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Esqr. as it always is Custom to pay so much
for Shaving a Decess'd, and yon'l oblige

Tour Friend & Very Humble Servant,
Benjamin Dombock

Lancaster, April the 15tb, 1767.



Thb Depreciation of Continental
MONEY is well exemplified by the following
receipt for a portion of the taxes for the
county of Lanc-tster during the closing years
of the Revolution:

•♦Received Oct. 14th, 1780. of William
Henry, E*q., Treasurer of Lancaster Coun-
ty, Two Hundred and Seventeen Thousand,
Five Hundred pound?* oo acct of the 45.
Millions and four first monthly Taxes.

£217,500.

David Rittenhousk, Treas.



RECORDS OF ST. PBTBR'g MITBBR4N
CHURCH, MIDDLBTOWN.



MIRRIAUB4 BY RET. MR. If,L.lNG).

1783.

Jan. 14 Jamei Karr and Rachel White-
hill, both of Leacock township, Lancaster
county; married by authority of a marriage
license. Received £1. 2*. 6d.

Jan. 25. Dal by and Mary Lowry„

both of West Nantmeal township, Chester
county. Received £1. 10s. Od.

Jan. 30 Nathaniel Lightner and Jaue-
Crawford, both of Leacock township, Lan-
caster county. Received £1. 18s. 4d.

April 15. John Breneisen and Cathatine
Schork, both of Earl township, Lancaster
county. Received 15s.

May 1. Evan Russell and Anne Goheen,
both of Caernarvon township, Lancaster
county. Received £1.

June 3. Jacob Hoffman and Maria
Klingman, both of Robeson township,
Berks county. Received 15s.

June 15. Chrlstoph Wtroer and Eliza*
beth Freyer, both of Derry township, Lan-
caster county ; married at Frey's. Received
15s.

June 16. Henry Bohl and Margaret
Leru, both of Pax tang township, Lancaster
county. Received £l 10s. 0d.

June 16. Henry Ditter and Rosina Bauer,
both of Paxtang township, Lancaster county.
Received 15s.

Nov. 4. Samuel Harris, of Leacock town-



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•hi, and Catharine Rudy, of Earl township,
Lancaster connty. Keceived £1. 3s. 6d.

Nov. 29. Henry Ha* man, of Bast Nant-
meal township, Chester county, and Eliza-
beth Warner, of Caernarvon township, Lan-
caster county.

1784.

Jan. 19 John 8hnler, of East Nantmeal
township, Chester connty, and 8nsanna
Speck, of Brecknock township, Lancaster
county, at the house of Mrs. Gnhn. Re-
ceived £l. 2s. Od.

Mar 13. Adam Bohm,of Brecknock town-
ship, Lancaster county, and Margaret Hos-
bar, of Cnmru township, Berks county. Re-
ceived £1. 2s. 6d.

May 13. John Bar, of Brecknock town-
ship, and Maria Bauman, of Cnmru town-
ship, Berks connty. Received £1. 2s. 6d.

June 4. John Oanter, of Lancaster, and
Maria Brnbacker, of Earl township, Lancas-
ter county. Received £1. 7s. Id.

June 8. John 8mith and Elisabeth Gind-
ich, of Caernarvon township, Lancaster
county; first time, 29th May in the Forest;
the second time May 30 at Pequea; third time
at marriage. Received 15s.

June 22. Michael Hoffman and Margaret
Gerich, of Robeson township, Berks county.
Received 15s.

Jnly 27. John Philip Muller and Eliza-
beth Eisenberger, both of Brecknock town-
ship, Lancaster connty; married at Mr. Mil-
ler's. Received 15s.

Aug. 16. George Eastern and Mary Steck-
elt, both of Caernarvon township, Lancaster
connty; first time Aug 8 at P«quea; second
time Aug. 15 at the Forest; third time Aug.
16, at Caernarvon, and married In church.
Received 15s.

Sept. 9. August Nieburg and Anna
Schweiter, both of Earl township, Lancaster
conpty; married in the chapel. Received 7s.
5d.

Dec. 9. Langhlin McNeel and Rebecca
McNeel, of Lancaster; by a license at Mr.
Schork's. Received 10s. lod.

