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Save the pee peepul pul was the minority cry in 1Dthe the Benai Benaijesteruay 8eUtetteNal stauuyesteruay
jesteruay niieruoon as Uie apl appropriation bUt wits di dicussed cUi cUiUIIIed dlcussed
cussed cussedv
v ut > itu Ute Now 1 can go before II fore the people JMtp siie M MUAO sine Ui Uimost UWASL
most UAO l vicivus VICW awu persisuuit attack a atta launvueu at a 0111 tu tagewuuu tuseaaion 111 111Medl
seaaion Medl Ull WMS nurieu Ih i Mouse Bin 11 ltu io Dab providing w totoe wtne ur urh
h toe expenses ui ue > joue le jhwernjoaiit jhwernjoaiitit
it availed nothing auttl1 material Uvuu sanity 1 prevailed and Ui tlabuy Uibill t e ebu
bill buy as far as eunsiuered up to tile lime of adjourameu adjourameuwus a urnmel1t urnmel1tUI
wus UI Jell practically as it had tome flOW the House liOU e suv suvthat luve luvethat swthat
that several increases were made and but one decrease decreaseOverflowing decrewreUvelt1owwg decreaseOverflowing
Overflowing with pity bur the peepul as he ha habeen hud hudbeeu habeen
been a symputuetic syw utueuc to gw gutmer uer fur Mr iMugier Senator liar Ilturis 11UJris liarri
ris ri Mr liumurell ixi toe chair entreated eutre teo and imploieand implore iwv1oleuand
and beseeched the Seuate tku r uare e to remember the taxpayer taxpayerAt
At times ttW he was W at some somewhat what emphatic and ud positive i ihis IU IUhia ihis
his appeal ap e l but perhaps the Senate niite did not uuderstan uuderstanthat Ullder t8Jlu t8Jluthat <
that mere was ber1UU ben out uauger to the Senate in his pit pittests 110le8t prtteats
tests because bec u e it remised to indorse e him in each an anevery a1Jld a1JldvelY uuevery <
every amendmentAiding amendment amendmentAiding umendmentAJd
Aiding AJd DIUlu auu abetting Air 11 Harr Harris in his supplication fo fothe fur furthe futhe
the people were Senators broome Humphries VYilli VYilliauc Williauuc
uuc Johnson JOhl1 Ol1 but in spite of this galaxy the majority a ajtcared ap apJ ascared
scared J Cared quite mdittereut to the public feeling of whidMr which whichMr whielMr
Mr Harris li warned the Senate SenateAfter senateAf ate ateAf
After Af er defeat had been handed out to the Senator from fronthe fromthe Ironthe
the Twenty Twentyfourth fourth several He era I times and the redoubtableWi11ie redoubtable redoubtableWillis redoubtableVilli
Willis they appeared to be the only ones of the allieeiwho alliei allieiwho allieawho
who were not disheartened by failure Mr Harris hauleidown hauleudown hauled hauleddown
down his hi flag and retreated to t his hi position an President PresidentThe
The fight was over as a far as he was concerned and i iwas it itw iwu
was w left to Senators Broome and Willis to keep the ma majority majority majority
jority from capturing 8ptur the treasury treasuryAfter treuuryAfter treasuryAfter
After adjournment Senator Willis was w still till seated ai aihis aihis at athia
his desk teUiD telling how hewould he would take the Journal and show shouthe showthe shornthe
the good people peop of Levy county count the record of the event eventful4ay eventful eventeMtll
ful4ay ful4aySenator ful dq dqe
Senator e W Williscarried Will esried rW off lore o only ly trophy of the bat bate t ttft
xbe1 xbe1x xbe1with >
f m > M JT T T 1 < vw T T
tft to m S aldendmetif tod with wi this t ie tittle vie vietory vietoty viertort
tory ti8 the bfUcutters bI ntterI were weNfbUaat jrblaato fvliilant fvliilantGood i io
Good o d fortune was not theirs the to keep keepSenator keepsenator DeePSenator
Senator Crane offered O < < ered an amendment to the next job joboji jobo jobthe
oji o the list clerk in the executive office om making the sal salary Balary ¬
ary f900 900 a year yearThe yearThe yearThe
The salary now is i sufficient said Mr Harris IlarrisHow HarrisFlow BarrilHow
How well do 1 remember Governor Bloxham who had hadbut hadbut hadbut
