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"Let all the ends thou aiia'st at be . thy Country's, thy God's, and Truth's.'
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X- O. WALLACE,
mmmui nm tiiursdaf, December 20, im.
whole no.. 211.
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ley 10 Taper will bssor.t outof the county; child and sought a home in an east-
uniers for m advance. '
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Cents for each continuance.
IiIpTcrsor.s advertising by the yeav, will
Kt-y 7mj to tie eicn immediate ,!;
ihr busbies: and the business of nn ad- I
vortisin" f:rm is not considered as including
that of its individual msmbrs.
CT-Anr.ouneing candidates Throe Collars
io ls piil in alliance in every case.
CiT-Vd vertisi.-ments not marked with the num
ber of inserions when handed in, will beooi
thviti unli! orJerc.l out, aal payment exa tel.
(i6Xi a-loirtisement cnn. Icixssrte.i gratuitously.
(TAdvertisomeuts oi a personal nacurc, inva
riMy charged ioubh prue.
trJ'j Printing, " all mms, nmny ,
done on New Type, and on
terms as any office in Tennessee,
--rrt L'ililt!r will U3 Ui3HJiiiiiiuvi iiuiin on
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3S are paid up except at the cation r
the Pull -s-ier.
GLEAr4lNGS FROM PAPERS,
Viilli Editorial Spriukliags.
Tim Cost of irrr. It is estimated
ibat.ono year of the East era war
already past has cost 1,000, JU0,UU J
divided in the proportion of one-third
each to Russia and France, and the
remaining third divided cqua.iy ue
tween, England. Turkey and Sirdinia.
Tho loans have been as follows:
France, 00,000,000; England,
These three nations began the war
in debt as follows: England S3.
839,C15,O00,FranceSl,lCi,O00,0O0 Russia $1,340,000,000.
Emigraiionfrom Tennessee to His
7T.. Tho Murfieesboro' (Tenn.)
News, of the 31st ult., says:
During no fall within our reollce
tion havo we feen half so many
i,, westwards. Texas, Arkansas,
MTpssuri and Kansas, nro tho local
ities to which they are going. The
papers in the cast and also in the
west end of the State, have noticed
tho extraordinary " number .of fami
lies' moving westward tho present
Tho Dublin Hospital Gazstte
states that diseased teeth have been
rendered inscnsiblo to pain by a
cement composed of Canada Balsam
and slacked lime, which is to bo
inserted in tho hollow cf the tooth
like a pill. It is stated that such
t.ills afTDrd immediate relief in all
tooth-aches but chronic cases of
inQamation. This remedy for tooth
ache is simple, safe, and can be easily
.tried by any person.
cliarTctl Thirty lyojiars iora wnoie cti- uy uuu tuuiw vi un, mo lii.ii
nmn? Tweolf Oollars for one-half. !rjgj anf t13 little girl was Sent to .1
SraSiS:' i , torfcr of Now Tork
trT-l ha nrivilee oi yearir n-neaitas OKlte. r.iltiu lift cuuuaiwii nua at-
Tha wholo number of cars andri foruno upon the daughter, and
Incnmatives on the Erie Railroad is
3.1GS, which, if coupled together in
oae train, would rer.eh a distaaco of
21 miles, and be able to carry iou,
000 persons in one day from New
York to Lake Erie. Tho company
has in its employment not less than
5000 persons, whose pay per month
is$l23,000, or 1,500,000 per year.
In the Lutheran established church
of Sweden, every child must be bap
tised within eight days after it is
born, whether tho parents are drunk-
flrds or vagabonds, or no mautt
thev arc. Should the parents refuse,
as is sometimes the case, the pa
rents arc sent for by tho indignant
pastor with a civil commission, and by
force of arms the little stranger, is
dragooned into the church.
"A man in New Orleans recently
got beastly drunk and : was found
lying in the street On beiug taken
thn police cfilce he: was found to
hxa SI 000 in. bills secreted in his
cravat, and nearly $10D in. change
h nocket What lack some
A gambler was ducked at Cairo,
Uieuuiuruoji, 4v wv-ve,
TO out of 200.
Extraordinary' Case of a Bride.