Dec 30. James Evens and Anna Thortoo,
both of Robe*on township, Berks county;
married at Mr. Schork's. Received £1. 2s.
6d.

1785.

Feb. 8. Nicholas Northammer and Cath-

arin Zelle, both of Caernarvon township,

Lancaster connty; first time, February 6, at

Caernarvon; the second atd last time at



Nathan Evan's, and married. Received £].
2a 6d.

Mar. 8. Moses Wilson, of Salisbury town-
ship, Lancaster connty; and Mary Russell,
of West Nantmeal township, Cheater
connty. Receiv d £2. 5«.

Ang. 30 Nttban Ervin and Elisabeth Er-
vin, both of Ea*t Nantmeal township, Ches-
ter connty. Received 15a

Nov. 10. James Skain and Elisabeth
Ghejker, both of West Nantmeal township,
Chester county. Received 15a

Dec 20. John '.firvin, of West Nantmeal,
and Mary White, of East Nantmeal town-
ship, Chester county. Received 15s.

Dec. 23. Mathias Stanfer and Eva Steliss,
botn of Earl township, Lancaster connty.
Received 15s.

1786.

Jan. 3. Joseph Will amson, of Earl town-
ship, and Elisabeth Rotter, of Salisbury
township, Lancaster county. Received £1.
10s. Od.

Jan. 19. Jason Cloud and Liddy Peirsel,
both of West Nantmeal township, Cneeter
connty. Received 15s.

Jan. 23. William Bird,* of Union town-
ship, Berks county, and Mary Ross, of Lao-
caster: married at John Jones'. Received
£1. 17a 6d.

Jan. 31. Joseph Cunningham and Marga-
ret John, both of East Nantmeal township,
Chester connty. Received £1. 13s. 4d.

Feb. 7. Jonathan Jones, of Caernarvon
township, Berks connty, and Jane Good, of
Strasbarg township, Lancaster county; mar-
ried at Henry Weaver, jr's. Received £2.
5a Od.

Feb. 12. Joseph Warner and Mary Rose,
both of East Cain township, Cheater county.
Received 15s.

March 14. John and Elisabeth

Davie*, widow, both of Caernarvon, Lancas-
ter county. Received £2. 5s. Od.

March 14. Thomas Davies, of Manheim
township, and Margaret 8ulllvan, of Earl
township, Lancaster connty. Received £2.
5a Od.

April 9 Abraham Suppinger, of Earl, and
Barbara Schmidt, of Caernarvon township,
Lancaster connty.

May 4. Richard M. Head, of Amity, and
Charlotte Craig, widow, of Robeson town-
ship, Berks county. Married at Mr. John's.
Received £2. 5a Od.

May 9. George Frey and Elisabeth



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Hooker, both of Robeson township, Berks
county.

May 29. John Murphy and Mary Grover,
both of Salisbury township, Lancaster
coonty. Received 15s.

J one 6. John Gominger and Barbara
Kivin, both of Brecknock township, Berks
coonty. Received 15s.

J one 6. David Jones, of Caernarvon town-
ship, Berks coonty, and Sarah Austin, of
West Nantmeal to » nship, Chester coonty ;
married at Mr. Bees'. Received 10s.

Jone 7. Robert Hamilton and Margaret
Wilson, both of Ltasock township, Lancas-
ter coonty ; married by license in the morn-
ing. Received 15s.

July 4. William McColloogh and Jane
Gal It, both of Salisbury township, Lancas-
ter coonty ; married at Mr. Huston's. Re-
ceived £1 2s. 6d.

Aog. 1. John Wilson and Margaret Eak-
ert, of Leacock township, Lancaster coonty ;
married by license. Received 17s. 6d.

Aog. 17. James Coffry and Charlotte
Rotter, both of Leacock township, Lancaster
coonty; married at Mr. Huston's. Received
15s.

Aog. 29. Joseph Rotter and Margaret
Besohr, both of Leacock town«hlp, La icas-
ter connty ; married at John Boston's boose.
Received £1 10*. Od.

Oct 4. Nathaniel Marshall, of Caernar-
von, Berks coonty, and Hannah Clark, of
West Nantmeal township, Chester coonty ;
married at Mr. Hostoo's. Received 15s.

