaching New York Constitu?
tional Convention. A Mr. Spencer
offered a series of resolutions, which
vere supported by Horace Greeley,
and which declared one of the car- '.
dinal acetrines of thc Republican
party to be the right of . very citizen ]
to equality before the law; that all
malo citizens over twenty-one years j
of age, not under disability by rea
sou ot treason or other crimes or
insanity, should have a vote; and
that they profoundly regretted the
action of those Republican members
of fciae New York Legislature who, by
recent votes in that body, have been
found "to coalesce'with all the Demo- i
crats of that body, except one in j
repudiation of universal suffrage, and !
consequent denial to the black mau !
of a right to vote for delegates to the
These resolutions were discussed
at length, and when a vote was taken,
it was found that eight of the mem?
ber.-: presen! were in favor of them
and ten op}) ,ed, so that they were j
not adopted. Thc general argument
of those who opposed them was,
that it was impolitic and dangerous;
for the Republican Jparty to commit
itself, at this time, to universal suf
And so "manhood suffrage" goes
by the board in New York, where
there is but a handful of negroes j
compared with the number of that
povmlution in the Sont!). Judged,
the::, by the rule which we ol* the
South are hold up, there is really no
republican Government in Ohio or
As ourcotemporary says, such facts
.us these should be brought to the at?
tention of the colored race iii thc
.South. They should be convinced
that negro suffrage in tho South
was dictated by no love for them,
but .simply to punish the South?
ern people, and to build up a
Republican party here, that would
cuable the radicals" to maintain con?
trol of the Government. It is not
worth while to mince ma*tors at the
present time, or stand upon our dig?
nity, where thc most vital interests
of our section are involved. We must
fight the enemy with his own chosen
weapon, and we eau do it successfully,
and upon our own gr?mini, and thus
the engineers <ii' evil will be hoisted
with their own petard.
PRICES Firn ?EARS AGO.-Look?
ing over our file for 1S17, says the
Portsmouth Journal, we cast our eyes
upon the prices current of February
of that year, and as an evidence that
the present prices of many leading
articles have not gone beyond that
time, wo give a few samples. The
prices given are thc wholesale; thc
retail were, of course, higher:
Bacon, 15 cents; burley, $1.25 to
SI.50; beans. $4.00 to $4.50 per
bushel; butter, shipping No. 1, -2\
cents; No. 2, 22 cents; corn, $1.90 to
$2.10; coffee, 1;) to 21 cents; cotton,
30 to 32 cents; Virginia coal, $9 t?>
$15; dour, $14 to SIT?; hay, $21 tu
$24; molasses, 18 to 54 cents; peas,
$2.50 to $3; sugar, loaf, 25 cents;
brown, ll to 1"< cents; tea, Hyson,
$1.79; Hyson.'.kin, $1; Souchong, GS
io 75 cents.
COLVMIU.V, S. C.. March 30, 1867.
EDITORS OF THE PHOENIX: Will
you allow me thc usc of your co?
lumns to acknowledge the kindness
of benevolent friends from abroad : o
our suffering people, ?ind to render
an acconnl so far of the stewardship
which has boen entrusted lo mc.
ia October hist, at thc request of
Governor <>n-, I undertook the dis?
tribution ot .i noble charity which
had been sent to thc poor of South
Carolina by sonn; ladies of La Grange,
Mo., and, at his request, endeavored
to ascertain thc amount of destitu?
tion throughout tho State. By cor?
respondence and personal interviews
with prominent gentlemen from every
part of the State. I soon learned that
the want was beyond thc conception
of any one not acquainted with the
facts of the case, and that we were in
as?ate of appalling want, if not of
actual famine. The .statistics I then
collected I have on hand, and will
be happy to furnish them to any one
desiring exact information as to the
relative need in the various Districts.
