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The Courier. SATURDAY, DECEMBER 11, 1830. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier — 11 December 1830

The Courier. SATURDAY, DECEMBER 11, l830. Arrived yesterday the 10tlh inst, the brig   Dragon, Capt. Taylor, from ,New Zealand willi a cargo of flax and timber, Passenger Capt.-Briggs. Saftie day the schooner .Prince-'Regent, Capt.'Hassell, from Launceston, wit 1^300.0 bushels wheat, and 15 casks butler. Pas- senger Mrs* Westbrook. ^ ' Sailed on Saturday the 4th inst, the ship Southwoitb and the brig Resource,, the par ticulars of which we gave in our last. The George, Capt. Rattenbury, i« equip- ped for the sperm fishery, and on the point of sailing. ".-."??? ; The Elizabeth, Capt. Swan, for Sydney is now clearing at the custom house, and will sail to-morrow. Prime samples of wheat continue to fetch 7s. a bushel, although some ha's been sold at 6s. rjdi, but on thc whole, very lillie is tiding in the public market, the attention being chiefly directed to the supply for lite Com- missariat. The result is not yet distinctly known, but we regret to learn that many of t hp...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier — 11 December 1830

MR. MALCOLM takes the liberty of inform - ing his Friends and the Public that his Academy will open for a limited number of young Gentlemen on the evening [?]th of January 1831. Terms- £25 per annum. Macquarie River, 7th Dec. 1830     " FOR SALE, ,: ' ;¦''"' ] A quantity of pura bred Saxon RAMS, the Frounce of Kaysrr aud Lull, froni tile jflpcksof Mr., Gilie* and Mr, Horne. ...'?. . Application - to be made, at .Goodwood mar Perth, or Chiswick near Rou. . Abill'at o month*, or stock at a fair valualjoa, wilt 4i«,received inpayment., PURE MERINO RAMS. j FOR Sale, at Wanstead,. Campbell town, 100 pure Merino Rams, from the flock of* the, Marquis of Londonderry and Mr. Henty. : ' .'''"' TE. MANNIN6TON hep to inform his ? nuraerons Friends and the Public that he has this day reduced the price of fine FLOUR to £i0 per ton; Second. j£l8 per ton; Thirds £15 per ton. Sharps los per rwt. Pollard los. per sack, containing 125 Ihs. Bran 7s. Od. per sack, containing 10...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier — 18 December 1830

THE 6AZKTTE OP THIS DAY. CONTAINS. \. C-GOVERNMENT NOTICE; No. .823,Colonial T SecretsTy's Office, Dec. 15> 18*), Certificates of freedom have been granted to th* «a dermentioned persons:? , James Hiomas, Si2, Sir Charles Forbes. Charles Waite, 688, Phoenix, 2. Peter Macavoy, l9i, do. John Sinclair, 610, do. 'George Handley, 603, do. . John Kent, 183, do. ; Thomas Huxley. 698. do, ¦ ' ' James Tomer Vincent. 31, Lady East. Richard Mariner, 514, do. James Fahey, 568, do. Henry Helps, 64*, do. Thomas Brookhill, 088, Slr Godfrey Web- ster. ' Charles Thorpe, 267, do. Wat thew. Gardner, 328, Atlas. "Elizabeth,Gunton,6, Friendship. William Lewis,' 146j Caledonia. John Wayland, 409, Competitor. Thomas Wilson, 594, Chapman. Charles Fisher, '255, do. Thomas' Hague, 379, Claudine, fiary Mort,'29, Providence. By His Excellency's Command, J. BURNETT. .- 1 GOVERNMENT NOTICE, No 826?Colonial Secretary's Ornoo, Dec. 15, 1830. ..Tli? Lieutenant Governor has been pleased to grant the undermentione...

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ODE TO THE QUEEN. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier — 18 December 1830

ODE TO THE QUEEN. God save Queen Adelaide! May flowers that never fade Grace England's Queen. May every virtue shine Round her as light divine, And as a wreath entwine,     To deck our Queen. Long may our Court and State Be ever good and great, Graced by our Queen.     Long be this happy isle   Free from rebellion vile Blest in her fostering smile, God save the Queen ! O may each joyful throng Join in a loyal song     To greet our Queen.   Haste then ye British fair, With harp and lute prepare This strain to fill the air, God save the Queen. It is said Mr. O'Connell will have no chance of being again elected for the county of Clare.   Mr. Isaacs, the celebrated comedian and singer died in July last. He was blind for some years before his death.     Mr. Hume has given up the Scotch bo- roughs, and starts as candidate for Mid- dlesex. &...

