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No title [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 1 June 1861

A PLEASANT STATB OF SOCIETY.-Tho following is an account of tho tragedy which occurred in Sumter county, Florida, on tho 18th ult. :-" Tho Eer George Andrews, of tho Methodist Episcopal Church, killed two mon and wounded two others. He was accused of seducing a young girl of 14 or 15 years of ago, a relative living at his houso nt tho tims. Ile was'further accused of so voroly whipping tho young girl, and acknowledged as much to tho citizens. For thoso misdeeds a summons was issued for him to appear at tho Court House at Sumtei'villo, before tho people, on Saturday, tho 16th instant.. Having heard of this and of tho parties who wore to servo the summons-Messrs M'London and Lang, he proecodod to tho house of tho formor. and took dinner with tho family. After dinnor thoy wont to tho workshop. . Androws asked M'London for tho loan of his horse to go to Adamsvillo, which was granted. Ho had in his possession ono double-barrelled gun, one yager rifle,,two,rupoatcrs, and two bowie knivoa....

Publication Title: Bell’S Life In Sydney And Sporting Chronicle
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THE TURF. LATEST FROM QUEENSLAND. Ipswich, May 28th. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 1 June 1861

THC TURF. LATEST FROM QUEENSLAND. Ipswich, May 28th. Zoe and Ben Bolt aTe both in splendid condi- tion. Betting even between the two. Immense excitement. Eclipse is a great favorite. Ben Bolt will win the Champion Race. There are hundreds of people who cannot find accommo- dation. ' MENTOR. Private advices tell us that the Course is as hard as adamant, and that Zoe never was better. The local press seems to have most faith in "Ben." IT may well Jbe surmised that dulness is the prevailing epidemic ; those horses and " horsey" people who are not gone to Queensland being at Maitland, and the news of the great northern event being at present as dark as the " Glensyminn Mysteries". The intelligence received last week from Ipswich was of a very satisfactory character to the backers of " Zoe"; and the mare has, ive believe, been backed in Sydney at a short price 300 to 200 having been taken about her. Heavy rain was falling by these accounts, which was supposed to be in Mr Tait's favour. T...

Publication Title: Bell’S Life In Sydney And Sporting Chronicle
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THE HORRIBLE CHINESE!! [VIDE S. M.HERALD 29TH MAY.]. To the Editors of-Bell's Life in Sydney. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 1 June 1861

TJttE UORRIBIJB CHINESE! !; : ' [VIDE S. M.HBRÁijp*, 29TH MAY.] . ' To the Editors of-Melt s Life in Sydney. You will sro in one of the Coroner's inquisitions, lately reported in Hie S. M. Herald to what extent tho atroci- ties ol* this nico will oil end even in tho very precincts of civilisation, (Sydney!) Conoxin's INQUESTS.-Mr J. S. Parker.-coroner for the city, held two Impiest* In the neighbourhood of the Bark li uti. Liver- pool Hoad, on Monday; One »as on tin: body of an elderly mart, named Jame» Belcher, a'Kooil carter, who hail been complaining for a considerable Hine prior to his death, but whonad no meit leal ad- vice. A verdict of "Died from natural came«,'?wat returned. .TI» other was on the body of a new-born Infant, the ofTiprlng or » woman named Eliza Davl«, who cohabited with a Chinaman. Tlie^ Infant hail not arrived at maturity, «'id a verdict of " Still bom'' wm ronaeiHienlly returned. The evidence taken In thl< ca« re-, vraled tho existence ofvice lo a...

Publication Title: Bell’S Life In Sydney And Sporting Chronicle
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MAITLAND ANNUAL RACES. (Maitland Mercury) [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 1 June 1861

MAITLAND ANNUAL BAOiíS; {Maitland Merciiry.J Tho entrañóos for tho forthcoming Maitland Annual Rocoi woro oponod on Monday ovening, at tho Donison Hotel. As will bs seen bolow, there is a promiso of good sport. Two of tho races, however-tho Maitland Town Plate, and tho Squatter's Purso-did not fill ;' and it wits resolved to muka tho Maitlund Town'PIate a, handicap tho entrances to closo at 4 o'clook on .Friday^.áfrérnoon, and tho weights to bo deolarod at 6. * * Tho Northumber- land Jockey Club Handicap will bu declared pu Wednes- day, tho 6tli Juno, nt four o'clock, on tho course. Ar- rangement* respecting tho Squatter's Purio will bo oonsidorod this evening. - V First Eaco.-HAIDEN PLATB of 150 sovs. j mito-aud thrce-quartors ¡ weight for age. 1 Mr. Win. Hall's b m Jenny Lind, 4 yr*, j E. de *l oil ro's b R Inheritor, sued. A. Loder'« br c The Wizard, 3 yra. F. «. Doyle's ch li Warrior, 4 yrs. \ T. Ivory'« ch g Marquis, 3 yra. V ' , I. Gorrlck, Jun's., ch g Talleyrand, 4 yr«. ' Wi...

