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FAMILIAR DIALOGUES.
NO. 1.
.f j.ttTKf jxn.ecr, ccrxcc a a .oa-rc war a.ir
3IERCIH3T.
Parmer.
G!orir.u3 new;
jef.tof tiie f.-n?
jyour :.mda ';
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ti-.il
friend; the
rah-trcasurv bid h defeat'.! in Co.i-re-
Parmer.. I cm orrv fur it.
The :ime u:c..:r.a
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M cnrry tor it! i ou are not r io.'o-t jco, s
I hope. J
F. 1 am -in honet man. I horr.
M. Yo!J, tin honest man, do you not j r.eet-'.! dy irtt.t!:-! to
telle vc tint the sub-treasury scheme would 5-.ek their 1 -T! "'
iolatc tlte constitution, break all the ba.!i- j ah!,; to the..- mah.r.i--:!
i destroy private property, give thi executive j haeaMe -a.
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requited the
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the control o! t!.c carrency, at,J ru!n ti.e'T.'.:-; p.:
country:
F What pr.rt of the c i-.-tit-riuri !o
think thU scheme wu! ! i'.!..:
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M v liv tiiut part h.;n rfr-urs t: e p;
ere! rovermr.ej;t t rsru' ite the rut tvi;-1 J-.'t'v.i. in i.
y. End furnish pnj cr rrtonry f.r th" ronve:.- L.v.ily c ..:.
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yu.i .r. w...
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ienceofthe t cor !e.
F 1 beg your pardon; hut thc-jv ii no t:"h j y 1,5!, i
l:u;se in the constitution. I)'. I v. i r-.rr ; -i ; i..; t t:
;ea 1 that instrument?
M Why, no I believe not. Perhir-? 1 1 o. rsrt:ii p.
did when a lov. Ihit Mr. Wehner an 1 Mr. ' --t.r.'.itc t ,
i'liv teU U5 it i ; the CiMistitutional
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--t thai iiC-vcry tired u li-toi hi i;r.
: Vsl I you perreive, thui if v.e tx-..
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a
dutv of
the general government to reju'ate the cur
rency, by cieati:;g a batik of the United
State.
F Do they tell yoj there is a word about
reirulatinir the currcnev cr e?tablihin a
bank in the constitution?
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M .ot exactly; but ?urroe there vas .
sometliincr about it in the constitution, or rui
ounef cover tf.o W.A
Co i ha t.-c :..-v. ui '-;: 1
the inc-t::nuL
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t:o al Tiir.AsrRw
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Piws nrfi n:o cqu'i', :.n j .e -under
tho- i.r.v?. T:-e c' -:n-.- j
fur sua-iiiie. o." ra;a, .u i:i- ,
ui t .' ; i s s t r u t ; .". e
aud .nj.-he i t.ie
c r ; i; a r : y 1 1 3 1 1 1! n t -
was iven :ir,-i V.ic
; a. . ' . . i t : ' : ti .. 1 ?:ii-.-
withcut watian; a'
tare.
In f:r;-, hh-;!y ha r,
:nr-!v fu:d-.hcd it
iutij.i oi the r.i-itch-i.-.cr,
ti-.ouih a li.vc
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1 ijw -i and a;';
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etc.: cn c.i pi-e-
fMi of i;Ai niatch dhnhfd.
j.in iiew oat lv una t
U 1: are autiionzed ! a:i:i ).i.v.c
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1 rc-
rizca to announce
a ret
r in mis way vou are ti-f -ii-jj t ---,... cm. e..t .,.,; - 1 t:,-.- t;, i,: . ,-.'v - ,v4LiriUii5'
the constitution : I carry " .r.-cep ;re j .au:; ;v iA 01 i 1.., ,v, - 'illJS SAIC'i'iJr
these time,. Ileri . wh! prevent thi, re-alt the y ,0 in. j !:,; , 1 ;.7 (to Represent
currency: -Cu.nV w;:cu rr.u.i riurco u r,-u: d,r, ura;v out -cur ,r H-I; r in TTNc5iature--ta tne
,WW You know what .? 1 ! potiir..S hut the L:i!ue,.ee f ,4 e-irXV V,r, '' cried Put U, -;y dear UWDau.
