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MITCHELL, John I., ex-Representative | STEPHENSON, Samuel M., ex-Repre

in Congress and Senator from Pennsyl- sentative in Congress from Michigan, vania, Judge Supreme Court of Penn- 76, Menominee, Mich., July 31. sylvania, 69. Wellsboro, Penn., Aug. 20.

STEVENS, Moses Tyler, ex-RepresentaMONTGOMERY, Very Rev. George, tive in Congress from Massachusetts, 82,

Roman Catholic Coadjutor Archbishop North Andover, Mass., March 25. of San Francisco, 60, San Francisco, STODDART, J. H., actor, 80, Sewaren, Jan. 10.

N. J., Dec. 9. MORGAN, John T., Brigadier General

SWAYNE, Charles, United States District C. S. A., United States Senator from Judge, Northern District of Florida, 65, Alabama, 83, Washington, D. C., June Philadelphia, July 5. 11.

THOMAS, Allen, Brigadier General, c. S. MURPHY, Francis, temperance lecturer, A., ex-Minister to Venezuela, 77, Wave71, Los Angeles, Cal., June 30.

land, Miss., Dec. 3. NEWELL, Stanford, ex-Minister to the TOWNSEND, William K., United States Netherlands, 77, St. Paul, April 7.

Circuit Judge, Second Federal Circuit, OUTHWAITE, Joseph H., ex-Representa

58, New Haven, Conn., June 1. tive in Congress from Ohio, 66, Co- WALKER, John G., Rear Admiral U. S. lumbus, Ohio, Dec. 9.

N.

(retired), ex-Panama Canal ComPALMER, Frank W., ex-Public Printer, missioner, 71, York Cliffs, Me., Sept. 15. ex-Representative in Congress from

WALKER, Joseph H., ex-Representative Iowa, 80, Washington, D. C., Dec. 3.

in Congress from Massachusetts, 77, PARLANGE, Charles, United States Dis- Worcester, April 3. trict Judge, Eastern District of Louisi

WILLCOX, Orlando B., Brigadier Genana, 56, New Orleans, Feb. 5.

eral U. S. A. (retired), Major General PATTON, John, ex-United States Senator

U. S. V., 84, Coburg. Ontario, May 10. from Michigan, 57, 'Grand Rapids, WILLIAMS, Most Rev. John J., Roman Mich., May 24,

Catholic Archbishop of Boston, 85, BosPERHAM, Sidney, ex-Governor of Maine, ton, Aug. 30. 88, Washington, D. C., April 9.

WINT, Theodore J., Brigadier General PETTUS, Edmund Winston, Brigadier U. S. A., 62, Philadelphia, March 21. General C. S. A., United States Senator

WOODWARD, Charles

Associate from Alabama, 86, Hot Springs, N. C.,

Justice Maine Supreme Court, 59, July 27.

Bangor, Me., June 17. PUGH, James B., ex-Senator from Ala-,

bama, ex-Representative in Confederate NOTABLE DEATHS ABROAD. Congress, 87, Washington, D. C.,

BAKER, Sir Benjamin, English engineer, March 9.

67, Pangbourne, Eng., May 19. RASIN, I. Freeman Baltimore political

BERGMANN. Ernst von, German surleader, 74, Baltimore, March 9.

geon, 71, Wiesbaden, Germany, March RIXEY, John F., Representative in Con- 25.

gress from Virginia, 53, Washington, D. C., Feb. 9.

BERTHELOT, P. E. M., French chemist

and statesman, 80, Paris, March 18. ROOKER, Rt. Rev. Frederick Z., Roman Catholic Bishop of Jaro, Philippine Isl

BLIND, Karl, German revolutionist and ands, 46, Jaro, P. I., Sept. 19.

political writer, 80, London, June 1. ROSS, Edmund G., ex-United States Sen- BURDETT-COUTTS, Baroness A. G., ator from Kansas, 81, Albuquerque, N. philanthropist, 92, London,

Dec. 30, M., May 8.

1906. RUGER, Thomas H., Major General U. CARDUCCI, Giosuè, Italian poet, winner

S. A. (retired), 74, Stamford, Conn., of Nobel prize, 71, Bologna, Italy, June 3.

Feb. 15. ST.

