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sJirothe Independent Chxowde.
-4Tixt If , 1 deviate' from the ea"ten
( n -track of CAari'y, it "may lit attribu
- - ted not kss.to the thread-bare, nature
f'sfthe subject, than ttf defect of gcalr
. " US in the speaker. v' ; : . ; v -
- -y. Gardner' Onetipn
At the doctrine, c I Religion is the 'great
'"topic of Federalism, It is proper to no-T-'tice
the sentiments of those who pro
Mess a lelief in the inner, and arc ad-,
- vocatc for jthe latter, . Not that syrt
; y-would-placc Gardner in the front rank
' a ft it relates to either, - but fwhen tbi
i Pulpit is prostituted to destroy "the
, doctrines usually inculcated in Keye
that abtrsinr . Buonaparte is more
i II worthy of the consideration of a Chris-.
uan auatence man coniemDiauug uic
greatest virtues incuicaicu u vuc
Scriptures. : , " "' -'-y ; ' :
. Now. KwrCTrfrNrhat have you
to aher ? "Can vou answer to
God, or to man ? When the bencdic
tion of the Bisjiop gave you an autho-
my 10 preatu iu vnjv n v
compinied -with a . tolerance -, to de
nounce the grand article on which' the
platfortrf iof the Church is founded ?
Did he lay his hand on your head, and
say 'go forth, 4 tcb vert the doctrine of
Chanty, ' and f rave to the woria tnat
.St. Paul was a dec t her , when he said
tliat-f Charity never faijeth - Did
the Efohon.emnower.Vou to'say t
was".a thwufdbare subject, and if
. .11. . 1 . n .. .
Nation, it leads us to suspect that by you were called in uoston to aoiiver
than stn- M an uratton pciore a loc.eiy uisiuuieu
pocrtiy is more predominant
centv. . . ,
V If the Reverend Gardner )s not the
-champion for Religion, yet he has of-)-.tcn
placed himself as the First Con-,
sid for Federalists. ;', He has writu-n
many fugitive pieces and pamphlets
"'on this subject, and as nothing biit bi $
violence and outrage in p61itics could
V ever bring him 'into iiotice, we are red
to conclude, that he- is supported by
,'vthe Federal party, : v,':i, , j.
If Religion iithe object bf the Ft-
defalistsrt it not unfortunate thatr the
Reverend XSardner should be 4 war6r
in the cofltrorersy I Is it not singu-
lar that bi should be introduced-m
Hhe orator toi delineate the feature!
, '.f of Charity and become the oracle
v l.-throughvhich the amiable qualities of
r this Christian virtue -wert tcbe dc-'
acfibed i But behoM I he ascends the
'iiesk ; the audience assembled " ac
ted music precedes the solemnity ;
for its promotion, that you should dc- i
predate instead ot apreciatmg tne
nrinciple I Did he tnioin en"you to
set nationrand men afvarience, '-'in
stead of tiniting them In the bonds of
fricrid5hipJ....lDiy!rbe oTdttm you as a
political lampeoiier itftttrad tif a Chris
tian preacher I Did he sutTer you to
put - a surplice 6ver your shoulders
tar screen you from a judicial pun
ishment, ibr libelling the executive of
a foreign T.tltion, which'-might dehle
the purity of your professional habil
ihnents ? Did you make arprofession
of your faith, before Vou received ycnir
sacerdotal commission or, did you
inform the eishop that you consider
ed Charity "as a thread-bare subject,
and should tell your audience, when
ever you had an opportunity, that it
was unworthy a serious consideration ?
If so, send your. Oration to London,
and give the " Right Reverend Fa-
I 1 Uessons frbmripture are readincul- ther in God" a specimen of your te
S vntinor the exercise of Charily ; and
. . . . ... . .
finally le preeepts are to be enforced
- oy at. vrauon on tne ouues .ox an- m--atitutbn
founded on the basis of bene
volence. ; Rath inaividual - present
listens with attettion ; eiience per
vadja the sanctuary "cfthe Supremo
" Bingy and the roiiid is solemnized
to receive the impressiosvas inculca
. ted x -the speaker-i-but alas '. what
nu5t have"been their surprize ! a
. man clothed in eacerdbtals, under the
'.solemn injnctione of his ordination
A . . 1 ' ' 1 t . . I ! ft- .... I 1
Cte the Articles of the (Hivrxh, openly.
