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NOTES ON THE FAUNA OF VICTORIA, WITH THE AUSTRALIAN ALLIANCES. No. IIL THE PHALANGISTIDE, OR PHALANGER FAMILY. [Newspaper Article] — The Australasian — 19 November 1864

NOTES ON THE FAUNA OF VICTORIA, WITH THE AUS TRALIAN ALLIANCES. Tbe pbalangcrs, so culled from having the second and third toes of the hinder foot united in & common integument, to a cer tain extent represent the sloths and squirrels of other continents. These analogies are however, only approximate, though we have the authority of Owen when comparing the <4iwIndian with the animals in other parte of the world, that the dasyuri, or native cat6, play the part of the foxes Bud uiarten6 • the peratnelet or " bandicoots," the hedgehogs ana thitws; the phalanycrs or flying squir rels and the koalas or native hears, the squirrels and monkeys; the womhate of the beavers and the kangaroos of (lie deer tribe. On the whole,' remarks Mr. IVaterhoose. we might say the kangaroos are more especially grass and herb feeders; the har rowing wombats root feeders; the gigantic extinct dtyrotodons and nototheriums pro bably derived their sustenance from the twigs and leaves of the on...

Publication Title: Australasian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
AN ILLICIT STILL IN THE FOREST. [Newspaper Article] — The Australasian — 19 November 1864

AN ILLICIT STILL IN THE F0HE3T. The chops were just on the fire as Master Robert made his appearance. We set to with hearty good will; he with an appetite quickened by the keen morning air, I with one that not even hot pot and hot grog overnight, and the stream of the hissing tat, oould subdue. Hie bones Jessie, my little bull-terrier, made short work of, and in a few minutes we were all three on the march, Boh a little in advance, as I went iotothe hut for my gun. For the first two miles there was nothing worth noticing. The country was leTel and tolerably open, as the forest trues had all been felled. The larger timber was interspersed with the graceful are tile and the umbrageous lightwood—so called, I believe, from its weight and dart colour, just as the honeysuckle is named from being as unlike the original as it is possible to conceive* About half a mile further on we came upon some patches of fern, and Bob told me to look out for kangaroo rats—a super fluous warning, as Jessi...

Publication Title: Australasian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
THE GAZETTE. [Newspaper Article] — The Australasian — 19 November 1864

THE GAZETTE. VtMunma for Bowrb.—Premiums Me ofitred by the Board of Agriculture for templet ot butter, under the following con dtthins, namely:—£16 for the beet, and £10 for the ceooed beet firkins of batter which here made the voyage to England and back* Each firkin aboil contain not leae than half a hundredweight, and samples will bo re ceived ami] the Both of January, 1865, Freight and all other charges will be paid by Gam PkoTicnoK.—*■ All epeclee of quail" are to be considered "native game," within the tneanlcg of the Fleheriea and Game Blainte, 180A Oonno*.—The 8L Andrew'* Gold-field Com mon ia enlarged. Arwmwnt- William Gierke to be the manager of the common tull road passing through the.ahlre of Banluyong and the botooght W Buninioog end of Ballarat Ea>Las proclaimed tinder Oiden in Oouncil of Zfod February, end 18th Aptil, 1651; ' Robot Uck to be electoial registrar for the Holtagol division of the electoral diatrlot of Avooa, and for the oomapondlag division of tbe Eonh...

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MAYORS FOR 1864-5. [Newspaper Article] — The Australasian — 19 November 1864

J^YOBSFOR iftjy. Z'. IjiSSnu. jmuT* ;\w» a-7-r-f*.-4U '-.J aaaBafe^

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COMMERCIAL. The Australasian Office, Saturday Evening. [Newspaper Article] — The Australasian — 19 November 1864