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SUPREME COURT THURSDAY Before the Chief Justice and a Jury Twelve MOSS V. DEVLIN AND ANOTHER. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 1 June 1861

SUPREME COUItr; _ TntniaDA.y. ? . , ' Befare Hie Chief Justice and a Jury ofltoele: M093 V. OKVtl.V AND JLXOTI1KU*. '' . This was na action for libel. Tho damages were laid ut £1000. *j lie phtiiitiir is the present mayor of thc Shoalhaven municipality; tho defendants uro thc proprietors, printers, and publishers of the Illawarra Express^ " - . .; Tho libel complained of consisted of the following let tor, willoh appeared iu tho Illawarra Express pl jlHtli March last :- ' .'. "To tho Editor of tho Illawarra Express.-Sir,-ita mooting of tho Bench of magistrates yesterdny, Moss, tho nowly-olected mayor, insisted upon his right of pre- siding ns chairman. Having; quotod soverul linois (ns he called them) to strengthen his claim, ho clinched it by telling tho Bench that they had no right to sit in Nowra, because he was tho solo magistrate, having jurisdiction within tho municipality. Tho Bench unanimously de- cided not to allow him totale prccedouco; and one of the magistrates told him ...

Publication Title: Bell’S Life In Sydney And Sporting Chronicle
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 1 June 1861

THIRD AUSTRALIAN CHAMPION STAKE of £600, with a swoop of £100 each added, half forfeit opon to all tho Australian Colonies; Provided thrco or moro hones start, tho aocond horso to rocoiro £200, and tho third horso £100 out of tho Stake. ' ' To bo run for oror tho NEW TOWN RAGE COURSE in TASMANIA, on TUESDAY, tho 3rd dny of Decembor, 18G1. distance, titree miles. Entries to bo nddrossod and forwarded to tho Secre- tary, Derwent Hotel, Hobart Town, on or boforo tho 1st of Soptombor, 18G1. Forfeits to bo doelarod ouo înonth beforo tho day of. tho raeo. * : Stono. lbs. Weights... 8 yrs. old ... 7 0 4 » , ... 8 .. 6 B » » ... 9 0 0 " "&nged ... 9 5 ' STEWARDS. J. Ii, B. Tabart, Esq. ThomnB Fiold, Esq; John Lord, Esq. . John Field, Esq. .IV. Kearney, Esq. Jaj. Lord, Esq.* AV. Doddery, Esq. Gr. A. Kemp, Esq. S. Blackwell, Esq. To act with Stewards to bo appointed by each of tho Colonies. J. W. GRAVES, 1015 Hon. Soo. HAITI/AND ANNUAL RACES, 1801. tinder tlio Management of tho Northu...

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LOCAL INTELLIGENCE [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 1 June 1861

. L O C'A\ÍÍi' i W*T:Elí 1.1G E IT C E. , Cosr-POTtT rem CoNKorssKims iîf CooxAO.T-Tho fniluro of thó'vino crops in France lias boon followed -,by a dis covory ol' (lia utmost consequence to tho numerous ad-, mirers of " Murtell"" «nd " Cloiizonu." Our . very in- genious allies have, it nppejiin, found out a method of producing brandy, which 'renders them perfectly inde- pendent ol'tho " clustering vine." From coal thoy now manufacturo brandy equal, if not superior, to tlio old fashioned "tock;" its voarm'mg' qualities being most grateful to the palate, and producing a gonial glow upon tho cheeki of the imbiber. This coal brandy has already becomo very popular with tho minors of Newcastle, and will no doubt in time suporscdo Oognao altogethor. There is however ono disadvantage attending tho uso of this Gallic spirit. Its gaseous properties aro such that great care is required in taking it, as it rendors potati oners extremely inflammable, and exceedingly likely to take Ure. An acoid...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 1 June 1861

