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An Actor's Story. [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, ... — 5 July 1884

An Actor's Story. ' .During the run of;a pantomime, there iv engaged, at a small theate in a small ton i.A the north,e a very oldharlequin. Ho had beer in the harlequiii.busin'smore years than can remember. Ican rec0lle"t his name api leairzig-on thd Ldndditlilis ll few years agog but somehow younger and more agile' ment have ousted him out of his metropolitan posi4 tion, and recently he has been compelled toc waste his sweetness on the (comparatively)7 deserti otheprovinces What leaps h? could?k- n .hf`'youngilays, to be sure I have seen him go through a window as' swiftly as an arrow flies from a bow. But he must be fifty years old now, and anybodyE will tell you-that af-that age a man's jump-. ing days are almpst over. He had engaged to open last Boxing Day at the Theatre ,Royal; tironboroiih,; `aiid ':Ohristmas E3 ; found him duly at e rhea'sal. He was arrapng ing the height of his jumps, when the prop prietor came upon him suddenly. " Now look here, Mr. --," said the pro prieto...

Publication Title: Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale,
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
BLUE RIBBON AT PORT-ARLINGTON. [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, ... — 5 July 1884

BLUE 'RIBBON AT PORT . ... rr I f 'Ameeting was-lied in the'{Tempier :ance liaoll-o'Tursday evening, July 3rd, 1'88.' Rev.JoMin ,el in the; chair. Thle Rev Mr Bell, Presbyterian Minister' "of .South. Melbourne, addressed -the' ,mneeting wlicfH?'?..a .very^ge one." * ;TheRivereiidgeritlenii deiiiltliiniavery exhpaustfive manner. with:,the subject, iurging on Ins audience to abstaintotally fromrrall intoxicating driniks ;s an eJ ,iiimpe np'oly topgrpwn u y !people; i; b for' tLe ibenefit:oft children, a, by tbat' imeauss tlie rising generation wvoudid grow upa generation of total abstainers. Tle entlemidaii was listened to very attentiv*'4 'I, A;d~ vote of thanks proposed liy Br bletnd seconded by Bro ,Cant, .was' received by aclamation A nuniber: ;of Hymns from Sankeysp collection ivere ,rndeire dniing thB iven~ing. :"^ i.

Publication Title: Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale,
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
A Letter from an Australian Servant Girl to Mary Ann in London. [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, ... — 5 July 1884

A Letter from an;Australian Servant , Girlh to Mary AnnIn, L'ondon:" " W: h ..Whi hithit comIes'opi', fMiry HannU I ' s:, A ow ,you'~re:well a?A?arty,• o, .0 hemigrate ' rcif you can, . , n . bring r some ther party ' ,,.This ere is quite a.paradise, We.. Ie live like fitu cockses, n turtle-soup, and cream and hice Andalla?s ,elwet fiockses. . * I" hoften think of those :ere slums, .._. And 'orrid bread anid butter.!; : :'I°- ises scenit but still there comes ,? A -whiff from-that.there gutter. rIt comes:acRoss thd oshun wav ., An4: Arid: finds me stuffin' peaches,? M.? :. . ,Andtthoughl knows 'ow to be'ave, . , hact6hually reeches r I eats.blaicmonger lievery d'ay.. S .HasI'turkey stuffed with truffles On Snday, whein I go a drive, iy'seIf in fiigs:I.rinds:"`ct ;,e: ,.L.-,-s. If' ca~ne?toist'rt a scarrid . i thiik iymaster will pro pose $ And arsk my 'and in marridge ;,,O;why remainma gutter kid? - , :,. a?',,..;Come out, somehlow, to .ere. :.:Thed:trcats we,!as--ryou never did; Yo...

Publication Title: Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale,
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
The Mysterious Slip of Paper. [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, ... — 5 July 1884

E ,The je, ystprious+ Slp? ofPaper. ?sarie ;ltfer aii s !appren.tloe itaa chem ist, where I learned many chemical mys teries; finally I became a law student ;, and it was my knowledge of chemistry-a science qV?hiph? ,am ?assionatlytelyfond--that gave I was seated in my office one forenoon, indii? "i certai gloom tlo?oghts, when the door opened and a middle-aged man in humble garb came in, and I recognized him at the first glance as an industrious and honest machinist named William Campbell, a former neighbor of my late father's., He was flurried and nervous, and., saw-at once that there was somethingwroiongg i - t `Goqod morning, Mr. .Camp ll,"' said I. ow' did you happen to find th office of a poor young lawyer like me ?" . By accident," he said. "I am in trouble, andif I. ddor't. get ouit of itjflfam ruined. All the savings of my life *ill'ie gone un less.I can find some lawyer smart enough to Owldefeat the rascality of a certain nman, and I '.was intending to call on the first la...

