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1 THE EVENING EVEN EVEN1 NG + TIMES WASHINGTON MONDAY APRIL RIL 23 1900 5
LANSBURGH BRO BROWashin BROWashlnztonJ BROWasMntoni
Washin WashlnztonJ tons Favorite F itvorite Store StoreUpholstery StoreUpholstery
Upholstery Dept DeptBargains DeptBarga
Bargains BargainsSpecial Barga ns nsSpecial
Special offerings of desirable desirableseasonable desirableseasonable desirableseasonable
seasonable goods that will be of ofparticular ofp ofparticular
particular p rticular interest int rest to those rear rearranging rearran rearranging ¬
ranging ran ing their homes for the spring springand springand springand
and summer summerand and those contem contemplating contemplating contemplating ¬
plating furnishing cottages cottag for the thesummer t e esummer
summer will find it to their special specialinterest specialinterest
interest to inspect our stock tock before beforemaking before beforemaking
making their purchases We have havejust havejust havejust
just the things you need needRuffled needRuffledMusHn
Ruffled RuffledMusHn Muslin Curtains CurtainsThree CurtainsThree
Three yards long The Th 790 790ones gc gcones gc
ones go for 59cpair 59cpairRuffled 59c pair pairRufflcd pairRuffled
Ruffled Muslin Curtains CurtainsThree CurtainsThree CurtainsThree
Three yards long The
115 ones ga for 89c pair pairJuffled pairRufflcd pairRuffled
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Swiss Curtains CurtainsThree CurtainsThree CurtainsThree
Three yards long The
150 ones go for S 1 1 19 9 pair pairRuffled pairRuffled pairRuffled
Ruffled Bobinet Curtains CurtainsThree CurtainsThree CurtainsThree
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are areinade made tcr order by us Esti Estimates Estimates Estimates ¬
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An A n Instructive Report Issued by the theU theU he heU
U S Geological Survey SurveyIlcninrknlilo SureyUmnrknhI Surveyeninrknble
Ilcninrknlilo fl IlydrORrnpIilc and Top TopORrapliIo Toporaphlc Topugrapliio
ORrapliIo Condition of a Practica Practicable lrnctlcable Practicabie ¬
ble Route for a Large Snip Canal CnnalStiiily CnnnlShul CanalStud
Stiiily Stud of the Geoloio GeoIo of the Coun Country CountrlIou CouzitrlIoir ¬
try trlIou trlIoir lloir the InhnliltantM Live LiveArthur LheArthur LIcArthur
Arthur Powell Davis In his report to tothe tothe tohe
the t he United States States Geological Survey on onHydrography onHydrography onHydrography
Hydrography of Nicaragua which was wasrecently wasrecently wasecently
recently r Issued has the following to say sayregarding sayregarding sayegarding
regarding r The TheLake Lake Basin BasinThe ThlslnThe BasinThe
The peculiar interest attaching to Nic Nicaragua Nicaragua Nicragna ¬
aragua a from the American point of vIewIs views view viewis
is i s the promise held out by the remarkable remarkablehydrographlc remarkablehydrographic remarkableydrographic
hydrographic h and topographic conditions conditionsof
of o f a practicable route for a large chip hlp
canal These conditions consist of a large largedeep largedeep largedeep
deep lake 100 fret above sea level sepa separated separated separated ¬
rated from the Pacific Ocean by a narrow narrowstrip narrowstrip narrowstrip
strip of land containing the lowest depres depression depression depresaba ¬
sion in the continental divide between the theArctic theArctic theArctic
Arctic Ocean and the Straits of Magellan Magellanand Magellanand Iagellanand
and a large navigable stream carrying the tbosurplus thesurph1s thesurplts
surplus waters from the lake to the Car Caribbean Caribbcan Caribbean ¬
ibbean Sea This project is especially for fortunate fortunate fortunate ¬
tunate in having at its summit level a amagnificent amagnificent amagnificent
magnificent natural reservoir Lake Nica Nicaragua Nicaragua Nicaragua ¬
ragua f fed ed by an ample drainage basin basinThis basinThis basinThis
This reservoir rcset ir Is useful not only for stor storingwater storinswater storinvater ¬
ingwater for operating the locks of the thecanal thecRnaI thecanalS
