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TRAGEDY AT GEELONG. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 19 February 1876

TRAGEDY AT GEELONG. A TERRIBLE tragedy was enacted yesterday in Chilwell, on the banks of the River Barwon. At the bottom of Pacbington-street, is the residence' of Mr. Thomas Roadknight, stock and station agent, an orchard in connexion with the place is rented to a market-gardener named W. Stenton. About six months ago tbis man's son ran away from heme to sea. and this fact, combined with losses by floods so preyed upon S teuton's mind, i that it ultimately cave way, and three monthB ago be was brought up at the Gcelong Police Court and committed to Kew Asylum as a dangerous lunatic. By some means his family 'learned that his mental health had improved aud they made application for his release, which was granted by the authorities, though the man had only been confined in the asylum for a month. After his return home his manner was. such that his family were often in dread of the r lives, but beyond the threats he used no - actual violence. After dinner yesterday he and his daughte...

No title [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 19 February 1876

New Tiiades. — Mr. Frencli Las ac climatized tailoring, nnd now advertises that u first-class ' cutter ' is on duty at Commerce House. Sir. Woodhame, watchmaker, from Sydney, visited the ! town last wcebj and has decided to take up his quarters hero and will commence j business iu a week or so. . V bt. John s New Church. — The tender of Mr. John Itabbage, for the roofing and woodwork, has been acccptcd by the Build ing Committee, The walls begin to make a show, and it is expected will be ready for the roof in four month:;.. As the works ore now in. full swing, tho Building Com mittee have their hands in their pockets pretty constantly, and will be glad to re ceive promised subscriptions as soon as possible. Lecture. — Air. G. Rope delivered lecture at; the School of Arts on Tuesday evening, about 100 persons were present. The first part of the lecture was devoted to ' Freethought,' and in his remarks tho' lecturer went no further than do most who Claim the right to use their own jud...

COBABGO. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 19 February 1876

COBARGO. (From a Correspondent.) If I knew the difficulties I had to en counter in bciDg your Cobargo correspon dent-, I hardly think I would -have volunteered the task. The difficulties are — want of ' subjects ' ; we lead such monotonous lives here 'that it's impossible ; to -find one. The spell was broken last Thbrsdav by the arrival of an itinerant artist, who is on a sketching tour. He 'done' all Cobargo (inoil), taking in all the buildings, even to ' the little house under the hill.' He is now contemplating a visit to the coast for marine sketches, for which he expects ready sale ; and then to Bega; so don't be astonished if you should awake some fine morning and poping your head out of the window before removing your n:ght-cop to see how the weather is ; don't be astonished, I say, if he should ' do ' you too, aud exhibit your venerable 'cobra' at the book sellers. If our worthy artist could make the creeks flow (even in bis paintings), we would be awfully obliged to him ; bu...

BOMBALA EXHIBITION. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 19 February 1876

BOMBALA EXHIBITION. Wk gave last week a short notice of the doings at the 'great exhibition ' at Bombala, and now proceed to extract from the Bombala papers a more detailed account of the Show. The Exhibition ground consists of some five acres near the centre of the rising township of Bombala, the whole land securely fenced and subdivided into pens for stock, a ring for horse trials, a marquee for indoor exhibits, -and ample space left for visitors. The ground had been re cently ploughed and laid down with grass, but owing to the dry weather since this was done, the grass had not formed a sward, and the ground was dusty, and this made it very uncomfortable for visitors. A very large number of people gathered at Bombala for the event, and it is computed that 1500 were present the first day, and about 1200 the second. The gale receipts were some £72, and this, considering that the committee were extremely liberal as to passeB for all exhibitors and their assis tants, sliow£ that the e...

Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 19 February 1876

Church. Ser vices. Church of England. B I VINE SEBVICE will beletton Sunday:— February 20, Bega, 11a.m. Begs, 3.30 p.m.; Baptisms, . Bega, 7.30 p.m. ? ? February 27, Bega, 11 a.m.; H.C. Bega, 7.30 p.m. ! -j'7 ? -Collection for Church Saciety. Pbayer Meetings . Wednesday, Feb. 23, Mr. John Britten's, 3.30 p.m. Bega, every Friday at 8 p.m, ' I Wesleyan. ... SERVICE in connection with the Wesleyan Church will be held us folloira— - - February 20, Bega. 11 sm. and 7 p.m.; the Sacrament of the Lord's Sapper will be administered After the close of the morning service. Subject — morning : *! The Gospel according to Moses ' ; evening : ' The Dev il and the Pigs.' CM^eTo^pjn.11 a'™' } Mr. J. ?KVOsbomel Brogof°3 1p.m.a'm' } Mr' James Latimer. Kelson, 3 p.m. Februaiy.S7, ' Tantawanglo, 11 aon. Candelo,' 3 p jn. ... Bega, 7 pjn. -. / ; Wolumla(Mr.'MPaul'a) 3 p.m.— Mr. Jaggers. , £rpsbyterian. W® Bev, W. Baker will (d.v,) preach on * ^on Snnday „ February 20, Wolnmla,,ll ajn.; Bega, 7.30 p.m. . ...

Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 19 February 1876

! );?;? ::;j^bjppingv:^' w .oi-ij..: »- : uiiL&ii' at i/j-.'.-r j: i- .-I..- -'??../r . tg ' . ^niatFawtii,:Steain;^irAv3gatioii- :? : ' m ' ' ?SsCbmpRTiyV-:f.'i gill iui«i oill r.- w.vhz.'iv. ' -i Had; I ? ; -./r ;u:i % »? /, jSEKliY StpKirier: ' betweelr SIDNEY;' B1^»«rt'-Jds twiV YWd 'ji WhwJi, ' v':U;-ir From'SyDNET-JjeVfry; TCESDA Y-- ::ati9-a:rn.J Froiippk tnoroin^iu! Qnr.*Uri«NK^AnV.ct)$^gJ:9| , ;TAriTRAcac)iway,wcatiierrperinUurig; ijares flnd Freights at Very Low Rates. ji-ii NOjjCjjarjRfj, -niaclp 'jfeS* /^eKfe Burin)* fliV' ' voyages ot these' steamers. ' ' ' ' V Agents : Merimbuia',^rV Vi'iiceiitiiJroyyij ?! Etiohj-Mr.' ICeon - urtd at .Tartlirs, ., Captain (? Sergeant.! -oJ?::-. :.-yJ w .!?;?. '-wt -iv ;' Syjip^'VOh 7 yi. .T Vr. Mgay^:: ??, edJen;'-: knaJ 48BRpr: -»- . '/W -^«v: vr'i 1.1 t - .tl -1- . cTiftjo fsf ^rigaxi^^ V noted fOisj^fetftna^^Blarr^^agraj^TjU.iu . futoft'lBJBl ' BEGPLABLY^jbeyymiJ jSydqey;. and-Eden,£aUing-^T^hraeapli;tfajj.'? f ^ 'J,;, Forif...

SHIPPING. MEMMBULA. SAILED. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 19 February 1876

SHIPPprG, . mehimbula. . BAILED. February 13.— John Penn(s.), 200 tons, Cap tain Sheer!, for Sydney. Passengers— Cabin : Bon. W. Grahamfe, Mm. Grahame, Messrs, Hop. craft. Goran, WoodbamB, Muirhead, Wiltshire. O'Neill, Baddeley, Sheridan, Preston, Connolly, and 6 in the steerage. EXPORTS, Per John Penn — fit bales ?wool, 2 bales sklus, ? 2B0 cases mafcenn, 120 bags potatoes, A80 bags bacon, 100 kegs buttor, 9S0 cheeses, 361 bags bark, Collides, and sundries. ABBIVED. February 16. — John Penn (s.), 200 tons, Cap tain Shccd, from Sydney. Possengcss— Cabin : Rev. Mr. Carroll, Mrs. Curtis, 2 cliildren, and servant ; Miss Armstrong. Messrs. James Man- ? ninp, H. Cole, T. H. Jaggcrs, Cazneau, Herricks, Kelly, Pru^s, Castle, and 6 in the steerage. V. Brown, agent.

