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Alabama (Alabama, United States) (search for this): article 7
[from the Lynchburg Virginian.]the army warm. The Governor of Alabama is trying to extirpate this loathsome creature, by withdrawing the aliment upon which it is . We hope that he may be successful. This object sought to be attained is worthy any amount of effort, for the ravages of the "warm" may be traced in the blight and that are rapidly overspreading. What were Pharaohs plagues of labored of frogs, of lies, or ; of murrain or compared with those which now people? Even the destroying angel who the first-born of every household, was scarcely more terrible than the army warm which is now the of a may destroy more than did the minister of wrath, who touched at last the hardened heart of Pharaoh. Who does not that — although the good God who rules above as has How are they to , or at the which these article will be likely to command? Or, if they to to supply these, whose will be left of