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THE NEW YORK HERALD.
WHOLE NO. 10,872. NEW YORK, WEDKESDAY, JUNE 6, 1866. PRICE FOUR CENTS. THE WAR. GREAT ALARM IN CANADA. PEOPLE FLEEING TO THE STATES. All the Border Towns Crowded with British and Canadian Soldiers. MONETARY PANIC IN MONTREAL RER OR THE 8AVIRGS BARKS. GOLD TWO HUNDRED PER GENT PREMIUM. Fenians Still Pressing Towards the Border. ' COBRA! 8WEEIY1A8TIEI BRAID * Til Two Faetiom of the Brotherhood Make Common Came of the Inmion. The Stephens Fenians Enthu siastic for Sweeny. Operations on the Line of the Detroit River. Baited Stales Reatrallty Rigidly Enforced. The Fenian Priionera en the Steamer Michigan I tie a wd on Parole by Order ef the United States Government. Important Order from Attorney Seaeral Speed. AH Feniano Violating the neutrality Laws of the United State* to be Arrested. A*. fte. fro. THE BO&DEB. A CMtdlta Town Kv now a ted?Th? Pea pie Flmla( to tlio States? Removal Of ? Bonk Deposits? MoT?menU of tke Feni ans?Conncll of War, ke. BPBOIAL TEl.KOKtM TO THE NEW TORE HERALD. 8r. Ai.hahs, VL, June 5, ISM. Report* from 8t Armaud, Canada, stato that the town fens been evacuated by the inhabitants, who removed everything valuable that lh?y could carry off, and that ?it* p ople are Hocking over Ilia bordar Into the States by huadreds. The town la now garrisoned by a large force sf Britiah kllliri. The bank deposits at M in bridge hare all been retnore<l to a mfo distance in thn Interior, and the cltnena of the (lace are In the wildcat state of alarm and excitement. Another detachment of the Fenian army, about forty akroe|. fully arruod and equipped for aerrlce, arrived kare thle morning and were immediately eent to the eorampmenl at Mart Illgbgate. Eight thousand rounds of ammunition p-iseed through Bla place this morning, In the p-K.<-eosion of-the Menl&ns, notwithstanding the large amount of arms and ammunt ttoe that have been seised In this vicinity by the autb or Mas. There is still a sufficient supply to be had, it not keiag quite en scar e as some would think. Tke Canadian volunteers stationed at Smith'* farm. Ska kit station near the railroad, or the other aide of Eke line north frotn Higbgats, undertook last svenlwv to i sows observations sear the Has, un??er never of the I; hut when near the plaea which they das red to r tbey were informed that the Fenians, overs thou ?tad strew. wars pnntod sear by, and this bit of infonna Ban proved to* much for the Kan neks, and off tbey rushed Vba mad, soma throwing away their arms and altogether Making a moat disorderly retreat. i hundred Fenians, fully armed end well drilled, I through Sheldon, ten mile* east of this place, ? noon to day, and had baggage wagoaa with th-m. Tbey were moving north, end two mounted officers Brought up the rear. I It has rained hard all day. tnd much sympathy ie felt Adbr the poor fellows bivouacked at Ea t Blghgate, aa Meat of them arn without shelter, ' Governor Ottbogham, of Vermont arrived here this twera ng and bad ? consultation with tb* commanding off. ossef tbe United Htaiasiroope, now stationed at th s place, i and tke town authorities, upon the proprMRv of calling out I Vo Bate militia and for th* purpose of satisfying him n tlf upon the true condition of affa rs in thie vicnlly, nl thwgli strongly lni|?>rviaed by on* oc two influential nit I sans t* place tiie militia on the border. The Gover aoibamd Major (iibaon both came to tbo conclusion that the re waa no real necessity at present exist ng whteh wot kd eall for such a step, but to quiet the fears of arena he t krtatled General I'eter T Washburn, Adjutant General gfU ? Rial* of Vermont, to make Ft. A ban* his bend guar krs, stt I, should any emergency arias, that gentle man - **1 *" aoeordane* with tnetrmnous from the Sever ear. The 'poop* "eve not desired for the purpose of putting ge*a | he Fenians, but to prevent th* f anadlane from fellow n . I them over the line and shooting them down gpu g, ver.caa sail, should they Invadd Canada West WMh a da *?aL Ninety ifle" out ef every en* hundred of lb* people kereoeefn sadly to the Fctuaa ernes, and many have gsilm a Ikedr tsuntioo of joining issua with Uiem when Ba lim * comes, aa tbey have an old score to settle with Ik* pn?vl?rl*l> Geeesg ' flpear, eooimanding the right wtng of the l-'e. ?hstn^', left here at two o'eioak for Fairfield, where ke nse meet Geo era! Hweray fur the purpose of knkttng a 4 onnc'.l ef war. Biqsial t^wnr shortly afterwards returned frem Fair. As id, nccomi anted by General Pweeny Tbey are can ? ting wkb closed doors at the Weldoa Hnese. Tb* .?dntaw forces are encamped en th# green, directly I MS on* minute's walk from the boenst Everything k* wtBsrkably quiet. PrnsnRfkm *f It. yaand, Cantda, by Ik* hrtttsh-Fvars W km Attack?Tke Fsbiate f.messireilus, Ae. krsottL t iMMifl t? vwn kit vonn mtu. D. Iiaaw, Tl. Awe ?, MB A* Be BrttmB tlhiliiH have svassdk d i an anticipation of an advance of the Fenians. Tbey locked the wrong awlteb on the railroad and carried off the key. Ttw train was delayed about one boor In con sequence. the Fenians are concentrating at Btghgaia. General fipear bas left to meet General Sweeny at Fairfield. St. Arwiand ia on tbe line which divides Canada from the Statu of Vermont, and is directly north of Fairfield and about twenty-Qve miles distant. U in also about tbe same distance from St. Albhns. General Sweeny In Consultation with Hie UIHreri at