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[100] pictures of his children. Of the tress he would say nothing; but he gave the lock to Johnson, as a brave man; “a brave man like myself — a brave man like myself,” he added more than once; begging the under-sheriff to preserve it with the care of a gentleman till he asked for it again. Then he lay down on his pallet, fainting from loss of blood.

Adon Leiva was avenged.

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