reaon, ? Therefore, 1 tiy had better nof at-li ..e'Wefcd the'eword of, ttie'cocmW when he
rxpircoi jraeciaieiy -1 nercappears to be: 4 or
ittiapt There Ueema, however, ....rid necessity
. '' . f dwelling on this head, as our most knowing
v ' -idemocratB baya i ouried the asserting and non re'a
fcoringj system tO jKrfttioflMjr .wif hwjnwde
s, a motion iur oeqDut your excellency may rest
S.of the British mortally wounded." t
. New York. Sept. IS.
our excellency may -rest We learn by the pUot boat Unicbrnl iuiit r
sauted, -V c qumlto-rMrht wpolitTc
t tell herf. that-1 will part with here sooner than .the British frigate which has been cruising hVbtir
vcase id say, inai you ar ine greatest iiaiesman owing lor some days, chased a smack c'se in
wuh the Light, and; -being within the reach of
me guns onne ion at mat place several were dis
'charged at her, and ii believed that two shots
took effect, as ahe soon sheered mTafler discharg-
ing several guns .towards, tne block house : on
Z.A.. IT. ...I. . . . i r
A - "ilHlLIiUNT VICTORY. , p; ZITC ' YPa" ,f
: , ':Kw:--ifc'nrtltt0' y . I of bustle and active exertions in prepar-
-vf- the, world, ever eaw.'
jvil he better fegiOaf ed and mQg,:;
ly coverned: irt ajl,ort im, W C8j8tJ
Congress to provide a revenue for
expenses of the covcrwmehf. TKa
report of tM; Secretary of th9 ft31
indisnensible' Ori thi hi .C?1!
orSva." and nSahiI nftpi fi.lt jv.i ttt
il)g to meet the enemy.
7 i ' Purtlnd, Sept. "1,1 8lX
fil2iI had iher'hnnrtr. lact -vninir in fnrcrnrt
ou by VxAeas th6uch the hands of! Com. Bajn J here. At this mnracnt all is :ranqil, and no tattoo or noise
The alarm reached the
city, and the neceH'.rtiy prtpat-jtions wre also their encanl nine
f ntt nn unit mil.sie fit lliffht
- 2tte: 8atnrdar: moTtiiritrnemUfensic
ana iriin, wmcn wus uuswcioi. ov
Horsemen in motion asaia nu ana uown me ny
er. This ttay a sortie jvas mane irom uie iort
n .' . i ''.:-'.' 1 :. ' I .--1
ot niinnr 2na rifniars. undPT commaiiu ui cam
Armstronff. . Thev Penetrated the edee of the
wna.la. nnrt nf li.it dUtflnep. marphp.d around the
fort : foand 4 of our men who v era killed on the I ported a system of internal U-sinii!, :
mornmc". ot mc aisir nronznr iiieui iu? uicyi jreuwicu vonffrw Jnh nli. ,t
were fired on by two Indians in .ajribusb. j noj cnaatea: iuto ilaws, though nono eohtft l
other discoverv ; the Indiatis kept up ; a Very j Hon nntii the next year j aud it is nussiu M
. . IS
2jtn.undav morninz. isa r
, i . ' . . 4 ...,"- v . . ....
Jiet instead ot wJiich Ave heard tJio
a war dance Ifbm the Indians, - Th
into the fort this evening no drum or j in the mVirn iime? our affairs mavbeaf1
rd at night. ''4 ; 1 ; wliich will dispense with the necessity ef
mdaymorninsf. Nowtn,- drum or ma- ing to taxation. hotio thatthis tuav ItA
io yelpings of, howevejf strongly eritertain.ed, hl.ouRjA
ij Jay bo (lis- 'enec oar conduct, either in preparing fortuj
. i it i
DBHiaue oi iiKin, nut me smose oi muus jruusm. or in eaiTyins on. in a J,..
nt; Indians fared a few snot t cd matwler; the tvar we arc eaait
of aov kind'at nighty . honorable peace is my greatest wish sfc,
bridge a Jetter 1 received From Samuel Storer, " !v . WM"'M ""ucu su inucn Dusue, is ; . oin, monnay morning, ah suenee.jagain j vwnviuceu n can oiuy aa ooiamcu by n,,;
Tiiq . 'Navy Ageof it 'this place detailing an 'acJ 81,11 cru,sin5 " the Hook at a safe distatice from express, returned from general Harrison press- jng the war with perserera?!s andViV
oouut of. tWrptttre,:iF;the-Briiish brig Boxer by l00!!,--1 lhal-cev - - 'ed closely by the Indiaus. ; irelax inthe atdtudc our country has taW,
tSe "United' Stales?. Vig Enterprise, - , The flotilla U ft Sandy Hook bn Th''day 6 Ahont o'clock a tremendous heavy firing of withdrav from the. content, would be maj!
