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£50 [?]-DICTION. [Newspaper Article] — Ovens and Murray Advertiser — 21 February 1857

! :-'n itii v I^ilino:11Ife<iii. j .-in ;i<r i».i i.ir AJ J. No Ucfcucc. I ;'V:!i I I'-.' I?, amount. | Am for '.JOII. j ,\Jr J'.iii y, iMirirt'T, :i]i|)oaretl lor the | pl.t;; t; it". I 'i lii-i v.-.-is :m iiciiim lor (l.'iui;pgo;i ! imdrr the 1\/1 loa intf circuiiihtiiiicus, ' liitSi niw proved by Mr l'lior : - | The plaintiff atcitlti? tally met the j 11 - l'i-1:;i:u11 :it I'M' 1 'riteiion hotel, Ut-t-ch j wintli ; from time ifiey went to the | I'leviujioiih,' Arms; while tliere the tle I fciukut auU :i mute of hii went »ut tor n fp\y minute*, and wlion they returne the (leli'D'l.iiit <=n><l lie was robbed, and chaired plaintiff with the robbery, and wanted him to give them some money to nvtku tin' matter up ; he refused, and in the mean time Ihe po'ica came nnd the defendant gnvo witness in charge; but when he gut to the station defend ant refused to prefer any c'mrge against witness, who was locked up nil that night. . ? ?. Mr Parr...

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MOSCOW. [Newspaper Article] — Ovens and Murray Advertiser — 23 February 1857

MOSCOW. TUB following pictorial sketch of the ancient capital of Russia will be read with interest: As Moscow, the sacred city of the Russians, was lately the scene of .an ex traordinary pageant, to which the eyes | of nearly all the nations of the earth were turned with more or less of cuti osity and interest, a brief description of some of the leading local and his torical features by which it is distin guished may not lie out of place. In point of antiquity, Moscow yield? to several'other Russian cities. Vladi mir, Novogorod, and Kief, are each of far more ancient origin. The fust foundation of Moscow does not date earlier than the year 1147; and it was not till the thirteenth century that ii became the residence of princes sprung from the family of fviirik. The origin of this famous city is involved in ob scurity ; but it is traditionally referred to an adventure of one of the grand princes some time prior to the incur sions of the Tartars. He had heard rmich of the beautiful wi...

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THE MELBOURNE AND GEELONG RAILWAY. [Newspaper Article] — Ovens and Murray Advertiser — 23 February 1857

THE MELBOURNE AND OEELONG RAXWAY. IT will be gratifying to our renders to know that the Melbourne and Geelong Railway is being carried on with such rapidity as to lead us to hope tlmt the permanent way as far ns the junction of the Williamstown line will be open to the public by the 1st May. The con tractor, whi> is i\(r Attrill. lias just com pleted a temporary line under the direc tions of the Company, from the junction to the bankn of the Hiver Yarra Ynrra, close to the Williamstown, and where he haa also run out a wharf some three hun dred feet (and this at a cost of upwards of £1500) for the purpose of landing the sleepers and rails, and conveying them to the permanent line. As an evidence of the energy of the dirpctors, we may mention the fact that they have placed an engine of twenty-eight tons on the temporary line, and which is in active wo k, so as to render every facility in the undertaking. The ballasting and laying the rails of the permanent wav has been calculated t...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Ovens and Murray Advertiser — 23 February 1857

FOK SALE. DESIRABLE TOWN AND SUBOKHAN ALLOTMENTS. ja.ti.li <*i.. ' . CLASS HOTELS. In full h^iness, | On th j OVEN8 GOLD FIELDS. # i For particulars aud cards of admission to : view, apply to ^ wmTTy> nuctk";0., Thittv Tons of Flour for pale. U AT'A s~iF" RESPECTFULLY intimates that be u now prepared to Rupply Choice FrmK | Vegetable?. &c.» fresh ovory week. Hotels nml Restaurants supplied at wholeBalo prices. Opposito Eagle hotel, Middle Woolshed. 21t» 105 NOTICE. ALL Parties indebted to the Insolvent. Estate of ALEXANDER B. FRIT CHARD, Ford street, are requested to I-B11 immediately, and >etMe their accounts with tlio Aueut of the Official Assignee, ou the premises. All accounts n;-t pnid within fourteen d \ys from this date v. ill be banded over to the Law Agent for collection. Beechworth, "0 Fel^.^liv 7. ? AMUSEMENTS ?>* El BOltAI'O. Earner's Sersnaciers. » t. « pj H S " ivm m M j H \ J ; * m 1-; ' - p A I N E n ' S a K II E N AD E K EMU HOTEL, MONDAY...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Ovens and Murray Advertiser — 23 February 1857