but one clerk and one stenographer stenographerThere
There are four clerks in the Governors office now nowcontinued nowcontinued nowcontinued
continued Mr Harris as he dwelt reminiscently remini cently on the theglories theglOlie theglories
glories of the departed days of Bloxhaw and Mitchell Mitchellwhen Mitchellwhen Mitchellwhen
when the people knew not of the amount of executive executivebusiness executivebuaine8 executivebusiness
business that would demand so many clerks and stenog stenographers stenographers Itenotraphen ¬
raphers raphersSenator raphenualor raphersSeautor
Senator ualor Crane ventured to rewind Mr Harris that the theState thestate theSt
State St Lte had not > stood > still U and d that the work had increased ilwrelseedSixty increasedSixty wcreaoothxly
Sixty dollars a mouth is enough for a stenographer stenographersaid r raid
said Mr r Humphries who also said many m a iy more things to tothe tothe tothe
the effect that the salary lar should not be raisedHearty raised raisedHearty railledHeuty
Hearty approval of his objection was voiced by Mr MrHarris MIBarril MrHarris
Harris who cried They lbelF jet enough now 1 wont wontvote wootvute wontvote
vote fur soother dolbuHeather doUar doUarJfeitner doIluleitllel
Heather did ne ae and 4 twelve t voted with him tot t as asthe uthe asthe
the other side wrsseviesn were we seventeen strong U Pj his opposition optMaDOt lass jrasnot lassout
not noticed noticedThe irotioedThe 8IO CI
The 1 vote oa this smondmsat was wasYeas wasYeassenators
Yeas Yeassenators Senators Adams Ad Alford Cone Cottrell Crane CraneDavis CraoeYia CraneDavis
Davis Yia Uirardeau Hudson Jackson Leggett Massey MasseyNeel MaueyNeeJ MasseyNeel
Neel Trammell Withers West lit West tth 4th Zim ZimIT ZimIT
IT ITNaysMr ITNayMr 17NayMr
NayMr President Senators ton Baker Bak l Beard Buckman Buck Buckman Buckmall
man Broone O Canera OaD aoova WI Crews Henderson Hea8 t1 HumphriesJohnson Humphries HumphriesJohnson UpbrietJoIaIIfIu
Johnson McCreaiy Sans I i Wl Willis WillwJa WillwJafte his la laThe I IThe
The figure named In the House Jf Bill as a ooattefent ooattefentfund
fund for the < lovesor iore orfOUUU taOOU a year eaI an Increase Iac1 r 11 of oftf000 of1040dId 010Q04id
tf000 0Q04id did not aetit suit Mr Harris end aD he pffered en sssend aMleandmeat sssendmeat
meat to keep It at the present ptreeseatma figure figureThe
The amendment IV s t wes defeated Dl by a vote of 01to els eleven ss yeas yeasto
to eighteen elgbteanays nays bat not Before the President at 1 of the dieate ism ismate ileaate
ate and his cohorts orta fought there and back k and then tIaaud some someand domeand
and called up the good ood old days cIa of Governors Btaxharn Btaxharnand a aaad Blexhauand
and lOtehell lOtehellThis I lUtebellThis t tTh1a
This coutlu contingent ent fund is an extravagant expense ex dedared de declared eMc1arecJ ¬
dared Senator Harris MJria who then reverted to continf coatitfudl ant antfunds at atfunds
funds of the past as far back as the administrstioa of ofGovernor ofOoteraOr ofGovernor
Governor Mitchell Mi ttbell to support his claim that tb t they tile were werenow w wDOW wenflow
now too large largeTh IarpTIle lameThe
Th Governor now has a salary Ian of 98000 sad act the theproposition u upropoaltiou tbsproposition
proposition is i to give Ii him a coetingest fund of ofNkiDI f40fl0 f40fl0making SOSl SOSlmaking
making it IHooo 11000 in all for which we nave no sccoejntiaf seceeglstLqssserted sccoejntiafasserted aeeeutial1fT
asserted 1fT rrted Mr Harris HarrisThis Rarr RarrftU HllrrlsThis
This Th brought s call down in no unesrtst UD llta terms t tIMDator from fromSenator
Senator Massey MasseyThe 111ft MasseyTbs
The ft Senator utor is saying illl what kat be must mw GIlt not have 1 Ipteiesa Ipteiesate tsde4to It IttAt
te say when he stated that t t the Cover OoaJJT Oov esMr veld wo M Itar buss busssalary tete a aMlsry
