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To the Editor. [Newspaper Article] — The Cornwall Chronicle — 26 March 1836

Co % Ebitor. '?'tables. ? ' ''u ™ not l-u«Ueo by any ^AitZCffg1^ -*««. - Sun. ?Ait), n ^^^^^^'^'SH' as.a valuable lesson, and svprecedent for them to act upon to their Australia* Colonies, Bit remark. cannot be unacceptable to either Tyjg or Tory:— . Uotuct mum the Smccsi or W. Pitt, Eam. or Cjuthui, in no Bsmaa Pabluiowt, Jairukt, 177S. . .- , jgnw|lgiiight^»o(trl«M««t*ol«»»« forfot or ^£&&F'H&**' to *«P '» -HiatP .Why, **ataU the worV»taew before, tkat the ?&*, c«^ irritate* tr^peated &jud,s,«4«ripped of their taborarigltsaad dearest privilega, lSve^re, anted, mnd entered into aoodatiast for the prasena tion of their common Ubertlel! ' 1'urul«F!!«'f- H«d the early situation of the people of Boston been attended to, things would not htve come to this. But the infant complaints «f Boston were ¥lm»ll iltii In i 1 l!l ? it._ _? ? *_t ' ? .^. «m««uu«i«.v Htwoi we ate cspncioMK sftiD^LU qr cbild, who, it was said, did not 'know whether it was aggr...

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SHIP NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Cornwall Chronicle — 2 April 1836

»HIP #Jaj£ N£W8. Vj.tca S3_Ariived the schooner ADEUm, U OcAud, fraa fort Phillip in ballast. M*acn £9— Arrived the cutter JURY Ante, jltskiilh, front Southern Australia. JUncH 29— Arrived the cutter Caudomu, Srmens, from Pert Phillip. March 29— Sailed the schooner Adelaide, for fort Phillip, with £00 sheep. Marcs' 29 —Sailed -tip schooner Eutebpbiik, Hunter, for Tort PhBVip. 'Passengers— Mr. George . Hollings, William Holmes, George Slater, John Kelly, Joseph Moore. Cargo, tricks, timber, fur niturc, and (tores. H08ABT TOWM SHIP NEW!. March SO ? Arrived the barque EcYrrnannt, tit ton's. Captain Johnson, from the Cape of Good Hope, 28th January, with a cargo of wine, fruit, 4c .? Ana 1-Arrived the Arnrv, 149 tons, from the tpenn -fishery, after a successful cruize. Tie VaotittiBi, is announced to sail for JUun cestoh on' Sunday.

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Post Office. [Newspaper Article] — The Cornwall Chronicle — 2 April 1836

Sout ffiffitt,. j A Mail to England per Crumbkr, Captain Mac- ' Idoiinell.j's eipected to close on the 7th of April. j A M»il to. Eaglapd per PnqrECTOR,is eipected to 1 dose on the 9th of April. A Mill, perCALBDotiu., for King George's Sound and India, will close on Monday noon. j Duel — A meeting took place this morning, be tween Lieutenant Baiter, of tlie SOtb Regiment, anJ a too of Captain flTood, of tie Snake Banks, wnich terminated without injury to either party, after »n eichange of shots, Dr. Secorob, and Grant, woir jn MneBoaoce. ' , ; Tlie Comnuaden or vessels, now in harbour, pfercrraitt charge at. the Police Office, tliiiroor/ilDg, against some of the outlaw cbnitables, who were found on board their vends, under suspicious cir cumiUnces, a few nights since— the charge it to be catered into on Monday. ir the writer upon the (object or the bottle of laudanum, and the marriage, will swear to an ftfti.UvJt, stating the whole particulars before a AUgiltrate, and forward it to ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cornwall Chronicle — 2 April 1836

