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THE DAILT SENTINEL.
. - ' WM. FELL, Editor. . -"...
.TUESDAY, AUGUST IS, 1865. '
TH E -Ifottrvttttrii Wtn4 very, morning ( Sun
( day excepted) f'lh following rater: . ;
' From tin present to lb Is of January $4,Q
for one mouth . ,7 . l.W
tWOinOntb v77."- -r-'-i-yl,Q0
Oar ternMtr invariably In advenes. . The
esrcity of money however, oblige u to y to
oar friends, that responible Mid prompt person
who.dwstr the SeiUiM heed hot delay sending
- UrtMUMmt at- -onearJxho .jssiLiend
ru lit (i short tbnL ' The ' monev maf be Mat
b the fUU Road CuaiaciZfJT XtyTS
OUB rarnibi to vaoK the Svdinel baa been
sent, la town or country, will please inform us at
once whether they desire it or not " .
rTHE (oLjcV -or tb Govmnmjciit, not -to
allow men tainted with dwloyaU, to takewpartLrjAa, and to if the ewe the terrible cons,eaueno
in the rvoolfiktiruotion Riorement, is diciate by
the teaohinea' of ordinary prudeiiee, and ia a
Wis a It is safe. Nor would it be becoming, in
" those who"'' were " foremost In - the rebellion,
'jwhose action and te'rnpcr Improved themselves
upon the publio mind during Its progms, ihai
to the Federal Government, -even If such should
be pardoned by the President, for hem to desire
to participate actively in the work of reoon
struoiloo. "-""--';- -- v
A conquered people of count, cannot claim lo
dictate term to the conqueror. Amnesty and
pardon are aet of grace, which while they r
insists n offender and the erttthoTity 1r pledged
to regard him a an Innocen t man, doe not re
move from him the obligation to demean himself
in each manner, M to ludicate that be has
totally forgotten bis past misoonduot . 11 should
be'oftrefol not drevive the feoottestioo" of the
peat, by extraordinary effort to prove hi presen t
fidelity. The world 1 too censorious to allow
mob exhibition to paa oonotioed, and it would
be wonder,Jf Jhey were ;O0t charged with
hjpoorTey. ; ,
Now, one ofth beat evidence bf th genuine
aharaoter of the loyalty of the people, of North
Carolina, ia that in n6 instance do w hear of a
maa of that ftampjatnjiimielf forward for
efflce, nor are the popte any where, that w
- know of, disposed to demand their erTioe for
publio office, The recent charges made against
what tb wrilr are pleaaed to call diauuion
nt caionit in North Carolina, bin o
. little foundation, ilift we defy tHm to name a
logle man who ia jually ohargeble with- txrtng a
disunlonist, who either cjrotempUtee seeking for
- publie office or who would accept it if tendered
M bin. .- ' '-. - !,
-AlLclMMUjof pertoni- included in the fourteen
exception of the ffreatdant' praclamatioof Jt 1
true are petitioning for prdonv It is a duty which
they owe to themselves, their families, their tel-
low-cititens rld the Government, to flo'so as soon
- m poasible. ' A large number of these petitioners
have been truly conservative during the' whole.
, war who opposed seciiAn, who depretiited the
war, though they were competled to aland sip for
Southern right and interest to the last. ; Others
more offenaive are amnjj the ; petitbnentand
they hare done ngbt to ask txecntive clmucy
But no anxiety to mingle In politic or take part
'in public affair prompt them to do it. The
claims of fanrHy and children and the future da-
' mud it.
- - - Ho far from tue number ol applicaliotu tor.pr-
' don being an evidence of a diiposltion- to put
-i-Jtfcttnelvea Id t poaitinn of hostility to the Gov-
' ernment or tbftt they are influenced by sinister
- political designs, it argues just the contrary. No
- Devtar prwu cari man tve vou u a conqiieren
. and submits, and1 that hit opposition to the Gov-
-. araiaent ia gone, than vbes be bumble himself
(ufficieotly to ask pardon. Indeed, a delay or
. UA I L. 4a m Im ..a 4n..k ...1 UT . V.
ingtoa as. an indication of stubbornness and boe-
lility. Nbod peronlMholl tek on
account of Uny supposed Indisposition ou the part
" of Crny. Ilolden to do them full justice. We have
good reason to beliere that it i not the desire
of the Oovernor that any true man, whatever may
1. . a 1... Lia nnltliAal n nttrrtttbl rnllktinnMTA-
waraihim, shall Buffer an iota on that Account
He ha already cornmitted himself to the people
' of North Carolina in good faith, that he will so
' far as be is concerned forget ihe'part, and so far
- a be can wiiii a just and true fidelity to the Gov.
rnment, be will Manifest becoming interest in
the welfare of every citizen of. the State.
