"No Ur,"repliedCaploinAwlick. " 'vill, the »Mj
S Ù" n » .1,0,1 to kot'11 tl.e ,l,„tl, Of ,1,. AJ
SÄ . P ..nail 1 ...,o,,kno„„ in a.
city. On Captain Aulick's visiting the tngate. Cap-, t
tain Boterin protested in writing loins proceeding
un to the city ; and alter a sharp conversation ot, t
Ins colors ; and in such an event, lie (Botei"0would
be considered as an enemy, and would have all the
iruns of all the. foreign squadrons in the Pacific di
reeled against him. ° w'e immediately proceeded,
about 10 A.M. and got under weigh without any
molestation. . _ . . n
" Yesterday H. B. M. ship Alert. Cap am Bay
ep, arrived, was brought too alongside ol the bloc
kading squ id, on ; «he captain an • ufiicers were per
mitteif to come up m the boats. In the course 0
conversation with the Captain, Boterin «Wived
that Cap'ain Aulick was the prune mover of the ex
petit tion against the squadnm-that the Colombians
bad not sense enough to have planned such an ex
pedition without foreign assistance that from tins
circumstance, and breaking ot the blockade, the
Dolphin was proscribed, and would not be permitted
to enter any of the Peruvian ports—this, however.
will soon be seltleil, lor we sail in two days for Pav
ta and Callao. Uur officers ami crew are all well.
J rum the. Richmond Whig.
The f,Unwins i? fro 71 tin: best |io«silile American
source in England, "'c imagine that it may he de
pended 11 pun. The prospects for our bread grow
ers is better than the present prices indicate.
London, Feh. 0th. 1823.
It would give me sincere pleasure to be servicea
ble to you. It bas struck me, that by com oui, tea
tine to you fro 11 time to time, authentic and early in
formation ot the most interesting events lo us, I
might effect the object which would be so agreea
file to me, and thron *li your valuable paper, rend
er an essential service to mv comilry—and particu
larly to Virginia For example, in the tiocluat,ons
of the v«tluh of our Staples, were you regularly ad
vised of existing prices and of future prospects—it
might prevent injudicious speculations
hand, or injurious sacrifices on the other—and the
present tune furnishes, as 1 think, a lit occasion for
the commencement—its continuance will depend on
-sarv now lo ro
ust of the kind cl
on the one
circumstances to which il ** unncce
far. I proceed to sjve
information, I propose to commitment!!.
Firstly, the present and tuture price (probably)
of wheal. Thu price ol'go.iri wheat at tins tune,
25 the Winchester bushel. Much specuhition
prevails here on the probable rise or fall ol th,-.,rt,
cli—and stone difference ol opinion exists—the re
sub is of great interest to our farmers-my own
„„inion is that no material change will take place—
inv reasons 1 will slu e : I beg to premise when
speaking of quantities, it is an ai.proxnnatio,.(instead
of arithmetical precision, which is impossible) to
products and supplies on band which is relied upon.
Still with the admitted source oi uncertainty, much
light is elicited by estimates drawn from high anil
respectable authorities. The population 1 » <•
Britain, alone, is estimated at sixteen millions. 1 he
quantity of wheat necessary for the support of tins
number, were nothing to be substituted in lie 1
bread, could unt be less than a quarter
and hence It! 000,000
e ; ff ht busliols lo tnicu person
of quartevs for the wholc-to this n«ld I ^H».U«W
quarters fur seed.makingmthe aggregate 1 , .300,000
Hut Mr Jacobs reduces the .quantity consumed in
ordinary years of productiveness to 12,000,000
and the seed being 1 , 300 , 000 —the quantity requit
ed is H 300 000. The quantity produced this year
is estimated at about 9 , 000 , 000 -making a defici
ency of 'LHOO.OOO quarters. Now in the year six
teen they made the. same quantity-the price then
rose in America to from $'2.77 to >1.00. Yet, in
sixteen the stock on hand of preceding crops was
the. I arm amount of 6,000.000 quarters, while m
t wont v'eieht the stock Oil hand was reduced to about
- .Inn £ Cters
' in he whole of Europe they cannot supply 1,000
r , n none or" for exportation heyo.,.1 their own con
.mm t on • indeed' France is said to he short in her
rroo SO as to réunir- foreign aid. The whole sur
«Inn from America I anpreheod could not reach in
round numbers, half a million of quarters. The
tvlie 't in bond did not exceed the same quantity—
hence it is impossible that the usual quantity con
>d by Great Britain can he brought into the
kiu-rdomf But as the poor have nut the means of
purchasin' 1 -, at the present high price, potatoes and
oat? must'he substituted to some extent—and to
what extent is the principal question ? In answer
ing which l would say, that as necessity can alone
reconcile the use of these inferior articles, wheat
will he used wherever there is the ability to pur
chase it, and hence as tire supply is unquestiona
bly short of the demand, there is good ground to
L-'lu ve that the present price will he maintained,
ami I apprehend also that the existing scarcity will
spsibly felt on our growing harvest.