Publication Title: Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale,
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
PORTARLINGTON FOOTBALL. TO THE EDITOR [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, ... — 5 July 1884

PORTARL1NGTON FOOTBALL. 'TO THE EDITOR SS8ir,;aram rather surprised to learn that tlihe :Potarlington Football Clubl h¢*ifqised to accept the challenge, to play thenm: a friendly game of Football on the~grounc's. that We do not play a geptleipny or friendly gatue. I 'think th"a shoild have public contiadiction, as it is an insult to every member of the Club, Petty quarrells occur at all Foot 1ball Matches, but I am sure everyone *who has .iitnessed our matebes wvill ':llow that the Queenscliff players have always done their utmost to play a gentle-: many game, and never yet left the field dith an i)1 feieling towards- their: oppo= Apologising for t esprssing on your valuable pace, :: pai" lay.

Publication Title: Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale,
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
As It Will Be. A NEW COMEDY. SCENE—A BUTCHER'S SHOP. [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, ... — 5 July 1884

n As It, WillIIB e. ANEW COMEDY ~ SScEE-A BUTCHE S, SHOP, i Butcher ý(to: Assistanb),: ,. That leg:,of mutton is for Mr. Jas. Service.; ;and that sirloin of beef is.for-Graham Berry. They will give yiihfid ih'eque on delivery." Assistant :":` Yes, ,sir; and. this loin of Butcher :: 'Well, John', think the Acting Governor will have -it. He's called twice, and says hcdri?'t-, afford it4,'but I know he' wantsit,.?,!? ,, .. :,' ne , b (Enter-a Collins street broker.) Broker : " Good-morning, Mr. Smith; I've ihad igood'day, and I want a :little sgrprise for my wife. , j Butcher: " Yes, sir. "!Chop, steak, or kid Broker Well, 4 think a steak. Any dis count for.cash?" " Bultche'i "Fe Welli io, sir: Upon miny :word, we have to py-isuch prices there ain't no margi. .m Will youf take it with y6u, sif ?" ".Broker:N ;d,'yy diuisend it:':.:: Butcher : "Right; sir: Johni ; call:two: poc licemen to accompany'you to Mr. Putoncallo's withthissteak " . SIBrk'?r:'' Two policIlemen !" Butcher : "Yes;'`...

Publication Title: Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale,
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, ... — 5 July 1884

Any, descr ip ion of"G6"nrfal "Prim I ýing Agte rrrs-lasecl wt ;'+,.,"Quick Des atch, nd;if IM~oderate Pi ateOfceo ;. n N paper. I I f .! !.. B li Ii efrc ff:4 I:.tn1.1 aý .j ° `IV a the Advertising Department every effort is made to s i mer cio foa .tin al .. .e t for ý9 . ."f g+,bdet emns u

Publication Title: Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale,
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The bad and worthless [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, ... — 5 July 1884

? . afte a ant worthless : are nevef imitated or counterfeited. This islespecially trunie of a family medicine, and it is positive proof that the remnedy imitated is Aofthe highest value. As soon as it had been tested;and proved by the whole world that Hop'Bitters was the purest, best and most valuable family medicine on earth, many imitations sprung up and began to steal the notices in which the press and the people of the country had expressed the merits of H. B., and in every way trying to induce suffer ing invalids to use their stuff instead, expecting to make money on the credit and good name of H B. Many others started nostrums put up in similar style to H. B., with variously devised names in which the word "Hop" or "Hops" were used in a way to induce people, to believe they were the same as Hop Bitters. All such pretended remedies or cures, no matter whit their style or name is, and especially those with the word "Hop" or "Hops" in their name or in any way connected with them...