1 have also been, for months, in cor?
respondence with relief societies in
Missouri, Kentucky, Tennessee, Bal?
timore, and latterly New York and
Philadelphia, and have received most
generous responses to my applica-1
tions from St. Louis, La Grange, St. j
Joseph's, Mo., various parts of Ken- |
tucky and Tennessee, and from Bal- j
tiniore, at different times, ?md re- ?
cently a large donation of corn from
New York; and tho hearts of all thc
people must have been touched on
seeing the letters from Virginia toi
(icu. Hampton, offering aid to us
now in our sore need. 1 have, ;
thr< 'Ugh the kindness of these friends,
been enabled to distribute 2,000 bu
shels of corn to tho most needy parts
of tho State; 1,000 ! have divided,
among thc poor <>f Richland and the i
other adjoining Districts. 1 have
also distributed small sums of money
throughout different parts of South
Recently, a committee has bee:-,
formed, consisting ol' Rev. .!. lb Ad- I
'ger. D. D.. Chairman; Rev. George
Howe. D. !>., Rev. J. L. Reynolds,
D. D., Rev. /Jr. Rude and myself,
for the purpose of receiving ami dis?
tributing any contributions of money
or provisions which maybe sent to,
the State. This committee has at
ready, situar its formation, been en?
abled to send relief to almost every]
District ia the State and earnestly
hopes, by the blessings ol' God, to
become instrumental in helping many
who are ready to perish with hunger. !
Any information desired, as to per- >
sons to whom supplies shouldbeseut
in thc varions Districts, ! can fur?
nish, having, at the request of Go?
vernor Orr. made arrangements with
gentlemen in ali parts of the State
forthat purpose, and tiny informa?
tion respecting the need of the State
can be had by applying to me, ami
I any contributions will be gratefully
received by any one of the above
named committee, who will distri?
bute it ai.riling as it is most needed,
or, if preferred] to any part of the
State, 'iv to anv person designated
by the donor. Veiw respoet?u?lv.
Tur. Li ES', CUTIOS A ?orr C.YN.V;>.\.
i The following was adopted hythe
Houseof Representativos on Wednes?
! "Mr. ii mks also reported a joint
? resolution declaring that thc people
of the United Slates cannot regard
I tlie proposed confederation of the
provinces on the Northern frontiers
of this country without extreme
solicitude; that confederation of
States on this continent, extending
I from ocean lo ocean, established
I without consulting the people of the
provinces, and founded on the mo
! narchical principle, cannot be consi
I tiered otherwise than us in contraven
I tion of the positions and constantly
I declared principles of this Govern?
ment, endangering its most important
interests, ami tending'to increase and
perpetuate tho embarrassments al?
ready existing between til" two ( I i>
"After .some discussion between
Messrs. Banks, Brooks, Wood and
I Chandler, thc resolution was passed
I without division."
j WHOLESALE SUEINO.-The Darling?
ton Sout/teniv)', speaking of return
I lt is impossible to give a correct
' ostini. of thc number of sued eases,
but i..c amount.it is thought, will
not be much behind L,500. This
thing coming- upon the people so
I soon after the great war, and in the
j midst of ti sore famine, will certainly
affect a ruin, if not arrested, more
complete than any confiscation bill
that Congress could pass. Of the
two met boils of punishment, wc do
not hesitate to say, that we would
nations a law rather than this flood
of wholesale sneing, which is only
another species of confiscation ; for
I under the former .something might
bc left to many a poor debtor, while
umh r the operation of the latter a
, clean sweep will be made.
The remedy for the evil, if noi
afforded by the military authorities,
may bc found in a convention, which
we trust may very soon be held.
Bright and D'I ".radi have been hob?
nobbing over reform.
GEXERAJCJ HOWARD ON THE DESTITU?
TION or THE Sut rn.-In a recent let?
ter to John Welch. Esq., Chairman
of the Philadelphia Committee on
Distribution, General Howard, of the
Freedmen's Bureau, says:
Von ask. "Shall any additional aid
be giveu by voluntary contribution?*'
I will simply give yen the state <>f the
ease, anti leave you to judge foryour
self. I will give you an example of
one County in Alabama, ami this is a
fair sample of several in that State
and in Georgia. My information
comes from a gentleman of high
standing, thoroughly and continu?
ously loyal, sent to mo by thc people
of his County, fully endorsed by
Generals Stanley, Thomas and others
as a reliable man. lb; says: "There
are upwards of ??,000 people in my
County alone who are. to-day, abso?
lutely dependent on others for food.