and such other metals 'as C )l Democrat dwavs to fhcr;. i " J4 o fc
1 11 , . - 1 1 fe. X
f ground, anu oa a a ay ii 10 .. '
jrl constitution in Z . I
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lit l..vci. ; - Lv - -a t s & : ' -
r. Fa1t;-: . iijt-, r -si . s ;-. . ..- -
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coin into tnonej'. There i
bout paper money, or regu!
renty.
M Whv, vou make
favor of the "recie IiuriVju.
F Kxact! so the constitution .cavs Cv-t-
grtss shall hate poiccr to coin yjfeii-h ur.l -js.
M Well, well; I didnft suppose that Wadj- j
iugton and the rest of them who maie the j
constitution, were such loco-focos an J ajrari-!
an But how do you get over that part of
the constitution which says the public money
shall be deposited in banks?
F There is no such thing in the constitu
tion. On the contrary, it virtually says the
public money shall not be deposited in tanks.
M You are joking!
F Not at all; Here read for yo ir'clf:
"No munry shall be drawn from the teeuc
ay but in pursuance cf arprojrriations made
hl.iic." Dofs Lot this virtually say, that
the public money shall first be put into the
treasury.
M Certainly I suppose it does.
F Well, that is as much as to say that it
shall not be put into the hanii-i of private
citizens, or under the care of coroorations
or tanks, bit not?
M It seems so indeed. Rut if it goes ir.o
the treasury, and cannot get out until Con
gress shall appropriate it, it will lie there
A handful
Word a ior
n:v and a
toasted n
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men lately
Ac at Ripley,
kti? of Tcnnt
b greatest men 1
Tim COMPASS
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n.j ;..ijv;ri'r 1 it
o -".-sic ana Li
,uud before th.
fft Lark was driven:
A -'a zinc:
"ulast
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From he Xer Yoi It Dailj Nt
GENERAL WASHINGTON AGAINST
PAPER MONEY.
Our readers have frequently seen
views of Jefferson on the subject o: curren
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a Cor.-.i::.-f x:
; tr..eats to ri r :.-e
Javs aiterwaru?, vjc:..
ion.
A few
appointment, met Word and they 'AA - d
the eople- Tie General's speech, it is a: i,
vras a very powerful eahrl, 1'aii ot re scares,
profound rea.so.iing aai impasdad uecia
matiou. It was received with j;reat
p! iue by a large assembly of enlightened
deniocrat'-. Word attempted to rtpiy, h-t
as usual, got bewiUered and tuine i itcd
with a grin or two. If t';is h td Ovjcarreu in
in the House of Representative.;, he v.ouhi
infallibly have been coug'i'd Su.k; but his
audience behaved Utter, aud only laujhl
at him. They mignt we'd say to tne ILpit.j
orator what was oace said to a ce tai:i po ;.
cal doctor:
"Tire wortt we fr. i: Jt j 2u f ,r ".! J J XT ea-i ri': u
It to uke tir os iIimc rJt:.r (nsrii'. T'
Mr. Word merits severe reh-jk h n : .
citizens of Mississippi for Id? trr. : hi r - . -conduct
during the iate :na'uy.. c.'i '".. ; . -,
Conirress, votin-r with t'.e Ahoi.t:.:-.i.-,
cuuviu.sitc. a..vr i ;e hcl.i ..
I. in-; cre-ts t.ne bdiows roared,
f..e iViendiy :ar appeared,
Viail tr.auits of heaven.
i
cy; but they may not know whit were the j is.-aei:ewT t-rs
heet. We now p ace USore tae.M a leittr - . - ot . fc J
iro-a Washington to Mr. Tnoraas r-.--::.-, ! . .