Oct. 15. James Corbet and Ann Patter-
son, ot Caernarvon township, Lancaster
coonty. Received £l 19s. 4d.
1795.

Dec 22. George Spahr and Sarah McKey,
both of Salisbory township, Lancaster coon-
ty. Received £2. 5s. 0J.

Dec. 31. John Mc<?o)lom and Mary Raock,
both of Earl township, Lancaster coonty.
Received 18s. 9d.

1796.

January 16. Henry Nagle and Elizabeth
Owens, both of Earl township, Lancaster
connty. Received £3. Is. 6d.

February 6. Samoel Reem and Sosan
Wanderlich, both of Honey brook township,
Chester county. Received £l. 2s. 6d.

April 12. Jacob Steiner and Susan Eich-
oltz, both of Caernarvon township, Lancaster
connty.

April 26. Jacob Bohm and Catharine



E*ke), both of Honeybrook township, Ches-
ter county.

April 26. Andrew Witman and Gertrude
Northamer, both of Caernarvon township,
Lancaster county. Received 1 5s.

Aug. 2. Abraham Kern, of Brecknock
township, and Barbara Stener.of Caernarvon
township, Lancaster connty; mairied at
Adam . Received £1. 2s. 6d.

Ang. 16. Michael 8eidenstricker and
Catharine Stuart, both of Caernarvon town-
ship, Lancaster county. Received £1. 10s.
Od.

Sept 22. Samuel Buchanon and Sarah
Pearsol, both of Honeybrook township,
Chester county.

Sept 28. Daniel Bechert and Rnth Hor-
both, both of Salisbury township, Lancaster
county.

Oct. 18. Owen White and Catharine Bue,
of Honeybrook township, Chester connty.

Dec 13. John and Rebecca

Klober, of Robeson township, Berks county.
£1. 10s. Od.

Dec 20. John Stuard and Elisabeth
, of Caernarvon township, Lan-
caster county; m. at Lewis Staard's boose
Received £1. 10s. Od.

1797.

Jan. 2. Enoch Rettew and Sophia Gens-
mer, both of Earl township, Lancaster
county; m. at John Huston's house. Re-
ceived 158.

Feb. 2. Thomas Dickey and Sarah Ellis,
both of Honeybrook township, Chester
county; married at John Huston's. Re-
ceived 15s.

Feb. 16. John Forbes and Sarah Cofey,
both of Brandy wine township, Chester
connty Received £1. 2s. 6d.

Feb. 22 Henry Coffroth and Christina
Bossel, of Earl township, Lancaster connty.
Received £1. 10s. Od.

Feb. 28. Isaac Gibson and Else Trago,
both of Honeybrook township, Chester
connty; married in the night. Received £2.
5s Od.

March 4. John Walker and Sylbe Adley,
both of Earl township, Lancaster county.
Received 10s.

March 14. John Stewart and Anne Louis,
both of East Nantmeal township, Chester
connty.

March 14. John Steel and Elisabeth
Stewaid, both of East Nantmeal township,
Chester county; married at John Steward's.
Received £2. 5s. Od.



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March 14. John Morgan, of Caernarvon
township, Lancaster county, and Margaret
Jones, of Caernarvon township, Berks
county. Married at Caleb Jones'. Received
£2 5s Od.

March 28. Adam Ran and Christina
Oilier; married at John Diller'a Received
£1. 2*. 6d.

April 2. John Weaver and Elisabeth
Spue, both of C ernarvon township, Lancas-
ter cou lty. Received £1. 10s. Od.

May 4. John Keimer, of Caernarvon
township. Berks county, and Hannah De-
Hann, of Caernarvon township, Lancaster
county. Received £1. 2s. 6d.

May 23. Henry Kiefer and Maria Drum,
both of Churchtown, Lancaster county. Re-
ceived £2. 5%. Od.

July 4. George Bigg, of Caernarvon
township, Berks county, and Aliana Kvans,
of Caernarvon township, Lancaster county.
Received £1. 10. Od.

July 11. Philip Witman and Susan Bee-
tain, both of Robeson township, Berks
county. Received 19a

July 13. Edward Mc'Jabe and Rebecca
Huson, both of Caernarvon township, Berts
county. Received £1 10s. 0.

