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SINGLETON. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 4 January 1868

SINGLE T.O N. ....;. --— From tiie Times. ~ ' As. usual, on Christmas Day, the inmates of pur Benevolent Asylum were sumptuously feasted) by the liberality of several of our townsmen. A corres pondent sends us the following on the subject : — .'?Not seeing any remarks in your last publication, and haying read your leading article aa to our duty in making all happy on Christmas Day, I beg to say our asylum was not torgocten, tnanKs to our gene ? rous storekeepers. Mr. Moore contributed four bot tles of wine ; Mr. Lloyd, half-a-gallon of good rum ; Mr. Butters, a dozen of .porter ; Mr. Williami, half-a-dozen ; Mr. Cantwell, plums, currants, spices, tobacco, and a bottle of rum ; Mr. Kingstom gave flour ; the Mayor sent the best sample of fruit in his vineyard ; and with lots of '.neat in hand already, the usual solicitor had only to dictate to the above good folks, and there it was, as it always Wias been, provided with a hearty compliance.' We understand that,' in the event of a diss...

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THE SOURCES OF THE NILE. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 4 January 1868

THE SOU [JES OF THE NILE. V 1 persons beiOR pro, »t. The Bev. Mr. Bain 'S ?' I1 pied the chair, and u a few annror.i.;,.i» ? . ? ?- Ltruducod the vA^ff^^S^^W Iherov. lectuierpn coming forward, was warmly I received After scao preliminary remarkThe cofai -i .ueiiced the subjeebf J.is lectur/by Sh.dim' to the » chBcovenes ot- tlio iraented Dr. Livingstone who « has done so much td issipate the erroneous °Mb\wS I that hud BO lonir nnriul»/'l ^o ? *:.._ ? ? . 'ym™ « Africa, which up Was time was always belhftSi toVR ; be a vast desert 3ut it was not with Dr. Su* M ] stone that he intend to deal then ; he p«SSl \1 7 rather to follow tl.footstepa of two other ilLt S P ravellew-UaptaiSpeke and Mr. (now Sir 8u S IV baker ? Uw fonuwf whom had been called '*'S I suddenly through.n unfortunate acciden' -the I irr0p!u-ablolo39'ofvilizationnndCliristittl--!''|S'A-i I Kreiit problem whi these adventurous tl'/B, ,'| hud solved by thaduoovory of the sources'^. ,lie 1 mighty Ailo, hacUited the ingen...

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WEST MAITLAND. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 4 January 1868

WEST MA IT LAND. . From Yesterday's Mercury. ? AmurrEt) Suicide. — Mary Brennan was brought U. , ( up on remand, at the East Maitland police court, \ ' yesterday, charged with having, on tho night of the %,10th inst, attempted to commit suicide by throw ?^ herself into th^ river. The offence was proyea g^e evidence of konatable Crews and Mr. George ^y^Jj the latter of wttom, with Mr. JohnPatrlsk, tion. 2 P°or creatuie from her self-sought destruc - ' to Sieboh'fipd reside in West. Ma(tland.'., In answer ' ' neaiHy, anil prisoner b iid she had; been 'drinking i'^ 'j olL'SttV^«MgftN.no'1-r6'??ln''-er *n9 ocourrenco at ~ Vtap the petRJi-r^by the bench to, find sureties to, -oumOu— ieTBolv».3 of fiOod behavipnr fotlwelvo ' ,./ ^VtmaefauUt»aj-ndirwb's'iir«tieV~of-£10: ^SSt^^^M8itt8na e6°v Nabrow Escape from AcciDEifr by Fhie. — On Christmas day an event occurred which threatened to put a stop to all festivities on the part of some of the inhabitants of East Maitland. During the passage o...