salary ar of 111000 11 000 declared dedar Mr Masse IkJ If who followed tIP ppthis tIPtt1a p pthis
this assertion with vigorous of orous protest that a ststesoeat ststesoeatshould stateanestshould t tuu
should uu have been wade in soy aD way trading to reset reieeton aet
Chief Bxcrutive l atlve atlvehJ
on 11 the character of the
hJ 1 am tired of this saying what Governor Mitchell aDd
J Jh
Wr Long two and andlioMrnor if If cent fill W luxe av bumped U Uoumpt tJuvernor
h oumpt oumpteu npI npICC
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lioMrnor Bloxham did didMassey eu 11 years ago 10 continued Miwith Mi Mrwith MMassey
Massey We are deal dealand with the conditions of to tods todsMassey toda1 toda1Mnll81 da daand
and not of the past pastFor pastFor
For some mini miniwords Massey talked and nd his kee keee teeDe teeDMr keewords
words carried carriedDisclaimer e eDiscialnner
Disclaimer was wasanything wean y v Mr Harris H that there therereflect wi wireflect weanything
anything in his histhat o reflect on the Governor an anthe and andthe authat
that he did not notuse the Governor made impropcbut improper improperbut
use of the eonf eonff6000 con but repeated his saying ylng the thicontingent that thateontinpnt
f6000 wes tooThe too contingent fund fundmade fUDdmade fundThe
The statement statementpay made that the Governor wi wiitingent WU WUtinpnt wepay
pay ing a clerk clerksaid itingent fund Mr Hnmphric Hnmphricclerk Humphrlelderk
said If he hehere aesdi clerk why does he not comi com comenot coinhere
here and ask us tar taring r not i < > t attempt deception by as asit alt altI sallug
lug increase of the theIB it I fund The present amoun amounik amount amountk
is IB sufficient and t tunder ik k the money should be givetinder give giveor
under false falseIt
It is s little littleture or a few men in this Legists Legistsi
ture to cast castExecutive i st t the integrity of our Chi Chiue Chief Chiefne ChienExecutive
Executive ei eineed A < > ue who then spoke for thneed th thsufficient the thesutftclent
need of a conl conlSenator con sufficient amount amountie aIDCNatThe anuoaatSenator
Senator Job Johlto The ie Legislate has nothin nothinior Dothiqor
to do with what whatfund ior or does doelwttJa with the contiajra contiajraas
fund It is isMr do as 8 be sees fitn fitnit At Att AtMt
Mr Johnson it t there a N should 01114 be A At ASenator DO DOof
of 0 tJMt tJMtthe tb
t j
Senator Se actor Mu Hudeeit Hudeeitone the contingent co t fund taaprlation we wepriations weone
one of the most mostit n priations to be made madeul a aul ait
it was expended fef fefto f ul purposes p1l particular particularte
to the law and o oSenator te teamendment teSfanRtor teSenator
Senator Crane Craneother i amendment providing si another siGovernor aDother
other stenographer tenographerOogernor Governor but this was df hfeated dffeu defeated
feu feated ted by a tie vote after nfeeh debate in which Senate SenatorHarris SenataHarris SenateHarris
Harris led ledNo ledNo ledNo
No change > was suggested iI in the appropriation fo fothe for forthe tothe
the office oftlc of the > f9ecretar Secretary 8e < re aJ1 of State but when the list fo fothe for fortilt tothe
the omptrollers is office oMcellt > ITfti q read war r broke out witlrenewed with withrtruwpd withrencarPd
renewed force for and several apvere ral corns celPmns mnl of space would be re rejuired recuiwd reguirPd
< juired to record all that was waaaaid amid in the interest of refornant reforu reforuand relormand
and of course Our8 the people peopleSenator peopleHtonator peopleKenator
Senator Norris wanted cut off two clerks in th thTax the theTax thiTax <
Tax Redemption Department declaring that there wentoo were weretoo weretoo
too many clerks employed employedI elll pJoyed pJoyedI
I telf tell you Heritors HfnH ton hbsid be h said there is i a day of reckoning reckon reckoning reckoning
ing coming but the Senate refused ftfu ed to be frightened am amdefeated and anddet anidefeated
