4- if- '
. fore-tf the Ute.UflU.ed' St. Frigate Chesa
t'euke. . "" ' '. ' . V '
'N 'do Tuesday, June Ht, at"fc A. M, we -onmoor-.
d sh'ip end kt meridian got noder way from
VitiiVtc"ts Roads. with. light Wind ffqm tbr
,!J.ouihrA tind westward,' artd proceeded on a
, 'cTtflRt-.'v A bip was then in sight in the offing,
hish rnd the appea"ance of;ohjpjoLtfri-JaiU
whictti- from information received from oilot boats
craft, w believed to be the British -Fratei
" Shannon. We made sail in Chase and clear.
ed 6l.ip 'for-action. J Atf half past, four P. M. ihe
v - -hove Tioswith her head to the southward and east-
ward. At 5 P M. took in the royals end top.gal
' lant ails, arid at hid f p-ist 5 Hauled the courses
Vupi.Aboti 15 miauie-before 6 P. M. the action
Commenced within pistol shot. , The first broad
iide did gret executiofTofi both T "sides, damaged
p Our ringing, kilted among others' Mr. White the
' sailing master, and Wounded captain Lawrence.
; p about 12 minutes ftei the commencement of
the action, we fell on board of . the enemy and
- immediately after one of our arm chests onr the
goarter deck was blown up by a hand grenade
thrown from the enemy's ship. In a few minutes
- one of the Captain's aids came on the gun deck
" to inform me that the boarders were calkd, I im--mediately
caljed the Boarders a way and proceed
?ed to rhe. spar deck, where 1 found.that the ene
ftiy had succeeded in Wdfiilig us and hart gained
r possession of our quarur dtck. 1 immediately
X gaye orders to haul on board our fore tack, for
lhe f)uTpOie of shooting the ship cleartffthe other,
and then made' an attempt-to.' regain the quartet
deck" but yis wounded and thrown. down on the
pun deck. I again made an effort to collect the
--boarders but in the rnearr time the enemy had
gained complete possession of the.ship.
I On my being earned down to the cock-p'it, I
" .there found Captain' Lawrence and Lieutenant
t Ludlow, boih mortally wounded ; the former had
'; been earned below previously to the ship's beiag
; boarded j the latter was wounded in. attempting
to repel i he borders. Among those whcferl ear
Iy in he action was Mr. Edvard J. Ballard, the
I .4thXkuteiiant, end Lieutenant James Broom, of
3Hjirints,:.: -.. '-: , : -.-' .
" ; I herein enclose you a return of the killed and
k-wounded, by which you wiB perceive that evtry
officer upon whom th charge of the ship wovdd
-devnive. was either kdlcd or wounded previously
;-. to her capture- The . enemy reported the less
of Mi- Wattj their first lieotenant ; the purser,
I'HftainsVileTk'an '. -fl3 seamen Icilted i and
i'bapin Broke, a midshipman and 56 seamen
1fours3ed. ' , .-
&r & wtefti?". T'fdsftefe andiiuflitfialTfr, VoUay
the apphensions and restore Ihe confidence of
trie eastern and; Commercial states to remove
ijieir actual surtetings, and to replace therft in
the happy and prosperous condition from which
iheyhaye beeh driven by a succession of mea
sures, hostile to the rights of comtnerce, and de
. It is hcJFlo be-ex'pectedf thatVhaidy and in
dustrious peopley instructed in the nature of their
rights, and tenacious of their exercise, whose
criterpnze was a source of individual wealth and
national prosperity, should find themielv? s oblig
ed to abandon their accustomed , employments,
and relinquish (he means of subsistence, without
complaint, or that a moral and christian people
should contribute their aid, in the prosecution of j
an offensive war, without the fullest evidence of
its justice and necessity. , ;'
The Uniled States, from the form of their grv
ernmeni, trpm. the principles ot their instructions,
from the sacred professions, which in all periods
of their history thsy have made, from the maxims
transmitted to them, h? patriot find sagfcs whose
loss they can never sufficiently deplore, as well
as trom a regard to their best and dearest inter,
esis, ought to be the last natlonto engage-in a
war of ambition, .or conquest, .