St. Albans. ?FECIAL TELEGRAM TO THE NKW TURK HERALD. St. alpass, June 6, I860. General Sweeny remained closeted wlih Generals Spear, Murpby and Mabon until eleven o'clock to-night. The result of tbe rotifer nee, as far aa can at present be d vulgod, is in subetanoo that Fenian prospects are brightening, and that tbe boys mean fight. Provisions, arms, atnrrvinitios, equipments and men are now on their way from unexpected and unlocked for sources, and an early advanoe is contemplated. A large crowd congregated about the hotel, and filled all tho corridors, anxious to get a glimpse of the General. A number of tbo regular United States offi cers and soldiers now on duty here, and most of whom had been companions in arms with General Sweeny during the late war, mixed freely with the crowd, end appeared delighted to seo tbe old com mander again. No disturbance took place, but every thing paused off quietly. General Sweeny remains here nntll to morrow, but where be will next turn up It is hard to surmise. Tbe Malm Cslama mt Fsalsns Mowing Towards Canada from Fairfield, Vt. Boston, June S, I860. Fperlal despatches from St. Albans dated to-day say that the main column of the Fonlana commenced moving from Fairfield at four o'clock yesterday afternoon, the Column heading towards Canada. email detachments soon afterwards followed in the same direction. Generals Spear and Mahan remain at St. Albans to organize recruits and look after expected arms and am munition. The non-arrival of war material has delayed the move ment. It was known that a large amount of much neoded (tores had been sent from Troy, N. Y., for this point, and It* failure te arrive had caused serious disappointment. Trusty officers and men have lieen despatched to hunt op and secure tbe missing material. Seven oar loads of Fenians-arrived from Massachusetts this morning, bound to tbe front. Generals Spear and Mahan intend to leave for tbe front to-day. Tbe Preparations of tbe Fealaae Nearly Perfected?The Werk Soon to Com* meaee. Boron, June 6, I860. A St. Albans special despatch to the Boston MeraUl says that leading Fenian officers there declare positively that tbe border wilt be crossed In fifty-eight hours. They have numerous and experienced scouts in the Canadian camp and Its vlctoity, and have hourly reports of tbe situation. These are such as to give encourage ment, and both officers and men are sanguine of suc cess. The* plans are nearly perfected for tbe onward movement, wbioh trill probably be di rected against a force of Canadian volunteers, whom tbe Fenians regard with contempt. There are no now important developments. Tbe advance of tbe rlgbt wing halted this morning at a spot eight miles from the frontier line and are encamped on level ground on tbe edge of a timber tract. Two companies of fulled Riatee troops from Fort Trumbull passed through St Athens last night, It Is (apposed for Rouse's Point, sad two companies from New York reached Ml. Albans to-day aad encamped there. A good supply of muskets bad reached the Fenians, hat ammunition was scarce. General Hooker Malntalalag Nentrall ty?All Fcnlaas Attempting to Cross tbe Border to be Stopped. SPECIAL TEI.RORAM TO TUK NKW TORE IIERAI.D. Sr. Albans, Vt., June 5, 1866. By order of General Booker all armed bodies attempt log to cross tbe border are to be stopped try United States troops. If unarmed and It Is reasonably supposed that tbey are Fenians thoy must also be stopped. Reports are current that Fenians under Colonel O'Neill will concentrate at Malone and ibis place. Generals Rweeny and Murpby are supposed to be in this vicinity. Tbo Fenians ire in the neighborhood uf Fnlelghsburg, Highgalc, Franklin and i'lgson Bill. Tbe fhiu d States troopa are advancing to preserve neutrality. Activity of the KchIonc In Vermont* ? ncUL TKLEUHAM TO TIIB NIV TOR* HKRAI.P. Ri'm.iwinw, Vl., Jane 6, into. There te a movement among the Fenian* In the vicinity of Ht Album. They ere ruppoeed to be marching on Cornwall. They bad reached Fairfield at laxt account*. Thle movement menace* both Montreal and Ottawa Tbie force le well aupplied with >rmi and ammunlt.on. General Hweeny la In the vicinity of Malone, according 10 the lent account* received here. He preaonoe at th e point I* a eotifirmatlon of iba belief that Ottawa t* hie etgratlv* point. Feniana la email equ*d* have been pairing through thle ettp all day and yeeterday. Forty eneeo of arma have paaaad threugh here duttag the lent few daya Oaiy three or fowr of tbaan wore mined before they rear bed Canada There are mid to he a large a amber ef arwte already In Canada for Fenian purcnere, and partiee here who are pooled on the Rubject report that iber have been going thera at UIBerent tune* for the laet three month*. A pareoa who ha* been with the force* near At. Album very recently report* thai they have artillery la their camp there. There am Uiraa hundred Fenian* la tbie city. Alt hundred parted over th ? Vermont Central Railroad, toward* At. Alton* tht* morning My many the Hi, Allien* force la considered the rtght wing of th* Fenian army, while otbera aaearl It to lb* main body. Hq .ad- of Fdniana, vary ng fram fifty to on# hundred, are scattered at variooa polale through the country along l he border A movement la e? pec led lonmed aleiy by *? cry one here wltMb Will brief the whole hue nee* to a crtM*. Ttie i nited Atale* troop* which have thua far gone to the bord r only occupy point* that aro ait rtor to the Fen an linen LIKE OF THE ST. LAWBEECE. Orrat Panic la Maaireal?Ran aa the Baaha-Wold Two Ha ad red Per Cent Prvmlea. Ar. arrciai. rci.aoaaw TO tba wrw tor* herald. M'ivtsbal; Jua* V i*oo. A monetary panic ha* been .nauguralod. ami a rua I* bring mad* on Urn city and dtotrtet aavlng* bank* Gold a at two bundled per cent premium. Lieutenant General hlr Jobn Mlrhel, who le ram mender I nckm of all the firom and defenoe* m and around Montreal, left for At J .hn*, Canada, to day, by aperial Ualn, on lb* Grand TlwoU^ftailrund. Arrival of (general Iweeay at Helen*? Operation* Are Ki pec ted Ream ta Cam. ?aaaac. rractcL tii.