Va
Where pf-hel oa u
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And -azedCT
ev id slim,
xd lighted by a lanil N.
The c-!mr :Is meets 1
Ti.ca -e tat c It hisdar!! iurse toslcW,
lie breat.,1 1 no . i (ay;
But Liav-d the whirj.vindle
Noroace throu-ho
adloag rii.jt,
that dismal ni'ht,
j o fear or douoiave way.
r. i - i.jtt ;s o:t tae c.i
;at i:.jrni- ii-; az.z
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n s
ae,
a oil
f O: .v n
..- t cjeer h;i war,
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iti let hir.i ne cr to sorrow vta.
l'M i.i t..e jiiaeJ p.
A :.a..:.u-i.st-hinc divinely tiue,
d iteer.
of no use to any body, and we cannot, -.uj.m,.; ,wj,ri ,. r .
... j u . - .!-. .ou.u ce j and sacrificing the ir.tsrejts ci h:
row it to daJAJeasury schn.e. tent and theli-hts of th. ccttler.-, :.
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o w
F Then the reason you are opposed to Hcnrv Chiv; hut t;.;
the sub-treasurv is, that vou want to borrow would r a.s on him v.-j-dd
t.'ie puwic money to ao businesj npon? own cacidr rer 'at one c:
M Not al though the r. You know I am a t Cnce a week. Il" ti .is Joe
stockholder in the hank, and when we ret th d':r,T;ri,An 0 some-ti. in-
puu.ic money to lemi our. u mcraes our
dividends, and then I speculate a little some-
limes, and it is quiet convenient to lorrow
.. r .1. . .1 .t ..- 1 . 1,. 1..
want to make a rood speculation. , , . , . ,
1
hive t!ia stoma-:..! oi ano--
F So you are in favor of u-i:: the public t j-
e : .1 l .t - ui.c-.
money ior privaieu I'urjHj-.cs nru i:4r ct:i-
t ;:ri vatn 1 .-;.
a "
td greets his vie-
te;a
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:s. . :ei lam ua.-. i;:e ieiui-
T..- vAi load t::e bidows roar,
.'.ui .-0.5II J.i t-i:s ard troubles past,
il 3 an.hur he shill safely ca-t
I.Ot r"Ct:'tsi.
r;-aa. cf eici.uT-s W c-.-ea-
nresent aaaiinisxrauoa is '- i .j:.-.! i e'jr 1 m iirje-i -i rT7
rounds accupied by the Father oi t.ie Con- j ..yc r nL.tc U
which we ask them to rea l, and wc,a,
portions and the reasons he assigns, ana
then they will be able to determine whether j w L
the present administration is r.ot on te j r4lTi t
sthution. V'e ask our opponents to rta
th letter, and, as they proie?s to revcrer.ee
tha opinions of this great man, th:r wi.l
prceive that they perfectly comoiae v. a.,
tr.ose maintained by Lis cotemrx;rari?s, Jti-fa-scn
and Madison:
M-j'irit rtrr.on, Fel. 16, I --
To Thomas Sir-xn
Dear ifir. Your favor of the SOth U't.,
cii.e d'Ay t haivd. To -ive an ofaa-a a.
i
Lc-ok. oS f-r i.-s-V-.r, -
, -sr
an-:r! -o n.uca u :;orti!:ce -
hi, :-:;dy agitated the. two brct. ;;
:,-, vihoire. ar.J wii4'.i t.'c:." J '-
hip-- - .jr-ro a.v.s:-a ra, 1:: aaer -..
n.attet; bat as tias diversity u: op:. i
a Mi'.e.;: wi.irh has, I i.-ht;ve. ojca:
.iiinisof m.j-t men, ana as i.y .-e-n. a"
ir?r-iri hiie been luliv a
Tit sums u s u'!mr ?s te
,
LI, c.s.a "I i s--f w; jmt1
e j a a t c t
U iinns Fast. T e a "
irtrr. our u!hw-;;:-:; .
