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' -jur yilhrottgh their counsel, petitioned the
. "-ustice'of the Inferior Court for writ of Ha
' teas Corpus, which was granted. The grounds
Upon which the Inferior Courfacted, will be
; found detailed in the following document of
their proceedings' : ( . ; '
" '.' r Chamlers, April 26 1804,.
Present the Jllon. Edward Telfair, Edward
Harden,1 John G. Williamson. P.nV.
of Georgia I
i. Smith, Sec J
Habeas Corpus ,
" IN this case Messrs. KtclielL'NoVl.v'ii.'
.-ler and Berrien, attsmies itv behalf of the
prisoners, aided by a "committee appointed
by the 'citizensvof this cqusity for thai pur
' pose.'applied for-t1fe ' enlargement if the pi'r-
sone'rs. -.,V; "..'.;'' -t
' After argument. It appears that William
Smith,' Barrack Uibbons, William Blogg,
j.. James Mackintosh, Richard Turner, Solo-
on; .hadj. William Lewden, James Alger,
John Gibbons, Isaac Minis, William Brown,"
- 1 Saul Simons, JamesBelcher, John i . White,
r 4osephRiceV Joseph Machin, John Pettibone,
.Sampson Nevis, Timothy Bernard David
..Gugle, Henry Putnam, and Jonalhaa Cline, '
'composing the grand invest forth? body of
the county of Chatham, were in the fore-
8 ' liooi of yesterday committed o the com won
v. '. goal of the'eounty, by judge' Uowen, under
and by virtue of a precept in these wdrdsi
, "'To the gealcr of the; common goal of
'"the county of Chatham.' .
' 41 You ace hereby required "tndcoiiiman.,
led to keep safe in your custody, those mem
ber.softhe Grand Jury, comniitted to your
clcisekepinj this morninglby the sheriff, in
, ; obedience to the Order of the Jnde of the
v Superior Court, until yovi receive Prom un
; -f ler the'sajd''Jydge, hand, an -order, for their
. liberation. ,. . - , . - ,
- (Sighed) ' :
7-"-'v . JABEZBOWEN, jun. (L. S.)
; Which' said -commitmeht appears to be
'".va'uo, informal,. . and assigns no specific
" -charge or reason, for the commitment wants
.. precision, naming no prtichla'r persons, and
contains ihii ' unlawful ' tcsU ictmn,' that the
goalcr should keep Ibem 'until he should re- -;
ceive from" tih';lt r tUe suidju Ige's.-hand, an or
" der fortheir. liberation ; and being without a'
t It further appear that since the ahove
commH m'(rn;,ju:lje li ',vui his been confined
"and in close custody in the cohv'i'ioii goal of
.t'.ii county, wic.i has thereby su-spenrteil
hts judicicl fur.tlio h', created a 'virtual ab
" 'sence a:.';illlib.ibiii'.y'6f liie judge of the
"SufyL'r.or Court, s appears I5y the goaler's
' certificate, in the f'dlowin'words i
., '" -"v- ' " ' 'ffir' ChJUtam tountj,
; To the keeper of ihe'conihiou V
, '( goal 6f 6w county. j "
'Receive thfl b'.dy of the Hon; Jjte BoV-
'eh, jun. brought before lhe, nn a warrant,
" charging him whlvan att empt to excite a do-
, "'inotic insurrection in this state.iwid him
safely keep Until thence delivered bjujie due
course dflaw. , ,
Givks under my hand and seal, thly 25th
f ' . . day of April, i SO.
. . S:5!d)
. Joii.v pcoi.er, j.
I do certify that the above is a copy ofn'
mittimus iainy posscsaion, under which I,
have the body of the person therein nulned,
now In the common gol of Chatliam countr.
J. P. OATES. Go.J0r, C.C.'
Sjvannah, '21h of Api i'.', mot.
