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Miscellaneous. [Newspaper Article] — The Mining Record and Grenfell General Advertiser — 6 July 1867

Miscellaneous. The health of the Princess of Wales has greatly improved of late, and she is now pronounced to be out ofdunger. Carlo l'oerio, tho Italian patriot nnd cxilo is dead. King George of Grceco has arrived in Lon don. t It is generally believed that tho lives of | tho couviutud Fenians, Burke and Doran, 1 will bo spared, by the commutation of the : deulh sentence to imprisonment for a term of

Publication Title: Mining Record And Grenfell General Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
EPITOME OF NEWS. THE FLOODS. [Newspaper Article] — The Mining Record and Grenfell General Advertiser — 6 July 1867

EPITOME OP NEWS. THE FLOODS. Flood r* the . MtmnrMDTDOEB. — Tho Murrumbidgco roso rapidly on tho 21st insf; after much bad weather from tbo eastward, and on Saturday night, 22nd, it broke its banks, flooding into tho town of Wagga Wogga. By Sunday morniug, at 11 o'clock, tho flood attained its maximum height, which i was cquul to that of 18 W. Tho lower por- 1 tion of tho town is submerged, and tho houses deserted. Tho Bank of New South Wales had nearly two feet of water over tho floor. Tho river' remained almost stationary until Wednesday, when it began to subside, and has now (Friday) gone down about fivo feet. Two porsons wero drowned. Tho bridge s carccly vibrated to tho currcut. Thero has been little or no loss of property in town, but it is feared, as reports como in, that the freo selectors have sutTercd severely on tho fiats, and that lives havo been lost thero also. Woathcr, cloudy j but tho drift is oil from tho westward.—' S. M. Herald.' Tub Flood in tiib Loweu Hawkesduht...

Publication Title: Mining Record And Grenfell General Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Mexico. [Newspaper Article] — The Mining Record and Grenfell General Advertiser — 6 July 1867

Mexico. Lato advices frum Mexico represent that another battle had been fought ut Qurctato. resulting in the complcto deteot aud tho do mornlmtnm of tho Imperial troops aud the death of General Mtrainou. After tho lato battle it is stated that the city was ocoupiod bv the Liberals, and that Maximilian could not be found anvwhere. although strict scarch wus made for him. Lato Mexican accounts also state that the Liberal General l'urflrio Diaz had routed the Impcriul lorees under General Marque*, and that the furuier had occupied a part of tho city of Mexico, establishing bis hend-quirters at tho convent of bnnta Doiningn. und that only two squares uf the mam plaza were de fended by the Imperialists.

Publication Title: Mining Record And Grenfell General Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Mining Record and Grenfell General Advertiser — 6 July 1867

TEE ' MINING RECORD' GENERAL PRINTING OFFICE. IjlYERY description of JOB PRINTING -J executed at tlio nbovo establishment with promptitude, in tlio best sljle of tho urt, and at raodsrato prices, Plain and Ornamental Printing in every voriety renting Hill# Hand Bills --Catalogues . ||( . i^nmpwer/ *s r*- ( Jim Head* r. ♦ Cards Business Announcements Cireulors Law Forms Gold Books Clicquo Book*. Rccoipt and Delirery BoaVs 'Way Bills Orders from tlio country promptly at* tended to. J. C. DAYIES, ' OCULIST, CHEMIST, AMD DRUGGIST, BANKIN-STREET, FORBES. DAYIES' celebrated eye-lotion, forwarded to all parts of tlio Colony. 'T In Settles — 3s. (J-1., Hs,, and 7e. Gd. W.H.ARROWSMITH TENT & MATTRASS MAKER, GEORGE-STREET, GRENFEliL SIPPEL, BROTHERS, AMERICAN TOBACCO WAREHOUSEMEN, OEORGE STREET, GRENFELL. DR. J. W. FRAME, M.D., University of Glasgow, Lieentiato of tlio Faculty of Physicians and Surgeons, Glas gow, \ J^JEMBER of tho Medical Board of Yic Member of tlio Medical Board of ...

