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I really think they'll still have that same capacity because of their new approach is in concert with ours. They're still going to be doing some level of counter-terrorism but they're really going to step it up in the partnership and being able to build capacity in the countries which they partner with. So I think it's a win/win situation as this evolves. And -- but there are -- their focus is going to be still in the Sahel, from the Lake Chad region all the way extending to the Gulf of Guinea. So I do see them focusing there as well.

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Early in 1683 the first jury was impanelled for thetrial of one Pickering, with others as accessories, whowere convicted before the governor and council of counterfeitingthe Spanish silver money current in the colony.The sentence discovers the same spirit of mildness and107equity which at this day constitutes the praise and theefficacy of the criminal code of the State. He was to paya fine of 40 towards the building of a court-house,standing committed until payment, find securities for hisgood behavior, and make restitution in good silver tothe holders of his base coin, which, being first melted down,was to be restored to him.

The Philadelphia post-office reminds us very much ofthe Paris post-office (Hotel des Postes), which is situatedeast of the Palais Royal: it has a handsome front, but inits tout ensemble does not present to view much architecturalbeauty either in style or design. France, like England,237never considered the architecture of a country asbeing inseparable from its history: hence her public buildingspresent to view the combined peculiarities of thestyles and eras of the sixteen different orders which havemarked the progress of architecture since the building ofthe great temple of Samos.

25 The building occupied by the post-office originally belonged to thecorporation of the Middle Dutch Church, and was their place of worshipfrom the close of the seventeenth century until 1844. Up to thatperiod it was the oldest church-edifice remaining in the city. A greatpart of the wood-work of the steeple, completely wrought, was broughtfrom Holland. The building itself was of stone. During the Revolutionit was near the upper verge of the city, its location being uponNassau, Cedar, and Liberty Streets. When the British took possessionof the city in 1776, they used it as a barracks for the soldiers. Itwas afterwards converted into a hospital, and finally the pews wereremoved and it was made a riding-school. In 1790 it was repaired,and again devoted to the worship of God. It was purchased by theGeneral Government in 1861, for the purpose of a post-office, for$250,000. 041b061a72


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