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ALGIERS. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier — 18 December 1830

ALGIERS. .Admiral Du per re's despatch, dated before Algiers, July 3, states that the whole fleet ?was that Gay engaged lor two hours under the continued tire of the enemy's artillery. Another, dated July 6, stales that the anny ol Hie King hud triumphed, and that the French flag was-, then flying on the forts ami .palaces of lite Dey. 'Ihe question 'agitated foi three centuries is I luis set at rest. All was ready before day-break on the 4th. -At 4 (''clock in the morning a rocket gave thc signal, and the tiring commenced: that of the enemy teplicd for S hours with much briskness. Thc Turkish gunners, though the wideness of the embrazures left them al- most wholly exposed, remained bravely at their posts, but could not long contend against the skill and intrepidity of ours, whom General La Hitte animated by his ex- ample and counsel. At 8 o'clock the firing ef Ihe tort was silenced ; that of our. batte- ries continued to ruin Iheworks. The order to make a breach had been given, and...

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(From the Times). [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier — 18 December 1830

{From the 'limes). It has become a question?highly inte resting, no doubt, but not yet ripe for satis fat toty set t lenient - to what extent, if ul all, In's Majesty's ministers ure likely to he | strengthened in the Parliament now forth- coming. Certainly there is no administia tion within our mernot y which held office | anti ca.tied on the ;i1Tmiis ot state with such small inajotiucs in both Homes us that ol' the Duke of Wellington since the opening of | thc session now, us we may say, expired. He have often, however, staled it as our I sincere opinion, that provided a government could keep the wheels of state in motton, the weaker it was iu Parliamentary numbeis, the mure desirable would iljvbe that such un administration should contiuW. A coa- lition ministry, which combines the bulk of j two great paitie3 within it, is generally vici- ous Irom a double cause. Its members for the most part differ on political measures, and conciliate each other by a mutual com- plaisance in wh...

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NEW ZEALAND. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier — 18 December 1830

NEW ZEALAND. While the brig Dragon was lying at New Zealand, there were between 50 and 60 Bri- tish vessels at different harbours of the Is- land, all eagerly seeking cargoes of flax or busily engaged in whaling speculations. Flax was consequently very difficult to lie obtained. The islanders, if possible,appear to be growing more ferocious thau ever among themselves, owiug to the introduction of fire'arms and ammunition in the way of barter by the English. Ii appears that Capt. Briggs might have wholly loaded ihe Dragon with flax if he had chartered his ves* tel to one of the native chiefs for the pur- pose of carrying himself unit army to an ad- jacent island, in order that they might take revenge upon a hostile tribe who bad two years since treacherously murdered one nf the finest chiefs of New Zealand. Upon Capt. Briggs declining the ofter, another ves- sel accepted the charter, and transported 'the chief and his army, who taking their enemies by surprise, killed about IOU, dest...

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The Courier. SATURDAY, DECEMBER 18, 1830. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier — 18 December 1830

'The Courier. SATURDAY, DECEMBER 18, 1830. Arrived on Sunday the 12th instant, the Bark Janet lzat, 229 tons, Capt. John Poe, from London July 23, Cape of Good Hope October 17, with a general cargo of goods. Passengers Mr. and Mrs. Landar, Mr. and Mrs. Symmonds, Mr. and Mrs. Blackman and 3 children. Mr. and Mrs. Large, Mr. Oxford and Mr. James Brown. Arrived on the 16th, the colonial seimon er Industry, Mr. Richard Griffiths, master, from the Straits, laden with 500 skins (seal). Sailed on Saturday the 11th inst, the brig George, Capt. Rattenbury, on a whaling voy- age.     Sailed on the 15th, the Elizabeth, Capt. Swan, for Sydney, with a cargo sundry mer- chandize— Passengers Mr. Speed and Son, Mr. and Mrs. Solomon; and the Bombay, Capt. Dare, for Launceston, to fill up for London —passenger Mr. John Brown. Sailed on Thursday the l6lli inst, the co- lonial schooner Enterprise, Mr.T. R.Gavey, master, for Oyster bay .and Sydney, with 100 tons potatoes and 1 ...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier — 18 December 1830

