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The Columbia Democrat
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Title: The Columbia Democrat
Uniform Title: Columbia Democrat (Alligator, Columbia County, Fla.)
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: E.M. Graham & A.J. Smiley
Place of Publication: Alligator Fla
Creation Date: March 11, 1858
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Newspapers -- Columbia County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Columbia -- Alligator
United States -- Florida -- Columbia -- Lake City
Coordinates: 30.189722 x -82.639722 ( Place of Publication )
 Notes
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began Jan. 9, 1858.
General Note: "The South in the Union - out of the Union the South."
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 9 (Mar. 4, 1858).
Funding: Funded in part by the University of Florida, the Library Services and Technology Assistance granting program of Florida, the State Library and Archives of Florida, and other institutions and individuals.
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.b9ini for. no purpose .save 'the aggrandize-
q'efi?.of t few unprincipled political ultras
Upon both sides of the slavery question,--
Weare now-passing an extremely critical
,riod. -The admission or rejection of the
door of Congress, will settle nothing; nor
.does the.Prjdeht expect that anything
"wotild.be'settled.b1y the acceptance of the
:Leopebiptpn constittion by Congress, & av.e
.4qitUn'sference of the internecine war
from tbheM'Stinal boundaries to the con-
-.fints8ofthe 'Sale of Kansas. Tis i-a mis-
oiqblel-d- e nd ..td-t. after --so tnuch.
.struggingingnd" largee explenditures.-
The South desire something better-nay
,th.bey. demand that they shall be informed
bqty bwthey.are to stand In reference to the
.sjavelm-y question in the future,' and they
'insi thattho' Kansas question shlJl be
settldl: uponwprinciples hi_.hh vill"ninswer
for preced!ts for aH tim'ot'cin6e.
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.AN A.RKNSAS FArTHB -A r"c. TO ,IS
SoN.Bob you are abouit-Ji ing home for
striiange par.ts. You.',re gi ng to throw ine
out"6f the game,'and go it alone. The
odds is against ybu, but reimriberalways
that.industry Iand-perseveran'ee are the
;Wintiing eards'; they .are the- .bowers. --
Bno ^lar nipg.and all tfat sort pf thing will
dolbo -i up. with,-like' small trumps' but
you m t.lHave: the bowers .to back- 'e,-.
els..th.y.in'! worth 'shucks. If luck-
^ruB.agi.nt pretty;-,strong,. don't cave
;i aft i look. hlk^a" 5kcI "rlk-in6o6 L a rainy
dayr but hold your head up -ahd aiike be-
hew -you' are ftiush of trumps. They
_t lay'f:hard.agi.-yqu. I've lived
'hd di.T .-rlved
V- 1 r4nWidt oma Sob, aMnd- I've
u: 'as sot- as --folks ,.thought you
.f dK-.-'eahardjW 'they'd all buck agin
onu strong. So,'*he yqou'rezsorter weak,
Re6p.dn-'Abold frofit, bt"play-eaitious.-
-Be- --tatiM- t- tvith- a p'int. -'Many's the
I'a t' .sik.L'iichred--'ause they-pl. jayed
4,cgpnite ."-Keep your eyes well skin-
,-ted,,- .doit:Jet'"em "nimg" you. Kec-
-.ogect the gaute; lAyd'-Das-nuch with the
head-as wrtitr.hfthads.' .... .
.. emE. ;. ..e. -get d.ru.k, for
theri no afterHow good .your hand, you
-wou:'knew how (tolay it ;'both.. bowers
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Hir^Blfiiaflliace aiained
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WHA, I- s Tr BEOME of i xl Ico? -The Lon-:
don Times says--there isnol a statesman who-,
would wjih t6 see Great Br.itain. hamper herself"
witl antfich of Mexican Pround.. Let the ULnited"
Stat 4. when they are flnally prepared for it,
enjo all thiad\antages and responsibility ofow-'
ners i p. and ou'r merchant, at Liverpool and else..
where Will be quite.content with the trade linta
may spring out of it The capacity of the Me-.ican
population forappreciating a constitulinal rule is
not so remarkable that weshoul( volunteer ioad-
.ministr it. '