X Bow hoye t iaform you that I left Ports4?lc,ock P H- passed througlrifr ' 'hat sthall arms eo'mraeuecd mediately on the San- .and WotiRI bring ruin and disgrace oathe
Jhbuthrthia morning and be this moment ar n'?ht' and jVedrln siht-of th Mlf dusky road, about 3 or 4po yaVdon the woods, try : oh the other hand, b$h. perse?eriri
4vaA tmri.'- mtL thim ma;t -7-To;r. i i : ships, one a f icute, the o h?r a Iwem -eon sliin HRenmnanii'd with the xrar-w-hnnn nl fhfl Inrliana duetl and liv all aufj'ifi'rta. nPirK..5
k r '.time toftnd youthe report of Lieutenant M'i !lcomPan,ed b?- 8evera Armed sloops. On the and all the confused noises of M severe and pb- tic,?, uTtHing riti our country cause, the
v.vateoienioi tne situation ot theltwo vessels as to: v"'r "ptH-oacneo ana
tbe damage they bve received, &c 5hU be for. wi,h,n shot, and hegan with broadtide G.iug to pre
grc-.v nearer j that of mnskctry appeared crownnr nation with the blessiujs .ofpr J
e.loininate the IndtaiisTrallying yell nov- Hon to its coiiimerce and its 'citizens', in wi J
W - . - TOT" W
ar3ed as soonas surveys can be made. The ; linouv aiitinugti thrrr shot passed tar over er eeased ; they seemed to be pressed and b;at. ver setf Uiey may be sailing. With tW
1 her hull. uu" l,sls' ,,inc tire was returned by two in towards the tort, as uionsrh thev were eivins vantaces, our errcwine aud oroductivo ..,
Ricuity she b0!lts wo$e having jruns moun'cd over the sjern,; ground, until the heat of the battle appeared to must flourish. aid be rtpected by other wtij
uld hi e be immediately farthe eagu ol the,woods, whii'h 1 he long lorbearanc of our corerniaentil
I he is not tenner than ioo yards distant frooi the der the u'njnst edicts, had nearly destroyed
bear, garrison. It was an alarming and, nipmentous commeree. Our 'produce, which beforp'ij
masts and sads, indeed it was wu
tt;uld bskept alSJat to cet her in
Wy jvwe isoDly injured.ui her mast and sails.
. 1 have tba honor to be, ixcY
'V; ,i v . , 1
16 AtlC HULL.
Seoe:ofiheNvy, ' . , -t . ..
United .States' Bng Enlerjirizet
Portland. 7th Seht, 813. .
Sia Tif conaequence of t he- uatortjjnate death
when their sterns tpe tovards the enumy.