COMMERCIAL. The Atutralaiia* OflSoe, Saturday Evoulnij. ' As mual on Srtordays, the amount of I foulness done in the import maiket to-day was moderate, and excepting in the articled •Unded to yesterday, little deposition to liueiiiai or speculation has been oocatloned by lie advices received by the malL The fine weather dming (be last fe^dayshes caused cntibiderable btiekbesS in the suit goods bade. Urdus Lars oomo forward freely, and a con aldcrbble amount of business has been effected In this branch of trade. A bin of malt changed hands to-day at Ilk 6J, cash, gales of Adelaide wheat veie effected at 9». 8d., and South Anatralian flour at from £28 to £2810s. Considerable business was done In kerostne, the Kensington, from New York, hating snivel opportunely, and the stocks of kerosene having been reduced very low. 1,000 cases of Ooraens's brand were disposed of at b.8d, 600 at 6sH and 259 at 6s. Id. A pared, ex Warrior, from Hong Kong, brand unknown, and without guarantee, found a...

Publication Title: Australasian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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MELBOURNE WHOLESALE PRICES CURRENT. The Australasian Office, Wednesday Evening. [Newspaper Article] — The Australasian — 19 November 1864

MELBOURNE WHOLESALE PRICES CURRENT. The Ittetraluies Oflloe, Wodneedir Kreotne. Ale *nd Porter.—New Brewery Oo.t Outtole ole, £7 Co. to£TMe.:BeeedMo.»(oewl,£J Jo.Sd.toA7 ltes »ww iwi Mmmw ««. v SHOW* w ii. w. w jni u» • Jouleb, tt l&h to AT Ho.; Mantel AT lOe. i Allocmpto £7 lea. to A7ltes; Sjiirt, MtH la.tl.tokH; London toad Ootooiol Oo.*i Mi Ad- i AfiaapiaV Mo.: olbor bottleio', So. to So. Stout—Boot brasnde, £S < 160. to It; other brewero', £6fio-to £6 it*, nerbbd. Dublin (tout, bottled, So. So.'do Ulo. Sd.; Bjooobi So.to to.M. i lieeblny So.,Sd. to Wo.: Loodoa end Gdonlel Oomsuyb, So. ad. to So. M. | Beroleyb, bottled bjr Itieoi, quorte, So. Sd.; otbtr botUut', So. Sd. to So. Sd. per daoou. : Gbndlet.—Mm otoortne, US. I tofetgntall-orebbte, Md. to Sid. per lb.: lljht-welgbte, ot from AM. to t^d. per peefcot; Belmont eporae, SJd. to sjd. P%eunoit.—Portlond, ISo. Sd. nor feeirel; Borneo, lie.; AOMubun pleotor, 10s.td._ ; Cbeeor Inwfl Mm od be«t~lBaslM> mete, ...

Publication Title: Australasian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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MELBOURE POLICE COURT. MONDAY, NOVEMBER 14. [Newspaper Article] — The Australasian — 19 November 1864

MELBOURNE POLICE COURT. JiOKDAT, NOVOCBH 14. Fbacsglekt line or a Tbsdi Mans.— Uok) L Woolf and Hyman L, Wool!, on summons, vera charged with refusing to supply to Messrs. Miileeon and England, attorneys for Henry White and Co., porter bottlers, London, information of the name and addreai of the person from whom de fendants obtained eighteen casta of (tout, slikh they add on the 28rd September to Ltwis Benjamin. Mr. C. A. Smyth appeared to prosecute; Mr. Attenborough for the de fendants. Its caee against defendant*, as elated by cammed and made oat In erldenoe, was as followsSome time last month Mr. F.D.Wblte,agent in Melbourne for the London firm oi Henry White and Oo, saw some cases of prter at the store of Oreig and Murray the bottles of which bore what appeared to him to be the label nsed by the firm. The price of this porter being to much below the market prior, be thought eomelhiog was wrong, nun especially as it was known that large quantl tits of porter were being sold beari...

