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Hi. Catharine.

At the date named the widow had become
'the wife of James Wilson. Is it known
•where this family emigrated to ?



BLACK OP DERRY.



Among the earliest settlers of Derry, in
lLancister county , was Hugh Black from
• the Province of Ulster, Ireland. He died in
September, 1759, leaving a wife, Margaret,
and they had the following children :

». David; d. Novemler21, 1753; m. Jean
; no issue.

ft. Jean; m. Spencer, and had

Williim*nd Thomas.

Hi. Agnes; m. John Laird.

fa. Hugh.

«. Mary; m. Maxwell, and had

Honey.

vi. Thomas; m. Mary .

Of the foregoing children we have the



•record of the
follows:



family of one daughter, as



Aqxbs Black, daughter of Hugh Black,
d. on April 14, 1779, in Derry; m. John
Laird, who died in 1777. They had issue:
(surname Laird) :

i. Hugh ; m. and had John.

ii. Elisabeth; m. Matthew McKinney.

Hi. Mary; m. Andrew Bigger.

iv. James; his father devised him 221 acres
of land on the Swatara.

e. John.

vi. Jean; m. — Part hill.

mi. William.

viii. Samuel. s. b.



THE FIRST CENSUS.



The Faarillea af Daaphla Caaaty la 1790.
IV.



[For convenience of reference, we repeat
that the columns of figures are:]

1. Free white males ab?ve 16 years, in-
cluding heads of families.

2. White males under 16.

3. Free white females, including heads of
families.

4. Slaves.

5. All other free persons. [Persons
auswering to this description are marked
with an *.]

Benjamin Sawyers. 2 2 2..

Adam Harbison. 1 . . . . 1

William Shaw 2 . . 4 . .

Andrew Alexander. 1 5 1 . .

David Ober 1*

Jacob Fery 3 . . 1

William Snodgrass 1 3 4 . .

James Hughs 1 .. 1 ..

Jacob Vents 1 2 3..

Christiana Newver 2

Christopher Bower 1 3 3..

Jacob Miller 1 4 2 . .

Margaret Boyer 1 6 ..

John Bickle 1 2 2 . .

John Books 12 3..

Henry Cooster 1 1 1 ..

Peter Heroff 1 2 2..

Charles Paster 12 3..

Leonard Diller 13 1..

JohnStitt 1

Gtbriel Davis 1 2 3..

Lndwig Mover 1 .. 2 ..

John Heroof 1 . . 3

Frederick Evhart I .. 2

Andrew Heroff 3 . . 4 . .

Frederick Shaaver 1 2 2..



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Martin Fridley

Andrew Blessing

Peter Radebaugh

Jacob Shenebarger

Peter Spade

Michael Coatoer

John Snodgras*.

Robeit Lewis

Robert McFarlaoe

Alexander Moore

Michael Spade

John Weatherholt

Melchior Rahm

William Ceaman

John Fox

Peter Fridl«y...

Joseph Feier

Barbara Hommel

David Hummel

William Knox

John Gilchrist

James Cowden

George Fackler

Daniel Rheem

Frederic Switzer

George Ryder

Joseph Espy

Jeremiah Sturgeon

John Kinsley

Peter Boal

Godfrey Everhai t

David Epler

Christopher Ely

Michael Sheaver

Thomas Morgan

Casper Banchao

James Campbell i*

Archibald Twaddle 1*

John Gilchrist

Christopher Pi ge

Lndwig Dnrnmire

Laurence Smith

Adam Haines

John Wiggins

James Armstrong

William Gall ah er

Leonard W*Hower

Reuben Garbisoo

John Moyer

Samnel Harrison

H ugh Montgomery

John Hershy

Jhn Frantz

Michael Mowra

William Snoddy

Richard Johnston

George Dougherty



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Jacob Rjghart 3 .. 3 ..

Thomas White 1 1 2 . .

Adam Coover 1 2 3..

James Willson 2 11..

Hugh Willson 3 2 1..

Flora Rodgers 2 1 3 1

Gilbert Kennedy 12 4..

John Ryder 1 4 3 . .