Publication Title: Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale,
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Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
House-Hunting: a Moving Tale. [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, ... — 5 July 1884

IHOuse-Hunting :[a Moving Tale. i o'w, 'George in looking for a house Be sure you bear in mind To see it's free from rat and mouse, And all thing of that kind. ! e itmcen qopeo , `reEoleet,? 'ust be as'gbodas neir, ... ,.i As well as every flue. '}The jo' n n bOlt an ? s and things, And try each bell, and see-it nrings, , *And ntoeithe'Bedrioods' height, .: The taxes must not-be too great, lhe neighbors must be nice, And see about the water rate,,;, !, Andraslthe butche?r price. The garden-must-be welllaid out, : I?And;Afi~id, a good hallIlamp, ;And ?try'eacb cock-"ad'tap' and spout, WI And'keeia n eye.for damp.; 'The House must?qu it e fpfreeIom ig Ifn Aind.re askaboa.trepairs, ,. And'measui+the, back ing-room, +..+,Andfcl9n't?forget the stairs Look well at ceilingsland:at floors, And tap the window-panes, - Examine allthe, gates agld doors, ,lPW;Aide about the drains;: And o ymu F id sl at all vWh el thiwe'llsbee bout . i saiit ' l

Publication Title: Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale,
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The Dear Creatures. [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, ... — 5 July 1884

:.::'The'-Dear Creatures. About the .happiest, day in the life of a young lady is the day upon which she re ;ceivesan; ngagenent1 ring., Shewill hold her hand up and' look at the iig ftom all points and. diiiri it,;andaassure Adolphus he is just tooa'fu1nnice for giving it to her. And she always wears it that day, no matter what happens. If the ring is too large for her she will ram bits of wood under it, just as the boy puts branches of trees and other things under his skate traps to keep his skates on. And, after she gets it fixed to suit her, she starts out to call on her friends. yal know, befo&ep she .arrives that she ýIhM ceiv d a'rig,iand are on the qui vive. it ritiell her itis'very pretty. or else p;tiheylpreiid:n6ot to notice it at all, in either .of-whichncases she is delighted beyond de tdription. ,Becauie' if they complimient her she thinks they'are affecting an indifference to her g6.odliucl,.and that they will tear her to pieces after her departure.:: And if t...

Publication Title: Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale,
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Agricultural, &c. SMOKING VINES. [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, ... — 5 July 1884

SMOKING VINES. .»,(lSmoking,' continuedMr. Pellet, saery good thing inlaneighbourhood wi'oe thereta'a several yieyards andT all thi owners act inm con cert. Thore is verylittle use in smokidugf'iolated 'ineya irds~ 'iliitlie St. Helena district tparties commencesmoking say. at Lodi,Station. From that place nolrtiward for sever?i?illes' vineyards j'i ohe)in'ther lndeverybody smokes atithe same time. The valley there is quite narrow and fills With '~ih'ole'qulekly.;1Thesminoke rises fiotti eity:to thii·y 'tet:and then; falls ;tothe ground, forming a thick.cloudwhich)tthe, rays of the;suhncainot'penetrate. ptil tle atmosphere is warmed. You don't prevent frostfrom touching theovinesp:but!nerely. prevent the rays of the sun from striking the young shioots at once." We build our fires of t he windward side--or' onth'e side from uaii'ih'tr"i? ft, uallysothat thd s8ike blb*sif6j m the idtithwest to the south east. ,It frequently occurs that all the.smoke I make"dri??f ovfs ' v he'vineyaf d...

Publication Title: Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale,
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Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Our Agicultural Department. [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, ... — 5 July 1884

Our Agieultural Department. We igrf'thrf o'crayfiili n thcdhop, The oys'ktr2bUliri 'Ullgaily weed, rThejcurrant jellytreewe'll flUo , And save the maccaroniseedd. --The beet-root sugar.we will get _" By tapping of the red gum tree, Horse chesnuts in the spring we'll set, They in the autumn colts will be. We'll prune the climbing turnip vine, We'll dig the luscious mealy pear, The oyster, shall with peas entwine, And botih iall mingling blossom there. The No thotd e goat i? woolshallshed, The bantam-cow shallfeed oa hay, :" We'll.milk the ducks al thoroughbred. That steal the hezisthe`Sooster la

Publication Title: Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale,
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
INCREASING BEES BY DIVISION. [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, ... — 5 July 1884

INCREASING BEES BY DIVISION. Rev. 0. Ci?te, ti i auth? of ~the little book entitled "The 1Bles1ed ;Bee," ,gives the follow ing concise iettdo'adt form:ng new colonies of bees by division"'Ifff; ' aiyn'any cause, a colony of bees be deprived of its queen at a time when 'ihe'r'airei{ti tliehive w'orlbiregds,. or `yor er liir? riot more than three daysiold, the beeswill 'at once proceed "to rear, queens ifrom these; eggs 'or: larvme.'rTo slo this, itheyienlarge?the cells around a-few::eggs, or larve,,say from five to twelve, and feed, the yopung bee onitlie ?oyal jelly; then, instead of gro~ying into a' :worker bee, it grows iito W p?rfect female, or 'ueen:bee. Eight days from the egg.thiis yopng;queen is sealed up *in the cell to undergo the final transformation. ft remainssnailed Tn·''the cell"hboiiut' eiglif'days, and then comes out a'fill-grown queen, perfect in all itsiparts:. But it has not yet met the drone or. male bee; it is not yet 'fertilied. ' If the weather is warm and 'pl...