Publication Title: Australasian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
TUESDAY, Nov. 15. THE CHARGE OF CRUELTY TO A CHILD, [Newspaper Article] — The Australasian — 19 November 1864

Tdmmt, Nof, 16. THE GHABOE OF CRUELTY TO A CHILD, - JuMKBotid, oiijKjwwa. wMduuninrtli J ewwltieg Mwy Asm tUlrtone within tba , period of two montia put Mi.H-F. Gnnua,Orown MUoUer, WpMiod J to pmusatei Jtr, Dtwton, Imtiaotod br Mr, i fiwl.tMesacd. . ■ ■ , Vr.anrMr arid It would fceeewewiiyi tor fclmto *Utethe deUUi uf tbo ou«,m j tbojwould be ssfficleoU/ glvm fci i L Be lotadftd lo 4*U vritaoM svfewl ibow tiiAttiit prisoner luA-fl ' »p »w»T»Ud uMplt. *nd tiuUtumoj (trottd, h»«bonld «sk for tM ptlMMr'.llpOMv. ' " ' ■" * " ' J v 'rj, ,v>:..X-.W:lA inittaitortotaJ. Edwin <t*M nets reminded bin that the child was yooni, ud wished Urn to be patient with her. when die would doubtleea improve. Saw mm rob. sequently several timep.nnd urgedhlm to come and dgb the indenture®: when he replied that be could not then, m thvj were ju«t la the battle of removal He continued to e>m» plain to much aboat the child that witneai, thinking the could not be comfortable, no vised him to a...

Publication Title: Australasian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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NEW INSOLVENTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Australasian — 19 November 1864

NEW INSOLVENTS. Tbonui Bredthew, late butter, bow out tf bnelnm. of Feredey-ftrat, Ontto*. Oum of lutolTtamy-liQH of crop* by fire, fulun of the crap* elnoe the In end tewi W hi*fans (oldwider • mortcec* to tfaefto ▼Went iMdtot*. Debt*, *109 8a; on* £16; deficiency, *15t fit H. & 8faa»,o5«U tiberict Patrick, ctbou, of Fltaroy, On** of IniolveoCT—Falling off in bartnera, pn* wre of creditors and fcu of arreet. AM <866*.; iraetaftO; drtrteooy, <B» fir. 8. 2£» JMXMBbb OwOlal BenteantoHaiffDcHi, %r and hie «*■ fnehmeeHent keeper, of Kangaroo Oelly. near Sen ibc ret, Otuet* uf ioeolreocy-Waui IfeftL n eVuJ-tT^l. Robert Hohmnth, ralner, of ChBteia Oauaca of Intel renty—Tnim lnmlnlntbott In Hear Zealand and Victoria, InaMiuy * W ,******** «* t^fgSytptleen W Mining Company, at ASmm* aeerBet® jrorth, of which inralveniwaaaeaeobet,*' having only hteUboorat awtoer«o«Ma tp depend oo for rapport t>Mm,£3>6U1&: aarab, <6; deficiency, tiSB a*Tg...

Publication Title: Australasian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
TOWN NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Australasian — 19 November 1864

town hews. Ad )>ob life, containing £74 In note), gold, and silver, was stolen frooi the Brunswick Hotel, Brunswick street, Eiuroy, between eight o'clock on Wednesday evening end the following morning. The landlord of the hotel n port* to the police that lie vu at the esfo at a quarter to eight o'clock In the even iog. At a quarter to one o'clock he looked tip the duoia of the home, and fouud them In the same slate when he rose next morning, lie di d not mitt the cafe until ten o'clock in Die morning, when ho was told that It had bieu found in Coilton gatdena by the gar diner (Mr. nyndman), who saw It lying in Die garden*, at about half-past nine o'clock, broken open, and ttnplitd of iU content*. Uteldts the sum of money mentioned, the uje contained a quantity of eleotro-plated «aie, a cbt que lor £10 on the National Bauk, iu laveur of Eihelred Bdinot, and some other document*. Telegraphic oommuulcatlon is now open via Teheien, between Bombay and London. The A aval and B Hilary G...

