, f CAPT. MARRY ATT. - " -
"Some four year ago, ame (our or five careless,
vagabond young men wen) seated in the barroom
of (he Gait House, at LouUvillo Enjoying a aociul
glas. Caplaiu Marryatl hud been sojourning at
Louiavillo aome day at tho time of which we
write, ho waa aim ply a sort or a (ton J after that he
became notorious. Although ' the Captain waa
uuivcrsally acknowledge" to be "j good follow "
who could "carry a largequantUy of liquor, and
who " treated liberally .'y-ot it waa considered by
some who were as fond of a joke as any thing else,
that he might be rather easity gulled. , , More than
once, among Jhose he bad cjjnseg to consider(for
the nonce, aa hit intimate triends, be had been acen
to take out hia note book, and make sundry memo
randa. The impression became universal, there
fore, tba? on hurefuVn to, England, he intended to
write,, a Trollop book," hence many a one en
deavored to furnish him with an extra item, so thai
when tap gallant Captain siaYted fltf home, be bad
jtet about at correct a knowledge of 'bur people as
when he started from home. Mixed dp with a
variety of facts, he had gathered a still larger va
riety of absurdities, imposed upon him by wags of
every grade and complexion.
While the lads, that we mentioned, were lutfurl
nting over their cigar, the Captain entered the
bar room, accompanied by one who had been his
borfom companion for some days, and who was
known to love a quiz as be loved bis life. The ki
lt is a pity to spoil this capital story of the gal
lant Cnptain, but the truth must be told. The
young man whose history is so graphicly described,
was lor yeare the Clerk of the steamer i . anL
never possessed over one hundred dollars of his
own during his lifetime. We met him a few days
ago on the levee, looking as good naturcd as ever.
The gambling parly, Captain, was the worst kind
of a saw. Hew Qrkant Picayune.
Z Marshall Laudohn commanded the imperial ar
my during a portion of the seven years war. When
Frederic the Great met htm in company he pnid
him the compliment, of saying, " Stand alongside of
me, for I don't like to face you."
D'Ohenhausen mentioned of the great Condo,
buke of Olivarez, prime minister of Phillip IV. of
Spain ; hie artful manner of informing his master
oft be loss of Portugal
'I congratulate you, aire," aaid he 5 " the es
tates of the Duke of Braganza are all fallen to your
majesty, fur ho has dared to teat himself on the
throne of Portugal. 'y
.."Here is a ridiculous ttory told of Mr. Chamber
lajn, ' who rides extremely hard fox hunting,?
nays Swinburne, "and tell wonderful atones.", It
hus been told of other persons, and is tolerably
characteristic of a certain class of professed liars.
, He was talking of bis travel in Switzerland,
whore, par p.renthese, be had never been; so
some one asked bun if be recollect J Mount Blanc.
" 1 shall noi easily forget it" he replied, "for
ter persona advanced to the party and said,- j I er had such sport, in my Jife. Nirorod, tbe;
The Captain is anxious tosee vpu ilav thai name hunter, who cjio tilings in goou siyie, never oaggeu
of poker we epoko of td night. He says be wishes j
tosee a gamo in me real soma western siyie.
Now keep steady faces, go to the room, and 1 will
see that the Captain is iliere."
7" Sport on Mount Blanc I" exclaimed the other.
u What! chamoier
1 ' 1 11
In about a half an hour.-a singular crowd miuht ' " cneruoim-an, you may we,, ..are,
c r .. 1 I . . .. .i I
have been seen in one of the room. Tour at al : ,,ul cueruoim, 1 repeu, .ur . u,.-y Bu
a table, each corner of which was garnished with I P1"" do continually cry.
jist sjch a display of doaJly weapon as fancy die I Being P"" to explain, he continued " Egad,
lated; all of the pl.ver having provided them. ';1"1 acarccly reached the summit, b- fore Bang,
eelres with pistol and Bowie knives. A warm fire I W f' Panie. Wted forward, and in a few seconds
was in the grata, and the gamblers bad stripped lja wagging his tail, end-may I be set down
themselves of coat arid vest ; ready as it appear-l , " a ,f d,d n" droP ' al my feet
. for anv encounter. As spectators of ihi game, ' -Pr l,,,le ,lna nad 'dently oot rath
- Cant Mirry3?r M J- tiTr'cofiirailo-'wtio-cloly rcr ,ost WW """Of the elkn '
. watching the proceeding,.. j half fr"I?n J - 1 iwt rt ' UP wi,h 4 ,!,,le bran-.