LOUGH LIN'S COMMERCIAL STORES, Spring Croek and Chinaman's Flat. EVERY description of GROCERY, DRA PERY, and IRONMONGERY, of the best (juality, always ON SALE. Bank Prioo given for Gold at LOUGHLIN'S COMMERCIAL STORES. HO 257 BELLHANQER. WANTED immediately, a' competent por son to tftt up' Bix bells at the Bank of New South WaleB, Heochwortli. Apply to 571 100 TFtOS. DALZIEL. ANTED Two Aotive Boys at tho offioa w ANTED notivo Runners. App'.y tho olTlce of this paper. ' c M OMPOSITORS. - :d. Apply. R. HEIIIIERT rRINGLE, W. A. Archibald,... Edward Peters, George 11 awkiiiH,-Please send your nddresi to tho Editor Oveni and Murray Advertiser, Hcecli T MPOUNDED nt Bolvoir, 21s L 1857.-A brown maro, stiir forehead, oil' hind loot white, switch toil, tmddlo marked, '!'[/ near shouldor, 2 noar neck : a bay mare, OD PC black points, short switch tail, scar off thiidi, round dark spot oil' shoulder, ,f near shoulder; a lmy mare, star, shod f,re feci, tell tail, lump under jaw, H near shonlch ...

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Weekly Calendar. [Newspaper Article] — Ovens and Murray Advertiser — 23 February 1857

Pwklg (ITalfttbar. Saturday Sunday Monday ... Tuesday ... W ednesdny Thursday Friday 5 40 f, 41 5 42 6 43 6 44 fi 45 C 40

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PARLIAMENTARY SUMMARY. [Newspaper Article] — Ovens and Murray Advertiser — 23 February 1857

PAHLU.UUNTAHY SUMMARY. TUB Legislative Assembly met on Thursday nt the usual hour. Mi O'Shanassy asked the Secretary (if the Denominational School Board if any steps had been taken to prevent the continuance of schools under the required standard in point of numbers 1 As a friend of the Denominational sys tem he was anxious to guard against its abuse, and lie made this inquiry in consequence of his having observed that the rule laid down by the tloard h.id been remarkably relaxed in favor »f one denomination. Mr C Campbell replied. The board were aware of the existence of this evil, and as far back /is September a notkc had been issued that schools with an average attendance under twenty should be discontinued at the close of the pre sent quarter. That notice would affect twenty-six school establishments, and of these he anticipated its effect would be to close one-half, anil to raise the standard of attendance in the remain der. Mr Ilumfliay asked iHr Childers if any means were con...

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ESCORT TO MELBOURNE. February 13, 1657. [Newspaper Article] — Ovens and Murray Advertiser — 23 February 1857

ESCOltT TO MELBOURNE. February 13, IBS?. ORH. dwtS. From Bocchworth.. 12,824 0 ami £3,530 10.< Auckland.,.. 00 250 Wnolahed .. 1,031 Total ...13,915 0 £3,780 10s To lk'i'chwtirth, <>z». d wts. Frum Yudmndimdah 731 0 £150 0 0 Auckland <i*J! JO 377 0 Total 2770 10 £150 0 0 2^-oit the jmv tfll ««&t frtfra thr nt'ria-al'DolU ..OFauwi, up .tare w* jrtttsOxa-iiJ m> unilinr, Vr/.. - Pino Ti> T.£'iS 7.,2ie -CIS illH 37 -e The next GoreriuiieDt Escort WH3 lUtvc Beech\ioith on Friday, Fefc*u*xy £7. Parcels to bo truietniitcd tliicby "will oe feceired ut the Gold Office until £ o clocV p.m. cf the preceding day. The collections on account of Revenue for Miners' High Is, Business Lictniss, an d Chinese Tickets, for Che week ending the 14th Feb., amount to 1222 103 from till tbe gold liuld& of this district. The deposits tu the (Jold Office llwvh worth, on tin- 1-JUi iunt., were - Mold. 13,355 oUiicc*, 30 iiut.s and Ciuvl), shewing » decr...

