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LETTER FR03I PARIS.
afti:i: TH K
(PilalR Corre.pon'lencnof r.-. Mnry Sail int.)
PAUI-,Sopt. !!0, 1871.
Mv iikau liHOTHKi; : My companion
from Uolgium the other day pro-ented an
interesting coming together of various
Thorn wuiiti ltussian gentleman and li is
ifu real Mongrnlsin physiognoniy swnr
thy eomplexion, higli cheek bone", tlattc.ied
notes, a wide space between tho eyes and
largo mouths. Ho sjioko but poorly any
lan'iuge, save his hissing, harsh mother
tonuo; but his bright, intelligent wife
converted readily in Gorman and French.
And then thero was a three scuro years
iiirl ten Frenchman and his wife, who hnd
Wen living In Caueassia and had not step-
pud upon their nutivosoU for SO yean.. 1
could wull nppreeiato how it thrilled thorn
and pnliii'd Uiem as tlio llrt traces of dev.
titulion began to Miow thciuselvei. When
tli9 llrst Vruttlan soldier, with hi broad
shoulder and helmet-liUo cai wu soen
pacing to mid frj at a utation, tli-j woman .
feo became pale and she shuddered, and
iiiuuereu, "tlio I'rusian Jog." I i-aiil : l'oor
fellow; ha doiibtle.s ha a mother who
would bo glad to see him. Thh watching is
no Kree will nervice. llii government
i-rimpois mm to uo it. ' ics,' (be naij
''Hint may bo; but his garments nuell ol
the blood of our brothers."
Then- was alson Ilolgian gentleman, his
wife and their pule, studious-faccd son, who
hive long resided In Paris and who lived
through the two torrlbhi solges. It made
mo' t.lood chill in in course to hear them
relHie.c.nes that they witnessed. Tho nice
lKimbariUinuaot the 1-russtans was only
. '-or?e "f ,U,,r'v'on, while thatof Urn fW
munist. which Mlow-d, v,nH ruUof blood-
b.m, U1, iiorroT. wnlcbctm never be
I said to the lady ; " Injur
of the mllitury service of the iW- on.
u body of women dressed in men's clothe,
but hear nothing of thoconduct of o.
men in general, and of their ministrations
to thesutlorlng." Khe replied ; "it cannot be
told, what wo endured, neither tlio solf-
sneriflconor heroic bravery of mothers to
avo their children, of wives their bus-
bands, of daughter their futliers," she
paid ; " I ooulij not 1 would not allow
ray.luisband and son to go forth into the
inob to obtain the morsels we could get to
save us from starvation, but 1 stood in
r nml tWi hniip fW hour llll mv turn
clioiilu" coihp to rerolvo wlml wns portion
od out lo mo.'' I" '10 tovority of Hint
mol ri-ormu flntor tlioro was nothing to
burn, nml (Iiev broke up tltclr furniture nml
L.irnpJ It oven lo tlio Inst chnir. rolltlcnl
I nfjnlr. Aroie (llfcuisi'd In their lfrfth ntid
I liiwitlt. T ho uld Kontlcmnn rcmcmhorcil
I li lih! oil itnvj of tlio king", nnd Jiollov-
' p.l ii ipptlhllc it tvill-o'-thc-wlMi for the
I'Vnoh proplp. Tlio Jttif.'lnn, who would
put n faw word of French together mid
then run oil on nton minute' bent in Ru
Inn whii-h hi wlfij would follow up nnd
intrpr.'t. snw the golden horn coming up
u tin- looty ot IttiSitn nt no di'tnnt iliiy
to ! inquired through the nld of Atneri-
on, who would divert hnghind whlli'Mhey
took ('ninttinlinopli'. I told hlni I could
not think him n prophet; thnt I sincerely
hoped that America would
keep out of nil European broils.
From iiccotint" 1 hnd received In Kng-
IMi pn)crf, I exiiceted wo Miotild go
through n trying ordeal nt the frontier. I
think the Kngllsh nro particularly gifted
in meeting with iulventurc. Atlhotnblo
where 1 dined in Ilrussck thcro wcru
thrcn fmuilie?, intrtilnrl v. ci.ch hnd
let their b.iggago. Ono bad forgotten to
book il, niiother had sent It to nnotlior
place, mid the third family did not know
exactly what it had done, but believed
there was something very much out ol
olnt in travelling facllltici on tlio conti
nent. o wero all drawn up in lino at
the .-tation, nnd in passing in showed our
p.tfport. -Mino wns merely glnnccd ntj I
noticed others did not slip throuch so
lightly, but it wns doubtless their own fault
lack of proper vises, or something of tho
Ily this route, it is onlv within a few
hours of Paris that one begins to see.
marked evidences of wnr. Formerly wo
used to see now nnd then n man nt work in
tho field", but during the cntiro day,
through n continuous ripened lmrvcst-
fielil, 1 scarcely snw a man nt work.