other boais coidd not .r,v their guns to
' ' of Litutenani C)mm
- - -luie commander of th
ugnt ran down on the enemy, which were then ai their part to induce the garrison to make a sor
unclior ijut seenie that tite weather was fivora ti? ? It was a rmcet inn . which rnivf,
iodant William Burrows ' l - Run . 0pt ,ns' they raj,de sai! for niost decisive and prompt solution, and devolv
ii vessel it devoid rm m..! p,l! stat5on Gardner's Island. One shot ed upon the commander tho! fort an immense de-
o mi me enemy uimer tne gree oi rcsponsiouiiy. m umnediately declar
cbaiiis. , , .,.,; a - . . it a sham fiht and as ihev connnehced he
let them include th eir own battle. Ye threw
.rniiaini vim witn tun rfftnii ni mm ri..nu
k VViUr silin fiom Portsmouth on the lit int
wef strered. la th. eas'ward f and on tTie morning
of be?3d, off ;''Vd IsfuH, discovered a school
Her, wVicirvreched iAtat this har'jor. whtrtrweH
The articla of cotton, "at 'well as other artid
was handsomely rewarding our industry, us
the orders arid decrees denied a .madeta
them. 1 Ins, with the seizure
while peaceably engaged in our vess ibjorsl
the leadiug ground of war. Since thtvariJ
ennuneneed, the injurious orders in counciiy
NuRF :LK,Sentembsr 14. two bombs -in anions' fh.m. that i-alh -r silcnppil bcM ninrliKr(l in ancli itrW a.dTl
Jtf rmy 74., a frigate, a bugs an4 3 the heavy firing, -which continued fully an hour ; our trade to" reach Its former niarketi, tW
atufcoretf.' On - the uoml g. of tRe ihed rnars wer.fc at onrcl,"r ldSl ven,n5 Lynhj howver, tliey kept it up until night at intervals .not so free and unrest rained as before. Tlei
. - Xititfi .-.d i-L-p'oiil; .and continued our course Ve" Ifl Jh5-fcf P1rt of the d v lbe sm.r as thoigk thev were killina; prisoners. Just at ther groat point of duTerence is still unsettled
otbseaitV.j flanks racked tufornjaUon ofl r5-1 n l?e routb of lIie CjP 9 the caneliisiou of the battle, a atorji blew up respecting the impressment of .our chin
f'j.VM 1 - mv-bthg. (T-.l,r,'1crgI.n we aiobf , . a numb, r of men on the beach. . with the mast excessive rain I ever witnessed. Now although one causcis-partially .rcnmB
i , 'vUt V -ad on the lolbwmc m. mine-, in ff. . 0 c.'0'k, ih?M ur.'--waytid st md up A British oiiicer was discovered on the point of yet as this is still continued, so much ttM
l r bib. rn i i r- r ' ,,.. .,...
w in, iiMiieilll I . J ii. ... J .1 .. . x - ...
o-y ,tar licnuiu Pom, disc-.vered a brig i; Z J , 1 l,'VnT unc T 1"'S
siting u .uc way, which appealed to be a vessel 8" got under way. , . -
.2; wi,..n.lift whlh f fnimwcii I . Q oatunlay last, about li.msn Volunteered
,She fired s&vuial'guns and s'oiij for us, having
wour. eu;agr.t nuiaica,v Jvi-r.; rtcoQDimnng
discoverlfiii tur f.jice and'the nation to which
'"'Jhe bdon.d, we haufdupon a wind to stand out
;??lrtio Bay, and at'3 b clbtk shortened tail talked
. .'ftnd run downVtih p iutefifion to bring her to
' !'foeviuni " Attwtnty .miuute after 8 P. M.
' ' ..woe wfult) Cpif.ol ihot.ihe fiiiugcdmmenc-
JCdfrom boih, and afv'?.'' behg,vrarjnif . k$pLup,
: , andwitii smte' mai'aaring, theneinyLlxailed
j'. an MtdThe had .surtendered abouT 4 P. M.
"" .tbeuvcQbrs bting rtailed to the masts, could not
- thauicl d4D. Sihe proved to be his- BiM.
'.U-gJefi-oni'feonVm'Pel Blythe;Bq. com
nanner. whole!) in the early part ot the engager
from a miliua company sttiioned near the inlet,
o go and attack a party ol the British who wt re
said to be on shore at the Cape. Wlien' thrv
came to the Capeand were mounting one of the
sand hills, they found themselves in full iiew, awd
within misket shot of a terpe body of mariners
who were exercising. A (luster of officers were
standing some distance off between their mam
bndy and our miluia .h-.ld tr had no; a nn.