Publication Title: Mining Record And Grenfell General Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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REDDMAN'S FREE SELECTION. EX PARTE. REDMAN, TO BET ASIDE AN ORDER. [Newspaper Article] — The Mining Record and Grenfell General Advertiser — 6 July 1867

REDMAN'S FREE SELiiCnON*. [?] This was an application by William Red man iu person to set asido tin order of the Ronch at Grenfell (Frederick Dulton being tho sitting magistrate), by which ho (Itcd'. man) was ordered to remove from lands he hud selected in that district under tho Crown Lands' Alienation Act ; Spencer, a miner, claiming part of tho laud as a minor s ri^ht holder uuder the GohUOvlds Act, anil com plaining thut Rodman was a trespasser. Tho land in question, to tho extent of 120 acres, wus, it appears, taken up by Redman under couditiouul purehuso on tho 20th De cember, 18U0, and on the 1st January follow ing it was iucludcd in lands proclaimed as a gold-field. An application for a prohibition, heard bo foro Mr. Justice Hurgruve iu Chambers, had bcon refused. Tho following wcro somo of tho grounds taken by Mr. llvdman iu support jf his up* plication x That Frederick Dalton had no jurisdiction to hear and determino tho case, his (Hcdman's) titlo being in questiou. Thut h...

Publication Title: Mining Record And Grenfell General Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Mining Record and Grenfell General Advertiser — 13 July 1867

Wanted, A RESPECTABLE FEMALE SERVANT. Apply at tho ALBION HOTEL. Wanted, rLeaso a RUN, for throo months, within 100 miles of Forbos, capable of carrying 5000 Ewes. Open country proferred. Ap ply to W. R. HELY, Grcufell. For Salo, or To Let, THE SiffD'HOLLOW QUARTZ COiT PANTS REEF, Turon River, logo* tlier with .plant. Tho Eugino has a Ten Stamp Battery aud Chilian Mill. The ma chinery may bo sold separately. For particulars apply to T. H. GREEN, Skid Hollow | or to JAMES BOOTH, Exchange, Sydney. I £3 Howard: j T OST from Gronfell, a dark Iron-Groy JJ ATaro and Bay Coit. Tho maro is branded J near shoulder, scar on hind leg over tho fetlock. I Tho abovo roward will bo paid on bringing tho samo to HENRY'S STORE, Gcorgo-strcct, ? Grenfell. Safe Investmeut. InOR SALE, ono Half-Sharo in No. 3 ' South (O'Brien's Reef.) Apply to ROBERT ROSE, Thistlo Hotel, George £5 Reward, if Stolon ; £1, if Strayed LOST, a Dark Bay Horse, branded JSI on near shoulder, two whito patchcs on each sido of we...

Publication Title: Mining Record And Grenfell General Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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LATEST TELEGRAM, Sydney, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — The Mining Record and Grenfell General Advertiser — 13 July 1867

LATEST TELEGRAM, [FBOlt GBEVIHB AN'D CO.] Sydney, Friday, i Tho four children recontly lost at Dayles- I ford, in Victoria, havo uot yet beon ro. i covered. I In tho Assembly, on Wednesday night, ! tho Postal Conferonco arrangements wero I approved without a division. Parkcs proved boyond a doubt that Sydney was fixed upou as tho terminus of tho threo mail routes. Government announced thoir intention of inakiug thoir Uuancial statement early in Soptcmbcr. * . Tho ship Onward, from Slelbourno to Svduov. enmo into collision, on Suturdav i night, with tho ship Western Empire, from Liverpool to Slelbourno, with immigrants. Both reached port seriously damaged, but no lives wcro lost. Advices from Rockhampton givo favoura blo accounts of tho golu.ilelds. Tho last stcuiner brought 1000 ouuccs. News from Slelbourno states that threo boats, whilo taking passougors ashore ut Schuuppor Point, ou Wednesday, to see a prizo ught, capsized in tho surf. Eight por sous uro known to bo drowned, and i...

