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VOL. I. ---- - .7--EDGARTOWN, (Dukes County, Ma..) THI SDAY, NOVEMBER 5, 11140. " NO. 26..
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" ] never see. aml of which they can uf course] we were iookmtr at her. I sin)posed them [lie was three ears the semor of Elle,. - . __
nv Ma t tza r ) ' " I ,, 3t ),, ;per, beads, &c.,&e., earned, over bumini "
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(a it, ti, r, .mi,, t',j, ] must be their desire to behold the eount'e-] was,empl0yed. [and they loved each other with all the fer-|mination and physical energy to cross.---
,II'Eltt. IS: ] nances of their friends, those who admin-] As we. entered the house, I dlen advanc-[vor of childhood. Henrie was a/so %ery [In exchange.for the goods we have enumer-
One copy, one year, ~'2, in advance .... / . ....
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in advsnce, and ~,50 if m,t paid within six n,o,)ths. .... I , I' . civet, ostrich feathers, citrics, urns/s i-
sit I. c,u,io~-5 cent. cheernlg nldeed would ue tile snnle beam- winch M. took first. After returning ller[of his attachment to her, sunnosed that lie~ ..... P . ..g .. v~p
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