J ?ft I i'.T A 8ALISllUHY..CTUKsnAY,JA .N0.J.B7.. vol iII t ' 4.. -t mm&&3mt&mw ;.. 1)111.0 WHITE, ryb U Me I'mltJSiatn. ,v. i.rrrt rr tie V-V- 'T i-" - i . 1 1 .. .ftti,M.iii..inn;ru,a a. ujx Jvjm. .-n,r for tl.f ftrtt insertion, and iweirt) lift , t,U rr es..h anWirwnl tM. I if Irtirrt aMre"d Ed'1"' he paW., or they oil! wot be attended in. CONVENTION DI'.HATKR. tm rat titiua iiiTia. tifwrft', AW. 13 The Convention ?ok up report of the committee of I wa!e. AfUr reading the second section, M rli'Trvanl moved to itrike out (he .rd fat at it commencement, tin- 'ery and improper. Mr J fawn laid, tliii word was found 'iild Cimiituilon,tid was therefore f -iii J. 00 the giound ih he had be e a ated, that no alteration wat rccem- J but tuch at the com "nil lee be ii khtolurelr nccetsa-y. He hoped , rd vtpuld be permuted to remain. !i Iirrpard observed, lhat every tfp . ii tTie CuiMcn.KMt ookt ibmiiiccd hint that ihejr fi'tt ought to have gone in a committee of the whole, and fixed s certain piinr ip!e of aciion, instead o! ! ::'ring t they lud done, the tubjret to 3 uromiuec of aeven. We refencd to :!i commitleei laid he, the discharge of a t tinct undefined in il nature, instead i nslructing them to report on parti u Ii inbjectttlhc consequence hat been an um lit factory rrpoit, which mcmbert had Fein restrained from amending out of re ,ct for thil com nailer : but at thi it tie laat dav of the session, he hoped that glitlemcn would bnng forwaid such a ptn jmrntt at eppeered to them nerra Itr-i The chairman of the committer it livri(inglo admit any departure fion the tjrdfofthe old Cotis'iuition, except on I'inciple. Hut at the word that is un ifreaeary, anil it omitt-el in the lt ar , he hoped it wm.ld be dispenied with 1 '2d atid lillowin rclifi. 'r. Vanny reuff'tcd ih.t he wa again el up) 10 justify the report of the ti'tt mtm U.C1 a-rctm He khtw not how ajtitfjctory that .n lud bun ; but he knew that the w wtu tji who composed it had paid f.ci-Mie-:Lu to !h autn, and had e--..i4lfj)) bdsioetn eonifiiitted to the in ort of t tic ir ability, though it had ,fiih r been a verr pleas.mt, nor very tjv ' uty. Gentlemen were certainly at liberty lo propose whatever amendments t" it they thought proper, but he hoped liat all such as were proposed would be) 1 some laiportancct ana not nitre veioai :riiirimi.' The amendment was negatived. Mr. Mangum aguin mOted to tubsti Inte the word nirn hin for that of Hepre cntrtivrs in the 2d line of the S1 section, ahich was agreed to. The renijining amendment were con JU"TejliiiwjllioyMjrJyljf.. Mr. Camrron renewed 'lis motion to pive the tons of Newbern, Wilmington -no FdMctteville representatives. Mr. fosifr said he had somew hat chan-l-tecl hhluplulon on this subject. Several ol the tjwns rontainvd nearly a siifTicicnt Dumberlrjf inhabitants to entitle them to a representative, and as their interests were tomewliat distinct f n m the inhabitantt of the country, he was willing to allow them 1 representative, deducting on that ac count a Member from the county in -.yhich mcU loti it situated. Mr. I'arnr observed, that leaving pol irv out of the question, he thought jus :i e and qquity required that these towns contain raen of talents at least eqral to ajt :ollveiA.XW4ateTfvd- they eoght to . hivivlheir,. du e. e i ghiiahc-Leui&Luur He had lived boh in rown and country snd he knew there Acre prejudices ex isting between the" inhabitants of toiyn and country, which the measure proposed -jQuldJisvraieoderuriajcmovcu Mr. I'anrry thought, in the form the Imposition was' now made, it ought to past. Newbern and KnyettevRle. he be iieVecT, had now neatly 4000 inhabitants, hich was the number required for a re pregentaWe, end it was probable that ilminglem nii0:v have that nnr . fore t next census was taken. On ta kir, reffejenttive from the countie -i Cravcnff New Hanover and (lumber mmim ht .wiwoiiott ,w oufcirfic: Mr. IVtilhim.