And the 7iir semiou ufthe judiciary act of
75J, giving unt uily two or umrc'of the
.justices f the 'nfenor mint jn ihc ab'-ti.ce
c( the jti.'.gj of the ..upvrior coun.Tuil ;wvr
md iiit'iiai-ity t'liHsoi wl iis'.f habeas orpu,
utrJ id all Case dinc!iav,c. admit to bil, or
rem mi to '4.. .!, any prisoner ccorJin l.j
their diM;nrti-.:). unci Uiv law uf ihc land
And i'ae nhrrini.f the rounty'of Chathria,
, havin- the fiji I vViiJiant'Vr.i'.h, ami tiiC 0.
ther p. ii )!ie n itn-d in the s.mI hca toi
pusbcf'i-e n as u.r.'.n-. d, to.ilKr i;h
ihf wiA ia.le .,' cjmnif.mtM, as the
o.ily cuu,.' of their ta,V.o i . .l dvHiUHMi.
Th Court MWreupoft aiwr.s,,4;U tl an t
It u.l! ;.c fM.Ticni: fn d a'preredent in
" nvv .' . ".t M-i m yf' y ar co.t.a.1 Uncut;
V.J h-fore ? e crai iirt;;. I.
, l!.'.rai ; t.ial a ll.c root i.f jr..
, Y'.ppi '..ice, -i l cojKijtit-n'ly pu'.s u pcn.xl
toth- ti -cscnl urnt ; vr.hjut yoj, the liU
m li iir ''.it of tf iVilQWHiiisrn's ,re fa
Ij icr ii h the Rr-iid jury i.fi ujiU'j'.tiKy
b Uu;it.i rir j'..ttti. ti, an.l uithoui )our
, !.!, tiu I i-.v of your country cBiimt tett
nut'H. ,Tj.c patiioti.n,flnii'ncund ilijiM
ty with wVu.'.t jiia hive cuii-.loctcd t"uf.
i!-c. t9vth:-rri:h the patiui. e and f.,rti
M.h v.ti hate displayed, titll hand your i
Rjnic with apjljtie to jKxr'.rwiy. I
' The !r UraT and die. bl co.:Sni-ntr.!. n. I
' .-r wt.ch yi t luvc laboured f.jr twtnfy four
V vjr. Is h. tthy dcJjred to cease , and !ier?.
Tre Vuuarcduchitxcd fniin j-our Coi.Enc
'Ultfi!. . '
'j- A true ropy from l'elnmTTef',"
Thetrr'"'' bsre indethe f.Uowii.jj
a Mrcu t'l th jirfuiiow-ciiiim, through the
uic,'iu.i f llu'ir thrniMn. ; ,
Ti luephCUr, ehainnsn of the
mrr;. ; f ih? tit'ze -u tr S maS, pubticly
.ofic .d m the richaiij;e t,jj the SitU of A
p'.l. ISO l.
WEth soSscHUrrs. lir wemSm if
- the rnl lnqutl for the hodf tf the cnuxty
.ofCht httn, urahijny in finding that the
e ii'hif t tj, from duty to our country ar.1
.uu.stlvn, were co,ittiind to adopt towards
- Jabez Bowen, jun. esq.' judge of the tastcrh
distri'efon the Sthihst.have been 8ogenc- J
rally approved by our fellow-citizvns. ' -.-
The attention paid, the liberal vote, and'of
fer for nTaintenance whire in coiifincmeiht, bfr'
our fellow-'citjzens, are deeply impressed up
on our feelings. ,. ;
We present, throiigh you, sir, qur sincere
Qbanlistliem forfthe lively interest, tjthibi
ted towards us on the occasion.
' Wm. Smith, Barrack Gibbons, ; William'
B!ogg,; James Macintosh, Richard Turner,
.Solomon Shad, Wm. Lewden, James Alger,
Jon ithan Cline, John Gibbons, Isaac Minis,
- Win. Brown, - Saul Simons, James Belcher,
' John Y. White, Joseph Rice;, Joseph Machin,
John Peitiborie, Sampson Neyle, i)avid Gu
gle, T. Barnard, jun. -
y An address sinrilai'.to:, the preceding was
-presented to gen. "I). B. Mitchell, chairman
of the bar meeting. , . ; , '"-"
In closing our account of this -occurrehce,
the pain in.detailing whichvis onlvequal!ed
by that excited in looking to what mijrht
hav been its consequences, we are impelled
to a fe w remarks touching the' cause which
thus exposed the state to danger1. We per
fectly recollect the'ol-erra,tions attributed to
gentlemen of the first legal talents at the
time of Mr. Bowen's appointment, stating
the impropriety of itiaUippoimnient ; when,,
in extenuation, it Was Urged, that such was
the paltry compensation auached to the of
1ice, tliRt, no gentleman of acknowledec1 jur--fidical
abilities would accept it ; &x'juttce '
'mun'not be mpidel j dourts - must be held
and that the host of those whip would accent
I must be selected ! ! The eyes'of our legis
Jators.we hope wil! be opened to the -dangtr
i,'Ai is leagued with such economy, and not l
gaintosuner a principle so rotten in pvac
tice to jeopardize the lives and bt'st interests'
'ofour citizens. ...