John Aughey 2 1 4..

John Coover 11 1 ..

Henry Aughey 1 . . 3

John Burns. 3 . . 3 . .

Christopher Fox 2 3 &..

Abraham Snyder 1 2 2..

Robert Andrews 2 14..

Robert Neel 1 3 2 . .

John Fleming 2 2 4..

George Sheets 2 4 3..

Elisabeth Hilton 1 .. 5 ..

Andrew Berry hi 11 2 .. 5 ..

Conrad Wanamaker 1 .. 1 ..

James Caldwell 3 1 3 . .

Jacob Miller 1 1 7 . .

Henry Mover 2 2 8 ..

Michael Whitley 2 .. 4 ..

John Parthemer 3 . . 3 . .

John Meader 2 5 3..

Robert Whitehill 2 . . 3 . .

Michael Pbillippi 2 .. 8 ..

David Detweiler 112..

James Cockman 3 1 2..

Joseph Willson l 1 1 . .

John McGill 1 .. 2 ..

Peter Ball 3 2 3..

David Montgomery 1 2 1 2

Robert Kinney 2 15..

Nathaniel Simpson 2 1 2..

John Willson 2 1 4 . .

Andrew Stewart 2 . . 2 . .

John Hershy 3 4 5..

James Johnson 3 3 4 1

Richard Swan 2 . . 2 . .

Emanuel Castle 111..

Christopher Crele 1 3 4 . .

Daniel Kimmer 2 2 4..

Daniel Lukes 14 1..

William Scarlet 2 1 2 ,.

Peter Hoylman 3 2 4..

James Finney 3 . . 1 . .

Jacob Farling 2 1 3 . .

Benjamin Duncan 1 1 1 1

Findley Russell 1

JaoebAwl 3 1 4 »

Michael Bitner 3 .. 2 ..

Thomas Wiley 2 .. 1 1



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John Cooper

George Murray l*

Robert Stewart

James Hope

Matthew Murray

William Boyd

George Boats

Isabel Finney

Michael McCleary

John Th >mpcon

John McElhenny

Thomas Bell

James Carotbers 1*

Alexander Mehargue

Samuel Sterling

Jobn Taggert

Margery McFadden

Christian Walborn

Mark Hartley

Michael Venleer

James Chambers

Frederic Lingle

William Calhoun

Hannah Brown

John McHenry

James Duncan

Michael Walborn

John Weiser

George Hains

Daniel Farling

El.jah Stewart

Martin Congo

Martin Lingle

Margaret McClnre

Alexander Will son.

Michael Poorman

Joseph Shaw

Peter Newman

Bernard 8boop

David Ritchie

Martin Koppenheffer

Martin Honser

Martin 8hell

Michael Limes

Jacob Limes

Michael Limes

Abraham Moyer

Jacob Shoop

Jacob Moyer

Chiistopher Shoop

Thomas McArthnr.

Barbara Walker ,

Mary Peacock

Richard Carson.

George Carson

William Boyd



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John Gray 2 . . 4 . .

Hannah Dixon 2 2

John Rutherford 4 1 3 . .

Eleoner Davison 1 1 3..

Jacob Weaver 1 7 3 . .

Joseph Gray 2 . . 4 . .

John Clendenin. 1 1 4..

William Smith 3.. 4..

Jacob Wilhelm 12 2..

John Kvegh I 3 2..

John Keesner 2 1 3..

Martin Blnogle 1 . . 2 . .

Richard Fulton 2 1 1 1

John Fltckiner 3 1 4 ..

James Mac ban ] 2 4 . .

Alexarder McCleester 1 l 2 ..

Jacob ^ up. l 2 1

Felix Landis 2 .. 3 ..

Thomas Murray 1 2 5..

Adam Barber l 2 1

Bernerd McLaughlin 1 . . 1

James Rutherford 3 . . 4 . .

Peter Pancake. 2 2 2..

John Boal 1 3 2..

Henry Boal 2 11..

Henry Keesner 1 .. 3 ..

James Collier 3 1 4..

Ludwig Dagen 4 1 3..

Philip Brown 3 .. 5 ..