The following is a true story, and
occurred in Cincinnati not long since:
About twenty years ago, a man and
position) who hr.d been wedded long
1 enouch to be blessed byaiemsle babe,
' discovered that they did not love one
era city, where her parents resided,
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resuming her maiden name and giving
tl!3 Clllid tne Same. Alter a UlYOrcO
T,rl florPftl nTVn ftnrl nhtainp.il
! uliu vuvn "i
tended to, and where she lived until
a few months ance.
The man has continued to reside in
the West, and being young when sep
arated from bis wife, of a hale consti
tution, and particularly carcfol to re
move from Lis countenance, as far as
possible, all traces of time's .foot
r.rinfs. h?.a knfc a YOTV Youthful flD-
a Jiinds, neatly l,l"-1U3 " 1" , . " V. J " " f
i as reaoonaile , pesrance, consideripg his age. Being
c.e- , ,Jin r.iHiient circunisLmces, of good ad-
tinueduntdall, ,i-iik, -V,!. :
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little niceties that continue to stamp
the gontleman of fashionable life, ho
was always regarded as a desirable
prize by designing mammas. Never
theless, he had escaped all their snares,
to the great annoyance of pretty girls
j channIcg wi(loTVS who reaiy
; thougbt it was th.2 aty of M to
jg(?t married jt have been
fctJ d avCKjon to ftQ sex or might
be attributed to his early lesson yet,
a f;;ct it was, that he did not marry.
Eut not to be too prolix, we'll cut
off some of tb.3 little unimportant
items and proceed to the story. In
last June, a Miss J arrived in
Cincinnati from the East, on a visit to
a relative who had been a resident of
th 3 Queen City but a few months.
The second week of her sojourn
threw her in company with this grass
widower cf twenty years' standing,
who showed by his attentions that he
was more than usually : impressed by
tha charms of the fair staffer. Ev-
and she was thought not to ba entire
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ly insensible to his charms of person
and mind. A month glided away
a month of courtship, which was
carefully noted and winked at by her
relative. At length her hand was
ssked in marriage, and the matter re
ferred to her connection.
lie seemed to favor the project,
and appointed an interview for the trio
the same evening. They met in the
parlor, when a more formal solicitation
fur her hand wa3 made; and while the
ardent suitor was awaiting with breath
less anxiety for the answer that wa
to seal his fate, tho young lady was
led forward, and presented to her own
father! the lover.
It is needless to add that both wer
astonished; however, it has resulted
in rood: the fither has settled a libe-
crG this both are in Paris, preparatory
rr mnkiirr thfi tourot JVJrODe. 11113
romance of every day life is but an
other instance ot truth oitentimes
beius stranger than fiction.
Beauties 07 NcvrsrAr-Eit Puelisii
IMJ.Col. Fitzgerald, senior editor
of the Philadelphia Item, in a recent
issue, thus relates bis experience in
'During the first years we have
gone home of a Saturday night
without money enough to buy bread
for our little ones for the ensuing
CnJv S Ttflp.n times wo nave
r awned our watch to pay our hands,
In the course OI lUCSe bu aim aiuu
1 1 1 ...wl efn-rn
rrnhationfirv eight years, we T have
twice been blind irom over reaumS
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and writing, and our eyes are sen
ously and permanently mjurea.
Tn Vermont, according to tho new
Liquor Law, it costs uto dollars -to
drunk, ten dollars to procure
liquors under false prstences, and
three hundred to sou or iuiu.tu auu
Tn th same State, kidnapping and
necro-stealing aro not regarded as
offences against law or morais.
Can the Know Nothio's Sooth 20 il!
The lata Know Nothing Conven
tion held at Cincinnati, passed the fol
lowing resolutions: ' :"
The select committee to which was
referred various resolutions and propo
sitions,' mainly on the subject of the
differences existing between the
North and South, on the subject of
slavery, has had the same under con
sideration, and has approved the fol
lowing resolution, and reconimend
its adoption, in lieu of the 12th sec
tion of tho National Platform. .