Tiie small fanners are giving up their
seed to these people for bread. The
suffering is great and ou the increase,
ami I do not see how our people eau
get seed to put. iu the next crop. The
great majority have always been truly
loyal to the Government of the United
States." Now I have never said much,
if anything, with regard to the prin
eiple of Governnn nt charity, but one
thing is certain, where there is such
a want of food, there will necessarily
be great scarcity of other things
which the Government does not pro?
pose to furnish. I do hope that your
different associations will semi their
own agents through that section ol'
the country where the crops have
failed, or correspond with people <>n
the ground, so cs to ascertain facts.
My own reports und statements have
been based upon the reports 1 have
received from inspecting officers,
agents, Governors <>!' States and citi?
zens, who have written to me or eon
versed with me with regard to tho
destitution. Still. 1 shall feel bettor
satisfied, if your associations make
their own inspections, or enough to
bas.- vonr iudgmeut inion.
The New York Ifrntl'l. of Thursday,
has the following suggestion:
There are a great many projetas on
foot for relieving the distress that
prevails in the Southern States, pri?
vate theatricals, dinners, ladies" fairs
and subscription lists, to which
wealthy individuals are solicite.1, to
contribute, are the means relied upon,
to effect this object. The persons
who move in these things seem to
regard the South as a small district,
in which the distress can be easily
reached. They might work forever
after this fashiou before they coul 1
hope to control it. The true way To
relieve the South is not by eleemo?
synary efforts, but by industrial aid.
One of the first things to ba done is.
to furnish means to tho Southern
I people to repair their worn-out rail?
roads and telegraph lines. Aft. r the
i war closed, a number of .-peculators
and adventurers rustled down there
: and purchased up, at a few cents on
the dollar, the stock of all the exist
in:,' lines. In their hands, no effort
i will bo made to improve thom, and
? they most continue to decline in
: value. Capitalists like Mr. Astor,
Mr. Vanderbilt, Mr. Peabody and Mr.
: St.-wart should buy out these people,
: and invest a portion of their vast
; means in improving these lines, thus
directly stimulating the industry of
the country and developing its vast
resources. That would be a practical
way of relieving thc South. All these
other plans are mere honnepathic
I doses of sympathy. The evil is a
; gigantic one, and must be m< t by
! measures proportioned to its extent.
-? ^ ?. ?
j SOONER.-Ladies who have a dis?
position to punish their husbands
should recollect that a little warm
sun-shine will melt an icicle much
! -ootna-than a regular North-easter.
Mr. Davidson s School,
MRS. M. MAlIoN S. on Asst
j Terms, for ;i Scholastic Month English
course, ie Latin, Give!-: or French, il
I extra. March 31 1_
nPoKl'.!'. mouths from date, application
i JL will bu mailc for renewal of CERTIFI?
CATE No. ?>:. for 13 shares in thc Augusta
and Columbia Railroad, dated .lime ls,
! ISi?i?, tin- original having been lost or niis
: laid. G. <i. NEWTON.
: March 31 m3mp
City Eire Department.
TH E regular monthly meeting
of this Department will he held
TO-MORROW EVENING, 1st
April, at ?o'clock. liv order:
March 31 1 C. F. HAltItIS?N, Sec'y.
JUST RECEIVED, an assort-_"
1 ment of CHAIRS a well-made,?
substantial article, of different
kinds suited to the wants of the
people, and at LOW PRICES. Call prompt?
ly at th.- store ot CRAWFORD & FRIDAY,
adjoining Charleston Depot.
mAKEN AT PAR for DRY GOODS, AT
1 <:<>ST. FISHER tSt LOWRANCE.
DINNER HOUSE i
SOUTH CAROLINA RAILROAD.
PASSENGERS leaving Colnmbiaon
thc ll.lo :\. m. traill.can ?. - DINNER
J?fflLat Kingsville . a the arrival of thc
1 cars, at ! .20. C. A. SCOTT.
March 23 12
Printing' Material For Sale.