Now, genllemen," ..d one of the party, hold- !dY P1""'1 '"X l",m nd cafr,edi, d"n Xo
iog up a pack of card-, " .fyou are all ready, we jCha.nouny, where ,t quickly revived. I then put
will be"in." i 'u, c 'Se a,,d had lho Plea"ure 10 near " '"i'
Al? ready for a set to," re-?onled the others, t 1 u,ie,M ,u bnni ll over B Pr'nt ,0 -W,,beT-The
card ere dealt, ami at it they went. The for", but my pious intentions were frustrated."
luck seemed to change variously for some time. ! " Wh'' w,,al bucam of " ?" v
By and by a jounjr man, Who was playing with re- ! ' Confound it, air, the cursed cat ate it I '-.V.
workable coolness, made alx of rive thousand!' irror'
I w.ll have 1.1 iht ." said another. and ! M- D- Tocquevillie, m his work on the United
" Ma wan!e to know it Vou won't lend her your
life preserver 1" " Ah, it the going eaair "Uh
no, she ia teriibly sick with tho lover, and (be floctor
thinks she must dio. So she want toborrow your
life preserver and aee what good that will do."
I can'l find bread enough for my family," aaid
a lazy sinner in public company. " Nor I, replied
an industrious miller, " I'm obliged to tcork for it."
To dun or not to dun 1 That is the question,
Whether 'tis better tliat the pure should sufler
(From lack ot cash) by baneful emptiness,
Or by a gentle dun to fill it up 1
To dun 1 to get the money, sod be enabled
To live, and pay our debts 'tis a consummation
bevouily to be wixbed." Todun, to be denied - -Inied
with csll again "aye, there' the rub,
For in that H call again," what evils come,
What disappointment, sore chagrin, and woe,
W hat time is wasted and what shoes worn out
Inconsequence, must give us pain;
Tbat makes so many debts not worth collecting ;
TiS this that sickens buainess to duspair,
And keeps from honest labor its reward.
, J From the Temprrance Advocate.
' Mr. Eoitoi i As you seum to have a good deal
to do with iho ladies, will you u.forin me (and thus
perhaps confer a favor on others beside my sell)
bow a young gentleman shnubl commence a note to
a joung lady 1 , Should lie begin will) " Dear Mad
am,'-or "Wear Miss," or 1 the word lst
too familiar a prefix, where there exist! r.o partic
ular intimacy between the parliei.l , In. fine, Mr
Editor, a short essav on uoie-writing, in general,
would be very acceptable to mora than one of your
reader. y w JUVCNlsW
Juvenisbas "wukedup the wrong passenger1
this time. But we hope sumo of our eorrespoQu-1
Or TBI ' -'
Congrc8lonaI Globe and Appendix.
enls who knows more about ,roote.wrilmg bn,
mo do, will gratify the youth' for who knyws but
he may have a love-aflutr imi band, andthat the
late ol families yet unborn, depeuds on ma knowing
whether he should style fJulcine Mist" wir
" Madam," and whether he should prefix a melli
fluous " Dear" to the appropriate title or not !
Tall oaks from little acorns grow," and who
knows but that a little
MtstMis and Dears, uuiy
Prunella, and may hap
fy information touching!
i Juvem a .touch, of (he
ive hi satire and logic from
go you five thousand d ill m better."
Capt. Marryatt'seyes began to open.
" Very well," said the first who bet, Without
changing a muv.le of hi countenance, I cannot intelligent men there are emongtt us inprivate,
tULon this hand. I ee you live thouand and bet I "d how fow in public life. '
Getting a Lim:nJmr saiX Abner rheip
States, has made a remark to this cflect, (hat
observer abroad, in viewing society and Govern
ment in this republic, cannot but notice how many
. ' The d-vif yoj r!.i " TtilTa saTty bH. Draw I
it, Fred ; my baud is better than your 'sand I don't I
wish to steal your money. Ler it be decided on
the original bet of five thousand."
i I have bet twe.ntyboy.iani"-jaiilbe,.youngl
man, finnlv, " and you can call it or not, l ist as . , , , . ,
, ' , . Toyr and MraniK, ul Road speculations have
vou choose this i no child splav, to bet and back ; , r , . - , . ...
