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& M.t.,,rh. in hts opinion, reqairedsev
i the house Wd ualUrir were cleared
m members and -oflieetthWV
J, bort lime the doors ri iwa, opehcd.
The total a -nhsr of ships' of
is 1022, oT which -63 ire 6f the
. . . . tie A r. ro f . m ITT
3V - 14 knmK nrw4.Rr hir. 4 72 armul
r 0ai ft wi" - -'-i' -j - - .
45 cuirs, 6V ach oonr and lugger.
.election for nvmben of Congress took place
, Jersey on ine
rifle company of captain Forsyth, nrw,dti
r .u., vi I 9rtti u hirh wtt rwitri
Lii.rs oi nc .-, .......... --jr- --o-
.alhteu in onn vyruiuiQj u um u-
Iyn emistmems ior nc yens,
Lii Crolise'nioV'lirsHrheafth in that
L pot una baying died since their ariival
jfil daie or Nov. 4, states that the French
f fa Centre and th ftoatb, In the Pen
tere more than 80,00,7 strong, and. were
surch upov Madrid. A private letter re.
is,Ne, YjrV from Portugal, states thai
iVfeMtflftton7 was drawing toward Lisbon,
y iwcred t44fnOaiv 4Uutf. be. o :
W of Spain and Portugal 19 nveenjnaafe a
i common, eaerrt. . ..
Jt appears that Mr. Hani-ton, secretary ot thet
. T nay,-di' wiHtniy'riswii Iws post, but: was
. thieretaimpelka by ihe ugesiions'bT MrMa:,
, dison. Sone misunderstanding, relaiive to he
I insertion f anoteV announcing Mr. Hamilton'?
WiridraWa1 in the Na'ional -iDteUigencer, be.
publican, have produced - the following state
mcnts . . '... 'v -"v ;
. ifras hingtonf M.',IT, 18 13. '".-
Sir My friend having referred you to me, relaC
live to the conversation alluded to in your note of
this morning; I send ypti a statement ol what I
betievr to have taken place between Mr- Hamilton
and myself. It was perfectly understood, that 1
f was at liberty to repeat the conversation, and Ire.
grei extremely the circumstance of its appearing
in printj as well as the nect-ssity of following 'u
with my statement tint having had the most dis
tant idea of a controversy growing out of my re'pe
thion 1 of it :
Tayloe in a conversation he h!d with Mr.
rlamilton, on the subject of his resignation, clearly
understood him to say, that after ctpn versin wit h
the President nin:taval affasrsj the President oh
serred 'io Mr. Hamilton , that unless a cnangd in
the head 5h'f ihJrtJepar ment took place, hoappror
priation would be made hy congress' for the navy.
Hamilton replid, that he tfyupu there viat 9
'erhttvat Af(i.,N-.VA learn that, a, model
L Redttfr's iceotly1 discoverrd vrncijle,
L;iJl nranounced the hchetwl motions.
scflftiw pf nis.ar9'.ner, .,sna - mu snoruy. oc
1 sv 'in -'D..'.' to...
' ' ' ' it -fu. r
Mtewa specimsni or rteaucucra rurpciuo
ih? been tktn to pieces' bv Mr.FuIton
her; sckntinc geotiemen m torn..
once discovered the''decefj. Th
I f;i turned with a cord 1y a JTeip in " the
We are at wai Jitr te liberty of t he seas
fref trade, and yet we cannot rtiuv: without a
tv. W i un'ieruiana inai iuc pc ui 11 cut. 11
jtrflhat 1$ a perniiisston'to trade to; Franu,
riand ahd allyi whse blulcs we are fighting)
vgM&rttg of Baltimore, is no less ;lian Two
,wi Dollar . We turtne' unnerst .na; tnat irom
to tWcntv vess-h are "l'Mdine -for! France,
l will bring to MoniiftirScrriiniet anff Co! from
to forty thousand good rfor.ars'. lnr:tfignsh
fa origiully tost stwu. RyoTlai-Vbttt ,tt
into second and third Uanas, tftt yttave neen
Jtram 700 to liSO dollars. -V.