det defeated ated the iunendment 4nwndneeatFlenator iunendmentSenator alllendmeatHen
Senator Hen utor Adams Ad m defended defeo tbe heads of State depart departutents departuteot departnenta
utents saying that they new how many elu clerks Jprk rks were wenseeded wereBeetled wereseeded
seeded to carry 8Ir on the WOSJL w and he did not believe lpIi > ve and andIve anjexeetttive ODYe
e exeetttive dlttve Ive efikial lal would employ Io lob mere assistance tliarwas than tbanW thanwas
W was needed aeedediSenator neededSenator AA AA8eutor r
Senator Cone spoke of tiradditional Itional work in the t b offlctof officer ofttceof
of f the Comptroller on scoopef I rDe a new system Item in handling handlingtax
tax certiflcaten caused sfx law of recent years v ar and andSenator nndStanator andlenatur
Senator Crill rill offered a tbojrewfh t tb explanation of the work won wonr wortf
0 > f the Tax Redemption Redemptionmore it t and nd stated that nc ncin nomore ncstore
more clerks were wt > re emp empthe in a necessary D < < IIIIftry to curr carry > OL OLOpinion unthe onthe
the work He was also alsoras Ito Opinion that more hell hellwas hetjIt belpwu
was needed sed in the Pen PeiThen at atTIleD atThen It4isettssion
Then occurred a p ptor I 4isettssion erion Ioa forced by Sena SenaBroome feriaor Ila Ilator
tor Harris in which whichittei Broome Dl + eppp and Humphries HumphriesHtffct IJumphrlelaet
aet acted with him relativerfRre relative Htffct tothe tM Comptrollerexcept Comptroller CO Cowptrollerepees lIJtrolln1 lIJtrolln1qllee
pees holding lao two poi posfKothisc po poNotW poiNotbiet
NotW Kothisc In I partk partkiiJfofpat JNlrtic418t except that severs seversexploited several severalliIbwivttttt
iiJfofpat wends ads of ore orelarrls ora1Ia 1 exploited and Senator SenatorIves senatorfarttra
1Ia larrls made his Jal decls declsul dt declai > el elI
ul I 4o my own ow thin thinThis tbinft thinThis
This ft was not dispu dispuIf dlapoultI
ultI If niuetjelne IDe other otherwould bad tativee Ives were against me mehe mtI mewould >
I would fate as I th thTalk he said saidTalk ssidmy IIldTalk
Talk to s see e about any anyte my es thinking tlataldn for me methinking melie mes
lie te solemnly slew ty exclaimed exclaimedwsin own thinking ss my myt mybraiD myurain
braiD permits Iu and then thenAfter theaAfter thenAfter
After a few more ore a ateen am > t flsrtdown eltlat down the bill had hadI hadted hadlees
teen elefssted ted Mr Bar Barho aM I as the result of thisW this thisof thltlM
tlM ho > > fht he decided to totipt of the chair ask askeel ukIU askIt
IU It tipt tip t no more moreAs roll a f eel ee amendments data and andt andbat ad adtMt
tMt bat i1 As hUl 11 I be pushed pushedadjourned purbedno uded udedadJouruecJ w
no adjourned adjournedyou adJouruecJOB at t pending peadlurtdM
you youyesterday OB OBtile
tile M m r yesterday sjBJsd j i is a i PSSIsrisI trrrtsi to CoofMSS CoofMSSs Oeo OeolIi
s assign pptiiiuittarv lIi IW rr rule u el IW Oelneselietehee ll4u rMt rMtaad livead live Elvwad
aad ad Le late I > ke e Okeechi Obekhotwt M for t He yerpoes of oIrtaJal ascertaining the theost theod t tfOIIt
ost of s Banal I srroM ac r t be > feeJs t to he b pM nsei j for eammetvisl eammetvislurpoMS coenneeevialurpeaes I Ipu
pu urpoMS and to fa fllliI farltI4llb < ilM te Its trsnepertaMoo of the theJnited tMVatted theJniteed
Jnited States tt mail
Tire House yesterday 1M placed the fiat of ofM its dh disapproval disapproval9k
9k 9 one of the measures advocated YOCted by the Oot governor that thatlor aatIe Mtl
l lor the establishment of a Bureau of Main ts I4fe u Insur Insurance I IThe sia siasite ¬
site The rote to indefinitely postpone JIfOI JIfOIaaft1fJ4 the measure ws wsoattied wltr wltratt4led
oattied by 37 to 22 22tfhe IIie 8gThe
The ie measure ure was offered by Mr Begtoter of ofwho Hantytta Hantyttawho
who WMW Mid that be had been asked if this thisGovernors 5 we not one Of the 1Mw theQveror