Women wore cutting tho ripmed grain,
gathering it into sheaves, londlng it into
carts and then dragging it homewards;
1 noticed many unall children ul work,
and at nil tho ling stations wlicro was for
merly n man in military garb and pose,
is now fccn a woman somctimos old nnd
haggard, ngain a fresh young face. Tlieso
women nro drcscd in blue blouses, with
wido snilor.s' collnrs, and high glazed hats.
They arc very military in their attitude,
erect, the flag held over tho left shoulder,
the right nrm extended and pressed to
tho side. Tho uniforms of tho rnilroad
ofliecrs hnvo grown very shabby
after ono sees them in tlio ordinnry peas
ant's bluo Hock, only a bird on the cap to
tell ot their office. Tho same nico refresh
ments nro to bo had nt nil tlio stations, nnd
the snmo httlo bnskcts of fruit tempt you
at your window at tho same prico as bo-
Our baggngo was not examined till wo
reached Paris. If n little more strict now
than formerly in its examination, thero is
still the snmn civility, which, you will re
member, is always a conenmitent part of
our American custom house. Tho mnn
who a3itcd mo nsked if 1 had a hotel in
view if 1 would have a cab or an omni
bus. He took my things, without a word,
to the former, and thanked mo for the ten
cents J gave him.
And hero I was in Pari-, again. I
wanted to -ay, "How do you do, my good
fellow ?'' to tlio coachman, whoso faco
coined so fam'I'ar, as lie handed mo his
Httlo ticket of the rates of fare, ju.t as
cheap nnd orderly as ever, nnd then, when
wo started, thero was tin same good dovil
an ion tliatili- on the end of the house,
holding in liis;long claws that innumera
ble list of articles for Mile, jut as wo had
loft him moro than five year ago. Amid
bombs, bullets and petroleum ho had not
lost a horn, nor nn inch of his tail. "Wo
rolled over tho noisele hi pavement, saying
to ourflves: "Well, this is Paris; after
all unchanged." AVIien wo turn Into
the Hue de la Paix, then, for tho first time,
tlio destructive work of the mob comes to
consciousness. That magical column, that
pointed heavenward to tlioglory of France,
gone ; only its beautiful pedestal remain
ing, and tho railing no longer hung
witli wreaths of immortelles. Then wocomo
into the rue iliroli and 1 felt, ni did the
Uabylom'an, that it would ho a relief to
it and weep, to see that grandest of struc
tures, wiih all of its accumulated treas
urers tho Ttiilleries, tin prido of tho
world a ruin a mas.s of debris How
s.ul, imploring, commau ling and pitying,
stand its holatod i-tatties and frugmonts of
groups. It seems in if in their positions
stones though they are, that they had
cried out against tho vandalism that des
troyed tliein. As one looks ndown the lon-r
vistas of halls, amid tho columns we catch
here nn l tharo a natch of tlio marvelous
frescoing Intnct, and tho broad winding
marblo stairs, wlicro imperial feet wero
wont to tread on cloth of gold, invito ono
to wall; in and view this ruined monu
ment of past ambition and present foil'.
The l.ouvrc, also till prjparod for del
tructon, was saved ipilto Intact and is open
daily to show its treasures ho perilously
threatened, Tho trees in tho Tuillorlcs
garden now i-hedding their sear nnd yol-
liw leaves, havo been but little Injured.
llowcrs bloom upon the borders of tlio
grass plots, and rollicking children play
their hoops and chnso inflated balls as in
the days when tho statoly-forined guard
In high heavy fur caps stood on dutv.
v ery many prodestals havo lost their
marblo figures nnd groups. Every thing
connected with Napoloon tho 3d has
disappeared, and ono only soes htm in
caricnturo tho favorlto ono boing ills
head and hands sticking through holes
in a board. Tlio jilueo de-ln Concorde
where tho guillotining wns done in 1700,
1 "m l0" wo of its finest groups, nnd ono
" me magnificent porphery fountains
?" tu '"'K'nents by a mob.