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SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. PORT OF NEWCASTLE. ARRIVALS. JAN. 1. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 4 January 1868

[?] - PORT OF. NEWCASTLE. '''''' * - : ABR1VAL8. ' ? Vktory, brig^-WaBHey, from Sydney. G. Mewuon, mgIitt brig, 248, M'&lum, from Adelaiae?26tb? ilU O. HSfem! '«t, 182, Lon8Worthy,fromAdelaide,22ndUlt. Kbw^SerDSSn236, Hummoll; from 3Ielbourne.j 'c. Boberteon, »gen*.-'*~''.' C«mine,«flh., 190, White, from Dnnedin, I3th ult O.F. . Stoke* and Co? agents. .' ' ? '^ OkncM, ia., 169, Phillipi, froniHoldtika, 17th wi O. F. Btoke* and Co., agent*. ? ^ : v /; - . DEFAKTUBES. OatHerine Jane, bq., 377, Moultpn, for Melbourne, with,' WBoii*orS1fDql^20, Ward, for Wallaroo, with B00 toi«; «d«L O. Hiwiaon, agent. T : „ , 1 Blairmore, bria, 223, Cargill,' for Hongkong, -with 325 toni; CmO. B. B. WaTlaoe, agent. -.'-:''T'J Sana Black, bq.. 281, Hook,' for Melbourne, with 400toni ''sums bq.,^^eOreBory,forQedong,with450ton»coal. '? E. H. OrlenoD, igent, . ? — :,..'.'.'. - COASTERS INWABD.S. ; . -?,, .; - , FKOM SYDWBY. ,. ... I Jan. 1.— Jane, Secret,' and Alert. ../.,-: ? ? „ , C0A8TERB OUTWAR...

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DISTRICT NEWS. WALLSEND. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 4 January 1868

DISTRICT NEWS. ' [?eom bija cobeespondbst.] ? _/*? '' '-.: WALL8END. The Christmas and new year holidays excitemont in'^hit locality are about all oyer. Strangers who :. catna.from ihe different 'place's to stay a few days 'with cm have left for their-ffomes to enjoy the quie tude of their domestic circlea, and to inform those ?round them of -the different things that they saw at-tbo fecon'd meeting of the Wallsend Turf Club. Thi».'-ibmmui)ity for the last few weeks assumed Mmething like homogenity, the. past little differ ence! being oast into tho abyss of oblivion, and every am ?? it wnrA. Tiaa criv^n thai familiar bow of the - : 'head and ?hake of the hands, which appears to indi -. . cate that they are proud with their united efforts - being, such a great success. This ' will show Mr. ? Smafl; of Maitland, that Wdllsend is not the insig — i nificaut place he represented it to be in his max - vellous eoistlo, for we can say, and that with truth, ' ' that- Wallsend has' far surpas...

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COMMERCIAL AND SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 4 January 1868

COMMERCIAL AND SHIPPINB IHTELLIBEHCE. w The market for flour still continues firm, but with no -? livelihood of any further rise at present, Holder;, however, tire still asking £25 for fine Adelaide flour. Bran and pol lard are very scarce commodities at present, and) is not to be obtained at any prioe. ? Notw.thstandiug the extremo dry: ?^ neas of the weather, tho prioes of hay and maize still con-' ../?Sijvuont alow figure. Lucerue hay may be^quoted at £3 \ 2^-id oaten at £4. Some few lota have been sold at a sSS* JoT^Jneso rates during tho week. MaUejrtUl con t \«8 to «--/^,oer bushol. Potatoes, old, £5 to f fi ; niw, *-aree, and fetctt-Mpj, o{ ,m descriptions are oxjoeediugly /^SJ'^jK — — ^-^voj prices. . - r -r- ; -^Kf*''- ^-tt»(oHowing oxtrnot from'tCoKioirr Bepobt:— Wo ?S»ti}»* -'? ^W on the 23rd of Deo :— Coibxreport published ^*o^^Ev^^uthIWala8-, t0 tho' ^^n 'W'isfromNew.' ? f? -.'j/W^t^e ohance in rates havgi takon pilSa ports ^ltteX ',«w*v prptrashe Woodbine; an&J...