1 Xorfofk Lcdgcft
By a pilot who came up this morning, we are
informed, lhat a schooner and sloop were longsidq
the French ship Tameilane,. yesterday', nd that
she was on her bcanl ends.' N British man -of
war in sigbt. v
, . S""-',- "" i ' - ' 'S
Tr.CaptArltoof the ship HopC in'dayii from
fisbon,. arri vH' at jkhls D rt, ihfbrras, that tfieday
before he" left Usbori oSicfal accounts were receiv
ed there of a bloody battre fiMight neir Dargoy, in
which the English claim a victory, having taktn
400Q prisoners. The slaiiJhier bit Tioth sidetwus
immense ;tKe battle being tdught almost cutnely r board the ship Frances, which states that on
with the bayonet. Brougn: no papers. ;
After , fotir or five day's preparation, allowing . union and Guerrkrc
ampie ume ior renecijon. ior uie angry passiwis
to be assuaged and subdued to the domirtian of
the judgment; Mr. SpeaKe'rvCLA'T, on Frtday,
assailed Mr,' QatKCT. in a declamatory harBngue,
army had turned in7 J , the main hofy had dr-
jiearrd, and nothing remained but a long bill, f 1
which the- gore mm eo t would endeavor to etavt oti
We nndcrstan.3 that Hngsdier General Hull- U
to be tried by a Court Mart ial in this cm-- Tii
touVt to open on the first of Febfuary. PfdU .
Capt. .Hull, in the frippre Constitution, cam
very near being more fo'luoate than He ,wt in ilv
Capture of the Guerriere, as we find in" the Lor
don Courier of the 14th Oct. a letter from o.
19ih Aiir abput 1st 40, long. 57, he fell in with .
fleet of Q 1 -bee merchantmen, in a very scatters. i
state, and that one league off he saw two largn It 1
gtes engagKd, whicb must have been the Consu
On the 29th ult. by thtj Rev Humphrey TIuV
Hitsriii Y Web, esq. attorney at law, to M
Ara of the defianmtnt Urhefrfcle ifoteto buildfoitrUon bwiC IHtt.fclaieKk .plI5r?P?,Be"WTrm8, "P 81 m. paries -fci
74 and kx frigate ; to which the President! epli 9iste(l simpt4i unveiling denfreracy, in stripping ourntf Wtr, o tbj .Fe:
ed, he thought he wa mistaken, as ihe current of! sit false guise trohn.tbe inachmatioDS anjf 8ch3m
puDfic opiiSion wds 36 much against him. In an-f or a
swer to which Mr. Haruliton aid v then air laiail
resign. To which the Presi lent, replied, I thought
that wouM 'be your honorable course. -Mr. Hamil
ton then observed, that dn returning to his house,
ho wrote to the EJkor of ihe National Intelligent
cer the foltqwinj; effect: ' ' "
Mr. Ha'rnilton has resigned Mr situation as
secretary of "the nafry." ; ,
,wun wntrn inceauor wern w mc uiui'i
where it was altered to the style in which it appear
ed in ihe' iNTatioiyal' ltitelitgehcerV'which' surprized
him. as it itifferetl.se materially front , the stjte
mtnl he seat to the office', 'as he had not. before
contemplated a resigna'ion.,r ',r" -'''-
So fir I repeat what I then" believed to have
passed between as, but in a cbnversatron which"!
h4ve since had with Mr. Hamilton, he says, that
the pan of the above statement in iulics was ad
dressed to and not by him to the President .
Mr. Hamilton acknowltdged, ihat he was unde.
the impression that the alteration in his note han
uken pljce at the President's, and to tr satisfied,
lie went to the printing office of Mr. Gales,' to See
; he original note, where he was informed it was
HertrfvtJ. but wjs assured it wa correctly copied
ialTKlDrin.ed in theNatioiial Imeingv;hee'r, hich
me of our patent Virginia democrat, are he was induced to believe might be the case as he
ig consolation irom trve circumstince 01 x y .
ih bifinj'jas they say, an Irishrran ; 'he fac is!
tlitveh is a native.of yirgini- ; but su; p se
jtherwiser we see nothing to' furnish consala
late Capt. CU,cli of fac'ious mt mory.
T9 was person wh at the ' sam time was
man ; hewas ti" vrne.,nf company of which
(Jwch w one, wr.. wj rouch rollitd about.
buntrynwn. The Capiainrho s as a! vavs rej
04erv?t, viemimtn, me ptrson you soe" K 01
l in Irishman, and 1 do not SiV, tht hets
Wer for .tht ;ut f will tntu-e to siy, thit
oakl have rtmtned a long tifne in his own
before he . wt)u(cf have been a member of
Eiuitnt, or a Colonel." ,
. hcrf,ik LrdgtT.