'.- Tem Drance., : -
-hjmfi ;oiTO.- 8 we stand' elta
_46on the p.ast;-we wotld fai.-.d as a
did, pray lenning-tupon bou-r" st#i. fi
'ture blessing o4 the people *amUtt.s-i.s:-
-W'r would. ask, that the p"tilen r i
has .been ampg.ther.,w tight ,be, R
,It is. not cholera, not, f.er,,nb thnto-, ii
sand other disease,,FT *i4WLn in 4 44.w(
man in 'iAs te paron many. oU thein ( a
.41
.most Sd r a.A -M
m ist Asrg' Rink 1 at a 1 "ey?
temperate-lyused-'- -
"All th. crimes on earth,"-Says-aLo
Bacon, do not-destroy so-many o tf hu
man race, north -aheniate gopuch.pt^rt;
as-drujiherimess,' ,. . - .- '^
Dralr enesi expels reason---di-owi-i1tA
"memory --'defacesbesaty dmikiista
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Wfir Sud gogyaSfnttrti^ hw.-dc-ideaTlhtt,-
under ti Id stat.te f that Stat, their& iq nd law to
prohihh.t womAenfrom dressing ib ale-atlire.-
That decision hasgiv-en great safi.faction to ladies
who wish to."wear-the breeches," .


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Shardson,
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: How men could love in vain;
I hold it weak arid wrong to love,
S -idnot be loved again. ,
fue, I must have heartlfheart,
Deny me that, and we must part.


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He is. worse than a
de'rer, who drinks.
and'yho himself of
thann, a ben or
"intoxicate itselfi-bt
his liquor, .ell knt
which it,.mi.Uj dpq
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There be'who love, or'think they love
.' Withoutretrn for years;
.They waste their days in -fruitless sighs,
_Theirnights-in hopeless tears. J
...Notsuc am I: mry heart is free, .^ -
l -love t h er who loves not me '' ; '
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-,To"arani- Pr ofiably one must Far
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A late writer upon the success o-T" far-
ming,- after-alldding to the several mistakes.
mide by a class of.unsuccesful. argr.ul-
turists; says: Attempting too much is n.-
.other great cause of loss to the farmer..
'"Much labor on little land,,'is the secret
of success--euough labor, at least, "toadco
everything in the best manner. _ook-ot_
it,--is it good policy to expend the. lab.r
of putting in -a crop over sit, acres, when
at the.same cost, a like restilt may be reald"
ized from three to four.? Will you be co'n- .-
tent with thirty bushels of corn. per acre,
at an expense of, sa $12 when by adding
$3 in manure and btter culture, you lly'
reali sixty 0 o aone "hidred bushels -
ill ly' r'"g l or stock with the same
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the Wp M'ocwhioc falls s fu.1 a ULp ora,
ction canndon uibpo tot 'lthe sIi ., .ng
orO. ID -t .a'.k -^H~'i a.-, a' swS
e never i-t onit io


stagnant water, andis oremi
very favorable ito~bh growth of ealtivatedl
crops, however dw.de\\ suited it may .ba "
the production of wild grass, flag ad- I
d 4es te. And part.ialls drained and oft,.
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uhAracter Itle better. Flooded@ spralts
can be done u41on it uil the dsitidiay ot.
tof rlew'ateriof," whichgaso thy magsu .itf

to brind ao impoverished soil intll-pev -.Is

chropt~ ies ealittebter. thandein poorione.*A
ductive so la Andr d yet, how mucpl a 'nted""
unprofitable- farming of the country resulb
rom theo attempt to h ow r rops h lbi: low-
out BoilWithout w anlure. plant corn otha
scch land-he rop i al meagreone, 'ioth.ss-
from want hf strength iu the soil, to grow.
it, fand lengthie of the sason tom.tur i.
A rich or well-manured soil wll rpen this

tablAri f y*ftuti
crop weeks earlier than" a poor one..'
no hae paseg on is the his
acre ot land, richr deeply tilled, planted ,jri
good seiasdon, and thoroughly ant clanl
cultivated, will produce mere corn than,
five acres beoore shallow-ploweh, eiat pman
. ted and half culivated,ad andt pehapa no
Shan lthe expense of the latter.. .et',
7' -.. ". *" *. :l.e

copenl eal e rthn'rive publo ,ro e .
S hof r lan d ondicstdpyil ad t, w rite.n

"This is .the statement which is nad by
tgoe Washington correspoandent oflan pr
tir exchange w prodhe thirtycfifth eig.
has been in in session for three m-fe,'r/
arid 'yet it has donnothing withP thed patt
of buness before it, upon which a w ln
tedraind half culbeen prepa .red and fuW n
ed h by-the Exeofthe eatmentsr.
'Onlyfivexcept to pssofive pubic M
i'eWeComdiins, and a few paritb'.
w lla s-Iipgsai" hears as otermall a ptoplfe,
s is -ther saproemedintw ic invest t
WeWashngton corestpondent oef 014- 4
h as en ni6 s, o fpa orm-a ^ three sidth*'v-
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billako bowsicn Af~rades small apenuow-