Publication Title: Australasian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
MELBOURNE MARKETS. WEDNESDAY, Nov. 16. [Newspaper Article] — The Australasian — 19 November 1864

MELBOURNE MARKET,S. Wednesday, Nov. 1g. The Mills —Flour continues in pood demand for tht country dittncis, end town purchases h ive been more fre 1\ made. Quotations of fine Rilk-<lrc<saJ upe from £23 10*. to *24 per 2,00.>i'». ; br*i in fair inquiry at Is. fid. per bushel; pollard, It. 10J. to S*>- per bushel : oatmeal, £ per ton. hstAiL Maskst*.—Hutches*' Meat.—Beef, 40. to 6d. per lb.; n.utten, S^d. to 5d. do.; veal, Td. to $1. do.; pork, CJ. to 'Jd. do.all according to quality. Foultiy.—Fowl*, G*. to 7b. per pair; gec»e, lis. to I5e. do. ; ducks, 6s. to 7s. W. do. ; turkeys, 21s. to28*. do.; cheese, fid. to 10J. per lb.; eggs, I*, per down; butter, fresh, tHL to Is. per lb. ; oread, Pd. to Is. the 41b. loaf; milk, 61 to 7tL per quart. Good corned beef can be purchased (or dd. per Jtx,«nd fore-uuarte t of mutton for 3d. i«?r lb. Hat Marret.—Supplies have oome forward freely, and—ibedtiuaud although tolerably brisk, not keeping pace with the qualities ...

Publication Title: Australasian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Australasian — 19 November 1864

ADVERTISEMENTS. TO ADVERTISERS. [A portion of tlic advertisements appearing ia this part of the paper having been sent in too late, have not the advantage of the country circulation.] Amusements. fTHEATBE ROYAL. 1 s0ie leasee and Manager, Barry SttUlvan. IMl'OllTANV NitTICS". Chance ofl una.-On and after itu. date the den nlllopen at half-part 7. and the performance w, commence at S o'clock precne J. PoBlttVCiy LAST Sr.VEN NIGHTS Of the Farewell Enjngcinent of Ihe Celebrate! American comcJian UK. JOSEI'H If F F E R 6 0 rmvioinh lo hi- d.pirluro f..r Europe,) ' Who nil I appear THIS EVENING And every evening mi it further notice. In Two Great Characters. ROBERT """ft 1 E R t Y, In TUB TICK-ETOC-LEAVE MAS, Anil as 12 U O 11 1> E B K A s» In A REGl'LAB FIX. . The ei.tcrUimncM* will ciuiuneiicti (at 8 p <■ --iv:'}) «hh tin-great Draws, in four nots, by Tom J TBe'I-I C It E T-0 F-L E AVE M A S, IViih the foll<«*-ing unrivalled cast. Rubort Di icrly (a Lancashire ...

Publication Title: Australasian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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TELEGRAPHIC DESPATCHES. SANDHURST, FRIDAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Australasian — 19 November 1864

TELEGRAPHIC DESPATCHES. 8ANDHOB8T.F«oit. The 8ydnar rifle team nrrirad here at tralf put eleven run. to-d»7. Tb«y were received at the atatlon bribe officer* of the BeodUoriSe oorpe, who entertained them at luncheon, at the Shamrock Hotel. They rhdted Franoii'* Beehive etore*. The/ were afterward* Mem oot to Eatlehawk, and want down the Prince of Walea claim, Tber were hoaplt ab)/ entertained br tbe jirinaipal reeCealn Eatkbawk. Ther left hyibe'quarter ■jiait aeven p.ra. train, hl*bly drilihted with the cordal and wafrm reception thay bad rnqpe flaoed, cod wuA tammd frith tfao l$& eouroceof the diftdct. flVpWJCF, Fan)*.*. Mr. Parkea hat retired fromtb* contort for tttdtr. • Theproteoiiooielr anpport Knew*. Foniar, Twice, Martin, andJWUeoo. for K*et Sydney; and Keen*. ion, Morphy, Bttar/atid Dal glelrh, tor Wert Srdnay. 'TOrltwaftyJKMf' aim tfaa «lec(oo»eiln*t the protection let; Jlw.^iwjsffiwAtotieBd inteo'. Douleerr, lately amtmber of Hall'* hu surrendered, "t the instigati...