WANTED to borrow, One Thousand, or One Thousand Five Hundred Pounds, to lie se culed by 'Mortgage.npon.one ot the finest Estates In the C»ltmv. Apply, by letter, addressed tor M. U. at the Printer's.' WAISTED to Rent for a term of years, by nn expelienred agriculturist, a good FA KM, on moderate terms, with slock, a comfortable dwelling withsuitable outbuildings and within . len miles of water carriage. App icati.ui to he made and paticulurs known by applying to thc printer of tl.is paper. ?¦_ WANTED, '..'*' A Working Overseer, who must be a pood ploughman and seedsman, aud produce les tiuiouials of character. Appty »t the Courier Office. THE undersigned beg leave ' respectfully to apprise their friends and tbe public, that tfiey inteid on.tlte fir»tof Jnnuary, 1831^10 com- mence business*us,Butchers,at the shop-!!! Eliza- beth street, at present occupied by Mr. W. T. Stocker, and by keeping a constant supply of good fat meat, hope to mei it a portion of their kind patronage. V CLAR...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier — 18 December 1830

A HOUSEKEEPER WANTED. WANTED, a' respectable Female,' who bas come free to the Colony t> undertake the charge of a gentleman's family in Hobart town It will he in oes-ary that she sli'iihl under.stind 'lie managi'-nirnf. of servants, an elderly, pers'ui would be preferred and none need apply who cannot give unexceptionable references as to cha- racter, & c. ... - For fnrt.ln i particulars arjpjicatinii is to be made in writing to Dr. Ross, Liverpool,st. > ' WANTED; '.'' .' V"' 'f.... AN active free or ticket of leave man.wbo tin dcrstand' sheep,, io take thcmanagement of a flock of improved ewes., tie must dc able to give references for bis character.. Apply to Mr. ..Wm. Archer, at Brickenden, Norfolk Jplains. *" A GENERAL SAVINGS' BANK ¦-, WILL he opened at the Commercial Hank on 1st Januaiy next, .for. the benefit of the Public. The riavinps' Bank will be open every Saturday and Monday for the receiving of. deposits, and on the latter day fur the rc-payment of whatev...

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THE KING'S SPEECH, [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier — 25 December 1830

rn $®&i m ^3&! PHfcJHKG'S "SPEECH**, WJ&Wffldy 23.?Preparatory to the #lvKing'f j>roroiiuing Parliament in person, the cjr/s.iiost>4exj:elMive improvements were made in ^^ihe^tfttefre*nt part s connected with the House l^^o^^n^nKthrnuglt which his Majesty passed lIpspn^huVSvaN to the throne. The Long Gal Jpf^lery was studded wilh chairs fur the uccom <" mudalion of ladies. In the Painted Clnirn :"¦ "ber platforms were erected for the same pur ? pose, and every spot where it would bepossi ? Ide to catch a glimpse of his Majesty was crowded with the first rank and fashion. So great was-the. anxiety displayed, that long iiefore 12 o'clock the doors of the House and all the avenues were thronged." At ten minnies before 12, both sides were crowded with peeresses, dressed in deep mourning. The lords appeared in full robes. His Majesty arrived at ten minutes past ;*twp o'clock, and took his seat on the throne, , accompanied by his usual state ulteud...

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FRENCH REVOLUTION of I830. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier — 25 December 1830

FRENCH REVOLUTION .of I83Q. ??The arrival.of the Clytie, willi prisoners from ' England, lias brought us tue news if tthis'nieinorittjle event. Che tale addles* ol tlie, fchljnbers'lp lite King of France, and' its rVjevtjoii hy liitu have already been al Itxied lo iiml couiim-iltrd on by tts, as well ?a's fIt^jjinlisfquent diasolutinii i-f the .pnrli.t inent^iiil the Iviny's appeal to the ration. These appear to lia ve been the great notes of preparation for tua impend t£ revolution. v\v_ -' '..."'* " Its Imtnedkte approachi wan, however, hasU; ai erred' and;sHrawn ' upon' himself by two veryj ai ill.advised1 and illiberal /sjeps' taken by bim' al et,, the recommendation oi the principal pi members of bis ministry, namely:?Polignac, -in the president;-Chantelauze, keeper of the P seals ; D'haussez, minister of marine; Mont-; tl bel, minister of finance ; Guernon Ranville,f tl minister of ecclesiastical affairs, and Ca- cl peile, secretary of state for public works. si On the re-elec...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier — 25 December 1830