.?. - e ...
- TUKMwYoax ArraMtfaiuk that at least
' one million of men bev either bseb killed, or
have died or been hopelessly- maiu,ed ty the late
nnfortunaU struggle, between tb North and
' South. Tbi one million, mostly laboring men,
bat bea taken fronihe active employments of
the country., Beides-v-thli large-- eumbers. of
blacks, used to regular employment bare 'been
. made almost useless for the present, by UwirjU-
dispositlon to labor, such a draw upon the pros
"luctiv wealth ol Ihe'khd hiniit ha atiiluuvl) lull
. tn mnntina wilti Ativ ImmAnu t,l.!nti1 itiaht Anrl
in (applying the material necessary for tha inter-
. change of commodities with Europe. .For lever-
.: -1 : il t 1 I
xport. - Tbi will create an on usual demand for
gold to wake up the deficit. . How ahall this lowi
of labor be supplied I - Tbi i a ,gr question' 1
-w one which should engage tb earnest thought
pf statesmen. , ,
LTI! iitiMCATioM akc that ihrouirbout tbV
Northern Btate. the clonf lb w'a'r t the aigual
f-UMuorelJtia.rirti(tIou of politiral par.
tie Jutti Clan 4nd Mr. fcumnerand theraJW
cal of lb Black rWpiiblii-au echool, are evidently
ateking caiue for breaking with Pr4id4ut John
aon.aud the 1' irinati&U ut a iianv la . oppaaitinn tu
fttiiuioM. The badoVt of the D'eroeeratio party
are moving with etiexyy and are rally'uig tie acat-
Hired foroaf.ra ct-nflict with Black Republican.
bmw- A third burtt will iuubtk be constituted
directly.iu lupport. of President Jubuoa B44i
meaiurea, which will be formed oLtb- moderate
Union mea of the other two. - . . "
wla the meantime trust the South will re-
main in ttatu jtii?,, commixing itnelt fully to no
lAri vl liut TSSuiiltiXM Wad ii to niove in obd
r J .
iihalniia i" ll-' ilirrctlwn, 'w)lch will mnet ceri'
tairily secure btr what si tn phi justice. nd righW
dtmanl. W presume, I be old Democraticparty
u such, can ut vet again bold the power over the
Southern State wbteh it on,je -held, UoJdiug in
ermmon wilh the Southern peaple ,mSnyyiewg,
which ninny of them regard a found, jet the booth
can agver forget that that party baa effected bet
wblcb have Mien upon her, growing out of tbo
late diaaairous war. With the radical of the
North no considerable portion of her people f ko
ever affiliate. Hence her interest and- duty hVj
pjaifly in a watchful, uiet ignoring Of Ifpartie,
Until lrccd frb'm'ln cOnWfl'ietlce'l of the fefccll&Jn,
' '"Kin iirf fftft'ijon w the t "'on.
It will be quite time enough afier ht has got
ten out of tb JlifficoUieiwitli whjcJb,. u in en
vironed, teore (be again teek to embark in polit-
one tnd to-seek, and that i the safest, smoothest
and most promising road to recognition and Union.
1 'HHfTO! citt letter -writer state thatori
the 1st. of Msy lastoliere were one million and
fifty thoaaand men ia the Union army. About
seven hundred thousand have been discharged,
leaving still in the military service about three
hundred and till y thousand men: M any of tb ose
discharged had not serred oat their lull time.