. 1 left loruc.ot the buuua pleuty .ot " Hays and no
Dog tat Dog A cnrrcftpoiidentoflhe Evening
Pout, olludipg to the fact tout the federalists in
Congressare fighting one another pell mell, say sit
remind him ol an old anecdote : " A distinguished
sporMng character of London employed an Irish
servant, whom he had recently brought over from
ie estates in Wexforl county, to.rarry a number
of game cocke to New Market. Tne servant put
them all into one baj. When they were turned
out upon his arrival at the, hotel 111 New Market,
they were .n a terrible state some dead, olhera
expiring, and the remainder mutilated ; some being
evelewi, and others faint from the lows ol4 Glood,
the other day to his son" Jim.yoijare lazy, what
00 earth do you expect to du for, a living ? "
"Why father, I've beenthinking as how, I
would be a Revolutionary Pensioner ! "
1-xtra gentili.y is deucedly apt to get quizzed
but it never finds that out in lime.
" Very well," sai l the other, " I give you a
fmr chance, -1 the- twenty llvm-antl and CTJW "
win more if I chose to d. so. There' my hand, !
four aces, and the be.tt ia the pnek.
' E.ionjh wid,"' renli' d th lo;r, " I am satis j . , ....
1 1 . ... , . A lew days since Mr. Vme appealed to the
fi-d. liiu hav won tiiiitv thjuiau'l dollar : conn- L, , r , .
... - iri," . . 1 8pdker lor protection against Mr. Adams, who he
I Jh nfjl.-p. nrl I IL I irll. l-ml till ht.rh .ri ti.n I 1
, , , , , I aliened, was making mouth at him." Piecinely
j ttie sa
me complaint was subsequently made by toe
gentleman from Massachusetts, against Mr. Mar
hall, of Kentucky. Bill the latter gentleman de
fended hiuiwell', saying, " it Was only a peculiar
mode he bad of chewing his tobacco."
Q- Why don't Arnold of Tennessee kol-i hii
A. Because it was choked out of him over a
feet, at the F.ttra Seion, and has been evr since
hryond hit control.
.1 I . I .1 ,1 f...
t:.e ia cent I nave in trie won-i. I e ohl man -farm
is all goi.e now. I have p!ytl enough, boys,
b-t us go and It-pur."' And thus the party broke
AVkj! a ycir after this occurrence, t!,a Diary of
America, by Captaiu Maryaot, maifo it.i appear
i.nce in tin country. I'erhsps an extract from the
(x-cond volume will gratify the reader ;
While I was in I.ouivil!e I had an opportuni
ty of witnein the coolness of A-n . .us in
gambling, and of jis'ly esii nting fiieir i lnrac
teri'io recklessne-s of temper, it lue ,i rm tune
t'le u!'.er bsrbarity of so ne ff their h.ihr.s were
fol'y diplayod. I was javHed by a friend to look
in upon the proceedings of a party enid in a
pi n-! of card m ich p'lyeJ in thi S'u:h v.et,
callc-l " Pukcr." To tny u'ter a'stoui-lunent' I
lonnH item a'most to tho skm, like a gang ol Sl,r- j- r.fty yP!i f);w raorucrs were wil!j dilr
ages. N ir as this all. that appeared. On each ! cuty collected to follow the remains of M..zn to
corner of the !a!.le li.ey had d p .s.tcd their vari.-u the grave, md now, after the lapse of ball" a centu
weapons dir'ns. pit'oU mi l l le knue-i re i.ly, 1 ry, admiring thousands Ihrorg together in honor
ns it appeared lir a bluly fiyh', shoo',, I ai.y (hs of his memory, and in grateful homage to a name
pu'.e or mere '1 H't-co nrne. .My tner.d informed , so illuitr.ous and impcrishahle. We .rn from
self upon I lie ground thai he had no reason to ap
prehend any diBaau-r of the kind, as Jhey were all
engaged to fight on one side."
The reader can make the application. Era.