- The ^ricttol tobacco. 'L bat nas«fl
■ - SO per cent, within the last live
led short crop in America has
J „ ,t *0 this advance. An 'J io „„L'
n , / to wheat—tohiicc.o wUI "continue to ad^
It is believed that tobacco suited to the
French market will bring 200 truncs to the ktllogram
( !bs. in the sales to be made this month to the
Fur the Delaware Jour nul.
) Msssns. Eitn-O is The proprietors of Dragon Marsh
and the 1 es, dents ill its vicinity, have tong had reason to
complain of an evil, which is every year becoming more
serious. Since the commencement of the Chesapeake and
Delaware Canal, this body , of marsh, which, previous to
that period, was drained by the natural wat
nil, g through it. has been generally in a greater
degree, covered with water ; the old) water courses be
ing stopped by the operations of the canal, and none
been substituted by the Company, sufficient to
2 »Im» deprived of tlie
The owners :
drum the marsh. . . .
use of the marsh for hay and pasture. Considerable crops ot
hav of second rule quality, were formerly derived Iron, it,
in a-.ld.tiun to whic', 1 . it furnished pasture for u considéra
hie number of cattle, and thus constituted a valuable ap
pondage to llie upland faims; lor these purposes tlie mursh
^ ôl « «JJ*"";
„„„ta, il ,1« «mabl. P"'"""
t u ,.f of so , ar(?e a body of marsh to the joint operant
(rf hratand mois u,re, as this marsh now ms, by'the act ot
t |,e Chesapeake and Delaware Canal Lumps y.
T , lo ' e wh() are interested have naturally looked to the
Co n, p a,,y for redresSi Intve more than once at d,ess»d the
the language of respectful remoi.strance n which ti ey
have appri-etl Ä
, ike „Li.utc. for the original
courses, have been attempted l»v a culveiUt »der Point,
a(ld bvw , ia , is called Kxton's D.a.n, which have, however,
proved inadequate as «ihs'hu'M-tlie • ber labt> a
the excepfod, .nd .till remain, in that
The approach of summer rende,» the people
()f ^ llciB))tlorll ' ,' d doubly anxious, from a regard to.
the lieaUh lhe m»<4vcs and families, that S
site should be ^
Company may repaii the mischtet
tll ^ ( ;' r ^ ) V, r r ^ t ' l ^' 1 ' s 'D^-e U,eir evil aswell as good tendencies,
and for, mw are so obvious, that it may well be made.
qll ,, 5ti „ n , whether the free and a a 7ger
,, y thei theory of our^h which corporate pn
trmn, car t"e4tow-"d upoi, the'most frivolous as well as the
h * () sj ( . c .s 0ne characteristic ot corporations
!"a gSe,.mldf-Tvnce for the rights ot others, and
nnv so sneak, a greater readiness to trample on those
rights, till, iis exhibited by private individuals. A num
her of individuals associated together, divitb g ; res pons,
hilitv and mutually combining, will do things w ic
nriv.-c rhiracteri each ot them would be ashamed of,, or
decline from apprehension of the consequences. In like
in the plentitude of their corporate strength, mey
Will treat with neglect those claims of justice wInch, >P ;;
wph U, Vhes« n *"2 l K*n®™î : 7*'' l **''^ s,n< ^"
ol'cstion to tin- piesent subject cannot he mistaken. Mak
ing due allowance for the difficulties which the Ghesa
prake ami DelawareCanali tiseful work
'-v* "iee^igu'ed'Iih'we cannot admit that they present
a C tor tile disregard they have shown for the in
and health of the proprietors and re
toréais, the comfort ..
sidents ill the vicinity of
YvuYan, A\*\\ i"L 182)0.