*oram to tra raw tori araai.n. M*i??*, M, T., fane I. INfi Alera fialf pact ten o'clock la? night Um linm hoe* been eeete**, and all 44ap*trh*Ni vtft forvsfti t] Ha Montr al On (lainlnatl.in thle mormag the w re* ta Maw York war* feual tu bar* been act la two place* bp part e* unknown. Mao are new aetieely engaged la am pairing tbe lapiry. Oeaeral rwanay, Colonel Mahaa and Captain Graary arrived her* at twelve o'clock Mat night and hilt remain today. The repeat that Called Atolaa marvhaia alaag tbe recto Mara been aelilag Fenian arme aad atomcatUda ? araming gram atcttotaaat, two car lend* bartag already baaa appro printed by tbe amber*** at Wmaatowa A III Itiijr gf tbd Fppub United Ml) rived Uat night to protect the benke, hot not, It la add, to In erfbre with the operations of the Fenian*, of whom about one hundred and fifty are In town. It I* eipected that operation* will be Inaugurated thl* day. On* Thoaaand Fanlana ?a the Mareh from Hlghgnta, V?., Towards Canada. 8PHU1AL TELBCKAM TO TB* NEW YORK HERALD. Oosnanaooo, June 5?1J SO P. K. Qenorol Meade received a despatch thl* afternoon stating that a column of Fenians, estimated one thou onnd strong, commenced a movement from nigbgata, Vt, towards Canada this forenoon. Hlghgate Is a small settlement a few milee northwest of Ht. Albans, and ha* boon a Fenian rendezvous. General Meade directed the officer who reported the movement to follow and prevent a breach of sea trail y If possible. General Meade's information shows the organized Fenian forces on the frontier to be about two thousand, divided between Hlgbgnte, Mai.me and Potsdam. It Is positively known that thoy are without artillery. Sweeny's headquarters are still with the Potsdam wing, where all I* quiet. Fenians have been flocking toward the Canada border In conalderable numbers since Saturday. The Central Ra Iroad ha* turn shed si* extra trains within throe day* Recruits do not show In the organized force M Potsdam, however. The movement receives little sympathy from Northern New York people, while all the government officials are very active la opposing It Although General Meade has but a thousand troops to guard a thousand miles of bor der he doee not anticl|iaie serious trouble. Tho value of Fenian munitions taken at Rlchvlllo this morning in estimated at two hundred thousand dollars, compeoed of Sponcer rifles, carbines, English knapsacks, ammunition and accoutrements, all under guard here. Mora Seatrallty-Selzara of Fealaa Arms bjr United States Troops. RFECIAL TKLEUEAM TO TIIK NEW YOKE IfEtlALD. OcrzvsBfsii June 5, ISM. The troops that left here Jitsl night to recapture tha arms And ammunition previously seized by tho authori ties, and which a party of ffeniaiie from Potsdam bad ro|io.ssehsed tbemselvoe of, successfully and without oppoxition performed that duty. About forty Fenians only were engaged in the undertaking. The oars con taining the ammunition had lieen switched off at Water town. They were hero seized, but the Fenians failed to enlist the aid of an engineer to assist In moving them off, though tempting sums were offered. An engine, however, was wwured, and alter considerable delay one of the party undertook to run it and oarry off tbn prize. The delay was fatal. They run the com to Ric.hvllle, between Gouvernnur and DeKalb Junction, and were here unloading wbeu the troop* came up. There was no attempt at reel tancc, tho Fenians quickly retiring whon the troop* appeared. The wires were cut east and west of bore bin night for some dl Uuce; bat owing to the promptness and energy of Mr. Henderson, chief operator, who ?? ' a'ong the road all night, perfect communication la re estab lished. Movemcati wf Urstrtl IIweeny? Activity of th? Ken Inns. SPECIAL TBLEUHAM TO THE NEW YORK HERALD. Mjnox, N. Y.t June 5, 1*M All la quiet on this line. General Hweeny and Colonel Meehan left at boon for 8t Albans. Tbey will probably return to-morrow. There are now in this place all hundred Fen'.ans housed In barracks, and each furnished with two rations daily. Hcouta are continually reconuolterlng an the border, and It Is rumored that a dash will shortly be made in the direction of Fort Covington, located about twelve m las from bars, this side of tho division Une. 4ffHeral Murphy, It la eipected, will lake command. LINE OF THE NIAGARA. The Writ ef Habeas Carpaie? Nwnaes mt the Ktalsn OIBrcra Confined on Board the Mtehlgwms m-acial Tri.Kjiim to titk wrw tor* matin. HrvrsU), June Ml It A. M. The fulled fllatee bee cii.aged Mr Hheru.iQ fl Rngera to represent them on the return to lhr> writ of j hetiott corpus (ranted hy Judge Clinton for the pur pose of bringing before him the Kenlan otlcNi now held as prisoner* on hoard thu Called Hutos (tmii.r Miotlgsn. The counsel was accompanied by Acting Master M m*, and they hatre noli fled Judge Clinton