SALES BY AUCTION. Public Mot ice. MR. G. HAMILTON, IN notifying to Uiu public hii intention or ducontinuing bis Reiia.il Store, (in lending in future lo confine uinuelf to hie Auctioneer's .Butinens) beg* ifftte to return Insjiincere timnk* for the exten ?ive patronage beitowpti upon him, and ukea thii opportunity of informing them that he ? , . WILL DISPOSE OF By Publie Auction , ON TUESDAY, THE Bth APRIL NEXT, 1 ' AMD roLLOWIKO C»Y6, THE WEOIA OF HIS STnCK-TN.TRJnE. CATAI.OGUBS Iriereof may be obtained at hit Auction Mart. Charle* Street, Lannceiton, : March Ifi,' !836. Monthly Sale. MR. RICHARD WHITE, AHNOUNCEI, THAT HIS IHD1L MANTHLY SALE of Live and Deadstock, vfilCtalte place kt hh Penn, at the rear of ' the l.atinceiinn Hotel, on Friday, the 15ih innant, to commence at 1 ? 'clock precisely. I'artirulars of STOCK will be «i«n !o * future B'lfertiiement. ' I April 2, 1836. I To be Sold by Public AuclioA BY WR. R. WHITE, At bit Auction Mort,and Comniuim Botmt, Biitbane Street - ...

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Phases of the Moon. Full Moon.—2nd April, 57 mts. past 7 morning. [Newspaper Article] — The Cornwall Chronicle — 2 April 1836

Senses of tlje iHoon Full Moon,-and April, £7 rats, past 7 morning.

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Launceston Retail Price Current. [Compiled for the Cornwall Chronicle.] Colonial Produce. Imported Goods. [Newspaper Article] — The Cornwall Chronicle — 2 April 1836

HflunttUton detail 33vice Cutttirt, , [CumitiUd for the Cornwall Chronlele,\ i Colonial Pmituct. Inforttt ?C-*i4. .????? ? Ut.4. *«?* ftltixrlilid. .8 0 0 JUei»r-lo«. 0 It « Milnrtm, 3 0 (1 HniwnHualdn. 0 IS « elr*r iier iili.l. « 0 ? Coffee |«r Hi (.bag) « « '« l(r«ic\(4li, lo.r) « 1 1 Cheese prrlb 0 J o Hikeilil i«r i-ws. i Jo 0 Ham. per do 0 10 Viitlcilir.il. i-trlb« j 3 Bull per Ian 4 0 0 Hum. peril.. « c I) i.nl vWe»uB«r tt 0 » Ba«-m iwrili 0 I 3 IS.J.du.|ierlu.b-e« it - IU-,1 |,J. II,' « 0 T l-Ulo |.ei ID 0 ? » llull.'iuuj'.ls ' 0 0 6 Biil'i |-w 1b {lo»fj 0 0 * P.irigpMill ???0 « Iluill -JiU- paid) 0 13 o Vrnl liei:»to 0 Q 18 UltliJ W liiUlil 0 4 0 Cli.jo.l.u- |.er Ib 0 t 0 HlaiKlf duly p-M a M 4 .ftlirwil'l III 0)0 Oillll III kluid 0 S 0 t».irtl,s ( ? ,,M-) e | 0 tiin -luly paid n IB o Illtlu -dl|.«) 0 I S IHtlil III l-ond u 4 0 BBC- pei«l«MH ? * 0 T«a |wrclir,l 8 0 «? «--?? pilm.lu'1 0 - «S Oawtwvlb t- * o O.irnimil ii.!,' Ib 0 0 0 TWiuceo -lo.(bcind)o 0 lo H»t'|«-rli.n 7 11...

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To our Subscribers and Friends. [Newspaper Article] — The Cornwall Chronicle — 2 April 1836

Co one Su6«rnbtr- fliiD dTvitnTji. It is seccitsr)', only, «c feel assured, to ttstc ta our Subscribers, that, upon the tcrminutinu of the Quarter, we expect, and will vcrj- thankfully receive the amount of their several small accounts due. Did we possess private means to satisfy the demands against us, without trusting to the profits (which, in reality, are hardly worth the uamc of profits) of our business, no one would trouble themselves lcsj..*jjout money' matters than we ahould j but, upon us rests the curse that the Creator of mankind bestowed upon our foolish predecessor, Adam — ' In the sweit or ,thjt | eaovv aiu.LT tiiou kit dread.' Truly, indeed, is the threat vcriDed in us ; we do cat thejiread . gained by our unremitting toil : yet, we desire to be satisfied ; and to render us so, and to make us perfectly happy, is, to know that our toil is not unprofitable cither to ourselves, or to the public.