Appointmentx h>t the F resilient of the 0- States.
Consul General of the U. States at
of the Port of Baltimore,
Henry Lee of Vigi
Dabney S. Carr to be Surveyor
vice William B. Burney, remove it.
The person appointed (Dabney S Carr) says
Intelligencer, is the Editor of a most violent partisan news
paper (the Baltimore Republican)—the person removed the
eldest son of Commodore Joshua Barney, a man well known
in the annals of his country, though the places that knew him,
now know him no more.
Mr. Cbv's progress through Maryland, Pennsylvania and
Virginia has been alten led by constant demonstrations of
public regard and approbation. At Frederick, Hagerstown,
Union and Wheeling, entertainments tiave been given to him,
„Inch are said to have been largely attended, as well by the
dsof the late administration,as by the fiicuds of Gene
all a la bonne heure.
We object to this e la borne heure - This hope deferred-.
foese givings out of things to come, and which „ever make
their appearance. These are the aide arts of editors and poll-
tic i a ns with which this nation has been amused and cheated
for more than a year past. If these a.mmislnng dmooene.
have been made, as this editor tells us, why are they kept
from thf . public eve,now—and why deal in mystery andam-
biguity ? This is not the kind of warfare which a fair or gene-
C rous antagonist would wage, nor is it the course which would
be adopted, if there were any'real ground of attack,
est character and the most virtuous administratiuii that ever
flxisto d,a r c just as liable to this mode of accusation, as the
wor . t These "airy nothings" may gratify prejudice and
furnisll food for an embittered imagination, b .t men who are
j scckin! , a f ter truth will reject them with indignation,
rea(ii|y be | i(tvc> that the Editors of the Enquirer
! ) un thja m0(le 0 f talking away the character of an opponent,
■ , n prjvate ,if e , by insinuation without proof in political
warfareia different rule has obtained—which 0,11 readers may
j t)ma ja| j j own by the historian Gibbon—" Falsehood
; ^ insincel . it y, unsuitable as they seem to the dignity of
1 public transactions, offend us with a less degrading idea of
j meanneS!j than when they are found in the intercourse of
1 q ^ convicti , )n ,, fipm> these dark insinuations, these
j 0 f t > repeated accusations of waste and extravagance
agaiuat the administration oi Me. Adams will he
mute of foundation or proof. 1 his conviction „
strongly fixed, since the abortive
committee of retrenchment. 1 hat committee
istence a whole year, composed of men who had every
disposition 10 discover abuses which
administration, and the result of their inquiries was equi
valent to an acquittal. Their opponents are now in full
possession of all their transactions, public and private—
and, as yet, Mr. Amos Kendall, alone, has ventured to pro
He has cut
Th« Richmond Enquirer of the 10th inst ; m a
amusing article, beginning with an expression of its pioa
it Washington are going on welt"—which
would seem to imply, that the editors had some secret misgiv
in^s on that score—communicates the following information :
" There is a determined purpose of reforming all the abuse?
And it is
sure," that thin
and retrenching the expenses of the Government
said, that a waste of public moneys lias already been discuv
Itich will astonish the good people of the nation. But
issue of the lab ors ot tin*
as in ex
lid criminate the
claim any of the secrets of the prison house,
off an expense of some fifty
by discarding sundry newspapers—the informa
hich, might have saved to the natio r
one hundred dollars per
tion derived from
fifty or one hundred thousand. The eighteen thousand
dollars thrown away upon the mission to Colombia is a fair
set-off', we apprehend, to this essay at economy.
The communicationB'gneJ Dragon Marsh, presents»
case of grievwuee which, if truly stated, and we have
.»son to believe otherwise, is deserving of attention
and prompt redress. It is admitted by the writer, that
the Company have not been wanting in efforts to remedy
the evil complained of, though, these efforts have proved
faith in their sense ot jus
trust, that the cshs
grain on _
imports of grain, the product ot the harvest, and
i|)(j amnun , annually consumed by the people of England
. of years from 1816 to 1828, inclusive"-This
statement shews, the stock on hand in 1828. to be far
be|ow wl ,at it was in any of the preceding years named :
andlh# E jj toro f the American comesto a similarconclu
si.mwith the writer of the letter-that ''the imports of
foreign grain aval bread slull's must be extraordinarily
, arl , e t0 nlcet t | le consumption and keep down the price*
fruitless. Having rather more
tice, than our correspondent, we
which is now openly laid before them, and which appeals
so plainly to the justice and humanity of the directors
will receive all the attention it merits.