Publication Title: Australasian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
IMPOUNDINGS. [Newspaper Article] — The Australasian — 19 November 1864

IMPOUNDMGS. Imjmiwkd hi Amherst, 4 th November. IBM, toHetuyTJhuwfcilL Traps* U. fid. ft*$ bulta*, VB conjoined <r - — •• - , flttwttrtbii, HB conjoined on Mr rump, loop bona, Inb« lump on m if not ddM and emiM eild, *o be Mid en 7th Dewber. 2601 . P. Bnx, PottMJweper, ---.,' AvaoA^IapocmdedAi. A voce, &tb November, 1801. to O. Ctapperton. MeQ. :—BtrawLoay bullock, JW om ND(ffriba, tarhrana, like Iff off nunp; ttrawberrr haifto, —-toer J& Mr riba, EJ off rump, BB off rife : ted and whlta vow; saine brand, red cow, ditto, & off riba; white cow.ditto, ditto; yellow-end white cow,: ditto, B3 off Hw S ted and white oow, ditto ditto; led oow. ditto, B Off tibi; doth BtrewlnrnrdMr, ditto:1 ted end white ttett, ditto; ttrawbsnv oow. ditto, B off tifafe; strawberry «nw, dittos BS off ribs; white oow, ditto, ditto j stnwhenyoow, ditto, B off rite; ted and White oow, ditto, dttto: brindle and white tteer,ditto, ditto; red stash ditto, BS off die; strawberry ...

Publication Title: Australasian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
LONDON WOOL SALES. CONSIGNMENTS FROM VICTORIA. (FROM STALES, STRAKER, AN DCO.'S CIRCULAR.) [Newspaper Article] — The Australasian — 19 November 1864

LONDON WOOL SALES. CONSIGNMENTS FROM VICTORIA. (Fbon rnna. btuius. in til mmit.) Esi^U nation ol the Gircukr.->lbe wIobm la (be following tables represent—1, tbe ship; t,themrit; i ktbe quality (F—fleece; 8 eooured; 0—grease; , —akin ; B-hadwidud; L-hmtn); ^ttnanbg j of bake; ft, tbe (viae.. j Oleudova . Edenlie BoydBtaad wd . lj|l 8} DA om MorUt.. Bobc Ping orer BJ in OODftboo!., .. WMnmn B orer GB & Co. on Post. Uftvshsll Motet Bameralls otw Bant, mm': • ,r\ Srn'>r>r:,*K ii JJnOo., Ho. f, Amp In ortr nnnx Id* oJ BT.. W8 In dral* •• ..1 aHbditU •« LB In diamond • Q under halfdrde ..I F Corerhd/drde' IB conjoined orer JBB llV I SOX i*» Co., Ho. 6.—Atso. «. uji 11* SjlSP 1414! ia* 44:2 »2 2^ 14,2 2 I Wj* ** i 27(2 1 12 0} , Bed Borer..'K»ng»io<« [xo*. fi>BB (ox,. jOCIni ^^• fw^nob^'oon^ I! F in dUmntxl .. .. F Its!® U !fF Annj-tige .. Ingleby .. .. PW .. .. 0 He L, S Brighton K3JM .. .. - r to-" :: ::l ■ III p TofciUi* Anglesey 11(1 «l 81 6, • s s L» ®t...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
OLD COURT-HOUSE.—FRIDAY, N.V. 18. MOLESWORIH (WIFE) V.MOLESWORTH (HUSBAND). [Newspaper Article] — The Australasian — 19 November 1864