GAUDENS, Augustus, sculptor, 59, CASIMIR-PERRIER, Jean Paul Pierre, Cornish, N. H., Aug. 3.

French statesman, ex-President of

France, 59, Paris, March 1.
SLEMP, Campbell, Representative in
Congress from Virginia, 67, Big Stone

CHARTRAN, Theobald, French painter,

58, Paris, July 16. Gap, Va. Oct. 13. SMITH, Rev. Dr. A. Coke,

DRUMMOND. William H., Canadian phy

Methodist Episcopal Bishop (South), 57, Asheville,

sician and poet, 53, Cobalt, Ont., April 6. N. C., Dec. 27, 1906.

FISCHER, Ernest Kuno, German philoso

pher and educator, 83, SMITH,

Representative
George

Heidelberg, in

July 5.
Congress from Illinois, 61, Murphysboro,
Ill., Dec. 1.

FREDERICK, Grand Duke of Baden, 81, SOWDEN, William H., ex-Representative

Constance, Baden, Sept. 28. in Congress from Pennsylvania, 66, Al- GOSCHEN, Right Hon, George Joachim lentown, Penn., March 3.

(Viscount Goschen), British statesman, STANG, Rt. Rev. William, Roman Cath

76, Hawkhurst, England, Feb. 7. olic Bishop of Fall River, Rochester, GRAU, Maurice, operatic manager, 57, Minn., Feb. 2.

Paris, March 14.

W.,

GRIEG, Edvard Hagerup, Norwegian MUZAFFA-ED-DIN, Shah of Persia, 54,

composer, 64, Bergen, Norway, Sept. 4. Teheran, Jan. 8. HALL, Sir John, ex-Premier of New Zea- OSCAR II, King of Sweden, 78, Stock

land, 79, Wellington, New Zealand, holm, Dec. 8. June 25.

PENA, General Luis Saenz, ex-President HUGHES, Clovis, French poet, journalist of the Argentine Republic, 77, Buenos and Deputy, 56, Paris, June 11.

Ayres, Dec. 4. HUYSMANS, Joris Karl, French novelist, PERKIN, Sir William Henry, British 59, Paris, May 12.

chemist, discoverer of aniline colors, 69, JANSSEN, Pierre Jules Cæsar, French London, July 14. physicist and astronomer,

83, Paris, POBIEDONOSTSEFF, Constantine PetroFrance, Dec. 23.

vitch, Russian administrator, ex-ProJOACHIM, Joseph, violinist, , 76, Berlin,

curator General of the Holy Synod, 80, Aug. 15.

St. Petersburg, March 23. KELVIN,

Lord (William Thompson), | ROLOFF, Carlos, Cuban patriot and solBritish scientist, 83, Glasgow, Dec. 17.

dier, treasurer of Cuba, 64, Havana, MALOT, Victor Henri, French novelist,

May 18. 87, Paris, July 18.

RUSSELL, Sir William Howard, English MASO, Bartolome,

journalist, and war correspondent, 86, Cuban soldier and

London, Feb. 10. orator, vice-president first Cuban revolutionary republic, president

SARAFOFF, Boris, Bulgarian revolution

second revolutionary government, 73, Manza

ist, 37, Sofia, Bulgaria, Dec. 12. nillo, Cuba, June 14.

SULLY-PRUDHOMME, René Francois MASSON, David, Scottish editor, essayist

Armand, French poet and critic, 67, and historian, 85, Edinburgh, Oct. 7.

Chatenay, France, Sept. 7. MENDELEEFF, Dimitri, Russian chem

THEURIET, André, French novelist and ist, 73, St. Petersburg, Feb. 2.

academician, 74, Paris, April 23.

WATSON, Rev. John, D., Scotch MOISSAN, Henri, French chemist, win- clergyman and novelist, 56, Burlington,

ner of Nobel prize, 55, Paris, Feb. 20. Iowa, May 6.

D.

ADDENDA AND ERRATA.

Page 36-On December 17 John Q. Thompson, of Kansas, was confirmed by the Senate as an Assistant Attorney General.

Page 37-Rear Admiral Willard H. Brownson (retired), resigned on December 24 as Chief of the Bureau of Navigation, Navy Department, and was succeedel by Commander Cameron McR. Winslow.

Page 62—Christian Hauge, Envoy Extraordinary and Minister Plenipotentiary of Norway to the United States, died at Christiania, Norway, on December 19.

