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ored principles of the demporaoy, and be
lieve that the only sure guarantee for the
public tranqpglity is by a strict adherence
to the provisions of the Constitution, and
by non-intervention upon the subject of
slavery, applying alike to the states and
territories, observed in the passage of the
Compromise measuresof 1860, and conftirm.
ed in the Kansas and Nebraska act; the
rmollary of the former measure, by which
Congress have declared that it Is their
Strue intent and meaning not to legislate
slavery into any State or territory, nor to
al.ude it therefrom, but to leave the poe
p thereof perfeotly free to form and re
ulate their domeetie institutions in their
own war, sinject only to the Constitution
of the United States" ,and that we do
pledge ourselves to maintain and execute
the compromises of 1850, including the
uPgitive slave law and the Kansas and Ne
braska act of 1854, as we hold that they
are wise and just measures, and should re
main undisturbed for the preservation of
the national peace and the Union of the
Resolved, That the Constitution of the
United States is founded upon the funda
mental principle of entire and absolute
equality among all the States, and it is not
competent for the Congress or any other
power to impose upon new states coming
into the Union any condition or restriction
in respect to their domestic institutions or I
internal concerns which the federal consti
tution has not imposed upon the original 1
states; and that any effort on the part of.
Congress or any other power, to violate
this principle, should be met and resisted
by all good citizens, as an attempt to tram
pec upon the constitution and destroy our
Resolved, That all men have a natural
right, antecedent to the formation of civil
society, and beyond the control of govern
ment, to religious freedom, the surrender of
which' is not necessary to the temporal I
welfare of the State, and cannot be relin
guished even by the consent of the citizen
in a free government- that much less can
any mere party or faction regulate that
right by any party compact against his con
sent, without violating this cardinal princi
ple and the spirit of our constitution, our
laws, and our government; and that the
civil rights, privileges, or capacities of any
citizen, should in no wise be diminished or
enlarged on account of his religion.
Resolvel, That ,o do not recognize any
distinction among t.o citizens of the Urn
ted States, based upon the aristocratic prin
ciples of birth, and we hold that it is dis
honest to repudiate the contract given by
the government conferring all the rights of
American citizenship in its letters of natu
ralization, and afterwards by a party com
pact to debar naturalized citizens friom the
fu!l benelits, while we leave them subject -
to the full burthens of the agreement.
Resolved, That the open discussion of
public affairs is the foundation of the intel
ligence of the people and the safeguard of
freedom; that any secret association of bro
therhood for political objects is dangerous
to free institutions, destructive of social
confidence, and contrary to the frank and
-manly character of a true American.
Resolved, That we conceive these prin
ciples vital for the maintenance of the con
stitutign, and the integrity of the Union, b
and that we invoke all patriotic citizens,
irrespective of past party opinions, to unite
with us for the preservation of the inesti.
mable blessings of civil and religious lib
Resolved, that we approve of the admin- lV
istration of President Pierce, as evinced in
the principle set forth in his inaugural ad
dress, and elucidated and enforced in his q
annual and special messages, and carried
into practical operation in the leading inmeas
ures of his administration. b
The misunderstanding between us reiative to
the escape of Bell from prison has been amica
bly settled to the satisfaction of both parties,
and we hope nothing more will be said about
it. C. T, DUNN,
1 0 LBS. BACON. consisting of clear and rib.
UIUU bed sides, for sale low, by
nov 10 WM. GURNEY,
SUGAR CURED HAMS.
A LOT of sugar cured HAMS, on hand and for
sale by WM. GURNEY.
ALL persons indeted to the estate of Mary Kel.
ley are notified to make immediate payment to
me, or my attornies, John & Charles McVea, and
those having elaims against the estate, will present
'them, duly authenticated, for liquidation.
nov 3 ALFRED HIAZARD, Adm'r.
General Agent and Colleotor.
IILL attend to the posting of books, making out
bV accounts, collecting the same, and all other
business connected therewith.
Refers to Mills, Cleveland & Co., Clinton.
" W. W. Chapman & Co., 4
" MlaJsah Harris, New Orleans. nov S
TUST received, superior Oats. For sale by
J J. G. DsARMOND.
LIN , and Kerseys, just recived, and for sale
3, G. DNARMOND.