We refer our agricultural readers to the letter from I.on
tlie Richmond Whig, as containing some
don, copied fr
useful information relative to the prospect of
of the demand for American bread stuff's in England.
The writer enters into a comparison ot the present aup
ply there, with that which existed in 1816, a year i
bread 9 tuffs rose to a great price in England and the Uni
ted States, and shews, that the deficit is much greater
now than it was in that year; the stock on hand, at the
commencement of harvest in 1816, being 6,000,000 quar
nly 750,000 quarte rs—and
the product of the two years was about the same,
make up this deficiency, he says, notmorethan 1.000,000
quarters can be expected from the continent of Europe,
which, of course, leaves a large opening for this country.
From these facts, he states, " there is good ground to be
lieve, that the present price will be maintained, and l ap
prehend also that the existing scarcity will he very sensi
bly felt in our growing harvests.'* The view taken by this
writer, is corroborate! by a statement we find in the Bal
timore American,relative to the Corn trade ot Great Bri
This statement "is taken from the official docu
while in 1828, it was
ment laid before Parliament by Mr. Jacobs,the government
succinct manner the stock of
igent, and exhibits in a
band at the commencement of the harvest, the
until next harvest."
The Harrisburg Intelligencer of the 10th inst. says :—
" The Susquehanna is now 8 feet above low water mark
and is still risinp-. Great numbers of arks, loaded with
stone coal, whiskey. Hour, wheat, &c. are daily passing.
Lumber of every kind is plenty and die prices reasonable
WK livid FEE'S CASE—Judge H'.ckcy has granted the
petition oïll'ibrt Wickhffe. and ha^ respited the reconnu -
id his son, unt 1 tue 7th. day of June.
z.mce of himself
Captain Reid, who, in the privateer General Armstrong,
A the port of Fayal, distinguished h'mself in the late w—
bv one ot the most heroic and gallant actions which
corded in the annals of ou. country—has been
from the office of a Warden of the Fort of New York !
Even Major Noah thinks this too bud.
John Pope of Kentucky, who was appointed by the Pres
ident to the office of Governor of Arkansas, lia. refused to
accc.ept, and ih a candidate for Congress, from the district
lately represented by T P Moore.
Washington's birth day was celebrated, as m
is; among the guests were '»en. La Fayette. George Wash
ington La Fayette, Mr. Levasseur, and Jules Lasteyrie,
the. General 9 * grandson.
al, at P.»r
The ice, says the Buffalo Republican, covers the whole
of Lake Erie, four teel th.ck, us is reported. It is now 23
\e ts since the ice was so tremendous It the Lake breaks
dill » Slorin, there will be tearing work ah aioog the
Ice The ship Nile arrived at New Y»rk fr«
_ 1th and 2mh ult : in lat. 42.50 to 43 ; long. 4 J t > 51.
surrounded with mountains of ice, the largest or wliicn
was about 5 miles long, and 600 feet high. I he ther
eter iell to 28 in the water, and 29 to 30 in the air.
J\f. y. American .
\V, \v. Oates, the fimth individual charged with a par
in the abduction of Stephenson, arrived in In
mg last, in tile Eliza and A'lby tr
rremleietl himself to the proper au
•er for the offence charged.
thority to ans
The Retort Survient. At a late examination of the Gob
,f Sin geons,' a candidate was asked by Abemethy
\ were blown up with tfunpow
} u Why" Coldly answered tlie tyro, *' wait till he came
down »pain." "Title" said Abemethy. "anil suppose I
kicked you for such an impertinent reply, what muscles
should I put in motion ?" "Why" said tue y, ung man,
•• tlie flexors and extensors ot my right arm, tor I should
floor you directly." London JCifier.