Publication Title: Mining Record And Grenfell General Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
BURRANGONG. [Newspaper Article] — The Mining Record and Grenfell General Advertiser — 13 July 1867

BUIUUXaOXG. [vuom oou ow.v cottHEaroyDEsr.] A public meeting has beon called by tho Polico Magistrate, for tlio purposoof devising tho best means of raising subscriptions iu uid of tho sull'ercrs by the rcccut floods. Tho meeting is advertised to tako placo to-night (Thursday), when I havo no doubt tho people of Young will show themselves in their truo character, uud nut as they aro paintod by tho hired scribblers of a metropolitan paper. In the presence of such u calamity, and in Bight of so much sufferiug so patiently borno by our fellow-colonists, even the conscionco of tho ' Waudoriug Koportcr' might be pricked, and ho would learn tn his future wanderings to draw less on his inventive talent, and ad horo moro (o soltd facts. Aud ' Peter Pick,' that 'great story-teller,' might also bo taught that truth, luid before tho public iu homely garb, is always moro impressive, nnd less demoralizing, than wholo chapters of rubbish teeming with scurrilous abuse of thoso of whoso hospitality...

Publication Title: Mining Record And Grenfell General Advertiser, The
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COUNT OF REQUESTS. THURSDAY, JULY 11. (Before the Police Magistrate.) [Newspaper Article] — The Mining Record and Grenfell General Advertiser — 13 July 1867

COURT 01? REQUESTS. } Thursday, Jet* 11. I (Doforo tho Polico Magistrate.) ? j Mozoudier v. Hollcsteu.— Claim £1 2s. ! 10d, for goods sold and delivered. No I appearance of defendant. Verdict for plaintiff Anil costs. Jainca l)can v. Louis Margules.— -Plaintiff claimed £S, as tho vuluo of ahorso allogod by hiiu to have been borrowed by defendant for a fortnight, und not returned for four months. Defendant stated that ho took the horse ot plaintiff's request, in order that it might be placed in butter grazing ground, lie had h j nover used the horse, 'lo be restored to the owner, no costs allowed oil cither side. Connelly (Ono Mile) v. Mrs. Fauny Sharp. — Cluiiu, 18s. Od, for goods sold and delivered. No appearance of defendant. Verdict for plaiutitt', and costs. Samo v. John Iwenna. — Olaitn, £3 10s. Id., for goods sold and delivered. Defendant's ? t wife, who appeared for her husband, said tho account was settled ot tho Sixteen Mile, by .- her paying halftho amount, Piaiutiil' deni...

Publication Title: Mining Record And Grenfell General Advertiser, The
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COMMERCIAL. Record Office, Friday Evening. [Newspaper Article] — The Mining Record and Grenfell General Advertiser — 13 July 1867

COMMERCIAL. Record Oillco, Friday Evening. There is not much change to roport in prices of general produce. Everything is a shado firmer in conscquonco of tho stato of ' tho rouds and tho consequent difficulty of : bringing in goods. I Flour still commands no moro than £12 to | £1S por ton. Tho supply on hand is at pro- I sent abundant, but if tho heavy rains continue, | wo may certainly look for an advance. Hny i and chaff aro quoted at £S ; tnuizo, Cs Od ; I oats. 5s. Fresh buttor commands a roadv salo at Is lOd to 2s i salt ditto, Is Od i chbesc, 7d ,- bacon, Od. Eggs aro very scarce, and would fetch 3s. In gonoral mcrohandiso prices aro much tho samo as wo last reported. . Tho stock of goods is heavy in our leading stores s and, considering our distauco from tbo metropolis, and tho high rato-of carriago, prices aro mo dorato. Blasting powder is very scarco, and : it, ia coiisoqucnco of tho increased work on i tho roefs, much inquired for. I Thoro is a good deal of speculation go...