RACEHORSES BRED ix THE BRAIDWOOD DISTRICT. Tho faraoofllr E. Do Mcstro's homos is now well known through nil tho oolouies, and doubtless many imagine that they were bred nt Shoalhaven us well as trained there. Such, however, is not tho caso. To tho Braid- wood district must the palm bo awarded of having bred some of tho boat racehorses in the colony. Archer, SIose Bose, Exeter, Sunbeam, Seducer, Bottler, Mariner, Our Nell, Attila, and Lord Georgo Bentinck, wore all bred at Jembaicumbene, and most of them claim the imported horso AVilliam Tell as their sire. Thia horse, whoso value, now tlmt ho is dead, is beginning to bo appreciated, was brought to this district by Mr 1'. Golding, and by him sold to a party in Goulburn, who aftorwarda resold him to that priuco of sportsman, tho late Mr Androw Badgery, upon whoso deccaso ho fell into the hands of Mesara. Hassall and Boborts, of Exeter Farm, who re- tained linn until thoy purchased the Kaw Zealand horse, Chevalier, brother to tho far-...

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FULL REPORT OF THE EXTRAORDINARY MARRIAGE CASE or THE HON MAJOR YELVERTON, SECOND DAY. JOHN THELWALL v. THE HON MAJOR YELVERTON. (Continued from our last.) [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 1 June 1861

FULL ÍUÜPORT OP TILTS EXTUAOEDHÎAIIY MARRIAGE CASE - . ?" : : . .. . ' or TUB ; 1 H O N. MAJOR YELVERTON, Hùr-apoarcnt ta the Tëerày» of Avonmore, THIEU BErOllB LOaS CHIEF JUSTICE MONiflaN, IX TUB COURT OP COMMON PLEAS, DUBLIN', Fro»» Thursday, FA. 2\st, to Monday, March éth, 1801. SECOND DAT. JonK TriELWAix V. THE TTO.V. MAJOR YBLVBBTOK. (Continued from our last.) " Cara Theresa mia,-Your last form of address is botter; don't bo. sc) Uah to chango it, if you don't seo wliy, never mind \ if we nil stopped to seo our way cloudy wo should all obviously toko root. "What place would you Uko lo be ? You seom by your last to bo in great dangor. Thoro is nothing to equal tho pleasures of locomotion, and nothing so destructivo to that plea euro us the sort of slough by which wo aro threatened to bo surrounded. Wo would not prefer the fate of tho Wandering Jew to Unit self-imposed by Diogenes ? I um on board ship almost becalmed, 100. miles south- west of Malta. I was interrupted bi my inten...

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SYDNEY HOUSE MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 1 June 1861

SYDNEY HOUSE MARKET. Messrs Burt und Co., report a great scarcity of first-class horses particularly stylish «addle and harness hones.'. As uaual.-mlddilng and Inferior horse« arc difficult of «ale-price« ranging from Í.6 to £20. Superior uor»c», with stylo and quality, readily bring lou«; ligures. Buring the if eek wo havo «old fire country lou, one lot unbroken in tho yards from £1 10s. to £8. : Another lot of «even from tho Richmond, for £7 to £21. Eight from Kiama, £10 to £30. Twenty from Woollangong, £ä ? to £25. Al«o, the seven Chinese.. Sheep, «cr Jupiter, at £7 5». per head-and the thoroughbred« Ky- ogle, and Heather Bell, by private contract, for five hundred guin- eas the two. ... Mr Charte« Martyn reports :-Tho continued scarcity or a good clan of horses, together with the large supply of inferior stock at present In tho market, prevente business from being very brisk, for although the «ale« are numerous; yet the general run of prices I« low. Frequent enqulrie« are made f...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 1 June 1861

Tiru LAST CONUN'SKUU.-Why uro tho Chinese liles -waxen .flowers ?-Because they run whon exposed, to fire. AT a recent festivo meeting, a married man, -who ought to have known better, proposed," Tho Ladies," as the beingB who ' divide our sorrows, double our joya, and treble our expenses. " IMPUDENCE.-Tho coolest peoplo we know of- aro tho npwspnpcr patrons, who send you a few -lines of advertís». , mont, and accompany them "with a yard or two of putts, - which they request you to insert in thc editorial column gratis I This is like paying a shopkeeper for a pound of sugar and asking him to throw in a barrel of dour. Wm- is n tight shoo like a line summer ?-Because it makes tho corn grow. . A F.UB ltEiuitN.-Every effort is being mudo at tho present day by the mea to enlarge tho sphero of woman's employment. If woman is ooly commonly grateful, tho very least she ought to do in return would be to diminish the sphere of her dress !-Fuxctr. A SPORTING CONUNDRUM.-Why is a bad shot like an...