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'tfield .a .Wto- ,on.80aeaves,
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- fsit nS, X a4 o cows be-
Steed (au .qT & moment
nt ii a urths iga k uyi ttendcd to
dra.,Wea lo" g boo*!' q. tK .abeve is a
enisns sobor was
41an n stosWI al- .a & o.ab omy, the
a agi y'sefied n task-
mwan"Sr.dme.ist."-apr2WV(,e-l ount of
%us A 5E lir+. esno -lic a ts 'e
how at in Tho
lih A ork in.-
1,.relve .'otows 14 .te each
Unlf', A f 4-1 per..
1oir r hicid 'A i ng; n f fould use~
upihif ,n It4r,. four miles
dfril o isr, a fear.
'fulf 'wlth, oaw," a.d ..t other l a-

botd iidt'she>lpg baloe6, -bin (boays irs.
16Imninutes for. Aor,- -,te-areb r 8s
ho.d a iellwe ai.inatei up tweg-
pps of P& vit' '246 id qe, a total-
ofA,4800 b ddiik p .,he- t ad to pick
'u, arb y jand dd s.1t9 d every 6
swcondp, Now illtwWe ot to the
'; .o ,, s i. this6" w at
A lowi p lived
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But have neb.a;dext sp6rits one:o.d-
quality ? oie redeeming virtue ? None. 'I
say, none. 'There is nothing, not even' the
shadow of a virtue; to rescue them "froinm
universal and everlasting execration.
"But they are good as a medicine." No,
not as a medicine, There. is'no. physician
that does not love them, that. needs them
.in his pra-tice. There s no 1isei86 thaft
they cure _fesmd
"no min's
are neces
chemist a
-of them


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2A^ ^^ B ^^ 'You.'6
z- .o'rt.._'- ,.,, *regnlr'.

member wot Iiell you, and you'll be sure
to win and'if you don't, sarve you right.
if you get 'lskunked.'?" : .,.
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'-Tjhe Bank of Macon.
". Finding. that the-banks of this place are.
notr properly undersiod at a distance, we
tadreejowinirtn Jxisaj,;Ebftjweehiavybift two
1l6al ltanks-that- do any busiiT i-herc--
:"lhe-Banlk'of Middle Georgia,' whieh maver
-supernded..speoipaymrentsat all, and the
,..nu'atcfuitr's Banl, which. -though it.
.pepn4dQ specie payments at the time of
^BE- geppers l-auspensionh- has continued
goftx.tofay all elaus against it, in
h i &Augtmua, or ,Charleston funds;
,.E[b']pieb~lielive suffered no itnconven-
jene from Oih -iof this lacee' and
"'.one teedjiS apprehended.- Thbe disas-
:trou failure ofrtwo.or- threeA loca- Banks
in. the previous history of Macon, although
-the iJlmst ifvariablencon'Comitant of that
.speeulative mania. qugendered in the rapid
rise of a^ew place,Absgivon our banks a
.b.opit )path.-to public conrtfidence and
repu6toi6rnbrQad.. Solucb" the. better for
'rtheT erhbp.:-apit'heywill- win it by a
cautious.and prudent.course, We regard
thenv'aiamong'the safest 'institutions of
o.nd- eorgia. The Telegraph. J
.attl'bank-on .nrifile. fnftid therefore .d60W


aTOe not.
crowned-and- haUowq
these rare enowments were |
the spirit and relented yi
-ye, the ligh& 4f Heavira'--. -W
"Sari thoAle is dexd-Xft
Ms sptrft lives B.!n .earyMin
than his inflq ce re.nin-s a i
on 6arth.' eli profession' a
the pirer in his native, && ..
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Au i.r imposible to moofinRg
.d".ng tfiat they, do. .Give then., thel d-
ine, do they add-to his piety, 'tb his eal,"
to his faithfulabss,. to bhi love of God or
man? Noo;.they destroy them all." Give
?them to the physician., do they. idora 'his-
sk!l, his power to discrimination aid the
symptoms qf'disease, his jadgement I ap-
ply the appiro iate'rmeindleshisi i mnd and
affectionatW S0licitde V' '. .--
N, y,.vr, they deoythkie all. -,- *
boookaffts wiord of human bappineslu
coq&I-but spread out before, this commaU
nity, -th.e- .heaimaracnea 4guil
a nnd'gaish, ih ae contatly..occ,.
a Ee detail 'y be oike 6 ,# prohpeab"
I in&
'^w. 0 iaToafg|coo dadeqiably
oIVA, "V:
describe these, honors Oh,, could.. a
hear. the mingled shmuto of. rage andrbtaa-.
phemy, which issue from a nhuandj^SS
of po [tibui' or the abase, ad e i
whibh drivesthebrhrten-hearted wivej
shzieking, childrtp,ofp tioubiuad,.d4ruk-
ar.ds, fdLth e. w tclad f-abode'sand th
wintflt ta fd qoln h~ihfoe bitter
granj'of if mor s fro4a thousand ds
ng death:NdOW-og y of'wfdows D
the ,,ir hands,