"NEW-YORK, April 25.
' tiie'Cale'. . :
On Saturday morning abotrt 10 o'clock, the
tnost -violent gale we ever witnessed, com
. menced Cohi S. East,and continued' abo:t
'24 hours without milch variation or inter
'miSion. ... An'unusual high tide was thubwn '
in yesterday morning, which filled the cellars
in low situations ; but little property, however
w.is d.i.ma'gsd. ' Some of the vessels' oh the
"cast side of the town were injured by 'chafing,
The coppered brig Charlotte from Cayenne,
in ballast, coming to J. P. Durand, drifted'
ashore on Staten-lsland from h-r anchorage
atthe quarantine ground and -vent topeices;
andsch'r Friendsliip. caps. Luncof N.Carolil
n j, in i days' from Port-Antoiiio, (Jamaica) ,
with 13 puncheons ruin, cn;i..Miod to S. Jack-'
sou. went '.sahore nn Robin's heef.htar Sta-ten-Isl
ind, and also vent tj" piece. The
cics of each vessel svH. The weather
Viuring the ptile was thi. k and fog.jy, h,i
cniuin'-.ccrso last niht when thiVpalcr went
to press, 'with the wind ut S. East. Much
('nmage, we fear, lnsbven d jiu-n tin: roast,
pui'hj the ;;.de. the chimney of the house
'in which Adar.i r.kernno lives, in Skinner
Mreet, blew down and fell thro'igli the ro.,f
w'.ich broke Mr. A's Lg, and killed one ohh
1VIL .UVG TOiV, N. C. -
TCLSDAY, MAY 15, 180.
We hye to apologize to our readers or
an err.-r in our last patn-r, 14 lacnt'i'mg tlie
name of llolu rt C' iuati. . as a CanH
il;c to rcpre-.eut the Division ot lavcUeille
-In the Confess f.f hc U. S. Tlut ;cn:1e
mnisthr Rtnub'icaii C.nd':rtitr fi.rtn K
Itct jrto vote fr IVisiilN'i and Vn e-l'iti-lent
i.f the U. Stales. Likiwise for mem.
4jer f Assemb'y for the town ofrayvttcvilh-.
General Thonus Davis is named t.s the
Hej i.blican Cafididtt for Congies, for the
Division of Iliyettcvdic.
The Wilmington Packet, ich'r Venus, r r.
tived at this port last tvtninj, from Ntw.
, 'n X-T' TMctitff,r Ctrnuir tiv,
romnicnccdoiiTuevlav the 2Hh of Aprils-
Ky - division of the Hep'ubliran interc t, there
"were two candidates for each rf the eS'.res
of . rnor, Bnd Ikot. governor, vu. byn,
Aamn Burr, fur Governor,
Oliver I'hHps. Licuu Goveixon. ,
, Iff IllC OlhlT dilUiirtl, .
M'rsn I els, for Governor,
... , Joi" HrtiMnir, Unit. Governor.
T'ic pull, in the city of Nen-Yoik, l0ifd
tm Tl,undy tl.e tJfith.afurtn ai.iuMtcil ton
trst of thtct day ; the ruli tr-,j.,!r
.f an hundict; and one Cur Mr. Burr, and
The, Krpoblrran ticket fr mrinhcr ,f As.
Sfn.blv fr the tiiy r.d county .,"
Ne w.York, a cuTtud by a haiSsonie hu'.
Sjnnirl I.. Mitchttl and tWirl n. Tomp.
lin,U.t, rtputditai.t, aretlctttd HrpreM:n.
"The Jcti..n in nhodc.Mar.d hs termini,
ted in r-or or republic it.ism iuSot snuch
Ilyiheirritsl m S.n, f V '
llcro,r.pt. P.nkhitn, from BrUlot, Utidoit
te.totheiCsh March ha been rtctivt.