carrvin?? our produce to iorcnrn -market. Mi
w art boi
mil pit i t tfia ilictinnni aP Ati t An r
a ridie d trin-r the cnira-fetneni. observinir the novance of our iunoeent. seamen. enil
movements oi me garrison, lhe Indians gavi
their shot very briskly this evenin
17th, 1 uesday. Silent both night and morn-- now to see this pouitsettlcd before, wc ccatkl
l.igj none tone een ; a lew shot jom the in- Ji peace. ltw do not, ltwrjl besayiugm
uians ; larga nrcs at night at the Unush eu- rect terms that we will not defend our cjluel
campment. . . . from seiznre bv other nations. AllnatioJiH
During the sipm only about ft , men were free and welcome to call in our vessels, la
wounded in fort, all sligutfyieijicpt one r take away our men and fur ee, them to f
28lh, Wednesday. No appearance of the
enemy until about li o'clock, when we dieov
ment to spare they took del.bi rate am at the ered (heir lleet putting out of its harbor, whieh
ojcersy-and fired -logr .oUlumfelM The militia Vaa a large bend on t his nxk of the river that
then made the best of their way back to camp, eompletelv kept them from ji view of -tbi fort,
while the enemy iiot whiitltd ever their headi Never until this moment could we form a
tn ail directions-, Jut wuhout effect. s uy opinion of their probable strenzth, hav
ing nevr shown their main body befor
their ships -of war. As well misdit we allowus
poaceablti wag .jnncr, while taking onrprodw
to a market at home, to be presseil by foraiw
en?, 'as""1he "peaceable sailer, who is matin
room tor that market Irycarrying this, prodiwl
to a foreign country, Our government hw gist
far to meet the enemy on this point. ' I
An act of congress is now in force, to pre
any Britrsh seaman from entering our vessels rf
, , r"Ki,... . - . . . j o - :
Kient,bingrccertaacaiiiwn'shot through (he L uH i o . . noer repair at Mai- Aiiout on hundred aud thirty or forty water well those who -hereafter come to the. eotratrf
l ..1 Ilik. -J.i.l,. t 1 - n " ..--. j. iw.oiu'.ll'II IlllUrrU ICT li I lliniT:I1T I'll! Is. tnonllur wilh I,ua ,l.-. nnl Knnnn.n i,i nm i,ni t. J lliAO nil. tr. V,1
WJf (''W ,IU WITT IV 4Q( IIU JjICUC. UUr- i. ..U, Cr,lfv ,l i ,. 0 . J . ,. V ' n " "'""'"- uim ubiumc jiaiiiiiuiM". -
..' tn aruin r. nnia Hm. K . ... ut .,). ..LI o K.Jv.fc.
terminated Vis.'iostenire in eight hours.
The ppirptra;e suffered moclvin ?pars and
. , pg&Ufy titd ;theUoxer Ki in,sparsf riggmg &
- jjjiul UttVig many shots' between wind and wa
rry trom thai p;
Riifradi-r G neral M'Ar'hur i3 now at Fort
t Meigi, and has taken thn command of that pust.
SECOND SIEGE OF POUT 5IEIG9. i
, K would be,doir.g,meto the merit of! -: : KUJITE western-c in zp.
Wr,;.Tftluhacohd(Wcut. were. I not to 2't Interesting Journal of the Second sletce of
ir,:. 1.. m' n
Fort JIeig$, by an ojfictr of respectability at
jmemioo the cble assistance I received from him
during the remainder of -the engagement, by his
MtiaaaenuQn tQ nisown . division end other de-J jrLY2o. Tuesdav nlht n-fal riril w
.partmeh!?. , Aud theofwers and cw generally, giyen for every officer and soldier totbo vigilant,
J JJ h'PW lf add,nhe.r , cool and-dttemiriea to lay on their arms and be ready to receive the
conduct have, oaf warmest approbation and ap.:eneaiy-Twhieh order proceeded from the disco-
PIaus? t. . - , 'very of a sail near the old British garrison. .
, As no mustetrolllhat can be fuHy relied on ! 2uf. Wpdn.iv ..:-. i:.-k 1
J f nmf inM mv: nns.Tnn. I rovnnf A ... 1 T v 3 11,0
T.'JVi: 7 1, ' picijuei-guaru, posteu-at the ei't
Sua .imorwi anon recei veo irom . the ptiicers .ot
tt" vessel, .jtP(rtbe.m-lirere'-between
hie ciasted vessels were seen $1 hp small -ptf.l natnraTizeil., Nnw. ? ilia llrifiih lyovcrnmeii!
were supposed to -average 20 mon each what onlv want their own men. as thev oreleud. tier
number, were, in the large vessels we couhj form need not enter our vessels, as this lawexeluJ
no idea of .the river was comnletelv covered them. For if thev hereaftcr.,toueh a mania
wita tiioir sails ; 'they . had a hne homeward board our vessels, they touch one that they Dan
breeze aud wera L-kiy out of sight. 1-- no right to. Our elaims-ou this suhjeet arei
Ths; harsemeii ha l kc.pt their encampment, a- just . and reasonablejo cause thc;encmyja w
bout 3 miles above the fort ; they werelikewise tend long about it": nor, indeed, will they cos-
in m it inn rl i in I tw;. lll-n 'lirnftll'isil
. ...j ..u.ii unill Mil. liter, iriHl IIMIE, 11 DC 3HU1U lUiltlHOJ llivv. .