canal canalS but bu butTso 1 iso 0 as a regulator for the con control control controi ¬
trol of fireat grei gre floods that could hardly be beprovided beprovided beprovided
provided for at practicable Jrnctlc1bIe cost without withoutIts withoutits withoutits
Its aid I Ne other other1roposed proposed route enjoys enjoysadvantages enjoysadvantages enjoysadvantagesof
advantagesof advantages Of r this kind kindA kindA kindA
A recent r can XtySy itHrof of o the geology of this thisregion thisregion thisregion
region by Dr G W Hayes of the Geolog Geological GeologIcaJ Geologieal ¬
ical SurvcyvJtas SurvCyJiasbrought brought to light many in interesting Intereltlng intoreting ¬
teresting facts which serve to explain explainthe explainthe explainthe
the origin of these peculiar conditions conditionsMr conditionsMr conditionsMr
Mr Davis continues continuesILake continuesLake continuesLake
Lake Nicaragua has an area of of 2975 2975square 29i5square 297 297square
square miles Its greate3t length is h from fromnorthnorthwest Cromnorthnorthwest from fromnorthnorthwest
northnorthwest to southsouthwest and andis andIs andis
is about 100 miles Its extreme width is isabout Isabout isabout
about 45 miles West of the centre Is an anisland nnIsland anisland
island occupied by the volcanoes Ometepe Ometepeand Ometepeand Ometepeand
and Madera which stand about 5000 feet feetabove feetnboe feetabove
above the lake level adding greatly to the thescenic thescenic thescenic
scenic beauty Madera Is the most south southern southern southera ¬
ern of a line of volcanoes volcanoesof of comparatively comparativelyrecent compnrativelyrecent comparativelyrecent
recent origin which extends In a north northwesterly northwesterl northwesterly ¬
westerly westerl direction neatly to the Gulf Gul of ofFonseca oCFonseca ofFonseca
Fonseca including Ometepe O etepe Zapatero ZapateroMombacho ZalY1teroMombacho ZaproteroMombacho
Mombacho Chiltepe Momotompo and andmany andmany andmany
many others othersThe othersThe othersThe
The prevailing easterly trade winds windscause windscause windscause
cause a moderately heavy surf to beat al almost nlmost nimost ¬
most constantly constanU on the western shore re resulting resulting rcsuiting ¬
sulting in the formation of a decided beach beachon beachon beachon
tormatlonboc
on that side while the th eastern shore is isflat Isflat isfiat
flat and muddy mud ly with no wellmarked wellmarkedbeach welImarkedbeach wellmarkedbeath
beach and aquatic vegetation there grows growsfar growsCar growsfar
far out into the water waterExcept waterFoeept waterExcept
Except in the southeastern portion the theSake thelake thelake
lake is deep reaching In one point near nearthe nearthe nearthe
the southern foot of Madera a depth of
200 feetLake feetLake feet feeLLake
Lake Managua lies to the northwest of ofLake ofLake ofLake
Lake Nicaragua and drains into the lat latter latter latter ¬
ter through the Tipitapa River Its area areaIs at1 at1Is ateais
Is about 500 square sQ are miles milesRegarding milesRegarding milesRegarding
Regarding the temperature and rela relative relative relatire ¬
tive humidity of Nicaragua Mr Ir Davis DavisBays Davissays Davissays
says that the climate may be regarded as asinsular asInsular asinsular
insular as it is remarkably remar ablY uniform It Itis ItIs Itis
is never very ery hot and hardly ever cool coolIn coolIn coolIn
In no part of the country Is there the thoslightest theslightest theslightest
slightest danger of frost The climate is issomewhat Issom issomewhat
somewhat som what cooler and more uniform on the theeast theeast theeast
east than on n tha th west coast but in gen general general genera ¬
eral era It may ma be said that the temperature temperatureseldom temperatureseldom temperatureseldom
seldom exceeds 90 degrees degreesirenheit ahrenheit renheit nor norfalls norCalls norfalls
falls below 70 degrees degreesSpeaking degrcesI degreespeak1ng
Speaking I > caklng of the thepopul1tion population of Nicaragua NicaraguaMr
Mr Davis says that it is isbetwcen between 300000 300000and 300000and 300000and
and 400000 only about eight to the square squaremile squaremUe squaremile
mile To each 100 Inhabitants there are