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POLICE COURT. Saturday, February 21, 1857. (Before J. O'H. Bourke, Esq., J.P.) HORSE STEALING. [Newspaper Article] — Ovens and Murray Advertiser — 23 February 1857

POJJCK UOUItT. Saturday, February 21, I8f>7. (Before J. O'H. Bourkc, Ksq., J,P.) ItOUSK SlKAI.tNO. Richard Ncwlan was brought np on remand from the llth inst. John WoltV, detective officer, was sworn, and st.itctl that he had written to Allmry ;uid (Jumlugui on the subject of the charge against the prisoner mid had not yet received it reply. lie hud reason to bjlieve tiiat the horse found in prisoner's possession was a stolen horse, and prayed that he might be remanded for seven days. Remanded to 2Sth rtb., inst. JJHIINK AND DlSOltllKRLv; John Jones, for this disgraceful of fence, wns fined 10s., or twenty-four hours' imprisonment. SUSITCION OF BURGLARY. Alexander Gray was arrested on this charge by Detective officer Wolfe, who was sworn, and. stated that on Saturday morning lie arrested the prisoner at Johnson's public house nenr Silver Greek, on the charge of beini^ concerned in the robbery at Mr Lielies', jeweller, Hcecliworth, on Friday evening, ami prayed that the prisoner b...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Ovens and Murray Advertiser — 23 February 1857

I.i.TTKUS DttTAINKD VOll POSTAGK. P-i::: trtf. TJin* M., Bourko street Sd t }.' >.<? '), - . liurr:i Buinv stvcct, Port-Ade laide t '2d Cli.'l'jhnn. Thos.ov «rassM IVurith, Sydru'V LM ( r, Guild.-gni, N.S.W. .,. 2d 1Win., Table Top, near Albiirv , 3d 1'- Avvoil, Iattle Bourko stret-fc 4d KjVnd. Josh. 71., Tarrau-iiigee ... 2d l'< -.in. Mr*, Browlfty, N.S.W 2d H« 1-ti ni, Mr, Oxford stieot, Cullingwood 4d H\ . n\, Mr, Deeehworth - * Charles, Onudagai, N.S.W. Id Kounoy, Jno. C., Six-mile Creek 2d Mt'sfuio, Airs, Port Adelaide 2d ('nrfhy, Kerry hotel, Melbourne Id M lu»U, J., Ilose Inn, Albury 2d Ni ii 'U'm, Angus, Clifton, N.S.W. ,»**, 2d ('v n«N, Alt*! North Melbourne ? .3*t IVI!, Win., South Kyneton ...... 4d K.iak n, W. 13., BrtUiurst, N.S.W. .2d lv!>:'^<'2lk»UJip, do <lo . .Cd V,':.tUi)jv John, Little Lonsdalest. west . ,4d n. Mr, farmer, Brighton 3d V.'i ; .n. George, llobartovvn Cd "Wi-od, Thom., Newcastle, N.S.W. 2d EDWIN It. EL...