York Minster. Jonathan Martin, the maniac, who set fire
lo be a brother of the celebrated
Painter and Engraver of ttvtshmzvr's If a,l, ami other cel
ebrated productions. The Lee,Is intelligencer states, hat
to restore the Mins er to its recent state, 150.Ö001. wtllbe
required. The organ alone cannot be replaced tor less
than 8 or 10 000 pounds. The roof was also very expen
g'Vtfly const, octet!—be mg of old heart of oak, covered with
lead which averaged Bins, the square toort During the
(ire, this metal in a molten state, ran down the spouts like
water. A subscription has been commenced, and U OOU
ds already subscribed for rebuilding the Mi' "»ter
•k beginning with a subscription ol 2000
wlm' he would do it
to York Minster, is said
Archbishop of Y r
the Louisville Advertiser , March 1 7th.
Mr. Rotiert Owen, commonly called Owen of Lanark,
lef! this city onSumlav in the steamer Patriot, on his way to
Cincinnstti. The object of Mr O's visit to that place ,s to
discu s the merits of the Christian religion, with a Mr,
Campbell, agreeably to a challenge given twelve montns
ago, by the Conner, and accepted by the latter.
Scolding. I never knew a scolding person that
to govern a family. Wh t makes people scold f Because
they cannot govern themselves. How dwn can they gov.
ÄÄtXAut steady and mild? '
lohn McPIu-vsou Berrien,the Attorney General of the
U . S ates, has accepted an invitation twin the Chosopluc
Society of Princeton College, to deliver an oration oel.-e
its iilerarv societies on the day previous to the next annual
' Removals. It has been for a few days nasi cur- i
rently reported, that General Uphatn is remote,i from the ;
Custom House at Portsmouth, and John V. D catur up-j
pointed in Ins place. Mr. Parrot has been r. n.. vsd trou, j
~ " "*•—" c w I
that the article is extremely scarce. Numerous petitions
were presented to the Legislature, at its late sis,ion, tor
aid in procuring the article, file Gazette recommends
that good spring wheat, certified to be such, from the U
States, be admitted/,re of day
Extract of a Ig'er dated, Cndir, Feb. 8, IB-4.
Considerable shipments of wheat have laiely been made
,y„m this province to England and Fran e. The price ot
that weigningaliomôu lb. per bushel. IS St 10 per bushel,
..„d of the heaviest, weighing about 64 .b per bmhel
1 25 per bushel. Clive Oil have risen in price, on ac*
Isfnt ef the scarcity m the sou,!, of Fiance.
[From the S.Y 5 dly Advertiser.]
LATEST FROM ENGLAND.
The ship Grecian, Capt. Masters, arrived ia>t evening
from Liverpool, whence site sailed the 5th. No news of
importance had been received at London from the Theatre
of War, The Catholic Question continued to excite a
great deal of attention, hut it was said that in three day*
there would be something done decisive.
Tlie London Globe of March 3 says, the Turkey mail,
with letters from Constantinople to the 27th of January, ar
rived this morning. They bring
so call the confirmation of the continued great military
news, unless we may
A letter from Constantinople tlaietl January 24th, states
the blockade of tile Dardannelles is sensibly feit therein
tile price and scarcity of provisions.
J.ondm City, 2 o'clock.—T here is little alteration in the
Money Ma ket this morning. The highest price of Consuls
87 I the lowest 86J—the present quotation is
Market Portuguese Stock
lias fallen to 424-, Mexican 234 In the other Foreign
Stocks there is no material alteration.
A sale of 41)0 hlids. of Virginia Tobacco had been made
in the London Market on the 3d Ma ch, at 2 j a 3d,
In the House of Lords on the 3d, the Archbishop of York,
on the presentation of a petition, said Ins opinion with re
spect to tile Catholic question had undergone no change.
Me knew nothing about the hill to be introduced ; but if it
made adequate securities for the established church, he
would support it
lie should, however, feel it his duty io oppose the bill
Tile Duke of Gloucester said, it
«67-8 to 87. In the F
if that were not tire case,
was unfortunately necessary to adopt some measure tor the
entire emancipation of the Catholics, for no halt measure
would do. He was convinced that he Ministers would not
inconsistent with the security or the
propose any measures
In the House of Commons a Comm ttee was balloted for
the petition against Mr. O'Connel's return for Clare*
The following are the nanirs of the persons appointed ;
«I. Easthrope, F.sq. J. Stewart, Sir G. Robins
Hon. I). Eiddell, Hon. K. Cbve, Right. Hon. 1». Court
J. Brougham. Esq.; K"S. Cr.-ve, E*q., E Bellow Clive, Esq.
.1. Locke, E*»q, Lord W. ltussel.