4 N assortment* of TYPE and MAT!".!:!
A little chap who had among his 1
Christmas presents, a "mechanical j
; box," in which two ' 'colored pussons" ?
I were intended to dance <>:i being
I wound up, found it would not work,
and appealed to an older brother to
"tix it." Jack looked at it. and im?
mediately exclaimed, "Why! they
can't be fixed so as to work. Bob.
?.hey are tree, voa know/'
A coating of three parts lard und !
I one part rosin applied to farm tools
i o." iron or steel will effectually pre?
vent rust. Common nails heated
red-hot and dropped into cold water
I will clinch and answer tin? purpose
j of wrought nails. The sharp corner
of a common Indian arrow head or
! flint will eui glass quito effectually.
A man. in Portland, Me., attended
j a masquerade hall, disguised as au
i ape. After dressing in the character,
j he was passing through au entry,
I when a large Newfoundland dog at
! tacked him, and ii" was obliged to liv,
! to avoid being torn to pieces.
1 A fool, having put on a pair of
: green spectacles, exclaimed: "How
j ilo these become tue'.- Don't you
. think they improve my looks?" "I
' think they do," was the reply;
j "they hide a part of your face."
WHY?-A drunken mau who slip?
ped down upon a piece of ice one
: cold night, wanted to know why
j it was that water always froze with
j the slippery side up.
"How do you define 'black as
! your hat?' " said a school-master to
om- of. his -pupils. "Darkness that,
may be lf<s?t,' " replied the youthful
Mendelssohn means '-sou ot an
i almond." Rothschild means "red
shield:" llotbcrmel, "red sleeve;"
Lauuenslager. "lutc-plaver:*1 Offeu
I bach, "open brook."
The young ladies nf tho present
age ar? not particularly straight
: laced in their ideas ot propriety, but
most of them are very . ?//'-'-laced in
their ideas of symmetry.
There isa man out West whose
memory is so short that itoulyreach
, cs io his knees; consequently, he
j never pays for his boots.
A near-sighted gentleman paid a
Cincinnati shop-keeper ?30 for a hat.
He mistook it for five and so did the
hatter, for be said nothing about it.
What s the difference between a
. pound of meat and a drummer-boy'.'
Answer. < >ne weighs a pound and
' the other pounds away.-Trocey.
Au irishman applying for relief,
being told to work for his living, re?
plied. "If I'd all ;':;.> work in the
I world, ? couldn't do it."
..If ever you have any dispute
; wit!: any om- about money.'' said a
seedv fellow, to a rich friend, "'just
? leave itt.? me."
Tim most reluctant slave to vice
I that we ever saw was a poor fellow
who had his lingers in one.
; Why arc chickens denied inimor
; tality? Answer. Because they have
their necks twirled in this.
Why should there be no free sea's
in a church? Because you ought
not to be made good for nothing.
Mr. Quilp says the "Black Crook"
runs so well on account of the num
: bm- of legs in it.
Tin-re are. in indiana. 500 incura?
bly insane persons, outside of the
i Small-pox is prevalent in Boston
and its vicinity.
; The Richmond Tim s thinks that
j women will vote in lc.-s than ton years.
I Prince Alfred, of England, is tak
I ing a jolly cruise rou.'.I the world,
j The Maison Dore in New York
! will be used as a dry goods store.
Four persons fell dead, freon heart
' disease, in one week in New England.
Men are like wagons; they rattle
1 most svhen there's nothing in them.
_ -~ o -e TS s
; i 3 r? as g; \ r- P* "1 w
y ?j 22 ? ja Z a ?j
' " Ig S s
i-? "u o .s ? a
HT* fi -?S ~U> ? fer," ?5 -
rH Z &3 ? S 'Gob '-fi - ?
Hams, Candles, &c.
j HEVFTY box< ??? Adamantine CANDLES
I J? mo New i'ork Sugar-cured HAMS
I strictly choice.
! Tiere s and tubs onie LEAF LAUD. Ac.
For salo bv ' GEO. SYMMERS.
j Mardi .->:?
i "I RBLS. FAMILY FLOCK.
