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ii r - J I '1 r sn i i la. ' - III
Ote Month. . .. ..
WSXKLT MDZTION ,
Out of tki county, pottpaid,
. 1 00
1-adles buying Parasols and Bon Umbrellas will
Imk1 the best assortment at the low est prices ut
ELI AS, & COHEN'S.'
They will also And other goods to salt them upon
which they can ave money. Oar stock of Fancy
DRY GOODS J '
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Is now complete, among which may be found a
full Supply of House Furnishing Goods, Sheeting
i t--l'ni- '.:. ' " i t
and POlow Casings In Linen and Cotton, Linen
Table Damask in Wh te, Slate, Red and fellow;
Napkins, Doylas and Towels In every variety; Car
pets, Rug. Mattings and Oil Coins. '
Our stock of Embroidery and Trimmings is large,
and will be found very cheap. So will our stock of
H0SIF.RT. GLOVES. HANDKERCHIEFSi
SETS. FANS AND TIES.
Ask to see our Ten Ceats Linen Cambric .Han.
kerchief and S2 Sun Umbrellas.
You will find
them cheap, and everything else In propo:tlon
Call and see us. It will pay you.
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
ALL KINDS OF
I t Ml
A Full Line of
PARLOR AND CHAMBTOt SUITS !
PARLOR AND CHAMBER SUITS !
IJfCOFFENS Of all' kinds on handl
' COFFINS of all kinds on hand. -JKl
Na 5 WKSTjTiUDK Street.
CHARLOTTE, N. G
d.'wj 7( v)-.i -
UBBRKH N n TTTTU
OR BNH N II T U
VRSR HNN II
E. G. ROGERS W1BEB0OMS,
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;. . . 'n;'-;n". i :f.''. :
. .. ." :,(-!- illWj-jit XllU'Ur-
' . .VHVdjJ 'in tJaiVit.'J
'i')rt m& :l .' tf 1t $t)
" ' . WiW -.i iiif! . 1I:-:,uill fjSrt
, t,JWct o Potewrno j'-.
dr.iv: "UtiJA ifrl -
? ; J I'i !i :'- iU rtt f iilitt ,
!' to Ii'UW 8 'ti'TJ. .Hi'fUtSnV'W j
t'Mt,ir'Ji(tt mo rt9-.
My Roelru v lAfi'Vemtiraeetfairull Line of
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'. ' ta'fS lMT .'tlgia -ij'0? "
' OFFICE FURNITURE '
Ail Goods Packed Free ot.Charge -
Daily, of year,
; j .f r ? -
ijrij &oo&&,'MtAuiufh tec
. "iri tB Jiw Uctlrefl iBihet lot of Black and
TrlBuaing Silks, In Momle patterns; Black and
Colored, Brocaded and Striped 81
A h ii
indsome line of Black and Fancy Scotch
Don't fall to see our French. Organdies, In all the
new styles. Lace and Lisle
. iq all co'ors.
Gauze and Nainsook Shirts.
A full stock of
'STRAW !t$ lULLINERY GOODS.
Orders proroptly fllled.
15 T. L. SEIGLE & CO.,
Opp. Ctoartotte HoteVi-Tryon st, Charlotte, N. C.
ij u v rnn&
RULE THE DAY.
Dally throng the
CHEAP STORE OF-
H. MORRIS & BRO'S.
Men's Best Flannel Suits, only $12,00
Beautiful light Casslmere Pants, 2.50, 3.50, 4.50
White Fancy Pique, 8J& 10 and, 12 cts. per y&d,
Beautiful Lawns, 10 and 12V J
Dress Linen, all shades, 18, 20 and 25c per yard.
Hamburg Edging, all widths, 3 to 25c per yard.
tvbottoii Gloves, all jshades, 50c., 75c. and
S1.00 per pair.
Beautiful Dress Bunting, worth 25c, for 15 cents
;" "perjanL -!
Yard Wide good Bleaching, only 8e. per yard. '
Best Calicos, all grades, Only 6 cents per yard.
It will pay anybody to Inspect our Goodir and
prices, as we claim to be the leading low price
.., . Just received, a beautiful line of
Ranging In price from 121& Cents to $3.
( j 11 A LU
Also, a full line of
And Lndfes' rtiderwear, at immense bargains.