-cn said he came to this place detsriiur ed -to put down borough "ien.'' - -when thh-proposition wat first inadefht thought it reasonable, and voted for it, . j he ho.)C( it wou)d greed to., !r- Thifv ixprcMcd. himself to the .4-me effect. The imendroei.t for Instrtlnj iht word " and town," In the former part of the eciloQ wa a(ietd to. Mr. I'tmrron then moicd to add, end K lowaa i4 VViimloglon, 'rwtr .mi rayattewile, each one re prr tentative " Mr. tukrr moved u aJri ta tit; of ttalelijh to the poi)0jMmeridroenl. lit opuIaUorTie atI,lttearT)f ffiur tblfie Urgett ol the other to wot, and it it, he tidct, the teal of KOvernmritlf end the dailinr; of the Slate. It will not fail lo tend to I be Legislature an enlightened member, who would not only do credit lo the city, but to the Sute. Mr. Yunoy obiened that he hadjutt met withe centut of the popuUtion ol the different townt, by which he found that Raleigh had more inhabitant tfun Wilmington, and but little let than the other two lowot. Ho had little ilM that Halcih would have tuffirient nuin bcr of inhabiuiitt before the neat centut wat taken to entitle her to a representa tive, lie hoped, therefore, the mo'ion of the gentleman from Koan, to jdd Ha leigh iw the townt proposed by the gait llrmn from LumborUnd, would be a grttil to. Mr. Handtri wat in favar of loth pro potitiont. Halcih wat the teat of (ov entmcot, here were all public buildings, and here all our public offuar rtiUd. A representative in the city would be cw tideied in the light of a centincl over thete buildings, at well at every thing in which the government was interested, and would be able to give information to the legislature in relation to mete aubjeclt- Mr. Mangum taid,thati( wat. par tups, unnecessary to add to the renurat which lud alrcadr been made on :hit aubject. He knew that complaints had baen made againtt borough repr-etentaiivea. 1 he term applied to the British tyttem of rotten burbugti, had been improperly ip pliedto it. Hut whenever a town contains a auiiw'icjit numucr 01 inhLuiautt to en title it to a leptctetitative, jusiire and good olicy rc'iiie that it thould have one. Indeed there wn a goKj lotce in the remark of the gcutlrnun from Cum bcrlund, thi town had ditinrt ioteie which ought to be leprctented. And he trusted, that herenltcr, those jelouies which heretofore existed in this quarter towards gentlemen from the west, as be ing unfiiendy to the citv of lllcigli, uuUJ no i -.!. -, . .j.fi dent there wat no foundation for it. Mr- Cameron accepted of the proposed amendment at part of hi motion which was carried nearly unanimouiiv. Mr. C then introduced a new section the 42d) regulating town election, which., was agreed to. The next section proviJing for the e Ircliou of Senator wat agreed to, as al ready mentioned, aficrome rather irreg ular tleUaie. The amendments reported by the com mittee of the whole being gone through, Mr. ffariirigton renewed his motion to ttnUe out the ioth and 27ui sections, which have relation 'o ('teachers of the (ospel and religious opinion. And lett he should be misunderstood when he rnaat w :orrucr. iuuuout.-ne.. uow tut J l' r L l i! ' claim all particular partiality lor clen;y- men, and any hostility to religion gener- ally, or any other paiticular ttcts of ion ; but believing that these sections con- tain uimecestary restrictions, and militate against the principles of Civil and Kelig-; ious Liberty, he had determined to make another attempt to expunge them Itom jJ)0 fcpecirviK the alterations proved, our Constitution. He was unwilling lojbh)t; be rea(j ,nree ,imes jn t(lCh (),ls,. consume unnecessarily the time of the lon ,nrcc scveral days, and be passed by Convention, but reeling more interest in i , wo lnj,.f,s 0f eacn, ani) ,hcn puhiihed lor this matter than on most others, he hoped ,hrfe mths. It it then to become the he should be allowed an opportunity of te8iutthc- next election, and if two thirds recording hit vote against thete sections. of the nexl Legislature confirm what hud lie tnereiore moved mat tne question De , laken bv Yeas and Nays Mr. Yancty hoped that his friend from Anson would -consider what he sa-irf on t hi snhitjv but, to. ihc.public as an sufficient jiete-..t against retaining these sections. Some other remarks were made, pro posting that the gentleman might enter his protest on the journal. M fTIla r ri ngion saTJTne helie vedlKere were more gentlemen in the Convention who agreed with him in cpinion on this subject than were willing to declare it publicly, he would not enforce his call, but withdrew it. The motion was negatived. Mr. T. G. Polk proposed to adJ b new section to the Constitution (the 49th and last) providing a way in which future a- made. , A be proviso at the close ol a was added by amendment. Mr. Yancey hoped this amendment would be adopted. " Some provision ought to be' made for future amendments, which should not be made too easy, as it is not to be' presumed that any future amend ment would be desired, except it were manifestly necessary. . kunate Irving In being under the necettl'y of in opinion with gtnilsticn. If pottd to this amendment, vJ 4 'reoiit why he wit to. Ift ae on 4 five at op loied to tt because t . : 1 Ja.Udt. of each hot.so of I ha (riarr Atsend.lv 10 pis a bill Ofl thittu'ijeci. Iliotth hrl ITnew'lTi.l tImiIaTnrovI7on to ih I tot le found in the Conviiuf'ttwi of the li it. d Staiet, and in trverfl of the Coostiiii.iit of our titter Statet. Bo heimk ii V, be lunoamcniai ruie in ite,Miiiwn i.owm mantl that iii.ijorny ou'ht to riie.id he did not think llus ( ouvrntion ha right to prctcribc rule that shall rrrirny two thirds of the Legislature to patt 1 hi( on any tubject. A majority oflhe f"ple( have an inalienable right lo rcl;e afd al tar their (.'ontiiiuiion whenever 1 they please i and havim: this right, he eould dislike lodo any thing whirh thouhleem lu turtf ndci or abridge thai right.' I Mr. I'olk had no idea ol ai'emp'rg to deprive a nuj'iriiy of the people ooiheir right 10 a t in their tovcreign cap J '? at any time, on tins or any other t jeci He wished only to provide a mo : b tthith ihe lgislatu'r mi ht imt I the Consiilutiun in fouic, arid 10 gu 'd a gainst umimely attemp't 10 anreril i ; hut his health would r.o alio I ioj t0 m ter into art argument 011 tr 1'1'tfO. f Jr. rr ws t ppo,W io i iririi j men'- 1 he re is a riistin-h n a i Coiistituiion lornird by the proi'-, and altered and amended bv the Le-iraHire t I hope thii house will )v.ats kfp it in view, arid that thrv will ntvrr f'" t it ; when you leave it discretion try ith t'm Legislature to alter and amend in Con ttitution, cu break down the oir b i it r which separates the ln'iiution m dc Lt giliore, and un&oli every dot which leads to fraud and corription. t an ant man in this house prophe:icalltav. tlul the Legislaiure will ncter bcrmc (' rupttd ! If he can. you have nthin j fc.ir. Hut, at long as vice ihui cling to the human larnilv, you have tit ttiong est re ton 10 guard against the rights of the prople. Sir, 1 contend lhatthis is a correct way to detioy the libeiirs of j free people. Are gentlemen 4lling to throw away ihe sovereignly of i t people into the hands ol (he I egislatiM '. I he other day we were called iipii give up an i:n,jo:tu:,t check, a'td iia w. aie cul '''t ''.'" to l-r ur f Tills aniaitdment i in oprxiiioi in the Vnii mcntit eoieitained H imili it Hik1 .Ndi ton. Sir. the British govertt.neitt afi rd us an example on ihi tubject : they M w hat it tailed their triennial Paitfanie'ntY; they declared that parliament was su preme and uncontruiable, and thereby al tered some of the fundamental principles ol government ; they altered horn a