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    pointment, at the Tuileries, with the Emperor. The Minister of Commerce, Rouher, has written an official letter to MM. Koeeblin, Ruet, and Duretat, manufacturers at Rouen, announcing the abolition -of duty on raw cotton, to commence on the tst of Subscribers-only content

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    FOREIGN AND COLONIAL NEWS. UNITED STATES. THEs SECESSION OF SOUTH CAROLINA from the American Unioc was completed on the 20th December, 1860, by an Ordenance assert. ing the right of the people to alter and abolish any form of Subscribers-only content

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    instructions to three municipal functionaries, to attend the funeral and see fair play. The correspondent adds: "At six o'clock Pastor Ruet and 200 of his Spanish Protestants carried the body in procession through the streets to the cemetery, accompanied by Subscribers-only content

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    between the heorO 0f12 Bd.~ It and 2c eloek, to liesero. PhIipI farrns nodl Co., Whiolesale Cherltt-9.U Goot -Bu-oenlleann. o7170 Ruet ~'N (eergetle) to Collect, Rledditell diotrlct, fecr wealthlest I, Y. fiendly society.-Apply, at onto-, 30, Paredo,; Bifnilog- 3,AN Wanted. Subscribers-only content

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    leay o a om-o plete as t be rady fr th layig of he pemanen way The Lists rus from Ruet o Vest-a mor remunerAt-v fiecio f YtSntTLY.-rt 0Moom3pde the local traffic of a large and fertile area, - As Subscribers-only content

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    Henry VIII, March 1528, 6-10, 01 March 1528-31 March 1528

    "Constantine, cades, et equ de marmore fact Et lapis erectus et magna palacia Rom . H c sua sunt signa. Ruet urbs cum pr sule digna. Funere detectus Petri successor abibit Et lapis erectus ad terram funditus ibit." Not signed,

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