that the Fciiijh prlaoners am not held hy the contrail nler of IhoM jhl gan, but by the Cm ted fltalea District Attorney, who Is absent rrorn thin city. The general Impression ia that the officers will b re leased on hail and the men d.srharged. Con klerahle eiclletnent exists here. The court room Is cm? ted altli the friends of the prisoners. After a short consultation It wan decided to [rnitmrie the return of the wr t until to morrow morning The following am the names uf the officers wb. are to be brought up from the Mphlgait to morrow 01 the return of the writ of batman corpus ?t ol. uel lohn O'Ne II, Cobmcl Owen Starr, Colonel John Hoy. Llffiten ant Colonel flrao., l.leulenant Colonel John flpeuldng f'aputns flh.elds, Connolly, I' II. Mundy, Tlui o Cary, Jotia A. Weary, Fogerty, flmlth, John Haggcrtf; l.leden anta Roche, William Mag a Ira, Patrick H)os, . J Tyrrell. Colonel I/Twery. enmnweding at Fort RrVe, has e.tA.<1 the Hnttah Crannnl In this city that an permiU will ha grcognired hy him for per now to vl?K th'-lr camp A large number of the British have left fort Arte for A large body of Peruana baa been landed at Bis* Cre-k. twenty-Ore miles west of Buffalo. A large amount of running to and fro by msseenera in Indulged in at the Fenian headquarters Tbey cWiu to have bad ordera from fieneral sweeny. The revenue cutler Fmwtndew has arrived from Dn blrb, and the revenue cutter Commodore ferry has wo arr red. rtenerai Harry has ordered both ruiterwba patrol the riser. The ('aplartd Faalaa Ofhrers? Kerala Prteoarri Held hjr the faaadle Called Rtdtaa Treepa Arriving at llf Ibhi Rtirttui, June J?1 16 P. V At an early hour thin morning warranu were taped by the t'oited Klatea Commiaeloners # line city eta man.ling the Coiled H tales marshals to apprehend to I nn an officers who are now en board the steamer Mid gan and bring tbem before the Commtwitoners for ?? am net on, when It will be decided whether they etfl be held for trial before Judge Hall. Tbe en to pi staled an follows:? Whervae complaint has tbie day been made tw ?? ?? did. on er about the Slat day trf May, IB, at tbe city of Buffalo. within Uie Northern di-tnetd New York aodf jurisdiction of tbe I'nited H la tee, ho* end ?et on IMf and provide and p"*par? tbe means f a inillUrv eapedttPm to be .arrled on from then against lb' inrrtnry sod dominions of Ute i'rnvieoef t pper Canada, her government and p? pie, with obit the I'nited Btales are at peaca, < ontrary to tbe pm? itoai- o. the act of i oagreaa concerning neutrality, paws April 30. IAIN. Ac It ? aald ibe offieera will make no d .fence, oafeaWi to a In each of the Neutrality law. The prlaoners are really In custody of the dnl anther ties, and tbe military and naval forces age guardhi them On the other side early this mom eg fonr mora Feate pne were were brought m and placed la tbe Niaga. ferry liouaa Maay of thorn met with a gslcber hio, the volunteers shoot them dead whew feund It ic r W?rt*IRhM no lam tbaa tweety Are er thirty have am Mint m tbe wonda rosed about Fort BrIW awd Rldgewa, But thw needs cnoBrmatioo. Alloc hef tlie Caoad ana brve afvut oee hywdrv prieoevra, of whom Afty am doahtleaw BvUuma, aa mi were made wtih very little dlserrftea Atfty wow reported to be lodged M Drawt/ard Jail ead at I Hi Ail OM train* ew IhdQrawd TruaA Reilread IMfMWi ?tag mgwlany eaM awd wswt. OBI Lpwab, ef Chicago, who amnmed rcmreawd W> ??Able wo Friday wight, left (be city ew Auedey eight awd B i BiBNad td have tags a wWW htm a dumber ef Mm Pewiwwd wAw WW# wailing te rsiwfeiee C.I O NevM known at Chicago any numb? of troops could have been ?btalned for lbs purpose of joining tho Fenians at Fort Erie. In eipsdltton comprising 10ms three hundred men, under the command of Captain Donohue, Is reported to hare left the city laut night. Their destination Is un known, but tbelr departure was known to the United States authorities. General Barry last night received a despatch from General Meade stating that no landing had been effected at any point In his vicinity. Two companies of battery H, United States artillery, flrom Fort Schuyler, arrived here this morning, and other troops came last night. Tho report tbst arms had been seized at P. O'Pay's Store, who la tho AeaJ Centre here, is, w? believe, Incor rect, as the only arms taken from his store were svlatd In the way of business by Fenian a. We can get tin Information of the street rumor that United States Consul Hlske, at Fort F.rle, was insulted by a British officer or any other maa. Rsleau of the Prisoners from the Means' er MtrhlKom w? Parole?Orrot Prolan Meeting In Bnffhlo, As., As, ?racial, THI.KriHAM TO THI NKW TOSS HXHtl.D. Bt'vraco, June!?It P. M. All the Foulan prisoners on the s learner Michigan have been ruloaaeil. The following arc copies of the forms of the paroles given by tho offlrers Cirruit Court of th*. Untied S tll't _fbr I Ac .Vor'frm lUt trie! of Arte fork, ICric Oounty, is.? Bo It remembered, that ou the Ath day of June, l-nti, personally came bo fore me, Perry O. Parker, ComuilmiODOr of the United ?tales for the Northern Iliatrlct of New York, James Kelly, of tho county of , and acknowledged him self to be Indebted to the United States of Aineitra In maom-r and form following, that is U> t-ar, Ave hundred dollars, to lie levied of tils goods ami chattels, land and tenements, to the uae of th< mid United Whites of America, if ho . hull make default in the condition following:? Wborcas