" i-gypiiun column, which tells
n liluroL'lv.ii.i, .i... ii.. .,
lu.p,,,.. ninory oi tne
- .,.wiwmonly a few bruises.
it chllur"'," 'n"' hM"U y ,itUo bt'.
IU Uilhlrctm lv !, .,,.... '
"yi'ig horses, mid its thrnn
as of old
I'vrnniM not imltn I., I.
erpilpages as whe t,1(, t.mp8rVdrovo
lamicm uji nun down it
de Triumph wns severely wounded ; In lis
magnitkent groups men are soon im,.!,..
und with broken legs. From hero onward
tho train f destruction Is seen In twarv.
THE CAIRO PAIIV BULLETIN, WJBD2TODAY, OOTOi3l3R 25, 1871.
tlilnir houses nro in ruins nnd tho mng
nlflreiit nvcnuo of trees thnt led to tho
Jlols do Uologno havo disappeared, ns well
as those that encircled tho lake. Now it
lies nnd shlmmcri In the broad sunlight,
senrcon shrub left to reflect ltclf in lt
waters ; but in tlio conlro of tho park tho
forrst remains comparatively Intact.
drove to what was, five years ngo, the rag
pickers' street, nnrrow nnd dnrk, where
wns concentrated nil thnt was most snunlll
nnd mlernblc now I And it n broad,
handsome nvenue, filled with sunshine.
There wns tho Goblin manufactory, nnd I
wns glad to find It still existing onlv tho
show rooms with their nccumulatcd trens
iircs, tho work of busy lingers for cen
turies, wero destroyed. Tlio workshops
nnd patterns wero snved.
I dropped into tho historic Notro Dame,
which, although plllnged nnd threatened
with destruction, enmo olrwith only n few
clenn bullet holes through Its superb
stained glnss windows. Not so tho Pan
theon its mnsslvo bronao doors were
torn bv pieces of bombs, nnd its fascado
speckled with bullot prints, ns n faco pit
ted with smnll-pox marks. I noticed ono
of its flno oil pnintlngs ruthlessly cut in
sovcral places, ns with n snbro, nnd n very
izcnblo pieced bomb hnd gone
through ono of its side domes.
Every thing belonging to the government
is marked in largo black letters " National
Property, Liberty, Equality andlrator-
Ity," which lattor I thought exceedingly
appropriate, particularly tho Equality,
hen T went to Pcro La Chnise, but not
so, when I passed thnt dark horrid prison,
La Rocliot, that holds in despair, with
hope defered thnt maketli tho heart sick,
its thousands of victims, innocent nnd
guilty. It seems to me that of nil barbar
ous cruelty, the most cruel, is tho holding
of these poor crcnturcs in those loathsome
dons, mon ns well ns women, nnd thus sev
ering nnd ruining families whoso record,
all feel sure, is frco from nil Communist
complots. Of tho Communists, tlireo wo
men were, last week condomncd to death.
Gnlignnni, in commenting upon their sen
tence, says that they were not found or
proven guilty of tho charges which wero
necessary to condemn them. That only
tho odious namo Potrotcuscs attached
to them, nnd convicted them, and under
tbo circumstances I do not belicvo that
they will bo executed.
1 cannot get miy light upon the supposed
cnuso of the terriblu nlot to lay Paris in
ruins, neither how it wns possiblo to hnvo
carried on tho work to so near n comple
tion, connecting powder nnd potroleum
under nil of tho public buildings, without
its hnving been discovered. In two days,
nil would havo been ready to rcccivo tho
Nationals with lire nnd destruction. In
some way, it camo to tho knowledgo of a
good man In the Commune service. Amid
tlio firo of both sides, ho went forth bear
ing n white flag wns saved to reach
the Nntionnls to toll them of
tho plot nnd to tell them
where it wns possible to enter Paris tooner
and thus savo it. Ho was n poor man with
a family, and wo would suppose that grat
itude nnd patriotism would havo united in
rewarding him. Ho was praised and
blessed, and finally somo ono suggested
starting a subscription to mako him com
fortable for life. Two millionaires wero
called upon who also praised him, nnd
gave each ten francs 1 1 Six months havo
now passed anil 100,000 francs haro been
hubscribed for him. That illustrates, I
think, that it will have to bo acknowledged,
thnt tho nntion hnd grown into a sordid
selllshnesy, nnd thnt there was no great
united heart among tho people to throb as
one, in unision witli patriotism.