I HM / 2". bids. West' rr. Super. Flour.
Hocker's Self-raising Flour. For salo
low. E. & G. !>. HOPI'..
BACON ! BACON ! !
/ ii.?.Ai; sll>ES, Stripsaud Shoulders
I Vy' all si.und and sweet.
! March 22 -b < '. SEEGERS A CO.
GINGER SNAPS, CRACKERS, &c.
TUST received, a fresh assortment of
GINGER SNAPS. CREAM CRACKERS,
Sngar Crackers, Soda bis.-nit. Boston and
! Rutter Crackers. .). A 1. R. AGNEW.
NI? COLN PLANTERS.
J [SHER A LOWRANCE.
THE REVENUE RAWS.-We have i
received from a friend a copy ot tar i
Acts relative to rho collection ot tia; ;
revenue, which can he examined ly
all parties interested.
Jo;: PIUNTINO.-The .To!. Office of I
the /'/>.>'..)ix isas complote a any in j
I thc South, it is furnished with new j
; fonts of type of all descriptions and :
i of the most modern stylos. All work '
? executed promptly, with tast< and
I skill, and at reasonable rates.
! ? !
! CHOICE GROCSRI ES. -Messrs. Cai- ?
. nan vV Kreuder are receiving and i
I . ...
opening a stock ol groceries, which
I will c. mal any in the city. And as
j for their "Creme do Bouzy"' cham
! pagne, wc venture the assertion, with
? out fear of contradiction, that it can
; not be excelled- if equalled. Call
j and examine thc stock, it AV i H cost
nothing to look.
1 SHOW POSTERS, HANDBILLS, ?fcc
Our supply of type and facilities of
press-work enable us to turn out from
the PJuvnix office the most attractive
1 styles of posters, hand-bills, AC. at
i short notice, and in the most satis
1 factory manner.
j RELKUOIS SERVICES Tuts DAV. --
! Trinity Church -Rev. P. J. Sham!,
j ld'._. a. m. and o', p. m.
I Presbyterian Church- -Rev. \Y. E.
Boggs. Pastor, LO1., a. m. and 3'.j
Sr. Peter's Church- -Rev. .7. ,T.
I O'Connell, 10'.. a. m. and 3'j p. m.
Washington Street Chapel-Rev.
C. ll. Pritchard. 3<>'.. a. m. Rev.
' D. J. Simmons. 31.. o. ni. Rev. C.
i!, thitchard, 71.. p." m. Seats free.
Christ ChurchCongregation, (Tlieo
! logical Seminary)-Rev. J. M. Prin?
gle, 10,'-.j a. m. and 3'.. p.m.
i IJaptist Church-Kev. J. L. Eey
uolds, IO1., a. m. and 7'.. p. m.
Lutheran Lecture Room - -Rev. A.
; 1?. Rude, ld'., a. m.
I Marion Street Church -Rev. i>. .T.
Simmons, ld' . a. m. llev. C. H.
j Pritchard, -'i' .. p. m.
1 Gums! CAKDS!-Show cards, bnsi
I ness cards, visiting and wedding
i cards, executed at the /'/'/.<Job
: Office, in thc neatest styles of tin
? art. Cards of all si/.os constantly
! on hand, and all orders from town oi
j country promptly attended to.
NEW Alu JUMENT FOR SMOKING.-A
? COteniporary says that, a few day.
ago, "yo local" dropped suddenly it
i upon a yon ny lady, and, horrible tc
I relate, found tho damsel engaged
leisurely puffing a small, mildly tia
j vored cigar. We were struck duml
with astonishment, and our ?rst im
? pression, after recovering from tin
? blow, was that we worein the "Sunni
South," and had been ushered int<
the presence of a Southern belle o
' smoking and snulit'-takingpr< ?clivities,
j After this delusion had passed fron
\ our minds, we venture.I to inquire
j "What in the world. Fanny, do yoi
I mean by smoking that cigar?" Sh
i rather languidly replied. "Well, yoi
see, George, it'makes it as thongl
j there was a man around!" We sub
j sided, but mentally made a note o
i the fact that Fanny hud certain!
j produced a new and novel argumen
in favor of smoking.
j W. BEVERLY NASH.- -A colored sis
j tor writes to Forney and pitches int
! Beverly as follows:
Beverly Nash is a dead dog; he lin
proved himself a disloyal negro; h
gave a speech calling our Norther
friends skulkers and Northern denni
gogues; promised to worry Congres
until the rebels are enfranchise.]