the said James K? ily was churgi-d before the said Commissioner, on tl.o 4th day of Juno, 1KM, upon tho oath ul William G. Moms, with having, on or eliout tho 31st day of May, lsDfl, at th<- ? Ity of Buflhlo, within the Northern District of New York, and jurisdiction of the United States, l? gun and set ou foot nn I prm dod and protmrcd the means for a military expedition to la- cur ried on from thence against the territory and domln ous of the province of Upper Canada, h r govern ment and people, with whom the United -tales are at peace, contrary to the provisions of tho act of Congress c mcernlng neutrality, piu-*cd April '10, 1818, and the said James Kelly bavlug liseu regularly brought before the . aid Obtain tsstonur to answer -aid charge, and from an examination of the said Wm. G. Morris and others on oath in the pre wane of lb? and Jnmes Kelly In regard to the offence thus charged, and from an exarninii'lnn of the <\Jd James Kelly, without oath, In relation thereto, lie having been by the said Commissioner previously inform d of tie ch; rg? mado against hlni, an I that he was at llb'-ny to refuse to answer any (|ueM>.in that tr.lght be put to hltn, ami he having been allowed a rejiomable time to send for and ul.ise with noun- I, ami from nn examination of the whale rntil"-r, it ap pearing to tho tinid (ormnhmioner that the said offence had been com mitt -d, sad that ttiero wiw proba ble cause to believe th- aid James Kelly guilty thereof, the sod Commissioner did thereu; ou wh i the said James Kelly to enter into a recognizance nlu.self in 'he sum of Ave hundred dollars for his appeac-ince at the next term of the Circuit Court of 'tie l ulled States, to be held tn and for al l district, In the village of Cunxnduigua. on the loth day ef June Ir * , to ?i war to-ii Indic'.tnert th n and there to be piel. rrrd ;V-In-I him for sold ofibnee and to do fur iter ?ul reoelrc what should he then and there eipjelned Ufa. him by the snld court, and not to depart from the said court without leave, and in the mean while shall k'-ep t^e peace towards the govern mint of tho United uiout, xud particularly with all foreign governments, onion tee in-1 people with <vbi m the United fltakss are at pea' o. Now, theroforn, thr condition of Kite ree/yni: anc la such that If tin- aid Jaa>-? Kelly diall pertoiially tie and appear at the next Circuit Court of th< United Motes to tie heft In and for the sshl dlstrtet, then and there to answer to an Indictment to be preferred aga:n?t bitn for said ottence to do further an I receive w1 ?? ,h*ll then and theio ho eniolm-d u|*in hliu by tho Maid court, and Khali n ?< dcj.xrt the ? .ml court without leave, and shall keep the peace as herein tiefore stated, then this rtdograaaua be void and of no pf^Ai wlltwrwi-w ?*? i ? iiitlM t?> ft|l| twaadft virtw . T*k"U, sub-rilied and acknowledged before tue the day and yoar above written KURT O I'AKKKR, f'n ted "rates Com mi intone r for the Northern dtorict of New York. f As /'mls.f Statu or. Wi'twtst Jf ?mt._ Wll".?m G. Mor ris, being dulv 'worn, depones and nays that he Is a cltl ?? of the United Hiaten of America, and that on or ?pout th - tlrat day of Juon, lsdd i military erped tlon coaststln;- of between one tin-rand and two thou sand m< n, arm >1 with guns and ammunition, and know* as Foalaas, arid organized tnd prepared i<nd being at the city of Buffalo, within the Jurtsdir. tion of the United Htxtee, crown-d the Niagara river from Buffalo aforesaid, tn the province ef Canada, opnositc- the * aid Cttv of Muffsto that during th" Ar<-t and second 'Uys of June Inst the s-dd Fsntnn lorce took poMsnasien of the eouatry s'ljoroiii Pi the Nla.arw river for sacral m.ics a< sois in t onada, and had several sk r ml-he? or fights with the military author.' n* of Ca .ada: anl that sitns penuns wire killed in said onglffMDSnta and soma were wounded This ? l'-;.- ? at further says tliol the lorepung fails arc m itten of puhlie know! dge ?ai d lokgkdr, and of the trut'i of which there ran Is- no doubt, Una drpoo t,t forth' r sax that a part of aald Fen an force indtrv ? k Ui return from Canada to th< United Stale on the morn Ing of the 3d of .tune, acro-e Uc Niagara rv.-r, and were raptured and taken pr Miners hy th a d' .' t.etl. commanding the propeller tug J C Bar rtaun, detailed for that purp<*e by Captain Itryson, of the United ,-iatri ship Mhtiigan thai the whole nunitier of others and men thus captured an l held aa prisoners ta about Ave hundred, nod when taken had arms and ammunition with tb-un, deponent list! no doubt of the ftd Ilia' ?ald military expedition wxs set on foot within the United "tab " as aforcaaid, to be r ,rr rd on from I be nee against the territory sad dominions -g tl e provinc? of Canada, a government <nd people with whom the United Slates aro at peace. The t'dlowing - etenii 11 one of the pflmuers m laken by till' dtpoai it, an t who were the a engaged m said ex p-d.tiou, to wit, William M"mn A Ixrgn and eathnslast c meeting of Feaiaas was held la the tlpera B- u*a to-eight. The speakers ?srm?1 ena Ad -at of the ultimate gucasmi of the present operations. Tti- y said men were coming from ail [/arts of the Union, evert from California, to aid the causa of Irish mdepea ilea's Abu it f'J.OOO was Mharrthed. There aro a large Burnt" r of fee mat la towa from ahroail. and a prom moat m mt-er of iba omen I telle as that "th ngs are wofk.ng," and sow.