Kc- t jus: w h it ? c x -v-:
Cfery States R: jr.tvr- :- ' :.:
crat. Others w.d i h
id Mr. lUir.o.
Th : oitrs. j-- r
their aito iti YzZ' -c usla " Ift:.
t:n- e :j act th- t; j.
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s."a'"-cr; l.r i ftwloCMn ' .v";r OS1 is I " t - -i , , '
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"nzrir e s. far ta be :. r.c .v'
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Ma:
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'"s s;" - i. t r.a- ' " i - : r -At tie , :
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..:-. T..e 1 W Kfi;!!!'! h tit WtioW IVIlUt lit 11-
i I r.' hi "A ! n . r-i ri---". r- - , . , . ' 1 - . 1 - 1 T 1
stitution declares that not a cent oi it shah j , , - , r. . '; f h - . - V-S1J utaiu ui.it iw wiuaa
be used but for public purtKse, and in pur-1 ' TV , :' " ' Vt e ! -1 : :' . In; w iiairvci!oa.l v proper a man i,r
r 1 1 1 j J . i i are now we i n iteh.!. t.. t : i . t , - a . 1 it , .
suance of appropriations made by law! i . , - - the r-ut h to suupuit lur the next Pras-
M Why should not I and my bank use i , ; , . - ,a,:;;JltV. Jiaeicy. To i:h.w what mliucm Mr
for our own profit, rather than, to have u , J. V,nr.i, ; CU a, J chav L;x.;. in Virginia, the mother
shut up m your odioui and infamous treasury j , . . ,. , .- , , a . - 7 7
an.l ,.h.tra,uries.of n., useioanv tlv? ' h'-' !a" ' ' l i u 4 ! --tHtcs, it i3 only necessary to state
oa t.: a- r.;
1 iiH- a; a
oe a.e m-ne-re: sarv a
iia- eeii .-o o.eu aoa. t;nt far
rem x 11 t.it;..;c;;ed; in a wori, in
an an z !i'!m the want of c-cie i
-.! .-is greater than it rcaiiy ia
fat a f.y lae .astunee a-.,-i a
.- -.iiriw of a ti.in ta:jt we r.rt ::, it-
i fir V. ;Lifii Oi lit i.i. i r
V Xrt VA11 arA r.Atfi fl-r fnf !hp rAfi! fnl.nn ! '
when it contravenes vour nerumary interest, j . c .,
.u l licrei .nr. eusirr ;o reaa in? cor,-. , - .
F No doubt of it. I have no time to ar.u r"'s " ' '
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in
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A 'r av. toi'!r- . c ??t iz r it, t ?
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. Ti ; - r. taat ta e - - . - .
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- . : ,y 1 iie r sa..e CO'.- ; - -
k.ak.i catof djor, as' Fee rz
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furher now; but I will see you next tim- 1 ; A ' i
roTie to town -Good bve. ; '
M '"fJus.) Thl feliow fiat more serwe i
than thought be had. I thi ii h U ri -;.t
about the constitution: but rae murl Ln
t'tm BMIBM
' J ,
llqvAV eight?, Fqt-Ai. tim, vm
rri5CE', are fundamental principle f t.hr- j fj .
