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[At Louisville, in Kentucky]

The Illustrated London News, vol. 42, no. 1199, p. 427.

April 18, 1863

At Louisville, in Kentucky, there is an annual tobacco show, at which prizes are given for the best specimen of manufacturing-leaf, shipping-leaf, cutting-leaf, cigar-leaf, &c., and one of the prizes this year was a coffee and tea set of plated silver ware for the lady in whose name is entered the best hogshead of leaf tobacco.

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