The recent establishment of thsi'r institutions,
the -'pacific, moral and industrious character of
their cinzens,the certainty that time ind prudent
application of their resources wbal'd brinij a sea
sonable itaedy for any transient wrongs, would
have induced a wise an 1 provident, an impntial
arid temperate administra'ion, to overlook, if it
had been eoessary, ony temporary evils, which
either rth7"am'biuon7The'"tiftct.,st, the. cupidity, or
;lw injustice of forergn powers might occasionally,
and without any deep ind la&ttng injury, have in
With these .maxims and thee views, wc
cat mt disc. any th')g, i the "policy of foreign
na:ioas iov rd.t u's, w',i;ch.in pnint of expediency.
re(piird the sacrifice f sc. many and sb certaiii
bLrsiivs, as might have been our pardon, for
mh h t'reidful and inevitable evils, as all wars, and
especially i.i a republic, email upon -the people. .
But, when we reyitw the alleged causes of the
war against Gieat Brfeain, and more particulaily,
the pretences for its continuance, afier the prin
cipal oe was removed, we are constrained to say,
tiiat it tms ine nunos ot tne goon pcotie oi tnn
Commonwiialth, with Pifi'iite anxittv and alarm
We cannot but recollect, whatever the pt
act eotitled An act to raise en additional mir.
fprcc; find. for.oihe't .rwrpbses.,.:
l iic iuuk resoivca useu into a
ofhe whole on the bill to hy and collec, a ,
ia, wunm me U- allies; and fitter
H.;xn- i k ATrrter ran ineODie.TWK ,tW7 "
-.;m m Hlrtrw th true character inn po-
Llicy ofFrance,,at to actjutt our owp oroccr. v. -
suppression too serious to be overiwn,i y
en. '-. - '5V. i
But whatever may be the true state of this, mtys
terious transacjjon he promptness' with which U.
Britain hastened to reptal hr ordera,Jerore:the
declaration of, ar by ihtw United States was
known to her and the restoration ofjan immense
,..,f r nn,nwv tUt-n within her. oower, , can
leave but little doubt that the war on our part
was pre mature, and still less, that the perseverance
in it, after that repeal was known,- was imfacier
imfiolitit r and wjuH M 1 .
It was improper, because it manifested xn this
instance a distrust in the good faith and disposi
tion to peace, of a nation from which we had just
received a signal proof of both. (.
It was impolitic, because it gave countenance to a
charge of a subserviency to the views of t'r'anpe,
and of an ulterior design of co operating with her,
in the profligate and enormous project of suhjuga
ting the re3t of Europe. , --?.'
It was impoliticas it tended to Unite all de
sciiotlonS of Deoolei ..in, England in favor ol the pre-
.1 L. . ... aa 4..- ak M f m .1 M 1 nnrlH.Irl , A 1 i a. a . a. 1. 1 . 1 1
sent war, ana to convince incra,.nuwtw tww.'iv-w u'ww uo w uk. 4jh-. ana oe prjm
ouslv, that moderion-and fjirness on her 'part,'. Mr, Hichardon subsecpiendy preterit..,! ,(
only laid the foundation of new claims and higheti protest oft he minority ofthe LfgisUturc t vl
preten'ions-on ours. t. mcbuku,- aguuisi iue uocmnes ami pn.,c;
hnrwesTttVcorthei- atnencJefl; 'tD
deed to be engrossed and read a third ' ti
Wednesday.r:: imra tln
i no Din irom tne acnate to aojnori J
raishie a corps of sea fenc blea" ,..,: H
and referred to (he military commitiee, .
was the bill to amend th rt in ..i:.:' M
the committee rose, reported progrt.s in C '
and obtained leave to ait again. -
lr.!FUk of N Y. offered the following rcS(ll
tion for consideration :
liet'jtvtt That the
Means, be instructed to prepare and reju
A:nn.A ...:..:' u. tt o ... " J.
ajliruu uuiuitu will. 1.1 I4IC J aiaiCS. Nt)l J,l
TvEsnAr, Jo tie. 29.