Publication Title: Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale,
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Werry Nice Boots. [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, ... — 5 July 1884

Werry,,Nicel Boots. Once Lord John. Russell called a cab in the evening tobtai' hiinnifromthe',ouse of Com mons to Cheshamlace. , To the c'abman he gaieaS coin; but>whien,.,Tvith proper care, he balanced:his ;accounts that nigatl'ýfhPnd 19s. short. .eiygigl tly??~ncluded that he had given his driver .a sovereign for a shil ling.:Oa. thedollowing .day..he asked the waterman in Palace Yard wheth&' he re membered;,the, cabman,., The, cabman was found. Lord John. reminded him' of what. had occurred;r .The cabman kn~w all about it' and' acknowledged- his ; racality.. Lord John sdggoestd the iinimdiate return othe money. " Can't be done, your lord i," says th~i~f abiiianf,1Nginning '' Can' I why not 7" rejoins the-immortal' Whig. " Why, 'inyi6lrd I"tthioulit. a great ::nobleman like oi'i"of:coIurse',meaib, to: gie.-m,thes money as compensation for the lionor of driving you; so, as my boots was worryold, Iwent and bought a pair-.and there;,they are," pointing to his ,:omewhat sh...

Publication Title: Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale,
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, ... — 5 July 1884

munielpal B OROUGH OF QUEEN80LIFFE; An OPEN COURT forthe revision of tlh :Burgess: List for the crrent- year, will i?.t held- at the Council Chambers-. on Mondai the 14th July instant, at 12 o'clock noon. E, CUZENS, Mayor, 5th July, 1884. Churek Services, T. ANDREW'S . CRURCH. The.. Rev.r D. B. BALLANTYNE, of Brighton,: will preach in the Presbyterian Church ~a.?the morning and evening of Sabbath first.' Collections will be made 'on behalf of Home Missions. Tenders . > : TENDERS are invited for ,the levelling of the piece of land belonging to the Queensliff ,Gas Company to 3 feet of the. lowest level. Further particiulars may be obtained from Mr G. F. lBaillieu.' '. F. DIXON, Secretary. Amusements ORESTERS': HALL, Queenscliff. :A Grand Concert Will be held on THURSDAY NEXT, the 10th July.: ::One of the best programmes of the season will be'presented. . ' ''Miss CHRISTIE FULLER. Miss HENRIETTA RIDLEY, : Assisted by Mri NAYLOR and a host of the' best amateur talet, hiive klindly pr...

Publication Title: Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale,
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NEW POSTAL ACT. [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, ... — 5 July 1884

.-"'.^ NEW OST.AL, AOT'. ... The f6lowimg is the cmpleiscah Sciarges as pririted l tlie :act whiche i ciame into force on theJ, t January SLETTERS ' ' Inland for every ounce' or.'- : fraction of an ounce. . Foteign, to New South W 6le,. : i 'South Australia, 'Western ' -: : .Australia; QteenslandTas- " .. •' inania New Zealanil, or'. " .:. ji, for every one ounce or. :,1 j r; fraction of an ounce ., d. Other foreign, for every half ounce or fraction of half ounce ,, ' .. .. ,

Publication Title: Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale,
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The Sentinel. SATURDAY, 5TH JULY, 1884. [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, ... — 5 July 1884

SATURDAY, 5TH JULY, l1884' \ OUR ,readers '';ill ' bepleased, to" .hei' that 'on' Tuesday: last, : Mr Dixon- ,,the secretary,; acco6ianined_,' b Mr'iUrer engineer, "paid'i ns. a .visit, to allot. thle 4iaces, fgr th works: The land-; ; ihased" by the company is ;at the foot,~?o Lermornthstreet, and the woigrl wi lie:. ereeted" and 'nmanager sa cottage built on that si? l lenders are' invite.! foir uildiiig the tan;k:,i The'gas holder ilnei. and all neeesarý plant ha, e. pirchasedil :i;i England. and: will-- be sentiout?nby steamer. (:Mr, S. Hlutrie pected to arrive from England .next month, and he i ,quite ?san?ae upon getting 'tli work ;'co0mplete~ aw~i ?lh' borough lit up. ,in colitracttina,,; vins, next Decermhr: We"are iiiforied this it is' the :intention-: of rthe 'secretary t~. aslk ,the-.Bor';ugh Councile.to; appl, tt o 'get'this made aiport of entry,:in order that. the .material ,and tcoal may,,ble lanided here' insteid'iof beingcnmipelled to send them from, felbourne. Thi?,...