Publication Title: Mining Record And Grenfell General Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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ESSENCE OF PARLIAMENTARY PROCEEDINGS FROM TUESDAY JULY 2, TO FRIDAY, JULY 5. [Newspaper Article] — The Mining Record and Grenfell General Advertiser — 13 July 1867

ESSENCE OF PARLIAMIJNTAltY PRO CEEDINGS FROM TUESDAY, JULY 2, TO FRIDAY, JULY. 5. Oil Tuesday, July 2, Parliament was open ed, and tho Governor's speech deiivorod. Tho only important announcement in it is that an amended Land Act and Municipalities' Act will bo iutroduccd by government. Tho rest, oftho speech consists of thVusual congratu latory paragraphs and details of things dono during tho rcccss. Tho addresses iu reply wcro moved by Mr. Huy in tho Council, and by Sir. Loo iu tho Assembly. Sir. Hay lmu dlod his subject well, as is usual with him, and expressed his opinion that thero was great causo for alarm in tho financial stato of tho country. Ho strongly advocated tho in troduction of Municipalities, so as to roliovo tho cctitral government. Mr. Leo, iu tho Lower Houso, reviewed tho stato of tho country, and regretted tho Customs dptics had fallen off so much. It was possiblo tho pastoral interest might bo in a flourishing state, but tho agricultural was in a stato of great ...

Publication Title: Mining Record And Grenfell General Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
FLOODS RELIEF FUND. [Newspaper Article] — The Mining Record and Grenfell General Advertiser — 13 July 1867

FLOODS RELIEF FUND. i CoSSiDEBiXQ tho calls mado upon tho bene toIcucc and charity of tho people of Emu Creek, the public meeting of Tuesday evon ing, and tho results that liavo followed, must bo looked upon as a bucccss. Tho occasion was ono which would induco almost any community to mako on exertion ; and wo ro joico to say that tho miners and traders hare shown that, amidst the vicissitudes of their life, and notwithstanding tho almost daily calls mado upon them to support works of charity and places of worship, they havo como forward promptly and willingly with their mite. Aro wo told that the £100 or bo, sent from Emu Creek, is a small sum to givo in such a cause? Wo answer that this comma* nity h&s been engagod during tho timo of tho gold-field being opened up— now somo seven mouths— to the prcsont time, in build* ing five churches and chapols, au'd a aubstan tial hospital. Other and settled communities havo not had to undcrtako works of this nature. They have not been...

Publication Title: Mining Record And Grenfell General Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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TO THE EDITOR OF THE MINING RECORD. [Newspaper Article] — The Mining Record and Grenfell General Advertiser — 13 July 1867

[?] Sir— I am ono out of a numerous class who am nonrly ruined by tho loss of two vatu ablo draft horses, and I am glad to sco in your journal of last week that a pound is to be established at Grenfell. If wo had a pound here, tho chances aro ten to ono my horses would bo run in aud I could get them for tho amount of tho pound foes. As it is, I may walk and rtde over tho country for days and months, and not got them, though thoy may bo close to the town. My case is thut of dozens, I may Bay, on this gold field. 1 hope for all our eakos thcro will bo no further delay. Your obedient servant. A SUFFERER. Why do you not publish the impoundings f

Publication Title: Mining Record And Grenfell General Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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ARRIVAL OF THE ENGLISH MAIL, VIA SUEZ. NEWS TO JUNE 14. Rumours of another Fenian Invasion. The Emperor of Mexico taken Prisoner and ordered to be Shot. [Newspaper Article] — The Mining Record and Grenfell General Advertiser — 13 July 1867