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To the Editor. [Newspaper Article] — The Cornwall Chronicle — 2 April 1836

€o tjjt lEDitor. Sir, — The continuation of the high price of Vflicat (nth here and at Sydney, appear to nettle the Editor of the Tarmskijin, whilst it tends to strengthen the prevailing opinion, Unit it will gncaUy advance in value. It is an established fact, that the craps in New South Wales arc almost a total failure, whilst in this Colony, they arc lamentably deficient in quality as well as in quantity; theearth,thcn, having failed to yield bee annual supply in these Colonies, which {especially New South Wales) are rapidly increas ing in population, and the Government being about to purchase some eighty thousand bushels of )ylieat, time will soon discover to the Editor of the Tabmi. KIAK, that Ill's IIUNPKEDS OF THOUSANDS OF BUSHELS OF v imil'.BEYOKl) THE veak's cokkum ptioh, may be put into anut shell ; and I cannot help thinking,such a faUc assertion has been put, to answer some pri vate ends, or to induce the Farmer to sell his lyhcat to the Government, under its real worth. ...

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High Water at Launceston. [Newspaper Article] — The Cornwall Chronicle — 2 April 1836

fetal) BSattr at 3Uunc«ftoii. - H. H. B. M. Sunday .... X BO ( Wednesday . , , . 5 45 Monday.... 3 }5 Thursday ? i 80 Tuosduy ? 8 0 I Friday ? £ 15 Saturday „,,.„., 6 0 W«. Hbdsov, Harbour Master.

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Corn Market. [Newspaper Article] — The Cornwall Chronicle — 2 April 1836

Corn jHariut. Tie. Market continues steady— at 10s. per bushel for Wheat — 6s. Barley — and £s. fid to 6s., Oats. Fine flour SOi. ; seconds 23s. p:r 1W) lbs. There is no variation id the price of wheat since our liut— it still continues at from &. to 9s. per buf hel. Same of the crops an the liunccrton tide, uad elsewhere, it is feurcd, will tuflci from the con tiuusd rain, andeevcral patches are green, and will not ripen.— Coudiek. Oats are in great demand, at from £s. Cd.'to 7s. 6d. per bushel. Some of the farms in the higher parts of t!ie interior, that will scarce)} glow wheat, bid becoming yearly mare cultivated with this graiu, noiv so much in request, from the increased cumber of horses. On one fai m, tint we know, nearly KO bushels per acre Lave been roped ? lmu. Barley is also in demand fur tlic brewers, at from 6s. to Gs. 61. per bushel, liay L7 7s. to IS per tun, straw L3 to LS 3s. per do., firewood 8s. Cd. to 11s. Cd: pur da. The Port Arthur coals continue cheap,...

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From the Gazette. [Newspaper Article] — The Cornwall Chronicle — 2 April 1836