That the repeal of the Missouri
Compromise was an infraction of tb.3
plighted faith of tho nation, and that
it should be restored; and if efforts
to that end should fail, Congress
should refuse to admit into the Union
any State tolerating ; slavery, which
shall be formed out of any portion cf
the tenitory from which that institu
tion was excluded by that Compro
mise. . - ,
That this Convention protests)
against coalescing with any party
which demands the postponement or
abandonment of American principles,
or the disorganization of the 'Ameri
That this Convention recommends
to the delegates to the National Con
vention, from the States here repre
sented, to request the President of
tba TJofioi fVmnMi fr nil n mfrt-
cf the same, to be held at Philadel
phia, on the 19th day of February
Such are tli3 manciples of that
party purporting to be national, and
and boasting that it is the onbj na
tional party in existence. We pity
that man who clings to a party hold
ing the above ' sentiments under the
illusion that it ii? national. "We ask
can tho know nothings South go it?
We believe they cannot nor will not.
The national men of all parts will
cling to the old and fire-tested De
mocracy they will do it when tho
emergency demands it The Demo
cratic party his such a hold upon the
hearts of the American people, it in
spires such a confidence that they
look to it in the hour of danger rs
the only rock upon which safety can
Scaling Turtles. ; !
The tortoise shell cf commerce is
merely the scales that cover the bony
shield of the turtle. These scales
are thirteen in number, varying from
an eighth to a quarter of an inch in
thickness. A largo turtle will fur
nish about eight pound;?. To de
tach this shell from the living animal
is a cruel proces?, which it made my
flesh creep to witness. The fishers
do not kill the turtles; did they do
so, they in a few years would exter
minate them. When the turtle is
caught they fasten him, and cover his
back with dry leaves or grass, io
which they set fire. The heat causes
the plates to separate at their joints.
A lame knife is then careluiiy inferr
ed horizontally beneath them, and the
aminaj lilted from the back, care be
in? taken not to injure the shell by
too much heat, nor to force it off un
til the heat has fully prepared it lor
separation. Many turtles die under
this cruel operation, but instances are
numerous in which they have been
caught a second time, with the over
coating reproduced: but in such ca
ses, instead ot thirteen pieces, it is a
Eingle piece. "
The Sheriff of Belmont county, O.,
while arrancine a fire in one of the
apartments of the Jail, a few days
since, as coolly locked "up by two
prisoners, one of them named Aaron
Lambert ' The scamps deliberately
walked off, and have not -since been
heard of. '
There is a woman living in Marion
countv. Ind., who is the mother
nine children, eighty-four grand
children, one hundred and one great
grand-children, ; and . some half
List Thee a Tone.
List thee a tone, sad as the sigh, '
Or moan above tho dead ; f '
; It is my broken spirit's wail
I O'erbope3 forever fled; ,:
My soul is bound in grief and gloom
Too dark and deep foj song, "
And yet I wiU repeat to thee
The story of my wrong!
; I met thee, and my willing heart
Was from that moment thine;
I did not stay to woo thy lova
Before I gave thee mine;
Cut had I known that one so fair
Could wear so false a smile,
I had sot felt my heart consumed -
- Upon a funeral pile.
Thou hast engulphed my very lifj
In bitterness and gloom
Aye, draped my spirits with a pall
As rayloss as the tomb.
And if the woe which unto ma
Thy faithlessness imparts,
Were given to a thousand men,
'Twould crush a thousand hearts!
But words like these can bring not back
- The hours once bright to me,
Nor win from death the tranquil joy
I lost in loving thee!
My frail life barque is driv'n before
The angry tempest's breath,
And not a star burns through the storm
To light it down to death!
Farewell! thispoisoned shaft of steel
My bosom had uot fell ,
Ilad I less fondly loved, or at
A worthier shrine have knelt!
One prayer for thee! may Heaven defend
k Thy bosom from the pain,
The deep, corroding pangs that rend
The heart that loves in vain!
'. '. "Never Court bat One." v
I have finished il, the letter.
That will tell him he is free;
From this hour, and forever,
Ho is nothing more to rao!
And my heart feels lighter, gayer,
Since the deed at last is done
It will teach him when he's courting,
. He should never court but one! '
Everybody in the villnge
Knows that he's been wooing me;
And this morning he was riding
With that saucy Anna Lee!