Mr. Pickering presented the:.Memnrial r n.
agaihiit the war, whichAe "read in hUnljc,. '
ii'ivi iwiv.j Miyiw- man iwu lOqr$ IcnWh
It was unjust, because the evidence arwraea oy ; oi jne remonstrance justunenuoned : which
the promsn reprul of ihe orders in coui'csi. oup,nt,,re8'j. nruereao n on toe table, spd be prir,.
to have-snthfiod Us, thaf Great-Briiain '.".s in.' .f-. 7oi0, ftoin.the committee on MIUu-
r- . . - . . j 'r rr m ..I. f '
i . . . i ; M .r M a : i- .i Hiring Bn 1 1 r a . t; iriun in ri 1 1 i" "i m ihu v n . . .
relations with the United States ; and all wirs lion lo tha o.il I supplementary Ho the actfcirf,4
are u.Viust, the objects of Which can be attaine d by ,ing an adiitionsl jnilitary force, Bee. which
neiocH'-on. x ;.. 'committed j-a'hd ats(he,tni.:f' auhoris tu
It win u yuit, because the wnoreriti story ot our raising a corps oi sea icocio.es, mtugh was
diplomitic' intercourse with Great-Uritsin shews-, ' committed. ,
. . ; TrfE WAYS AND MEANS.
On motioujaf Mr. Fisk of N..Y. the Hons
(hat we never induced her to believe, that we' con
sidered the irnpresnent of her own seamen, on
i "c iujui. juh-fj, . h. ain rcsoivco iisen mio a tinnrnjut e cl (he mini.
.f I ..... ........rf..l k..'tkill.Fn,. . i i ., . " "
;l a iu hs iuu nt.n ""t jir .VlBCOn iniQI CO Mr, Oil Ul rcSoil)tAA ytj,
uve or war, or a reiiniismiiciu in ui. liv...ii.c. teru-ay submitteU Of liliil; tor imrvpjng a
oh the oiv si :e the other, although attended with , The resolution having en aijaiivVead-i.' "'
ditficulties, we-e not irreconcilable. Great IH. . Mr.' Ingertctt rad-.' the fo'lotvhiir resole;;,
ioi.i ihu ii7.i.iani.wiw usui hi.Kiv Uu, w men ne proposed o oirt;r as wnenaatory oi ,ui
seaman, are aiavvveu me prucuca ui an caie , additi'inai to that oi Mr. risk :
u'Kon thf fsrl ivk m:irl Irnnwn in hfi' rc t.., .1 'I I.,, u ' : . . . r
- ..--....-- - iCK'jt ict, 11141 IIIC VUTUIiliMCC IT' WaVS f'!i
suntu u.ije;u cviueiitc vie ujm kmi; wu-ieu means ue tnstrucieu to enquire in i 0,41k: exntdi
larm. ! to return all who wire of thit deacripHon,xT hom: cy of taxing all successsions to the estates cf r.
eten-r ii should be famished, by our government J 1 Sons dy,-ng after the (Jilv .f
been end she had many years before, made soch oCTtts' next, within the U. S wheneifrsV-J
cts ofthe V'mpror of France may have
pretences which h a v.e,iinj foimlr.
comoanied th'; mist violent s of iniunice, that subject, as to two disMrcjuishd members
mteirJed to break d.iwn neutral commerce, w-rrtiJ vantagfe'ius
a view to destroy ihe opnlence, and crionle th'e ! & W-W unjust, because
"Shannonhad, In addition to her full com-
pjem ') an officer and Id meh belonging ' to the
.Heh'e P-ole, and a part of the crew belonging U;
'. the T".dos'. '.'.fi.J'-'f '
f I hv'i the honor to bef with very, great res
jfct.k:.; - GEORGE BUDD.
u'.ypif-fJori. ll'tn. Janet, .. v. 1 ,v'
, ; Scfrftary tttjthe .kvyp A i .
Massachusetts Legislature. c
..r Jut 3, 1813. .
35C 'oommitree of bous houses appointed 41 to
: Ctos'd' .vhat ; measures it is expedient for lh.-.
Xcgisi'yuje to. adopt, in relati n.to the unlapp
yVarJn whjch r are engaged, the means to ti
"due' a',, sp-'t-dy testcirution , of Peace and to rts
tore this. commonwealth .to the t)lusairjgs of a free
, afid .Unmieatediihercet and to thit influenc
in the iJouhcils,' of thei Nation, to which she is,&f
?" istly entii led,' have, attended "the service assign
d tjiemi and ask; leave' to report a remonstrance
to the Congress of the U. States, which is here
' tjpto annexed. - ,
All which is respectfully. submitted,
,: -v; T. H, PERKlNb. i'er OrJcr.