Aug. 6 John Bahrd and Anna Dalpert,
both of Caernarvon township, Berks county.
Received £1 10s. Od.

Ang. 30. William Dyer and Rebecca Jon-
kins, both of Philadelphia; married at Jo-
seph Jenkins' in Mr. Hopkins' house. Re-
ceived £2 5a 0d.

Dec 11. Hiram Batten [Peter*] and Elisa-
beth Snoeder, both of Earl township, Lan-
caster county. Received £1 10s. Od.
1798.

Jan 13. Jacob Rhoad and Hanna Abend-
shea, both of Caernarvon township, Berks
connty. Received £1 2s. 6d.

Jan. 16. John Fehr and Maria Meyer, of
Caernarvon township, Lancaster connty.

Feb. 1. Dsvid Lancaster and Elenora Mur-
phey, both of Caernarvon township, Lancas-
ter county. Received 9a 4 £d

March 6. John Outhermuth and Bsrbara
Barth, both of Caernarvon township, Berks
connty. #

March 12. Joseph Jones and Catharine
Davis, both of Earl township, Lancaster
county. Received £1. 10s, Od.

March 15. George Miller and Elisabeth
Dickinson, both of Salisbury township, Lan-
caster county. Received £1. 10s. Od.

April 26. Charles Jacobs, of Salisbury



township, and Mary Murphy, of Caernarvon
township, Lancaster connty. Received £1.
2a 6d.

June 12. David Swygert and Magdalema
Zweyer, both of Churchtown* Lancaster
connty.

July 19. Elisha Ellis and Ann Hintou,
both of Honey brook township, Cheater
county.

Ang 2. Aaron White, of Brandy wine tewu-
ship, and Mary Dims, of West Cain town-
ship, Chester connty. Received £1. 10a,

Ang. 8. Josiah Wallace and Jane Wal-
lace, both of Esrl township, Lancaster
county; married at Mr. Huston's house.

Nov. 6. Daniel Buckwalter and Margaret
Landis, both of Salisbury township, Lancas-
ter count?. Received 15a

Nov. 27. George Hunter and Elisabeth
Harrington, both of Honeybrook township,
Chester connty. Received £1. 10*. Od.
1799.

Jan. 9. Philip Lessig, of Dooglaes town-
ship, Montgomery county, and Dorothea
Frishhoro, of West Nantraeal township,
Chester county. Received £1. 10s. Od

April 5. John Fisher and Sarah McCleee,
both of Caernarvon township, Berks connty;
married at Mr. McClees' House at Morgan-
town. Received £1. 10a Od.

April 26. Andrew Nixon and Rebecca
Elliot, both of West Cain township. Cheater
county ; married at my house Received 1 5a

June 25, Joseph Bowan and Catharine
Sherk, both of Churchtown, Caernarvon
township, Lancaster countv ; married at Mr.
Sherk 's house. Received £1. 10s. Od.



AN INDIAN NARRAT1YB.

[The following narrative was published at
New London, Connecticut, in 1767. The
only copy known is that in the Library of
Congress, whence this was transcribed. As
a portion of the history of pioneer times, and
especially on account of its rarity, we print
it in NoUi and Querim. None of the his-
torians of Wyoming Valley, to which it re
fers, had ever seen a copy. If tbej had, the
statements made by them concerning the
First Massacre there, would never have been
given as historic facts.

A BrlAf Nairn tlaa af the Captivity af laaae
Halllater, Waa Was T«k«a ay taa la-
alaa», Asm Daarial 1161, Wrlttaa »v
Hhaaelt.
On the 15th day of October, 1763, as I



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was at work with my father, on the banks of
ths 8usqnehannab, the Indians, to the num-
ber of 135, came npon us and killed my
father on the spot. My brother Timothy,
who was at work about half a mile distant,
underwent the same fate; as did likewise 14
or 15 others, who were at wcrk in different
places.

