From lie A Vie York Herald. j GEOLOGY.
THE PROSPECT BEFORE US. | Mr. Laurence, in a lecture on Geology,
The dements of prosperity and wealth at Louisville, Ky., in speaking of changes
were never soacuve and so rapidly progres- in ihe carili’s surface, said tliai—
tin<>• in this country or any oilier, as iliev ! “ The Mississippi river within the last
urc at this moment throughout the United two hundred years has advanced thirty
States. Notlting seems to mur ihe pros- miles into the Gulf of Mexico. Andobser-
pcct of an extraordinary increase in all spe- vmion proves that the Gulf o! M exico
' • . # a.i. r . i t fiirmrirl v* nvInttrioH liianor am limn ifhorn
ties of wealth for the nexi few years, tin
less the little black cloud alluded 10 by.
Sir Robert Peel—Texas and Oregon—
thould expand into any dangerous dimen
sions and break upon ilic world. I1 is the
opinion, however, of a great many sensible
men, that the British Government will be
very cautious how iliev gel into a serious
quarrel wiib the United Slates on account
of annexation. She has so many interests
connected with this country, commercial
nnd manufacturing, that it Ecetns impossi
ble lo many minds that she can for an in
stant entertain the idea of actual liostilily.
Others, however, think differently, nnd be
lieve that the British aristocracy and priv
ileged classes, in combination with similar
interest in France, nnd on the continent of
Europe, think that it is time lo make a stand
against the influence and progress of repub
lican principles, even nt the risk of inler-
i trpting all the commercial intercourse be
tween Europe and America. It seems,
therefore, lobe a question involved in some
doubt, whether the great struggle between
the pop lar nnd privileged classes is or is
not to dc postponed for some considerable
Under the supposition, however, that the
peaceful relations of the two commies will
continue unbroken, even with the annex
ation of Texas anil other menacing ques
tions between Europe mid America, we
caimd resist the conviction that the prog
ress of this country in wealth, prosperity,
population and power will he greater du
ring the next ten years than in any ten
years of the past existence of the republic.
The ngricultual interest—obviously worthy
of the'first and highest consideration, in
estimating the elements of our national
SIMS & CHEEVER,
next, before the Court bouse door in Blakely,
within the legal hours of sale, the following property g! «► IMS FACTORS &
One negro woman named Juliann, about 28 years . . __ . ™
old, as llie property of Jonathan Reach, to satisfy a tie It CM l COUlUtlSStOH .llerctWHtH,
formerly extended higher up than where
the mouth of the Ohio is now. All those
almost boundless bottoms, extending from
the southern part of Illinois, once were oc
cupied by an nrm of the sea. Ail this fill
ing up has been done at the expense of the
country watered bv those rivers. But
much 'the largest portion of the .mineral
matter carried down by the river is convey
ed to a great distance into the ocean.—
There it is distributed in layers upon its
lied. Layer after layer is thus formed,
which in process of time, by pressure, by
chemical affinity, and by oilier causes,
gradually becomes consolidated into the
hardness of ordinary rock. This is the
history of nil the rocks in the west. Eve
ry pari of this vast country lias, at some
period, formed a part of the bed of the ocean
which then received contributions from oth
er lands, from which all our present rocks
have been formed, and has subsequently
been raised to its present elevation above
it. This is likewise demonstrated by the
abundance of organic remains formed in all
which arc of marine origin. Another cause
of change is the wearing action of rivers,
nil of which in the west have excavated
the whole of their channels through which
they now flow. When they commenced
running, their lieds were higher than the
highest point along their snores now arc;
for these must havc'sufiered some abrasion;
lienee all the hills in llie west have been
produced by the action of the waters, in
stead of having been elevated, and arc
from this circumstance termed hills of de
gradation. It was shown that the sea and
land gradually change places, that por
tions of the earth arc gradually rising and
encroaching upon the sea, while others are
mortgage ii-fa from the Inferior Court of said county,
Boling H. Robinson vs Jonathan Roach.