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[., e--b pe il te l zmns will be in atten-


...., ,- .. .
r isu, bf this days a comhiini-
".. T... e, --1 ; y reColumb it ina which thee
: $ .a r a qpnn .yg ew-' ; .. .. e_. o. :.. _
, mi6 i e B "', : fr w rite es et fesisstie with' -us on an article
-p relenti th .whcn pIe art-dfh oir columns of the 4th
i ffjtn pg -de-m w tenftittd ""Gv. Perry a id lhe-Flni,'da
lbh.iii. -1hiY will/t .' :',
.. e....' l ;Rdo Roaod. -:,As a matter of oight we give
JaI1ne .or3r,. r'
0 .t.-houat. c ea place in oucolumnus t6 tfie opinions of.
t.is he..l ,p fy'lrespetable writer, although those-
e Ievel ('t "pinibs, be iin positions to our own, up-
MAN .'. i-rny .ertairi question. With all due
h d-slea,,os.- respect for the writer we must say, that

-his a -t -nee a ti', -'to' a sw. er
ed. e& y" giartly,-but .if in. the. co a. P^1 our
InpA to embark at. reiaks we think 4ny o6T his points ap--
!10Sfwaywill plicath e we will apply them.
St 'tr 'aio pve sient or ...
The subject as presented to us, suggests
.se 'less ships
| so ansit. the question, "shall the people of Florida
ei n.' "stra-. b-g aiided arid end 'by a party, who hold




^lt~tr^"^ ^ti "eip-eis Iol ~l ht it ih-n tghafo'r
Sme t! is,"| 'to gAanece to Senator YrLEE, and ,baore
A grea m .divi- h'A o do notknel at his -shrine ?". We
od t ot : rsentn-.:.
Pi 'Frih ltf, to hore thrast hrot. "or ,the sake of a'people who
W:with 4--i4* .b -o~ ii
C4i dIth'e Statf is claim -sovereign powers, in whom is em-
biloy handL, died Llthi .y li 6f .Goverr ie ete
ifetri ha- hdpe that-they will' no L become the masi.
't=hmi-- manner.- *Of. '
it aitklit tis~did '* nd nyidons of a's44arty of a~spir-
A. z1 ppre a j-h 'i g ascila ting men, wN like EsAU of old,
Sm pr-is would s elr-the. birthrightt d that 8oe
J& C,e-t .is lan'-for, .on"r anile -of Senator- Y.UElRR'S appdrbation
RIOc-w-h4e4'to Ae sp.,eak not at random, for we'know'
lltc.*0en.Win h .. we .
silinded, efr. itroyed that there" is agein Froiida, that would
4a4-re6 o -odsup- go wherever he went, sleep, wherever he
^- /^t'lRle;^^ ^^ ^ '1"". ^' gL. f -ith,' t-' .. .;^.c or. i... ....
44ad gooafaith,-`- -ilept, -lie wherever be died, be burie4
."M,

J. E6 a ou n It".'-dre hie 6ould be elected.
of as, pyok, :hthey have the incorporealrO
.:.;S' af a ei ? ^ t?.re .e g:ag'' i- i.h. ... .. .. '.... ;... "o .'*'
.ev.. agg.i y-hereditamebt ofian Office.
d.\ e -. .- "o f .. i .. -
.. ,,The questioff now.before the inass s,
U a heI aud fi-otof tie. ,.R Ra actd in'good faith, --
Ion frm al oi; ia 1w (i n henable man
PUN P. _s^cr,;t. we eletoed in 1856. '-
9 "o.. .e "rave In the onset of GOV. PERRY'S' adminis-
o ..:- .. eqn tration, he boldly and forcibly defined the
be% ded s jri ,ldi- position he was going to take both, in re;
Nat ..... r etsn t . ... atin 4 e.t dfirmah afai,.