The Indians, after they had burnt and de?
stroyed all they could, marched off, and car-
ried me up the Snsquehannah river 150
miles, to a town called by them Wethou*
onngqne; and when we had arrived there
they tied me with a rope about my neck, and
an Indian was ordered to lead me, while
others beat me with their fists. This they
continued to do until I ran about a qaarter
of a mile. When I arrived at one of their
hots they tied me to one of the spars of the
hut, where I remained all that night. The
next day tbey let me loose, but would not
let me go out of their sight

Here I tarried about three months, in
which time I underwent many hardships, and
had like to have famished with hunger and
€>ld, having nothing to cover me but an old
coat and an old blanket,' which was almost
worn out. My employment was to fetch
wood every day upon my back half a mile,
which made me almost weary of my life. At
this place was brought a youog Dutchman,
who was taken at the same time and place
that I was, and when we had convenient op-
portunity we laid our heads together to con-
trive an escape; to this end we stole every-
thing we could without being discovered, and
hid it in the hollow of an old log.

It was about the latter end of March, as
near as I could judge (for it rained succes-
sively three or four days, which melted away
all the snow and broke np the river) when
we had got together about 40 ears of corn,
and six cakes of bread each, about the big-
ness of an hand. The Dutchman thought it
now time for ns to endeavor to make our es-
cape, but I was very averse to his proposal,
telling him that it would be better for us to
wait till the spring was farther advanced
and the weather grew a little more warm ;
that we might eodnre the severity of the
nights when we should have nothing bnt the
cold ground to rest our limbs on, and the
heavens to cover our almost uncovered
bodies; but he was so stiffly bent in his opin-
ion of going off the first opportunity that I
was obliged to c >me into his measures. The
oext day at noon we were sent after wood at



the usual place, when, instead of returning
back, we sat oat with a design to reach the
nearest English settlement we could. We ran
all the afternoon until evening, when we
made a stop aod built a fire, where we re-
trained during the night. Early next morn-
ing we set out again, but had not gone far
before the eld proved so severe that it froae
the ends of my toes, apd my mock sains
being being very thin and almost
worn out, my .toes wore off as fast
as they froze This so far disabled
me that it was with great difficulty I could
travel, yet we continued our way till about
noon, when unable to go any farther, we
stopped and made a fire, and after we had
warmed and refreshed ourselves we set out
again, and about sunset we arrived at a very
thick swamp in which we were securely cov-
ered by the prodigious thickness of the hem-
lock, with which the swamp abounded. We
made a large fire, and notwithstanding the
fatigues of our march, and the pain that
might be expected to arise from my toes be-
ing froze, and being, as we apprehended, out
of danger of any enemy, we rested very com-
fortably all night The next day very early
we got on .our way again ; bnt the weather
was so cold that we were unable to proceed
very far before we were obliged to make a
halt, and to boild a fire to keep us from
frees in g. We stayed in this place two days,
when the weather began to moderate to such
a degreee that we could pursue our rout with
less danger of being overcome with the se-
verity of the season. Sometimes we traveled
all day, at other times bnt two or three
hours in a day ; sometimes we stayed two or
three days in a plac3, although many times
we had tolerably good weather. This re-
missness began to make me uneasy. I used
all the argument I possibly could with my
companion to peisnade him to expedite our
escape, but all to no purpose. Sometimes
I got hold of his hand, with a view to force
him along, bnt nothing would move him.
It looks to me very probable, had we made
the best use of our shattered limbs, we
might have reached some English fort or set-
tlement before his death. In this dis ma-
condition I knew not what to do. Leave him
I conld not, for we had but one hatchet, and
the nights still pretty cold, so that we conld
not endure them without a fire. Thus we
moved on slowly for several days, until all
our provisions were spent By this time we
had arrived at a small creek which extends



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its coarse about southeast and empties itself
into the 8ntquehannah.