Old Codet-hodse-Friday, N'v. 14. MOliESWQRl II (wipe) V.MOIJ25 WORTH (HUSBAND). Mia Voleawoitb, who had examined ty Mr. DdWrou, and partUUy orjiJextinUed by Mr. BiiliLg. wsi uow reoalM. S h <l« P<-hk),— This Mter (a letter had b&n haadcl vpj. addressed to Mrc. Hawser, id to uiy Imudwiitli.g. Tiiu letter was read, as follows: "Tuesday Morning, the 16 th (? June, 1861). " Dear Mrs. Hawker,—I did not aniwer your last letter, as It was an uncalled-for one. My objoci in now writ lift to you Is UiIh—in ask yoo to return my letters. They can be of no use to you. and u ider tlicfe eircnmsUhees, I don't ace slut g»oi you can derive from holding theni hi your kooplng. On lha first da}' I you on your return home 1 told you that M'cr was mine. " We ufcti tt befriends. 1 dont now dwell on this. 1 merely ftrit, have 1 deserved all the unkiudneas I have met at your hands In consequence of srrtUug i letter to a young man 1" [Tin- rt ruaiider of the loiter wa« not rutrl...

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GEELONG WOOL BALES. [Newspaper Article] — The Australasian — 19 November 1864

GEELONG WOOL BALES. At the wool soles held in this town yesterday, the ami ettendsnoe ol buyers wore present, end prices tor greasy woolo wen tally maintained, Meaua O. 1. Dennyo end Co, dljpoeed ol the follosring lots O—1 hale locks, it. Field—1 bele eaouied locks, 184d- O.P,—1 bele locks, 8jd.; 6 lodes belly pi coos, 7Jd. VrT in diamond arm lit. liesse — 8 holes creasy rams', lHd.; 1 bsle greasy fleece, MM.; 1 hole miked, lite.; 1 hole buck end lambs, ltd.; A.8 —8 holes nuns', lljd.; I hole mixed, Ujd. C.— 4 boles gracy, Utd.; i bolee merino, ltjd. ]8,8.L. oar joined oier Wiltshire—8 holse hell-bre: 18fdL ; 1 bele lambs',ltd.; Id boles fleece,IMLtli holes dippings, 8)d. WH—11 holes greasy, llld. TH—6 bales greasy, Old. 0—tt boles greasy, lipL Field— tS holes eouured, Bs. ltd. Doughs, machine eooured —19 boles earned, is. tji TlK <8 . holes washed fleece, Is. AM. UAConr L—M bales grsesy fleece. Is. N in dismoed—I balm wished fiasco, Is. lid. The remainder ol the washed a...

Publication Title: Australasian, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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TOWN EDITION. SUPREME COURT. MATRIMONLAL JURISDICTION OLD COURT-HOUSE.—Thursday. Nov, 17. (Before his Honour the Chief Justice, and a Special Jury of Twelve.) MOLESWORTH (WIFE) V. MOLESWORTH (HUSBAND). [Newspaper Article] — The Australasian — 19 November 1864

TOWN EDITION. SUPREME COURT. KATfilMONUL JURISDICTION. Old Courthouse.—Thursday. Nov, 17. (Btforc bis Honour the Chief Justice, and a Special Jury of Twelve.) MOLESWORTII (WIFE) V. MOLESWORTII (ilVJSB \ND). Mr, Dawson an<) Mr. Wood apn^arad for the ijeiiifuner; M . Michfa «n l Mr. Billiug for the tesp<'bd6**t. Mr. Michle, througU illoe-6, was absent the greater part of the dap. This fr a petition fin* judicial separatum by Heoriftt* M il«is w>rta ag ti u s b Rooert Molchwortb, one of the puisne judges, on the ground ofciutl treatm-iit. 'l ite following are the issues of fajt (or trial ""Wherenft Henrietta Moltisw.irfch, the \n titioner. h (firms, and Robert Mole.-wortb, thr n fpiu dt'ijt, drtite-« " 1. That- for a period of nine mouths prior to the mouth of Septemb r, 185-5. by a c iar«w -of ui kind conduct to her he readered her lite n.iserhbb. 2. That on or ab->ut the 29c»i 8e| ttmb^r, 1855, lie ht&'eri t.» her that he did not beli. ve ti at she...

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