Answers to Correspondents. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 19 February 1876

Answers to Correspondents. I . 'Bee,' Bega. — The spelling is correct. * Wagon ' is from a Saxon word, aud the second 'jg,* though commonly used, is certainly ln- correct. ? 'If. B.' Bega, asks— Gnu B person fence In government ground mid impound stuck off it 1 A person bus boi right to, fence Government Krouud, and fccY'tamlv ci.u have no right to im- j ftotmd, Colombo. — Imprw emrttts do not bar 1 selection unless you have some claim to the ground. No one has any right to improve Go. vernmcnt land, unless a lessen of Crown lands or a holder under a conditional purchase.

LAND SALE AT THE POLICE OFFICE DEGA. WEDNESDAY, MARCH 8, AT 11 A.M. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 26 February 1876

SALE AT THE POLICE OFFfCE . BEGA. Wedkesdat, Mabok 8, at II A.m. Lot 4, per1 ion ]6« ; *0n„ jjarish Nnrira, (idjoi)i jng the nbi'tberu bouuaary ol portion 166 of 60 pcfes conditional pufcbftse. ood tbe eastern boundary o£ p rtion id ol '40 acres conditional ! feurehase. ^ ... l,„m nnrtion 209 : 81 a. lr., .parish Murra ?Sbriue, adjoining about i mile back from tbe left hank of t he Diy 'River, adjacent to the eastern ? houndaiy of A-.C-.^tcnhtitfaliO acres. No. 167. ' Lot C. portion 210 ; S2a~ 'lr , parish Murra Ibnne, on the western side of the road from Bega ?to Momyn, adjoining the ebulhern Soundaryof J5. F.' Ste'nneli's conditional purchase of SOa.,' No. U'4- ? Exclusively of a rode 1 cbnin wide. LotU. poition-212; Ctft. parish Murrn Sirine. adjoining the liortbcrji boundary of J. JIurphy'6 conditibnal pitrch n« of 100 acres, No. ,S?» Esclnsivcly of ft r ad 1 chain wide. . . Lot Ej'portjou 2^3:; 42a. ;2r., pa-.ish Mtirra hrine, adjoin'ing tlie eastern taundaries of E. . 'Turling...

Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 26 February 1876

Remembbahces of Dickens. — In the II ^vsPMlcd Household Magazine op o 3. H. ^iddnns writes of Dickens, whom lie knew !fnim boyhood,- and whose companion lie uscd to he. John Dickens, father of Charles, 'was . Sn tlie Admirally office, aud nnce a quarter camn down on duty to the Chat ham na.\y yard, where Mr.Siddon'e uncle held a similar, clcrksliip. Siddous vas )2, and Dickens 9,;. but llio difference, 'tho former says, was more thin made up by Charles's bright intelligence. Tbe seen es of their youthful walka were used liy Dickons il) liis I' Pickwick,' of which lie (tent Siddons a presentation copy. John DitkoDS lost |iis appointment in the Navy de partnK-qt through ma)vers:bn of office— at all eveotn, tlie adinihistrnlicn desired his dis-. missal for irregularities. At this point Mr. jr.qrpter, Dickens's biographer, lias been dis creetly silent. Being without a pension, John Pickens had to Bei-k hiB hread as a reporter in n police court, for which ho got tli'ee guineas a week. Hi...