Now, but for tho ruins, nnd the street
windows filled with pictures illustrntivo of
tho horrid scenes so recently enacted, iddo
bv sitlo with scenes ludicrous nnd obscene,
one without very closn observation would
scarcely think that anything had hap
pened here. Tho resorts upon tlio boule
vards nnd enfes nre thronged; tlio shops
are all busy; tho markots are full, nnd it is
only when you speak to peoplo of it, that
they tell you that they havo siitl'ered.
There is much lest, gns glare at night. In
many of tlio shop windows, those 10x15
feet tqunro panes of glass which wero shat
tered, have not been replaced, and instead
of dozens of bright gas jets, a petroleum
lamp makes a dim attempt at nn illumina
Tlio relics of Imperial folly are Hill seen
In tho red pants of tho soldiors, Mime of
which have grown very tlircad-bare und
shabby; now and then a stray Turco (a
lexderj of civilization, as tho Germans
styled them,) is seen wandering about ns
If the last of his raco. Tho policemen wear
a red and whlto band around their caps,
and that is tlio only change I notice in
I have already written jou long nnd
late and yet 1 must add a word of St. Cloud,
visited to-day. It was a fei-livnl ocemdou,
Mich as 1 witnessod thcro when hero last
with A. when wo received so gracious a
bowfrom tlio Emperor and Empress as they
drovo from tho palace. If wo had been
possessed cf prophecy then' how madly ab
surd wo should havo been callod to havo
foreshadowed what I witnessed to-day.
Those stately trees that lino tlio avenue of
approach to the palace, moro than half
sacrificed a waste of noblo trees 1 virii
icattorcd every whoro through tho grounds
tho terraced bights trodden and furrowed
with tlio relics of an encampment, tho
palace, such nlgom.of nil that wasoxquisito,
a ruin the water of tho fountains stag
nant marblo hasins and statuary broken,
and further, on tho green sward, under
tho shadow of tho trees, the taddest eight
of all, barruck following barrnck, flllod
with men maimed for life. Theso tem
porary shades, like a porch entlroly opon
in front with curtains to drop down nt
night, looked as inviting as places of suf
fering can bo made. Tho poor follows,
victims to tlio Communists, balls, lay upon
neatly spread couches and thoro were pots
of flowers and without the refreshing green
upon whjeh to rest tho eye. Everywhere
thero wero crowdB of poople Httlo shops
lor ginger broad and lottery uifts, swine
and rnclne; horses for children's sport, nnd
Dee Hies mo barracks lor
tlio wounded, a
largo encampjnont for soldiers.
1 saw a review a I drovo by tho parado
round ana was SMI indeed to sen hov Vpr
"" joung hoys thcro woio among
tho soldiers. What n blesslne- It would
bo if Franco could only sco horielf as oth
ers eeohor; If she would onlv drop that
aoii-ucsiroying lonclm: for revenue, nml
Instead of turning horsubtnnco Into mili
tary strength, would p.iy her debts, edu
cate! ner people, Increase her homo Indus
tries, nnd mako tho most of herself sho
would outllvn that stale phraso,
prove and show to tho world
in n very short tlmo thnt sho
i ripo for n republic nnd capable of enjoy
ing tlio fruits thereof. All Europo has
kept Its eyo upon tho trigger nnd been
ready to flro upon tho phantom of nn in
vading French army, nnd now it is blotted
out. The tables hnvo turned, nnd Franco
goes to work to reconstruct her militnry
upon the latct improved Prussian system.
So It goes, nation standing ready to throt
tle nation; everything dona to bo called
great, and Httlo dono that is worthy to bo
called good. As things nre here now, ono
cannot call it a government. Tho people
shrug their shoulders nnd shake their
bonds when you sound them upon tho fu-
fine, nnd say, ' "We fenr tho end is not
1 hnvo met Clara llarton here. Sho has
been to drive with me to-day. 1 wish I
had the tlmo to toll you of hor tlirlllingly
interesting experienco during tlio wnr
first nmong tho Gcrmnn, then nt Stras
bourg, nnd lastly here. Sho enmo ns tho
Tuilleries were blnzlntr, but I shall bo
with you, and then nway witli this slow
method of communicating. I shall wrlto
you in a few days from London.