H. MORRIS A BROS.
it-. i T i.r T
W. KAUFMAN A CO.
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a lie erbeilment Xrchaslng a
stock so complete as to include the latest novelties
In Men's, Youth's. Boy's and Children's !
) JOIJ MTirZWr-
L OO TTTT H H n HB H UUU
h1 We tovltiy'lWmspeetioni ahcf'we are at all
times ready toigrf'qtwta 'itrlcesEvew
garment wnicn is soia at our nouse w warmuwu w
Seas represented, and to price less thaa can be
bought elsewhere. We continue' to sell
''ix.Y-:: ":"t I
Cheaper than any other bouse, as we did the past
season andUhey have gained tat reputation of be-
lnu the best ln the marke ..
We present this season to the consumer a nns
Boo,Shocs and Slippers,
nludlgMiDXi Jakeltl fecountry. '- There
nian a fnnnd in nur stock a eomnlete line of
fine FelL:8Ul and Straw Hats, and any kind Hi
Gentlemen's Furnishing Goods. Don't purchase,
before yoa vtsaammiat hock, m cue eoeaiww
'MlXtiM .8A.-: ' " ;.
Corner Tnde anofTryon Sts.,- ,
, -Charlotte. N. C. .
5 NT II
i . r ft ' r ' '
The waitlng-wdmen wait at herfeet.
And the day Is fading Into the night f s-t: tui
And close at her pillow, and round and sweet;rn..i;.
The fed rose bums like a lampaBghip v i ,?!L
Ana unaer ana over e gray mifirsioi; ; .u;itntjs
Jtnd down ana tiowp lrora Uie mossy evevif' 'i
' And down from the ycwe' long wild leavear
Tbe&hmraln dronneth'soeokL floeoid.-- j-kh
Airiiever had a sleeper a sleep so fair; v ,nd!
And the waiting-women that weep around' )
Have taken the combs from her eolden halrl
Theyave hidden ttie liihc ftomlier'levely eyes;
And down the eaves where the mosses grow iu.ut
Tne rain is dripping so slow, so slow, a n
And the night wind cries and cries and cries.-' f 7
From ber hand they have taken the shining ring,
They have brought the linen her shroud to make;
O, the lark she was never so loth to aing,
. And the morn she was never so loth to awake ! ,
And at their sewing they hear the rafni ' 1 r r
Drip-drop, drip-drop over the eaves ' ''
And drip-drop over the sycamore leaves, -
As If there would aenrer be sunshine again. ',)
The mourning train to the grave has gone,
And the waiting-women are here and are there;'
With birds at tb windows and gleams of the soil
Making the chamber of death to be fain " ""
And under and over the mist uniaps, ; ' '-
Ana ruoy ana amethyst burn through tne graf,"
Juki ones ownes grwtereen whb sprsy,
And the dimpled water its
The leaves of the sycamore dance and wave;'5' ,u"
And the mojumersput oft theaiouniing sBowsf "'
And over the pathway down to the grave
The long grass blows and blows and blows.
And every drip dtop rounds to a flower, . . .
v And love in the heart of the young man springs,
And the hands of the maiden shine with rings,
As if all life were a festival hour. ... 1
. - An actor, recently returned fronvthe mining dis
tricts, was asked if he had a full house on his first
appearance, to which he responded, "Full house!
yes, they were all drunk."
Among the names of the many noted baseballists
who have secured fame and money by i their
achievements within the diamond arena, we have
never yet seen the name of the Prodigal Son. vet
ithe fact stares posterity la. the. f ace tfat fee was
sne nrst- man to maxe a nome run. Waterloo
Courier. ' .i-T!"--!'"-
. There, Is only one object In. the wold which win"
attract yoang lady's aitenfeani frpmi the;.haad
some young man whom ihe'rheetstonJthe street,
and that is another woman with a hat two laps
ahead of any style she lias yet seen. Bradford
The editor of the New London Telegram appears
to wax sadder -andVsadde every jd& THIs latest
reads : "An efliWr'9 property 4-A pofrbf ed cane, a
stolen umbrella, and an unregistered dog." Never
ratadVoM fellow, hang on to your properties; don't
gtveOp tie fchip; hope on, hope ever; never sai
aie; wnat you want is to cultivate your lymg lacui-
to -batter advantase. The Georse W;
bnsmesa doesn't pay now-a-dnys. The aee.der'
man ds pictorial and sensational Inaccuracy. Giv4
it to them toot. New York Commercial Advertiser. '
Up m0ttow :8omebody gave d 'party. One of
the guests proposed to be a mesmerist. He-mesmerized-a
young man, and for an hoar or two
made him the laughing-stock of the house. Then.