OUR TELEGRAMS. COOMA RACES. (PAge [?] of the Monaro Mercury.) February 22. FIRST DAY. Maiden Plate: [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 26 February 1876

OUR TELEGBAMS, £r j.tx 'j - ^n±r£ -. VZ17.kn03.VL - -iQ KOlZOMtitiLyLTee SKA ,34SftSt»0 .ipj^^pA.te ?3« Maid'enli'iite : In 33c(8Dncebbxwt..'-:.;-L M '1 T T j If an ee&Mloji&xttSta-J la* e r,:;n $*-*?& 1 Kingph ? 2 ,.7i | ^ ^loiiBrfih^i «??,.»?» V; « »^« .««, /.^ « ,'- -3^ | SltJU Xi ^ihampa^ie Calces : -r- T j tzi -.;T-.,..rt | _ rmSfH5#N&^ * ?/ ^^^aro'-.ydgkiqr^a^H^cBi^^?.?^ j ? :? '; lu.i^Maia^by GjTUB1).!.,'..*..!: ^ ' 1 V- i t ???i «'i «T#tfo: '-???? ?' ?'.-i!! '~''t y' 52'--' ! -7J* I ^ ! «ar» id; ?«?? 'aty-WtfghtNrte';* j ro -now v:- i:.jf is ^ wi ;?--; Jiivr r::r» : rn-j ' ?' -j- r.M ? ? * ? ? ?« ?'.? ?? j ly j jg ! .«.:-SftUceboskV...:^..'.;.;ii.,;ii.i- ;ia2.v- ' '; Starfish ? S j The Hurdll'Bicp^eli,^ rough. | S taY ii sis. '«» * »?'??? i ? ? ? ? 3 * i^i'.'^Newjnaricet-.'. ./»v.;i«/.-v.i:.'.7I.'J-r2i'; . j Cooma Handicap1 : ? ? ! SilTerl^r-C^i ? 1 1 . Emgg^ .f7... 2 j ^ihce^ST Wales Stakes : ' ? ^*T ? 1 ? j » rapfi&rolfl Mtei the rai...

CONVICTION OF THE WAIN WRIGHTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 26 February 1876

CONVICTION OF THE WMSWfilGHaE. (From the^JPall MaU Budget, Deeembet v-3) The tri'al)of Henry and Thomas Wainwright for the murder of Harriett Lane, concluded on Wednesday night, after occupying the Court for nine days. The case fur tho prosecution closed early on Saturday morning, and Mr. Besley. then addressed the jury on behalf of rr ? ..Aw „ TKTSilCimtwir-Xi IRTfK.r.1*™ _ . secdtionf-Aaa faiKjSfo^Vove- tlife lufeittjt^ qf' the human remains found in the possession of 'hi s i lient'S§''T:1iosB -Ht^ttaTfi et CatafarmigbB; contended that, if this failed, there was no evidence which would warrant the jury in finding Henry Wainwright guilty on the seeondcountoftlieicdictmept, which rharpps . him wiTb tlje witKn^ inurder oj: a woman u'n .knpwn'Ji^Pl3BesTSyIjH'tf^(sted,'4i''-itll0lCjOnf the suicide of-a wpman^rougtit to despair by the prisoner, and' buripft'by him to avoid ex. posure. He then 'called1 two medical gentler menj who gave ^iT-PRJtnpn- that tltefdec^a6ed was a pereo^,'(W^io,...

Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 26 February 1876

The Treasury, New South Wales, ' .*] S8th Jannory, 187G, Contracts lor the public Service, COUNTHT DlSTBIGrS. NOTICE is hereby given, that Tenders will be reccivedat this office, until noon of WED NESDAY, the 1st 'March, on. account of the Public' Service, tha supplies' undermentioned, in 1 such quantities as may be required during the tvrelvc'calendar months, from 1st April, 1876, upon the conditions hereinafter specified. At the foot of every 'l ender there .must be' a memorandum, signed by tbe party tendering and two responsible persons ns paretics, agreeing to be responsible for the due performance of the -Contract in the event of the Tender being ac cepted, nnd undertaking in that event that they, will severally esecutp and deliver, within one month from- the usual Notification of acceptance, a bond to her Majesty for securing . such perfor mance, otherwise the Tender will not be taken into Oousidai afibn. No bond will l-e required if the whole supply will notexcccd £150. .The ...

Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 26 February 1876

-.-Jr:.' --,M YST-EBionp A'rFiiE At^Todlodse . ~k - ve ry rt&S if' fnyeteriooB 'aff ai r;i 8,«pbiJedfrom Toul oufe ' t-f-tt atlie InhabitontsioijwJijch^Uy.-wiiii realiBekhe' ^ itieanifag of Victor wHiigols 'iiinfieei^erTiiZe, '???i c'-pWfien^ne ^tabiBiObiirtU^ofcttlietCprdeliere ;r '-:f^dnTOrte3rdarmg tli^fitet fcHe^lution-into a .hhrrTj'!. wai ^urnt^€bwn in^S71V*'tfe C !-'i^Bpa'p'ed .desKbti0fl3%id^aB .-Bihee'lj'eeri used ' 'ioreignerot'distm'gaiBiied ap'pe£rlnce|,Bcdoni- , pauiedfby^is^eereU^^pJth wearing 'dfccora - is'. the t liis ?t-r;i^dB6ceat^e;etrTOger;J]a3;8tiip0cpnyefiation e.i s uismtfa J.hoananagerof .tbefaotbryt: wiio»rrjved i ?' ' rf ajattbe:'teoliolbsion 'that he ^tnristrber-ideeply 'C'i '-vereed^ri^oiriliBo rbattersi ' i/ist 3!ueaday lie a^afn1aBkM-.-for leave tb iascend'thejtowor for v hSmpel^afiaj'S^cteO'i 'bjnt' ja Hi '??few ^nin'n'tes C, ? .;the^firltVsnfa :,afentiqtf % jjy a if s { ^qg8^|n^iahfl ja| . , m, ic tt^SawI.ijro' iopi^ yJCalJUtng^to' he ^^ptiDd^...

No title [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 26 February 1876

The public ore already' -fairly familiar through the Press, with the provisions of the new Education Bill ; and it is satis-1 '-factory to observe that the comments iipon a measure of coch vital imporian'cb ..ip the ^ ivhole colony have hfeon made -with a -€pirit '^vVof fairness, and ^^po'sift but the best pp&ts ijf tho nieasufe. ' fi'it was no /^easy-Miasit' '-the Governni«jj; undertook. -There n was .then Scyua; f: 01 eecnlaiism on' tho^»ne«tiandvV :«M'ftiie notice I't^fied rU. the dato of tlio passing of * the Act shall receive 'any hiouey-'aid'' will bo altered at the instance of the advooates for religious education. The provision to exempt parents or guardians unable to pay their fees is tifcrdy tfhe : thin end ? of thp -.-'f Fre&V Wedge. ' ' ' -? ? ri ? -Tho^ttiprov^d position -of teachers, who. 'Will rank with other branches of the public service, is certainly a move iii ihe fight direction ; ;.but it seems an absurdity, to class f?a teacher at a certain sala...

To the Editor of the Bega Standard. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 26 February 1876

BfoTtfie Editor. of, the Sega Standard. Sir, — I noticed in a late issue of yours '-^pipet' remarks relative Tto,-^kp' JSphopl of, J&rtsl jB beg to Aay ihathIrentirely.cojn- ; cide with your views, viz., that the School 'of'ArtsriS at-presentr ?conductedj-is-iiot in; reajity a School of Arts, nor is it rightly iuuuueu lu taaii ueKiguuuuu. : , i I have been connected with similar in stitations in lhe olA-country-as-Schools of. Art, Mechanics- Institutes, -&c., and,. with- out exception, the first business .of every institution, that. I .ever knew, ..or.that I ever -heard of, was the formation of -classes fo^the 'instruction of its members ; the. support and working of the various, glasses being the primary functions of the society during its existence ; such existence would indeed be considered to cease through any failure in that particular. The usual classes formed -at -such com mencement would be mathematics, elocu cution, music and drawing ; other classes, grammar...