With love, your sister Mauv.
A IIOMAXCK OF ItEAI. l.IFi:.
A Kentucky correspondent of tho
Cincinnati Comuu relal states tlio follow
ing: 1 writo this letter in tlio houso of an old
lady, who is n niece of that Knbe.'ca Hry
an who becamo tho wifo of Daniel llootie,
and concerning whoso eyes alio young
hunter is said to havo mistaken them for
tl oso of n deer) tho pretty backwoods
romance is told. This bulv Is herself
also, the widow of ono of Daniel Boon's
owii nephews, her second lmsliand, who
assisted in bringing the creat
hunter nacK lo noniucKy. tone
was born in ono of tho chief old pioneer
stations (her grandfather's), near Lexing
ton, nnd although she is in her eighty-first
year, sho is active in body, busying" her
self with hor flowers and garden, clear
sighted and alert in spirit. Recently sho
heard that ono of her niiddlc-ngcd" sons
absent over twenty years in California"
and presumed dead for more than half of
that time, was yet nlivc, and hor joy was
great. He, loo, had supposed his mother
to bo long dead. Tho old lady has a
romanco connected with her second mar
riage. It is ns follows. When her
mother was a young lady, Col. William
Iloone, tho nephew of Daniel mentioned
above, wns very much in loyo with her,
nnd nsked her, on one occasion, to marry
him. Sho told him sho was engaged to
Morgan llryan, and that they were to bo
married in ii few days. Colonel lloono
vent away nnd married another young
woman. Afterward he, witli his wile,
visited tho other young married couple,
when their first child ( now in her fifth
score of years ), was but a very few days
old, and seeing the baby ho laughed :
" Now, Milly, ns you wouldn't havo mo
yourself, you'll give mo the girl for my
second wife, won't you?" Whether any
jesting promlso was mado I am not in
formed; but tho baby grew up. nnd at
twenty-seven she was married, had t-ov-eral
children, becamo a widow after nine
years, nnd remained one for n long time,
when. Colonel Jloono's wife having died
somo years previously, she reallv became,
in her own middle life, tho wile of her
mother 's early lover, who had claimed
her in her cra'dlo. Tlio good old lady is
accustomed, in relating tills to her sons
and nieces, to speak oi'itas "one of tho
most remarkablo things that over hap
pened." I think ns too, and it is a true
BS5y A citizen of Colorado having been
arrested on a ohargo of stealing forty
Government mule, Tho Wiclicta Videtto
says indignatlv :
'" Vo think It is tlmo thnt a stop was
put to tliis sort of business. If our citizens
nro to be arrested and dragged oil' to jails
tiyTnited States Marshals simply for stea
ling a few Government mules and other
minor eflonscs, whv, it is timo we wero
having a change of'admlnstration. "
BQf- No trait of character is moro vala
ablo than the possession of a good temper.
Homo can never bo made happy without
it. It isliko (lowers springing up in our
pi'thway, roviving and cheering us. Kind
wo.ds and looks aro tho outward demon
stration; patience nnd forbearance aro tho
tt5y A man recently came to his death
in a curious manner in Venice, Italy.
Ho wa? standing near a bronzo automation,
which tolled the time of day, with his
head between the bell and hanimor. Tho
hour camo around without his notice ; the
automation struck one and knocked his
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MATIIUSS & UIIL,
C 0 M MISSION M E K C II A NTS,
HAY AND AVESTERN PRODUCE,
xi. in oiiio i.r.vr.i:,
Mitten Voutth .( Sixth St., CAIItO, IM-
CLOSE & VINCENT.
HOIE-A-LrEIRS I2ST lallMrrEJ
CKMF.NT, Pl.AHTF.Il PAItIS,
Corner Eighth Mrect nixl Ohio I.evro
JOHN B. PIIILLIS,
(HtiPCPs.or to Tnrker & I'hl'.lis,)
DEALER IN HAY, CORN, OATS,;
Flour, Meal, Bran,
Con. TEN'TH-ST. and OHIO LEVEE
STRATTON & BIRD,
(SupponKors to titration, Ihnlso-i A ClsrW.)
57 Ohio Levee, Cairo, Illinois.
"Alien! of American Powder Co.,
Jy7.lt facluitrs nentn for cotton yarn.