The had so frrtc overrd at to take W
nvial Mk in the K4rtlrn-thit 3?of.
rcersfiri!ifiotbo tute Wtn ttrrtlrd inl'a
risrvrcMpirry,myiij thc t,umU;.- sr.,
general Ferrino, Macdonold, and Massena ;
that the British squadronotf Boulogne, had
Captured 5 gun boats and sunk a number ol '
Others' full of transports. ;
" fat -
Capt. Kelly arrived at Philadelphia from
, Amsterdam, informs that general Moreau
andPicheirru had both been tried and mn.
demnyd ; he had hot hear of theireiecu
tion. The French - peneral Marrnnnt. hA
f. i & J ltHL(
j taken command of the Batanan troops,
I whose officers were said to be much dissatis
1 fied. An embargo was hourly expected to
take place, as a fleet was ready to sail,consist
; ing f 3 sail of the line, a frigate, a few
small armed boat,s, and 60 sail of transports.
A fleet bf gun-boats had sailed for Rotterdam.
On the 2 2d Feb. orders were issued for
-all neutral vessels to go in the road and give
room for the transports but were counter-.
manded next day, so far as related to vessels'
1 Nearly ready Lr'sea.'
j The Eliza, tf Providence, Capt. Holland,
also arrived at Philadelphia, from Alicant,
which he left the 28th February, informs that
when he sailed the Spanish' Packet was daily
. -expccled from A'livrs, and it was col.fldent
Iy believed would bring accounts' of thg libe
ration of. Capt. Bsinbriclge. and his officers,
through the interference, of the Dey and
Trench Commercial Agent resident at Al
giers. . - .
"I he United Stntcs4)rig Argus, Eieut . Hull,
,had arrived at Alicant, from Genoa, and in
formed, that the American . vesstU at that
.port had. been put iu requisiiuju to convcw
French troops on a secret expedil'mn. The
ship Alexander, Hoagdon, bf lkl.imvrc, w:s
one of them. , - ,
Capt. Young arrived at Providence, (R I.)
in 72 days from Cadiz, informs, that at the
-time of his sailing, the Spaniards were mo
mently expecting a war with the English.
' One French 74 and a sloop of war were
blockaded in Hue harbour by 3Tn,.Jish Jri
gntes. All Vessels from New-York'V.nd Phi...-
ladelphia are obliged 10 pt ( lbiTiru t v4a 1 Ut iie
of 40 days; Very little rcapect.'is p,ud to
bills of.hcaltli ; a vessel provided with one is
only permitted to 'reniaiti- in -pM t : but all
vessels without are ordered oil' ininiedia.ilv.
- . The London " Couti'et" of the 15th Murch
received at the office vi the New-York Mcr
enntile Adveiliser, contains the fojlou in
anities : .
Fichcgru had attempted to elude dis
covery by, using crulchtb. It is said, too,
in some Dutch pacrs which have been re
ceived to the IO1I1, that he had been a ioni--dcrablctim'e
in the 'huilleries before his
The firing heard at Deal and Dover two-n-
three d.ys ago, did not, it is now suid, pro.
ceed irom our cruisers, but from the enemy
.who were exerc sing their mortars, j;un-b.it-terics,
and L'olilhu Their boats and vessds
have made 1.0 niovemttit indicatory of an
iLiuiun 10 put 10 sea.
Capt.';htffic!d, of the Sdiooncr Tcrnper
ncc.anived ut Xtw-Yoi k,from ("aiulahnipe,
informs that i,n the 17ih of March, mi Lug.
lish Utter of Marque, having been taken by
tie Flinch nd brought into Guadrtlonie
was alttnvasds cut cut hi the English.'
Previous to the Frmch quitting herti.ey ap.
phed match to (he magazine, wh'u h wus
not pcicvivtd by t. F,iiKl.sh j u rur gcU
tmg a httle diMance from the Iwibour she
was blown u, with a tenible v plosion... .
'I wo English letters of inunfie. with valuable
tancoes, Wei brought ii.tu Guudaloupe bv
the French, about the lMhiduonr 6f which "
was taken idler an action tf ,,nrs, by
French privaieerof IS guns &nd a comulc
tmnt of nicn ; the letter c.r o.ar ue had only
16 men. The privateer had nlicvn
Extract of a kuerlr&m il cttr.lenim in Han.
en k oi.nty, tJct.t'gia, to his, lnm,i jn u,,
State, und.rdate o the till ult.