Consequently in the event of their being needed,
ia immense army could te raised at a short
warning. Inert art perhapt from 4 to 5UQ.U00
who have have aerved in the Confederate armies,
of sound health. With such a allowing of military
strength as the country presents, what folly would
it be foHrtaoee just at this parlioular junctare,
to seek to embroil herself with the United Stalest
We appTobend h oomKoed force of Eurbp
would have their hands full to- ek a war with
theUjjtid 8ateaO . . 7
AnQTBia CAMABP Tb imposition tiow prac-
treed upon the I' mberh pre by hired lerlbbler
or by specuUtorj. In tb8outbarebyoni all pre.
tedent. For month -North Carolina ha been
the viotira of thens penny- liners. -
The following from the correspondence of . the
S'ew Ybrk Xtu,. is, w far a our information
goes, wTColly deqimus ut truth. Wkliliw noiueis,
nor do we hear of any man in North Carolina, who
i opposfidto theUoiou or the administration P
it policy, who Intends to be a candidate for pub
lic office.' So far from it, we hear of but one sen
timent, and that it to sustain Gov. Hoidnn and
the President, and a speedy restoration of the.
Government, -Here i what a correspondent, of
to Acts lay i :, i,;
- BaLeioh, Aug. 3, 1864. .
fartie arriving neri1roin'"d'iir!'re'ht"pftft Cftlw
State, ay there is a great change in the conduct
of the late rebel soldiers. . : .
Their complete submission to and good inten
tions to (h Government for the first few week
aftefTh cotlapss ot the rebellion," challeflgedlhe
admiration of all loval (hen. But sine th whole-
"sale display of .clemency to the rebel le'aders ot
wealth and influence, this treacherous and arro
raut class have poisoned the minds of these' ol-
irerragainiil tlie Union, and are now orgaaizingl
them fur a Dohtical conuict wiui tb uoveroment.
nd a war against Union mentndllegroe. They
irft havift svervthiue their own Wat in desiy?iVa
ting tb delegates to the Conveutiou which they
expect will s6on be called., nl ,
. Unless tt Government interpose And exclude
these leaders from participating n this body, tbe
true Union men will ha4 nothing to do with it
deliberations, which they claim will result iu a
farce, and ruin all who are associated with It,
Justice to Korth Carolina.
The New Yqrk IltraXi ha freqently dons this
State vs the Standard, full justice. Our peo
jile, poverty-triehear aa4 born down ty tbsills-o
war, ar "bow" indeed in need of friendsABy
aspripn cast'upon their loyalty, or iny exag
geratiov concerning tbe lawlessness of the peo
ple, sr flt by us all here to be extremely injur! -Ou.'Vta
are, therefor, happy to present io our.
reader this" morning- hcfrt extract from the
Herald ot th 10th inst., which i intended to si
pfiC th false rumor concerning this State, cir
culated recently through the medium of Pre
correspondence. " Truth is mighty and Will pre
vail."; Her is what the Hald.uf.':" ' .
- Lt Raleigh paper, in advocating the pecu
liar' claim and advantage ofNqrtb Carolina for
Northern emigration, say there are great cxag
permtions In. the recent accounts published of law
less,, opposition to. tjie BarlonglroTeruiueHtr
and a disposition to persecute Vmon men and the
cilored peonle of that Slate. While admitting
instance of this kind, it is claimed that they are
icly fH"lld eyes, and that tbe people geners.il y.
are" quiet aiidwell dispoatil lowUrdll Ul8 uuvuru-
merit and the N o'rth,-aequieses- eiieerfaHy in tbe
abolition of slavery and tha new labor system,
and are determined to avoid tb revival of put
iirsaps and ths acitalion of ouestinn which can
only lend -to fart her -misfrtune, anl perhaps the
couGscation ol their propsrtyT -4- -r----- r
Th Treasury Department t "preparing Io pay
In a few days 1 1 0,000,000 of interest, ia currency,
oa th Seven-Thirty Loan.
- The poh!y of the Prtiid iOt, it i oiauifcst, it
UduvoUatthuSjutb the palnoue aid of every
man of brain and ut,aueiiKhl eud aincere
lojuliy, up'm.wboi integrity. f purpn and in-
rj re desire to reoauruoi tu4 Union oe can xeiy,
aiid thelresidont i right. KtchmehU Ttmtt.