NEW BUQC W AT6
IRIS. potttod, oesess, onions, :ur kteont, au/
on ou harng., , ' 'J,. DsARMONND.
The State of 4puislasa. Parish of East Felloiana
Seventh District Court. No.2870,
In the matter of the succeulon of Mrs. MatL
DURSUANT to a commllon to me direct
I ed, from the honorable court aforesaid, I
will proceed ,to sell, It public auction, at the
last residence of the deceased, in the town of
Jackson, on ,
TUESD4 Y, Me 20th day of Noember,
A. D. 18665, between the hours of 10 A.M. and
4 p.u., the foll6winng effects appertaining to
the aforesaid iuccesston;
One sorrel horse,
One black pony,
One gray pony,
Two cows and three calves,
100 head of hogs, more or less,
A 1dt of d r goods and tin ware,
" whlsey and smell groceries,
hdusehold and kltchen furniture,
" geese and chickens,
Six saddles and bridles,
Two pleasure buggys,
TIRMs OFr ALE.
For nil sums of twenty-five dollars and up
wards, a credit of twelve months, with eight
per cent interest from day of sale, and to be
secured by two good securities, For all sums
under twehty.fve dollars, CASH.
nor 8 G. W. CATLITT, Auctioneer.
The State of Louisiana Parish ofEast Fellelan,
7th District Court. No. 2849.
[n the matter of the succession of Wesley
PURSUANT to a commission to me direct
ed, from tib hionorable court aforesaid, I
will proceed to sell at public auction, at the
loor of the court house, in said parish, on
TUESDA Y, November 20, 1855.
between the hours of 10 A.Y. and 4 r.x., the
following personal property appertaining to
the aforesaid succession, viz.
One gray horse,
One pleasure buggy,
One two year old colt,
One shot gun,
One pair pistols,
One silver watch,
One pair saddle bags,
One man's saddle.
'eims of Sale.-Cash.
TIIOS. L. McGHEE,
nov 3 Coronpr and ex-oficlo Sheriff,
GROCERI 845 PROVISIONS.
G OEN hnd. anad or Ib dole assortment of Groco
Sr:es and Provisions, which will be sold low, for
Cash. WM. GURNEY,
24 DOZ. Jordan's superior Lemon syrup, for sela
l hy I. N. LE.t1O1N.
rIIIRTY casks clear Sides, for sale by
MILLS, CLEVELAND & Co.
50 L;ACKS J an, for sale . Ey
e1 MILLS, CLEVELAND & Co.
101 . Turkey Opium, irst qualty, jst rq olvd
and for sale by I.N. LEMON.
hENI.d .og the
inhabitants of East Feliciana, generally, for the
kind aned liberal patronage bestowed upon him since
he commnenced business n Clinton, and assures them
no exertions shall be wanting on his part to merit a
continuance of the same.
IL S. l.Eecuiexo is fully prepared to supply plant
ers, and all others with every article In the Drug
business, and from his long experience in that line,
combined with a practical acquaintance with chem
isty in all its iranches, merely requests a trial as a
test of hisqualillcations. An accurate analysis ofl
m.neral waters will be granted gratis, to those desi
rous of having it made.
PaHY1iIAN's PI'anscaIPTNo are dispensed with
neatness and promptitude, and with great care as to
labelling, and the minor details.
A constant supply of the choicest brands of Wines
and Spirits, on hand, for M ICoiAL ict'RosEs, only.
A large quantity of Ale and Porter, (first rate
quality,) continually coming to hand.
H. S. B. does not feel disposed to advertise the
exact quantities of Drugs he has resolved lately.
fearing he might possibly Unun-rate It, and not do
himself the justice hl is so anxiously seeking.
HENRY 8. BEECHENO & CO.
Clinton, La., Oct. 13, 1825,
WTIIILE the yellow fever exists In Clinton, If my
country customers prefer leaving their orders
for any thing in my line of business, at the residences
of Dr. Wm. C. Tait, Bythell Haynes, D. S. Beau
champ, B. M. G. Brown, or Josiah Knighton, I will
attend to them and leave the articles at those places
as soon as I can.
If the fever should continueln glinton, small lots
of staple articles will be left at eaich of the above
mentioned places, for the immediate use and conve
nience of my friends.
aug 28 ISAAC N. LEMON.
VALUABLE LAND FOR SALE.