Elisabeth Evans 1 2 5 . .

Jacob Good 2 1 3..

Peter Bishop 112..

John Roop 2 2 3..

Daniel Campbell 1 12..

Jacob Weltmer 2 4 3..

Christian Aire 1 14..

Rodger Lennon 1 1 3..

Francis Lerne 1

Daniel Brinnen 1 . . 2

George Lerne 1 1 4 . .

Michael Wolf 3 12..

Jonathan Thomas 1 1 3 . .

John Eppley 1 3 3..

Samuel Newcomb 1 . . 4 . .

Catharine Furry 1 . . 3 . .

John Maxwell 1 2 2 . .

Arthur Chambers 2 1 4 3

Jacob Stoblar 2 . . 4 . .

Peter Frederick 2 1 6 . .

John Stroak 2 4 5..

Michael Frants 1 4 5 . .

Michael NUsly l 1 3 . .

Jsmes Young 1 14..



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Jacob Cooper

John Shaffner

Wiljiam Kerr

Jotiah Crain i*

Jacob Kerr

Abraham Neidig

John Neidig

Abraham Neidig

Matthias Winogel

George Newling

Jacob Hoover

Casper Coueer.

Jacob Earley

John Whitmer

Peter Brenner.

James Burd, Jr

Hugh Hunter

James Curry

Henry Sterner

Jacob Lndwick

Joseph Flora

George Gross

John Bomberger

Jabob Wolfley

Mary Bowman

John Nissley

PhiliaStins

Sarah Coates

Michael Redabarger

John Coneer

Christina Conrad

Hannah Logan

William Maxwell

Col. James Burd

James McCord

Jonathan McClure, Esq

Christopher Swartz

Patrick Lusk

John AUeman

Frank Loret, a free negroe. . 1*

Margaret Alleman

Henry Stance

Christopher Tim my

John Mumma

Jacob Roop

Jacob Roop, jr

Henry Alleman

Jacob Brand

Christopher AUeman

James Crooch

William Hyndman

Henry McEnally

Alexander Kelly

Abraham Gayman

David Light

Peter Baker

Henry Moore



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John Cr all i i

Daniel Crall i i

Emanuel Bollinges. 1 3

Frederick Sebernic \ 2

John Holland i 3

Mordeai McKiony 2 I

Enoch Skeer 1 ..

William McElfossen ] 1

Conrad Ettle 1 ..

William McManus. 1

John James 1 1

Peter Stouffer 1 3

James Russell 1 1

John Sholu 1

George Coneer 1 3

Henry Miller 1 2

Thomas Wbittaker 2 . .

Stephen Hays 2 ..

George Riddle 4 2

George Amcegans 1

Christopher Heppick 1 2 •

Christian King 2 1

Christopher Seabaugh 1 2

Henry Moyer 1

Jacob Allen 1 3

William Harper 1

Jacob King 2 3

JohnPaiks 5 2

Mary Job 1

Peter Sh aster 3 . .

Mark Snyder 1 2



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Historical, Biographical aad Geaealaalcal.



CCLXVIII.



McAllister.— Rose McAllister, widow
of John McAllister, of North Carolina, was
a daughter of Joseph Wilson, of Derry. In
1769 her children living were

i. Giles.

ii. Elizabeth.

Hi. Jean.
and a step-daughter Mary. James McAllister
and John Walker were the executors of her
estate. To what family of McAllisters did
they belong?



A Modbrv Bibliophile.— Several years
ago tkere was an old bookseller on Tenth street
below Market, named Peter Doyle. About
Centennial [1876] time Mr. Ashwortb, an-



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-other bookseller on Sooth Ninth street, was

-famished the following concerning the

former, which has never appeared in print

It is worth preserving:

"Not far from Tenth and Market street,

Like hermit in a lone retreat,

There may be found by those who seek,

Amidst a pile of books antique;

A man whose pate is bald with age,

An emblem of the ancient sage;

A connoisenr in art— nay more,

A lover of all classic lore;

No monk in look more sage could be,

Or less Inclined to talk thin be;

But should some friend his mirth provoke,

lie smiles and slowly tells a joke;

liike cat, he seldom leaves his home,

But with an old black letter tome,

He sits, and cons the pages o'er,

A solitary bachelor.