Also, the following negroes, Celia, 65 years old,
Mary 38, Ben 36, Jack 28, Ocar 26. Ellen 24, Deck
5, Olive 2, Reubin 24, Martha 20, Edmund 4, Rach
el 18, Cbarlott 16,rhiUis 40, Dow 20, Henry 30,
Jane 10, Bill 7, Booker 28, Maria 22, Howell 6
months old, Phill 35, Bob 30, Fanny 8, Essex 26,
Harriette 24, Frank 1, Peter 50, Jude 40, Tom 24,
Caroline 19, Polly 17, Jackson 12, Harry 10, Anto-
nett 8, Arm 5, Jude 2, with their increase since the
22d April, 1811, as die property of Wm. A Tennclle,
to satisfy two mortgage fi-fas issued from Early Su
perior Court, Benj. S, Jourdan vs said Tenncll, and
Green II. Jordan vs said Tenneltc.
JOSEPH COLLIER, Sli’ff.
May 28th, 1845. 7 tds.
Wm. W. Sum. Wm. W. Chester.
April 16, 1845 1 tf
T HE subscriber begs leave to inform tho ra.,*,
that be is still carrying oa the harness ’
at his old stand, on Broad street, where he is
times prepared to execute their orders with ncatusT I
and despatch. Repairing' at the shortest notw I
and prices to suit the times. 'I
SAMUEL D. IRvrv
Albany, April 16th, 1845. 1 tf ' '
LIBEL FOR DIVORCE,
Sumter Superior Court.
Woody G. Belshar. „
W hereas it is made appear by the return of the
Sheriff that the defendant is not to be found in
the county of Sumter: It is Ordered, that* the said
Woody G. Belshar do appear at the next Superior
Court to he holdcn in anu for said county on the third
Monday in November next, and then and there an
swer said libel; and if is further ordered that service
be perperfeeted on the said Woody G. Belshar by
the publication of this rule once a month for three
months in one of the public gazettes of this State,
-aid publication to be lad before the next term of this
A true extract from the minutes of raid Court, this
20th dav of May, 1845
MANE&SEII m. guery, c. s. c.
May 28 7 m3m
WATCH & CLOCK MAKER,
I s prepared to execute all orders in his line of busi
ness, with despatch, and in the most superior style.
Watches cleaned or repaired will ho warraiftcd to
keep good time. Gold wrought into Rings or other
ornaments, and silver into spoons, will he warranted
in workmanship equal to that of any establishment in
Terms Cash, and prices to suit the times. Shop
situated on Broad srtcct, next door above the‘Patriot’
May 14th 1845. 5 tf
greatness—arc in n condition inosi flour- gradually sinking and arc encroached upon
wiling nnd promising. Every yenr see-I by the sea. A recent elevation of the
vast tracts of virgin soil brouglil under the
plough nnd harrow, nnd bringing forth in
due season teeming'harvests. The culti
vation of the earth begins to be carefully
studied, and practised as n science. Im
mense numbers arc directing their means
and industry to the tillage of the ground.
The rapid sales of public lands in tlie far
west—the swelling tide of emigration to
those fertile regions—the vast increase in
the annual aggregate of agriculinal produc
tion—all a (bird the most gratifying evi
dence of the prosperity nnd growth of ag
riculture. The commercial interest of the
country arc also in a stale of great health
and vigour. Our seaports are giowing with
extraordinaty rapidity. The internal com
merce of the country'is increasing m a pare
that is really surprising. Oa the bordets
of our lakes and on the banks of our rivers,
great cities nnd towns arc springing up
like the work of magic. On our canals
and railroads, and innumerable navigable
rivers, immense quantities of all description
of merchandise aro conveyed daily. In
every direction wc see the evidenced un
equivocal commercial prosperity. Our
manufacturing interest present (lie same
marks of flourishing progress. In New
England and New York, manufactures have
been established on a large scale and stable
basis, and begin to penetrate into the region
cf the South and West, to an extraordina
ry extent. Thus growing up, steadily nnd
prosperously, side by side with the agricul
tural interests, our manufactures afibid us
the most cheering assurances of llie future
progressof the country, nnd its rapid growth
in the most csscnliafclciucnts of national
wealth and power.
In reviewing the present condition of lie
country, we must not overlook the improve
ment in the hanking system. This im
provement has been marked in the extreme,
and constitutes one of llie best possible o-
tnens of future prosperity. The old finan
cial errors and false principles have been
exploded. No one, now talks of a Nation
al Bank. Every body looks with the se
verest scrutiny to nil the movements, sepa
rate or combined, of the Slate Banks, in
country through which the Missouri flows
was supposed to lie the cause of the rapidi
ty nnd miuldincss of its ctirrrni.