irof;ssing to believe in the Christian
levwlution, ' assuming the title ' of a
jFollower ol our Savour lA man, on
' this solemn occasion, in the thivd pa
ragraph ofhis address, proclaims to
'his nudience that " Ckaritj is ithfeai-?-bre
'After observing that ' the CleTgy
-are more accustomed to literary com
Tosifion than their fcllow-ciliicns, and
'that' the nature of Christian instruction
Requires a simplicity of maimers ad
. rpUmess of language'he immcdiatc
Af gie a specimen how far he is
-tlcstirote df all rl.oss esscmial quali
tie recommended. in 'scrinture, by
putting to the blush every, individual
Vlongjngytothe society, by the md
.cency.of his observations. Such gross
.i j u.r - i i . : I
ausuraiiy was never uciurc ciimuiku
mer'rty and integrity
Rtverend "Sir ThoHgh you are not
entitled to my compassion, yet I was ;
led by Cliarity to hope that you
would on a late occasion 'have retrie-',
ved in some degrce"your'' reputation.;
as the subject was entirely, withm your
professional sphere, it' was' thought
iwpdJ&t that you could have strayed
so widely 'from your duty. Vhat,,
could have 'led you W' far. out tif the.
way", is a roistcry tvep tayour friends.'
But as1t r'clates to this town at lai-ge,
your oration ' may ,"be attended -witn
disagreeable consequences. The
distresses by Fire are frequent within
the metropolis ; and if we should be
reduced by a catastophre as distruc-
tivc as took f lacem Portsmotth last
Wr.ytr, we" may stand in need of re
lief frem'our sister States; but with
what propriety could we apply to Vir
ginia, - after u&h invectives were ven
ted by yoa W the presence of an asso
ciation estabinrnfei lor trie -fxpres
purpose of obtain'mg" relief on such an
cession ? We charitably hepc, tley
will overlook your indecency, and can
didly conclude, that the citizen of
llostoa are not 'implicated by your
opposers of the present or3er .of
things, that " every brave man ought
to draw his sword' to dissolve the ex
ting institutions v . .
We will fancr that the assembly : or
Representatives,' repair , toihe city of
VV asnington tO consult on xacaaurca
for the annihilation of the .federal
Constitution ; Messrs. Morris, Ross,
and others, armed cap-d-pee with their
Weapons, of defence ;" each member
secured with Coat of mail, and drawn
swords brandishing ever the heads of
every opponent ; a we ot musquei
teers guarding the doors arid entries
ot tne hall ; " martial music to sum
mon the antasronists to commence
their warfare the President of this
deliberative bodrto'bef pessonifittd in
tne character ot JWars, tM instead ot
mghtcps, the" whole group' to be fur
nished with 'helmets of iron. This
would be a glorious display of modern
federalism, as recommended in the
Port Folio and Boston Gazette this
would be an omen, no'-ways. sinister,
and its, powers no ways unpropitious ;
no vise man cotuA discover its impel'
fections, no good man Shudder at tt
miseries,' no, henesf man could prq
claim its fraud,:;-and "no brave . man
draws his sword against its foree ; all
would be tranqviil ; it would be a me
morable example of what the steady
habits,' f some men could devise,
and the wisdom of ethers receive and
establish, in dispite of anarchy, deism
and atheism. - '
'After , a Constitution had been thus
systimatieed and promulgated-'with
wlrat acclamations wquld it be receiv
ed by the people ! with what hilarity
would the day be celebrated! the
Fourth of July would be a tlay of dark
ness and despair, in comparison with
lhs epocft ol bnlftancy and security.
ihcn might each man examine the
laitk that was mhim; he would con
fide m the strong arm of power as
wielded with a massy sword hi' faith
would be strengthened y observing
every, bold opponent laid prostrate by
a soldiery; his faith would be sup
ported by the energies of the military,
and he wonldjliav-c the satisfaction of
seeing our jail filled with those ho
tiid not readily accede to the justness
and lenity of the government; while a
band of myrmidons were pressing for
the taxes, the public faith would be
unequivocal as lotljc collection con
fidence would' be placed in our funds,
and the Essex Junto would ahi'ile with
the utmost compkeency on the con
attnematiotr of their project. .