shenjie. attempted Jqunmesmerize him, tne,,iut-,
jgaoctomig tone'lrorid J refused to come out
of hls traaee, klase eery fwutaaa In the bouse,
f Doareaa llbatimof lnk onahl mesmerist's shirt
f front, 1um only eondesoendea recover his senses
when the terrified operator had ned lor a doctor,-
t l '
i "What a ftrem tnlna-Jhe 1
Inelne Is." edalmeor a FrenehmaHT
lotlafcto one oUhe fads watanranto.A'Wlnr so?"
inquired a mend sitting next to mm. Ueeensen
is to tnat great invention tnat i owe my rorruneJ
My aunt, who was killed last month by a railroad
accident, has left me $20,000. A month ago to
day I was hard at work trying to earn a living; to-
aayiam a gentleman, wjnva great invention
.mbllng house, kent
etTRounds. was found
in a devastated-condition. Between the hours of
3 and daylight some enterprising sportsmen had
entered the place, had blown, openiUe safe and
SOU m lawful Surrency and
"i JEM tganoeaienl wna engineered
lenmjmpsrfAd inemaelves. The
lata mantsafe ftosStbrrhave of mak
ing headway against Chicago faro bank Is when
he goes In with a crow bar and a can of dynamite.
a5 Cot In t& Rampage.
l. fHickory Press.
Since last Saturday there has been, a
great deal ff ejeciiement Jig-oughout
muifitycaise(W)y Jiiad dog.
Idrffli, oiie femes ana ithe other
years! solis f Jtr. GftJaklweU,
were very severely bitten by the dog
early Saturday morning. The children j-
were playing around the yard atf tne
residence j near Hickory when the dog
came up and attacked them. The dog
seemed, to be very ferocious and bit
them in several places before heeould
b frightened awav. Dr. Baker was
I'M riipedMed)fal atterj. I
tion. The parenfe nave been verynitich
exercised about tne cniiaren, ana are
doing everything they can to stay the
riaSicTinf ts ldjfpio Wa. TO phU
time thd chifdren na"ve slfowfi no-signs
rf ltnin mnrfl than tlpsh wminHs.
There is but little doubt that th'e frog1
rereixea to was a genuine maa uog,vvuw ,
W. H. Lutes, of Cleaveland countyi-was
in Hickory this week and informs1 us'
that a dog filling the same description 4
had been tnrougnnis section, it was
first? seen on Wednesday, about eight
f miles beldw elqy-1 came to some
hunters in the woods, bit their. dogs r
and made its escape. Thursday it batn '
by Senator Hoyfe's store, at Black-Jpjok
and bit his dogs and several duck and
geese. Later the same day it bitetyr
two lime negroesiwho were njavjngrpn
flrrt robd side. FridW -it hr afDuiig
ladv who was recently married fe'Mr.i
James Wells. She received seyeprj sbt'.
vere wounas DUt nnany succeeueu in
beating it away from her. The dog
then came on through the " Hog Hill "
settlement, then through the neighbor
hood of Mr. James Keever's, showing
fight with ogst cow8,.qhickes, , and ev
erything of the kind with which he
tjame in contact. rridaVtlfKt he came
-to- IJickory-and juaaped. oa,ajiegro man,, J
who beat mm on witn a ooaraynoF,
however, until he had lost a partialis
overcoat in the fight. Saturday imorn
ing, after he bit Mr. Caldwell's children,
several gentlemen guarding at thj$,'tau
road works, followed the rabid! animal
and gave him a silent grave near the
. .. . . . ii
J ' dtnrn'TffehTO:Waaington.
A Washington letter to the Louisville
Courier-Journal says: "Titoe was
when Southern members kepit,.house
here and entertained handsomelyiKow
it is the exception to find one doing; So.