I ilea of brain do not grow spontaneously every
Tl,,.. CnnTinilr harejuidthere
and sucTTuien ar' alwy in dman4, .-Tbey. ;
specially needed at,a timer like this, and wj are
clad to b assured tlat tlie Timet i orric io
tating it tp be the policy of President Johnson, to
make use of such men in tb Sonih, npon whoa
1ritegrity t)f purpose and aincore desire to reeouT. I
struct the Union, he cau r ly." We Jope that no
such men will be overlooked io th multitudinous
cares of office. Many of their petitiont will be
fonnd bound up iu.th handle- of "afptication f
r- - - - 1..-5.- i? ..."
nur iou now at .th White uoust. Many ot them
are oemaniiea ny the peotrw ior iue approacoing
able to reach their cases before it ia'too fata.
Th course of the President so far shows thai
be doe not ignore svery man. who took psrt in the
rebelliun whose, bearv-waeup strongly for the
South after the struggle, came on. What be
want is to be convinced that a man is a true man
and Hint he kaa brains. Such men are to be re
lied upon, anywhere. Whatever cause they
espouse, their souls are in U. ;'Nor doel tb Pre
ident totally eschew men who may have at one
time protheTHrvocated the right of a State) to se
cede. Hence iie did not set aside the claim of
Buf pftseht Oowraor. geilmorg cunwraed tu
now what a mah it now, than what he ha; been, I
and seeing that the iukrestf and tuture Welfkre I
of the codhtry demand their service, be doc not
discard them. . . . "
The policy is esnnd oner Nothinf aBvbesxad
of men who have no character no fixedness, and
reliability, much Icjsof men of no brain. Hence
though they may err( many may be guilty of great
error, yet when aroused to the. wrong and the dan-S
ger, theyare the more easily eurnd, and h ence may
be made oe' of.' "-President Johnson is right.
False ttatennt about North Carolina and
- - v, -.Mlr Qojeet. j;1,.f;-
It is very surprising to Mat the simplicity -and
the singleness of mind and of purpose of the cit-
lxeoot aartn vnroiin). uonest. and itnait
torwara rrom iiaon sou irom sauraupa, ibpv I
think of no other mods of siccomplishisir an 'W-'T
ject, except tb. plain, fair and square way. .Thu
bu so long been tn custom ot the oountry, tnat
th people think it certfin that every thing i id
be done in this style and no olhr. And it is
from this cause that they do not suspect otheirt of
sinister motives or indirect actions.- 1
It is verv true that snch babiu often cause the
citisans to be deceived and defrauded, when they
do not expect it. It enables shrewd, canning
and deiiifninff men to Clot and to intrirue. and
to accomplish their purpose bf uch iadintct
means, without being even upected, nutil their
nKm. -.fiimpi;hp(ll or have ttiled. and
there is no longer any obj ict for disloyalty.
This strong anil striking State chstscterUtio
was lalely xhUjitd t a verv remhrkab's des-ree ;
At various times, letter and telegram bad been
sent to many ot we most: popular jNonner pa.
tiers, stauna that ima,t aisaaection exutea in
North Cwrulina that her ciiiitns bad detormined
bad bandediogeiber to hang Union men and ne
groes as soon as tbe national troops should tie
withdrawn fMra the State, and , bad determined
that the war debt should not be rejected, but that
It aboald be.aaaumed and paid. -
As upon as these telegram and latter wer
published. aud reached this State, the cttiiensand
the newspapers were very greatly distressed, to
see that the true position of. the good, quiet, old
country had been so much mistaken, and so much
misunderstood In great grief and great tribula
rtiooTihlLpaop deny tbe truth of thes various publication, and
.t. . r l- f:.. .i L.
LO aiaiu (ue iruejiiuuii vi Mia citizen inroiifru
out the' Stale'-' This was done in all honesty and
simplicity, wiihVnucb meekneta and sorrow, aud
hoi one mSnSntEa i State, for even moment, ins
pected the cans and 5HircoXQ much (uisropf
tfentation and slander. ' "jTjZ 'i :.:' ?
But already it "habeo6o krioWri tbrqognW
riou rwliabhj sources, that these false 'reports
weT an Tfotteir-np- tiy a regular -plot wt dyaiu.
That mea were hired and paid to. make and get
an these lyine, slanderous sensations. . lbat men
employed for no other jifijuct. than to writani
to telegraph to an section ot the Monk fue. the
parpoie e giving weia wswine eircuiauon ana as
thorough -vontilation as possible.' -Their object
could" not be accomplished at all, "ncepl" those
slander were -circulated through i - the entire
Northern -.country, r i herefore. . they -.were - so
managed a to be rotten . into all the lead'n) I
newspapers in "the Northern Htates and to be Teal
by every body. r,:. ,; :;;.:..