They say he smiled upon her,
As he cantered by her side;
And I'll warrant you he's promised
To make her soon his bride! r
But I've finished it, the letter,
. From this moment ho is free
He may have her. if he wants her, '
If he love3 her more than me!
nemaygo it will not kill me
- I would say the same, so there,
If I know it would, for flirting,-
It is more than I can bear,
It is twilight, and the evening
That he said he'd visit me;.
But no doubt he's now with Anna,
He may stay there, too, for met
And as true as I'm a living,
If he ever comes hero more,
I'll act as if we never,
Never, never met before!
It is timo ho should be coming,
And I wonder if he will; '
If he docs. I'll look so coldly ,
What's that shadow on tho hill?
I declare, out in the twilight.
There is some one coming near
Can it be? yes 'tis his figure,
Just as true as I am here!
Kow I almost wish I'd written
Not to him that he was free;
For perhaps 'twas but a story
. That ho rode with Anna Lee.
There! he's coming through tho gate-way,
I will meet him at the door.
And I'll tell him still I love him,
If he'll court Miss Lee no more!
A man iu Mount Vernon, Me., has
raised in the' open air, for the last
three years, the coffee plant; the seed
of which was brought five years ago
from Cuba. Y It grows about two feet
high, and produces its-berries in
pods something like , peas. The
plants, he says, have matured, even
this season, and the berries ripened
without injury from frosts. r
An extraordinary elopement case
has recently occurred in Louisiana, re
sulting in on3 elopement, one cow
hiding, two separations, two trials and
one transportation. .. t
A Good Custom. Ia Pari3 apoth
ecaries are obliged to put all poisons
in red paper, while white labels must
be used for medicine intended for
Jack and llie Widow.
Jack Spriggins was a first-rate
young man, and like the most of that
class, was not unfrequeatly "hard
up.'' ' Several times ho had been
able to extricate himself from his
temporary embarrassments by an
application to the "governor." But
that worthy gentleman at length
grew obdurate, and cut off the sup
plies. What was Jack to dof He
could -not - dig; to beg or borrow,
which is about the same thing, he
was not ashamed, but, unfortunately,
he could find no one to trust him.
In this emergency he thought of
the widow Rand, who though some
fifteen years older than himself had
some twenty-five thousand dollars
in the funds, or one thousand for
every year's difference in age, and a
balance of ten thousand besides. This
Not doubtiDg success, he wrote as
follows to a friend, to whom he was
iudebted for a certain amount of mon
ey lent to him to get out of a scrape:
'Dear Ton:-1 think I shall be
able to let you have that little
amount before long. No doubt you
will ask me whether tho governor
has relented. Not a bit of it. Alas!
that he is made of sterner stuff!
But to be
was enough to determine Jack. He I admis-ion of Texas, th rasao cf tcerain eveDiaS
fell violently ia love with the money, the fugitive-slave cct, the admissioa Pil)'ne without any thought c. the
we beg pardon, the lady, and after cf slavery into California, the bUIn-w.0
a mature consideration of one hour ing of Greytown, the rendition of two ercic Feuer.l -irect, psgo
five minutes and seventeen seconds, unoffending Massachusetts citizens '"" Every oao loved 1 atience, and
frank with you, I am think-1 kao7 notbing 0TSm ia Ohio, noticing
ing married. Not to keepifi i j. -i
ing of bein
you iu suspense, Tdesign the honor
of my hand for the widow Rand, who,
though ugly as a Gorgon,
aught I know a very virago, has got
thAkrin ' I lOAnti' f!io fhniisi ir.il fin(T I
the 'tin.' Twenty-five thous ind doll
ars with economy, will last me scqpe
time. I shall propose this eveniug
and endeavor to be married wi'Jiia
three weeks. The fact is, my credit
ors won't wait any longer.
Yours faithfully, Jack."
By the same mail, he posted a let
ter to the Wi low Rand, offering her
his heart and hand. The same eve
ning he called at her home, to ascer
tain his fate. T
The widow received him with po
liteness. Iu a few minutes, Jack approached
the object of his visit informing
his hostess that he loved her as his
own soul, and various other extrava
gances, which the reader may be left
Your proposal somewhat surprised
me,' said the widow with, a quiet
! smile. .