50 Indians 1 negro 45 mixed mixedblood blood and
4 4 whites They are sharply divided Into Intoclasses Intoclasses intoclasses
classes the oaballeros or gentlemen and
the peons or laborers who can be dis ¬
tinguished by their costume as far as they
can be seen seenThis seenThis seenThis
This classification clasI classIficaton Ifica on1s Is punctiliously ob ¬
served on all occasions and Is IsparUcuIar particular ¬
ly noticeable on railroad ralIro d trains and steam ¬
boats The upper classes dress very much muchas muchas
as we do In summer that season being
perpetual In Nicaragua Among the low lower Jower lower ¬
er classes the mens costume usually con consists consists consists ¬
sists of a straw bat and a short cotton cottonskirt cottonskirt cottonskirt
skirt and trousers of darker material No NoFool NoJDn NoFoolwh
JDn JDnJODI
Fool Foolwh with a aUs Fan Fanns
f Ita a useless exertion Theres Th Tboroamore 1OS 1OSmore
L more concentrated coolness and andrefreshing andretr3sblng andrerrosbing
refreshing comfort In one glass of ofHIRES ofHIRES ofHIRES
HIRES HIRESlor
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shoes are worn but sometimes a pair of oflight oftight oflight
light sandals a skirt being substituted for forthe forthe forthe
the trousers and the arms and the upper upperpart upperpart upperpart
part of the bust being entirely bare bareArticle bareArticle bareArticle
Article 6 of the Constitution of Nicar Nicaragua Nlcarn Nicaragua ¬
agua n ua declares that the religion of the therepublic therepublic therepublic
republic is the Roman Catholic Apostolic ApostolicPractically ApostollcPracUcaUy ApostoflcPractically
Practically all the inhabitant InhabltantsCl of ihcEoun ihcEountry Xheduntry thc un untry
try profess that faith and this has been beenthe beenthe beenthe
the case for nearly four centuries Mar Marriage Marriage Marrlage ¬
riage is the exception rather than the rule ruleThe ruleThe ruleThe
The country people and the poor of the thecities thecities thecities
cities live in thatched huts with walls wallsrudely walIarudely wallsrudely
rudely constructed o ot upright poles or no nowalls nownlls nowalls
walls at all The better buildings in the thecities thecities thecities
cities are of stone brick or adobe stuc stuccoed stuocoed stuccoed ¬
coed with cement and covered wlfh tiles tilesThey tilesThey tilesThey
They are cool and comfortable and almost almostfireproof almostfireproof almostfireproof
fireproof but sadly lacking in light The ThePresidents ThePresldents ThePresidents
Presidents palace in Managua lanag a has glass glasswindows glasswindows glasswindows
windows and a few Americans in San Juan Juandel Jumdel Juandel
del Nort jijoy the same luxury But in inLeon InLeon inLeon
Leon Grenada Rivas or any other city cityof cityof cityof
of Nicaragua there is hardly a pane of ofglass ofglass ofglass
glass By far the finest buildings are the tbechurches thechurches thechurches
churches and nd the cathedrals The side sidewalks sidewalks sidewalks ¬
walks are often only three or four feet feetwide feelwide feetwide
wide and change their grade with nearly nearlyevery nearJyevery nearlyevery
every house they pass so it is necessary necessaryto
to climb tip or down several steps every everyflfty everyfifty everyfifty
fifty feet or so The streets are narrow narrowand narrowand narrowand
and usually unpaved But most of the
towns are built on sandy or rocky ground groundso
so o that mud Is not n t much encountered encounteredThe encounteredThe encounteredThe
The Government o at Nicaragua Is nomi nominally nomlnaUy nomiashy ¬
ashy a republic patterned after that of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the United States but in reality it is a amilitary amlUtary amilitary
military despotism ruled arbitrarily by the thePresident thePresident thePresident
President and the army under his coin coini cowmand command
i mand Insurrections are frequent lrequentand lrequentandgreaUy and andgreatly amidgreatly
greatly disturb the business Interest and andprosperity ADdprosperity andprosperity
prosperity of o the State which Is being beingsteadily beingsteadily beThgsteadily