V- ,;yAllRIVAL ENGLISH MAIL, \ . VIA SUEZ. | NEWS TO JUNE 14. j Rumours of another Fenian Invasion. The Emporof of Mexico taken Prisoner and ordered to he Shot. The P and 0. Company's steamer arrived - at Adelaido on Tuesday last, bringing the English mail with news to Juno 14. .Tho Quoon is still residing in Scotland. Tho health of tho Princess of Wales con* tinuea to improve. Tho Prince of Wales has gone to Paris to witness, tho Great Exhibition, aud has been j most enthusiastically received. Princo Alfred has joined his ship, tho Ga latea at Marseilles, aud will visit Australia. Almost nil t/io sovereigns of Eurspe, with the exception of Quoon Victoria, aro visiting Paris. Lord Derby is still in ofllcc. Mrs. Chisholm has received a ponsion of £100 per annum in recognition of her philan thropic exertions. Tho working-men of England havo sent their thanks to tho French Emperor, for his encouragement of industry. * 1 Mr. Pcabo3y is nguin'ln England. ' I Jefferson Davis has gone to C...

Publication Title: Mining Record And Grenfell General Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
CORRESPONDENCE. [Newspaper Article] — The Mining Record and Grenfell General Advertiser — 13 July 1867

CORRESPONDENCE. [Wo dd not noccssatity endorse tho opiri- j ions expressed by our dorrespondcnti.1 [?] Sib— You published my letter about tho Court-houso a week or two ago, but I don't boo anything is done yot. Thank God tho hospital is open, and so wo can go in thero wbou cold and fever scizo hold of us through having to stand in tho cold and biting wind for hours. My husband cays I'vo no right to go writing to tho papers, but ho, liko all you men, grumble, but do nothing. A pretty way wo womon aro served on this great gold field, as you gentlemon of tho press call it. I had occasion to co to register my little child tho other day (I suppose a respectable married woman neod uot bo ashamed to speak of this duty), and how many times do you think I called ? Why eix, and now it is not dono. I was told to go to tho bailiff's office, but I can't sco hiin, co when I may, and if I don't register tho baby in tho timo I'm to bo Ono d I don't know how mu;h ; as if a poor woman had not enough ...

Publication Title: Mining Record And Grenfell General Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Mining Record and Grenfell General Advertiser — 13 July 1867

T: E. iTSH'Ell, 5 HOUSC AND SIGN PAINTEli AND DECORATOR, NEXT COHEN'S HOTEL, OAMP-STBEET . J. P. TAYLOll, . GENERAL STOREKEEPER . GEORGE-STRKET, Gil UN' FELL. LUCKNOW 11EEE, WOAJIPBELL begs to announce to the ? publin thut ho has openod a First* class KKSTAl/A AiVT on tho Luckuow Roof. . Attached to the Restaurant is a BUT CHERY, where Beef, Mutton, and orcry* thing else in tho trade, may bo obtained at Quality— tho best in the District, and sold at prices as low as any. other house. ORIENTAL BANK CORPORATION, EMU _CREEK. HI01IH3T 1'IUOE GIVEN FOR GOLD. Drafts issued on tho chief towus of New South Wules nnd Victoria. Cheques Collected. Currcut Kates of Interest allowed on Fixed Deposit*, aud all 'other Banking Business truusuuted. . ; L..M«LEAN, ' Agent. J. & D. M'DONALD, N E;w S AGENTS, Ncit Door tliti Alulcu Hotol, Goorgo* street. EV'Sl'EC'i'FULLY inform tho public, that they uro propured to supply them with the following English nnd Irish newspapers and periodicals, imme...

Publication Title: Mining Record And Grenfell General Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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EPITOME OF NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Mining Record and Grenfell General Advertiser — 13 July 1867

EPITOME^ OF NEWS. Two-Midb Rusn neah Mpdoee.— -Wbilo on tho subject of theso diggings, wo may ro mark that tbo reports In town aro not so fa vourable, It may be said that not abovo 40 or 50 claims aro really on payablo gold at present, and tho ground is turning out re markably patchy. It is said that a remune rative claim was struck about a mile from tho present workings, and thcro is no doubt of tho fact i but wo adviso no man who exDccts to mako moro than wages to try the field with present prospects. Things, at prceont,.are in a most unsettled state, and tho majority of miners are waiting moro to sco tho results of tho labour of others, than doing much them solves.— Mudgoo paper, July 5. Wbeck xeab Lake Macquabie. — la a previous issuo wo briefly mentioned that a schooner was ashore between Bird Island and Lako Macquario. Wo have now to re port that tho stranded vessel was tho Catho riuo Hill. The schooner went ashoro on Fri day, 21st June, 'and, as will be seen below, two of tho...