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OUTRAGE BY THE BLACKS AT DECEPTION RIVER. [Newspaper Article] — Ovens and Murray Advertiser — 23 February 1857

OUTRAGE BY THK BLACKS AT IJE CliPTIUN ItlVEIi. Duiiinu the hist few days a rumor lias been current in town that two men had been murdered hy the blacks at Decep tion KivcTj about thirty miles from Brisbai e. We are glad' to find that the rumor has been exaggerated so far as one of the men is concerned, but the fate of the other is yet involved in doubt, i he circumstances are as fol low:-A parly of J* men-William-, l'eattie, liishop, ."Woran, Glynn, and Grant-proceeded to tile hay Jai-t week in search of a good locality for cutting timber. On Sunday evening tiiev were at the Deception River, which empties itself into the bay near liribic Island, and some blacks, learning their errand, undertook to show them some good timber cutting. Two of the party, Glynn and Grant, went along with the blacks to the loculity indicated, the other four men remaining in tin! boat, and also one of the Macks. Glvnn and (frant h id not been gone hnig when a cooey was heard in the bush, ami the Ulac.kfell...

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THE [?] and Murray Adbertiser. PUBLISHED DAILY. MONDAY, FEBRUARY 23, 18[?]7. ROWDYISM RAMPANT. [Newspaper Article] — Ovens and Murray Advertiser — 23 February 1857

TflB ^bcvtissen PUBLISHED DAILY. MONDAY, TEBHOAKY 23, 1867. ltOWDYISM RAMPANT. Pcnmo the last month the minds of j h)1 ..timid people living m and about . Beecli worth have been kept w a stivtc of excitement and alntm by the frequent ] occurrence of eases of highway robbery accompanied with violence. One in dividual has been severely wounded bvn pistol shot, and might hove lost his lite iiiiJ the direction of the bull been o: ly slightly different Two "'7" i have been fired at wid robbed ot nil tliev had about their persons. One or two more hare been stopped unci | robbed ; while others ognin huye, by ( nicsence of mind and superior address, , succeeded in escaping similar attempts made against their persons and their ( i.'isrsos. , , . . , On the Wnolshed various robberies 1 have taken place, -stores have heen broken into and the most valuable of 1 their c intents abstracted without leaving a clue for the detection of the perpe- , trators. Within the township theie have occurred wi...

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RETIREMENT OF SIR WILLIAM A'BECKETT. [Newspaper Article] — Ovens and Murray Advertiser — 23 February 1857

UBriREMim1 Of Silt WILM A.M A'BKCKETT. IUB Supreme Court was unusually j Full on Kriday morning, and the in Ctoased attendance consisted entirely <>t mi'jnb.T-i of the lei^al profession de Hi'ouso: hein^ pieseut at tlu) delivery ". a valedictory address to Sir William a JJ'-eken by the Attorney-General, on lue occasion ol his Honor retiring from tiie licneh. entry of Sir William a Beckett, accompanied by Justices I»arry and Moleswort'n, the whole bar ivse. I lie Attorney-General uddrcsscd his Ilonorthus, the whole har standing : - Sir Willi.nn a'Meck -lt, the members of tin; bar have beard with deep con ('('in tli,'it yon an; about to l>e present amongst us a judge tor the last time, and that we shall not hive the pleasure meeting you again as presiding on that bench which you have adorned for a pi'iiod of ten years. During that liice I do not hesitate to say that you have gained die universal esteem of the l>ar, not oidy for your high attainments hut tor also yo...

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SHIPP[?] INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Ovens and Murray Advertiser — 23 February 1857

SHIPITTO INTEIXIGKNCK. »Lw0UJl.N£, - Arrived. - Febui.iry 19. Kelt .Km. from Fi»o Chow Too, -1st . December; Nelson, barque, from (tlas^ow, 71th Oofoh'M"; Sas n Kin^, Lan|tit\ from Fi«o Ch'ow K*t», 24t»i November; Ii;i3i-; pn - I deuce, American ship, "'torn .Wv Vi'fk ltlilj A tin iMihi, b.u>jtu*, /Y<»m Lou.lon, loth X ovembf-ri Cull, bri.; ftum CotU'iibur^b, lOfli October. uitcd. - l'«:bnary V.\ - I hvi^, lor Newcastle; Africa, :hij\ for I'ombay; Antelope, banpic, for Mauritius. phoj i:l-rtd i>krauru iti:s. 1:ok London. - "Walnier Cast It', 1st March : Jsfanboul, -ml March ; Kosburgh Ca-tle. "t!i M trclj; Kent, i u March ; 0;e&ir GoiliU'lfVcy, early. ?OK --Sariiiniaii, 1st March. fc'ou Fn.\N<'.':.- Dart. turly. Von !ke-<: Konu, - Thomas Ann Coh\ >rirh\ Vou f.' .;n Hm'.1;:. -- Eli/.abuth, parly.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Ovens and Murray Advertiser — 23 February 1857