We hsd not gone far down this creek he-
fore we stopped, and boilt a tire and sat
down, but were soon surprised at the ap-
pearance of an Indian, who came very near
before we discovered each other. He no
sooner saw as than he turned short about
and ran down by the creek, and as soon as
he was out of sight we made all the haste
we could to a hill that lay a little before
us, on the south side of which the snow wss
all gone and the ground dry, by which means
we made our escape. The Indians soon
alarmed his companions who lay at a little
distance and pursued us, but the ground be-
ing so hard and dry it was impossible for
them to track us, which made them soon
give over pursuing. After tarrying on this
hill two days we proceeded on our way, but
had nothing to eat but the bark of trees, on
which alone we lived ten days without eating
anything else. The fourth day after
we left this hill we began to grow
weary and faint, but the fear of an
enemy bsnished all hunger from us.
We continued traveling until the seventh
day, when we stopped again, when my com-
panion, as I suppose, was overcome with
fasting (thu' he never complained) and be-
gan to be unable to help himself. 1 nursed
him as well as I could. The second day he
made an attempt to go to a spring at a small
distance, but was so week he fell down sev-
eral times before he could get there, and it
was with difficulty he got back again ; after
this he never was able to walk any more. I
know not whether he apprehended his end
to be so near, but the third night he died.
The afternoon before bis death he said but
few words, tho' I often tried to discourse
with him. In the evening he told me that
if I died first he would not have me afraid
to eat of his flesh, for I am determined,
says he, to eat of yours, if you should die
before me.

And now I was left sll alone, stript of
every comfort of life and knew not which
way to tnro myself. I thought the absolute
necessity I was in would excuse my pursu-
ing the ad\ ice he gave me of eating his flesh
as soon as dead. I went immediately about
performing the disagreeable operation, and
cut off 5 or 6 pounds of his legs and thighs
— I left the rest and made the best way I
could down the creek. I had not traveled
but four days before I arrived at an Indian



town, where I was soon discovered ; and, be-
ing taken up by them, they conveyed me to
one of their huts.

They demanded of me from whence I
came, and after I hsd answered their de-
mands they gave me some parched corn to
eat.

The next day all the Indians left their
habitations, and carried me directly back to
ihe place from whence I had made my escape.

My old masters being sn vexed at my leav-
ing them, that they were resolutely bent to
have me burnt, but a council being called
upon the occasion, they thought death too
severe a punishment, considering I was but
young, and concluded that I should not nave
attempted an escape, had not the Dutchman
enticed me away. Therefore they contented
themselves with ordering me to be whipt on
the naked body.

Accordingly, next day I a as brought forth,
stripped stark naked and ordered to run,
while the Indians, who were ranged in a row
at certain distance*, in a most crnel and bar-
barous manner, belaboured me with their
whips — by which they sometimes laid me
level with the ground by their blows. Thus
they continued to lash me until I had run
abont 40 rods, when I received a prodigious
blow from one of them which settled me to
the ground ss quick as if I had been shot
through the heart I was so stunned by the
blow that it seems I should never have re-
covered again, had not an old squaw run im-
mediately to my relief, and helped me into
her hnt By this time my whole body was
covered with gore and blood.

I tarried here after this abont 14 days, and
then they »ent me up to the Scnecas about
150 miles off. I lived here one year, in
which time I suffered almost insurmountable
hardships, being sometimes almost famished
to death with hunger, at other times greatly
suffering from the cold, and sometimes
nearly perishing wtih both. For the most
part of the time we had nothing bnt ground
nuts and herbs to subsist upon in the sum-
mer and red plums in the winter. Several
of the Indians actually starved to death.

From this place they carried me to Ala-
ganey, a branch of the River Ohio, and from
Alaganey down the river to the place where
it emptied itself into the Ohio. After stay-
ing here about a month, they carried me
down tbe Ohio three hnndred miles. Here I
found my Indian father and mother, and was
very kind'y received by them and all the



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other Indians They supplied me with a
good blanket and other neoeatarj cloathing,
and provisions in great plenty.

And cow the happj time began to draw
near, when I should be released, for after I
had been in thU piece three or fonr months,
to my great joy, an IodUn came from 8ir
William Johnson, with orders that all the
prisoners should be released.

And after they had stripped me of almost
everything I had about me, I was conducted
D 7 m 7 guide to Fort DnQuesne, where I wai
delivered up to the commanding officer, and
cloathing was ordered for me.

But baring undergone so many hardships
during my stay among the savages, I looked
like a mere skeleton. I remained here about
eleven months; at the end of which I was
sent to Philadelphia, where I tarried about
three months; from thence I went to New
London, where I arrived the 14th day of
April, 1767, to the great joy of my mother,
brothers and sisters; being abeent three years
and six months.

1 would take this opportunity to return my



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