A VALUABLE PLANTATION
JA*A WE will soli a bargain in our PLAKTa. I
Uiiil VIOtf, consisting of Eight hundred anl^'l
gE%enty-Jit:e acres, Four hundred acres ofwliicl l
is good “* 1
situated in Decatur county, Georgia, adjoinin', tj„
lands of Messrs. McKinley & Barrow. There u,, L
200 acres of cleared land in fine order for cultivatk* I
good fence, Ac. with two settlements, a good Gi- I
house, and Screw, out houses Ac. The place is I
thy and well watered. For further infonftation csli I
and examine the premises cn the Ilathorn Trail Jo I
miles east of Bainbridge. ■
Decatur county. May 7th, 1845. i
GEORGIA, Dooly County.
A GREEABLE to an order of the Honorable, the
luicrior Court of Early county, while sitting
u,r ordinary purposes, will lie" sold on’lhc first Tues
day in August next, before the Court House door in
Blakely, within the legal hours of sale, lot of land
No. 103, and liaii of lot of land No. 137, in the 13th
district of said county. Also, two negroes, Bill, a
man. and Lucretia, a woman; sold as llie property of
Elijah Fenn, late of Early county deceased: sold
for the benefit of the heirs and creditors of said de
ceased. Wm. GRIMES, Adm’r.
Blakely, £3d May, 1815. 7 tds.
GEORGIA, Baker County.
order to keep them properly controlled.—
The banking system is now in a compara
tively healthy condition, nnd may be kepi
so ky the vigilance of nn intelligent nnd
philosophical press nnd people. Moncv is
plenty, as may be seen by llie rales of in
terest and the premium given on recent
loans to this Stntc. If peace lie preserved,
ail these elements of wealth and power
must increase beyond the nnticipai ions even
of the most sanguine imagination, nnd rap.
idly make us the wealthiest nation in the
world. All the riches of the earth must
gradually extend to these great centres of
agricultural, manufacturing, commercial
and mining industry nnd wealth ; whilst
the city of New York, ns the great me
tropolis of the whole nation is giving evi
dence of its growth, enterprise nnd power
in every department of human life. The
splendid palaces which arc now in pi ogress
of erection in different parts of the city! nnd
intended for private residences, nre’ even
more superb than those built in 1836. Yet
every thing appears healthy, stable and
AH this prospect—brilliant nnd inviting
as it is—will increase and widen if tieacc
should be preserved, and if the powets of
western Europe keep a proper dtstnncc in
reference to all questions connected with
this continent, and the progress of society
and government hero. If they do continue
their .interference in a more hostile form—
if war come—then their will be a great
and terrible effort, which will give a new
INFLUENCE OF RURAL SCENES.
If ever von detect yourself indulging in
the reflections of a misanthrope, nnd tles-
pomlingiy thinking there is nothing in the
world worth living for—nothing bright,
nothing good, nothing pure—pcuctiaic in
to the noble forest, or the trackless woods;
let your mind coniemplato the gigantic and
majestic works of God ; study llie page of
the pool, teeming with charily and Chris-
linn love; lei a prattling, artless child he
your companion; think of affection, of in
nocence, and then ask yourself is llie world
such o dreary waste ns, in the bitterness of
some (rilling disappointment, you had
thought ill If you stiil retain ilic same
gloomy conviction, your temper must have
been soured beyond the power of the most
benign influences to recover it; but no—
you will not, you can not steel your heart
against their appeal. He who lives pent
up in cities, with nothing to contemplate
hut llie snares set by man lo caicli his fel
low-men—with no prospect hut the frail
works of human hands—hath little to re
mind of a higher power: it is the contem
plation of nature which leads his thoughts
to nature’s God. Man serves man for pay,
and one member of the coininuniiv assists
the other only lo the extent to which his
services will he requited. The great spring
which sets the vast body of a city into ac
tion—which governs all its movements—
is hut business. The very air is tainted
with the scent of business, the ear is deaf
ened by tlie sounds of business; the eye
bewildered by the signs of business; and
profu is the prize for which the inliubilants
of cities struggle through their life, tram
ple on their fellows in the busy race, nnd
beat down those who are running to the
same winning-post. But he who gave to
mnn the trees of the forest nnd the grass of
the fields, who provided streams of water
for his use, and made the soil fertile-and
productive, asks no remuneration for his
mighty labors—demands no reward; and
the contcmplntor of rural scenes feels that
he is communing, through their agency,
with n higher, a more generous, a more
disinterested Being than mail.