."The above ws extrtct from article in the Stdti-
dard of Saturday, in defence of the (ouodnqsi.oL
the State. - Thj'Sfoia's'" further state that the
objectr of the malicious attache upon the Stat in
the North, were first pecuniary aud secondly politi
cal. : We judge they have ben defeated -in their
wTckedliims.-EB, Sfynitac. rrJr : 'fUi
' BtOiTKUtKT ASIITIST TRS S XSXOXlTlt THI KOBTW
wi.i- Ther Is much excitement la Clark county,
Indiana, on account or several outrsges conmltted
in the cosaty by negroes. A gnrl -riaing. and
blotting out of that das if th population was ex
pected. Th Loulsvill ZsorB of th t tk say si ;
' At latest accounts negroes were fleeing from
Evansville la ail directions, bsing Purful of being
killed by th citisens.- Tb eitisen beat them
wherever they can catch them, and tuey seta deter..
mined, lines tb brutal qutrags of two nfgroei uponl
th person of a whit lady oo aundny, to rid the
city entirely of them. Oa Monday night a crowd
made a jnb for tb steamer arrie to clean-out the
negroes, lanl tortuhately thsySrere. i MtXhe
wiMest nesvaileit whan I ha Lsdjr .(imyti ft tkere.
L She rried here yesterday, and reports' that tbe
negroes ar Kared atmott eut el their Wits. TJtey-l
are eomlirg away oa boat and taking to tb woods.
We hope nothing serious wui occur,
Err W4rm that 4hsmiUtwyUioiti-
sttemptlng to puts stop lo the prdcecdrhgs of
nob. . Several negroes have been killed or hueg,
and an order ha been issued eompelUnir stt Hi ne
groes to tear th tawu, nd all persons who have
tbem in their employ "ar ordered to discharge aud
.1.. Ik.n, MAHlIM ' ': "r.-'- -
. fviit L.aruiiaa, nuuta
Bark Notes. i 0,
tlaroilna and Georgia
fi.-; . . Brokr.
TNKORM3 tb eitisen of iUleiirh and surround
Alngeoanfie that h ha opened m oftie at the
sbove well known stand, and is prepared to cteao,
extract anu7 HIT. and toTBSerTarrifloiat Teertr.trwn
on to an enae ket, b1i tha-Jnoet. ...improved f'in-
eipies ot prastte.4 t ... i . - t ir
tea. He respectfully voljoit a (bar of public
i ar 1. l'r u MVmTrvr fW'
Ktxt Mot to fti Stand Exiret Ojfiet, .
PA YBTTKY11LE STREET.
BALKiart, N O . ,r ' ' -
HAVE rfceird i choice and well talented atoek
of Geisdst Warse 'aad MerchaadU'e, are new
reatuy to eupplv th demandof thtir friends ami
tha public A'kt stock will be conslautly replenish,
d, and consist in part as follows
Drees Goods, , , Handkerchiefs,-
f CaUooes, Kid Groves, "
f-"v'kitb Goods, Travelling Bags, ' ' .
M 'SroiugOuod. u Belt and Belt Kibbon,
1 Hoiswy, , Cord, Whalebone, r v v r
Boop Shirt, , llouka and Eyes, Thread,
&-.. " . - '
W. ll.ill. a ILMJREK.
; SIIULSl SllOt.8 I I SHOES'
FINE assortment r. Children, tadie and
entlenea,-i t : .'
- , T, W.H.AB. S TUCKER.
GROCERIES I OROCERIEsli"""" "
- CHOICE lot of Family Groceries, Sujrars,
J Tsaa, Coffee. 8o&p, Salt, Pepper, Candles. Vln-
dr ' Apiee, tickles. Un rrults; Bauoea,. iieel
long ), Boston Batter; Lmons, Jfoxe's Oackers,
whim aad Uquor W H. 4 K, 8. ICC a. kit. a
A N eieellant article of Fine Cut, Bolare and
XX' Teltow Bank Chewing' Tobacco ; th "faoicest
tl bran f Cigar : W.H -& B. 8. TU'JKKK.