tri ennialtoa reptentual parli.tment, extend ing thciL. icim Xiistwtourti yond what they were entitled to. Sir, if it be kit discretionary with the Legisla ture to alter and emend this Constitution Lj-r . .... me oanus oi mis consti ution wiil be no more than flax beforr the hie, or clulT before the whirlwind! Mr. Yancey perfectly agreed with the treotleiiun fiom Orance. thul a maioiiti -40f ihe people have e rijht to irtemhe . Mr. Mangum tU, ho wat tin! C onttitunoo whenever they please-; nor couu j,e perceive that this amendment te!ig-jpIO)0Sfd a tut render of this right. It dmpv points out the mode in which the iuUture m-y bring about on amend mf n, 0f ,hc Constitution. Wbat is the mode j, reouircs that a bill for the our- bccn l)a,sed t)V ,ie nrecedine Lccislature, the proposed amendment shsll become a part of the Conttituiion. 'I his provision will render unneccssiry Futnre 4 onvrn tmnir-forHhe--pirrpa(e""Tf ''"aTne'nttin(fTfie" i a Conslituiion, and iheicby prevent excite ments amongst the people. Indeed no thing would have induced him now, to have touched the Constitution in the orny wayin which it could be tlono, but toe present great inequality in our reprcn tation. The amendment was carried by a small majority. On motion of Mr. Mangum, the pro viso at the end of the section, was added. The question on adopting the Con'ti tution us amended, was put and unani mously agreed to. Mr. Sanders called up the n ;)0rt which nrnrwrire aavisaolttlauxu &UOmil.ljrig lie. LfillUS!" lion to the people, which was rca as fol lows, and amended : The above remarks -of Mr. Phifer, wliii'lil we have put in brackets, were communicated to us, with a request to publish then in lieu of the few word attributed to that gentleman bv the fiakigk Remitter E'iiur Cureffnidti, TN commit'ee epp'ilntrd for the pur rK)se of enuuiiiig into the most advit ' ble plan ol lubmiuliig the amend mentt proposed lu be engrailed on (he en ttltoiii-n, to the people of the State, KifSKT, that they have ettentivtly roriti'icrrd ihe tohject re(rra,l M,i cr.nsideri'irn. In which they have dneov ereJ"tnfaiifoP'ifffnJnf thr eibect of ( omcii'iN that would be entirely free from difTiruiiet. The Committee, how ever, lave thought it best and at most likrlv to meet the public approbation, to submit the arnendmrntt proposed lo be made in the Constitution directly to Ihe people, ixt lo re commend the election of !)rrg:es lor its ratification and adoption I he pa,..o will (hut be enabled lo con sider aid past upon lit provision! J ind from i' ir dclegatet in conformity with iff Constitu'ion as amended, they will dhiover its practicable operation 10 far at .tpeitslhc mOt numerous brtuh of the Legislature. I or this purpose thev reeointtrtid ihe adop'ion of the follow in z tt iutiont : I If li fd, I hat i be recommended to the pci pie of the teveral Couniiet in the St.4e, al their next annual electiun to tltrt tiflratet to meet in Conven'ion in the ("i v of I'jleigh, on the lerond Mon day ofNo ember next, fur I he purpose ', - t t'T',n k n"ini which I ve been pic)oed to inc Constl iuumi .f the State. 2 frtjlvrd, I hut the laid Delegate s when --Sk int. led in Convention, shall be limited to the amrrn'ment now proposed, but sh.ill be authorised lo adopt such futther provisions at to thern may teem necessary for earning the said Constitu I linn fn..n At- .1 in!. flff I 3. Fn'di rd, I hat it be rrrommended It trie tcteml County Courts in the State t-i ppoint fit and proper persons as Judges of eiedion ol Deleva'cs, and that n h im...;. iv mi .11 .1 fil tinft ic ('i d.rird under the Con as tii o.osed lo be amended, to I" ' sti'ti'ion vote lor the most numerous otaticn 01 the Lririsl.iHitc l-e j 1 a 1 1 fi c tl to vo'e lor such Dclegaics, uiui thai the election ol Delegates bo c citified by the returning ofTicer of the county. 