TlE undersigned offers for sale, Three Hundred
Acres of Land, situate in the Parish of East Fe
liclana, six miles from the town of Clinton, within
two of the Clinton & Port Hgdson Rail Road, and
half a mile from a steam saw and grist mill. There
is a quantity of valuable Pine timber on the tract
and a stream of running, never failing water, runs
directly through it,
One hundred acres are cleared and under cultiva
tion. The improvements are, a good dwelling, out
houses, cabins, stables, and gin house, in good and
For terms, &o., apply to J. W, Taylor. who is my
duly authorized agent to dispose of the same.
aug 18-3t FRANK DIXON.
NO YELLOW FEVER.
LANKETS, linseys, and negro shoel; received
B last season, for sale low, by R OD.
sept 26 J. G. DMARMOND.
POCKET and Table Cutlery,just received and for
sale by J. . DrARMOND.
PENS, PENCILS, & PEN HOLDERS.
JUST received, a great variety of Pens, Panels,
and Pen holders, of every shape and kind. Eve.
cry body can be suited. Call ad buy. .
M IM L N. LEMON.
The State of Louisiana, Parish of East Fellelana,
Seventh Dlstriot Court, No. 2167.
In the matter of the sdccession of Andrew J.
PURSUANT to an order Of, the ldnorable
I Court aforesaid, and by virtue df & od.m
mission to me directed, I will offer for sale,%at
the late residence of the deceased lb this Par
ish, at publie asetlon, on
T1. First at rday in Dmstber, 1165,
between the hours of 11 o'clock, A. x., and
sunset ofthe same day, the followingproperty,
real and personal, appertalning to amid suebes
asin, to wit:
The home place, known as the' " China Grove
Plantation," being the last residenee of the
deceased, A. J. Brame, containidg about
four hundred and sixty three 96-100 acres,
being boundoj on the north by Beaver
eaeek, south by Lipscomb and Scott, east
b Thomas Lipscomb, and west by Gnun &
Also: the following personal property:
Twenty five head of bogs, three males, five
cows and calves, one sorrel mare, one sorrel
colt, one old carriage, one horse wagon and
gears, lot of ploughs and harness, one old
buggy, ten empty sugar hogsheads, a lot of
molasses barrels, one lot of household fur
niture, bedsteads, beds, and bedding, one lot
of kitchen furniture, one man's saddle, one
pair brass andirons, and one lot of table
TERMS OF SALl..
The China Grose Plantation to be sokd on
a credit of one, two, and three years,'the pur
chase price to bear eight per cent' interest
from the day of sale until paid. Payment to
be seaured hy mortgage, confession of judg
ment, and personal security.
Tbe personal property to be sold on a credit
of one year, with eight per cent interest from
date with personal security.
oct 20 G. W. CATLETT. Auctioneer.
PORT HUDSON HOTEL.
[lAVING taken this well known house formerly
n occupied by Mrs. Willison, the undersigned is
prepared to receive and and saommodate the trav
ellng public, and the citizens in genersl. His ta
ble will be well furnished, and no eflort shall be
wanting, on his part to render general satisfaction.
oct 7 R. VANSICKLII.
WHO WANTS THEIR HORSES SHOD?
~ IIE undersigned havsag engaged'a good smith
I is prepared to do all kinds of Blackamithing,
also to make and repair wagons & carriages. Those
wishing any work In his line are invited to give
him a call at his old stand on the street running
cast from the public square
oct 57 REINIHART BOWMAN.
.IIE exercises of this Institution will be resumed
on Monday, October 22. 1855.
CLARA W. DUNBAR,
oct 20 AY WALL.
To the Publio.
TROM and after thls date, the steam.
r ' er P. F. Kimball, Capt. B, H. Ox .,
will leave Port Hudson every Sxrovu
IAY, after the arrival of the oars. taking Cotton at
1 FIFTY conts per Iale. Passage, $4. oct 20
I 4 BOTTS. sulp. Morphine, for sale by
I I. N. LEMON.
0 (GALS. best cold pressed Castor Oil, for sale
Uby 1. N. LEMON.
30 LBS. Calomel, for sale by
I. N. LEMON.
. F, and extra Family Flour, just received and
. for sale by J. G. DEARMOND.
S. H. BUTLER,
PLAIN AND. FANCY PAINTER.