Most of them live either in hotels ! or
lodgings. There are nine of those, de
lightful messes formed byvthe Senators
from this or that State. The large: for
tunes and handsome homes how. .here
were exceptions before the war". A
member or Senator now with his paltry
85.000 a year cant keep up with a social
to &5u,D00 year, from its rank and file,
TihtHresult ia the, thernerrj)oor. and
proud, won'tassert himself;. He cannot
equal or return tne sumptuous -enier-tainnaents
of hisrwathy Northern or
Western brother; so he goes out; but
lit'dfesses porty? burrows in Jodg
ings, and his false pride keeps hixafxfjm
organising Tajgclety where a m'odest
house .and entertainment, good campa
nv and conarenial Deonle shall stand in
niar.ft of a crorereous establishmentk fliia;
f Rnrjinmires and Hunkers' in UverytTimei
i 1 MTM--0 ' . " . - j .. ,1
was w lien. a.. senator was a iremenoous -
social factor, but now, unless he lias a
W J ' - J .
Private9 tdrtflnSif 1 fsHfi niati of rtf
. birth .and culture, h&smka down w
levfil of .the averaze memDeroi.jUQn-,
" Th discoveW of the circulation of the brood was
an important event ia tne history meoclnei but J
II me DlOOa OO iuu oi. im purines; iu i-iremauoiii
which Provldei Intended -as a blessing, proves a
bane. Henoa wa; hokl eleause thejriopd jrtjh,
Bosadalla, the greatSouthern .Remedy : -
apr22 lw , . t-i w;
t fii CJifcaae the ch a
DYa notorious eliaTactePfmm
rut is tmn
"-i 1 llo
t.! ' I .C
tut Hi yjjtol htUt .-lvuin i-j iai
Tf: ia rprpA - tit at. "Mr KfminlitAn:
Unifitf tateainlsterto Russia, will
Mr "Yrr:tlie time nd . nlianfl : for
baa'tatooifll Ujr olaiBDfccm.oi South
JaToUnvflTacancie lathe cbthi
board. ;j - - i V
WashingWil fetter of the 24th to the
lBirldnf HmtAtmMesars. Scales'
and !Davis.Torth,Caj:olia, made
strorrwi7srote'$pijeH qij 'the
iUd-ifMr. iw Jjriia, aivd other
Gheewdaf mute, of Whitet
hmirOTIiW JNara i of
age, who-eparwlJyot6;hS rjfe about
two weeks Mtor,rtDetfcB Xhuxaday in a
lieotyf lIMEaifrM. eslrtHrherthRyagh
the; pistol to hia temple, lulled hioasell mr
stdhtly- Hty 'wife1 13 till flive;but car,
not suivlt. ' .,7
' A The' giMafutV 6f tfii'fthhyd cotftt 1
VPv the,JJ.m4a-j ame qwaeiae, ana tor
a two tiaytiltm& engaged in
the examination ot witnesses. Tlrtrrs-
day they, returned a presentment . for
murder against uenwooa ii. iiinas as
principal, and against Harry T. Hinds,
his brother;1" as accessory Defore;the
actqriii the killing of Isaac D, Jamfes.
Thescnool census f 'ItoltimOTe.giyes
SoOfli yiildren and, yfcuthof the school
age-betweeen 5 and, 2 J years. By the
last UnitediStates census, in a popula-
hCwldrenvf, toe seftool age,qui to one
in ieacfr 2.11 of the total population. On
this bitsis Uie "school ! census j makes the
total population of tHe y.to be 24081.
t MarkvjGray, the would-be assassin of
Edwin. Booth, atChiago "was commit
ted Thursday in default of .20,(XXj bail
to await the action , of . thej grand jury
upon aeharge against him of attempt
ing to kill. The penalty of the crime is
froml one to fourteen: years' .imprison
ttient. Gray persisted irf-'regretting his
failure to murdet, " Bpoth, saying he
wotiicl kilt Him when free '-agairi.
Fariher Particnhw trf' lWAftempt Upon' Itte
i 1 '- Special to the LodUvfBe Courier-Journal.