4. Rt f.h rd, I hat each County in the Statue thall be entitled to elect the lame number of Delrgates to the Conen'ion thev would be entitled to members in the Hutisc of Representatives under tne pu.itoM d Constitution as amended. 5. Ueo!ird, 1 hat a committee of three members be appointed in present the a mcnilnu nts pr oposed lo the people, wiih the views and explnutions which hate induced this Convention to propose the tame. After rending the Report, Mr. Sanders observed, that it was expected that the committee who made this Report would also iave prepared the pioposcd Address; .antsuCtr had b"een"tTc aMcntTorT whit h it was ieessary lot them to pay to the busi ness before the Convention, that it was not ii their power to do it. He thought it best that a committee should be ap pointed for the purpose, who could pre pare the address al their leisure. M'. y.cif from the committee appoin ted t .provide a fujid for .defrayiiig the eKpxnce rTtlendrngthe Convention, made a rtjoit, which was concurred with. Mr- Brinam Irom the committe on f.lertions, reported that they had exami" tied the several certificates handed to then, and although some of them were not altogether regular, they deemed them all slIVu ient. The business of the Convention being fini-jbed, and the President having leii the chair, pit motion of Mr. Yancey, it was una nioiMy resolved, that the thanks of this Conlcntion are due, and are hereby pre senttd to the Hon. Montford Stokes, for the able and dignified mannet in which he 1 is discharged the duties ol the chair The Convention ihen adjourned r WONbF.RFl'l. DISPENSATION'. 'The' Louisiana Advertiser of Nov. 22," says 14 We have been informed through several sources, and have reason to rely. to a certain extent, upon the correctness ofl riFihTo TiiTaTlonTlti aTabOuTT h rt t srof October, a sudden change of the weather was experienced ul Tampico and the vi- cinit., the mercury of the thcrinomcteiv falling 40 degrees in 8 hours the conse quence of 'which was, that three hundred perxGii died in cnt night in that city, and the adjacent country. One of our United States' vessels was in port. at the time, and our informant adds that she lost at ttoftmftitinM ae4(Miiacltaxmg..iiau' -aitfa,- ' Powder mill bLrJn ui. t)n. the C6:h ol November the i-WdtMnitl in i.eev Mas sachusetts belonging to Me-sr. Luilin Loomis Ec Cq.'was blown i and two ol the workmen kilirid- The names of the deceased uere Motrv .Brown and Walker CONTiHP.83. REN A IK. J.Mr. I'afmii i.ffercd the fol lowing retotuiion, which wat Nad, and laid over for cwwwif r.tlon 1 ftft0d, Hu th I M il do e m f as kl Af. files be ltrirr-l , ',;it i-r Inin ,1, ,'.t ry of authorii'iigin Mn to.iaj nu.i.i.t r 'i of war In he biidl a'i-1 ! i.j'p'-d fr l'. v ri oHim Blr.T "tJti. ' " ),, 7,mmfhf fillowing rommittee wat appointed upon the teveiil tmrnd mentt (uop'tied to ihe Coiisii'otion ; Mrttrt. Iriiton. Ilivne, Hotmet of Me. Dif krrson and K !ly. Ihe following resolution. ffcrrd yet- terdav bv Mr. I.aton, wi also adopted I kfihrd, 'I hat the Judiciary CunnntUr in- quire if am, and wksl an.rinlii.cn', may hr fie. irssiry to an act, enti'ln', ,nat, r latisr t' tin- Eh etors of I'r. Mditit ti.d Virr-Prrtidi at of tin- t lii'r.l sia'ra, bihI d-clriiig t'n- fli i r whu shall a t t t'ri tidrtit in ease ol Ur f uncit I in thr oflii't-t of both Pirelli nt and X Uf Prrti drnt," pM. dthe 1st of March, 1790. lht. 18 I he bill " appropnain a certain sum of money lor the rem I ol Daniel I), fompkint." wat taken up in comini'ire of the whole, and Ihe tilt wat pitsrd unanimously. Mr. King of N. Y. and Mr. M.f on, were annexed to ihe committer i n li e amendment of the Constitmion. in pur tuancc oflhe motion ol Mr. Dickrrton. tioi sr. PEPUr.sr. i , Ijtc. 15 Mr. Rankr:,, Ii oin H e com mittee on Public Lands, re por'ed a bill to authorise the State of Indi.ms to op n a canal through ti e put lir lands, 