' ' ,RE10NsfRA.NCEI ,
TC the Honorable, the Senate," and the Honorable
the House of Representatives of the U S. in
Congress assembled vf:i:i. .... .
.Th Leisiatnre of .Massachusetts deeply im
fprcssed with the suffcrings;oL; their constituents,
diid excited by the apprehension cf still greater
evils in . pros pect, feel r impelled, by a solem n
Sense of duty, io !ay before theuNational GoveTn
tnent, their view of ' the" public interests, and to
express with thivplainness of' freemen, the pseni
timents ol the people of this aacient and extensive
Commonwealth "',, --
Although he precis limits of the powers ' re
served to the several tfUt sovereignties fftve not
been defined hy the tonstitution, yet we fully
cpinciJe in the correctness of the opinions ad
yaoccd by our venerable chief magistrate, 'that
our .constitutions .ensure to us the freedom of
jipeech, und that, at this mometous period, it .' is
rlgh' nd duty k inquire in:r the groohds and
Origin of the present war, Ao reflect .on the state
of public iffairs, and to express onr sentiments
concerning them, wi.h decency snd franknessarid
3 endek.n-" frr - 'our RmTted inBunce ex
tends, to promote, by temperate and c'onsti-t'ion:
; fl means, an honorable reconciliation. ;
If then, such are the rights and duties of the
, pep ile, surely those, who, at this soltmn crisis,
- are selected by them, and ho are specially hon
ored witfi their confidence, may venture respect
fully, but fr ankly,' to express the sentiments and
"feelirti'Sof tlioss whom they have the honor- to
tercse.-t. ' r" . .. . : . . : " ;
' . The?tates,'ss well as the individuals ' compos"
jiVt thr-rn, arc parlies to the, .national compact,
. "a:dJ it their peculiar duty, especially in times
: cf Peril, to wa'chr over the rights, and gua'rdlhe
privnt-cs so-.erui ly guarameo. oyaLjnaireniy9ithtyri and ne ha3
since added that thil decree of repeal was com-
municaieu to our minister at ransas well as to
whole-lecedent shuii leave a clear wsiate
l Alia 1 .t.4 I 4
w" or nnxeo, wortnnve nunoreado iars. and -i,
d . . . . . s mi . . t t . t . F T . . . . '
lib was the s )lc author ol a syttem, calculated and ; present caoinet, appearea Dotn nonwaoie ana au. sai l committee have leave to report by M
we. hid not
pre viofusjf rweftf ,
That the committee of
power of 'a ri:l, wlose best interest aud whose takeh all the veas nable stepson our prt to re; Mear.s be instructed to inquire into tfle ex
y.A policy were to upiiild that commerce, so es nvve her complaints of - the seduction and erri- i tricy of taxing all ascertainable income lmrr
U is rot for u io decide whether the ei-cmv of! bv th'- conduct of the same Congress which de. ! Vearlv amount of income shall cxrcH f,v iM
nut. adopt, the most natural , careci war, m"y naving aoiuiuta me propriety oi jped colitis, and that the said
sui. ii'-ari'ii wic-tf'ii.us h-.tuiii
4 A u 1, IT.. ,t I I .'iiianf Iho -" ntAtsrjrrt nt rm Ixnct 1 1 1 1 1 a 1 f i r tl . ti . . e
.........v.Uv... . t . nfimwa, i nai ins committee oi v.js
inc union can ii? n Brcaicr in- ; Means be instructed to enquire in o- the tx ta
terest or leel a stronger tesire to protect com - ency of taxing all law suits,ol5ces n4 nw;
merce, and maintain the legitimate rigrfls or sea- and that the said comm'mee have leave to
1X11 tuaw iiiio Luuiiuiyti ncaiui . vivi j otic t olii Or OtnCrWISC
third of all the navigation, and probably: furnish- Mr. ingwrtotl supported his motion, in a speed
mv; ueany our uui,ui -aii iuc n uivc sttmcn oi "ie . ot about three hours length.
rinv;c urn, ui ui'.i iiui. aui n. inc iihdi iianrai , ..ircu.noi,ni'-i ,uie .mumm ui. ("i"'v'7 " urea CO 1T51S. aiiu itiai llie Saul rornmiltcn
)uiatini? those complam'.s Dy an act passed subsej leive tn renm-i hv hill n- nfWivU,.
ti is suincicui .inai we re pcrsuaucu in"- uiiiieu T-ieiu iu ic wumreiiwiuviii ui iius.ujhnw j . tesoiveat mat the committee ot V.vs H
States mtuht, bv a firm and diarmfied, Vet. naci- N state ia
fi--. resistance to the "French decrees, have pre
vented the recurrence of any retaliatory mea
sures on the part of Great Britain measures
nt int :ndc;d to injure us .but to operate oh
V author af this uiij'ist and iniq'jit-iu system.