steadily impoverished under these influ influences Infiuences influences ¬
ences
SOCIAL AND PERSONAL PERSONALMr
Mr and Mrs Irs John Addison Porter will willgive wUlgive willgive
give up their Washington residence next nextmonth nextmonth nextmonth
month and after a spring visit to New NewYork Ne NeYork
York go to their home at Pomfret Conn ConnEaster onn onnEaster onnEaster
Easter Sunday according to the Greek GreekCalendar GreekCalendar GreekCalendar
Calendar was observed at the Russian Em Embassy Embassy Embossy ¬
bassy yesterday as a festival In the even evenI evenIng evening
I ing Count Cassinl I the Russian Ambassador Amba Ambassa Ambaseador aa aadol ¬
dor gave a dinner in honor of M I Van VanDyck VanDyck VanDyck
Dyck the opera singer The other guests guestsincluded guestsIncluded guestsincluded
included the French Ambassador Ambassador1 M Jules JulesCambon JulesCambon JulezCambon
Cambon the Netherlands Minister Baron BaronGevers Baro1Geverr BaronGevers
Gevers Barno Schllppenbach the Russian RussianConsul RussianConsul RussianConsul
Consul at Chicago and the members of the theEmbassy theEmbassT theEmbassy
Embassy staff staffAt statAt staffAt
At the cotillion cotllIionto to 0 be given by Miss MissPaulding MissPaulding lIsa lIsaPauJdlng
Paulding at Corcoran aougfl hou Thursday Thursdayevening Tbursdl Tbursdlevening Thursdayevening
evening the dance will b be lejdbj leIbj Iejl hy the boa hostess h05tess boatess ¬
tess and Mr Richard RichardMerrlck Merrick Several so society sodety society ¬
ciety beaus and belles will entertain the theguests theguests theguests
guests with a cake walk walkThe walkThe walkThe
The Belgian Minister and Countess de deLichtervelde deLlchterveIde deLichtervelde
Lichtervelde entertained the opera singer singerM
M 3 f Van an Dyke at luncheon yesterday ye crday The Thesinger Thesingcr Thesinger
singer comes from Antwerp Belgium and andis andIs andis
is a a descendant of the worldfamous worldfamouspainter worJdfamoU3painter worldfainouapainter
painter of that name Invited to meet him himwere himwere himwere
were Mr and Mrs Irs de Wollant Mr Ir and andMrs andMrs andfrs
Mrs frs D J Hill Mrs Irs J 1 Dorman Steele the theHon theHon thelion
Hon Sybil Pauncefote and Miss Tucker Tuckermann Tuckermann Tuckermann
mann mannThe mannThe mannThe
The IjrenJi Frenh Ambassador entertained entertainedguests entertainedIUcsls entertainedguests
guests at at a breakfast yesterday morning morningThe morningThs morningThe
The sunreme social event of the week weekwill weekwl11 weekwill
will be the dinner and dance for young youngpeople yountpeople youngpeople
people to be 1e given by Mrs rrs Westinghouse Westinghousethis
this evening eveningThe ennlngThe eveningThe
The Lalies Li les of Charity of St St Patricks PatricksChurch PatrIcksChurch PatricksChurch
Church have taken a roam at the Hc HclIe e for forthe torthe forthe
the Blind which they theywlU will fit fltup up and main maintain maintain maintam ¬
tain tam
The fifth in the course of lectures being beinggiven beinggiven beinggiven
given before the Notre otre Dame D me Alumnae at atthe atthe atthe
the ConvantHall Conv nlHalI North Capitol and Myrtle MyrtleStreets MyrtIeStreets MyrtleStreets
Streets will be delivered this evening at
8 oclock by the Rev John Brosnan BrosnanS
S J of Georgetown College The sub subject subJect subject ¬
ject Is The Footprints of Nature ature The Thespeaker TJiespeaker Thespealer
speaker will be l introduced by the spiritual spiritualdirector spiritualdIrector spiritualdirector
director of the Alumnae the Rev Father FatherDevitt FatherDevitt FatherDevitt
Devitt S J 1 of Georgetown Georgetowneonege College These Theselectures Theselectures Theselectures
lectures are crowing In popularity among amongthe amongthe amongthe
the friends of the Notre Dame Dam Alumnae Alumnaeand Alumnaeand lumnaeand
and are very ver interesting and instructive instructiveThe instructiveThe InstructiveThe
The CaoUol Hill Euchre Club was en entertained entertained entertained ¬
tertained by Miss Lydia ydla Rothwell at her herresidence herresidence herresidence
