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Greenville (South Carolina, United States) (search for this): article 8
The East Tennessee Convention has re-assembled at Greenville. The State has voted by a tremendous majority to join the Southern Confederacy. "How long did Adam remain in Paradise before he sinned?" asked an amiable spouse of her husband. "Till he got a wife!" was the crusty reply of the "brute." Charles Lamb once said to a brother whistplayer who had a hand more clever than clean, and who had enough in him to afford the joke, "M--, if dirt were trumps, what a hand you would hold!" A German, being required to give a receipt in full, after much mental effort produced the following! "fresh full. I wants no more money.--John Swaekhammer."
Charles Lamb (search for this): article 8
The East Tennessee Convention has re-assembled at Greenville. The State has voted by a tremendous majority to join the Southern Confederacy. "How long did Adam remain in Paradise before he sinned?" asked an amiable spouse of her husband. "Till he got a wife!" was the crusty reply of the "brute." Charles Lamb once said to a brother whistplayer who had a hand more clever than clean, and who had enough in him to afford the joke, "M--, if dirt were trumps, what a hand you would hold!" A German, being required to give a receipt in full, after much mental effort produced the following! "fresh full. I wants no more money.--John Swaekhammer."
John Swaekhammer (search for this): article 8
The East Tennessee Convention has re-assembled at Greenville. The State has voted by a tremendous majority to join the Southern Confederacy. "How long did Adam remain in Paradise before he sinned?" asked an amiable spouse of her husband. "Till he got a wife!" was the crusty reply of the "brute." Charles Lamb once said to a brother whistplayer who had a hand more clever than clean, and who had enough in him to afford the joke, "M--, if dirt were trumps, what a hand you would hold!" A German, being required to give a receipt in full, after much mental effort produced the following! "fresh full. I wants no more money.--John Swaekhammer."
The East Tennessee Convention has re-assembled at Greenville. The State has voted by a tremendous majority to join the Southern Confederacy. "How long did Adam remain in Paradise before he sinned?" asked an amiable spouse of her husband. "Till he got a wife!" was the crusty reply of the "brute." Charles Lamb once said to a brother whistplayer who had a hand more clever than clean, and who had enough in him to afford the joke, "M--, if dirt were trumps, what a hand you would hold!" A German, being required to give a receipt in full, after much mental effort produced the following! "fresh full. I wants no more money.--John Swaekhammer."