<4Mag wdl he dona sis- long Distant thunder being beard to-alght. rumor has it thai a tattle Is being fought. The United Htatea revenue steamer Fsee-r len returned tn-night from Barcelona, where be had been sent by GeasraJ Barry, and reports no Fen. a tut there FaaUa Tnapi Ordtrrd la Amiakla u ?aiatla?Tka Prlaaaan tha Nlrhl. gaa-Uria Badlat af raaUaa Arriving mt n ? If a la. ?nciu tilmiii to rnt wrw mil anun. Himi/), laa* I. i*m Tha faeuiu will hara ? man ataatlag thla avaalag M tha t *pr ra Hoaaa. Nodular Tttaaaraid and 01 bar tpaabara am annoiocud. A eoiumUtoa will ba appMntad al lha moating U> rara ?a anhmriptl'ma (mm all wbo majr wtah to loud a helpiag band to annqnrr ' aaada (Journal lyi'h, 'oremandT <* tha Kaalaaa la tbla dla Irlrt, wilt* h?alqd?rUrt at Claroiaad, Ohio, baa laaoad nr\\ira fa tba aaaamWing of tbo trnopa at (Ulavta, lady mllr from Uita rity, oo tba Jfaw Tat Control Railroad IJontmaal of tba Called NUtaa auaivr Rlrt,l|aa. la undor arrml (?<? abamtiag bimarlf oo tba big),I >if Ilia l aaiaa raid na Tort Kr? without ord ra. >io oommnnlcatlaw la allowed wnb tba f-n ad jm-oh ara altar hod to lha atoatnor the , gmn. I rlattad ?lb? Rirti>4*0 bat woald bot la porn, liad to (o on t*?rd I laarn from tba nbi wra hating thorn fa 'bargo that tba griwmrr* trap thootful aad an joy thrmarh aa la ata(la( and making li, ration bg damoaatral towa al tbo llrti ah 01 ar tba lloaw At tha fautaa baarfioafiora nothing haa haaa hoard of ftwaany Tba nfllorr* and mm ->aa anm* bard laog nag* of what tha? wiU not da if ba >Nwaaii;i doao not maba a aaara. Tha m*a "ho laft haw I at* a?M nadar Oapaaia fVow*. baa, for Dunk.rt, ha?a jnrt rrturaod. On thaw arrival thoy war* -odorud to wail ordrra al tbatr boar 1.114 bon ma A wj tad af ditf ?i arrirrd from lad awapriin at awa r m. I barn Jaat bad a wtiwwllii witb awa af Iba Fawtawa wb? waa tab aw prfwjwar hp tha MVrhlgww Ra awr?t>ad fwlrr'ii mom Mai two ariott, by jan.pt kg aoMfeard, tbr a boat tag dwwa tba n in "lib tba 'anaat Ra aw ?gad to at 11 da tha rtgl'wwea af tba BMCaaa aw guard rtwa baadradfaw awa lawaa bara tbla avra.agalWf ?'both fat iba awat, bp ardaa af Oawaawi Lgwah. Itaapawaiaa IrMga Radtpraad. irtnu nut a aw rw rag www t?m art 11.p. All nwwegWWUB m tbia awd af tba Haw \ orb 1 aw Tb# blockade of SaapeasiOD Bridge boa bean raiaed. The Great Weelern Railway train* are running m uaual and paeeoageia uroaa without hindrance. LUX OF TBI DETROIT RIVER. Preparailea* aad XeveMeati la Detroit? A Howbeat Fired Oe-The Btepkena Fenlaae Kathatlaallc ikr Iweeay Railroad Breakers aad Bridge Barn*re Uone Over Into Caaada. BFBCIAL TMIl'IK A? TO TUB NBW TORE ITKKAIS. Daraotr, June 6,IMA The Fenian movement* on thia end of the line ecem to be rapidly approach.ng work. Rcoree of au picloua stranger* are pouring Into Canada, un armed, for Homo purpose or other, notwiibetaad ng the Tigilance of tbo military authorities on the other aide. There la very great animation lu the Fenian clr rice bore In-day, and fully two thou-und members of the order from different point* are lying about the Saerdlng houaee and saloon* of the city. They are remarkable reticent when in couvoraatlou, unless they have ronfl dence In their <|ueriitn, when they freely pr-ilaim Ihelr (Mgeroeaa to ahuttld-r I ho rnoakei under the lianner of tieneral Sweeny. The hloW thai la to he atru k on the weatern frentier la certainly near, and 1 ahould not be ?urprii-ed If it came somewhere near Wludrer. The Canadian and Amtrlcau authorities are on the al ? rt, the former with eight hundred won and a battory 01 irtlllery, and the latter with Ikreaastnpaniea of regu lara and the revenue ruth-re Johnston and Shermau whose *1* gun* are allotted. The arm* noised here on Sunday. I am Informed by the Aa*l<tout District Attorney, are |Hi.-diToly the private p-Ofx-rly of a man who la doing a legitimate trade. The Frnlana hero claim ell their anna and munition* were In their pttwu.udon et 111. The Fonl in aulburtlloe u ?--rt that Hweeny will not he ready to attack lu the etud till tin- e\|<editli>n is raw ly to str kr in the west. Tli ore u a full throe of Can-id tan volunteer* at Windsor, opposite (hi* city, under arm.-, expecting an attack e.-ery night. The crossing of the ferries la cl?#??-ly watched, and every at ranger a rutyected to close cnallny. The Detroit Boat Club, which w.i oat on th - river be furo dark, rowlug for exercise, wore hall- d, hut not hear ing the chal'eugu fr un lUu t'wia-huu authorities were Oral 01MB with 'h*ittei1 gnn*. The Detroit Fenian*, who a week ago worn alroug lu tholr allegiance to .Htephuua, liavo xudd.-nly changed, and are all crying -int nt Sw-ooy. They lv-11 a prlr it# and euihuMa-ll-- meeting le t nl/ht when Urge uutu here w-'ro eul ii.nl h.r jorvicc'in Canada, under tho lien ner of Hw ny ymic . mbet of Fon.ana stele Into Oan ule at harnta to-day. u-i ai-i upp->ild to be telegraph ami railroad d< "truptloi who will hum hr- lge- to prevent oooccn (rating tr ? ? h- weatera freutler. Siup -v -I and Jul'**! at Sarnie ya. tcrdaf. K-ory'ho- - *ei early attack from tome pednt near here. CANADA. l A Wt-ora In Toronto?flir ? Itttrua dollar! to \rnii?lamcii of tita Fcoloii I'rUon rri In thr Toronto Jmit. MPK'.IAt. rr.IT .HA* TO Tlta *?.* YtlKA IIIKI|.I>. Toiv'fT" r. W? Jthf ft Iftt A report wblcb ranched ktrr rhort!y after twHvd ?'ciuuk taat bight to tlie rtf.-dl lliut lt? l-'iirenc warn cmwlnj; in fitrcn al Ogdabrftraft (*a'iK- l tho grrtilart ?