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WILLIAM H. MALLORY,
who is a good, big, fat, hearty, and jovial friend. He reminds me in appearance of a hale, hearty picture I saw in a Northern city, of a German, with the inscription under it, "I takes mine ease in mine inn." His fatness, however, is not of the inn kind, but is as solid as a porter house steak. Mr. Mallory, like the other members from this county, is doing good service for us, and is making for himself a good record. He is the special favorite of the third ward (in which he lives,) of the city, and is president of the branch of the league which meets in that ward.

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New National Era, “New National Era clipping,” Mississippi State University Libraries, accessed May 21, 2024, https://msstate-exhibits.libraryhost.com/items/show/742.

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