:(ARRIAGE, HOUSE, & SIGN Painting,
\. Graining and Gilding, Glazing,
Transparent Window Shades,
China White, or Porcelain Filnish,
Paper Hanging, Ornamental Painting,
Masonic and Odd Fellow's Banners,
And all kinds of plain and fancy work, done in
the neatest and most durable manner, and
All colors of paint in small quantities, ready
for use for the accommodation of those who'
prefer using it themselves.
IIe can always be found thate Carriage
Manufactory of C. M. ,Jrrett. au 25
JOHN R. DUFROCQ,
GENERAL AGENT & AUCTIONEER,
IATON ROUGE, LA.
S7 ILL attend to posting books, drawing and
collecting accounts, writing leases, deeds,
&c. Also any business to be transacted with
the State Government, redeeming Lands forfeit
ed for Taxes, ,-c.
Orders left with J. B. Sans, J. P., will be
promptly attended to. a 21
Strayed or Stolen.
ASMALL dapple gray Ilndian 'oney, 10
.to 12 hands high a brand on his shoplder
resembling K. I., switch tail and mane, supposed to
be six or sev~n years old, teeth bad, natural paeer.
A suitable reward wtll be paid to any person re
turning the said horse to
WILLIAM WOODWARD, near Clinton,
N. B. Any information will be thankfully recelv
ed. oct 20-3t
T HE undersigned has the following varieties of the
most delicious syrups, viz.
VANILLA, ORANGtE, LEMON, GINGER, BANA
NA PEAR, 4te. 8tc.
which he oilers at a lower rate than any other house,
and in quantities to suit the buyer.
je 2 WM. CT'INEY.
DOCKET rOOKs, Pocket Knives, I'ocke. (wjins,
and Pocket scissors, for sale by
oct 13 . N. LEMON.
S UPEitlOR writing Ink, black and red,
k) Extra rebeoiled melasses,
Horse and shoo brushes, curry combs,
Fine and redding combs, and various articles,
Juastreeolv'% and for sale by J. G. I),:AIMONI)D.
ICE! ICEII ICE!l! ICE!!ll T
IIE subscriber is now receiving a regular supply
Iof this necessary and Indlspensable article, and
is prepared to furnish the same to families, and all
others wanting the same.
;1 lzs CREAM AND loe LzEOnADn, to be had at
his store. M. HEYMANN.
A LS. Cayanne pper, fur sal e. . ' .
1 Oile Paidt.,1 nd "httetcles; Var"
nishes, *Indot GQhias, Pay, Glaseware,
Perfmery, hne Boaps,
Hair, tooth, nall, hat, paint, and clothes'
Surgical and dental Instrumenta,
Thassa s and snportern, all kind o
Patent and prop tat y Mt ll sorts,
Letter, 'cp, andfaCy P i, eyInk, .
Para Medicinal Wines an
Field and garden Seeds* fresh,
T6yi; Shop brushes and lackd.h.
ROors, Bie socket itdves, aible Cutley,
School Books by irlibus authon.
a-"[ o.ht goods eally' alow as they can
be obtaslned from anysimntlar establishament in
this section, all warranted to be
FRESH AND GENUINE.
Onizna rnOM r~is otrmv fllled, and stis
fkction guaranteed, with regard both to price
P YSICIAN'S PRESCRIPTIONS Will
rece e my personal attention at all hours of
the day and night. a 14
The State of Louislana-..arle of .ast Felielana.
7th District Court. No, 2348,
Succession of Mrs. Elizabeth Chaney, dec'd.,
DURSUANT to an order of the IUonorabla
I Court aforesaid, and by virtue of a com
nission to me directed, I will offer for sale, at
the late residence of the deceased, in this Par.
ish, at public auction, on
Saturday, Notvember 24, 1866,
between the hours of 11 o'clock, A. U., and
sunset of the same day, the following property,
real and personal, appertaining to said succes
sion, to wit:
ONE TRACT OF LAND,
Being the same whercon the deceased resided,
at the timin of her death, onataining 640
Negro man Stephen, aged 55 years,
" " George, " 69 " defective
" " Cato, " 46 " defective
" womap Viney, '" 89 " and her fa
mily ; viz.