Peter Peppercorn.



DEATH OP HON. STEUBEN JENKINS.



•Brief Sketch •! That Vetera* Ulvtorlaa.

Steuben Jenkins was born upon the fa-
mous Wjoming battlefield, 28th of Sep-
tember, 1819. He died in the same neigh-
borhood, on the 29 th of May, 1890 He
read law with Hendrick B. Wright, and for
several years was a partner with him. In
1856 he was elected to the Pennsylvania
Legislature and was chosen for a second
term. He again served in the session of 1883.
He held quite a number of local positions,
and although during the early part of his
life he was actively engaged in his profes-
sion, during the past twenty years he devoted
most of his time to literary pursuits, chiefly
iu the direction of local history.

His grandfather, Colonel John Jenkins,
was one of the first settlers in the Wyoming
Valley, coming there as early as 1769. He
wss a very prominent figure in the Provin-
cial and State history of that region. He
was a prisoner among the Indians in 1777,
and served as a captain in the revolutionary
war in 1778, and was a guide to General
Sullivan on his famous campaign in 1779,
. and subsequently took a leading part as a
claimant under Connecticut against Pennsyl-
vania, holding various positions of honor
and usefulness. The carefully kept diaries
of Colonel Jenkins throw great light on the
history of bis time, and that of Wyoming,
and these, with other valuable papers relat-



ing not only to the settlement of the Valley
but the Connecticut claims were carefully
preserved by his grandson, Steuben Jenkins.
In Mr. Jenkins' death the people of Wyom-
ing lose their most earnest and devoted his-
torian and apologist He possessed more in-
formation concerning the early history of
that locality than any other man, and no
person who ever lived was more capable of
preparing a faithful history of the same.
But so indefatigable a worker be gathered
for others to reap. He prepared quite a
number of exceedingly valuable papers on
the Connecticut controversy, and it is more
than probable that the documents and papers
preserved by him are in such condition that
they can be utilized to excellent purpose. He
was an earnest reader of all that related to
Pennsylvania history, and frequently con-
tributed some interesting and important
historical items for Notes and Queries. He
was a patriotic and public spirited citizen,
and discharged with signal ability, fidelity,
and honor, the various positions of useful-
ness entrusted to him.



THE FIRST CENSUS.
The Families In Dnnphln County la 1790.

V.

[For convenience of reference we repeat
that the columns of figures are :]

1. Free white males above 16 years, in-
cluding heads of families.

2. White males under 16.

3. Free white females, including heads of
families.

4. Slaves.

All other free persons. [Persons answer-
ing to this description are marked with an *.)

Frederick Winogle 1 2 3..

Michael Hemnerly 1 2 2..

Martin Hemperly 1 3 2..

Robert Hall 113..

Owen McBrearty 1 1 1 . .

Phillip Thenges., 12 1..

John Hines 3 2 5..

Peter Widener 1 . . 1 . .

Dr. John Lenon 1 . . 1

Frederick Fils 1 .. 2 ..

John Bowden 1 2 1 ..

George Cope 1 1 2..

George Low man 2 3 5..

John Kissinger 2 2 3..

Danfol Hoffman 2 2 3..



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David Etley 1

John McCann 1

Conrad Book* 1 .

John Adams 1

John Koeht 1 .