i. .. l i. i.. ir i . ... J . ...J
iw oe leeiimseii squadron, and so, our country s cause. . W.c once gamea uus p
aluiit 800 strong, the same no doubt the ilescr- among others, from this same enemy, w'aen on
tors spoke of sometime ago, as being encamped numbers were much smaller, and when 'we wen
oil t.iic Kiver llaisin, Tj. less hle to bear Ui'rf expense of the strujlefS
What number of Indians there, were on foot w hen we were under no regular government. 1
is entirely coni'.-cturc: but it n nl-i n winrtll hare in tilt
suppiise that theyTeiisnulnf (ruasiO
lormer siee ; anil what t ho. ilpnt trovei iimcnt
the.cnemy Were is matter of m jclr-snectilation One branch of this sovereiiatv is the right
twjrty and twenty Jvekilledf and t fourteen
' wounded, I Enclosed 'is a list of, the killed and
woDlKedon board the Enlerprize.
; , i A hare ihe honor to be, &ci ,
. f r-V ; EDWARD R, Mc CALL,
' l '"i;;'.-v-'i-v;- Sector Otficir
IsAAc.Hctu Esq. 5 s: . ,': - m -; v :
jT.jwi tU J&itern atatkifii v.
Lit t vfk tiled and wounded on' Board the
i ;, Antdfirize, irt ihe, engagement xoilh the
f, JT'fct NuthaiUel CJirrenr .ordinary ;
tint or th( l,r.n v.,-; .i .. ... '
irtt .1 i . . .. .. , iiiijre .in conieetures s int. it n!i?fi nl our eilixena and uroi
rf-'4w7touTi.S5 .'h'lI.pi'.;.rUiellerptifk.8-lly of natio,,,,. fo. fromuuU.W to
?r.j..i'" crain rea.nv 10 conLenti lar iui i iiJ
Political." representative I-would consider myself abu-
ing the trust youJiad confided to me,. were
ed the fort, audeould be geen behind'trees hi
plunder spemed to lie their principal object at .
mis moyicni, ami iney turned their atteaition
to the horses and eattle in the vicinity of the
Mil. FORNEY'S CIRCULAR.-
T. .i iruuuui i u
sueeeeilf.d in atinii: So nr n . 40 .1.. . . - r . ' -- ItUOtit C
yosecj oxen, i lie artillerists gave them seve-1 rise, von
.withhold the Vya And means of maiingoui
- ji .....p.i -
in sucecssi 111. . ,
nfp.rin iidn-arfftiments to shoff tt
is extra session of Congress is about to justice and necessity of. declaring war, itbngK
I." 1 II n V tirlf r. 1 ft.!' : . - . ' . n . A .... Alllla
.. ... - ,c uceoupr pi tne pnnci- to suiiice that the p
. , MWmdtd Wiu Burrows, ; EwV cbrnmsn'rier,
sitic dtw) Kerv'tn Waters, ff pnian,rrlor.
tally 1 Ehsha Ulossnii ''.'cDeteAnmatefsmcc!
4ud) j iUavid H-rtoa, quarteaster
Coats, qr. .master j Thomas 0uig, or.'
- 3eru.'; Gammor . . hoatswain'a, , mat ; Sculler
r jkadleyi'seaiuah j- J jints SaoWj jdO' Snow Jones,
do j Veter,Iia.rftaj:dj do soatnan Vau Thomas,
"Sdj seaman 4 John Fiumcre, marine
if J ' r;;v.:EDD.;. R.-AVCALLi ' -,
. ' ; - 'v ;: .' " ' ' - "i : Seiiicr officer.