" woman Ailsy, aged 19 years, and her
child Ben, aged 11 months,
" girl Mary aged 18 years,
" girl Caty " 9 "
" boy Moses " 16 "
" boy Jack " 11 "
boy George, "
boy Peter " 5
" boy Joe " " defective
infant child of Viney,
" man Abe aged 29 years, defective
" Woman Vicey, 46
woman Judy 81
and her four children ;" via.
" girl Mary aged 12 years,
girl Patsey " 9
" boy Alfred " 5 "
boy Tom " 18 months,
" woman Rose 65 years,
woman IIannah 65 "
" man Jim " 29 " defective
" man Old Charles 51 "
" woman Leah 48 "
" man Chapres " 26"
" man Milford 28
" boy Mike " 19
" boy Sam " 17 " defective
" boy Ned " 19 "
" boy Daniel " 8 "
" boy Simon " 6 "
" woman Lucy 21 "
" girl Cassandra 16
girl Matilda 14
" girl Ann " 4
Ai so : at the same time and place, the follow.
ing personal property belonging ro said suc
Three fourths of the growing crop of cotton;
corn, afnd potatoes.
Eight head of horses and mares,
Five yoke of oxen,
Eighty head of cattle,
Forty head of sheep,
One hundred head of hogs, more or less,
One ox wagon,
A lot of farming implements,
A lot of bagging and rnpe,
A lot of carpenter's tools,
One corn sheller,
One straw cutter,
Two old cutting boxes,
One old loom and spinning wheels,
A lot of medicines, cupping glasses, &c.
A lot of bedstetpds, beds, and bed furniture.
A lot of household furniture,
A lot of kitchen utensils,
A lot of cof:e0 and one a half bbls. of sugar,
Forty head of geese,
Sixty Iehanl of chickens and ducks,
Three fourths of Six thousand bricks.
TERM5 OF SALE,
The personal property, for all sums of twen
ty dollars and upwards, on a credit of twelve
months fromn the day of sale, payment to Ibe
secured by nmotes of purchaser, with approved
personal security, and to draw eight pIr c.ent
Interest per annum, front maturity, until i,:id.
For all sums undler twenty dollars, CAsH.
The slaves on a credit of one and two years
From the day of sale, in two equal annual In
he land on a credit of one, two, and three
years from the day of sale, in three equal annu
he purchase price of the land and slaves to
bear eight Iper cenlt interest per aanumn froim
maturity until paid. Purchasers to give theoir
notes with approued personal security and con.
aelt thatf a mortgage be retained on said leai
mnid negroes to secure the payment of said totes,
oct 13 JAMES WELSH, Auctioneer.
Ti7i)-. n-eI's, Clark & (o's, gsenuinse Cod LIver
.Thbe nion Hotel.
WRl, COW O.0 THB PUBLIC $QVSS,
S WINTON, LA,
JtkVIN thori~y repaired and teft.
ni ehlod tblpo lu ad well known house,
the undertlgsedure prepared toreceive Bord.
err and entertain Traveller. Their table will
be furnished with the best the market can af
ford, and no pains or extloarwUll be spered
please an aco3m.nodte those who m y
favor them with theitr e .ahl es. p
Connected with the Hotel is a lage and
comny stable, Every attention will be paid t
iforses placed at livery.
Horses, Buggies, and Carrliages, for ite.
al WOQRESHAM & DIXON.
N. W. ORNS OF ITB UI LI UAR,
THI8 well k~own establishmeht is now opta
for the reception of Boarders and the ac
commodation of 7ralellers: The Rome has
andergone a thorough renovation, and is now
in complete order, and the proprietor will
neither puins or money in rendering it a dear
rable retreat for all who may favor him with a
There Is a large and commodiodu STABLE
attachied to the premises, and good and atten.
tirvegrooma EVANR W'P~,
Clntpa Ud Eaton Ibtm iL·Ty ý
]l4AIL STAGOE .
IHAVING reemned thwe mapz
ment of the Mail Stage Id.,-.
tween Ckntonu, Batons ,ro o w and raes
the nudersigned would respectfully infoar tbd
travelling .publie, that his Coaches will rod
each way, EVERY DAY IN THE WEEK,
excepting Sundays, leaving Clinton and Baton
Rouge, at 9 o'clock, A.M.,
From Clindn to Framn Baton RodF, to
Baton Rouge,.\ 8 00 Clinton,...,..8 00
Jackson,...... 1 00 Jackson ...... 9 60
Mt: Willing,.,. 2 00 Mt. Willing,., S 00
Plh n, ....... 9 60 Plains, ....... I 50
aH.Evcry attention paid to the comfort mad
conveiencc of passengers.
mar 24 - WM. ELDER.