I am, sir;
Your ob t strvant
X Wagner, Esq.
onersiad that Mi'- Pearson on Sa uHay,
whe j W incraMng the-army wasumler dis-
, j . Jrtl ti..-. ii . r .
'irniftvuKSH auxaazjq ru(jnviev oi-out' rtiauoiis
Biifflaniraf dumiwistrated bv the corrtspon
ketrfthe two nations prior ai;oVuhsrqu-iVt''To
manivmorwari n reh'. Mr.-C.'dh-.v... said
NirprUedi6 hpar any. fneasurt recomm-nded
kh would relax :heexertions of g tvenrhent ; it
WK.tne way to n?gociaiwt'h tha proud high
W power. He "Whs, wiB injr a state, however.
(WSatisfaciion of the gentleman, that ihe sub
"ijwate bad been wider debate tn thtr rabinet
viMnrae. He-.would n(n pledge himself th Vt
Wnare would bk adttpted this session ; bin
6 Add be done, if the. nuionil honour did not
4 il, negotiation would be commenced before
M thesession--:-s;;.;; ' v.
marked by; peculiar m.lii:nity, and wfiich iti htiz rouNgr,- daughter cf- den. Peter torn.
vulgar traducement and foul scurrility has rarelf ; all of Lincoln county- ,
been exceeded by the Vhtg, Aurora, or the scan ' On Saturday, the 2d instant, , in St. Miclta-'
dalou;Chronicle. , In shorf, all men of sense, de , church, Illoorftingdaje) by the Rev. Mr Ja,v
cency or hooor, that we luye heard express. an -Is Ac Hvlu Esq of the United States' Na. y.
opmion on tbVWhject, concur as to tbe tota.1 ab-TMiss A in M. tUrny. .daughter of Elisha iy
ense of etc' J thing which characterizes traih arid
: JbAr; itt'lpl'ti&oW for whfch Wefeoebed
imbition an4 nersotjat'sggrandtieDttnt jo( oiif
of Saybrook, CoBjiecticnt. .. Bait. Fed. Uas.
ral Courrw the Viiftin i) stirtct.
'tMW ' III
Mlerr in.posrvoyingrthe , conduct and POcJr;;' "''Wy 'BOY LAN.' '
Bonaparte, .and tftltneaunz the character ot his, has aKCtivEB. this wiStkr SftvuaAt iMPOif.
nateltite and humble tool at Mop,ticeilo. This.was vr6.. ' tati;vs or a -its; : '
lone in a style of manly eloquence deemed com. ; Jmong nvhitk are the tott..iomg :
patible with parliamentary freedom of debate, ancl Gill's complete Body xf Divinity ,- 3 vols,
was decided by Mr,; Speaker himself to be. CQniis-' Mason's Spiritual Treasurv, 2 . s.
tent with tbtr rules, order. : ,. 7 tackhouse's History of tbe tfible A vols
' Th trmh of Mr. Qncy's premises and dedue ;.Buck. Geological lScttcnaryl 2 vols,
tions, atwl the Mnpossibil'tty of refuting them, iat f Miscellany, 3 vols
once accounts-for, the vindictive spirit which they Campbell W the Gospels
inspired, and the' eorresppndiug efforts of, ..VhePal.ejf'a Evidences, of Ch'ristianitf
creat Court Stentor to make a saint ot an atheist,
and a pat riot of a proffigaie The gent? man from
loston had audacioasly ''vWkd'' the G;at Napo' Davjes' Sermons, 3 Vols. " 'V
IwnfYespdared .to yiLLirv'' the emperor that Doddridge Family: Ekposnnri 2 vols. .
loves'this people the. bead and front of, his of- rhs corftplete Duty of Mani by H Venn,
fending was denouncing a despotism the most Ford yce's Sermons to Tnub Women
Toel, bloody and ferocious, under which humani- .DoddridgVs ditto to Youth" ' J "
y has ever, groaned. This affjaled an opportuii. Co' fes&ion of FaitK"and Constitution oFtht
tv to the litge subject and. admirer of the great Presbyterian Churches in thejU. S. : 4
emperor t relat an anecdote of a Frechmn and Scott's r.vwys
lady, Divine: the peixect inditu:rence of bts
Ulj?e that Mr. Speaker has aa few qualmi of this
kind as the marauder of Europs. Tbe relation
f the ocmrreiice in congress was. however, cal
cilHed, and no doubt intended,, to gratify the
MsumptuQrts vanity of the French, and their
hrefwd representative here.