BiBftSlBBBSlllSl^SBMBHBSiaii^S^BaHBliSBSSlISl^BBBW jjffom rtjt 6a|tUt. Tickets of Leave ? liave been granted 10 the fol lowing Convicts, viz : — William Alton, Elizabeth ; James Allen, Qilmore; Richard lilackstone, General -Hewitt, & Elizabeth Henrietta; Titus Brown, Mcdway ; John Burgess, alias Longman, Marmion ; Charles Briggs, Gilnwre ; Thomas Chalkcy, Marmion ; Hurlock Crockford, Eliza ; Jamas Carter, Roslyn Castle ; Thomas Jldrfnoljk, . 4 ... Gilmorcj James Dumville, ditto ; Richard Ea|lv Marinion ; Thomas FarraU, StratUicldsay ; Ben- ,- jainin Moss, Marmion; John Mills, Cilnirae; William rarkes, Maria; John Stanncy, Eliza- , bcth ; Gerard Vcrnon.Elizabeth ; Richard Vincc, ' alias Stacker, Asia; David Vcnson, Gilmorc; Thomas Wadc,Maimion, Joseph Woodcock, Gil morc ; Benjamin Windlc,ditto ; William Briscoc, Eliza ; Thomas Eutwistlc, Kurry ; Richard Jay, . Lord Lynjoch; David Carr Money, Cilmnrr ; George Waring. Sum ; James Wilson, Gilinorf; Sarah Drisooll, Mary ; Mary Ho...

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The Post Office. [Newspaper Article] — The Cornwall Chronicle — 2 April 1836

I* ,. , ? ! ? ' fP^c ?o«t -©ffi«. UnderstandinE that the Pomuanut-qiNBHii. & daily expected to -visit Launceston, we think it be comes oiir duty to imuie the following observations, which,weta»gi«e,wm«iotl)e undeserringiikMiotice. Kit unpleuuit to us, to recur so frequently to the ^immagemaitrf tin Iauneestosi Post;pfflce de putraent ; tat, we shall continue to represent it, so longasaneceBtycxuttforit. In areoent writing, OT endeavoured to shew the inconvenience the public was subjected to, 'for the want ofa sufficient number of Messengers, to deliver the Hails in the -jtan, and for the two-penny and three-penny de limits. Since then, it Lascome to out knowledge, tint the Postmaster, after prefering a charge »t the Police Office against one or the most active Messengers, for neglect of duty (which was jtiamuit hat thought proper to discharge him ?together. How far the Deputy Postmaster is justified, in taking upon himself die dismissal of Messenger*, appointed by the Postma...

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From the Colonial Papers. [BENT'S NEWS.] [Newspaper Article] — The Cornwall Chronicle — 2 April 1836

dProm ti)t Colonial $apttt, {Bent's Kews.J Goverxjtevt Contracts. — The tenders for the supply or Irish salt pork for the Commissariat, were accepted on Tuesday last, et seven-i-ence per Hi. ! The quantity required, could not, however, be sup plied by many hundred barrels, without accepting several tenders of supplies daily expected from Eng land, which Were also taken at the saiuc,1iricc, being at the mlc of th 10s. 8d, ucr liarrel. We licar no tenders for beef were accepted ; but another for 1^,600 lbs,, or 78 barrels or pork, Vas advprtiscd in yesterday's Gazette. ? The LoNDdN Times ? Since this venal and corrupt Journal has deserted its Whig principles, it has fallen off in its circulation jf 701.000 ! ncr aunum— a tolerable gond proof that Tory principles are not relished by the people in England. The MonviNC Cnnovicl.E, the leading Wliig Journal 1 England, has increased its circulation 440,000 per annum; -and the WnifKVY Despatch, the most radical of all the London papers, bus...

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Atrocious Murder. [Newspaper Article] — The Cornwall Chronicle — 2 April 1836

Atrocious Murder. We received the following by this afternoon's Post :— A most horrid and atrocious murder was this day committed on the body of Mr. Henry Richardson, a young man who keeps Sir. Hamilton's store, at Ross. He was found about five o'clock in the afternoon, lying behind the counter in the shop, quite dead. He appears to have been struck on the right side of the head with a heavy instrument, and one of his pockets torn out, and his trousers torn down the side. A small sum of money has been   missed :— no trace or the murderer has yet been   found — CORRESPONDENT—Ross, April 1.    