MILLS, OLEVELJAND, & Co.
Provision and Grocery Store
Ri ESPECTFULLY Informtheir frends and
l the trading public, that they have on hand
a large and complete stock of
GROCERIES & PROVISIONS,
together with a well selected assortment of
Dry Goods, IIats,,Boots, Shoes, Hardware,
and in fact every article in demand, for Fanmily
or Plantation use.
They are prepared to make advances on
Cotton consigned to OAKEY & HAWKINS,
and to afford all the facilities usual in their
line of busineus, a14
Gold and SFlver leotaolgg,
A WIL.L 8ELISCT1ED and aupt'rlnr a
7 aorrtnent o hiold, silver and stsel
rinuiit'd S peutaeleas titk all ages.
conatantly on hand andor snje 1
a 41 _ W M. SADLkR, Brick Row.
Da. G. H. SOI.O FIE LD,
LATE OP BAYOV 8ARA.
RESPECTFULLY tenders his professional servl
ses to the public. Ollice at Ileecheno & Co'n
(late Sadler's) Drug Store. Residence In tihe house
formerly occupied by M. Bloom, north of the Metho
dist Church, Cllutuu, La. Jy 14
JtTho underligned, citizens of I'est PFlelolaa,
certify that we have known Dr. GILnanT A. oeuontso.
for many years, while practising as a Physlcian and
Surgeon in said Parish, and reocmmeinnd him to the
citzeuns or East Feliclana, (where we understand he
has located,) as such, believiug him well qualified.
liayou Sara. July 0th, 1865.
Jas. It. Marks, John II. Stannard,
1.. D. BIrewer, Wm. I. l'ackle,
John H. Hlenehaw, C..E. losea,
D. W. C. Jones, Suml. J. Powell,
James W. Robinson J 13. Woderstrandt,
Charles Stoueer, Jackson Motley,
John Whiteman, Edwin Leet,
A. Lartigue, Louis E. Turner,
Wm. Enders, Dav1d Castle,
James P. Harpor, Cad. JIrodenax,
David Austin, H. C. Wederstrandt,
Importer, and WIhpleealo anud Retail Dealer in
Watohes, Jewelry, Cutlery,
GUNS, PIISTOLS, & PANCY GOODS,
NO. 65 CANAL STREET,.
N. II. Watches and Jewelry carefully reptared. al4
IIOME,.MANUFACTORY OF WAG
ONS, CARTS, &e. &c.
t.. RI. .3B FY',
CONTINUES to carry on the
\Vu :.r.wrjrT business in all
of its var'iois II'nhclll:hI'H.
1le his on rhanlld ri large nrsortrneut of supe
ri'or wcll ienlsoned imalt.ri, .lnd all orders for,
work will be eXvetlli'd with pronmptness, and
it aI workmanklikh, lanner.
Repai'ring of all kinds done, imiedliately.
lisi elhop is iinledialit'ly llosite Ithe stable,
of the liruioin lolti. a 14
I HA VE l. engaigred it er jtIººIx t work
Imn, riiodl will eirrsonally -cc that all
moodi work done Ibiy me in prcIjwýrly iron
'd. All ordirs for Illiekxiiil h work will 111,
prioinjptly attijidid to awl flitht'zºlly excutetd.
Jl3r;ur, I E, on liudl an for Sit iff.
Ic 9 IlICIIA RIi) RIG BY.
( Nt Ihlunrr ed ruei Int taruh iii. IL fie, fin t rceliveYl,
I) MIIJAS, ( i'L:v t ANl & 0o.
FI11V N\ ii Irl. Yue 1111, biughruK frig Mru'le bye'
I MILL S, 'l.lACV1:IANI) & Co.
BACKS I y ptiurri rd Outs, just rerclvcd
PJ'J1J un '*,L L Ctirr Ndr
31115,taLLVEIANIJ & Co.
HAY In a (it of icontd rand doiubtrlc Ilrucnein, flt
tor a rair erofrge bmruow, which 1 wjll uel low
dr ArI. FM!T M