Clark's"Dt courses to You'h "
, Saurin's 'Select Sermons
Wesley Sermons, 5' vols, "' '
Galluwav 0" the-Propbcc6i 4b2s
Newtort's Works, 9 vols.
, Dick and Perry on Inspirr-tion
Practical Piety, bv fannah Meore,
: Ferguson's lloman Republic. 3 vols.
;Wdgh fui iilY liasfpssf ;he lower hmrse
j ' k-,'fxutc''tethst thi' senate wili'-ou't'their
pbr if. hidi petiient of ths Lobictiotw against.
!tRortf:'of" the oMect whfch if Come-rntd&tes1
Mih'itoiori t a tutHvui v)at he b l itsc If
-1.. i'. . : i l..- . , t r -'. .-. .1 .
7 TOviousiy ana raicaiy neiecuve 10 esctpe
:tttict "ah.f ('ppbsitjOii of every re'isonable toaiu
defects have been already soTirtly examined
.biyexppsed by the oppmnanisi of '.be bill in
Wse' ftf represvhtaiivest that it is iWinvcessary
fRipeifliibtiS to add anyrirrtir to hat has been
ijf heard font fha't qurirfer. It fact, ihe absur
pf enlisting ftol jieri l.irvor year, ,lo do wiihifr
I'll . 1 i f . i. . ' : ?. ' t
me.ine woikoi tnrve years a' inc. very least i
ve, acknowrtdgtru by the pon chanmaii
ee Wbp reports ih bill, hims-r f; but
j)rtly vXMiatW ravh ti' the
wMilfin.thlS. FpiVm lnin
com matid of he woiV, .
at .bat lime seemtd
er the welglr of
t ot the
Mr. Gales was introduced, to me loMIie- pur
. . , k j t . i ..
the ujrc ot an article wnicn..ijpeareaa iew uayi
sihse in ihe o.!erul iteptiblican. He said it wa
matte- of rerrt. on account of the pain it. won)',
give to an unfrttmate -familvsnd was noftrut
as it respected -hupself .That ahe article wlvcli
1 pasted in the National Intelligencer was copii.
fr m a note seotto him from Mr. Hami'ton -fv.
when fr. H. called. on him and remarkedi the'
his notr as published had been aUereAhe fho
Due? d rHK ntK, which surprised M1 H. nl -rtijliid
to MrGlle'sj-that he ,re rlleftfeL.lhlvl.:
wHnen. tvo notes,, and "the . wrong; one hud Ik
accidi!)ta!jy: sent. I i mroe dia'tel y ol set.ved to "M r .
Cales. hat ihe publication .of thnt mte woTit
complexly exonerate iim?ielf--it vas all the v.
dence Reeess-ry.-lr. "ti. replietl, thai thtol ibc
auk hardness of his partiVer, wio was not verv wel!
a'q'jiintetTwith the office) the .nf-'-fts DU?KT
But Mr. HvQuld confifn al! Ue"had aail. " I oo
served, 1 hat ' he note, b a certificate frOm Mr. H.
to b . sarine effect, would be sufficient evidence, and
when furnished, would b-' Inserted.
.. r: ;' '; .; I G. R'chaRDo, Jr..
George. T vwnvJanviSrv 12, lTrt5r
In the Supporter of 111. 12 h ult. we stated thai
General 'Harrisoivhad bee apoointed a Major Gk.
Vii-ral'' in the ?t my of Uv Uoittd States. It no
appears that the. information then "tt eivtd was no
correct. I he senile have only confirmed his ap
puavrhent ii BVigadier G neial, which Commis
sion, we understand. Siieral Harrison haSfdecfin-
ed accfnanii,' because he would then be the young
est officer, but one. of tint erad, in th Umted
S-aes ; aid of course could not take ihe command
8ui tbe part of Mr. So aker's sneech which ex ! Female Biography, or Memoirs of illustri.