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POET'S CORNER. THE OFFICER. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 4 January 1868

POET'S OO RNER. - THE OFFJOBB. ' See 4 down the streot the B^ld^ern come, ; Before »ur door they'll pass perchance : . . My sister, do you hear the drum, ' -And see bow gaily they advance? What handsome, gallant men they are ! . . . ?- ', What loves in town they've left behind! ' ? We, country girls, though simpler far, AtnongLthem, husbands, perhaps, may find.' , Before fillet Rose, a bright brunnatt, A Comet passing in his place. Cried ont, ' In faith,' my fate it set, _-»?*' , : I never saw a lovelier face. . ? '? ' I couit her 'charms, I mark her well : . . Yc», in a year, this very day x wiju return, u snot nna boqu Permit, and carry her away.' 1 ' Ah, Rose ! that foolish tpecob you, beard, — * ~. I know it by your cheek's bright bloom, ?- , And now without another word —--** Yott-fackward turn into the room.' Since then, whene'er alone, sweet Rose Tell* o'er the words she thought so dear, ? Whil« for the unknown Comet flows, . . . A nightly prayer, A nightly tear. ? .-' A year...

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LATEST INTELLIGENCE. SYDNEY—Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 4 January 1868

LATEST Tiil JE'U,I BENS E.; : ? ? FBOM OEBVILLE's ^BLB6HAM COMPANY. ? ?«,,, SYDNEY— Thursday. ' Gtrlyle (has written, tov a gentleman in. a nublio position Here, expreosing hw .aPP1?™1 'f, Wpf *?' ciples of the kov-. Sout|j Wales Public Schools. Act. ,' Mr. Pemell, -M.P.J intends to leave -th* .colony by the ship Parramatta on a visit to England. , It is reported that Mr. Spinks has been appointed to the vacancy in the Cu-sMms department; created K« th« decease of Mr. Chapman, and that Mr. I*. * . Wiao is to be appointed Secretary to the Board con stituted under the Necropolis Aot. Another vacancy is about to be made in the Customs, owing to atide waiter. 'availing himself of the provisions of the Superannuation Act. -, - . , . , ?, Captain Sohank, the only pilot who was saved from drijwning on the occasion of the gale at the Heads when theJStrathdon was rescued from danger, The New Year'sDay Races at Honieb'u^h. ware well attended. . Why Not was the winner of the Prince Alfred Stak...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 4 January 1868

?&- .'7' u™t0HRONICLE, *f*jd£ NEWCASTLE w f .] .'--. ? PUBLISHED EVf ,. J JI ^'^ JT) ^ F HfLED NE SB AY and ^.w '?''?'? '.'?, ? ? ? ' It 'ION: »« ' terms o? suBscRiFw46Bi6a. per Qunrtor. BilinAaronoo ? i;':'!9^- M- do# ?T . Single Copies— 3d. o7 s l ' ' ^T»r, retfcl? has now been ,[. *''?? -NEWCASTLE OBROm 1? and ]lM t, laxg9 ttik. oT»° ™0 ^^D^por *W!?^_ ? — ? til ie#» ^VuBSDA* ana ^Mkgifl^BDNBSDA* vos^lr and ^EOBQfi TOLLY iCO^ABonts ? the Jv . Hivet New Steim Navigation . jafei^223^ — j — 'or^Ste;'-' AMA, NEW \E ALAND. ! fedto^V' .' anii : ,mAWv ,iviug.llH| ? , AI jIAN ROYAL Hlli COMPANY ??pbud'lHr(! (LIMITED.)! '' ' - lie jt| The Screw Stoauip 'id§l ' IT A I K 0 *Ji A* 'lS'yfB iBOl Tons KBBiBtor, GOCorso-power, Wttt w « DAKKB, R.N.IDommander, ^«'«&tr W- U appointed toVo ^AWAAf. k:^°#il Y *u WELLINGTON PANAMA, 13Hp;-tod4^ ?*?*.. if o «?'»?' 18C8- -mHP WithHorMojeSty'.a»l3. +htSr^W -:??? , 'n-ii n?T,adin(r/fi^s-at moderate rates, ?{1:JPM?^1£XP M^lWery, « good *sf .fa...