residence 620 Seventh Street northeast northeaston northeastonlast on onlast
last Friday evening Miss Maude Wagner Wagnerand WAgnerand Wagnerand
and Mr WilllanivRothweH Wllllam oth1eU won first prizes prizesWagner prizesand prizesand
and Miss Lydia HOthwell and Mr Harry Harryagner
Wagner agner second prizes Thosa present were wereMiss wueMiss wereMiss
Miss Sadie Rawley Miss Mls Lydia Rothwell RothweIlMiss RothwellMiss I IMies
Miss Maude Wagner Miss 1 > w May 1 > la1 Hersey
Miss Lillian Frech Miss Daisy Rothwell RothwellMiss RothwellAliss RothwellMiss
Miss Ella Ell Wagner Miss I1ss Genevieve Mat Matthews Matthews Matthews ¬
thews Miss ILss Lillian Wagner and Messrs MessrsCarr MessrgCarr lesrsCarrMunsey
Carr CarrMunsey Munsey Wagner Rothwell Hands HandsButler HandsButler HandaButler
Butler Herrell and Pigott Miss Lillian
Wagner will III entertain the club on the theevening thoevening theevening
evening of ofllay May 4 4The 4The 4The
The musIcale given by the Legion of
Loyal Women at the residence of Hon
James Tanner 601 M Street northwest rthwest on
Thursday evening the 19th instant udcf udcfthe dcr dcrthe < cr crthe
the management of Mrs rs wiorence1 Dono Donohue Donohue Donehue
hue was a success < IB every particular Tho Thospacious ThospacIous Thespacious
spacious parlors elaborately eJab rately decorated de ornted and andornamented andornamented andornamented
ornamented were werearowded crowded and Mrs Tan Tanner Tanner Tanncr
ner th the hostess was untiring In Tier er efforts erforu erforts ¬
forts far C1 the the mfort and pleasure of the thaguests thegucsuTh tb tbguests
guests gucsuTh Th audience was w as enjoyably en entertained entertained entertained ¬
tertained T y Mrs Kittle ThompsonBerrr ThompsonBerrrMr
Mr J 1 Bartbtf Miller Mr r Arthur E EYUD EYUJn
YUD YUJn V Mfss Us Bertha Frances Wolfe and andjiistcr andMoister andster
Moister ster Xorman NOl1ll n Daly
j
SGANT NEWS Ifii FROM BOMB BOMBQueer HOMEQueer
Queer English Colon COlony That Thrives Thriveson
on an Island in the Pacific PacificFor PacificFor IaciflcFor
For the First Time In T 1wo vo Yearn YearnTlioy Year1hey YearsThey
They Are About to Hear From the theOutKldc theOuhlhJc theOutside
Outside World orld An Expedition ExpeditionStart ExpeditionSfarb ExpeditionStarts
Start for the Little Community CommunityIVItb CommunU CommunUVlth CommunityvI
IVItb Vlth vI UI Necessaries and Luxuries LuxurleJlNEW LuxuriesNEW LuxuriesNEW
NEW YORK April 23 23For For the first firsttilre fir3ttite firsttiiTe
tilre in two years th the little English coo coony coony coony
ny oa the Island 6F 6f f Tristan dAcunha d Is Isto Isto isto
to receive news of the theoutslde outside world worldThe worldThe worldThe
The Penguin a shipbelonging shfpb longing to Messrs MessrsDawson Messr3Dawson MessrsDawson
Dawson Co London recently took oit oita oota ota
a trading expedition to to the neighboring neighboringIslands nelgbborlngislands neighboringislands
Islands and will make1 ake ake1 a call at Tristan Tristanwith Tristanwith Tristanwith
with malls parcels ami n ua such articles artlc es of
TilE XE1V SE EW HANDKERCHIEF JLSDI ERCJlJE 1 AUASOL CARtSOLs4iI > > AUASOLSome AUSOLstci
Some stci s4iI of the most elegant parasols of the season are made from rich peau de sole handkerchief handker le squares These are laid laidover Ial1over laidover
over squar frames with the regulation eight ribs every other lher one of which is short thus thU forming the required shape The Theborders Theborders Theborders
borders or of these t1e e handkerchiefs are in rich Parisian designs and the edges are fringed put
luxury as charitable people felt f lt inclined to tosend ton toThe tosend
send sendThe sendThe n
The Island used to be reguarly visited visitedby visitedbT visitedby
by Her Majestys ships of war But its itsposition Itsposltlonbet itspositionbetween
position posltlonbet positionbetween between en Africa tea and and1outh South Amer America AmerI Amerlea ¬
I lea lcafortyfie fortyfive daysts dayjj laystv2from S 1E am from t m England Englandmade Englandmade
made the journey journeYfhv iyery vvery ryexponsle expensive one oneespecl3IlYf1 oneespecIaliy