Democratic creid. That tr.e .e ..rinripl 4
- ... - .1 iT 1 :..n li :
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l.i'.'ii- I
ad'
lency; that they recognize the vho!e
Jv of mankind as the children of on1 outn
ti'on Parent, equally precious in Hit ..!,
and equally entitled to His 1oumie-, arc
truths that will not be deu.ed by the
vtrietl Aristo:rat in ChrUtendorn-
It is alto not lest true that thee principle
lautifwh'y haxnon'ue with ti.e prec j t oi ;
our iliion, and are admirably calculated to''
ro-ornerafe with them in accomrJi.iiar th
I Tf -1
1.
r.t, t f-i h'
w.,a a ;
!- ! s
f ia Daa'l, wii n the pubisc mind was
j c. .'ia,a:id when every Uiinri was wejn-
.. , J c i iichhcral'. ly and coaly, he v.'u I lie
I Ciiiuiutc ior thy lre.sidicy
: aative ?.taie. kL:n Joha Q iia-1
. ; A(i iiu, re.cacd mare voles than
" ! aa r.r ;ni- k orol jr, in that renowaad
t. ;' f f,aa.:a'aweai:if. " Lyt 15e-u.e "Ir.
iLiy 'i: a.:z- d huaseil by a dcteraii
,, j had t:pp:.-cd the admhiistratioa oi
! .iai.'yjs .a.roe nnd as Julia Randolph
. f j tain iiaa to i.i.-s tcAa, iie was bent on
V I -am la:; the ;:iuthern jople in futttrs
j .. ,ia hi .vraericaa b) -.stem hohhy, ToV
--pw.2 a1 la;y never woula lorgive nirn. S
I Mr. h-Iay has ar.rays opposed the bouth
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rift.
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trrand object huaan happiness, by de:.o
ir.q oppression and iU couzotrduxnls the wori i
vr.
Mr. V.A V.e, n i ' : ;t!a- o the c . a,'
of tl.(
a- 0.!' n
OT.K.,
""-a,a
.ever dd man ner a mr dehhf ra fiie-
! r.'s'DE.'iCn IN FAVO:i OF THE
J I rrrf.5 ok.t Tan irrr.y System
I Jtfdi'a Whito vi IVJU when he was
ijx'-'.A !t:n' .rat, ",., ".Mr. Pre'si
i Vat. if thoo were no bank; either
t ' . 1 r - -
.tate or 1 e a;raj, in uie union, our
tai' ; eoTji d he ohf-eted. the rnonev
hoob The rovf-rnm;nf ntvr i id r i I -"tl y kept and paid out according to
1 1 ranee o: a:r.--.e r; .4-tr,?f! i ! tf.e p-rovi aaas 01 taw, uy inc appomt
:j ln if dtbur t-i a very nariii. ; of nataral perfor.H. N'ow wc
In order to show the n'ae aioftion of
t?.se principle to the reu jir.-mat f our
religion, we take leave to place liieri i-i j'JX.) from him the ad ranee of a '1
tt position, so taat our reader nay se? he has a a'on
juoge ,0. " !:ir rr.otmu-rr.. ni3v cma.'ay them in preference to
rerrtct r riot. " iauevr j t woa, i L.it ( 1 .
lhers ihodd do to vor, do ye even w to '" j bana jt we eho;e. I here cannot,
them,-are the words of ti. illustrious Nj- A most arcaible camp mcettnir therefore ae a .f eces.sity to create a
zirine lUfomer. Ihw lud .ixi thi dc:; he;1 within three mi:t5 of lAinv' -'t c-an ! r ru ai psirr aes; and it vrcmler
.it I'O 1 ;
opi?.on r-r - ,.
are ie-t p-il-j'.-t1
n.oi:'.. I .-ludl
i
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II. ' t" ;
treat :t.