William Cnmberlaod 1

Christian Bottomstone 1

Matthias Forney 1

Widow Stence

Christian Ford l

Valentine Crist l

John Bornheater l ,

John Beideler l

Dayid Bailer l

George Hildehrand 2

Joseph Snyder 1

Frederick Wiley 1

Dr. David Frank 1

Christian Spade l

Mary Hemperly

Widow Scott

Philip Weiiick l

Valentine Wei rick l

George Toot s

James Leonard 1

Jacob Kherly i

OrshelToot

Francis Forney l

David Toot i

Elizabeth Drawbridge

Mary Sadler

Adam Blair 4

George Rough 3

George Frey 8

Frederic Ssarely 1

Frederick Rbeem 2

John Metzger 3

Thomas Stobbs l

Daniel Stobbs. 2

Frederick Ober Under 1

Frederick Stronse 2

Sophia Eberly

Phillip Shokey \\ 1

Jacob Messencope 1

Jacob Youts 3

Charles Brandon 2

Peter Wetland 1

Jacob Snyder 2

Michael Gross 2

Elijah Green 3

George Gross 2

Conrsd Wolfly 2

John Snyder 2

Ladwic Wolfly 1

Edward Guiles 2

Adam Miller 1

John Murphy 1



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John Fisher

Joseph Craig

Joseph World

Widow Mills

Jsmes Lloyd

Widow Skear

George Bower

Robert Herring

William Kitch

Thomas Kitch

John Moyer

John Parthemore ....

John Barnett

Thomas King

Peter Keiti>l

Jonas Mets

Michael Bomberger. .

Henry Fitting

Jacob Milleiseo

John Means

Alexander McMillen .

Eleoner Donaldly

Mary Harris

John McKinney

Phillip Concer

Joshua Ennis

John Haggart

William Earnest

Conrad Long

Margaret Shaffner. . .

Philip Fisher

John Fisher

Nicholas Allemsn . . .

John Funk

Peter Wolf

Mathias W hi toner...

Adam Burns

Frederick Oralis

Mathias Hoover

Henry Redick

Adam Weaver

Matthias Wolf

Samuel Fox

Adam Deen

Martin Miller

Henry Chubb

Jacob Youngman . . .

Jacob Fisher

Hugh 8tewart

Michael Castle

Jacob Poorman

Jacob Beck

George Page

Michael Smith

Jacob 8mith

John Castle



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THE F IRST C ENSUS.
Tfce Faaalllea !■ Daaphla C««aty la 1790.

V.

[For convenience of reference we repeat
that the columns of figures are:]

1. Free white males above 16 years, in-
cluding heads of families.

S. White males under 16.

3. Free white females, including heads ot
families.

4. Slaves.

All other free persons. [Persons answer-
ing to this description are marked with an *.)

Frederic Castle 2 2 4..

Jacob Syder*. 1 1 3 . .

Casper Byerly 2 1 3 . .

Jacob Miller 113..

John Miller ... 1 2 3 ..

John Castle 2 .. 2 .

John Buck 1 3 4 . .

George Page 1 1 2 . .

John Bean 112..

Stephen Bees 112..

Thomas Cam 1 . . 3

Jacob Syder* 3 . . 2 . .

John Willsoo 1 1 .. ..

John Willson 2 . . 3 . .

John Beighart 1 2 3..

fiiichael Mitchel 1.. 1..

William Wigham 2 3 4 . .

Doritj Sn)der. 2 2.. ..

George Rees 12 3..

JohnSyders 1 13..

Deetrich Owrin 1 1 3 . .

Widow Sheets 1 ..

John 8eiberr 3 1 3 . .

Barbara Sheets 2 3 ..

8amuel Sheerer I 1 6 . .

Christopher Earnest 2 3 2..



Henry Slotterbaugh l l 3 . .

John Byers 1 3 2..

Jacob Rahrn 1 2 1

Phillip Ham maker ] 3 2..

Jacob Baughman 1 3 2..

Philip Brandt l 2 4 . .

George Sheuk 2 2 2..

Matthias Springer 2 5 4..

Conrad Berry 3 2 2..

John Bowman 1 3 2..

David Mamma 1 l 3 . .

John Brown 1 3 2..

John Miller l 4 3..

Nicholas Swert 2 4 5..

William Hagertt 2 . . 3 . .

Robert Temple ton 1 2 2 ..

Conrad Shney l . . 2

Jacob Zarker l 2 3..

John Snyder 4 4 5..

Henry Worst 3 3 3..

Peter Bbersole 2 . . 2 1

George Fackler 2 1 2 . .

John Gordon l 2 1

Robert Porter 2 .. ] ..

John Klanser 1 1 2..

Robert Moody 2 3 4 . .