An. I h iwever honorable men may diftjr as to the
i isjce ofih'i? British retaliatory orleis in council,
vc do not hesitate to say, that France merited
from pur G virnmenl, a much higher tone of re.
nbhslranc'e. and a more .decided' opposition.
In reviewing the avowed- causes of the pre
sent war, we should, if it wero possible pass
over a series of transactions., imperfectly explain
ed, and calculated to excite ouf alarm and re'gret
at the hasty manner in which it was declared
But the jhistory of the pretended repeal of the
Frtnch decrees, "which if our government was
sincere, we arrnound to believe, was the lmme-
LfuUed St3tes, we a"e better enabled to appreciate
the extent of their sufferings', and must also be
presumed to symphathise wilh theai, more sin
cerely thio the citizens of states destitute of com
merce, and whose sons are not engaged in its pro.
s'-xution, unless be admitted that the siifferersi
their parents, relatives and fiiehdss are less inter
ested in their welfare and protection, than those
who are united to them, only by the feeble ties
of political connection.
VVuh all the means of information, furnished
by every motive of duty, and every inducement of
interest, we are constrained 4o say that this evil
uate cause ot tlve war, is so weh; attested, and -a-oi impressment has been grossly-exaggerated
neen so often discussed, and is besides so impor. I that we have reason to believe an honest and fair j
tant in this enquiry, that mere motives of delica. ' proposal, as honestly and fairly execttftdrtoex-i
cy cannot induce U3 to nass.it over without no jciudc subjects nt Lrreauuruain trom our se;vice,
Mr. Fink stwlce a few words in exDlansticm
and coircluded by moving that tbetommitiediis;,
The motiojri was agreed to, and the Housed
. :- v Wednesday. June 30.
The house in committee of the whole, M
Nelson in the chair, on a bill to lay and collect i
Op motion of Mr. BfBB, that bill was laid rfi
the table, and th bill laying a tax on "distillers
spirituous liquors was taken up. ;
Mr. Tatjhf, after a sp ech of cobs dcrA
length, moved to strike out the whole of thr J
sect.of tlie bill, which lays a tax on the capwiif
ot the s: ill.
cnciAuaiiy rcu.evcu our ' -- : i-.u ,:,.,. t, ...ti
'-u --..,1 - . . n vn -.' ' .. ' .j .ii. j 1 ,.i iiiic. liiuiiuih in vriiitir - i,i33IS. iit'i,
xk war tuui i irc jubiiucu ag-.iiii'si v. i real uruain ;uvru caincii, auu uiuic cssciuiui.jr kuvuuvcu '.iisir
woul ) have much more
exclusively, it must have been on the ground as-
sumed by our goTernment, that the French de
crees wera actually repealed on the 1st of No-
I mlAfacl frtK ruent-f rA nn lll anA
e3lsof the United States coincide with the policy
adopted by all other countries, & that ,we should
vember," 1810." T he indiscriminate plunder, and be more t idependent, our seamen would be bet-lestraction-
of our corhrherce, the capture pf our 'ter protected, and our country eventually -more
ships by the cruisers , or l; ranee, and their con-(prosperous by renouncing altogether, the preten
I. c : " i t ii.
Certrii'iy then this Ixurtssion, from the Leeisja
'-jure of the free and independent Common wealta
c f Massiichusetts, will not be disregarded, by the
prV ent congress of the U. Sf.tes.; J 'or although
the .umerous pe itioiis and remonstrances ol the
pi 4e ot this S' ate, in relaiion to such measure-r
a-J they deemed dangerous to their rights -"and
ryinous to their, interests, have heretoTore . been
received, in a manner liui-calculatcd to' produce
ttat harmonyi .ind "to cement that union which
' ought to be ,the -pernianeot aii -o the general
2ove.f hment. . yet .wit.canQOt.b't indulge the hope,
'tim fiw councils and a more conciliaioty-" spirir
, will distinguish the several branches of ihe pres
ent Nsiihial legtature-hat ih; wil cndfavbrT
aemnaiion oy -ncr courts, an.i oy me emperor in
person-; his repeated and solemn declaration, that
those decrees were still iri f rce and constituted
the fuhdamental laws of his empire, at a "period
long subsequent; to the pretended repeal, seemed
to i furnish an-answer Sufficiently conclusive to this
question ; and we csnriot - but lament, that evi.
dence so satisfactory to 'the rest .-of t,he nation,
shoul-i have had 'a.Ulegirewiija'ttin co.
gress whose term of service has lately expired.