The superior morality of the agricultural
over the manufacturing portion of our poptt
Intion, is principally attributable to the in
fluenres of the scenes with which the pur
suits of the former classes bring them into
contact. The laborer who tills the soil,
who watches the beneficial effect of the
dew of heaven on his seed, and is grateful
for a ray of sunshine, learns to think of the
Master-hand which regulates their succcs
sion; but the mechanic, toiling monoton
ousty on a spot where high walls close his
prospects, whose operations depend not for
success upon the seasons, and who.is sur
rounded by the works of mnn, which he
*^yHEREAS Lewis s - wier, np-
T HE proprietor of this establishment, takes this
occasion to express his gratitude to bid patrons
for their support, in this his new location, and earn
estly hopes he may continue to merit their approba
tion. He assures the travelling public that lie will
always be found nt Home, in every sense of the
word. The house is situated in the central part of
the City, is commodious, has good stables, servants,
bar, anil all the requisites necessary for a comfortable
and genteel Hotel. FRANCIS HOLDEN.
Albany npril 23d, 1815. 2 tf.
to Foreclose Murtgcy
in Dnnly Superior'S
Court,May Term 1J I5. j
BY SAMUEL BAKER,
Comer o( Broad and Front Streets,
april 16 1845. 1 tf.
I' 1 ' es tome for letters of Administra
tion on the estate of l’ctcr Sniallen, late of said
These are therefore to cite, Summons and admon
ish, all Hnd singular, the kindred and creditors of
said dN-cascd. to be and appear at iny office within
the time prescribed by law, then anu tlicre to shew
cause, if any they have why said letters should not
Given under my land at office, this 18th, day of
SETH C. STEPHENS, c. c. o.
May, 21 1845. 6. 30d
GEORGIA, Baker County.
[THEREAS Murphy Taylor, Admin-
r istrator on the estate of James Tav-
or, la to of said county deceased, applies to me for
Letters of Dismission from said Administration:
These arc therefore, to cite, summon and admon
ish all and singnlar, the kindred and creditors of said
deceased to be and appear at my office within the time
prescribed by law to show cause, (if any they have)
hy eaid letters should not be granted.
Given under my band at office, this sixth day of
SETH C. STEVESS, C. C, O.
May 7, 6m
May 14th 1845.
A Certain and Effectual Cure for
I'evlb and Ague,
For Bile hy W. E. SMITH,
april 16. I tf
flHVO Rooms in the upper etorv of my office on
Washington street, 'The rooms are well ulais-
tcrerl and neatly finished, and are suitable, and con
veniently situated for Offices or Lodging rooms. For
terms apply at my Office.
H. G. NICHOLS.
BORA A IffcCilYIER.
D EALERS in Groceries, Dry Goods, Boots,
•Shoes, Hats, Clothing Ac.
Albany, April, 16tb, 1815. 1 tf.
F OUIb moths after date application will ho made
to the Honorable the Inferior court of Sumter
ty, while sitting for ordinary purposes for leave
it a negro boy belonging to the estate of Allen
A LL persons are hereby warned not to trade for
a note given hy John McClendon, to Davis Ma
gee, due alxmt the tirst day of January last, for tiven-
tv-live dollars, which was stolen from the lionso of
the subscriber, in the second District of Leo county,
nn the 23d ult.
Should such a note lie discovered, the subscriber
will be thankful lor information concerning it, as it
utay lead to the detection otthe thief.
June 5, 1815. 8 4t
Sale to be made for the purpose
L. 1\ DORMAN,
Adm’r. de bonis non.
I jtOUR months afterdate application will be made
to the Honorable the Inferior Court of Lee
county, while sitting for ordinary purposes, for leave
to sell a part or all of the real and personal estate of
James Ruby, late of said county deceased, for the
benefit of the heirs and creditors of said estate.
