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- n. clothing in general
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Neither Al nor Measure felt like mentioning that they was left pretty near naked by this time, considering that the only wearing apparel left on them was the thong around their neck; it just didn't seem like a good time to complain.
For twenty years this belief was generally accepted-twen - ty years in which the bedding and furniture of sick rooms were burned, baggage and wearing apparel of people traveling from a yellow fe - ver zone destroyed or disinfected, houses sometimes burnt to the ground, millions of dollars worth of property destroyed-all to kill the germs thought to be lurking in fomites.
Hence the cabinet-ware, the shoes, and even the wearing apparel of the people of the south, are furnished by the cities of the north; and I am much mistaken if your anti-slavery associations will not have to encounter a fierce opposition from the cabinet-makers of Philadelphia, Boston, &c., as well as from the shoemakers of Lynn, *