*? tjlonnl. Tht betla wara nun, tb" b"Kl0* aouudntl and tbu voluntenrs worn promptly An boor lair two lh" iaari'1 on ?"n andar arrnii, and tao battalion# loft for tttn ?am by ?jw'al train Thay war* nndtr romaul ?f 1 Ulr.nal William*, of lint Hop' Wild nimoni are afloat and Ilia r*e lament Inltnon Bnrlni-wi af arary (Itn^fipllon la atiniicinUil to da) Ilia f!a,-? are al half mant la born* of ilia d?*a<1 of lU- Q'nwu a Own Hi fire A full 7 rqulplM-d bait < ry of ail Arnretr.og guut haa Jo 11 loll for the frout. Tba feeling agalnat tba prtannera la really Interim and all are annoua to know what diajxiallloB will bo id?H of tb< 10 Tba followinf namad ron.aiia are now in Ibo Toronto jail Jaa Diamond, N Y , Jnu Smith, Naalivllta, Tenu , Patrick Conuara, N. Y.; Pair.ck Donaboa, lluftalo, William Hayden, l?ol?rlUa, Sr.; Jamre Mrl> moot It, buffalo, Haury Murvii, Buffalo; Daniel Fo!-y, " if. falo, Patrick MoPmlb, Brooklyn; Jamaa Ball, Fort Iria, Tlioa Pa via and I'airirk ONaill, Cinrlnnati Jaa. Kpaukllag, Saw York; Jobu Tlrrto, BuTaJ' John Hal lag bar, Ptiltllpaburg, S. J.; Mo-1.art II Mreonoa, firx-lrinatl; John lUgito, Oawtgo; I'airirk Norton Cin cinnati, Timothy Ha illy, M. Una, Mo., Tb-o. Cooaar, lluTalo; Ha* Jno. McMah.m, chaplain to ratuoa. of And- r? -o, M&dlaon county, Indiana. Total, twrniy <?o? It ia rallmatrd that apnarda of two bun-lred of tbore rngaf'-d at Port Oidborur art. now In ilia hand* of lUa Bnlltli aalfcorilN. Tba "Muren a Pan ' la.now re r??. to Toronto from Fort trie All (lain on I lie Ucatrra Frontier? fa nrral of tba ValaaMrri Killed at HM|? nay-lainiM ladl|aallnn Afalait tba F< nton Frlaoarrs. 4t? Are. Toaoaao, (' w Juna &, If A Rum?m of a moat alarming rbarerlar lrutu all u 'ar'tre praraoad bare ail during laat bight, but llrey are moatiy riftdal thia morning At <>od rich, Karma Cctllttigaond, Wlndw>? and atbar pfUmtpM nUaa ow lire Wamarn front** all waa quad at noon to-day. Tire okaaqulad of tba Cat.ad an aaianlaafi blllad ad Ure Inula of Kidgrway U taking plaoa bare to dor M?ai area b dwtirrrff aoap?ndad. Tba dtp ta draped to mourning Tba Faruaa prworreaa brought bare will probably ha triad by iwut martial without much dalay. fba faaimg agiun*t tb. m la moat I plana* Tho loaadlaa Idol Viva. nattrtatre. C W . J ure A?II MAM Two thooaand maa ara now rcino-tu rated along tba Itaa 'rf tba Datrotl and At Hair rlrara. and thaao lioaa ara atrnagly picketed Tba n*a a oootaalretare ?f truopa re alvret Praacou, Uret bamg 'onr. Wad lire raol poial 'if attack Taw treopa from tba waat bat a baaa aaat to thia ptdat. it iretng rarol for by tba regulare an I tanaiaore from Maotreai Tba waat -a quiet to day, all tba troupe ire.eg al tba (Nat Mr B.?.kar re hara, Ui ob>a>-t of donate* far bre pari m Ure l.uaaavma Ktdga ngt.t MOVEMENTS UI THE STATES. Itrdtr for tba Arraat of All Fawloma (tolllp, or lappaatd to Mr Malliy, of Vlalallag IMo Maolrolltp Lmaaa of tba I Nlltd ntataa. imitL rsnaobaa to tab ?iw roaa mttl. W?aoia..wre, Jaaa d, I red Tba fotlowiag mpoclaat circular la retairre !? ftareo Ittn and wu.rh a doaAoad u. l.ata a trry treor.ag up" a tba futara uprewtarea of tlret nady waa reauad to day by Attonrey ire?rer*l Apaol aod f o-aarvd i? tba Dretried Atbrewaya nf NortMra aod AauUrera Saw York, Mama V armor.i W*tf? Paoaayitaa a aad Ok Tba ardar trea nod aa yat ireaa gi?aa ? tba Direr- l Al lornay brf tba dialed, nattbar re * ?o?wa wiHUbaf Haarl OatfU Wtopbao*. who art!tad tor ta day, la to Ire laclvdad Among iba patorere tre ka a-raaaad TV# g-re am area I re daaarm read la aaa aarey arearre la auret.'y pnwrra tba aautrmdy lawa rf tba 1 Mod Hal ta tiauttAb to TAB Mmict in?llf|fl Atlltb ? ant of f"? miTtb draTta tmntr OHO. a 'irfwm, I Vrentifre. P ?., A.aa t I*Ad | Ky d rerttot af tba Prnatdaot yaa art tret by m-rrrered Urota* tba ft aad af ?M ptoona?-ad laol'f -re ao-nrew M iretreaa mitad fantoaa, wba yaa any ireta |* trebdt W?V re booata bar* aaaa ?a amy la g?>"y of " ,'alret re ibaamtratMy rewa rf lire I a red Ago JA K>t AT IIP Autury 'CM. Rtad ftaira Itapbama Im Wotblngtom. remu rmt-MAAti To raa ?ww mat intu. Arepbaaa Ma gruat Maod Ctadfi af Mi fanrea am. af ret?4 re-day at toaiva a'threk. owotdot fmaa b.U?mra kr b aamm trea af ure knubmbi ndk. arf aw tret * laaymvr MS, m tdfbal MM, wpaav piruw ba? MM prov.dod for bin. ThO Mfl at bla arrival ?oon spread over Hie city, tad during lb* ?IVmoon and waning b? boo bora tlsllad by a largo nutnbrr of ootbuaiaMie brethren, ami booa omipatled to undergo an itnnionaa aaioual of handshaking. Ttfc front parlor of tho botrl mat oat apart for Iho inception of bl* friends, and a c>u?U?? airanm baa baoo pouring In all tbo aveuing. Ho mu'raewe hiraoolf aa blgUly plraaod With tlx mat# of fO'llu.' among itia r- niana of Washington, that tlia diflh ulty mm! dlPlalona ainona the difWrrut fartiona which bar* ahowu Ihemwltaa In Sao York. I'bltailottohia and Haiti inorr are not to tie loicyd horo at all. Mr PV|il.taa aa pwia to remain m Washington till Moftday oral To ?no nif and nott day ha inlruda In devise evlualyoly to lu?? |?rr|'ilfllhHi uf? in tj# tiPnwrd (tliriHg l?MI Ntojr, ti;?! ?Imi tii pc?-|*r1tMr him nr tti? in* m BtrrlIng to bit hetd at tlio Maori,th htreat I'ara on Friday nasi ?It Hundred Mora K.wtwws l.aaa Praia Haataa. launa*, iaa* ft I km II h aailmaiMi that >u ba? . *? i- .ft p.. i.-4 fe/tetdw- kftari, .11 Utt t vo h-.t ra 'ork About Ibaao biiU'lrad hs'oaa we a aa It < .????>? l? l by the I, .well Railroad .?