B. O. KEATON, ailmr.
QG Sacks Rio and Inguiria Collcc,
iU 400 Sacks Salt,
40 Bbls Old Rectified Whiskey,
5 do. American Brandy,
5 do. N. E. Rum
1 Pipe Superior Otard Brandy.
70CotI Manilla A Hemp Rope,
Together with a large assortment of India and Ken
tucky Bagging, English and Sweedes Iron, Trace
Chains, Weeding Ifoes, Axes and Hollow Ware.
Sarah Dozier, Executrix
of the last Will and Testa
ment of James C. Dozier,
Erwin Sntton A
I T appearing to the Court upon the petition 0 ftl* 1
plaintiff, that the defendants, on the second da- |
of June, in the year of our Lord, eighteen hiindni |
and thirty-eight, made their promisor}- note in writer I
whereby, on or before the first day of Januarv. ei-h I
teen hundred and forty, they, the said Erwin £4 I
Daniel jointly and severally promised to pay one Wii-1
liam W. Taylor, or bearer, the sum of eleven lire. I
died and fifty dollars for value received of lia ft, I
said Taylor, who afterwards, to wit, on the dav il! I
year first aforesaid, transfered and delivered said I
to said James C. Dozier, he being then in life, in 11
fair course of trade, and for a valuable corn identic-.. I
And afterwards, on the eighth day of May, eight*! I
hundred and forty, the said Erwin and Daniel, & I
better to secure flic payment of the said premiao. I
note unto tire said James C. Dozier, he being thil
still in life, and the )<ona fide bearer and owner thrr" I
of, executed under their hands and seals, and the I
and there delivered to the 6aid James C. Dozier,tiei-1
certain Mortgage Deed, thereby mortgaging to the I
said James C. Dczier one lot of lapd, known” by t»|
number two hundred and twenty-three, in the thiri
District of said county of Dooly, w itli a grist and far
mill thereon, and all the appertcnances thereof; an!
which said mortgage was duly recorded in terms t:
the statute in such cases made and provided; and h
further appearing to the Court, t!:at the note Irereia
before described, is the identical note, the pnympnto:
which said mortgage was intended to secure, «!•
though the same is not described in said mortgage
except as to the amount of principal, and the ha
w-lien the same became due and payable; and the'
there is still remaining due and unpaid, upon fait
note, the sum of nine hundred and ninety-three
lars and forty cents principal, and tlic further same
two hundred and ninety-three dollars and Giirty-eiglr
cents interest thereon, up to this date; and tfcep!
tiff having prayed the foreclosure of said ntortpsp
It is therefore, on motion of Kelly A Kiiien, flair
tiff’s Attorneys, ’Ordered that the said Erwin anil
Daniel do jay into this Court, on or before the firs
da} of the next Term, the principal and interest due,
and the interest ItCHalter to accrue upon said ne’e!
and mortgage, or shew good end sufficient causeI:
the contrary, and that se-rvicc of this Rule he per
fected by publication of the same cnee a month fc|
four months in some public gazette published in te
state, or by service of copies thcreot upon the rai!
Erwin and Daniel, or their agents or representative:.'
three months before the said next Term.
A true extract from the Minutes of the Court, fib
13th May, 1845.
THOMAS H. KEY, Clk.
May 21,1815. 6 m ini
“ Wisdom, Justice, Moderation."
The Patriot will be edited bv Nelson
Tift and S. N. Houghton, and published
weekly in the City of Albany, linker
County Georgia, commencing on Wednes
day the 16th day of Apnl, 1845.
Our Polilical 1Principles are Democratic:
and we shall advocate nnd defend them in
the spirit of the motto which wc have a-
dopted, believing that wc shall thereby best
secure the purity and permnnancy of our
Government, nnd the liberty, happiness
and prosperity of our fellow-citizens.
.Agriculture:—That great source of our
National wealth and independence, shall
Persons desiringto purchase will do well to give me! have that space in our columns, which
a call. ^ W-E. SMITH. importance demands. Il will be one of
Albany, april 16, 1845.
r|v He subscriber has now on hand, and will be re
ceiving from New York and New Orleans, the
following articles of
which he offers to his customers, and the public gen
erally, on as reasonable terms, FOR CASH, aacan ! ..... t„ii _
be bought in this market; and respectfully solicit. ® f
first objects lo develop.- the resources nnd
advantages of the fertile country bv which
we are surrounded, the soil and climate of
which will bear a favorable comparison
with that of any section of the Union.