Pages 63–73—On December 21 these changes were made in the consular service: William H. Gale, consul at Porto Rico, to be consul at Malta, vice John H. Grout, nominated for promotion to be consul at Odessa. John H. Grout, consul at Malta, for promotion to be consul at Odessa, vice Thomas E. Heenan, promoted to be consul general at Newchwang. George B. Killmaster, consul at Port Rowan, for promotion to be consul at Newcastle, New South Wales, vice Frederic W. Goding, promoted to be consul at Montevideo. John N. McCunn, consul at Dunfermline, for promotion to be consul at Glasgow, vice Richard W. Austin, resigned. Maxwell Blake, consul at Funchal, for promotion to be consul at Dunfermline, vice John N. McCunn, nominated for promotion to be consul at Glasgow. Maxwell K. Moorhead, consul at Belgrade, for promotion to be consul at Acapulco, vice George W. Dickin' son, resigned.

Page 76—On December 17 Edward E. Wagner was appointed United States District Attorney for the district of South Dakota.

Page 77--On December 17 James M. Yeager was appointed United States Marshal for the Middle District of Pennsylvania, vice Charles B. Witmer, resigned.

Page 78—Stephen R. Mallory, United States Senator from Florida, died on December 23.

Page_79—In drawing for terms in the United States Senate on December 16 Thomas P. Gore, of Oklahoma, drew the term ending March 3, 1909, and Robert L. Owen, of Oklahoma, drew the term ending March 3, 1913.

Page 126—On December 12 Charles Fairbanks was appointed pension agent at Concord, N. H., to succeed Grovenor A. Curtice, deceased. On December 16 Frederick H. Magdeburg was appointed pension agent at Milwaukee, Wis., to succeed Edwin D. Coe, term expired.

Pages 176-177-In the table, "Vote for Congress in 1904 and 1906,” the vote in Colorado in 1906 should be: Republican, 102,426; Democratic, 76,792; scattering, 16,994, The scattering consisting of 12,668 Socialist and 4,326_Prohibition votes. In the footings on page 177, 361 votes should be added to the Republican total, 324 to the Democratic, 16,994 to the scattering and 37 to the Republican plurality.

Page 182—The District Attorney for the District of Porto Rico is J. R. F. Savage.

...283

of ...

38

Acts of Congress, 1906-'07...... .83-103 Military forces.....

44
Addenda and errata....
.379 State officials............

245
Adultery legislation, New York. .370 Carnegie Institution..

225
African Methodist Episcopal Bishops...211 Carnegie Teaching Foundation

226
Agricultural Department.....

37 Census, Federal: Populat'n of cities. 135–141
Agricultural statistics.......

.171 Population of states, etc., 1900..134, 135
Alabama: General information. .242-244 Population of states, 1800-1900..244, 245
Election tables.

294

Population of United States.....134, 135
Military forces...

44

Population of principal countries. 241, 242
State officials.

245
Sex, nativity, race, illiteracy

...134, 135
Alaska: General information. .242-244 Census, Interdecennial.

142
Territorial officials.....

.245
Census, New York State, 1905.

..376
Alcohol, denatured.
94 Chess

293
Algeciras Convention.
. 103-113 Chinese calendar

5
Ambassadors and Ministers of U. S..60-61 Christian Endeavor Society

.210
Ambassadors and Ministers to U. S.,

Chronological cycles..

6
61-63, 379 Chronological eras.

6
Angling

Churches: Officers and

organization
Apportionment:

205-212
Assembly Districts in New York. .373 Church days and feasts.

6, 7
Congress Districts in New Jersey.

.320

Circulation, Treasury statement. .144
Congress Districts in New York..371-373 Circulation of coin and paper. 145-146
Representation of states in Congress. 172 Cities of U. S. over 25,000.

135, 137
Senate Districts in New York.. ..373 Between 3,000 and 25,000. 137, 141
Appropriations by Congress, 1906-'08...119 Civil Service Commission.
Areas: Principal nations.

239, 240 Civil Service laws: Federal. .120, 121
States and territories..
.243, 244 Civil War statistics.

46
Arizona: General information......242-244 Coins and coinage: Coinage in United
Election tables..
339 States

148, 149
Military forces...
44 Coins of United States.