Examine the faith that is in you ;
nave you confidence in this species of
govcrnmeT.t, as recommended in the
above mentioned Tory papers ? Will
you relinquish your present happy
voMsutaviyiis, auu cmoracc one go
verning by the swerd f After draw
ing your sword against Monarchy and
I Arkti)cracyt willj ou now commence
t civu war to restore tlKtn f Have Vou
attention ; let me remind you that (his j
same Hamilton whose party pretend to
support Mr$idamS, has in his speech
to jhe r ederat roeeung ucm w
ty Hall In New-York, reprobated JVir.
JefTerson in the loiiowmg woras - a
rouse yourselves, fellow-citizens, and
destroy the monster engendered in
that hotbed of OemocraCyi.Virginia.
We cannot, fail of success at the pre
sent election, and the triumph that' is
within our grasp, . will form the first
link of a chain , that., will encircle
the Union, and -compel the puw
laniroous statesman "tb retire from
the helm of government, the weight
of which he is incompetent to sus
tain." i :S ;
Thus Hamilton reprobates both A-
dams and Jefferson, and yet the tssex
Junto presume to deceive the people
that they are friends to Adams, tho
they 'are .opposed, to Jefferson. By
auch deceptive tricks they are trying
to impose on tne welldisposeo, wnne
all their olans are directed to bring a-
hout a revolution which might lead to
a subversion of our present' form ot
Mr. John Adlams, now in retire
ment, must see the snair laid for his
ruin. Thouch he went with, them
through the varidus mazes of fheir po
litical labyrinth, yet the moment he
halted, they pursued htm with as much
malignity, as they now do air. Jencr-
son within the circle ot tne junto ne
is spoken of with the most pointed
contempt and , indignation, ann it is
probable he could not obtain a vole a.
mong them to return him to the Pre
sidency. We hope his son nasDegan
to see through their JioTlow irienu
sbip, and will give a specimen In the
Senate of the United St ates that he
has dis covered their perfidy and du
plicity,' - ' . .
A few of the Clergy still remain the
dupes of this Essex fraternity. They
arc dispised for their ignorance, for
while - they approbate - Mr. Adams,
they arc in fullcommuhion with those ;
who hold him m the utmost ab-
horence. .Let them give an evidence
ofthe laiththatis.in them, for if they
justify Adams, hew can they harmon
ize with a taction, who speak ot Jet-
ferson and Adama with equal re-
proacb. , i
Ye Clergymen, it you are consist
ent, come out from among them
and shew your faith by your works'
-i-M t--t. '--j n "...
.xiaii. nas cccn coDFrcicd wnn me in
a . creat .nsany tranlacuons. ; "which
t Mifli'.ay 'be " burjed m etefhal
oblivion. ""!NloneyV and he note of
too dollars, were forced from trie ia "
a moil nununuu manner., & nis pa-,
per was drawn and given to him i
a moaient of paiGon ; . but with na .
defign to defraud any perfon My
. . . . i .' .".
intention was io put mm in a utile v
temporary difficulty at Philadelphia,,
which he highly dctcrves however;'
1 am pretty certain be is only
rcferved finally to meet at Ckarlcf.
ton. T . ; .'.-":. -
' The 3d witnefs, Mifs Barnes;
has told the truth, the whole truth : ;
I have no reflections to make 0117
her, : God. grant I' may meet iier
fh a better and unchanging world, ;
to part no more forever 1 , , , 7 1
The public mind is ine'enfed
againfl me and juflly, for . my
crimes ; but inftead of their re- k
lentmer.t, let : them now retire U
pity, and remembef that once 1 1
Wood as firm as they : that we art j
all born alike, but not buried alike
and I -pray -God that others',
may ihun the rocks upon which I
P ' r JOHN.SOUTHACK. ;
From'the National InieHigcuiceri
THE felf-Hyled Federalifts have for. i
a long time been endeavouring to inW
preli an ides on the public mind, that ,
Mr. jetterion was aa enemy to ibe lata
Gen. Walhingt'oii. This charge, lik
many oihen which have been exhibited
againft ifce Prefident, (w'uh a view tode.?
llroy his popularity) hai never bee
fupported by the leall proof ; but calum- '
ny haj ever been th dernier lelori of I
fallen faclion. i
" It it well knwn that Mr. Jefferfoa
filled (wiih reputation to himfelf and ha.