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THE INTERREGNUM. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 4 January 1868

THE INTERREGNUM.;: Sib 'John Ycfajyo, who for so 'many years filled the high and responsible office-. of:, governor to this colony, haB left 'it, carrying with bimi the esteem and good wishes ~of-aH. witlf whorA he; came in contact 'tin oughout his,, reign as 'Her. Majesty's Vicegerent In bis place we. are. daily; expecting the arrival of Eurl Belmore, who| hds been nominated his successor. Meanwhile; the. administration of affairs is entrusted to General' Chute, as commander of the forces. Thus we have an interregnum, during which. we are virtu ally without a ruling representative of the Crown. Parliament1 is also temporarily' prorogued.' This latter is a blessing of far too short duration. Would it could be made to extend over a more lengthy period ! For when our sapient legislators resume their onerous duties, what shull we: see? A repetition-of the scenes of the past few months, or quiet, gentlemanly conduce, comuineu wnu mi earnest- desire to' forward the interests of the colon...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 4 January 1868

Regis tr'e Maritime. OK INTERNATIONAL LLOYD'S. TH E UNDERSIGNED HAVING been appointed Agent at the Port of Newcastle, for the . ? . KEGISTBB JTAIHTIME,' rNTEENATK^UD LLOYD'S, u nowpreparedto SurvaydndXHosB Ship3 of all Nation* 1 .on the moM fhVornblo terms. U 1/n. H. GRIEBSON, / ¥ Scott-street. ?3T N-B. 'The ahJWoTtegiatry is being largefy and gonerally availnd of, anil a copy of the same, for the present year, can bo inspected at Mr. Grierson's office, iacott-strset. . my CTIOTORIA FIRE AND MARINE T INSURANCE COMPANY. ?EsTAU19iBi/l849. Capital ? ..VJiL/.. ? £20,0000. Forms of Application aid «U other information may bo obtained at tht'OOIcas of the Agents, ' ' / /It. B. WALLACE, Late Joseph Word & Co., 8*8 ? ?_ ? ' ? NuwcaatU. PACIFIC FIRE AND MARINE IN SUBANCE COMPANY, OF SYDNEY. D I HECTORS: J. L. MONTEFIORE, Esq. (Chairman.) H H. BEAUOHAMP, Esq. | J.fc. YO0NG, Eeq. HENRY PBffiOB, Ey^ | A. B. SMITH, Esq. Fire and Marine Insurances effected at Current Kates of premium. Age...

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LOCAL ITEMS. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 4 January 1868

LOCAL ITEMS. ; Tiik Poor Box. — The Court-honse poor box, when opened * few days ago, was found to contain twopenca, which large sum hail been eight weeks gathering. For the previous few weeks not ono penny was put into it. ' Mr. O. Goldfinch.— -Wo ntidcrstnnd that thisgcntlemati is nhiiut to visit Europe, nnd with tlint object in view has taken pn-t»nge»i for himself nud family in the splendid ship I'ananirttta, announced to anil on the 8fch of noxt mouth. Alit. W. T. Maykk.— We are informed on good authority tlmt a petition has recently been got up, and is now in course of signature, praying for the re-instatoment of Mr. W. T. May no (lute Rev. W. T. Muyno) to the office of the ministry. The petition in question will be ]-re«enteil to the next AVesleyan Conference, the sittings of which will take place at Melbourne. Mr. Mayne since his suspension by the district meeting hits been rexidinp- in the vicinity of Waratith. The Foiithcomi.no Elkctions. — Wo porceivo by out advertising c...

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ARRIVAL OF THIS PANAMA MAIL. NEWS TO NOVEMBER 7TH. DREADFUL EARTHQUAKES. FEARFUL HURRICANE IN THE WEST INDIES. EIGHTY-TWO VESSELS WRECKED. EIGHT HUNDRED LIVES LOST. i [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 4 January 1868