Publication Title: Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale,
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, ... — 5 July 1884

T , OILET SERVICES. Large assortment of . NEW PATTERNS. Just Received. n O1"t CHINA i :M p "'; - . e VWAREHOTISE S ole Agent for the '~ Nw lnnd?ilson !S!.: eW .com·ra e to t.j:d pt~e, I' ,.Y7. .*s .. s -i_ _._!.h ie.l _-"-_. -'iiJ 3'.l'. t f 'v ,t I..1;r hirt :1 ;; dfo. 1 yt/jj:1 "' itd P E-1 !i >';.? &1f ,. ý '",Uli t{ .ýl I.i'';hi' ' n cul'dl .1u ?Itq ''!+ Y7 :':'P - r.'ýt·l~niFAu i~i,ý, GI ýEB, ýf, .. i 'ittA3 tttW AND WINE Ai)bSPIRIT, .MEBCHA HUBlSE ANi I rIIO:DB9O STRtETTS, ~ n " i ,Qeensclil. $-eA~~t''the purchases ihis week4 willibe; " " of- :i i ";; · ZMedium"Flanneln. WhitelMid; Qji~ey'Ca(isj iBsack Sateene, Blacek'Muslins mnid "Yxcforia Lawns, Lustre;, 'Cashmere, Wiueys, Velveteens and Satins, Fingering WoOa and Haberdashery of all descriptions. BtQys, Rufljings, and Kid Gloves Women's ssdGitr's Hosiery in :all the best wninter colours, _!1 Menl Hosiery, Shirts, Collars, Scarves1 --,Ad READY. M4UE CLATHING, French 1:t ..1 ; !-······ , ·".., .'i ··i r"l1': ?li t'...

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The Wabash Bandit. A TRUE RECORD OF CRIME. [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, ... — 5 July 1884

The' Wiabah Ba?dBiit. S.:-? TRiiirricoIDoF'0vIME:. " ( , '!TheBrilliant)Bandit of the Wabash," as Frank Rande loved to call himlelf,lies low in the prison hospital in Joliet, III.,r.with two or three big welts across the skull, a bullet-hole in his ear, and another in his side. This notorious desperado and tramp-terror, who killed nine men- in- being captured and 'was sent up to the Joliet Prison for life, pn the afternoon of March 1 made a inurderous assanlt; of Deputy Warden John McDonald, cdr'uhing iishsktill with a heavy iron used;as a stove-pokeri, andi wa in :turn shot and wounded?iby, the.officers, who came to the ?deputy's rescue. ' . A" lthiuig?~idesperately' hurt, there are fears thjat'Rande will recbver:b IHe has been shot 'throtgh and throuphzbefore this,,but has al. .waystmanaged. to rally, :so as to be a littlq tougher than he. wagýbefore, if possible6. He is probably 'the mist desperate nihi' with whom the authorities of Indiana, Illinois; and 'Missburi have everlihad...

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THE PICTURE. CHAPTER I. [Newspaper Article] — Queenscliff Sentinel, Drysdale, ... — 5 July 1884

CS PTER TI I am now seventy, and learning something every day; especially my ignorance. B-ut fifty-two years ago I knew everything, or nearly-I had finished my education. I knew a little~reek and Latint a very little ver nacular;-,a little mat~hematis,' arid'a"tlll war: could march. a thousand men into a field, and even out of it agai'--on'paper. S I left'Paris,-and went -home- tom-rest-onmy. oars. Months rolled on. I still rested on my oars-rested on them so industriously that at last my mother, a very superior woman, took affright at my assiduous inactivity, and bundled me out of the boat. She hadan uncle who, loved her, andin. deed'haid retred'her ~ a' 'child: 'She 'wro'ej to him, concealing neither .her maternal pride nor her' itk'aeriir Aiixi'eties. He re plied, " Send 'tli bboy h'e"be and if 'he is anything like you, he shall be my son and succesuor,i! f, He was a notary,!and hd.a goqd business. . In idue courie th diligence 'landed' me far from'hoine, ofi stowh in Provence". ...

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