nor to hit country) the important ml
confidential office of Secretary of Suie;
folly, and vanity. SVe have only to 1 fih in such civil institutions, and are
countervail your assertion, by deda
tmg to the world, that chanty -is a
christian attribute highly estimated io
Boston, that fnly em man has the T-
withitvso fwspges as earapose this frontry to cer.tcmn It, and that it was
friiitvn. . II ti tnitrnrtuna nllhi ChanfM( Fm
"It is true, be dointt eaU aporvVu I Society this year, to choase him for
Nearer to' draw the sword,'"' but is II their orator. It Is charitably hoped
lie not in alliance with those who do! 11 that their benevolence will rise au-
"For if Charity Is exploded, what bar Ijperiorto your uopertineT.c.,
Tier is piaceu insociciy i 11 im is
-thread-hare subject and unworthy of no-
what ue can. hold together tne
ands of government ! W ho U secure
agamt the dagger or the tMasstn, 11
Hhe benign attribute of Charity is iraa
ted as an obsolete Virtue ?
, Thisderxniciation against the most
exiditd sentiment delivcrt d by our Sa
iour and hit Apostles, was resetted
for the irrrrjf'C.ardnei while St.
lulsayt, Through I speak with the
tongu of Ac j;el and have- not Chari
ty, I am become as a sounding 'brass
or atyniling symlicl f M Tlwtjgh'l
" Examine the fiSih that is in you."
TH F. politic! controvtrey in IhU
country, has become too serious to ad-
1 rait of apathy and inattention among 2
the cttizena. In politics, as ra religion
it is necessary for every man to M ex
amine ibe faith that i in Kim.". On
one side; we hear thotu who declare
; that M Uemocrauy it scarcely tolera
ble, that it U on its tril here, and that
j you willing to'cxcliange your present
; form for their adoption 1 Will you
! relinquish your democratic rights of
1 election, and give yourselves entirely
t up to such men, who- thrcatvn to usurp
them by .anarchy ana carnage.
The individual who thus suggetts
such an idea is a traitor. He itanda
-a. monument of 'villainy; wiff.outa.
sedition law, he uccerves the greatest
punishment that cun be inflicted in so
ciety. Tha bastnesa of thcopponents
of President Jcffcrym ia exhibited -In
every paragraph of their publications.
They now call on' the citizens to com
mence war agnlnst nhe'- government,
because they knb that the lenity af
the administration doca not pursue
them to punishment. Their magna
nimity encourages a Callender'even
gives the wretch who is patronised in
the Tort Folio, and the tnevelihg aatc
4te who edits the liotlon Gazette en
tie issue will be civil war :" Ihst the
---- " - - W - " " m R w " VIIIIHVIH,1
a eacru v-onituution js ranicauy vi-1 arainstthe m who drewim tii u.
tave the gilt of prophery, and under- h rlotit, and sundi an example of wkat j ,dictmenitigainttjjjitainviibicji pro
'm all myltenc s, and though 1 hata II the villainy of some have devlned, and duccd the glorious era -of American
an i)in, ao mai 1 ran remove nioun- . me tony 01 auters natt rtccivru. m A (! porflencr. . - . .
taint, and or tu Charhy, I am no- ( the other side we have alarge portion J 1 txanine the faith that is in yet. TJo
-thlng'W and though 1 bettow all cflhe citiientwho sund forward In : you mnfide in the wen who -oppose
my goeds to feed the poor, and give support of the existing Government, Prcaident JtfTcrs'onf are thev tlie
irienus oi our retolution f or rather,
are they the Friends of our Federal
Constitution ll Hamilton in favour
fifil. wkfltln rnnt.mlin mill, tl'-tt.