ARRIVAL OF THE PANAMA MAIL. News to November 7tii. DREADFUL EARTHQUAKES. . FEARFUL HURRICANE IN liBTE WFiST INDIES. EIGHTY-TWO VESSELS 'WRECKED. * ? ? _____ ' ' EIGHT HUNDRED LIVES LOST. The P. N. Z. nnd A R. M. Company's steam ship Kaikoum, with the English mail via Pana ma, arrived in Sydney on Thursday morning. Tho papers to hand contain full particulars re specting the frightful loss of life in the West Indies, earned by earthquakes und hurricanes. The following synspsis of .the detail* comprises the whole of the loading fncts : — 'On the 29th' October last, the Island of St. Thomas, belonging to the Danish Government, but recently sold to , the United States, thouuh not yet taken possession of by that country, was swept by a desolating hurricane. Two tine steamers went- dowu at their anchors, with nearly ftil hands lost. In all there were 79 wrecks, and at least nt honsand lives were lost. .' Four hundred dead bodies were picked up iu the harbour uext day. Houses all ! over the...

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NEWCASTLE REGATTA. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 4 January 1868

NENVCASTLETREGATTA. Tho above loug-oxpected and much-talked-m event caino oft', pursuant to announcement,' on Wednes day, and. on tho whole must certainly bo pronounced a decided success.- ThoTnanagoment of tlio ?ogntta being' in the i hands of gentlemen who have had much experience, we never had any doubt as to tho result, provided tho weather was fine ; and now that the all'air is all ovor wo must compliment tho coin ntlUnn im ImiTinr* jin*it*lfirl rill f. ft inrtllf. mmPHRaflll Itlifl agreeable mooting. The programme, as a matter of course, if not of actual necessity, was similar to that of former years, there being but little scopo for novelty with so limited a population. The starting was excellent, nud tho committee generally exerted themselves to thoir utmost to pleaao and entertain the public. The Bplondid iron ship Hurricane di'l duty as flagship, and answered the purpose admir 'ably. The accoinmodntion|ijn board was first-class in every respect, and tho suivits of the visi...

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HORRIBLE ACCIDENT FROM FIRE AT MINMI. THREE PERSONS DREADFULLY BURNT. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 4 January 1868

HOEKIBLEACCIDbJNTFItO.M FUtE AT' ??..,' .. . anraii. i '.THREE PBRSOKS DHEADFULLY BURNT. ' . . _ Fi-on onr Waluend Correspondent. ' . ' | intelligence has just readied town tbat a most frightful accident occurred at Miami, on Now Year's 'Eve. ? -The facts nro these :— A poor old woman;' named Moss, took n liglitod candle into a room where a child wns sleeping, for the purpose of clenr iiijf.out the mosquitoes, bo tlmt they should not dis turb the child. While the woman was in the act of aoing so ine mosquito curtains ignitea oy tuo name of the candle, aud, in a few moments, tho entire bed was completely enveloped in flame3. Tho efforts of tho unfortunate old woman were insufficient to extinguish tho tiro, and in a short time she got very much burned. At this juncture of affairs Mr. Moss fortunately came to her assistance, .and did everything that a man could possibly do to save the child and prevent the house from being burned down., In his brave efforts to do so, Mr. M6s3 got sever...

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LATEST INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 4 January 1868

LATEST INTELLIGENCE. ' The San Francisco Bul/etu anticipates that, when tho Pacific railroad is completed Sun Fran cisco will become tho terminus of the Australa sian steamers. . , ' The Brownsville /CoiirtV gives details of an awful hurricane ou the Rio Grande, from which (K unnn-n-u +liii+. flt_i*n iu y\nt. 11 . Ii-i Iti f-t f.inrt urn w*It htm not felt the terrible force of the storm, while tho majority of the business houses are in ruins'.. All the steamers are partially or totally des troyed. The .?Camargo and Santiago are sunk; the Col. Benedict, San Roman, Tnmaulipas Not 1 and 2 have their upper works and cabins dfP1 troyed, the Mittamorns drifted down the river and is now lying at the point wrecked j tho Tamauli pas No. 1, although badly damaged, is yet able to run. Santa Cruz is almost totally destroyed. Nothing is left standing but the house of Garibaldi, and that building is badly damaged. Tliere wWo ten per sous killed and twenty wounded at Santa Cruz. The destruction at...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 4 January 1868