BUSINESS DIRECTORY. AINOLI8, Tinsmith, High street, . l|..ech\vortb, near tlio new Jirirlg. stove pip'nR" ^ of . ire made to order; tin nnil galvanised tinva< , ...i,"lp«nUi, warranted Round, roillnlCKv ' 220 nsTiN I)E MOI.K & CO., General Merchants, Camp stveet, BeccUworth, ^at'Adel.udc. 192 21« Ant A(11,1,1",.. -r-VVCinVOUTII Suburban Freehold K Iiiul,l for sale. Plans and particulars .x. r ."i,l Office 2. Camp strcot. at the I';in(l Ul,u ' ' ' E. FLINT. ;X^r'(>I'\NKy^SOUTH \VALlia7Wrd B ,.t. ncochworth. Txin-Ili' VICTORIA, Ford-Btreot mid Camp-street. John Farran, Mayi^ TTTvTilC and COOIC, Carpenters, Builders, l! rndcrlakom," and Timbor Merchants, V Ji 0mw n»d M.urray A dvcrti-ier fnWl^J.^,rL . aai 223 " " " JIIiBlCAL. .rM? PONTEN may bo consulted at the ]) "Freemasons' Arms, High street^ Beceh yrtrlll. ?-. ^TTuTmSNWAliE and GLASS, who 0 |V. p »le tbo largest assortment in the Colo J. 'r Stanwav's, 175 Great Bourke-strect nca, nt.l. firanwiiy i. east! Melbo...

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COLD [Newspaper Article] — Ovens and Murray Advertiser — 23 February 1857

i:ui.r> £3 10s. 3J. To llrolters, £3 1C». «J. ULA.U1C SAND.-(liiigijud.) Goud Sample, JlVI H's. per ton.

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BEECHWORTH Wholesale Prices Current [Newspaper Article] — Ovens and Murray Advertiser — 23 February 1857

liEiuOlIVVOUTH "Wlioleaale Prices Current 0 0 4 0 0 10 3 0 0 1 8 1 2 0 0 0 1 0 1 0 1 0 o 0 4 0 0 ( 0 6 0 10 4 0 0 0 Flour, Atk'hulc.pT ton Do Fanny Oiv<' Pw Do Kilrnore,MnxijeMV Su^ar-(Avwipor*?,. .tit*. 7." Bright counter .. ilo. 6G Italian (dark) ...do. 58 Ten -Black...per eliest 8 Green 7 Rice-Pntua... per ton 39 Carolina do. 60 Candles - Patent - Sperm per IN. 0 3 Adainwitine do. 0 1 Tallow do. Gutter-Ffv.^Ji do. 0 Cork do. Salt Colonial do. p^r do;:. Bucon, 3Cn,.:lHi...porH». Do. Colonial do. lining-English do. Amt'iivnn do. Cottce do. Salt do. TobaCeo, American, do. 0 Uurrctt's Twist...do. 0 Potatoes do. 0 Onion* do. Diicd Apples do. Pickles.<quarb*)perdoz. Do....(pints) do. 0 14 Salmon (Il!>. tin-*) do. Oy.sli j.» ...,..do do. Lobsters do do. Sardine-^ ijr« do. 0 12 0 Svap Colonial, per ewt. Manilla C.itjur.s, Xo. 2 per 1000 4 10 0 Shovels -Lon^; handles piT doz. 4 0 0 Short diUo do. .'} 10 0 Ticks do. if 6 0 Ifav per ton 23 0 0 Outs per btifhel 0 13 ...