especially especl3IlYf1 now n01 steam alone is used on oncruisers oncruisers oncruisers
cruisers Sailing vessels sSe too once made madeit madeIt madeit
it a place plt of call but 1i hiI the increase of ofsteamships ofsteamships
steamships has robbed rob ed lhe he island of this thismeans thismeans
means of communication So it comes comesabout comesab comesaboui
about ab Ji that only by1 bya a chance commercial commercialwJnturc commercialvOnture
vonture shall we w beablc b abl ablh to obtain tidings tidingsof
of the little community communitySmall communitySmall
I Small n 1 a tbe population poPulaU o is It has been beensteadily beennteadlly beensteadily
steadily growing In 1817 when the Brit British BrltiSh Britmali ¬
ish garrison was withdrawn Corporal Corporallass CorporalmaS CorporalClass
Class > lass his wife and family and two other othermen othermen othermen
men ifere tre re the only inhabitants left tc tchlad tehl1d tohiad
hlad In 1S2C thercL ther were seven se en men and andtwo andtwo andtwo
two women Recruited from various ship shipwrecks shlVwrCiks shipwrecks ¬
wrecks these had increased In 1873 to toeightyfour toeightyfour toeightyfour
eightyfour but dwindled to sixtyfour In
1836 ot 0 whom the females considerably ex exceeded elceeded etceeded ¬
ceeded tbe males malesOne malesOne
One of the things most needed need by the tho > In Inhabitants inhnbltants inhabitants ¬
habitants Is lat at poison The ordinary Eng English English EngItoh ¬
lish rodent was acclimated there arly rIY in inthe 1nthe inthe
the century probably by following his hisusual hisusual hisusual
usual practice of deserting a sinking ship
Since then the tribe has thriven tc such suchan suchan suchan
an extent that thattbe the cats also English EngUshIn EngUshInstead In Instead instead ¬
stead of o keeping down the rats exist only onlyon onJyOIl onlyon
on sufferance from the vermin verminAmong verminAmong verminAmong
Among the cargo of the Penguin will be befour betour befour
four or five male pussies and it Is hoped hopedthat hopedthat hopedthat
that the feline species may be improved improvedThere ImprovedTherenre
There Therenre are plenty of cattle on the island islandand Islandand islandand
and ii i the mild climate grapes apples and andplums andplums I
plums are grown But the inhabitants inhabitantshave inhabitantshave I Ihae
have no means of making woven clothing clothingand cJothl cJothland clothingand
and among their greatest needs are looms loomsand Joomsand loomsand
and sewing machines Everything is isshared isshared isshared
shared out proportionately among the dif different different ditferent ¬
ferent families of wjjlch wdch there ther are sixteen sixteenand sixteenand sixteenand
and the people do not care to take any anything anything anything ¬
thing that cannot be so divided dividedOther dividedOther dividedOther
Other things of which they stand in iced icedare leedare ieedare
are flour chocolate ch COJate tea biscuit sugar sugarflannel sugarflannel sugarflannel
flannel and serge gunpowder nails stone stonefurniture stonefurniture stonefurniture
furniture and grindstones The Penguin Penguinwill PenguinwlU Penguinwill
will bring news if old Peter Green the so socalled socalled socalled
called governor of th island is still alive aliveMost alIvefost aliveMost
Most fost of the inhabitants are descended descendedfrom descendedfrom descendedfrom
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peach grower Cotdiff left his wife to tomake tomake tomake
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daughter The chiii chl l disappeared and Cor Cordiff CordIf Corduff ¬
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been a jungle and the perfect man Adam I
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serving s lng it The folly of the church has hasbeen hasbeea I
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are divine judgments arbitrarily inflicted inflictedAs InfiictedAs inflictedAs
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whose wife was very ery pious and always re referred referred referred ¬
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