Almonds, Cream Dates, Cboeolato.
eppermint, Rpberr Drop, Rock Candy,
Cilronn, Ralrin. N
, As. -
W. H.A B.S TUCKKB. -.
.. --PEUTVtSKRY, '
EXTRACTS, Fancy Soaps, and Toilet Article.
, . . W. B..A. R. 8. TUCK-R..1
HAT I HATS 1 1 MAMIir". '
"f TTst will open in a few -dsys the most magnifi
oent atoek of Hat vs ofTered .-'HFlhTs i mat
W,B.U 8. TUCK Eft.-
WOOD AND. WILLOW WARE,
TAGQI!ffl, Bops and Twfss--
li. w. m. a .
CALL AT TCpKER-
TpOR anything m want- sad you saa g-t up-
W. H. A B. a TCCKEg.
u 14 tf
ir ) ',j'w
F A M I X. G il O C 12 It,
.'.-J??; FAIETTEVILLI STREET, -.' '
HAVING Teamed business next doorto his old
stand, has just returned from Nw Turk with
splendid assortment of Goods, which he oflers to
ms ma oustomeri and th public on the best terms
for QAS1I. Bis stock of . . ; -.. '
4 -FAMILY -GEOCEIliST
fa hot surpassed, if equalled, in th City t :'; ' '
coftee; suoak, flour, meal,
.pickles. .hams; crackers,
: BUTTER, CHEESE, -lKVO
will b kept wnsUntly sir band,
J-&ci WABEf. HOLLO WE TVABE tT
' TIN WAKE, .
9.4I. inviles au inspeetion of hi stock.
N 15 W GOOD
ALMEHOL 8TAjf ijj J
UPJMSTS, assorted style 'and . beautiful, Iso
fisods. Embroideries, Iriah Linens, Embroidered
Muslin Cmtainsy-Ladief and Genu. H08irii
Chemixetts, aklrtft ptald and Embroidered, and sl-
nry wtin4i. iy',.,
-. v 4rV.-. r..;i .. . f..-
-A L. S O-
ERFITMERT A1D SOAPS?
AsgM-tf ; -.'"A"." . , s-
uyijuoipm j( mum,
I ; - . . ' at' .' -." ;f - " -
AuiAil-i Q Q-.
J Hrt bu ai nWti the mui;mm8t
tock of Vi''?V.''Vt''i.;'-y.'y.iSl. ' '
ev ihipysd t Aonb snilina, which wus fnretiu
directly from the msnuftetnrers, and l It thenfon
ahta to sell fhsm ai '. ,
' Rate at Low at New York Price, ' '
Is Is no notion'. - Uiv him ciU.", - g tf
STROTHEfl 8i CO., -
BOOK AND.JOB PKINTIKG,
- (Orr Mr. Ihrtthnnr't btort,) " ' j
PATBITETILIE MKEET,' ,
$sta iii i. c." i -
ARB. preeared tn t rint at short antlM, anil I.
hem itrlei . , n
BfstNK CARD4,.. .
Tiitthr BLANK T
t-L K.IItlN TICK HTi .
" A ir " - -
" Pnees mnderste. Their old friendtand (antoam '
smdth public wW bstervad ehswfully nii proni,
N K W COMMISSION HD C SE
SWEPSON, MENDENHALt & CO.,
, . ' r . G?XEJUt, , ' " , .
FOB TH SAMI Ct , . '
Tobacco, Kaw Cotton- Cotton Yarra Clotln'
and aal Storei r
T8Pat Bvssxv,' Ksw Tons. '. f.
. Robert . Ewepsan, Nsw Tory City, i - - - '
; Sawinsl tt. Murphy, Nw York'CUjr' ; , ;
O. P Mend.tthali, Ptrt't Fim'i Bask, Qnm
boro C."' " ' .. "
Dnil o. Worth, Company Shnpt, !f. a" jI i
rQ. W; 8wpson, aw Surer, P. O., H. 0. - Vt -ft "
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give striot psraonal sttenUon t th Ml srskif-
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COTTON, NAVAL STORES, COTTOV "tARNS
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COLLECTION .AQESTS AB ATI0KSE1
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the eovernsi-bt in this btale, and the" po
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