.led most distrust, o't hj fl.or and in he galleries, I ous women of all egt and countries by
vas cmprised in his illttstrattonsof Mr. Jvffersort's;,, Mary Hays, S.VWs .
TTryleer'un I cfesTacter-and the pir dlr l dnmn Plirwdeu!s Hist jry of Ireltud, 5 vols. I
eHzn .htm and Mr. Qu icy. ..Tknr wion? Jlo!ina's Hiity of t'hi-u 2 v- Is. with maps,
J(fa daws .Aw titk-3'X.. i?8V,-1D'wt t f tfce vi yolt, ) ;
uUlM and Henery. iv. of trance, oi wax? wummapi
Isciriitj' and Jesti Chri.it. Sec. auch shocking Staunton1 Embassy to China
Usnberhv. whir. 1 never before poll.ited the walls Life of iir William Jon: s
if corig'resV'f''4?h'ugh:' " the red artillery of' Cavilloon Elt
1 . . .,. .J : o 11- vt. o in
Congress, nug vc ins rei aruiitryy ji nvi.u on ciciiii(.ity, j mu.
leaven" hati a-tn cnilfd for 10 annunlate fc,nglno; f ,Mienor 1 rvels in ureece una Asia 3 vs. iu
t wasfjjr to presume
.'nmdtrte m invuftintar
ery part of (he itouse.' FbefeSfw b;ovever, no German Theatre, do. do. o." do.
.t her cvidencA of disaDiirobation tUin'was to'- be ! The Looker-on,'-.4 vols ' do., do. do.
ctric.iiy, 3 vols.
veU in Greece m
fould have produced ari Kmies's Elements of Criticism. 2 vols.-'-'
irVrall to order from ! Hoole's Atiosto, 6 V Is. London, calf, giltr
e-u in' the exoTessioo of horror " anchdij-ju 3t ' Ch.iu.ers Works.. II vols. do. do do.
,friml Tsred uoon the countenances of oye 1 Shakespeare's do -21 vuls. do ;tlo. do.
itanHeri.I Tbe nrofne allusion aside, fh riechHV alts' VVorks, 7 vols. do. do. do.
.equlre4 but a short answer? a southern member' Everjsman his own Gaidar, by Me
a.i jTrsHtedT-ilTe-altemattve would liave4)een, re- L and ArcronobiejL
trar.t .Or bite the diist. .
Judgirg f.f the future from the past, we see cause
in the latiui le of (luciisVion ivnv allowed in coh "
ijress," to congratulate the pp'e upon the restora
tion of perfect freedom of debate, and the probi
bl2 CQntlttded enjoy meat of this insiimable
pri vilegeV present iri j at thisti ne a. sate of things'
in that body, at variance with the violent and un
punished usurpation committed last year in the
person of Mr. Randolph, j ' v
fv - Geo. Fed. Rfi. -
16 )0 ,
Alarihill on Gsrdeiiing, 2 vyls.
Ktrwin on iviaui ie
Knet f on EJuCdtion
Vision of Don Roderick, by Walter Scott,
Lemorierfe's Universal Uioraohv. 3 veds
1 - -
Coxe's Russian Uiscoveties.in Arneiic;i
with maps and plates,
Pike'a Expeditions to the sources of the
Mississippi, thro' the Wtstctn parts
Louisiana, and a tour through the inte
rior parts of New Spain, with maps and
Ewell's Medical Companion , v
Thomas s Practice
2 . '
61 T .
8 5 . , t,
hirff her carco has no doubr been taken ou-.
the British ships. Tbe Globe" ptivateer, of
S more, went down yesterday, as did several
Soata;- In besunR -down the uiooe coif a
C but was soon off and has returned witb.
netitioit tJVe sentiments h3 most humilitating. Gillies' History ol the World, 3 vols.
to everv American heart. . Not cement wnn uoto 1 ipcieni uircce,
, M?. Jb svi v os, deli gat . f om the India Territ
17, presented, a petitionjrom the inhabitan's of
Kuld 'tir itnv comnlainioi? that the. Kentucky
r -.-- . 7 . " .---r:. - . .,. - ,. .-... 1?-r.il .-.'.