^^-'^^ Christmas Presents. T A iTNiLS AND G 15 NTLT5MEN JL_f requiring suiEaWe-Etjsents for frionils iind rola '-''tions 8lionld pay a visit to thoTh^tajrapliio and Fine Arts Gallory, Hunter-street, Ne«;oastie-^»Si^ 63 J. AHDET, Proprietor; PORPHYRY WINES. ]\/f ESSRS. WOOJ|./fcl(bTHBBS. ANT) iVl CO. having been LiSpHnted AGKNTS by the Proprietors for tlio SALH( of tlio above COLONIAL WINKS, nro prepared t-f supply the name, in bulk . or bottle, in any quantities,' . '?» ^^'?^?v^^ Public Notice. A LL-€CPUNTS 1W THE ESTATE _f\_ of BBECfclMiBIlfchjf Brothers if not, paid by the 31st Doo., inst.,^viW*£placbd in the handsof , niy Solicitor for Collectiorf/^Vw, ^ if* JOTxHl_N.rjrjE, Per R. BreokenriBg^Agent. Newcastle, Dec. 24, 1807. ^'xl&V Notice to Tenants on the Burwood and other . ESTOSES, THE PllOFERTY OP THE. HON. JAMES ^S. BflTCIIEI.Ii. - ' riiHE D-#4)ERSIGNED WILL I bo at the .funettOiK^nn, on' TUESDAY, ana WEDNESDAY, this 7th iiudTSHfrvofJannary, from eleren till three o'...

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COAL. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 4 January 1868

V COAL. y- . . ,t : .The export .f coalhas been slightly^ «*W}«? S the ^dV3W™r ShangKai, 450 for Hongkong, and 430. tons M steamers and home consumption. ? _ . ..- j EXPOBT OF -OOAI from the Companies^ OffisU Ketutn. f oi the week ending 3rd Jan., J.808^ , o , Port' Shipped- to. ?^?^?t t:.3 '?- 1 V%.;$. 2^1 Hobart Town......... .....i':..'r ? °i\ M ? ? Batavia .:..............— ??? ?? ? ? }£» ? * Adelaide-.: ? ...... --jv ? ^ ? ' 'lOO Wallaroo.. ? v'jrt,,300 ?-:? 'fti ''; ? ' ,1W Nelson..........'...:....-'..^;11...... ...... 243 UUJ. .,.»? ? Shanghai ? .,!?.?...;,. ? 3J0 '.fo Hongljong ? ...... ..»?? ? ?. - ? ? ? 40° Steamers...'.;.. ..'.....'-. 142 ^Js-. ? .».» ???; ? ?? ? Home consumption. 08 Ho. ? * ? ? J r' ? Total ? J6SJ'683 ~,3355 2546 104S 882

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MEDITATIONS AMONG THE TOMBS. [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 4 January 1868

.'.filEDITATIONS AMONG THE TOMBS. A''fO''-The question of opening graves is likely to be ' ,)'j^com« a grave question. Lot not tUia approivch ,.|to a pun expose us to the wrath of the rovievwTrs, . Hud compel ns to duck out- heads to avow being Hjknocked over by a quotation — ' 1& , ' Has this follow no feeling of his business? '?ij He ihi^s at grave-making !' . |i|iB-. Yos ! we havo a great deal of. feeling — ftelings ujfof a very complex nature, ns \ve contemplate tho jl|'accumulating innsses of letters, nrticles, ' lines,' r..^^ ^*v«,' wj nuiuil iriir tauic let Albl/Ulult, Ull uctlilll^, . 'IjVith more or less pertinence and power, upon '|Pthe subject of n genornl cemetery. This subject', .^.it.may be remembered,' was disinterred from the \|T''grave of temporary forgetfulhess, by means of |. '|.:-Our report of' a publio meeting of those who L^claitn to he lineal descendants of tho uncompro *SjBi|sing cliampions of civil and religious liberty. ju^'ind equality. What shall ...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Newcastle Chronicle — 4 January 1868

DEATH.               HUTCHISON. — On the 27th Dec., WILLIAM THOMAS, the   beloved son of GEORGE and ALICE HUTCHISON — aged eight years and four month.                   The Newcastle Chronicle. SATURDAY, JANUARY 4, 1868.  

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