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COUNTY COURT. Saturday, February 21st, 1857. (Before His Honor Mr Judge Forbes.) £50 JURISDICTION. [Newspaper Article] — Ovens and Murray Advertiser — 23 February 1857

COUNTY COUUT. Snlimliiy, February 21st, llw. (Hi-fore His"Honor Mr .Inline Forbes.) £50 JURISDICTION. Curl Piilenri v Giovanni Cunco. Nil appearance. Struck out. Oawiu! mill another v Crossman. An action to recover ,C-Jl) for sta bling, nnd goods solil and delivered. No appearance of defendant. Verdict for the amount. I.angford v Nixon. No appearance. Struck out. Nott v Bridge. No appearance. Struck out. Kmlic v Johnson and Oliver. An action to recover £13!!, of which £51 wits cash lent to M r Oliver Mr Parry for the plaintiff; Air Clarke for the def'endtint. Assessors, Messrs Reynolds nnd Ro bertson. Mr Parry briefly introduced the case, and ciillid James lindie, the p'liintifl', who was sworn, and stated that he was a mason, and had lieen engaged as such by Mr Oliver to build a retort furnucc, black smith's shop, a dwelling-house, and offices at the Quurtz Heel". No specific agreement was ' made about the work, but Oliver told him to proceed with it, and to hiro what assistance he...

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THE Ovens and Murray Advertiser. PUBLISHED DAILY. TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 24, 1857. AURIFEROUS LANDS. [Newspaper Article] — Ovens and Murray Advertiser — 24 February 1857

TUB tints £&\tvva& ^fcbcvttscr. 1' C I! L I S II E D D A I L Y. TUESDAY, FKB21UAHY '24, 18o7.. AURIFKUOUS LANDS. Wit very much regret to pi rcrive that the mituasiiig cummit ees of the several branches of tise Laud I.caytie in the Orens distiict persevere in their neglect of this br«t:c'« "f the question tliey have taken up. When the omission was noticed in the^c columns ?« fortnight since, it ».-s attributed to accident rather thnn dcsigi; but sever*! meetings have since been held without any notice being taken of this additional feature,- a fea ture which is of dircct mill paramount importance on every troltl mining district. We reco!it.vt, however, and surely t/ic gentlemen who Inve ns.-utned the man agement of the agitation on the Oven*, cannot have forgotten, that the com mittee of management- of the pnreiit League in Melbourne, in their address to the people of tlic colony, as well as in their re/oluticnt, solicited the opinions of the mining community on this ...

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THE NEWS OF THE DAY. [Newspaper Article] — Ovens and Murray Advertiser — 24 February 1857

TIIE-NEWS Of THK DAY. Tuit Chief Justice t. ok his formal leave of the tjench and 15 ir \e»terday .Wr. Stawell was spokc-Miian for the liar. 1 he Chief Justiceship is now vacant ; for .Mr Stawell still act* as Attorn .y (ieneral, and occupies his sea; in tin Assembly, a fact which bhows that in h is not formally a>.cepted Sir W. A'iJeckeit'* scat, miUr,, i: In- tii.it In; i.-, hiioselt for ? tliiiiai-nrin^ t;:r law I>y violitin^ the coii^iuitioii. Tiie reason whicli ho as-ii^n:; f..r delay i th il the p i"o.4ecu tioii s in the (J. inline Court are conducted in hj, name .1 ...Uoi'iiey-lic.iei'el. l'iii- pica has n. vaii i.ly. il i; tile 1 liic-, net t e 1:1111 I .at lil'?.?a-ciiti .1. (Al liiu 1,the. li.il!.!, it i- t.,e m ill, :11. 11 11 it. C e o'-.'.c-. I :..E can ..iie ,1 V..U' in tile A ?.?.elilbly in re i5 a dl-lin.tlon here Werci : 11 / icin; a ..1 tile jn'aiaie.J i:i:'er-_ue. p. nvi .'.ir eu.uVed in a very uiuli;»:.:l:eii p >i'.i. 11. i a.- .-ei'lL atiy 11, lor tile ...

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