i iugtoo, Franklin, andthtr panriota t
l .hefsnot, llow then hat this man
behaved since itt ado4ion bat he not
ny bey to be burned, and hare not I' and conttder it the mo&t stupendous
'CAjrtfi, it rofiteth me ootbinr $ Cl.a
Tity tufTcr'tth long, Is kind 1 Clarity
envictb not 1 Charity vauntcth not it
aelf. It Pot Pftd pf doth not trine
-4nt)f vntttmfy. It net easily ntciircf,
IhinKtHne elt rejoictili not in.ini
tulry,lit rto!cth tn tle truth, hear
cih aU things and hopcth all thini(i";
Chsrftf utffj:.'ri, aad now tdiidtlh
Faith, Up at Charity, but the great
These ar the 'atnlimtnw of St
Taui oi Charity. 1'ht Apostle boUa
it up at the eatcnt'ut duty, and de
lares It Sa!l never f.il." Cm the
J'nrraul Crdncr, In contrai!ction V
Mrui'. 11 las fmUJ, atvd pvblkly
declare it U le-" a thread bare ub
ftincfpltf. and Intukatrt it amcng
Ctuittiani tM RttnJJhn trtatt it
ith tbf tot volnttd reprhninO
hi tbiftla it Miaonhy th notice fcf
i autuc, r4 rathtr anfpattt
inonuinnut cf witdoan ever deviaod by
man. ' '
Judge then FcUow-cititrM.bttaccn
the two parties. Are you in Cavuur
of Monarchy, an Aristocracy, or a
Democracy! U you uiown the fatter
yoi mutt embrace one nr 1 ha other f ,
the former. Admit that ton disatdva
it .. ...' .
me prrieoi viMon, k orgin a nw ty s
tera of government tkut the states
aicniblt and appoint a convrnUontor
tha purpose of annulling the Federal
Lonstituum, and adoritmg another,
louuccdontheta.it afMoairchy or
A;itotrty whtl iheaa queuUmt
were in cuutromtty, what would be
th al-.tfianof U.enubUo luindt If
atthit period of poliHcal contention,
. NEW-YORK, fane 9.
'On 'Saturday tad came 011 before
the Circuit Court of the' United
States, now fitting in Boftonj the
trial of John Stuthacl, on an in
di&ment fcrr forging, uttering and
pubufliing an orilcr or check on the
Bank of the United States, payable
tohimfclfor order, for fix, (hotifand
cieht hundred dollars.. After a long
and patient hearing, by the court
and lury, in the courfe-oi- which
many witncucs eae examined on
the part of government, adduced T)y
Mr. uiake, tne miuiu Attorney,
the Jury retired, and in a few mo.
menti returned with a general ver
diA againfl the defendant. '
After . conviflion, the rifoncr
made the following confeffion to the
u' May' U f leaf e your (tenor, ,
41 X fland bc(oe you a. dreadful
example of human infirmity, and of
the manner4n which we may b; car
ried fram the height, of ituman fel
icity to the depth of human mifery.
VhenI confidcr wh;t tranfattiona
I hate been guilty of, the injuries
I have committed on focicty, by en
diavnringtoundermine its beO prin
ciples; the wounds '! have piven re
ligion by my example, my heart
bleeds at every pore I-.am; an exv
ample how young perfons may be
Imperceptibly led from the flate of
virtMe to that of vice, and may fry
with another charaftcr. 'who had
fufTered for his crimes Good Jol !
what might hve been, what ara
I nowi" ,
"Setting nut in life with proper ty ,
with the principles of rclipion an.l
I fcrlog my, time in a flore where 1
t .1 fa.
during a great part of Wafhington's ad.
miniQrftUon, Thu circuroilance alone it '
fufneient to convince every anprrjudicea,
perfon f the falfity of the affertion-J
that Mr. Jiffsrfon wat inimical ta
Cen. Walt ington," but if any doubw'
fhould remain, die following exirafts .
from the writing! of Mr. Jcierfon traft '
edeclually remoyo them. - '
Mr. Jtfferfon in hit " Noiei on Vir.
ginia,M obfervei that" We bave pro.'"
duced a Walhingtpn, whofroemory will ,
be adored, while liberty (hill have vo
taries; whofe name will triumph over
lime, and will in future age:, illume if
,u(l (Ution among the moll celcbraici
worihiet of the world, when iki w?(
ched fhilofophy fhali beforgotieo, wbicb
arranges him among he dereneraciti of
i It. 11 r . 1 .
nature. incrrcuaeni in nu maugu
ral fpeecbexpfelTei bit veneration an4'-v
efleem for ibe tharafler of WaQiingioa
in iliefe wordi ' without pretention t
lhat high confidence you repofcJ in ouf
firttand gretKll revoluiionary character
whofe pre-eminent fervices had entitled'
him to the firft place in hit couniryV
love, and dellined for him ihe fatreft !
ge in he volume of faithful hiflov
ry, &Ck .