Governors > s measures w to which he them replied 1Ut t he bettered bdIeeedthe betteredthe liT liTtMJ8IA
the tMJ8IA jaeaaure meatnre 1e to be in b1liae line with the Qoteararii urgai rsc rscdatlosa r rdad iir iirdatioa
datioa dad and he desired d a1red to say that t at if thepeople t the eJIopIItet eJIopIItetBaplioa people wt would let batN letNapoleon
Napoleon N B Broward lead them the tileS State of Floridagwotild Florida
d 1
gwotild in a short time be rid of the yoke of plutocracy baeoaaqI
QMfr Kr I tteese favored the measure The aiwimiiit of iafto iaftovation I Iv tration
ration v tioawovJd would probably be brought forward he staid sakLWhile aNWhile staidWhile
While the idea was new in n this country couau tg t some degree degreeit a ait
it was not ot a new question and had been tested by time timein dmIn
in the old countries He mentioned Gemaay 0 as one hi bewhich hiwhich 1awhich
which the government overament issued life insnrace InlartaceceI8fu1ly policies suc successfully accessfully ¬
cessfully and at a much less price than the companies in intbls 10thJ inthis
this thJ country assessed assessedMr uucl uuclMr
Mr Malone saw danger in the experiment t He Bethat held heldthat heldthat
that it was undemocratic in principle rinaip e He referred to bethe tothe toe
the e stand against the United States Stat bank taken t by I 7 7drew 1u 1udrew An Andrew ¬
drew Jackson that staunch figure of d demoeraey deIDoaIqheld aid aidheld amdheld
held that the State tate Life Insurance Bureau embodied thesame the tMame thesame
same idea that Jackson antagonised Mr JIltJected Maloae Malaeeob Malaeeobjected ob objected ¬
jected to the plan principally because it would create a apolitical apolitical apolitical
political machine as he saw w it and would place the tMcnritlel se securities scuritles ¬
curities of the people in Jeopardy at every election electionIt
It would be necessarily in politics and while De ha had hadno IaadDO
no fight against the politician being inclined in that direction di direction dIrectioo ¬
rection himself Mr Malone said it would be a basis for forpolitical forpolitical forpolitical
political fights be thought it better to ray a little more morefor mONfor morefor
for insurance if necessary than to place It in politics and andhave aDdbave andhave
have tit the State Government menaced with the 1 burden > > of it itMr ItPettiCrew itMr
Mr Pettigrew was of the opinion loB that State taW U ills Is Issutmtce i v vuraace
uraace 111 would be a good this 1bt even if it tarried the tMtlaat g gthat 0aft 0aftthat
that 14 bean lugfostad I Ite lets III of ofUIMD ftefida ftefidapaid stlda M rates ratesi
i paid rnUUen eaWl n dollars aad aartusU > for IjjjiiMctV If Ifas tw twU li lia
as M a M Mi Mb F Ftbau
< i L 0 r rthan
1 1tkalt
than two twoto yierYhenoe yierYhenoeto esr Aside Asidet
to t o Ita Irate tate life insurance there was no Mit of that in his hisopinion Wiop18108 Waopinion
opinion Let us do the right thing thiD now he laid aid in con conclusion eoaelwdOD concluslon ¬ ir
clusion clusionMr elwdODMr
Mr Mathews of Marion was not surprised at the cry of ofpolitical ofoliUeal ofpolitical
political slavery that had been raised against the State Statelife 8tateUfe statelife
life insurance idea Anything he said Id had to rum the thegamut thepwut thegamut
gamut of adverse crii icium id w Mr Mathews referred to the thepresent tMplNent thepresent
present Governor as one of the greatest t the State had hadhad everhad ever everhad
had saying that he bad studied tud the question carefully carefullyand
and he wa was willing to rely largely on his hi judgment wheat wheatbe tl tlbe
be had so strongly recommended State life insurance Mr MrMr IIrMr MrMr
Mr Mathews held that it was W no argument against a ag inst the theproposition theVrol theproIKrition
proposition Vrol oltition to say IIU th that t there was nothing Dothin to begin on onfiftv 08tttty onfifty