Mirl excitement over the attempted
isasSsmation of 1 Edwin
-was a.viery larg aiteidan.ee, Ji:
aioB g smoothly;. and:the audiehce - w as
particularly enthusiastic, over the 'pre
sentation of the play. During - the ;
prison scene of the last act a load
report was heard, another shot, and the'
crowd, was wild -vwith .. excitement.
Booths with i remarkable presence of
mind, arose and said "That is the
man !": and pointed to a man in the first
Dalcdny. .,!,.!...... .-i,
. Booth left .Uie 'stagria behind the
scenes found his wife: prostrated. The
would-be assassin., .was,4rjamediately
secured, and rgreat t efforts had to be
exercised oh the pari of the DOUce to
keep him from the violence ; Of ; the
crowd.'i After tire' ' excitement., . had
somewhat , subsided .Booth cambupon
the stage, and tlie' vast audieflqe gave
nine lusty cheers ' in- Jiis- iooor.. He
answered with a stwpfactl:: thank -you."
' The prisoner: gave theiname:qf 'Mark
ensrasred as' a retail' drvgoods'clerk in a
prominent house in St.'Louis. , Ie said
tnat nacame jierejor tne, express purr
pose, of-kUling. . Booth, wasorry
that he Iwiihpa&l 'Wpi 'haarkJ ;if: he
had another miance lie would talke care
to do a good1 job. AHoHhe nrotive for
the deed' hfe said' he would ireihain
silentthat- wa; -afRcref , between
man, tw-enty-threeiyears fif ;agri pt light
build, and bearaa -striking resemblance
f: RfwatiVi. t A;a. to where his father , was
Jhe would ayirjtWngi i batniane4 tha$
ttiai;; w, afiaiaisr.e' Ailetter was
'rhnXA-'nL 1224 itii'antaAh TTafw.
Daveaftk- fCctaik9qiwhick' had r been
Written ,bWbrQ1di;;Jn this he
mm that if M.wenTOM' theatre he
;weui&ther kill or be; killedfejf Booth.
The opinion prevails here thatf the nian
is insane. ,n: j
Boothr"ieas!sfeen at the Grand, Pacific,
Hotel, latitonigh and . says thaV he
can conceive of no causa: fot tlue.. deed;
that he did not know. nor. had he. flver
seen the man Gray, as he could iremem
ber. " " "' f'i'iii- j j
Mrs. Booth still lies prostrate at her
room at the Grand Pacific. : The affair
has caused a decided,, sensation, and
indignation runs Wgh against the per
A ilartisbufg (Pa.) dispatchays
Bitition is Jjeing circulated among the
lature, which has been signed by mem-:
iDad'be1 signed by all,! calling,
OntnelJe$nT)iCTats to insist upon the re
pfeaTfeftJie" Federal election laws. The
petition, which was writteny Hon.
Jeremiah S. Black, xecites that there is
much reason to fear-that the dishonest
Eractiees-of the Republican fftrty will
e reiteated unless these statuteaare
wiped, out.The successful fraud of 1876
na' eniboldehed the population for a
stronger effort of the same kind iri 1880,
Another cheat will compel us to choose
between two of the most frightful ca
lamities which can happen to any" peo
ple civil war or tame submission 6 a
government hopelessly rotted.) What
ever was the intent.. ot; thoe . enact
ments, it is obvious they mayj be used
by a corrupt ' adrdi4istration for im
proper, unjust andioppre$sivs purposes;
nay, it is certain theyhayBJ been so
used, and so long 'as " they ' continue on
the statute-books we. canao hope for
free and fair elections. Tha (incorpora
tion of the repealing laws in the appro
priation bill is indorsed, and ; the pas
sage of new laws is ursred to secure the
people against the frauds and violence
WUiVII, HI LUC iXVBCU&V UJ, piCCUWYO ICtt"
islation, will without doubt bo attempt
Threatens every man, woman or ch&) living in a
region of country where fever and ague, la preva
lent, since the germs of . malarial dlaease an In
haled from the air and are swallowed from) the
water of 8H0h a region, Medidnsafegaard b.
gbluteiy necessary to ijulllfy thia dangeE" As a
moans of fortifying and aoelimntlng tbn system so
he able, to resist the malarialMlson, HosteU
Blftets to Jncomparab t best and
the mostropTmu., Irregularities of rthe stomach,
liver and Dowels encourage malaria; but these are
speedily rectified by the Bitters. 'The functions of
digestion and secretion are assisted br its use, and
a vigorous as well as regular condition1 of. the sys
tem promoted by it. Constitution and physique are
thus defended against the- Inroads f malaria by
this matchless "preventive; whlelj is' a&e a certain
and thorough remedy In the worst Leases Of later
mlttent and remittent, fevers,'-' 'JiL . " ''
-ilf.n of,-' r
f5 Vi-j:;(f, -i.i.ns -
-J t - i 11.