R. SMYTH & CO.
oiiio i.c v r. r.
A'so, keep ronstmtly on hand iiiont com
plete stock of
SCOTCII AND IKIHH W1IISKIF.S
Port, Mndoria, Sherry and Catawba "Wines
BfiMVTH A CO. veil exclusively for cash, to
. Hilton fuel they invite tho eupcclsl tln.
nun ui i-iuio narjain uayprs.
Special attention given to Filling Orders
r-vOOKH. iMiinnliieta. lrlIi. catalogues, news
r) papora, tax litis, and every variety ol eitun.
printioK contractu.! fur, ..nl pi mytly and
.tint oxujj ted, in tl-e Halle' n book, loli.
CORNER BIXTH and WALNUT-ST.,
(i:ntri.nc on Hlxthol.,)
V. .1. 0V,
II. C. Cndr.
j- CINCINNATI, OlIU).
I-:. II. I.oilwiok,
OAKKJ. CADV A CO. I'rnnrlelorn.
COMMKtlCIAI.-AVF.NUK, Ol'POSlTK V, O.,
The Houhk ih Nkwi.y Fuhnihiied
And oilers to Ihe putlle first-class aecomtnoda-
lions at rt-ssonalile ral-s.
GENERAL UNDERTAK ER,
0 k I
Cor. WhliiKloii-iiv.niiil 1 1 !-.,
"W. G. OAKY,
PR INC IP A L UN DE RT A K E R ,
SALES ROOM, No. 13 SIXTH ST RE
SAVE TWENTY PERCENT
Uy bnvlni: j ou r
WuhIiIiikIoii-uv., S'tr Ci.Hiin i:oiiP
RlKhlinil ilrnlliprsileilre lo inform the
citizen pf Cairo Hint llu-v aro) iiiiiiiiilnuliirlna oil
PLAIN AND FANCY FURNITURE
And liar now on linnd ami fur sale, nt
WliolCNitle mill Iteliill,
II liluds, and will continue lo 1:ppi nt their
BALKS ROOMS, IN THF.IH NKW I1UILPI.NO,
Every dlscripllon of pheap and costly iiirnlture,
WJIsrl.ln Topped Dure au,
Vari!rol) s, Sola Chairs,
MLHofas and Matratftca,
47-I.oudkcs, etc , etc,
Wlueli they will jjuaranteo to sell
TWENTY rER CENT. LOWER
Than they can be bought from any othor dealer In
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A HUXU'LV OF CiOOII
Tlio Fra-wrt?tl Tonic, In rnlanrt
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vUiUi torturi'ii. Ditrvntiuii ih-cuidi-s
ujipviHii vm in
nun cTiiiici tun crnnirni iiiikiii i ti
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cure. It vntorit nt onro upon lit w
iiiinu lur uui taiut.'iiiiic'. ii. iiitiiu
cxifccuiruiioii. una 101 in u vitt
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tur tli tn on Ii ir dm tn:itt luiiul nr Mum
Mil ' U TWt
wiirm room i ntll ihtr rut woll i tt
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cmn wnn rucomiuenu inatruuro i
i nni. ir innir ininn urn iihuit iiiub
ii nitich nn'l fast n tho trpnclh
tiVi 11 1 n K'"U Vlli uiniiun u ii"v
tx.ll 'I'lita liu ti irri-Mt tli.nl til llll w
tilt-. Mill a 1 IHW hl"
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ii.l I. ilin irri.iil iiAitit In irul n.
rnimf Btatcnu-nt to tlio Faculty Of
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plrnwj,! heart "f find ottulnwi tho
a. ,.,Fr..-l f.iirn nt ItlA. It Ml'fntOd
roil in irvi i ii v ii iiimuiu".
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IUUUII, ni' -u
crown In tteh over nco. ak
ruliiod tho Doctor, then loohlntf
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i.' 'w'.,M.n7i wnlifht la two
Joti'.I uilntrrtiptetl liealtti."
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ihiintriniiin.nvrrv Kuturdur from V
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whim it ffimi4 nn it will come, let
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Itr K)unrkM iiiniilfllieB HfO COnt
tetiH ot tliountindii nC riunii ii. ar
tntr.sfir vrt.trin Miitiflrilke I'llIB&TOn
u ib1u.i,.U ....ii la. iiiiiiiimrll nn ' I
lorms. . .
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