Yeurday nbout two o'ch.ck in the after-p-.n
a treiuci.dous toi tuclqoi a. mile and an
Jm,i,iii jidth, the muu ilitful.wl..rh U
ever visited thtf state, p,d within- n.ile
i.r this plce. In its pas.,;e ,.f i0 ,,t(
Huni the Oronec it pit n p-no-1 toeitia )mc
undcnpfkd and wounltd upwrds of fifty
crvn, tome of whof lives uredcspirtd of.
Tciidwtlhng louse and a Mit.bvrT,f hirn
and out hrt4M crc rr. - Itrtihc errand, and
h-ti Iv a M. I hirh h touAe and tie.dth
H'J.idcd w left on fc ,0,;,c. fot a lnQ of
any toUrnble sire can be ccn stundin; in its
trark. ChLage stmks not tix inrhn lontr
and pme atumpi nt waist h'.gh were torn
pby thc roots i Uds, books and other Turn.
urccr carrni ofTand tr.te ofs.,me
! them to he f t or ,erj 0r. A rns
cm at Mr. Wo.Hl'a was uktn up, the w bed.
fi n off aHe r whirtif g 7jo yards in the air.
an Jthe body w.s tamed Intter that half a
.....cociore it imto the ground. AmonKthe
tinfortur.Bte sulTcrers 4 womfmanrhiiaicre
crncd awiy in the whirUind, anJ hare not
7rt been found nor heard of. Several hor
cattle, kc. were killed, ind as our ii,r.,rma.
iKiu is quite mil r( knowing the distant!
I . Kone to the fill (at in cour.e wa,
fromihe S. W.) it i much to be feared that1
more dimtqe hit Utn done th.n we have
nf Onception of. This whlrUin l w.t not
rmire ync mmon than the kite or the hail
that preceded it. M,n( or hieli ft in thit
puce wriKlit d five cuncrs, n,eMurin eiKht
inthet Mund. and to,e intlosinr ttnall t,ie.
Jfs of j-w lmk These thinM mty .p.
prar inedible, Ul tl,y are hgt ,CM u7,
Extract of a letter from Wm. Lee, Esq. TJ. '
Stale Consul, at Bordeaux, February 10"
- 1804. ' r-'.. . - ' ''
It is impossible to give you -an idea of the
distresses of the, merchants of. this city.
C-edit -is totally destroyed, and misery is
depicted in the count.epnce of eveiyxoni
mercial man. What will be the end. of thi
God only knows. T would advise ail those
who adventure this way to send out intelli
gent supercargoes, whose integrity can be
depended on and if the merchants of the
United States were wise they, woul I accept
. offlo advance by means of facilities on Lon
don, or Amsterdam; Remittances to' these
places can not be made from this at the prt
sent..Cnsis without greatribk and uncertainty. "
I am settling' all'my affairs,' fcnd withdrawing'
ray name from -.commerce entirety in order
to live paceable and happy, and to enable
me to give a more effectual protection to tho.-,c
of my fellow-citiztna who rriay need my ks
sistance it) my -official capacity. A Consul
ought not to Lave his name in commerce.
Since the failure of Pcrot and Hinaud 1 have
been solicited to join some of the first houses
Jifcre,- JJut I find there i no pleasure 01 sufo
ty in comnierce in this country. I. have ,
thcrefcre resisted their ihiportunitics.
The Joseph and Phoebe, from Virginia to
Cowtsand a market, arrived here a few days
-since, and has been seized, vessel and cargo,
for having touched in Fngland.---The -vessel
I am in hoies we' shall get restored. The
brig Eafcle, Young.of New-York, arrived here :'
the 10th of January, from Bristol, having been .
t-ken in then; by an English privateer, and is
Ordered out immediately. " '
Thc ship Columbine, and cargo, of Boston ; '
and brig. Sally, and cargo, of Charleston, sei- "
zed by theruslom house for debts due from
StrobelSc Marline, villi) restored. '
The cargoes of the pch'rs Eagle and JelTer:
son, belonging to Bosttn, vbich arrived here
en the first and sixth inst. and consVncd to
Sirobel & Martine, I have had deposited i.V
t!i? Entrc)jt, under seal of the court of c(ui-
-berceviribjectto the. orders' of the p'ropiietbriiT
T..vtract of letter from a Midshipman on bnnrd
- the Constitution,- to his Irrend in Wihnnv--.