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who drea-fi
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t-e cretr: r e2.-? y. -elire laere fcr? c.i-t f-i' w '
rias m;i r?ea rrarreri'r rr--""-ei Yi'. ; .. 5 " 1
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which remains uaext-orted wiit he lr'-ed I I Coi. Iksriz,-.rcc: zzl ia- rsir
With great e-ttecrr. and regard, I T"e T:-ak- taes
CatGr: WASIIIaJTON. phice iaNorti ML--V -"
r itioo Iiarmor.ize niih ikub.f priaci;
within the f.at week'. In the la 1 : the i-oerfo rnf v the hank, bccaa.se
V niHter of
14 rquai n.t. of .1 rallied fricvA. th? nreachit.-rr u.r-. 1 it w.'
rnXchmJnf iij-W-c an. I the acccm Ration, a- j y Htait he fixed to implied
ri-htsbyfim, wcu!drece-ari;v detract fra.o'jvnd rxfiientlj -ckxI. Xh company j rra.vi cannot fix any.
my; laptUxsz. Lhettfr I should ly amldcd on htrnday wa, quite hn!- T;,e North Mi,siipPian, published
retrain from ccrojclaag i.r3 Us n?ht- bant. The companv a-emblcd oa at Carr-Iton, vhhei that the Editor 10
ILmi of tus y Amtocrats, ye who pm- Sunday was qntte bnhrant. 1 he awl:- .t,, '1- j ;r f
f- to Live our religion and to .ha; your encc 5nrCad on tho f-i-deofa r-tle hill rl' r7 i I -if'
cvoducf ia accordance wuh requirement. , k; f h ia ,ik f H bate few, hat mighty pretty
Do ye not encroach on tls rrshts of o"rier., . , . . cnudrcn. e owe tnat man of the
ten ye build up huge banking and other Han army jophipm tne m.jcy. r Mi,-,. of ginr.
iLonorlIes in the land, tU direct tendency Heaven and the goodness of a Savior. . r A, ;, v . - t .
r ar? 17 i:i"rr :.tt ...nv 17. i.n f.-u-, 'jtu ,
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It '!! rer -JlftfAird by tf onr raule-i,
Ur-Aj s militia corporal cm frarr.j da. .Vjjv
cJ i " i tAfae ci th Great IIa- Po.?, C1t, u
tie L4 of U ,i atLil tte tat men tamed. Cltrr.'
IJt if it were impmmhlb jt tlW Krsj tiaecc t
jwit Ue trw'k, fetfr wetks hrtm &m earr-w;
(ie Mm of WaclJrj orator, tut vA'&vrr ,7-! -b.
pUnatknt ! So mn-fa fcc tike p&lt d Uwe -.w-J tl- k
paanL WTm leans on nth a rtdSi4 fcxm ajort,
rsnt reed. A atcbj cf kic itiiu woqIA
we
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cec-aa agt frees tiae cu - - -
time if it be cec-sjarr. We aa cr-cE'-r .fveser Grraa.--. Iai rr a.":re:r- f
rrre J taat Me-rs. 3IcEe Shz,g Col llh- cr axt Aha v 1 ' a f
I -"i-.-j Holly rrizrs xre rXfxsisi i
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been r!ooi Ir.- Jv- cr- . i It raa -a. -ay .:-. - - -; -
The c-aocat tae- q----- t ;JMr. L-OOC, rrrtt.-.
abrut two r direi tacsas4"' a-" t,a.? lite s-;. r-a c
t.y exp?ct to 2
pmsaje o; co,tc.
gexrs carrai-.-j bv iLe 5 a more aaj.'.: aa c.
ai a c-i't.-, an
re cccacccl.ee., is
hid.
Bat onr reefer. wceJ4 lik- t u M wr for C cesai their par; a fv,- r.r s4s .... ( rx-CL5e ct tzi f n-T - v A'.;
timfr.i irwiwi of Clay by tt mwt. TW m e3y n a. Xe w 0-:e J " IS Onjt -d tc tbf Eil: iCl tat t -.
iA - w ex.- i. ow Te. tjot ti. tri-t wM f !, , zJr"ry - t'. nniay prccocr-r ta:? ;2..-- - '
TUf3tkm mem n Cat diils Sase. TLry tier. C W CT fciie Lhelf I
fcr ia-reJ di;r ir Jj r?n-f re 'ia he btr- 0 at X ".hart re tae T2i-"- rri ?ct ;

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