.150
Territorial officials.
.245 Values of foreign coins.

.233, 234
Arkansas: General information.. .242-244 Colorado: General information. 242, 244
Election tables..
294, 295 Election tables...

97
Military forces..........
44 Military forces..

44
State officials.
245 State officials.

.245
Army: Mexican, strength of.
.238 Colleges and universities.

.213-225
United States: Officers of.

.39-43 Commercial and financial statistics. .143-171
General staff of ....

38 Congregational officers, etc...... 209, 210
Legislation affecting, 1907......100-101 Congress, U. S.: Appropriations of
Losses in Civil War.

59th, second session.
Military Academy..

45 Laws of 59th, second session......83–103
Military divisions and commanders, Representatives and Delegates in
38, 39 60th

.80-83
Nationalized militia.
44-45 Salaries increased.

...100
Pay table..
47 Senators in 60th.

.78-80
Soldiers' homes. ......... 43, 44, 46 Treaties ratified 59th, second session.
Strength of..
88

103-119
Troops in wars, U. S.

46 Vote for, 1904 and 1906......176, 177, 379
War college.
38 Conjunctions of planets.

13
Assembly of New Jersey.

..320, 321

Connecticut: General information.. 242-244
Assembly of New York: Members..353-355 Election tables..

298
Vote for..
.345 349 Military forces..

44
Astronomical calculations.
..3-15 State officials..

245
Athletics

284-286

Constitution of United States... .28-34
Automobile racing records.
290, 291 Consular service.

.63–74, 379
Bank notes outstanding.

.145 Rules regulating appointments.... 73, 74
Banks: National, condition of......146, 147 Copyright

.132
Savings

.148

Corporation contributions in politics. 99, 100
State banks, trust companies, etc. 147, 148 Cricket

291
Bankruptcy: Frederal act.

.129, 130
Cuba

235, 236
Baptist officers and organizations. . 208, 209 Currency: Kinds in circulation. 144, 145, 150
Baseball

.274, 278
Legislation, 1907.

92
Bicycling

National bank note.

.145
Billiards
.292, 293 Paper outstanding.

.145
Boiling temperatures..

10
Per capita......

..146
Bonds, U. S., on deposit in Treasury... 145 Deaths of 1907.

377-379
Budget, New York City, 1907-'08.. 267-269 Debt: U. S. debt statement. .143, 144
British reciprocity agreement.

.118

Debts of principal nations. .240, 241
Cabinet, the....

35 Delaware: General information.... 242-244
Cabinet chiefs, 1789–1908.
178-181 Election tables.

.298
Cabinet salaries increased.

100
Military forces.

44
Calendar
16-27 State officials..

.246
Calendar, Chinese..

5 Democratic national platform and can-
Calendar, Jewish.

6 didates, 1904. .

192-196
Calendar, Mahometan.

6 Democratic Party: National organiza-
California: General information. .242-244
Election tables......

. 201, 202
295-297 State committee chairmen....

46

..119

..293

tion

...204
.9, 10

.226

.239, 240

Departments, executive, U. S.: Agri- German reciprocity agreement. . 116-118
culture
37 Gold: Production of U. S.

149, 150
Commerce and Labor.
.37, 38 World's production of.

.149
Interior
37 Coins of U. S..

.. 150
Justice

.36, 379
Coins of foreign nations.

233, 234
The Navy
37 Coinage of U. s..

148, 149
Postoffice

.36, 37
Golf

.281, 282
State
35 Government, U. S.

35-188
Treasury

.35, 36
Government Printing Omce.

38
War
.36 Grand Army of the Republic.

228
Diplomatic service, U. S.

60, 61
Guam

..186
Diplomats accredited to U. S.. .61-63, 379 Hawaii: General information. .242-244
Distances at sea level.
10 Election returns..

339
District attorneys, U. S. .76, 77, 379 Military forces...

44
Divorce laws.
254, 255 Territorial officials.

.246
Dominican treaty

.113, 114
Hockey

285
Eclipses

Holidays, legal.

256, 257
Education: Carnegie Institution.
225 Horizon at sea level..

10
Carnegie Teaching Foundation. .226 Horse racing.

286-290
Colleges and universities.

213-225 House of Representatives, U. S., LXth
General Education Board.

Congress

.80-83
Peabody Education Fund.