, in. r
. In th Mrlr nart of AverT KMuion there is a natural
iafrfdjm tafow ftyttw irtifrrVr , fW fa. ihyilln'gw h h ynblfe. and the general standing of our house, will assure all in-
i nMMt klk UkAh lu Viii 4 ,tn'anA WitfArii fihriM W ' Von1 tuiiiiink nf whtrh nHRl mention will be mad. Tho lntaoi A;
It has many admirers among those who prefer atw
( I imx.incBOiasAiiaway nocK, wnn tnree c iour
in shape and style retaina la hol In popular favof.; sIts length, a, pttB, longer, than last season, and it u one oi, tne most useful among the gar
ments of a feBUemaa wardrobe. . Thajateriata
J ' mmIwiaIa; i H u
rated taaWaMlB ilDnltt
''i&riK Waai:.sswHni.jris iMdXmm'iuB''n and aeaTbut boasts 'pajtlealarU
(ltTocan. uiuque ana very eiegant. . ,
Tjt.WhftoTests.we have a State Wotetto to' this reason's selections. Oar ejrorts have been to place upon ouf
WBtavlte tb attention oi.aU, both-far and near,MBmdtoefr ad4ahtagwffl be toe we wfll send goods to any section on approvahwlth privilege
1 ? .V-, .' Kill , .( .
THE FINEST LOT OF CLOTHING
Ever shown in this city. Bemember that we are the rulers in 1ST Low Prices for Fine Clothing.
April 22, 1879 ' L. BEKWAKGEB & BRO., Fine Clothiers and Tailors.
' & BARt'CH
'WW i '
Notice ts hereby, given that an election will be
held on the first Monday In May. (being the 6th
day of the month), 1879, at the usual: polling
places In the several wards of the city Of Charlotte,
for Mayor and a Board of Aldermen for said city..
Ward No. 1 Registrar, John I. Elms.
' Inspectors Dr. M. M. Orr, S. M. Howell, A. E.
. Ward No. 2 Begistrar, H. B. Williams.
Inspectors John L- Morehead, Dr. William
oaq, A.B,'I)aYldson. -f ;
,vWard NO; 3-jBegistrar, B. P. Boyd:
Inspectors R Oatea, J. H. Carson, M. A.
- Ward No. 4Begistrar, B.P Waring. . Vv
tnapectors X 7-Brycev Rurus Barringet, R. B.
Alexander,: v: .
. 1LX. ALEXANDER, Sheriff
; B. CSMIia Mayor.
, March 28, 1879.tde.
The undersigned is now prepared to gll an orders j
for every class of Undertaking,
full assortment of
Having on hand a
; COFFINS, CASKETS AND BURIAL CASES,
. - -'- - Both Wood and Metalic.
- - ' ... ' ' "f
.PBIOM as LOW AS ANT.
Hearses rarnistted. if desired.
1 rr x-,-. tvtn
Vurnlture of every Desorlpttoa Repaired at abet
: With E a Rogers, Tra Street, f
desire to know what are the newest, latest and most
. WE3T END SACK.
aliapes and Weas instead ef adhering to the eWO
pouons;roni cut a tnue longer, giving!!, a vum. aau
':;;:TI'itMG: Al&ER FROCK,
t- -. t ... . ...
iV.i ii (' i;ii;.!l;ini ) .: ii.! ,,.,(. " '
w faKM m-nA v.a ahanA, ,m nArf4 Ttt nni1 TTjit'
. - . ..... 1 . ..
mm mi for mi
rpiIE FOUR REVIEWS
g LACK WOOD.
Authorized reprints of
The Edinburgh Review (Whig),
The Westminster Review (Liberal),
The London Quarterly Review (Conservative,
The British Quarterly Bevtew (Evangelical),
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