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To the Editor. [Newspaper Article] — The Cornwall Chronicle — 2 April 1836

To the Editor. Sir , — On the 23rd day of March, passing through the Township of Ross, in company with Mrs. Ann Muggaridge, Mr. Thomas Pettit, and the wife of Mr. Pettit, and Mr. John Porter, a man of the name of Muggaridge rushed from a fence, and seized the reins of my mare, and stopped the gig I was riding in, with eight or nine more men—seized hold of my mare ; Muggaridge then came to the back of the gig, caught hold of the woman, and said she was his wife, and would have her out ; the same man offered to strike me several times, and actually put me in fear of my life ; a number of people collected ; I called for assistance — a constable named " RED- DIMG" was bye, but would not interfere. Mr. Porter being in another gig called to the man and said, " do you know what you are doing by stopping this man on the highway? he immediately let go ; on turning my mare a second man and a third again seized the mare by the reins, but I flogged them off, and than proceeded on my journey to ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cornwall Chronicle — 2 April 1836

» *v*aGHT_a^ PASSAGE . FOR LONDON DIRECT, -tQ&ol THE fast failing barque ; Amk x norvax, JMJflffli. Robson Coltish, Cummanoer, ^3S9w having her dead weight on boiraTw'll meet wtthquick despatch. . For Freight of Wool only, or passage, apply to the Commander on board, or to UENRY BEED. March IP. 1830. ? FOR LONDON DIRECT, _=rsl T HE well-known,, ursi-clais jfflK.- yROTECTOR, 23H*jI§S ©. BRaoc, Commander, now nearly loaded, iias room for a tew bales of wool -jnly. For Fright, apply to the Captain on board, or to HEWITT, GORE, & Co. AotvTB. St. John Street, March fl. ? For London iiirect, TO FOLLOW THE ' fBOTECTOR,' jflL 'JiR E fine first clan Brig yWfj. * JBlJflS ABETH TAY Ie0RSOlV»i W?: ''-84iniOB-i,. Com mander. ? - ' ? Tilts vessel Into ibe wfcole of her dead weight engaged; and will be despatched quickly. For Freight or Passage, apply to the Captain' on board, or to ' HEWI1T, GORE 4' Co., AOEHTS. Si. John ctreet, 8 li March. FOR LONDON, _5-» T a Efinc, brat-ciats.b...

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THE CORNWALL CHRONICLE. LAUNCESTON V. D. LAND, SATURDAY, APRIL 2, 1886. [Newspaper Article] — The Cornwall Chronicle — 2 April 1836

cornwall'*chronicle. Z.AUNCEST0K V. D. LANP, SATU&DAV, APRIL 9, 1686. To record the progress of the Governor, in hh northern travels, hns become so common in the Courier, whose loyalty cannot be doubtud, that we feel it necessary to preserve our* from suspicion, to adopt a similar proceeding ; in order, therefore, to perform our dcti', we furnish our Readers with those particulars of the last vitit of liis Excellency, worthy of i:otice— trustinc thai if we luck nnv of ' lilbcrlr with danecr is lo oe ? picferred Co alive iy wilh seturUy. . -, - ? Shumt.' A- Hie ibiomit make id irk ill Ike tUff Irlnprat, At loud, and ?- l» a, maiiy lunei : lial-, tioak,. (llouhliu, I Ililnk.) Dew up, and liad lbcir luces 8»n l.nile.lHii dav they liad bciu lo.l. Bucli joy I never snw btfure ' ' Sukuratu. the custonuiry ibrnis of official respect, we will Ik pardoned ; our ignorance in such matters, rendering the performance of them very awkward to us. 1 His Excellency's visit of business, to hi...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cornwall Chronicle — 2 April 1836