A prelate, walking with Dr. Johnson, in St.
James' Park, remarked that the trees grew very
lurije and strong.
ir, ' said the
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iheet, in case any misunderstanding er misreptesenta-4
tion of their remarks should occur. ;
anu mt. mtMomuon laiuaeit. im -m ssiMMhcd
t or TBB
Worth Carolina Temperance Union.
rpHE Sute Temperance Society of N. C at its s
nual meeting, directed it xecutive Comrnittse
take meaaurea for the establishment, at this place ot
Journal, devoted to the cause of Temperance. '
L-dionce to tbeir wishes, and impressed with 0.
nee of auch a publication, tbe Committee lun!
ned, if sufficient encouragement can
taincd, to iasue the first number of such a publiesi
to be called the NORTH CAROLINA TEmiJS
RANCB UNION, on the first of January b.xl
The leading object of the Union will be. th. Eli
mination of Temperance princlplea We sliaii
deavor.to present in ill psgea, a full record of the pm.
gresa of the Temperance cause in or owo and in
foreign land of lis Hcct upon individual and coro.
munuics ana original article in 4ioience of it prin
ciples, and in reply to tba various objection urged
against it . , '
wmie, nowevor, tne promotion or 1 einperance will
be tbe first and leading object of our Journal, It m out
intention, that its pages shall be enlivened by a general
summary of tbe moat important eventa of tbe day, and
by particular attention to tbe interest of Agiiculiure.
In carrying out this object, the Committee look with
confidence to tbe friends of Temperance, particularly
in North Carolina, for aid and support. A sew mi.
pulse ha been given to the cause in this Sute. Were
this tba proper occasion, we could tell a ul of whit
baa beeo passing under our own eyes, which aouid
send a thrill of joy through every benevolent heart.
The reformation of the inebriate haa Commenced, and
is itill going on with a power and mcccsa, which th
most aanguine never dared to anticipate. Give u but1
the meana of communication, and we trust that an in.
fluence will go forth Irem the Capitol of the old North
Kute, to its remotest boundary, that will tell upon its
happiness and prosperity through all future generauona, '
Permit us, then, most earnestly to appeal lo every
friend of Temperance, Morality, and good order, to aid
ns promptly. A the object is to commence sub. tbe
new year, if lay oa tbe part of iU friends nny be fatal.
Let every individual then, who feel an interest ia our
success, and every Temperance Society, become re.
sponsible, el once for the number of copies, winch they
suppose can be circulated irUhcir iciwi,siid forwird -their
names iuiinedistuly, for 10, 20, or 60 copies, as
they may think tbe demand of their neighborhood any
justify. Ia this way only, can we hope tor success in
At a meeting of the Executive Cu i miflee of the X.
C. Temperance Society, the following resolution wsi
adopted : Whereas, arrangements have been mide to
commence the publication of a Temperance Journal iu
the City ol Rsleih, on the first w eek of January ant,
provided oss THovaaaa Subscriber can be obUinw).
lltBolvtd, That it be most earnestly recommenced to
. i t ir . t . l . . . it li
eacn oi mo vmrers oi ins oun i einperance Ducie!,
aud to the member of the late Slate Convention, v:i
to any who are friendly lo the cause, imrm-umiely alter
the reteipt of this retolntion, to become repfosiU f t
from 10 to SO 8ubcnbcr, ao that the publication may
coiiirherice it thciraie contemplitcd."
tty order of. the Eteculive Committee of the Nor h
Carolina State Temperance Society.
' ' TERMS;
The ortb Carolina Temperance Union will be pirS
liklied okly on a medium sheet, (say 'Jo by li inclirs.)
at One Dollar and Fifty Ccn's er annmn, pavsule I.N
ADVANCE. Leiters containing Subscribers nan.ts
and remitunces, must be directed, 'pottid or free, u
the Treasurer of the Society, Jmu ltaows, Raleigh,
All the newspaper in the Sute are respectfully r
uested at give tins Prospectus one or two mscriiuo
JVcutern Carolina Temperance Mrocntr,
A monthly paper deeofeJ to the Tempt-runee Rtftrm,
, PMuhti at AthttUle, X C, and eJ,!-i
tri.aM na a,.a. Vms.