Department of Public Works, Office of Commissioner and Engineer for Roads, Sydney, 15th February, 1876. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 26 February 1876

T^Bartnient of Puijlic Works, Office of -CommMioner :and Engineer for Roads, i - - ..- - fivdnev. 15th Februarv. 1676. Bit^— Beferring to ?your?- personal; interview of thisday's date withthe Hononrable Secretary for Bablid-Woiks, I, have: the honor: to inform you that tendere'forthoeiectioo.pf-Bega bridgewill. fce invited^in' the yfaKite of 'Friday, the 18th instant. '7 r : - - -? , ; r '-Ihave the honor to be, ^iir, , . ' ^JTour most obedient/Servant, ; - WiLUAii . C. Benkett, -f* ^:'--k)iiimissioner and Eogineer for Roads. ?s jff.: -]la}ke,'--^sq;, MMjA-i .Victofia Wlni£ 'Sydney. ' ?'...iis-.Tc.: -j^. ? £~ = — Tuesday next will be-x Cou(trdAy« . ? Messrs. Ritchie, D'Arcy, Broad, 'End — M£(3tegor, should compose the Bench. TBM^RA^oq-SociKraF. — AJj^cpn-roitte,e . meeting, held on 'WCdnesanyj'it Vas de cidcd that the time had arrived for tho wilh^onibiojfj. tlij' J^^rjsqcieties ; with this view the honorary secretary uhdtnM'Dlf 'to -obtain -information on ihp subject, to be placed ...

Original Correspondence. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 26 February 1876

[?] Our columns are open to correspondence on any subject,iiE4fltercst, but wc in no-way identity ourselves with the opinions expressed.

POLICE COURT. THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 15. (Before Messrs. Wren and Peden.) [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 26 February 1876

[?] -^'{Befort McssrsrW.ren, and. Peden.) Feter 0 BaiES. was charged with -'using .insalting. .language, to. and assaulting Mr,;, M. C. Solomon, at C^uidelo on the ''l^th 'ultimo. 'The evidence showed that iin 'conseqncnce' of a dispute as to tlie-delay s-in: delivering^ some: cheese sent -byf de fendants dray for shipment, the defendant had used very insulting expressions, and* .that he had attempted to pull Mr. (Solomon off his verandah, -and cxprcsse'l a, desire :to throw- him into tlie creek. }~ '? Mr. ' Solomon and another witness proved thp. defendant's violence, and the , 'Bench fined' him in' a total penalty of £5 Ifis. -6d., remarking -that -the -plaintiff deserved' . the thanks, of the, -publio for bringing .the .case into c.o.urt^ as an effectual check to spch conduct. ,-. The fine was paid, ! T. .Ryan was fined. i£2 ..s^d' costfe Ifor driving' a lot', of horses - itt «uch a piace through the' *fetreets:; that the lives j of children' were endangeredt Vi Vjgi ' j i- . nuj...

To the Editor of the Bega Standard. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Standard and Candelo, Merimbula, Pambula, Eden, Wolumla, and General Advertiser — 26 February 1876

To the Editor of the Bega Standard. Sib, — -Allow me through your columns to 'apologise to .the friends who were Sis-,; appointed of my address 'on the .Jews, as [isdr^i^sed €or;Tuesday erening last. . — ? ^ 'The* ilijjhtly fee -Tor-1 'the usb - of the C-L .-V, r.t- aLa. V!01A ? ? i.1 ? L.'.J. ocuuoj- ivi :^rwi raioier uigu xur non-professional and not altogether popular ..lectures.. „ Jt having been hinted, however,, jthat I was-atraid and -had ^lothinjg after all to say about 'the Jews, I, Invite1 the; public io.mj; open-air' meleting,' as advertised' for to-morrow 'aftanoon: )(6onday .28th), when I hope to find something to say — free and open to all — not only upon the Jews, but also upon Sectarians, generally, -and —their religious .wars and controversies. ' ' l am, sir, * - . — Yours faithfully, ;; - GEORGE ROSE/: „ ; Bi^ga, February 24, 1876. '

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