A petition was presented from the Protestants of Ireland
It was signed b) several
's, and some thousand gentlemen of large p operty.
r. Peel took the oath and his »eat in the early part of
in favour of the Catholic clauns.
r. Peel took the oath
On Tuesday the 1 !th inst. bv the Rev. Solomon
Higgins. Mr. JAMES THOM AS, to Mrs. ANN
WEBSTEIl, all of this Borough.
DI E 3,
Yesterday morning after a short illness, at the residence of
her son-in-laws, William Townsend ; MRS. HANNAH
HEDGES, (relict of the. late Joseph Hedges) aged 87 years ;
■rried inhabitant of
" she was a sheaf
she has Ion" b^n.known as a highly est*
this borough, and truly inay it be said that
ripe for the harvest."
Her funeral will take place to day; to meet at 'V imam
i o'clock P. M., to which her friends are re
On Saturday last, ihr» Vlth inst. Sam'itl Hanker, Jn, in
fant son of the Editor of the Delaware Gazette, ot this place.
An ailjuimicil meeting of the Delaware
mv nl Natural Sciences will befiehl at the I own
Hall oriS iturtlav the lffth inst at 7o'clock P. M.
An essay will be road "On the Botany of the tl^*.
trict around Wilmington, designed to promote the
study of the Science."
H. F. ASKEW, Sec'ry.
A T a meeting ni the Subscribers tn the stock of
the Wilmington and New Jersey Steam Boat
Company, convened at the Town Hail, April 14th.
Benjamin Webb was appointed (Ihairman, and John
M'Lear, Secretary. The following persons were
t»lprted Directors to gprvfc the ensuing year, to wit -
Hairy Read, Benjamin H'cbb, John F. Gil
pin, Joseph Bet il y» Jacob Gooden, JVillicim P.
Richards, Maillon Belts, Elisha Haxltj, Müler
T. ensures —LEA FUSE^ .
Extract from the Minutes,
J. M'LE VR. Sec.
Or the Ponrof New-Casile County, will meetat
the Poor House on Wednesday the 29th inst. at 10
o'clock. A- M. . .
Persons Imviny; claims against the Institution, are
with JnsRPit Ghobb. or
rpquosleil to leave them
the subscriber, on or before the Monday preceding
the meeting. Il* HLALD, See ry.
April 16th, 1820. 104-tm
Patent Washing Machine.
The subscriber having in September fast, pur
Phase,! (the sole, right for the Stale of Delaware.)
of Mr. H V ! iIA WAY, of Steuben Co., N. York,
his celebrated Washing Machine , which is believed
tn !>j equal or superior to any thing of (he kind ever
offered to the public ; lias now un hand one ot said
Machines in operation, at his Manufactory,
of Hanover & Second streets, which be respectfully
He expects in a
invites the public to call and
lew weeks tu have several of them completed, when
he will give any person liberty to try it lor two
weeks, when if'not perfectly satisfied, they may
The price is S10.
j ) ,,|. l , vare am ) South Carolin« Lottery, 6th Class.
' draws in this Borough on Saturday next the 18th ut
the April. 54 numbeis, 8 diawn.
r oron 1 of onmx
1 Piiw of 10.0(10 dollars. 1 of 2500. 1of 2000
i ^ ,,f ]2o(), 1 of 1022. 2 ot 1000, 4 ot oOO, b O/300,
the ; , ; j 0 „(■ !50 ffO of 100. 46 of 40. 4Gof 50,
up-j - | l.ii) „f Ö, am! 8280 of 4 dollars,
j U1 ' ' « Quarters 1.
I washing rosa rv loiterv.
noam,« tt~bm.Mr.«. Ur,., £1 ,f April.
nr ; 7 ,,> 0 f 10.000 dollars. 1 of 5000. 1 of 3044, t.
U P 5 of 500. 10 of 250, i 5 of 100. 41 of 50, 4 I
„MO 82 of 30, 82 of 20,615 of 10, and 5740 «lj
10 ' 4 lT.lv« 9 ïO Oinrters gl,25
ot 1 tekets g.>. Halve» 2.M. «»3 < JJ. B, ,
Qd cents. To be had at L. B AUKLR ».^
. |m j J_,„ c ky office. Nu. f 1, Murkirt-st.
UUa " 11U
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