Arrival! and Departure of the Mailt
at, and from, Balisbury.
Now that it Im coxfwl thai Mr. Clay was the
head and front of the Cilley murder, which was
duns lo ordt-r, by hia Charlies, Mr. Adams will
perhaps drop ibe subject, for ihe stake of Auld
Northern, Sundsy, Tues
day and Friday, at 11 A. .M.
Southern, Slur.isy, Mon
day, and Wednesday, at
7 A M.
Western, Friday, Sun
day, and Tuw!sy, at 9
Ststcsvi!l, Snndsy ai.d
Thursilsy, at 4 P. M.
Raleiuh. Nnndsr. and
; Tliursrlay t 10 P. M.
i Chersw.ToeNjay.'l hurs-
day, and Saturday, at 5
' P. M
J Fayetteville, Sunday ai d
1 hursiiay at H P M.
I Miickhwlle, Fnday al 7
Northern, Monday, Wed
nelsy, I'M 1'rulay, 'at 7
Southern, Sunday, Tues
day, and Friday, at VI M.
Wislern, Sunday, Tues
day, and Friday, at 11
snd Sstontay, at fl A. M.
Ralegh, Wednesday and
nturday, si 0 A. M.
Chrraw, Midday, Wed
rfny, and Friday, at 0
and 1 rimy, st fi A. M.
Mm kftilie, sluldJ at
6 A. M.
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Washington Ciiyt October 25, 1941 -
mo that allr.iys wer t . coni-nori m h,.- s.-,;ii ( ti.e foreign papers ihat scarcely a town in (Jermany
parti-a, a ho f,.m ifolly erm-!.- thf!i, and i!.it h failed to celebrate the anniversary of the day or,
fully expactnJ whijir wc were presu.t to Sin the ' which the ami of Moxrt parted from the heman
brain of eon one of (!i psrtv sen'tcrerl by a cl-iy, and winged its flig'n ubove, whither il had so
pistol, or a hole r two drilled lhroiih thoJyoVri soared in strains of celestm! harmony. At
wiiha howie knif". lo less than one hour alter! Vinma, tho day waa observed with pciiliar m
this party met, one of them (a young mini ah .ut ; leumny. Tiie Rrquirm was performed in the most
twiiiiy two years old,) iost thirty thousand dollar. ' perfect nnd impressive Htyl", in St. Sli-pm-uV
Carelessly oWrvii:' t!ut In- last il .llsr was gone, J 'hurch, which was hung with black, nnd hy tiled
he got up from the tibT-, atid ro i ly atli.'d his ! with wax tax-rs, for tho occasion. In the navo of
companions to go and titke a drink with him. I the Church a bier was erected, inscribed with the
afterward learned tl.c hiory of this Ii..(h ful youth name of Moiikt, nnd surmounied by n wreail, (,f
from the gentleman who was with me on the ocra ! laurel. Thus it is ih.it intelligent foreigners eek
sion . I have described. A year before he had i to perpetuate Iho memory of those w ho have -lied
come into the possession of an estate worth one a lustre on the literature and arts ofheir country.
hundred thousand dollars. Two beautiful mid ac-; Court Journal.
compli-hed sitrs were depndent uprn hiui, hut,,
corning their mi xtioiidie eulreatie. he plunged , An ingenius Yankees is smd lo have mfinufiictu.
into vice, and iu twelve moiitha was pminles !! ril from ono dandy a monkey, an ape, two bab-
Did the wretch lung himtelH Oil, no ! the very oons, and a poppy, lie thinks he might have
next morning af;. f the cene I have ineiitior.ed, mndo two more puppies, if he had carried out the
saw him on lb'- levee) wtth tW iu-his hand, ' process. Exchange Vixr.
ripermleiidiiig the unlading a stea,,,!, ,!,! t e had . This ia beyond all doubt false, fr rV(,ry ,nlln 0f
already obtained a place, ami betaken himself to I sense knows thai a Dandy i only a puppy. Ttm-
the s'lWdinnt'- ocenpatiii of a s"-nmli t eli-rk "' ' pnonre Adpocttr.
This Journal will contain '
1st A new edition of " A Short History of Paper'
'.Money and Hanking in thj United States," by Wm.'