V olufrteers,, under gen. ti pKins, sen; ir.io me , Taunton s v irgn, uuiisiujuis.
erritory-jojprotect ij from the savages, had com. Wilson 01 Diseases 2 volt.
milted 'he most wanton depredations on the tohabi ! Carey s Pocket Atlas,
uatsof the-samtory, on almost every species of t Virginia Spy, Jefferson's Manual,
their property--the petitioners .ask corrensailon The Hpi'it of the Bok
r-. ik-c ;n;..r r.nm th (.United States, fbe SmirtH Horace, Frances' do
rj-aes; ana 01 course cuuiu hui mc .um.i." 1 ...-v ...j... , - - j . 1 t-; 1 ' . .
r, thcNofh Wtsicrn army over geni Winchei accompany hgVrauch-rs proved the facts. Tfasf Ml.htn' Population, 2 vols.
ter, wno is a senior oijicer. uue w re wmraicu
he "ih'.en.fs to coniinus in thi command, during
the present -'campaign, Sunder his commission, as
major generaf oftlte Kentucky quota.1
- '':: .
" To oiir last we noticed that a British frigate had
chae'ed a French ship into the bay. We have
since ascertained that the French ship is ihe l'a
merlane, 10 weeks from Bordeaux, bound to Bait i
more, wilrra valuable cafgr of silks, laces, wine
and brandy, and that the British ship is the Tar
tarns of 20 guns In the pursuit both'ships got
on shore upon the Middle Ground. vThe Tartarus
threw ail ner gun cverooaru oui iuui, vj nunu
means she was got Off, .
pilot boat was decoyed alongside, and was in
tended to transport the- cargo Of the Tamerlane
on board theTartarus. A peUy officer who was
ch rged with the execution of this duty, nbrbeiriK
very vigilant, the pilots cost off the fasts that held
Jfhem to the Tanjerlane ahd made sail for'jhis
okce, where they-aVrived yesterday mornings with
the officer and three men. 7 Y'estetday two boats
Wougbt up the passengers and crew of the Tamer
supposed sbe cannot be got off,4ho:
3 2 :
the enemy the uUnost mischief possiblethese vol.
unteers, si much etdogised tn the annais 01 me
government, fall upon the friends they were eent
to prote"c in . the commission of offences disgrace
ful tc society, instead of chastising tne lavages
We must pay those volunteers for committing
degradations, and the Inhabitants Of Indiana for
suflVrmg them. This-is working at double lides.
with a vengeance, upon the Treasury of the United
Slates v - .
y"f British partizn officer recently,' at St. Re
qit, York, paid, himSelf, for a few artiales plan
dtred by some Indians of the party, from one of
our inhabitants. But there is a great difference,
ihs British are monarchisfsi and those Volunteers
are Republicans. - -' ,
Besides the ordinary expenses of the govern
ment Of Pennsylvania,-and allowing 60 00 J loll irs:
a.year for extraordinary calls, that Stale has a clear
annual income of 300.000 dollars.
a step towards Despotism necessary at thi (twie.
a diminution of the rights ol our country,- e-Tpr
dientJ 1 i ; '-
Concise History of the War.
2 f C
Richie's Memoirs of Europev3 vols.
M-'moih s Cicero, 3 vols,
Boswell's Life of Johnson, 3 vols. .
' -' '' ' Tour to the Hebrides
"X:jL -, - -.--T.-KEW NOVELS. .
VivianS vols. :
Milesian Chirf, 2 yoh. '
Self Indulgence ' '
sylum, 2 vols.
Mar.ietl Life. 2 vols. "
fhs best WrhitigPap;-, by .were? wqmre.
Red.and Black Scaling W i. Red and Blfck a
fers. licd and ribek I n't Powder. "India -Ink
nne r Pai-i. hiTl-e Tane. ' Inksra.tds.- Q id's
of the best kind. Copy and Crphcriog'li..- '
Little &c Smith's Mnsk Bl-nk B,,ok f
. Poritft I.lp-ers. Lfdyrs, Journals, r,t,.
Record Book. ' Blank !C 4es iChecis.:; Omn'.t:
CoW KlW A
. January 22.-" v.. .''' t ',
hn i : Hcno hinted ith the n-nHrir'
. 7. 1 3'u " 1 r j . . .
hurniofij AWSncRTto 1 it -e1n ' rd and '
iclt Yiid during tlnf snmmer of 1BI3 ;
lum woua and t- her man, who can proaucc ii
nooWs'of his 'character, will receive Kooa wJVjrSs
to.ihe Sirlftnbtr m rtait-ijrn. -
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