Nicholas Prats 2 .. 9

Christian Hoover l 2 2 . .

Thomas McCord 3 . . 1 . .

Samuel McCo d 2 3 2..

Mary McCormick 1 . . 1 . .

Andrew Homer 1 5 3..

Robert Free k el ton 1 4 2 . .

John Reighart 2 3 5..

John Umway l 1 6 . .

John Bbersole 3 2 4..

Peter Bbersole 1 1 4 . .

John Shearer 1 2 2 . .

Frederic Bnck ^ 1 1 1 . .

Martin Rahm 1 . . 3

John Caoffman 3 3 3..



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Christopher Stooffer 2 3 5

John Stooffer 1 . . 3

Valentine Hummel 14 5

Wendle Mebieh 2 2 2

Dr. Andrew 8hregly 2 1 4

Jacob Rabm 1 2 I

Henry Etter 8 1 5

John Palm I . . 1

Michael Palm I 3 4

Daniel Palm I 1 3

Adam Ham maker. 2 3 4

Christian Hammiker I 8 4

Thomas Evens.., 2 .. 2

George Balsbaogh 3 . . 2

Frederick 8Uhl. I 2 4

Widow Borkholder. 1 3 2

Jacob Speidel 12 4

Michael Speidel 3 6 3

Philip Plessly 1 1 8

Widow Cope 4

Anthony Plessly 1 1 1

Abraham Cobangh 3 1 1

Peter Poorman 2 .. 1

Jumes Willson 1 . . 3

Philip Fisbbnrn 1 2 2

Philip Meek 1 1 3

William Crabb.. 1 3 5

Peter Books. 2 .. 1

Jacob Books 1 2 2

John Reeser 5 . . 3

Stephen Felix 1 1 6

Peter Peirce 1.. 1

Juhn Peirce I 1 2

Conrad Pfoots 3.. 5

Widow Landis. 1 1 3

Jacob Singer 2 4 4

Conrad Singer 1 1 3

Philip Hoover. 3 . . 3

Denis Stahl 1 2 5

C isper Spring. 2 . . 2

Adam Speidel 3 1 2

John Mitchel 2 2 5

Nicholas 8heaver 1 1 2

John Momma 12 2

William Laird 3 1 3

Jacob Heesly. 4 . . 5

Christian Ober 1 .. 3

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NOTES AND QUERIES.

Historical, Biographical ana GeaeaUarleak

CCLXIX.

Thb History of Vknamgo County, re-
cently published by Messrs. Brown, Rank
A Co., is one of the most valuable of recent
local histories— especially that portion relat-
ing to the French occupation of Western
Pennsylvania, prepared by that conscientious
historian, the late Rev. Dr. Eaton. This,
in connection with several papers written by
him, as pablished in the "Western Maga-
zine of History," are of great permanent
value and will enbalm his name.
_— - •

Thb Early History of Franklin,
Pbnn'a, by our friend, Hon. J. 8. McCal-
mont, as published in theVenango Spectator,
has reached chapter thirty. Judge McCal-
mont is an industrious antiquary, and his re-
searches into the first beginnings of the his-
tory of Franklin furnish proof of his zeal
■and ability in this direction. His articles
show how much valuable data has fo years
been neglected. Notwithstanding the publi-
cation of the history referred to in the pre-
ceding note, there is so much new material in
the articles already printed that under all
drcamstancbs they should be placed in a per-
manent foim. They deserve it

Thb Political Beginnings of Ken-
tucky," comprise the sixth number of the
Fileon Club Publications. The work is by
the distinguished John Mason Brown, whose
recent death caused so much sorrow among
those who knew and admired him. Colonel
Browo finished his work before his death,
and it has been published by the Filson
Club just as he left it, and in accordance
with his direction. The author went to the
bottom of what were known as Spanish,
French and British intrigues in the West,
and righted the wrongs inflicted upon some
of Kentucky's best and wisest pioneers. To
accomplish this, he not only appealed to the
original authorities printed and in manu-
script in this country, but secured from
foreign archives copies of the official dis-
patches sent by agents to their Governments
teaching these transactions. The dispatches



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