' J'- Gouge, with corrections and ad.jitionK, bringing the !
1 Lirulivt down la the nraiin n
AT SALISBURY, MARCH 4, 112.
9 a 10
M a ittl
8 a 9
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A TsariaajK-i Cosvcsnos that wis helj ,i.
placeltarlj id September, resolved on publishing a pa
per oi me aoove ime ana cnaricter, and appointed lit
John Dicksoo ind D. R. M'Anally to eonduct iu From
the many prcaslng engagements. Dr. Dicksua aireiJr
has, be deems it impracticable tor him hn e
aa one oftbe. eduara, tbuiw be wUheerta hV w-rt--
uiuucb ouierwise, 10 promote iu ln rsl, tl
mibscriber therefore, proceeds to iasue this Prorpx"
u ps own i)jni, wnn s nope mat na wm m rofcjnr""
.!?e5-.faV y:lj LKba Jrknd Iklemps,.
cause tlnouglsjut Uie country, and that the paper tj
soon have an extensive circulation." '.",.
f'rirndi of the Ttmperce fiiise; to" you we Kilt
a most earnest appeal while thousands upon llwo,
sanda of, dollar are annually expended at theatres, ll
circuses, at Ihe race track, at groceries, while ao paat
are spared, the luxury ot retareiiieot and ease forefoot,
and no labor deemed too severe lo ad vinos th intsi
est of political aspirants, can you not do Muethin;- in
a cause that must be dear to every true "patriot, philtn
thropist, and christian 1 -Recollect there are but ! ,
very few, auch papers in alt the Southern tountry -Tbe
Weau-rn part of North Carotins, the W
of Virginia, and tpe Easlera part af 'i'ennessrs parties
larly, need a periodical at this kind, and it w lot juu
now to say whether tbey shall have it.
' The very low pricfe t which it was exej by tfc
Cooveolion, will make it necessary, that a very Isrge
suhscriptioa be bid, before the pubheatwe of it caa be
justified. . " m ' t J '' w '
The tjfer Carolina Temperance Adexa'.e w'J
be published on a medium aheel, in auarto form, ruh
ndmbcr making eight page, and will b furnu-lied it
the very low price of Fifty fenti a copy. Where sin
gle coon- are taken, the payment must be BiM.'e
nably upon the reception of the first umnbtr. f
K7" I'ostmister, editursor publisliersnf paparf, t&J
all Ministers of the Gospel, are authorised agents.
Proipectna'for "Kendall's Expositor. ,
4 MOS KLND A LL Vnpoca tu eslablish a semi
moulhly newspaper under the. above name, M
be devoted to the following ebjetftl vit t
jpl."Tho security of Ihe right t( suOrage, by ad
ditional laws to punish bribery and fiaud.
, 2.. Ap -exposure of abuse nr corruptions in
Government, wherever known to exist.
3. An exposition of the principles of modem
It.H.Lmi miiti it b ft. fil. niu. I I u . ,.tm . . r . ' .
ii iw ll. .IF'I. II in iii.hi iiwwii..i"i
"l- Essays on Binkinp, Currency, Exchange., and
.kindred topics, m wiuch,t!i.irts will be ,c 0 place
these subj-cu in the cli srt-1 light powible.
;U. A semi-monthly review of th timos, emhricinf
jthemo-t unp rUnt events, eHperiaily tl(M wh'di af
j feet the general operations nf biiKine(.p.
: tih. Such miscellaneous matter as will, whil it
I will add to ihe intere.-ta of the work, subserve its
j main object, which ia lliat of i-hnwiiig the true chsnic-
nr..i our pnper money snd hnnkiiur tivntem. sn.l il.
effect it has on the moribTmd hsppmo-s of the dilh r-
-ni cisshcs-m tne community.
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nd Mecliaiitetul it is hoped it will not prove fmilc
ful to Merchai.U and other productive members of so.
It will be published once every two weeks. Each
number will contain sixteen page, octavo, double
column, with the leaves stitched and cut, thus uniting
the advantage of tho open sheet with a form enrr
venient for binding. '
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il will not conceal its preferences fr men, will confine
itself chiefly In the elucidation nf (sets mil principle.
leaving the ruder portions of pditical controvtrry '
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Useful and entertaining matter.
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