Oh, my God! I could have cut hi
cars oil' close to his black hoad
I denounce him as a traitor; T wan
you to keep his name ever in yon
mind, and if he ever dares t
cross your path, keep him at
distance. He is unfit to be with th
j lowest of the earth; he isa betrayer (
his race. 1 send you a paper wit
his speech: tell me what you think <
ii. Congress knows what wo need
and can do better for us down Sont
than till we could tell or ask. woul
do. 1 do think, if Congress disfrat
chise tho whites and give the powe
to my race, ii they-the rebels-neve
j get it until 1 ask it of Congress, tho
j would hi> without it until dooms-daj
Let the name of Beverly Nash be ta
I a pestilence to you. and warn othoi
of him for my sake and for the sak
i of the loyal colored people of Cc
lumbla, South Carolina.
All we have to suv is, that froi
the communication we pnblishc
yesterday morning, we judge th;
Beverly is conipetentato#take caro <
j himself. Wc take'occasion to stat.
I moreover, for the information of tb
I Charlotte (fnfirdinn, who has aske
' for it, that wo believe the sent inion'
j and opinions of W. B. Nash ai
, those ol nine-tenths oi the cohere
people of Columbia
c?al and other circulars, it: the various
forms-note, letter and commercial
post-neatly printed in our Joi
Office, and all work of this deserij
tion fiuishedin thebestsiyle of pri:
ing, and at moderate price-.
Crawfi?r?l A Fridav Count rv (..'ha;: ?
Levin .v Mikell - Business Stan-',
c. I*. Jackson- -Spring Goods.
A. R. Phillips-Corn at Auction.
Jas. Wood Davidson-School Nolie
G. iL Newton Kencwal ot Certificat;
T. W. Radcliffe- Guns, ristols, Ac
Meeting of Fire Department.
J. C. Jaunt y -List of Letters.
4 N EXPERFENCED BOOK-KEE1?L?'
J\. is desirous of obtaining three or fou:
sets of Books to post, Ac City references
Night School, for Writing, Arithmetic and
Book-keeping-, at Brennan A Carroll's Car?
ri:;-.- Manufactory. Address P. o. Box 2'i
rpiIK firm heretofore existh n a- il.
JL DAVID A CO. is this dav dissolved
bv mutual consent. M. DAVID.
JL C. MAP.E.
Columbia, s. C., March 2'J. 18t>7.
THE SUBSCRIBER will continue tb
Drv Coeds and general assortment busi?
ness in tue old stan.i of M. DAVID A CO..
on Plain street, one door from Assembl;
and takes this method of thanking thc
publie aad his friends for their patronat
ext? oded the late firm, and will endeavi :
t.. merit a continuance of the -ame. IP
will also settle all the liabilities and debt::
contracted ii: the ?tame of tho firm of 55,
DAVID .v CO. M. DAVID
A List o? Letters
T> EMA IN INO In the Post Oft. :e. C .'.".: .
JK bia, S.t C., April 1. IStJJ. 1 rs
Anderson. W W Lee, Lavin:.;
Ansson. .h raith, au Lee, Wm
Alpmnshcpor. Mr Lciirhen. Lulu:
Banville, airs F Luises. Miss Na
Banghma?.Mi> SK 2 Magee. Mrs Eli:
Beck, Mrs R < Man, Mrs Selve
Bise'.?. Isam Marshal. Wils.
Black. Edward Marshall. Mi?
Black. N A Martin. Mrs M
Boovter. A C MeOartei. T P
Bowman. Howard McDonnald, Mr
Branham. li T McDonald. J C
Brooks, lb arv M.-burtie, Bill'
Br AV,i. Sam ' 2 McDuifis. Mrs';
Brown, Mrs C McFee. Mis*
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