T"" ft'E ? DER^V KNT BANk^Vantpidl One or Two SHARES. Apply tb the Piiriter. !"?.¦:..'?' AvHOUSE-KEpPER .WANTEp. ; ' iillJAWTEDi a respectahle Female, who, lias TX come free tb the eulong to nndertHke . ,the chargeof a gentleman's family in Hobart'town It will lie^necessary- that 'she JBhualtf v «!»derstand "'"the njanagfinicril' of s'ervarijsy an'elderly ^person Votdd be preferred, mid none need apply who cannot B«ve unexceptionable references :as to ;ch* '- -racter, Ste. ?¦<¦:¦:'":''" .-::r.'k'i';' ''¦:¦¦ ? ?.,;¦,;' '.'?;'.':." ' . For. fiirlln r particulars application is to lie made 'Jin writing to Dr. Rbs8,:Liverp'bol-st.: >^;v.-'!.-' : - -,.?¦ ': ? ' '.vWANfED,-^'. :-'>.'/.¦? Vii:: '*¦¦¦. '< ¦¦¦ A N active free ortickct of leave niau.-wlib un » f J\. dcrstand?y^sheep, <0;take. the management "* of a flocic of impruved ewes. .? He nrosVbc-able.to give references for lits character;"'' ;'*;Ti' ';' - >i! ¦. Apply tb Mr. Wm. : Archer,' at....

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier — 25 December 1830

?Sf- - r^**f**f% ^WltjIJlPra OF THIS DAY CONTAlNS By His Excellency Colonel GEORGE ARTHUR, Lieutenant Governor       of the Island of Van Diemen's land       and its Dependencies;   A PROCLAMATION.   WHEREAS, I have received from the Right Honourable Sir George Mur-     ray, one of His Majesty's Principal Secre- taries of State, a Proclamation, of which the following is a copy, that is to say - * BY THE KING   A PROCLAMATiON. Requiring all persons being in office of au-     thority or Government at the decease of   the late King, to proceed in the execution of their respective-offices. WILLIAM R. WHEREAS by an act made in the sixth year of the reign of Her late Majesty,   Queen Anne, intituled An Act for the secu-   rity of Her Majesty's person and govern- ment, and of the succe...

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The Courier. SATURDAY. DECEMBER 25, 1830. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier — 25 December 1830

The Courier. SATURDAY. DECEMBER 25, 1830. Arrived on Saturday the 18th inst, the     transport ship Clyde, 490 tons, O. N. Mun- ro, esq. commander, from Portsmouth 30th August, with 216 male prisoners, Surgeon and Superintendent Dr. Morgan Price, R.N.   The guard consists of 2 serjeants, 1 drum- mer and 35 rank and file of the 17th regt. under the command of Lieut. D. Cooper and Quarter Master Sarson. Passengers, Mrs.   Cooper and Mrs. Sarson, 7 wives of the mi- litary and 9 children.     Arrived on Wednesday the 22nd. instant the bark Vittoria; 284 tons, Captain J. Sou tham from Port Louis, Mauritius, 7th. Nov.   with a cargo of sugar. Passengers-Mrs. Southam, Mr. Wm. M'Donald, Captain Blair, Mr. Alfred Blair. Arrived on Monday the 20th instant, the brig Cleopatra, 268 tons, Captain George Sweet, from Dublin 26th June, by the way of Swan River, which place she left on the 31st ult., with salt and sundry g...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier — 25 December 1830

= .rf ¦.,.¦??¦.*..,;-. fpbTsale;:; . ;, j At.ft!r,'KimberJey's,'.Bagd*id. . I TEN pair'of excellent :Van*l*4 years old Staerr, :'! quite: tit ?or'llie-ybkeandWortuy.lhe inspec: ttan of purchasers. ¦"¦?.,? ...,(...:.¦>,,. j / , SANK OF. VAN D1E*ES*3 LAND. ?rrUtE . Bank ?*!ill be .closed on Monday and '1!. / \T|iesday'': tl'te."3ru>'Bntl-4th'bfi JaiinSiy, for tije^piirpose 'of balancing :ttiei Half yearly Act counts.* Saturday the first is a holiday-. .,..!.., >:i'v;'-;. .'ff'V; LOWES, December^ 23, l£s$q. Cashier. V WESLEYAN .MISSION- / '.??.. THE new Wesleyan Chap. I at O'Brieh's bridge will be opened for Divine Worship on the firttdayofthe New Year .1831. iThe.'Kev. Mr. Macarthur; Preshyteiian Minister i's 'expected to preach on the occasion Service to]commence.at 2 o'clock, p..m. ,A collection will he made after thc Sermon towards defraying the expenses incurred in building ihe Chapel. r J. HUTCHINSON, , Wesleyan Missionary. Mission house, Dec. 23,1830.. .* ; .,,,: . ¦¦?;...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier — 1 January 1831