Tne oppofitiori party (not content
with having bafely donounted Mr. Jef-'
ferfon at the enemy "bf (JenWaflung.'
ion) have had the arrogjnee and pe-'
fumption lo declare thai they wei tb
exclufue friends of that man. But 1 Iritflf
thera are few, indeed, who can be dteeU1
ed, by fuchflfc preteniion'' partico."
latly when werecolleU ihatihii faction
(with fosie eaeepiicn,) U empofed of
0Mfla(c wljgi, old tociei,' paiiuinl
Monarchy, ptnitiai ol England, aird of
ber, cot.ftt;on, ted conftqently enf
Bia to vhe principle for which 'Wafh.''
ingtoa sad ihe Republicani ol ihiieimn-
try to nobly cooicnded. Had Geoeral'
Walhirigtoo been hpported during "ij.t
revolution only by thole men, who wi.a
,fo much raodelly eaU themfalvei hi'
;cacUfivt fiktidi," we ftould itva l
probabiliiy at ihii lima live undtr tht
mUdgoverameAt cf Ko viand, and be hu
(Hirea wun tne appeiuiwa of iub ecu 10
Mr.jfUerlon by .bit uuikrra a:tacfc
ment to Kepublicanifm bat ever bees
particularly obnoiieus lo the enemiea
ofl.beriy. Tiny well know iltlt
enjoy 1 the confidence of a large raijoriiy
;l of the fovareign people of America.
beta in fareyr tf t i'Urt'Jii) army, and
a pUlt'dcbt ? have not hit measures
' alwart led o thett ourtet i a free to
I Clettf dd K4 th"T.tr- Jnnfn t;M
I bolf Oilt man up at tlic most promi. 1
rient character to be brought .forward '
: iu cor government f . let ut then try i
thitraaaby hit own documents. Has!
I ne not rtpretented Mr. Join A.ami !
i deficient of etey political quality 1 1
at unworthy the confidence of bit feU I
IOWltllnl itral'ilul. r.t ..1..
the ran of. party nearly abvrbt . all firmneit, and nmmon capacity to dis'
fclcudly Invertourte, what mutt be tht tbarce the duties cf hit fuiicti I
spirit ctclted when all the pattiom . Ia alrt.tht moat degrading tharac
IT'. tfKnslinU.6rci6n. WfcinnfMr. Adams, V.,u,d
tht ahiatra of each man's opinion ? , trot the pen of Hamilton. 'Here.
tpeiraUywhtaltli'aanauntalbythi fellowitiscna, ,1 wish t arrcttyewf
law noinint? iui- ik i..f .
iftioni carried on, I thoucht alt "f ' 51M rfon .
ma.kioJ Rood, tBj ,hrworld ;. "for!f 10 ft1 o deRroy hi,
Place of ftnceriir .1 77 ! ffPnty. II ihey can but effect ihi(
CL. I LKl li f 'fc'rafeltti that they will I.
lame in whom 1 had nurfhe ihkiaA t j .1.-... -
il " ' in weir oirretoui ma.
COnRJeoce, bad deceived me. flrin.
yy ino ui my propenj, and fhow.
ed, mc .the 'deception of the humarj
nean, 1 .unlort'it aicly then tniler
took their plan, and it hat brcni Jit
ne 10 thU, r acknowlctlge ihe
juQice of qod, anJ thank htm fr
arrcftlneme in the prorefs of guilt
"d before I hid t cached tlat bar
from whofe dedfiom there is no
ppeal Al tu the crime of whuh
I im now charged, I can fiJrmnly
declare that! bid no Idea of defraud.
Ing the Dank. - Tht check wat not
drawn In the form of one, nor cauld
It be taken 11 fuch. W .
;Thftcooiwltrtri; Mr. Ran-
chinatiooi againQ ih coatliitfiion and
liberties af their cvumrv. Bat wt irul
tht Rrpublictot will by their .vigilatea ,
be alls locounterafl ihofc iniriguci,ana
taerery prevail lha mgof terror
irota ttiitg sgtist iniiixSuird tr.io, oar.
'?. ' t.rfiRUVUS.
- FOK SALE ,
'lijthffulftnltr, en naftasile
Lirerponl Crockery Ware
of arWi dcfciiptlons affartcJ
Jn craiei. .. , . ,.; .
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