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THIRD DAY. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 1 June 1861

THIRD DAY. Tho cross-examination of Airs yelverton wits resumed. Before tho proceedings commenced, tho Chief Justice said that if thorn was any exhibi.ion of feeling, or any disturbance in court during the day, ho would order the galleries to bo cleared. . Witness to Mr Brewster; I can't tell when the troops left the Crimea. [Lotter of July 2, from Major Yelverton to Mrs, Yelverton, referred' 'to.] Tho de- fendant asked me to wait three months for lum, and he would come down and join rae.- It was not decided if ho was to come with the troops or alone. Ho said ho would toke me os his sister to my cousin at Monostir. I think it was a mutual arrangement between us. I don't know -who proposed it. v A piece has been torn off thhi letter, but not by mo.. I can't say if it was given in that state to the authorities in Scotland. I kept it with the otlmr letters, I suppose. I gave the letters'up to tito Procurator Fiscal. I gave them np for tho prosecution for bigamy.I wo« obliged to do so. ...

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SYDNEY MARKETS, FRIDAY. WHOLESALE'PRICES. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 8 June 1861

SYSNSY MAHKEXS, FRIDAV. ' . WHOLIIHALE'r-HlOm. Vf iiKAT.'il M IO Ta nd porOunlieli Hour, £10 ID £i0 penna ; now inalio. li Od io U 3it oM itu, Cs Di iu6<; F.IUIIJII darloy, Si Oil to IO« : enuc ilo 0« nor Inuholi hay,' linton, £0; lucerno, £3 Kl» lu £1 |í r toni btiii<>r, lu cheese, 0.1- In Oil | hacou Od to Bil uer Hi: B4i». 1» Ol lo it ? OJ iwr dniim r liwls, 2H Hil ti 3« «tl per cnuplri r» mines, £f> l' s JW10 per lom fm titus lil per potinili btcf, ian; ' mullan, OT pur civl j Milos. 6« to 17s t lolinceii, l«-»l tn' I« Od pnr lb tiesuitinlny. l.ucunio «un I lu .I per Iii, rotuli 2s i permmlal red clovnr, dino (luipi while Uiucli, as ed per Ih ¡ itailoh and motel Kta«!o«, 4s Ol per il), lorsbum «accliarmuii), Oil por 1I|( weill ents 3s, Oil lo 4s. por buslicU ' '?'* . FEI1RIH AND SON, Commission Agent». llATKARKBT Pinora.-Tiny, Os OJ to Oj OM ¡ «mw, Ss Oil io Bf Oil " «lieut,0^ Od lo 7» OJ souls, 4s Oe! iii Si Olli luirloy,4i Cit tuasOdicnur £0 la tn £...

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PRELATES PUZZLED. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 8 June 1861

PRELATES, 1* UZZLED. /' Tho Book's heretical-of that _ . There's not tho slightest doubt, But though tho heresy is flat, We can't yet point it put. . Intently wo that Volume road, , Tot vainly rack our wits To soy whoro it gainsays a creed, Or on.a canon splits : But wo think it n vory bad Book, indeed, . ; At the root of our faith which hits. ' M .?. Wo'ro closely conning all our laws ' ?' ; And Articles, in them . To seo if thoro exists a clauso . . * Sufficient to condemn.. ; , Ono sentenco in those wicked works, i So clovorly refined, That their intent tho logio Bhirks, Of our collective mind ; ". And tho snake amid all that grass which Iurka Wo havo limited in vain tb And. Error was, in t)io good old. limes-_ : Ali! will it o'er return P- "" , A Bill in tonns, a substantial crime, " A matter that you could burn. Its authors now our grasp, liko birds, . Eludo with goosequill wings. . [ Wo ennnot catch them in .their; words, ; Tliufc flow so Uko Ibo springs '. '.'"." ..' Which re...

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SPORTING CHRONICLE. RACES TO COME. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 8 June 1861

SPORTING CHRONICLE. -00 RACES IO-COM1Î. Patrick*« Flail» ..'uno milt, 2(hh, anil 21«t Hriiri£ilee.July 2nd, 3rd, and 4th. Wiltisiforee.July loth. Hind wick Sfiiat ....«.Soj.t. lilli, 13tli, and 11th, QPrESSLiND. Rockhampton .billie ISth. 19lh, and sntti QaruJah .Tuno îSlU, iläih, nul 27(h TASMANIA. Third Aiinrolltto Champion Sinken .Dctorabcr Srd.