But this important questioo 'is now .definitively
answered ; and the American people have" learned
.with astorrisfcnent, the depth jof their, degrada
tion The French emperor, as if for Jhe perfect
and absolute humiliation ofjmr gavernnientt andl
for the annunciation to the world that he held
us in utter contempt reserved till .May, 1813,. the
official 'declaration of the fact, that' these decrees
were not repealed until April 181 1 ; and then not
in consequence of his sense of their injustice, but
because we, had complied with the' "conditioa :'hei
had. preserved, in the letter of the Quke of Caf
dore, in M causing our rigftts to 'be respected,"
his own at Washington,; to be made known to our
cabinet As the previous pledge ot Jrveat Britain
gave the fullest assurance, that she would repeal
her orders a3 soon as thecrees, on which they
were fo'undedt should cease to exist ; and as her
subsequent conduct leaves no dou&t that she
'vould have been, fiithfnl to her proinise, we "can
never too m tch deplore the- neglect! to make
known this repeal, whether it be attributable to the
French Government or our own. " - -
If lis the former belongs theguihof thlsldjpli
cify and f.ijsti,"jud, every motive 6f mterest, ad
eyery exciiemciU of datf, call toad! upon, our
sion of sqreening and employing British " seamen.
To be, concluded in cw next..
' Cdngriss of the United States
HOUSli OF UlPaivSr.NTATIVES. ,
Monday, Jane 23 - -
. WAY? ATSfD "MEANS. i'
The House took up the' repirt of the com
mittee"of the whale on the bill " far the assess,
ment and collection of Direct' Taxes and Internal
Duties."'" ' Pf: ' -
) A motion was; made by M. Montgomery to
strike out the lStb section of the said bill, u."
And ia heuthereof to insert several he kysec
These sections, which are .very long, provide
forvhe appointment in each state, territory and
district of an officer taf be styled the supervisor
ofthe revenue, who, previous to his entering
uj.- i the duties enjoined him by this act, is to
give bond, &c for the purpose of apportionintr
motion, in which Messrs. liibb,
IWrightt-Fisk of X. Y. Roberts, Findley, tiuty
jbhepiierd and Fickens successively spoke-l
! 'The question was then taken on striking o
aijd earriciWayei f3, noes 68
The committee rose, reported the bill as ameri-
efl, and the house proceeded to consider ihe m.
port. ' , ,
The question on concurring with the commi'tt'
of whole, was decided by ayes and nuts,
were yeas 8 i , nays 8'. .
i he bill was then re committed to tiie id'
mittee ofthe whole; house
T " Tn i?Jl5B4T, July T.
A b'l! from the. Senate authorisini? the btiiW '1
of birr frr the furtherdefeace of the wattnr
the United States, was twice? read and -fefcrrtd'J
the committee of Naval affairs. . '
. THE WAYS AND MEANS.
: The engrossed bill forhe assessment a il-c
lectitm of a Direct Tax, and internal
rearlaJhirdaime i --and - on-rtlve-qucsiion!li li
the bill pass il'lit; was decided as follows ffit'
debase': " ' ' - .
in each count v. c. as ascertained hv nrevinns
assessment.' . ' rf '
This motidrThaving been negatived,
A motion was made by Mr. Hopkins of Ne
Vqrk, t,o strike out the sTid loth 6eccion altoge
ther ; which mo.ioi was also negatived :
For the motion f, ' 68
Against it ; ' ""' ( 84 ' -.
Mr. Gaitm moved to amend that part of the
bill which exempts tools of trade, beasts of the
plough, armj, household - uteniils, and apparel
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irom ais'ress lor taxes,-by aqdmjj 'also
hold urnitu :-."
The motion was agreed ' - ',
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