0 ?*- .'; ' ,.-? WtfPORTAWT SAT.E. rm iSale orM*jHA*qwoN1«.STOCK, which combiemwi on TUESDAY, the 6lh,4pri|, „,! continues jWy,!! comprises the following SUPERIOR GOODS,* in lot*. , . *: 46 tot* *!»'? lined jackets ig Po. Ditto sleevodwairtcoati . i 1 g Do. ^ri jackets ? ?? - , , '' '« Do. 1 Moleskin. -fMstiwi, mil velveteen ':, ...??coatees, .; .; -Mi. ? ???' - SB Do. Ditto do.. . .&-. jackets. ? 81 Do. .Cord trpwsori - . ? ? 88 Do, Striped ihirts, in isa, ..-.:? . ' 6 Do. -SV«ti»n;a*Itet» . .. ... , ' 11 'Do. SwansdowB waistcoats '?? 19 Do; Furtian trowsere . ia Do. Flushing trowsers ? ? ; H Dp, . Superfine ditto ,, . ? ' i.Do. Fancy, -ditto . ... '' IS Dp. Plush waiicoats . .-. : 67 'po. Fancy ditto . 16 Do. Pieces superfine clothi £ Do. Pieces plain ? ditto- . * 52 Do. Cassinett .... 4 Pp., i furtian . ,. .? ..-. .-. , ' IB Do. Dress and1 surtouteoetl V 7 Do. Gentlemen'* camlet --loalu * ' 7 Do. Ditto ? ? ' -dressing gowns ? . . U UPM-M^e/J^1'** ??????!? IB Do. Puck froc...

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To the Editor. [Newspaper Article] — The Cornwall Chronicle — 9 April 1836

Co ti)t ictitor. Sin, ? I sol well mvarc, that much hat been said and written. ugBinst -he4ir«cut system, of liming the very worst of characters chosen from among the prisoner population, to act as constables in the Po lice of this Colony, and witnessing oe I have done, the frauds, tlie drunkenness, and vile misdeeds of these men,' I concluded that the Government could not possibly hare been acquainted with tlic real characters of those whom they had placed in situations. Jilting only fond especially in u Colony like this) for iucu of uicd honesty and integrity ; i I had drawn these conclusions in favor of the Au thorities, until the following occurrence look place, which shows to me now, and without the slightest doubt, loo, that it is the study of the Government, to place the woist of characters, the very dregs of each Penal settlement, in authority over us, to in sult us at pleasure, to rob us when opportunity af fords, and lo draw down upon the coiiiniuuily of this Island, a dcg...

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Launceston Retail Price Current. [Compiled for the Cornwall Chronicle.] [Newspaper Article] — The Cornwall Chronicle — 9 April 1836

iUunctftoii Hctail Sritc Cmitnt, [Compiled far the Cornwiitt Chroniele,] Colonial Produce. Imported Coodt. L. i. d. L t.d ? Itpcrlihd. 8 0 0 Aleperdnz. 0 13 11 3mk)trrtiin « 0 0 tlrnwii smut do. « It « Bixi |-ei hlid. « ,« 0 UuUef iier Ib (bae) O 0 In tlrrarf (41b lout) II | 2 Cl.ccic iv.'t Ib 0 10 HibLi.il |ii;r cwl. I ).1 -l llHtil. per do 0 1 o Ouilci iYciIi,|ki too g j Sail bit ton 4 0 4 Dun. Mill tier do o | a Soup ner dn 45. .0 3 Hums |-el Ib. a « 0 l.atFruiee-ugwlS « u K.icon pel lu o I 1 IS. 1. do. iierlb.bagO II 0 lieul' |ni Hi 0 0 7 Ditlii|-cilb 0 0 0 Minimi |iei do 0 0 0 Dill' per Ib (loaf) 0 0 u PinUpcilIt ? tu ftum (July lidid) Oil « V.-il perdu 0 0 8 U'»u in bum! 0 i u UluicuUle |ier Ib 0 J 0 Krandy duly paid o 18 0 i;i,.-.-j,. per Ib 0 1 0 Dnui ill limid ?? 4 0 U uuUrs (iimuttts) 0 10 (Jin duly mid o 111 4 Hum (.lljii.) o I I) nillo in bund oil Fw* }icr dozen 0 2 0 Tea liveliest 8 (I ' lit. ii |).r buMiel' 0 I -J Kill., pel Ib OHO i) .lineal pir )t- 0 0 0 Tiiliacco do...

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