fiftv years ago be said the Equitable began on nothing nothingand
and made no great progress for a number of yearn he hethought IaetboUlbt bethought
thought the State could manngf lIuIDa the affair successfully successfullyto
to the good of the people peopleMr
Mr Parkinson favored the passage of the bill the tIaeperieoce ex experience experience ¬
perience of other countires in managing q sJDI Insurance for forthe torthe forthe
the people afforded example of what might be done donethe and andthe andthe
the example ex mple of corruption in the private eoIDpCI eoIDpCIbowed eow rompaaiat rompaaiatbowed iaaiss iaaissshowed
bowed what might happen to these tae corporations which whichere whichsere
ere t > re not guarded in the careful manner 1DUl that wovjjl wo at attach atLatch ¬ t
Latch to State control controlMr
Mr Malone here came back with wl the proposition that t if ifthe Itthe ifthe
the officials of independent i companies were found to be beioiTUpt beUIIupt beorrupt
ioiTUpt wan out reasonable reollOn ble to assume aIDe that offkials offkialsengaged 0 0engapd odleIaiseugaged
engaged to conduct insurance for the State would be beupen beOIJeD beopen
open also to the suspicion Mr Malone said the air airtull was wasfull warnlull
full of the cries of corruption now ow that the State of ofFlorida ofJ4lorida ofFlorida
Florida couldnt keel ltr it twoeyed boar straight Why Whyihould w wabould Whyshould
should we encourage this thl thing tbl by saddling uddUn an Insurance InsuranceUureau 101UIDteU InsuranceBureau
U Bureau UMlU on the State Mta te T Thess Utopian U dreams cannot be berealized belized berealized
realized lized until man has been whop wholly wlaolterepaerated regenerated I would wouldlike mouldlike 1114 1114like >
like to ask k the gentleman from Escambia abla Reese If as asis Mil beIs
is not now a member ofa ot s commission to Inveetiptbsbarge investigate investigatebsrge IDvetttpteclaalJ
barge of corruptionMr corruption orruptloDYMr
Mr Rees see I am but I do Aet believe that any a eoruption eor eotruption eorruptloo
ruption exists Mr Reese said the bill appeared to toU him himis
is one which would apjvsl iiPI Ill to all patriotic men meocoDadeoce who had hadnfldence hadonfldence
nfldence > in the men who tto were chosen D to govern governMr 10v 10vMr
Mr Register ter saw 1Nt a real beauty In the movement lDoYemeatcaue he hes br brsuse ¬
caue s use the money that t had been going away aw from hep home Ii s ts tocorrupt tsorrupt tecornapt
corrupt the officials of life insurance companies could ccnaJ4kept hekept he hetept
kept at t home operating on th the principle of the greatest grattMtloud greatestfood pateRpod
food to the greatest number numberThose uumberTbOie numberThose
Those voting for the postponement of the lb bill billlpeaker were wereThe vvreThe
The Speaker Messrs AI Aherneth erl th Bradsbaw Olsrfce Olatheohs Olsrfcetake 0IaateDak4
take Donagan Do n Dorman II IJnPont Finite Heifer Grifflartafteld Griff lrigpBooker
lartafteld Hooker 4 Johusoa Knight Citrus Knowlee Knowleeaasflter Knowlesia Know KnowMrKeazle
aasflter ia McKenzie ilscWlllisnw arWU Malone IODe Melton Mil Miliaor IIUU MUMorrison
U iaor Morrison Ogilvic Oimsteed 01 d Boddraberry y Howe Howeioeeell Bonaarll mowiaissll
ioeeell smith Huell Taylor Tat lor Wstson W Wells Willie Willieftsitjfmj WIUIIb Willieods
ftsitjfmj b Willis bevy Wilson Osihooa a Wiisoa Wlbapi WIIeoa1M WiisoaLet
i Let e eApbrt tf tfAgsiast
Agsiast 1 postjooemtnt tlonot Messrs Avast A Garter Cobb CobbVswford OobbDurraut Cobbkavford
Vswford burrs Durrauee me Harvell Kirkland Kaifbt Uolu UoluU Oolubia
bia U I Igoag osf Mathews Keel Parkinson Pant Paul PsulPeeples VMde VMdePeep Peeedseeples
Peep Peeples Pettigrew Beese l Register ter Biehsourf Biehsourfon 4 Thuue m
100 on Williams Wilson Hernando RenaJlcloII 23 J

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