^ THE GAZETTE OF THIS DAY CONTAINS. Í1 OVERNMENT NOTICE, No. «82, -Colonial T SecreUiy's Office, Dec. 20,1830. A Certifícale'of freedom ha« b«c*ri granted lo the an dermealionedpemo-a:-- ,?>,,, « *f r j. Chri»tián PatenoB,^Henry, 39 s- -, f\ vVBy Ri»Exullenb'«Cè-gunaad>t .*" J - *. "f »-frVÍ fj. SGBNBTaV 3 GOVERNMENT" NOTICE, NO ass-colonial "« Secretary's Office, Dec. 29*1830. i' he Lieutenant Governor has been pleased to a tltbc undcimenlioned indulgences :?*-^ « TICKETS OF LEAVE, Robert Goldspick, 307, Arab Charles Fenton, 196, do. ~ , t James Fish,494, do. Jolin Garland; 474, Chapman 2 William ¡VI'Gnft'ee, 475 do." Joseph Firkin, 188, Caledonia B , CharlestTavislier, 156,'Counte»s Harcourt ! , Isiael Hyams, 328 ditto James K'lby, 104, Coromandel Clarissa. Hamey, SG, Canada Roheit Bennett,D10, Earl St Vincent 1 liornas Matthews, 264, Juliana Btiijainin Bailey, SI7, Lady East J John Jackson, 32, Ladv Castlereagh Jos ph Black, 613, Morley M illiaai Robinson, 235 Malabar Matth...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier — 1 January 1831

BOTTLED ALE AND PORTER. J US I'landed iiom the Janet Izat. and f. i sa'e by the nndc-rsigncd 300 doren Dunbar'» bottled,Porter * i00 dozen Dunbars boltled Ale, iu pint and quat t hot les. SOU doztn Burton Ale in quart and pint bottles ALSO Brandy, mm, gin, wine, &c. of the very best qutlity, »ml on icasonableterm*. WM. LINDSAY. Stowell Arms, Elizabeth-si. BOARD. A Comfortable Dinner is provided for a limited mid Mket nuinbei of Gentlenn-n, eveiy day at halt pa-t 1, by Mis. Wilson, Veiamlah Cottage, N< w town roatl Two oi tlnee Gentlemen may be accommodat- ed with Lodging. NO1 ICE. Al L pel son« havine claims for supplies to the hi ig CAROLINE previous to her dcpai tme ft mu ti i* port, in Jannaiy 18-U, ure icquesied to piesent tin ir aceoti .t»> fur examination and pay moil; and all othet Creditors of Mr. J hu Loid, are solicited to fin nish statement« of theil ie-pec tive claims, to the Ti astees, "at theil Olpec^r" (Eliza!», th stn et, to cnxblc the Trustees,...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier — 1 January 1831

GEORGE LANGFORD respectfully informs   the Fnblic tW he lias an excellent assort- ment of goods to lan/per Rttource. THE DERWENT BANK. 4 General MerfTng of the Proprietor« of this \ Instiiutioi/wiU be holden at the Bankin»? house in DaveWtreet. on Wednesday the 12th of January, at 1 o'/tock, for the puipose of declaring the Half-year!, Tvidend. W. H. HAMILTON / Managing Director lERWFNT BANK.-Wanted One or SHARES. Apply to the Printer. ,_ HOUSEKEEPER WANTED. WANTED, * a reßpcctable Female, who has come free to the, Colony to undertake the ¿barge of a gentleman's family in Hobart town It «ill be necessary that she should «»dcr-t m<l «he management of servants, an eldeily person would be prefeired, and none need apply who cannot fiive unexceptionable references as to cha racter, &c. . For further particulars application is to be made in writing to Dr.-Ross, Liverpool-st. , WANTED, AN active free or ticket of leave man. «ho un .dcrstand* sheep, io take t...

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OPINIONS Of the Public Journals on the late events in France. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier — 1 January 1831

OPINIONS .billie Public Journals on the late event» »Î * .* *** " J «iii tf-ra-rarh.* "* The public, press of London, with theex-} " ception. of "one or two journals, lay the ' whole stress of the late'« revolution on the .twoordinances of the Kitig as recommehd ed by the six niinisters-i annulling the liberty, of the press, and the newly elected cham- ber of deputies ; and no one will deny that their character wits sufficient to produce a reaction in any thinking people. But we think the ripeness of the nation for.tlie re- volt, the readiness with which anns fell into the hands of the populace, and many other concurring circumstances must strike any impartial observer of the passing events, and convince him that though the two obnoxious decrees were the immediate exciting cause, though they blew the smouldering embers into a sudden flame, the seeds of the revolu- tion were wide and deeply sown throughout the kingdom, anti must eventually of tbem . selves have produced Ihe same resu...

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