1 1 con nect the navigation of the rMeis a'l.sh and the Mumi of Lake I rir ," which was read t h ii r ai d roiiimiitrd. On m'lion r.f Mr. Vntr, it was Jrt-hnl, I hat the Cnrmiiiltrr rnssal Af fair tie ii'strurt il to ii.iinrr into the lp O'Mi r of sx-ia!i f ith Mi. MiHtarv Vrd'-iit t vVest Pdiii', a v lii'i.l ol um'rii tion nr Mn- M il shii'nrn ol tin N v ol tin- t ihtnt M.s. Mr. Allen, of leuntssee, olTeied the followinp : Hnulvd, "llin the Pos'rt.asVr (' ni-r.d bo dirc tti d to la lu f ire this M'ist-, j I f t Mio Post ( ifliri s dllltl;l llis t.liiitlti litirr,f in thr tc-trral Ma' and 'I rrriii.i i- i nlwi, ' . li tii r 'I'lii-cd to In- frf"Hli'-d 1) ilrpnt, I'nst. nustrrs '. siicli Hi!!, i s, u itli the rt-gid i'ion .lupteil fur srnn ii.if a illi ii i eonsrxanri f.rtlie let'crs, Uc. disliiic-il f it othi i on iri'irim iliate io--rciU-i. D e. 17. The f Ihwii g resolution, offered yeitrrdav bv Mr. Allen, of Muss, was taken up and adopTd ; ftrw.t. 11r the r..tnti r f.ri.' ,1 ' i!i rc'Ctt-d to la before tiiia Mouse a statriiu- .1 ul tlia .ilHit-r of niilm of Post ll'.a.l . xmny l,y w hi rac-h State fr irrrstor) lor iivrli tflticjfi'i e wars rii it pn-cidirig Mir lt dm of ,A r I lit the ninnbcr ol milri ol wd read at'-fpn the mail as j tual carir l in earl, of M,..,, nins, toitln-r s illi llip vrarlv cmripi ns ion or lot. niMst. i s, and the- n.r ilrmsl i iim tin mm : !, a Had im iil of the amomi! of pus- ut u irb aecnird in each Mate and I rrri'-T-. i , ;,rh of tin c j earn ; the arls rr i ipls ! r. f-,,ni . tho searly mt3rTrTS-f' TarrdT,it,rrTni-7r-r rrTTr" iv ; and thr hal;.n-r of posing hif i nrrnicd in efh of suid rars, no din , and ,n rr. m. 1), c . 18 A mess.n:c' from i.ie- S n'o communicated that thev hid pjssed ihe bill for the relie f of Daniel D. Tompkins, without amein'ment. THR ORKFXS. On molion of Mr. Williams of N. C. iLS--4 ; : : Uet'.hrd, That thr Prrsidrnt ol t!ir t'nited Ststrs he ivcjm s'rd to lay In ion- ll is House- any mtonimtion lie may hae nreivrd, and whirh hr may not deem it imprnpi r to r-mmunicate, n lating to the pn si-nt conclition or future pnt pects of the . recks. Mr. Kankin this day prrsrnted a peti tion from the inhabitants of Pcnguitu , on the Red River, a settlement ol the Hud son IJ.iv Compuny, inrlosedin a le tter from jtjjor Long to the Srcrrfary of Wnr; in which, after stating '.hat they had dis covered themselves lo be within ihe lim its of the United States, they praved that the laws of the United Sta cs might be extended to them. Drc. 23, Mr. Webster, from the Com mittee on the Judiciary, reported a bill to repeal in part an act to lessen the com pensation tor Airshalsr Chrrksnanc) : At- forrieji's, In the rnscs therein mentioned" which was read twii e and committed. Mr. .Waliary suttmine-d the follow irj resolution, which lies one day according to a rule of the House : Retolved, That the President of the t'nited Ststrre-Trrtirsterr-ro fay brteirc-this- Hmtse tiich inforniMtirin as he may pos.s-8s (ami rtrcb may be disclosed without injory to the public good) relative to tiie di trrmination of sovrreigno to assist Spain in the subjugation of her late tri nities cm the Ainciicaii c onliiit iit, and wheihcr any ginernment of Europe is disposrd or di ter mined to propose ary aid or assist mice winch audi soTcreign or t"inliintioil ol o rreitfli may afford to .sjiain for the mibjugaticm of ln.-r late Colonies above mentioned. Trve" rleiw 4u4:air.st -4iitlt.4..,, Nr." V. EVcMiing-lPoTt,"'afe elusive work of eoloied men. I hese gen tlirmen - aftfr entering a--ivue in search of plunder, if surprised in H e f.ct inge niously eHiiittileitdiunkcnnts until tliey ai-e shewn lh way into the street, when hey immediately icrpyer the use ,ol their limbs. .' Suvi.ir(:M Cfecrrrtafl." riS'jte JbWNWIIVilyW IT umm J I V WINHH ' v

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