'I can't imagine why yon should be
willing to marry one 'ugly a3 a Gor
don, and who, for aught "you know,
may be a very virago.'
Jack started lrom his knees ia con
sternation. The truth flashed upon
him. The letter intended for hh
friend Tom, had, by mistake, been di
rected to the widow, while Tom would
undoubtedly receive by the same
mail aa oiler cf marriage. .
Without stopping to make an apol
ogy, which ha might have found a
matter of difficulty, ho plunged down
stairs and never tgain nude his cp
pearancc in the house of the Ccrgon.'
. The joke got out Tom thought
it too good to be lost, and Jack Sprig
gins, unable to withstand the ridi
cule of his companions, and still 'hard
up,' shipped for California, from
wher.ee, ia time, he may return a
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Several distinguished merchants
of New York have recently had their
property attached by tho U. S. Mar
shal, to satisfy judgments from the
obligation of which, they rad sup-
posed themselves released by the MQ nature. We learn from a gentle
operation of the General Bankrupt m;in wno asia Loudon at the time,
Act. The proczeemgs are taken,
says the Journal of Commerce pur
suant -to a decision cf the U. S.
Attorney General, that debtors to
the United States ar3 not absolved
from their liabilities by virtue of
that act, and that the Government
has the same legal right to proceed
to the collection of judgments a-
gainst those who subsequently ob
tained certificates of release, as if
the bankrupt la had been in force.
Free Negroes Helping the Kaaw
. The most enmest colaborers with
the Northern Know Nothings are the
negroes ia those States where the
right of suHhge has been conferred
upon them. Ia Massachusetts, New
Hampshire, Connecticut and Maine,
the Know Nothings rewarded their
black allies by elevating them to abso
lute political equality, and taking
soma steps toward placing them upon
a social level with themselves. These
negroes of course f.re very sound, as
will bo seen from tho following resolu-
tioa passed at a larg negro meeting
"Hcsoh'ctl, That the recent ag-
gressions ot tne slavo power, ia tee
into slavery, tna repe
souri Compromise, the murderous out-
rages oa the persons and property of
iNurthera freemen ia Kansas, and the
scaad.dous decision of Judge Kane ia
the Wheeler slave case, 'all call aloud
to the freemen of the North to form
a great political jarty fully commit
ted, without concealment .and without
compromise, to freedom."
The Cleveland Express, a leading
"The Colored population generally
yph'otcd for the American Titled y ester-
to regret their action. Tlwj rejoice
with us in SAJfS Triumph over a
ivcal:, corrupt Kihraslca administra
tion. The Cvlorcd people arc natives,
and much letter citizens than the
hordes cf Catholic Irish who are
yearlj floating to our shores''
Tuc PiLNTTESTiAitY. A friend at
Nashville has sent us a copy of the
Report cf the Inspectors and Keeper
of tho Penitentiary, from which we
learn that there were 210 convicts ia
the institution oa the last day of
September, 1S55,- as follows: white
medes, 240: white females, 2; black
mrdes, 3. The number received km1
September SOth, 181-3, to September
30th, 135-3, is ICG; discharged, by
expiration cf sentcp.ee during that
time, 23; pardoned since last report,
V - -V 1 I't c V
number m confinement oOth Septcm-
, ,A- . . K .
ber, ere married men, 2-j .widow-
'1n- . , or -lC
AC fa FiO 1 Q Tvo.,-, AH U('n O r,., i
'J 'ij m IXUai V VV, U
fif) f a 70 1 frAmTrtfA SO
Mob in London. It is. said that
upon the appearance of the late
belligerent articles ia the London
Times, a mob or ctowd of citizens
excited by the rumor that the gov
ernment was about to go to war with
the United State?, assembled around
the house of Lord Palmerstca in a
threatening manner, and that they
were dispersed by our Minister, Mr.
Buchan?;n, who appeared before them
and assured them there was no dan
ger of war, that he had not demanded
his passports, find that tho corres
pondence between bin: and the gov
ernment had been of a very amici-
that the rumor, to some extent, is
Wild Cat BANss.Tho Governor
of Georgia, ia his annual message,
calls the earnest attention .of the
Legislature to the "wild cat" banks
iu that State, owned by residents of
other . States. He recommends a
thorough investigation of the sub
ject, in order to rid tho State of an
I admitted nuisance.
nor wnte, 121 caa read, 0 have it n -n r r P .