. - r ..1 I " . 1. 1 . I . '. . w.. .,...v nii.iv UVlUUilL III I. III'. Iirillf'.l- In a?, '.-linn , n f Im nmnAI. Oi'.nftnl VHI II Ul vv-
, fiu suoi wuicn maue uiem very cautious 111 au- nfii m('ii7r.8 V;ni, k... u jf V r 1 V . v" """.' - 0 1'-'YTV. "J,"' v,-; ... f
- - proaehing-the fort : 7 TwiThm vip has dcteid on, it,; aml.tha state j
f7. 5 I'-ThfttaSi hni h;a .r- ,.. !. M Ith th'4 v e" t,t 1 S:eji you this short 'thin'w exists : it therefore becomes all to
Ia,Kt ",S K ' . th,ir aid in its cause, On this subject, the
mastedvessols. and a nti'mnron. r ..... .I .. 7, " . V U1 Voni5re." ine message of timent of an old and enlighten i patrwu r
seaman. ter eraft. Thiv itl,Pr! th,;, fl f " .f .N,WU -rmn us, that, shortly after statesman, addressed to his eountrynen df"
coWehW to the river and in full view of thU ! h m bvX V made , the revolutionary Applies with great
place; but thev quickly chanred"IhaT 1 11 S0'" to HvcW "If there isany. principle that was ne
tad them struck and ai pearelt be tool7 of with ; controverted npoUiVsoeill union, it is, that
ju.sel the oldgar,isoniu the eveniTig they firc4 ant M toVZw, 2 p mm aa ao sub- a body, every.soeiety must be detcrimn u
master : (extreme htfaw dkhar-.f, Jul ,2. I K. .W f"SlM government, and that he the plurality. "' There was a time when it
! " f , . A.:m.tu i.i w ii v ni.ia i iin.i n-n nihr. i' ir i. .
f , . , . . ' - A T I 7 -"-uim vf a im; t
" ' r . .. - . .. -I klk
- MORE OF THE LaTE VTCTOHY , j
A lt tei Trcm a enlleman ator land, states
be vh1 beenfon I btyr j .-10; vesiirH'y appear
tf be 9? t'qi'ial force .hblb vessels nmch cut to
ptefco u U is now rridaih'and I hav been a
sV.titig tn-aj. tend 'neuter wounded on ooh -aides.-fg,
.4-k4d (,r uotr l the ?io!ccr, and fl wou:wktT
'. a .'kiihtd jm.s-wif '.lit liatupiui and 3 wounded
23d, Thnrsday, iThey beat rtveillee 3 and
fired a morniug gun which was answered by
ona at th mouth of the riverwhiek '-un w as
alio answcred by "anotttef supposed to be at
rvtaldin. The Indtiiis i were . jg into,lhe fort
a . itarnatviy thronshout tho day, but with very
little effcet, i' This day lieuL Slouhtjoy pene
trated to the fort with 1 or 13 meu, having
been fired on by the Indians several times. '
IJJd, Friday morning. Their reveUIee and
gunwliich wa again Answered at the laketo
gother with delightful inusie ou lhe buele-horn.
A. large numoer of Jiorsemen were discovered
they came up the rivw and were paiir and re-
Jnited btates. niinfiil nnt Aii, .nincicinnt ini nirpssary"
proposal, and appointed three of our riii--eviiWt afU hit-mind freely aud fu
zciis ministers to jneetjmejj ai might be appoint- i ly of the necessitv or exnedienev of resisting tl
i on ma narr. nrnnr .mr,. .:k .. . . . a. iimPiiu
. . vl -"-i".i, "nil u new in H IHIIinnnivnt lirnul Kritnm ! hill lilt -
1 l f ' 1 - ... . .... - : - l . j . . u l . . . ..w.. . - '
j- .ii , - - -"j v "uii tt view
iuii anu nnai sctUotnent'of all our differences
ou tair and just Drhicinles ' ,Rnfvnf (U
time that this amicable disposition was evidence
c.1 uu ,r parr, u was the recomjnendationf the
Preshleiit that it became bnr clrantry to continue
its warlike position, and not to relax, in the
smallest, from a -wgoroua prosecution of the
war In this opinion a, majority of Congress
have concurred ;. and with this view the great
est portion of their measures have been adopted.
Acta have passed for aiding itethe defeneef
our searcaast. both bvuean nfi- e- ...i
- 5 . , . f.TTT w "jl- .V
y yi i m t ui aL.aaf
ver long ago t. the measures being resolved up
An .nil i, r. n: nnn u-lin is bare'
neutral can Scarcely be forgiven
ting enemy, must be considered a traitor : ey-'
...1. '--rrr.v::-.. : the dec-"'
m.v lint" n iih inunu nmniu- uii.vi
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