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THE BATTLE OF PYRMONT. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 8 June 1861

THE BATTLE OP PYEMOJOT. ; ' Saturday tho' Drat ol' Jüuc¿;T801,^wfll lio á'"dayjlón¡; ronieiiibercd by the hardy niountiiiuors'of tho '*-AV05teni Highlands of Sydney ; for on tUat'daytho colours worn presented to tho A. S. N. company, arid a battle 'ensued unparnlloiled in tho annuli of Volunteer warfare. Pre- parations on a grand scale had been mado to give erin/ to tho imposing ceremony, and impart ndditiomil splen- dour to tho "pomp and circumstance of glorious ivar.". Old Sol looked out with a smiling countenance upon tba scene, and tho " bonnio lasses" ot Pyrmont came forth in holiday attire to welcome tho " bravo defenders pf Uieir country. Tho bridgo eompnny wcro 'likowisd> lip'and doing. That splendid edifice," tho toll house,'and ibo palatial pilo opposite, the company's OAK-NM vv'oro super ly decorated, whil-t tho bridge itself vas togged out in limiting of every elimo und colour. On crossing wo found " tho Native Youth" on duty in full uniform with portals open-wido for...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 8 June 1861

. Mary Ann Elroy of tho Globe, jiged fifteen, diod > on Sntuwluy from the injuries recoivod on ' tho ; previous evening by tho nccidontal ignition of hor clothes. ThoJWio York San describes offence umdo.of.'Stioli crooked rails, thnt. every timo a pig .crawled through,' it ?çamo out on tho sonia «ide. .- » .. . . . I, Tint KihUKsT OP MaN.-A: shorilTs officer li n mon who never leovos another in distress., : I .., Tmnw-ia many a man -whoso tohguo-might goTom multitudes,, if ho. could only govern his tongue.- ..;

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MAITLAND ANNUAL RACES, 1861. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 8 June 1861

ITAITXiAJO) Ä3TSUAL HACES, 1861. Under tho Management of tho Northumberland Jocker . Club. ' TUESDAY, "WEDNESDAY", and THURSDAY, the 4Ui, 5tb, and 6th of Juno, 18G1.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 8 June 1861

rjADYEItTlBKjrEyT."] BONNY M TT D d E E. . j Ant-Bonni/ Dnntlee. To llio Liberals of Mudgee, 'tvrni Deacon who apoko ? " Ero tho cocktails do rei'm, tho liberals ranst crook ;" . "Then each Briton who wishes still to bo froo " Let him stick to the ling of truo libnrty." Como fill up tho shave list, como put down tho tpi, . Como principled mon and send your names in, Como men of tho West nnd Ictus go freo,* Tor tho cocktails nro reigning in bonny Mudgee. These cocks they aro crowing in orcry street, And gassing and blowing "tholiberals are beat," But the Deacon; says he, " we'll soon let thom BOO Them's courage yet left in Bonny Mudgee." Then HU up, «S.e. There uro liberals in Mudgoo and lands far away, As far ns tíio ilarwill and broad Castlereagh ; Thero uro liberals truo in all parts of the world Will support us ns soon as our bánnor's unfurled, Then JIU up Ac. ?Then help us trna liberals to start on our way,' "And soon you'll BOO liberty again holding sway ; 1 - - : And tremble y...

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THE SPIRIT 0F THE WEEK. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 8 June 1861

THE SPIKIT 0"F THE "WEEK. Politically mut commercially tho past week ha3 boon an exceedingly dull ono. Tho only event that has oc- curred, and ivr rthy of pnrticular notioe ms tho Ball nt Government House on Thursday in celebration of nor Majesty's birthday. About ono thousand guests were present, and thc arrangements mndc for their entertain- ment, spoko volumn* for tho munificenco and hospitality of His Excellency nnd Lady Young. We hoar that several young ladies and gentlemen have since boen suf- fering from incipient " disoaso of tho heart." Police Sergeants Hush, Keir, and Musgrove have boon promoted to thc rank of Inspectors : (ho ilrst named on' the recommendation of (ho Hon. Mr Hunt. James Sivier, aged 70 yearn, a wood carter, stepped from a load and broke his leg. A woninn named Nun wan found drowned nt tho Queen's Wharf, having (it-is supposed) fallen into tho wutor when intoxicated. A Uro occurred on tho premises of Mr Poster, No. 1', Raphael's building?, Princes-street. ...

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