;ton, (Del.). - ,,r
-; ' Constitiuionatyracuse, Nov. 20, 1803.
" Dkah Sir, ' .
a4Vl am extremely happy (0 have it in ny
p'.wcr to inlorni yru sometUng 61 the to
tum ,!ai:ces of the Dey of ATicrs.
t He r.usinlns treasniY hfteen millions of
j VoII.irs ; his army consists of 20.000 horo
i and foot ; has ransomed frr.m him, upon an '
! aei.-.-ed culculal'on, 1CO0 slaves annually, .
i'at l00 dollars 'each. Taxes, rent, trade,'
I Cyc between foi.r a't.d fic miiiioir pincty
p fmir thimiand mhabitonrs in - the- vity of A-
I K"- rnaval force, fi..ur Trljiateshree brigs,
1 Uu schotriifrsAhree xebcrk shins. The
.iXt?i iwd cur consul, nud the utiiiOst sitter;- '
tn.ii .tas puid him hy'thc Dey's first officers
we believe the Unittdfjiafcs to be thc 'most
favored nation, lit made usa'handu.mc p. e
sent of bullocks. Klie:p, poultry, and vtge'ta
W'jx of evtry kind.
"The British consul is ordered fron Al-tit-n
we are informed the Dey hut a nuiu
Ur ol Brii.slnuljjects at labour." . 5
llicre arcletfe'rs hi '(own which '.atc that
tl etm;srfrof Rusia hus by his ambassador
ut Constantinople inteifrrtd with his pood
nff cet to th irle:f c of the Vlkers u.id t is
rt:.-rj V. S. fnute Philadelphia. . .
( Aura a.)
AlcttcrTrom Washington, says ' govv.-n-ri.tr.t
has received a long letter from tl e re
throned Tri(K,litan Bashaw, in which It it,,
forms thc President tlut he has a large lon e
under his command ; but being destitute tS
arms, stores and money, he is unable to mv.i.e
any ottcrr.pt to retrain his authority in Ttipi.li.
That he wishes the United States to advance
him 0,000 dollars j for wiii.h l.c promise
ujHjii suet ceding to the BcysMp, to rci-a-e
all American .prisonert in Tripoli and to
repay the money, lie oRlm as a guarantee,
to give possession to the Uuilcd Stales,, oLthc
iioin5-i pflt he hat at hiidijjios.jl; Jft rnt
Bsshnw it i said has already gained fcCinc ad
to&tagci over the iiurper."
A con fctarcounl from the Med it r rtan.m
ttitf , thl the TrijHditant lightened, &:vQr;t
ofTthe rhdadelj.l.ia frigate, in 43 hitir, t.nd
that tl.e was moored in is fett water in the
lutWirnf Trip.li. They have tinre Jvtr.
tiled her f' rs ltt Main. Capt. Jlaittbriilt.e
and hitoffici r, are all-jwrd the hberty oftl c
city ; but the crew ate chained two and two,
a.id obliged to lbourat Mavd. Itistxpect.
ed that commodore Puble will mVc an at
Uropi to cut her cut with k'. Iwatt.
P.tnrrrffnet tf Ruonafartt,
, However LnlUhmtn may timtl at Buona.
June, and ttrive to depict him in an ut.fa
oursb? point of vie w to the orld. it is not .
for the Amrricans to revile an iti'tividonk
who ht, nit to many occasiont ethibiled
friendly diosit'Hn townh the U. atf .
A recent itittaiue cf hit fiirndship tnwardt
thit country must excite ri'reni foe the
mn, however inimical rnir fcUow-ritiicns
iniy be to hW politics. When the news wf
the tost of the IMiitadrtphia fiigiie arrived at
Pari, Buonaparte, without the kat delay, J
drmcd a letter to Mr. Livingston, cur atw
tastsdor there, (Tiring him all the atnkss
which it wat in the power of the I'rcn h f,o
ernmenttn render In br half of thc captive
crew of the fiigate Philadelphia ami like
'ne ad Ircsscd aletter in his own hand sri
t.njtath, Uthaw of Tti;oU, upttunCi