To Commerce, Manujaetures, the Arte,
Sciences and all those industrial pursuits
which are in some sense the cause nnd ob-
I 8«Pport,Whil«t we^hnlinotn^glect
•aught to think ingenious, or useful, or
valuable, forgets those nobler nnd more
stupendous works which are beyond his
prospect; and thus is brought too often to
forget, also, their maker—God. How fre
quently do we exclaim, “ What a wonder
ful power is steam, and how clever must
mnn have been to discover it 1” Yet how
seldom do the vital (unctions inculcated by
our Maker—the primitive and original mo-
tive power of which our application of
steam is but a feeble imitation—how sel
dom does the great principle of animation
and vitality, formed and arranged by God,
engage our admiring wonder 1 The com
paratively miserable efforts of the creature
assortment can be found
Rio and Cuba Coffee. (Manilla and Ky. Twine,
Sugar, Refined Loaf and Kentucky Bagging,
West India. Cotton do.
Flour, Northern and Wes. Nails and Spikes,
tern. Powder ana Shot,
Bacon, Country and Wes- Percussion Caps it Flints,
tern. Looking Glasses,
Lard, Vinegar, Coffee Mills,
Soap (varieties of) Shingling hatchets,
Tolncco, (rarions brands) Collins’ Axes,
Snuff (bottles Si bladders)] Weeding & Patent Host.
Sperm Si Tallow CandlesjTable Salt and Brooms,
Cheese, Butter, Molases and Syrup,
Spices dr E. Ind. Bagging Moss and Prime Pork,
Manilla and Ky. Rope. IWhiskev Ac. Ac.
Albany, Geo. april 16,1845. 1 tf
direction to all the energies of This country, wi,h
and open a chapter of human character on ^ BU "i 0,in ^ c< *
thwconrinent which has never yet been .^kh^eSfci. N« , ,«,e W h«r P hf".n!“r*:n i A
Faith span* the gulf of death with the
bridge of nope. ✓
man ie in cilice, Nature, her beautiea and
her wonders, are forgotten.
Subdue your passions, and life will appear easy.
Mmmber and Meal,
F OR sale at the Kinchafoono Mills, two miles
north of Albany. Orders fori uimber promptly
attended to. TIFT A BRISBANE.
April 16,1845. | 1 tf.
T WO Stores in die lower story of the Patriot
building, and one Tenement in the second story,
to be completed by the 1st day of Jane.
■ N. TUT.
april 16, 1845. 1 tf
to promote by proper means, the cause of
Education, Morals and Religion.
We shall endeavour to give to our rea
ders ihe earliest information of interesting
domestic and foreign news, and weekly cor
rected intelligence of oijf own nnd other
markets. We shall also, publish n synop
sis of the Sheriffs sales, for all the counlies
in our vicinity.
As a Family paper, the Patriot will be
rendered inleresting nnd instructive. It
will be our object to convey valuable infor
mation—to fosternnd encourage ihe virtues,
and correct I ho vices of society. No per
sonal animosities or parly rancour, will find
vent in our columns—but we sholl promul
gate and defend Truth, for the sake of Truth,
with'that independence ofspirit which fears
t pr. Copy payable in advance or
S a* Ihe end of the yenr.
. liberal deduction will be made to
Agents who forward cash.
S. N. BOUGHTON
PROSPECTUS OF THE
UNITED STATES JOURNAL
Br Jesse E. Dow, A Co.
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this (first; day of May, with an entire new dress-
new type, fine raper, with other important aitciatic.
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zcalously and unremittingly oppose each and eve
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other mischievous corporations and consolidations
wealth, which subvert the rights of the people ie
undermine the pillars of the Republic; it will oppre
an oppressive and anti-republiean tariff system, ti
assumption of the State debts by the Genera) <jf
eminent, and all other Federal principles which las
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political delusion we shall wage unchanging, uncc
The Fabmik and the Mecraxic who prod ace:
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unwavering champion of their inalienable rights;!
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in our columns a choice selection from the cunt
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