Publication Title: Mining Record And Grenfell General Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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GRENFELL MINING REPORT. [Newspaper Article] — The Mining Record and Grenfell General Advertiser — 13 July 1867

GRENFELL MINING REPORT. Tho Reefs.- Tlio discovery of such a num ber of apparently payable reefs so rapidly after each other has had tho natural cfl'ect of making reefing tho popular occupa tion, and quartz-reefers thn aristocratic divi sion of the mining community. Ono of the lutest discoveries 'reported to tho Commis sioner is a reef situated about ouo inilo oust oftho Biunduh Creek, and ono and a half miles north-easterly :iiom Mr. Wood's sta tion. Mr. Mylccharano applied for a lease ol ti ucrcs on this reef on Mcsnuay last, and stated his bcliof of payable alluvial ground ? iu tho neighbourhood, vrblch hus not yet been prospcctcik— No crushing has rcccntty taken place from any of tho -claims on O'Bricn'a Reef. Tho full cemphAont of mcu aro at work in tho prospecting &nd in No. I ' ? north and south. no chungo to re port in tho character oAkIio etono— which is excellent— iu either of thoso claims, nor iu the thickness of tbo rcof, which appears to rango from four to eight...

Publication Title: Mining Record And Grenfell General Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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MISCELLANEOUS. [Newspaper Article] — The Mining Record and Grenfell General Advertiser — 13 July 1867

MISCELLANEOUS. . Ladies Not Admitted.— Tho Society of Apothecaries havo closed tho. portal by which Miss Garret, tho only English female medi cal practitioner, has beou onablcd to enter tho profession, Tho threo young ladies, whoso success at tho preliminary Arts oxami* nation of tho 8ocicty wo lately chroniclcd, will find it necessary to adopt somo other, nnd us yet undiscovered, mode of obtaining a medical diploma in this country, if indeed thoro _ bo uny such means, Tbe Court of Exnmincrs havo roiolycd that they will not rcceivo nny certificates' of lectures or of ana tomical instruction ' delivered in privnto to particular studouts, apart from tho ordinary classes of recognised publio medical schools. It is, of course, impossible for ladies (o carry on their mcdieul, snrgicul, und uuutomieal studies in mixed public classes | and this re solution amounts, as it is avowedly intended, to an exclusion of femalo candidates from tbo only medical diploma hitherto opon to them. Besides ...

Publication Title: Mining Record And Grenfell General Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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A POLITICAL SQUABBLE. [Newspaper Article] — The Mining Record and Grenfell General Advertiser — 13 July 1867

A POLITICAL SQUABBLE. [Scbxe,— A dining-room, overlooking thohar hour. At a tablo covered with wino and desert aro seated J. M— n, H. 1' ? », J. B. W ? n, aud E ? r-J M— x.— I say, W— n, pass tho wino j if you don't driulc, dou't kcop it from E— — r. Well, thank hcavou wo'vo got over that little business of tho spcccli, and tho fight for tho chairmanship. What a furco this ull is. What about the Laud BUI ? W— — N.— I dou't altogether liko tho look of things; that was a monstrous close run, and thou to be bcaton ut tho commoncoiuont. I 1 say, M— n, would it uot bo as well to Jill I up the Iuspcctorship of Prisous. | E— r. — Not at alt, my boy. No hurry j wo shull livo out tho sossion, never fear. You'ro iu tho ship, aud must sink or ewirn with us. M— — x.— But about the Land Bill. Put that right, and you all know wo'vo a good majority. What do you say, P— — b ? P— — fl.— Well, I dou't know. Your ma jority is good enough if you got it ; but whut about tho country. It s a ticklish busi...

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