.225

Idaho: General information. 242-244
Rhodes Oxford scholarships.

.226
Election tables.

300, 301
Embassies and legations, U. S.

44
60, 61 Military forces...
Foreign, in U. S..
.61-63

.246

State officials..
Ember days...

6

Illinois: General information. 242-244
Elections: Elections in states. 293-349

Election tables..

.301-303
Elections in New York State. .340-349

Military forces.

44
Elections in N. Y. City, 1905....269, 270

State officials.

246
Elections in N. Y. City, 1907...272, 273

Immigration statistics.

170-171
Election of Representatives, 1904

.83-91
Immigration legislation, 1907.

and
1906

153-160
. 176, 177, 379

Imports and exports, U. S..
Election of U. S. Senators, 1907...258-260

Of principal nations.
Electoral College

172-176
Indebtedness of states.

.255, 256
Representation in..

.242-244
172

Indiana: General information.
Votes for President, 1789-1905.

Election tables.

303, 304
.173

44
English Derby winners.

.288
Military forces..

.246
Episcopal bishops, Methodist.

State officials.

. 206, 207
Episcopal sees and bishops, Protes-

Industries and products, U. S.; census
tant

of 1900....

162, 163
205, 206
Episcopal sees and bishops,

182-186
Insular dependencies.

Roman
Catholic

Ir. terest laws...

252
Equalization of taxes.

Internal revenue statistics.

.151, 152
Eras

38
6

Interstate Commerce Commission.
Errata and addenda.
.379

.242-244

Iowa: General information.
Executive departments.
.35-38

.304-306

Election tables..
Executive officers,

44
U. S.

..35-38

Military forces.
Executive officers, U. S., 1789-1908.178–181

State officials.

.247
Expatriation legislation.

Isthmian Canal Zone.

186-188
93, 94
Expenditures, U. s., 1906-'07.

Jamestown exposition.

.102
.162

6
Expenditures, U. S., 1870-1907..161, 162

Jewish calendar.
Expenditures, principal nations. .242-244

Judiciary and courts of U. S.

75-77
Exports and imports, U. S....

Justices U. S. Supreme Court..75, 181, 182
..153-160

Kansas:
Of principal nations..

General information. .242-244

239, 240
Failures in United States.

Election tables.

.306, 307
.260
Financial and commercial statistics. 143-171

Military forces..

44
Fixed stars, distances from earth.

State officials.

.247
10
Florida: General information..

Kentucky: General information.. 242-244

242-244
Election tables...

Election tables..

.307-309
298, 299
Military forces.

44
Military forces..

44
State officials.

..247
State officials.

.246
Football

Kings County: Officials.

..272
.278, 279

Vote in 1907..
Foreign: Area, population, trade, debt,

272, 273
Labor laws, U. S.

130, 131
revenues, etc., principal nations. 239-242 Lawn tennis...

.279, 281
Cuba

235, 236
Legal holidays..

256, 257
Embassies and legations in U. S...61-63
Heads of nations..

Loan and trust companies.

147, 148
233

Legislation: Federal, 1906–07. .83-103
Mexico
237, 238 For New York State..

.276-287
Panama

238 Louisiana: General information. .242-244
Value of coins.

233, 234
Election tables...

.309
Foreign carrying trade, U. S.

..157
Military forces..

44
Foreign trade of U. S.

153-160
State officials..

.247
Freezing and fusing temperatures. 10

Lutheran Church..

.210
General Education Board..

226
Mahometan calendar.

6
General staff, U. S. army.

38

Maine: General information. .242-244
Georgia: General information. .242-244 Election tables..

.309, 310
Election tables..

299, 300
Military forces.

44
Military forces..

44
State officials..

.247
State officials.

Marine Corps: Principal officers. 51

..212
..376

....246

..150

Marriage and divorce laws.

253-255 New Hampshire: General informa-
Marriage license legislation, N. Y.. .370

tion

242-244
Marshals of the U. S..
77, 379 Election tables.

.319
Maryland: General information. 242-244 Military forces.

44
Election tables
.310-311 State officials.

...249
Military forces.

44 New Jersey: General information..242-244
State officials.
.247 Congress districts.

320
Massachusetts: General information. 242-244 Election tables..

319-321
Election tables..
.311 Legislature of 1908.