, 1 , , .. A , . , by Dr. E. P. Fernng, cf this town:
a common Ciiooleoncaticn,ocbss:cal! J , ,. ? i i
. " and resulted in the extraction oi
euueaaon. ou icmpcraie. in motieratai . .
drinkenj 21 intemperate. Of the ages f f tna tec suie or
cftho convicts, there are 50 from tta. i ? Ir 'T T T
25 to 30, G21iom30to -10,S5frcm ?a inch and a ha f ia krgth, and it
sentenced for life. 121 are natives of I ."UBU.T"i
Tennesseo,22 of Ireland, and 11 oth- ;fIo say; but the plump
ers are foreigners. t.oa is, abou. twelve years ago. S.ie
wa3 gradually drawn owr to one Siad
llie Teachers Betrothal.
William V. Payne,' of '. was'
for many years a most wefthy end
excellent teacher of sacred music.
When he was quite a young man he
was teaching a singing school in one
cf tho neighboring towns, which was',
attended by a hrge number of
young persons,' including miny of
most respectable fimilies. Amors
the femalts was a IctJy young-lady,
twenty years of 8gy named Patience
Adams. Miss Adams made a! strong
impression oa Mr. Payne, and he lost'
no time ia declaring his attachment,'
and the consent of the parents hav
ing been obtained, aa engagement
was the quick result. .Just as. Mr:
P.'s attention became public, and the
fdet of aa engagement became gen
erally known, the school being still in
continuance, and all the parties oa a
being present, Mr.
spect for Paynej and the chorus com
"Sea gentle Tatiencc smile on rain
See dying hope revive again."
The coincidence was so dear, that:
the cravity cf the yours Indies anti
gentlemen could scarcely be restrained
long enough to get through the tune;
and as soon as it closed, bright counte
nances and sparkling eyes 'tcld tho
whole story,' as Dr. Hall would .say;
The beautiful young lady was still
moro beautiful with her blushing
cheeks and modestly cast down eyes,"
while the teacher was so exceedingly
embarrassed he knew not what he did.
Hastily turning over the haves of the
book Lis eyes rested cn a well known"
tune, he called out, '121th page, Dun
dee.' Tho song bYgua as soon as"
sufficient order could be restored, and
at the last line of the following stan
za, the merriment of the school roso'
to a climax:
bLet no! despairor fell revenge?;
Be to thy bosom known;
Oh! give me teari for ethers' woes;
And raticaci lor my own."
Patience v;n3 already betrothed;
sb.9 was ia fact his. In about a year
afterwards they becamo man antf
"Then gentle Patience smiled on Payne;
And Fayne had Patience for his own."
' S'jugical OrnitATio::, For years'
a woman in this towu has beca sub-
icg oa her side, at times derated;
K c t i
AfcwdaysEir.ee, it was considered
4 ?r m
necessary to open tha swclhag. The
11 I'll' - ,
lnelcs still remaining in her
by tho pain, but is now quite ceafort
able. Kant ticket Inquirer.
please t!ie court and gentlemen cf tha
jjury. e saui attempt to prova.
. -wr m ift if
firjt that my. caeuts hog tud not
commit any depredations oa tho com-,
p!ai.iaat's fence; second the hog broke'
cniy thre ickt-ts instead of sir, as
set forth ia the indictment; ind third,
that my client h is no ho?' ncr never
Some sensiblo writer answers' tho
questions: '-How much moa-'y should .
a wom.ia s per d Er-Jiuaily Lr C:2:Vy
ia this wise "Why j-Xit w'ut she oia
afford, and net a c.-nt more." Jlo-r
many are th-y who confine thvir ex
penditures, fjr such parpen, wiliLi i
thi3 limitation? Let husbanib amj-
A matrimonial alliance- cf an cn-
commoa character has lately been :
effected in iluvannacoiraiyjVa- Mr.
Robert Grey, the gallant groom, u ;
95 years of age, and the' late Mrs. ;
Catharine Riley (now Mrs- Grey) 03
years of age.
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