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"Nov.28th.--My horse fell with me at Roaring Megs (a claim to be understood, not a lady), and I could not get him to rise. After poking him with sharp sticks for some time in vain, I bethought me of lighting a fire beneath the beast: this roused him, and I lifted up my heart in prayer,--Isaiah xix. 22."东京热笹冈三咲在线播放新快三代理