.320, 321
Military forces..
44 Military forces..

44
State officials.
247 State officials..

.249
Mayors of New York.

.266 New Mexico: General information..242-244
Methodist Episcopal bishops.. 206, 207, 211

Election tables...

339
Mexico
237, 238 Military forces.

44
Michigan: General information....242-244 Territorial officials..

249
Election tables.

.312, 313 New York: General information..
Military forces.

44

242-244, 350-376
State officials..
248 Adultery legislation.

.370
Military Academy, West Point.
45 Assemblymen, 1908.

353-355
Militia: The nationalized..
.44, 45 Census of, 1905.

376
Mineral products, United States...166, 167 Assembly districts.

.373
Minnesota: General information..242, 244 Congress districts..

371-373
Election tables..
.313, 314 County clerks..

.375, 376
Military forces..
44 Equalization of taxes.

..376
State officials.
.248 Governors of..

373, 374
Mississippi: General information...242–244 Judiciary

..351-353
Election tables.
.314, 315 Legislation, 1907.

.355-370
Military forces.

44 Legislature, members of, 1908...353-355
State officials.
.248 Marriage license legislation..

370
Missouri: General information. 242-244 Military forces.

.44, 374
Election tables..
315, 316 National Guard.

.44, 374
Military forces.
44 Naval forces..

.374
State officials.
248 Osteopathy legislation.

.357, 358
Moon: Meridian passages of.
15 Officials

.351
Place in Zodiac.
12 Political committees.

374, 375
Money: Circulation statement.

144 Public Utilities legislation. .358-370
Coinage in United States mints. . 148, 149 Senators for 1907-'08.

353
Condition of national banks.. ..146, 147 Senate districts.

290
Kinds in circulation...

Sheriffs

.373
National bank note circulation.

..145
Taxes

.375, 376
Paper currency outstanding.

..145
Vote: Assembly, 1907.

.345-349
Resources and liabilities of state

Congressmen, 1906.

.343
banks, trust companies, etc...147, 148 Governor, 1906 (by counties) .341
Savings banks statistics..

..148 President, 1904 (by counties). .340
Stocks of foreign countries. 240-242 Senators, 1906..

.344, 345
Values of foreign coins..
233, 234 Judges Court of Appeals, 1907.

.342
Montana: General information. 242-244 State since 1894.

1.349
Election tables....

.317 Supreme Court Justices, 1907. .349
Military forces.
44 | New York City..

261-273
State officials.

.248
Aldermen, 1908-'09.

.270, 271
Months of the year.

.16-27 Borough Presidents. 271, 272, 273
National banks, condition of. 146, 147 Budget for 1907-08.

267, 269
Bank note circulation.

..145
Charter, revised..

261-266
National government.
.25-188 Kings County officials.

272
National parties, conventions, candi-

Mayors of

.266
dates, etc., 1904...
.189-204 New York County officials.

.272
Naturalization laws..

127, 128
Officials

271, 272
Naval Academy, United States..... .57, 58 Vote of 1905.

269, 270
Appointments to...
.57, 58 Vote of 1907.

.272, 273
Navy, U. S., increase of, 1907-'08..95, 96 Nobel Peace Prize foundation.
Marine corps...

..97, 98
51

North Carolina: General information.
Militia
59

242-244
Naval Academy
.57, 58 Election tables..

321, 322
Pay table.

..56, 57
Military forces.

45
Pay and retirements, legislation afc. State officials.

..249
fecting

.101, 102 North Dakota: General information. 242-244
Principal officers of.
48-51 Election tables.

322, 323
Stations and commands.

48
Military forces.

45
Strength of...
48 State officials.

.249
Vessels of..
.52-56 Officers: Army, U. S.

38-43
Nebraska: General information.. 242-244 Civil and departmental..

35-38
Election tables.
317, 318 Diplomatic and consular.

60-74
Military forces

Judicial

.75–77
State officials.
.248 Marine corps...

81
Nevada: General information. 242-244 Navy

.48-51
Election tables.
.318, 319 Revenue cutter service.

.58, 69
Military forces.

44 Officers, state governments. 245, 252
State officials.
.248, 249 Ohio: General information.

242-244
Newfoundland Fisheries: Modus vi-

Election tables.

323, 324
vendi

..118, 119
Military forces.

48

44

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