aonuen-ta he w'nw,. .
valley of L1V Eup D.ates wa : ; d Fme : th! cQ al ,-r-- uti,,, of 1
......~~~~ ..,T+,. -, + -n o-".M tn [t L," . ... ., t' 0'+rr UK;D 11 *"Itr ir


this great expo-. t:
little hidden s5 ,,
own camp that No
played scheme .i
"from the public,
. We stJill asst.." '
.executing the La%
:pe op6ia' The Cha
a road to Tampa,
da'r.Key. ift ih
road to Gednr Ke
-the main Trunk, a
because therr wou
thit'would beo t,
Tampa. Ai: extc-
tion to, or an en!
thing procefling I
:case there w'".,uld I
there wouil-t.re hbr
-moireover are cer
and. spirit of that
build a road first
they saw proper t,
From the prece
.elude that wiat GI
and now for hie K
tha.first-place, it i
country betweeii t;.
Key is mostly of a
character, conseqi
comparatively fe%
, route from the di\
a fertile and most
besides besides be
that too by some
and industrious p
ebntribuite largely
portation. And i
no more than
-would have been
allowedd to h-aiie go-
the ltw6 roads con
wi4h each other.
Company-bad DeE
mral jood, why d,
,Main Trunk .irst
they would build

.Would build th&'
Iz.We ow ask th
Ieri'ry the same h:
that we elected ir
remarks-.by sa
among those who
or, and you will 1,
are weedd nay
lee, only waiting
make a nois, N
at men protessi
of r;iti .,J. ,houli
', opie of FIt

let four or fivyepr
-.0,^ O-Vn cnla W,;-'


Governor. But.lo, :-.- 1.;.-


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WeTearn iromn
Tampa, that thb,-
lieve thtt the lu,
moved to the W(
tions. BLi r Bo:
flag of truce, and
nify his willingne
quested to see JE
with him, and at,
suit with a Chief
sent to confer.
been detained soT
-ttered-fiatt we.
gements 'with BuL
detention. :
.iWe sincetly h
an. 'end to thbi
quarter %nd that
the confines of o0
can-emigrate anc
without fear of a

;I
There is no n(
from Congress o0
new become, alir
.Senators, ,4r6 wil
mise, wit the N.
with the I tecon
with an amendm
use, wh as
phall not be- ame
we see, thl af
discussion o0 the
Nebfaaks act tb
and atetly bri
th. North 'aw ;
South to any er
ciples upon i (
admission of *v-a
,a.'tb'4o ,
ait t6o a ceopI of
'the diotrine
has te eight :o:
tuon of a Terril
admipejon, regar
press, towi
,at be Sepulice
.0 ...th who is .


ViomS


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LEiFROUS

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son ed with money. You may buy any j-
the laborbrft MA'ewiv word4 ,b t


. !+ :, ^ ,. =. .* +: ;-' +. + .. ;. -:. :. ."+ =.

he r.- ac'*r ,im, """+ o+"
pt.u ^.. ^,.-- ;-l't :^. =_..:,:. .,r.i;-
ind it impossible to dispel the
Ahti oe ofthe conditions at Os-
n re t certain of concessions
dIe:e +a as thaIt. ,'the E u-
Tioiid ho-Jong~r lnbe sup
.rte. Wites.-a .Aral0 events,
I 149t-,f ruch influence -at.
., atir nevented thu con!tces-
'.t U'negrted; -A
Sn Egisomp"arbyan4
the iopmell of State
ptf.-bpur un intrigue suc-r,
110A -" Bnatur by the
mm gg j--i-hte wl' stroft


Up &.nd un&e> m A '\, ..Ll..I 1 mM ..- ... ,J-
ida Railroad Company, with a Charter to
build a road from Fernandina to Tampa,
w ith an extension to Cedar Keys, have ar-
rived'at, a point iii their work, 'here it-
was necessary to diverge from, either to
jkedar feys or Tampa. They had finish-
-d a certain part of their road .which enti-
tled thefi to thelad of the.State, according
1 .hetOnqr and effect of th. In nal Im-
appliedn
not jothp Bonds,
'& a" We have-

that
0 ng in a regular
.tmi:; i t, . ,. .' peadof building
. itk ts o Tjmpsa,. they intended
arrying n the.workl Cedar Key, -Had
J thyIightq- to cootipel"them to proceed
'.t :ork 'to Taiap ? None have dis-
Ie that right.', N, not "evn the .let-
e.th Awaye,.n.wyqten by Officials of
C, ompay ave peTer," touche. upon,
Kfp o~ed ghe right iaonedxpitynte,-they
Srely-spoke o po and epediency.
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i a~ua. bhe 'contin-
>wlrdg^igi the.ris '-A
r goa bow Wlirde&
re' n aidtheir itioni'nd
lot em out and make
fr, pax congsp bat
over things, put the*;


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Anocracy,-
the how.
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