** aoHm.x> - Oatumti II F I'lnon. Ahoul an equal numbop t?A tha n* >?? P? >?"a4. Thoao warn a portim of Oaldust ??r?i'o- ? 1 < in tit. Tbry on ra under *?? tmMmrniid of Captata .1 a il f.irklu. Tha K.nloat* lie ItAliriiiH, Mil . Juiir* 6, IMW A iimetlng tf tho Plrnda of Irelund wa< haul hem laat ?caning, whl h wa< quite fully al'and d. fti?r a< ri for tin. Carwdian aiiowllllon waro oht* aid, ami tome monay autfrrltuxl It la understood that a do ttrhineul will im <ut from this city ami the lowua iu tkc Plr.nily Ftnlnna En Howl* ?? <tir Froaf. Won.'mTan, Wa?a . J'>ne 11, 1**1 Another company of Fenuwia, ai-iy atrung, will taava Mi. for Itir fiontiar In tho morn Ihiwioe, iunr J, lim fVm llvn lo seven t idred I ian? 11'ft for tha t'anm dlau TPunt-rr by Ihr Noithrrn iraiu lionight. krUara of Anna at Itlrhsllle. Wairaniwe, N Y.. Juno ft. Ian. Tin* Fabian train wwa coma up wtlh at lit balllr?lb# hr-t ilaltoii aoutb of Itakulh Junrlon?by a r..ui|*nv of I uiUt.l Mnl> ? trope, who look tlio arma, aioniunltioa and men In rtiar'e The FemuOe waro unloading tha urtu ' whan Ilia tioopa arrived, Intending to ron lharn a owa ilia country h iving received infilllaatlowok troop a nwiiillug thrin at llckalh. No ra? ?lama aaa mode. Mua morning a train tiring north ha? oil la.irtl a Com |wnv of Fanlaua and a detachment of Cnnrd i-tob-a rrgaianc Frnlaa Mrrllny wl h?nrh'?frr, ?. II. Mas liwrrsr, N if , Juft, I HI A laryo and rnthnaiaatlr. no li p <> ibo patnaaa waw bald liara thm avan ru' lirrmg ?Mn-iw ? ra mada by ?i til g.'nihro.n A bat alion ?il |>fid.ably bw organl/rd at nil a. fl.'.nai war r.bacrMiral uo tba lyot Fralta F.nitatialw.rn lit Clarlnaatlw I hrrr Tliuuoantt Frnlana (bmc iw tbt Irontlar. CYsn??u, Juna ft. Iktlfl A lari ?< and aolbumaaUa I'airtui maailng wao bold at II rart Mali la ' night 11.m- ?oaiaand dollara waro lubterlbad for Iba .MO"- 0 II war rtand at Urn maatl'f r*al tbraa tbouaaad y. ma I. left hu-l i.lalit lot tha IroMirr. Tti* Itlrhmonil F nlani. Hir'-u an. J na ft, IMt At a noatliig of Fan tana last Dtp hi rant itioa* wara aibiptnl oai.fi/ at piaaaurr al lha aailr |niod tiau ?f Htopbon*. and pb-ljinp tho Hroiliarhta d In Rlchrioiaid Iw auatain loin in hit oftaria tot rwlarr i.armmy and ordar. ft cotnrnliluo waa apt-diiiad to tnaka ariaagamanla far the' rara|ition i#f Mapbaaa. Ml in libit Fmlaai Walling OHtrt. Mas i" Joar 4. IMftL iHia hiindrr.l au I Ally Fauian* an* waiting marching Iirjom hero. High Kanian olflrlala -ay lhay wtM lasts for thr fmnr '<? m irrow r'ohuiot n Soill, flahliag lu< aaaita, wax fnrwirrty of Ibw Klavanth (I ft on) T?titiaa/as rauim nt llo afiorwatdw nutimtii.lrd ilia galtar.lard r'gunoni norultod fntoa omuag tbo Andrrwoovllla wad mlto ptMoaorw b'r tt I a n Is ttt at t. I.nt?*a. Pr. t/>v, Juno ft, Iwift, Tbara la rraal ainiamini ?m. ng iba Frnlaa* bar#. Tb. il. *ai a larga moat lug al Mo/art Itall bet night, at whlrh a riiinrniituo of thirty prutiiiaani etiii.no waa ap. |w.lnto*d lu ra o. fund* for war f.ur|r. ... Ttiora wa? a tram ndntia maw moattnr In Iho r ,?irt l('..i?a to n rtit Tha Iitmaat i nlhii- a rn ftravailod II la to'llay. >| tiial Ilia adorto n ?? fa la m |.|a will yraull in Iba union of lha (I Mahout nod K-. . r a rwrany wlnga If la a(|waf.x| I flit another larra dl-.'illmi ? ill Iaa to far lha .North to morrow, ami that Mi l.ouia will fura.ab lllftt Ihontalid ma it lo all. L'nltrtl ?talon Ttanp. Ra ft onto to Iba Krtintl*'. th wr a J n no ft I AAA A <..mpany r.f I'nltad Alalia lr-? fw from Kaatiort, Ma , |iaaoad through l.tro lo'lot f I ll.o i ai.sdian fron tier. I'otS nanarwtn, Jnnr ft, IMt T? i morarara !<wdr.t w ih I n ? i.ir. trrrqa. i.aa.wt up ? .lay on tb? lludaon Mlv r lUilr a I rn row ? for tbo ?flat of war FtKIANISM IN THIS CITY. K?labrr?ni?la for Iht lrl.lt *rmy ? Kl r Ivan llundrrd Mm I'M la Ika f>anl Yeelarday?Mrfraillng Unlaf a* l.ite ly?FIMam llaadrfd Karalltd al 1 an* many Hall, Ar. Th? riMl#r/i?iil >*?t today ??H Ik* fan it n mntaoiral r*ra.d*d la mtatMlly maiU.iiiy rf ihakuwl |ira* <? tiy ropertrd Tit* gm-a Cay li>mi*d fnrn Um front ?f lam many Hall, wliare IVdonal Juit K<Mjui, lata an,fc?f of IV>Dfr<a?, la n?lD| a lir iiak <if flta Iku nit I tHarms>. a bam be ai porta W. bo ?<? lira mite h an* by Katurday IKirtwy tba day tetutataa <???.? !? am aaaama b >?! is In Ml of tba iii^ dial, oaaMa MiMtaatab aiaa W? lb ball At ana lima U>a*e oaM not be. a baa ? loan tr.ma MM iboaaamt pan-ma aaawita aaaaMo la a Mala an aatraaro TVa hall teatdi aaa tterwlad lurrmy tba Asp, as l thrra aacrnanaa tan aa^tyad toting tba taaaaa of tbnaa aba ?a?r rliMt Tba gnu at *1 tapipntwl maul aaa Btmnifo*-d by maay ah.. auaatpiad Wu |at liarir aan>r< at. rotted. bal aaia raiorarl, aa II b 4o ar aWaad la ln*va*d teeon bat r?iaraaa at promwk Variaaa a. rata** .?? orr- ua*.| > ard>al pain ab. lad I d li.r gim -4 fori aaa la bar* oa.ait powder aa It* Wattle Itlf la hat# Ihoir bainee ?m?fed aa lb* pall at I ba Inat. anay miat Ibry bal yrari -ol drill fn m Iba.f roaib, aad ??r? a* fabI anbilrie aa ib-o-yk iwey l a-1 imas In U>r ?r| I others lawn al ta aa IM a aai pa aw aad titled Ihoy kaatr their dm' wm fa all at u.r... it. r*|.ly au made 11, at in a eltort llnaa (bay a'.uid k* Mkt'y u. b oaliad am if- bra a fall"* not torn v. a..|, mad ab*a ? ha* aaa Ita taw t# ra|l I ba had i? a faf.?Md Mb to ?> ad, aad boa my prortnoal* a aaddtrl f.floaa handled oomaa fa an rut:ad at fan.many Ha l duriaf tba dor -oil aba aaa anrr. 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